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Character: Nagito Komaeda Game (First Appearance): Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Scent: Verbena, coriander, clary sage, nutmeg, vetiver, sandalwood, and musk Size: 8.75 oz, 4" tall x 3" wide Burn Time: 55 - 60 hours Wax: Natural Vegan USA Soy Artist: Jean Tumbagahan Artist's Website:https://www.instagram.com/jean_the_art/
"Don't be such a pessimist... You should look at this situation with a bit more hope, you know? Optimism is essential for people to live satisfied lives."
Nagito first comes off as a polite, friendly, and easygoing, yet somewhat insecure boy. He believes hope is an absolute good, and any deed done in the name of hope is righteous, even murder. He feels no guilt for hurting others in the name of hope, as he believes that hope will always win in the end and justify the means. He has little regard for his own well-being and doesn't care for his own life, and encourages the other students to kill him to achieve their own hope.
1) Nagito is born on the 28th day of the fourth month. In Japan, 4 is considered very unlucky because one of its pronunciations (shi) is similar to how you would pronounce "death." In China, 8 is a very lucky number because it is pronounced similarly to the word "fortune" (ba or fa). The word is also phonetically similar to the word for a "hundred" (bai), alluding to greater wealth, and the laid down 8 is a symbol of infinity. 28 equates to "double luck", meaning that his birth month represents bad luck while his birthday represents the double luck which cancels the aforementioned misfortune.
2) Nagito enjoys unrealistic horror movies (like ones with ghosts and zombies), but he dislikes realistic horror movies with serial killers and certain action movies because they remind him of his past experiences.
3) Nagito is very good at cleaning, but he's also implied to be a terrible cook.