Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice
|Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice|
|Nippon Ichi, NIS America, NIS Europe|
|PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita|
|European Release Date(s)|
February 20, 2009
April 20, 2012
|North American Release Date(s)|
August 26, 2008
April 17, 2012
|Australian Release Date(s)|
March 5, 2009
April 26, 2012
|Japanese Release Date(s)|
January 31, 2008
December 17, 2011
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Storyline[edit | edit source]
The game takes place in a Netherworld School called the Maritsu Evil Academy. In this demon school, a good student is one who engages in delinquent activities such as ditching classes, or not doing homework. The student who participates the most in these kind of activities is known as the Honor Student, while demons who arrive to class early and do their homework are known as delinquents. Mao, son of the chairman, has not once attended class since the beginning of school and is known as the honor-student of Maritsu Evil Academy. His ambition for the future is to overthrow his father, who also happens to be an Overlord, and take his title for himself. After reading a few volumes in his manga, Mao comes to the conclusion that "heroes are the ones who defeat devils". From that point on, Mao resolved to become a hero himself, convinced it will help him achieve his goal.
Eventually, Raspberyl, the delinquent of the school, learns about Mao's goal and begins to worry. If Mao were to achieve the title of Hero, then it would endanger her position as the school's "Number One Delinquent". She makes up her mind to follow Mao, stop his plan, and once again secure her title. However since Raspberyl is a demon delinquent, she tries to solve the problem without violence and talk him out of it instead. Seeing this from a distance, Almaz, a hero himself, misunderstands the situation and tries to save the day. Mao accepts the challenge and defeats him, stealing Almaz's title in the process. With the title of Hero, Mao believes he is one step closer to defeating his father and achieving his goal of becoming an Overlord.
Characters[edit | edit source]
This article contains information on characters from the video strategy/role-playing games Disgaea 3 for the PlayStation 3 video game console, developed and published by Nippon Ichi in Japan and NIS America in North America.
Mao[edit | edit source]
Class: Netherworld Honor Student
Mao is an Honor Student and son of the chairman at Maritsu Evil Academy. He has not once shown up to class, nor has he ever participated in any school activities such as homework or volunteering. He has a brain with an Evil Quotient of 1.8 million, and uses it to conduct experiments and evil research. Not caring about other people's problems, he will often take what he wants and use force to rule over others.
He is willing to do whatever it takes to defeat his father, even if seems stupid or is not something he likes to do. Despite his hatred for humans and heroes, he continually studies them, even keeping an observation journal to record his data. He believes that by learning about them, he can find a method to overthrow his father and take the title of Overlord for himself.
Whenever he finds a subject for experimentation, his glasses will fog over and he'll begin laughing to himself. If it's for the sake of reaching his goal, he'll ignore everything and charge straight ahead.
Raspberyl[edit | edit source]
Class: Netherworld Delinquent
Rasperyl is the childhood friend of Mao, who goes by the nickname Beryl. She's considered a delinquent by Netherworld standards since she does good deeds and follows the rules. Like a typical delinquent, she speaks in a rough manner and refers to herself in a low-class manner. The reason she is pursuing the path of a delinquent is because she wanted to be unique compared to other demons.
For the sake of adding to her delinquent reputation, she will jump at any chance she gets. This includes doing her homework, volunteering, and going to class early. Raspberyl dislikes acting uncool and being just like everyone else. Her dream for the future is to become the Legendary Delinquent.
Almaz von Almadine Adamant[edit | edit source]
Class: Lame Hero
A hero fanboy, who knows everything there is to know about heroes. He's very passionate about them, however he has a hard time acting like one due to his lack of confidence. He likes a princess in the human world, and admires Super Hero. His dislikes involve demons because they do things like kidnap his princess. He wishes to become a great hero like Super Hero, so he can protect his princess from being kidnapped.
However, he had his title of hero stolen by Mao after loosing to him in a duel. Without it, he slowly started becoming a demon, until he took Mao's offer of becoming his vassal.
Geoffrey/Jiiya[edit | edit source]
This old gentleman demon is very loyal to Mao, known to become over protective of him in certain situations. He's known to cover his failures by laughing them off and seems to be keeping a few secrets himself. His future goal is to watch and help Mao grow up to be a great Overlord. His dislikes involve any people who get in the way of that. There have been demons who say he's even stronger than Mao.
Jiiya was the one who found Almaz in the demon world and brought him to Mao, in order to help achieve his goal. He is willing to do anything in order to make Mao's dream a reality.
Mr. Champloo[edit | edit source]
Class: Home Economics Teacher/Chef
He's a Home Economics teacher at the Maritsu Evil Academy and a master of High Heat-Style Chaos-School Kitchen Sword. He has strong faith in his cooking and his heart; he'll show up suddenly in front of Mao and the others, make a proclamation, and disappear like smoke. He dislikes cooking without heart or those who waste food. His dream for the future is complete harmony.
He often gives good advice, but because he frequently uses cooking metaphors, a lot of what he says is ambiguous or cryptic.
Asuka Cranekick[edit | edit source]
Class: Delinquent Demon Samurai
Asuka is the very loyal subordinate #1 of Raspberyl and addresses her as "oujousama" (my lady). She also happens to be the daughter of a high-class family. Her hobby is to send 1,000 paper cranes to opponents she wounds in battle, as a get well gesture. This has earned her the nickname of "Asuka of the Paper Cranes". Asuka dislikes brutality, though she will still fight for what she believes in. If she witnesses someone committing an act of brutality, she will punish the person. Her dream is to send a thousand paper cranes to a prince who has fallen from a white horse. This is her form of love.
Lilian/Kyoko Needleworker[edit | edit source]
Lilian is subordinate #2 of Raspberyl. She's devoted to Raspberyl and calls her "oneesama" (big sister). Since Raspberyl has pink as her main color, Lilian covers herself in brilliant pink clothing. She takes the roll of the Explanation character, and seems to know everything about the school's history. A female ninja known as "Lilian of Strength", her dream is to help Raspberyl become the Legendary Delinquent. She really hates brutality and will immediately attack an offender by throwing knives, among her many other weapons. Her policy is to fight fair and square, never attacking during the night. Rather she will challenge opponents in broad daylight, hoping for a good fight.
Princess Sapphire[edit | edit source]
A princess from a kingdom in the human world, she is the girl who holds Almaz's affections. Sapphire really loves cute things, but the truth is that she's a "killing machine" that rivals even demons. She cannot cry at sad things and there is a dark shadow in the depths of her heart.