The future role of the United Nations by Bette Stockbauer Number 3 in a series of columns about Maitreya and the changing of the age.
Future of uno [ show ] Appearance Yuno Gasai is a young girl with pink eyes and long pink hair styled in pigtails, two hanging as frontal locks featuring a pair of red bows, and the back pigtails left bare.
Her most common attire consists of a blue shirt with a ribbon on her chest accompanied by a blue skirt with high socks, but her wardrobe changes occasionally throughout the series. When in "Psycho Mode" what Yukiteru calls itin the anime, her eyes will change from a normal state to where her pupils enlarge with rings on the inside.
For the most part she is a sweet, feminine, and sometimes shy when around Yukiteru. But, this masks her dark and sanguinary side—ruthless, cold and calculating. She will resort to cruel and usually violent methods, most of the time coming out of nowhere, that generally end in bloody deaths, of either the Diary Future of uno or any respective follower, effectively making her a Yandere.
Her brutal personality mostly results from abuse inflicted by her mother and the absence of her father, which finally ended with their deaths two years prior to the Survival Game. This was the beginning of her changes, as she later became quite lonely and sorrowful.
When Aru Akise moved their bodies, she became angry and said her parents were sleeping and that he woke them up.
Later she even took their heads with her when she trapped Yukiteru in a hotel. The point when Yukiteru told her they would marry when they grew up became a pillar of support that gave her much needed stability.
At one point she even kidnapped Yukiteru and held him hostage. Aru Akise stated that Yukiteru provided a stabilizing influence in her normally chaotic and violent life.
Despite her insanity, Yuno has shown some reservedness to killing.
This is shown when, after Yukiteru calls her his girlfriend, she instantly lets Hinata go when she intended to slit her throat. Her crippling fear of losing him is notably the only thing that can cause her usually disturbing composure to crack. In the third world, the Third World Yuno seemed to be very nice and calm, possibly because she still had love for her parents and there was no survival game for them to participate in.
This allowed Yuno to stay mentally sane. Even while the diary does not help her much by itself, Yuno can more than enough make up for it with her cunning intelligence, which has saved both Yukiteru and herself multiple times. She quickly formulates most of the plans the pair use to save themselves from the attacks of the other participants.
She is also skilled in setting traps, for example when she booby-trapped an abandoned hotel with multiple tools, such as electronic locks, concrete gas in the anime and even a sickle from an elevator also in the anime. Her intelligence, her greatest asset, is displayed when she manages to outwit her opponents such as the very formidable Akise.
Yuno is shown to be quite resourceful. For example, she uses a shard of glass as a mirror to check the position of Minene Uryu during her bombing attack and a pair of stones against Yomotsu to root him out among his copycats.
In addition to intelligence and cunning, perhaps her most fearsome ability is demonstrating proficiency with different types of weaponry. She is also fairly knowledgeable of poisons and drugs, although she rarely uses them. She has also demonstrated to be quite skilled in infiltration, as she has on more than one occasion entered a building unnoticed even while it was surrounded by the police.
Despite her feminine appearance, Yuno has demonstrated impressive feats of physical strength, seen when she freed herself from two boys her age pinning her arms down.
Another time is when she broke free of two Omekata Cult members when Tsubaki kissed Yukiteru. Yuno also possesses divine powers from winning the first Diary Game and inheriting the throne of God. An example of such power is moving enormous structures through her will alone, such as when she tried to crush Yukiteru.
Plot Overview History Yuno was adopted by her parents at a young age, her umbilical cord left to her as a present from her original parents, but was kept at the orphanage.
Yuno was mistreated by her ill mother. Eventually, Yuno snapped and managed to imprison her parents in the cage as punishment. However, she neglected to check in on her parents and they starved to death.
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