Keita awoke with the rest of his class in the schoolroom. He took no particularly notable actions until he was dismissed, at which point he headed to the house with the well, thinking to take cover there. Unfortunately for Keita, the house was already occupied by Ryuhei Sasagawa, who was in the restroom when Keita entered. As Sasagawa returned to the living room, he was startled by Keita and reflexively shot him, killing him before he could respond.
|Killed by||Ryuhei Sasagawa|
|Cause of Death||Shot|
|Assigned Weapon||Fire Axe|
|Location||House w/Well (E4)|
As in the original, Keita was portrayed as a coward, his primary motivator being fear. Keita needed to reassure himself, talking aloud to himself as he entered the house. Keita's personality did not have time to be particularly developed, as he was killed in his second post.
Differences from CanonEdit
Keita was slightly more bold than his original version, due in part to his more effective and intimidating weapon. He was, as in the original, a highly fearful individual. Because of his quick death, Keita's history with Shinji Mimura was not elaborated upon.
Your Thoughts Edit
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- The BR AU feels so long ago. One of the interesting little eccentricities was that, as an untested concept, Mini couldn't actually fill the game, leaving Elena to write the dozen or so unclaimed characters. They were always secondary characters, sort of designed to be fodder (or at least less important in the grand scheme of things), but were given a lot of love and attention for that. Keita was a good example of this; he's given a brief introduction and is killed in his second post, but we get a nice little look into his head and it's not objectionable in the way fodder in most other games is because everyone knew that was his role in the story. - MurderWeasel