Experiment #46=Poison Link/ Toxic Spikes Adaptation
Description of Experiment: A toxic experiment for a toxic liar, chemicals were added so that the subject’s body was a at much higher acidity than normal. This accidentally caused all the hair on the subject’s head to fall out. More chemicals were added, and internal structures altered so that he could survive almost any toxin. Finally, even more chemicals were added so that all of the subject’s body fluids are toxic, and injections around the skull, spine, and wrists causing spikes filled with deadly poison to grow out of the subject on the back, head, and arms, along with some discoloration of skin. The subject cannot wear a shirt because of the spikes on his back
History: Like subject #33, Juzo Sakakura, the subject has a long history with the headmaster, Michiko Tsukiko, as the subject looked up to her like an older sister. Because of this, she wanted to bring him to the lab herself. She persuaded him in coming down to the lab, promising him they could go back to “when everyone was happy”. He soon realized that she was actually in her “dark side” and was going to harm him. He tried to fight back, but she quickly knocked him out and dragged him to the operating room. Since the operation, he’s terrified of her, even once she returned back to normal. Monokuma and Keebo are the only assistants that can interact with him, since the other ones would be killed upon contact with him.
K.Y Notes: Kokichi is one of the few experiments I’m not allowed direct contact with, due to the effects experimentation done on him, I can’t go anywhere near him, however, Kokichi and I discuss his mental state through short letters we write to each other. While it isn’t a perfect way to communicate, it makes for a good substitute until we can figure out a better way of talking. From the letters Kokichi writes me, I can easily tell his frustration towards Miss Michiko, his isolation, and his experimentation. After our first letters, I sent mine back with a sketchbook and some coloured pencils, Kokichi seems to enjoy taking his frustrations out on the sketchbook I gave him. No special instructions from Miss Enoshima have been given regarding this experiment.