Meet John Doe - Wikipedia
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Second Intro In the second intro, Senpai is not seen outside of customization. However, Info-chan calls Yandere-chan out on stalking an upperclassman and tells her that the girl he was with is named Osana Najimi. Senpai, with his default look, has short, messy dark hair, charcoal grey eyes, light skin, and the default male school uniform with gold buttons and black cloth.
This is his default look because he is meant to look like a generic male anime protagonist. Senpai is the same height as every other male student in the game so that all animations can link up.
If possible, YandereDev would want Senpai to be slightly taller. YandereDev might release Senpai's textures and put them in the Streaming Assets folder so that the player can make custom skins for Senpai. For example, if you are a first-year student, all second-year and third-year students are your "senpai". If you start working at a new job, any co-worker who has been employed at the workplace longer than you is your "senpai". In Yandere Simulator, the title of "Senpai" is given to the young man or young woman that the protagonist is infatuated with.
The player is given the option of choosing Senpai's gender at the beginning of the game; they might be "Senpai-kun", or they might be "Senpai-chan".
Over the course of the school year, ten different girls will fall in love with Senpai. There is a myth at school that if a girl confesses her love to a boy under the cherry tree behind the school on a Friday, the two of them will love each other forever.
Every girl who falls in love with Senpai plans to confess at 6: If there is anyone who wants to keep Senpai all to herself, she has until 6: The first intro portrays Senpai as kind and considerate. He helps Yandere-chan up after he bumps into her and is seemingly friendly.
Senpai may also be somewhat of a pushover; he doesn't protest Osana's rude behavior and will accept any confession he receives, which is why Yandere-chan must eliminate her rivals before they confess. Second Intro The second intro's Senpai isn't characterized nearly as much as the first.
His personality is never mentioned by Yandere-chan or Info-chan.
He still accepts the confession of any rival with a good enough reputationwhich might imply that he's still rather meek. However, this could be because he's on good terms with all the rivals. If the rivals are paired off with suitorsSenpai will think that he is not as appealing as other boys. Senpai never seems to realize why Yandere-chan follows him around and only asks her to leave him alone if she gets too close. He is a loner who enjoys nature more than the company of people.
Senpai is not popular in the beginning, although girls will fall in love with him over the course of the game. He is meant to be plain and average. They have apparently known each other for a decade. From that moment on, his fate and destiny were set in stone. Senpai's parents look very ordinary. His father looks like an older version of him, and his mother looks as plain as he does.
He walks to his locker at 7: He does not socialize with the other students, other than Osana. He starts his morning classes at 8: On WednesdayKokona Haruka watches him from behind a tree. Senpai walks to class again at 1: Afterward, he will remain reading at the fountain until the school day ends. No matter what time the player chooses to leave school, Yandere-chan always watches him go home until he arrives at his house safely.
Gameplay Yandere-chan standing behind Senpai. Senpai is more similar to a "moving obstacle" rather than a regular interactive student. If a small town is added, it's possible there may be a "date gameplay" mechanic. Yandere-chan will drop anything she's currently holding, keeping her hands to her chest.
She cannot do anything besides walk slowly when she is near him. Entering this zone will help her recover lost sanity.
However, the longer she remains in his aura, the weirder she acts in front of him, going from shyness to watching him creepily. If Yandere-chan stands in Senpai's line of sight for too long, he will get slightly freaked out and a bit concerned. If this happens five times in one day, he will express that she is causing him to feel afraid, causing Yandere-chan to become heartbroken and trigger a Game Over.
Meet John Doe - a new American musical by Andrew Gerle and Eddie Sugarman | Home
You're gonna need him and he's gonna need you, so look him up. If he's sick, call on him. If he's hungry, feed him. If he's out of a job, find him one. To most of you, your neighbor is a stranger, a guy with a barkin' dog and a high fence around him.Meet John Doe (1941) [Comedy]
Now you can't be a stranger to any guy that's on your own team. So tear down the fence that separates you. Tear down the fence and you'll tear down a lot of hates and prejudices. Tear down all the fences in the country and you'll really have teamwork. I know a lot of you are saying to yourselves: He's expecting people to change all of a sudden. It's no miracle because I see it happen once every year and so do you at Christmastime.
There's something swell about the spirit of Christmas, to see what it does to people, all kinds of people. Now why can't that spiritthat same warm Christmas spirit last the whole year round? Gosh, if it ever did, if each and every John Doe would make that spirit last days out of the year — we'd develop such a strengthwe'd create such a tidal wave of good will that no human force could stand against it.
Yes sir, my friendsthe meek can only inherit the earth when the John Does start loving their neighbors. You'd better start right now. Don't wait till the game is called on account of darkness.
Wake up, John Doe, you're the hope of the world. Well, that certainly is a new low. I guess I've seen everything now An idea that's brought thousands of 'em here from all over the country — by bus, and by freight and jalopies and on foot — so they could pass on to each other their own simple little experiences Why, your type's as old as history — if you can't lay your dirty fingers on a decent idea and twist it and squeeze it and stuff it into your own pockets, you slap it down.
Like dogsif you can't eat something, you bury it! Why, this is the one worthwhile thing that's come along. People are finally finding out that the guy next door isn't a bad egg. That's simple, isn't it? It may be the one thing capable of saving this cock-eyed world. Yet you sit back there on your fat hulks and tell me you'll kill it if you can't use it.
Well, you go ahead and try. You couldn't do it in a million years with all your radio stations and all your power, because it's bigger than whether I'm a fake, it's bigger than your ambitions, and it's bigger than all the bracelets and fur coats in the world. Ann Mitchell[ edit ] [in her newspaper column] Below is a letter which reached my desk this morning.
It's a commentary on what we laughingly call a civilized world. Four years ago, I was fired out of my job. Since then, I haven't been able to get another one. At first, I was sore at the state administration because it's on account of the slimy politics here. We have all this unemployment.
But in looking around, it seems the whole world is goin' to pot. So in protest, I'm goin' to commit suicide by jumping off the City Hall roof. Signed, a disgusted American citizen.
If you ask this column, the wrong people are jumping off the roofs. He [John Doe] wants to get a few things off his chest and that's the only way he can get himself heard So he writes me a letter and I dig him up. He pours out his soul to me. From now on, we quote: He protests against all the evils in the world — the greed, the lust, the hate, the fear, all of man's inhumanity to man.
Should he commit suicide or should he not? People will write in, pleading with him — but NO!
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No sir, John Doe will remain adamant. On Christmas Eve, hot or cold, he goes. Now please, John, you won't let me down, will ya? Of course you won't. If you'll just think of yourself as the real John Doe. Listen, everything in that speech are things a certain man believed in.
He was my father, John. When he talked, people listened. And they'll listen to you too. Funny, you know what my mother said the other night? She said to look into your eyes and I'd see father there Now get in there and pitch.