Tsumugi swiftly exited the concealed chamber after seeing Kaede's strategy fail and bludgeoned Rantaro in the back of the head with her own shot put while he was preoccupied by Kaede's shot put that just just missed him, killing him instantly.
Tsumugi then took Kaede's place at the podium as she congratulated her on a successful mission.
Kaede then asked Tsumugi if she wanted to continue their battle with one final throw but she declined saying that she had other matters to take care of first before leaving the castle alone.
As Tsumugi was about to leave, Kaede told her not to worry about Rantaro yet since he was still alive in the hospital where she left him. She also told Tsumugi that she will see her again someday.
Tsumugi replied that she didn't have any family either and left the castle alone as well.
Later that night when Sounade came to visit Rantaro at the hospital, he found out that his brother died during surgery. Heartbroken, Sounade decided to go ahead with the plan they had been waiting for all this time and used his power to bring back his dead brother.
Tsumugi Tsumugi, not Kaede, was the one who killed Rantaro, as revealed in Chapter 6. She had been working with Gafgarion since the beginning, and she felt that he deserved to be king. When she found out that Rantaro was still alive, she went to see him in order to kill him too. However, when she saw that he was just a child, she could not bring herself to do it. Then, Gafgarion came in and told her to leave because he wanted to have some peace by himself. This is why she left without killing Rantaro.
Later on, when Gafgarion died, his soul entered Rantaro's body. This is why Rantaro woke up after being knocked out by Kaede; he had survived her attack. Now, Rantaro uses his powers to protect himself from future attacks like this one.
Takasugi instead stabbed himself, aided by Oboro, whose blood also poured through his body. Utsuro discovered his own body lying on the ground. Gintoki and Utsuro are at odds. However, they realize that they need to stop fighting and work together to find a solution to save Lady Takasugi.
During this time period, Lord Takasugi was planning to start a war against Edo Japan. So he ordered his son to go to war even though he was only 15 years old. When Takasugi refused, his father killed him. After hearing this news, Gintoki decides not to fight with Utsuro anymore and vows to kill Lord Takasugi. However, before he can do so, he is killed off-screen by one of Takasugi's men.
Now Utsuro is alone in the world and has no choice but to continue his quest for justice. He finds out that there is another son of Takasugi named Jiro who is still alive. So he goes to search for him throughout Japan. During his journey, he meets many new friends who help him get through this difficult time in his life.
Eventually, he finds Jiro who is now a grown up and living in Edo Japan.
He was not murdered, but rather sealed with the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path, into which Kaguya was transformed when Naruto and Sasuke utilized the combined sage technique. As the technique was being used to lock off the statue, Naruto noticed him trying to flee but arrested him and tossed him into the Chibaku Tensei. Zetsu attempted to kill himself by exploding, but he was stopped by Kakashi who realized what had happened.
Tsumugi would continue to deceive everyone by posing as a regular otaku and a buddy they could rely on while covertly watching and coordinating the Killing Game from behind the scenes. Tsumugi reviewed the regulations on her Monopad when Monokuma officially launched the Killing Game. If she finds anyone breaking the rules, they will be eliminated from the game.
Tsumugi uses this opportunity to kill those she deems dangerous to herself or others. She has been known to murder friends, classmates, or even children she has met online. When someone dies in the Killing Game, it is because Tsumugi killed them. She enjoys seeing the fear in people's eyes just before they die. This act of murdering others is what drives Tsumugi to keep playing and not quit.
Tsumugi is a master of disguise. She can transform into a figure who looks like one of the victims so well that even she herself isn't sure if she is actually seeing things. This ability is used to investigate crimes where there may have been eyewitnesses.
Tsumugi's favorite method of execution is decapitation. She will use a knife or fork to split open the victim's chest, remove their heart, and eat it while listening to music.
According to Onoprienko, he fatally shot the parents before hacking their two girls, ages seven and eight, to death with an axe. After an hour, Onoprienko reportedly shot and murdered a nearby businessman called Tsalk who was walking about the Bodnarchuk property, then chopping his corpse with the axe.
Anatoly Onoprienko was born on January 4, 1958 in Kiev, Ukraine. His father, Vladimir Petrovich, was a senior lieutenant-general in the Soviet Army who died when Anatoly was just nine years old. His mother, Liudmila (née Smirnova), was a school teacher. He has one older brother named Sergei.
Anatoly Onoprienko's childhood was surrounded by tragedy and violence. When he was only five years old, his father was killed during a military operation in East Germany. Then, when he was just twelve years old, his mother was also killed during a robbery attempt. He was then sent to live with his uncle who was a colonel in the Soviet Air Force.
When Anatoly Onoprienko turned seventeen years old, he joined the Soviet army as a motorcyclist. However, he was soon arrested for stealing cars and for selling them to buy drugs. In 1979, he was sentenced to ten years in a labor camp in Siberia.