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Doki Doki Literature Club

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Submitted by: David K.

Girl Guide:
Written by Capt. Pottypie

If you're anything like me, you're probably not the best at getting 
the girls. This guide should help with that.

So you've heard of this game, you know it's got adult themes from the 
fact that it has a disclaimer attached. This is due to the more... 
adult themes occuring later on in the game. This guide should help 
you with getting those girls into those certain themes later on.

For those of you asking about Monika, the answer is, for some reason, 
she doesn't have a romance pathway. Silly oversight IMO, since she's 
a pretty cool character, oh well.

Anyway, the first thing I should mention that is true of all characters 
is that in order to max out your relationship with them, you must produce
poems that they approve of. Each poem you make will gain the approval of 
one of the three girls. I'm not going to put down the specifics of this, 
since I've seen another guide floating round with all the words and their
score for each girl, which you can check out if you want. You should be 
able to do fine if you get to know the girls, since word preferences are 
very based on their personality.

Secondly, the first part of the game is purely to "level up" people's 
affections to you. Assuming you gained enough affection with them, you 
can then "lock in" your choice by selecting the speciific choice when 
asked. I've prompted where that is on the guide for each person. 
If a person has not gained enough affection with you, then it will not 
lock in, and the game will continue. If you don't lock in with anyone, 
the game's bad ending will play. The order in which you can lock in is 

Sayori is your happy, friendly childhood friend. She has always been there 
for you, although until she invited you to the lit club, you two had 
started to see less and less of each other due to her getting up late 
for school, and you having interests away from hers. 
Can you rekindle this friendship into something more?

1st Choice - Sayori!
2nd Choice - Walk with Sayori
3rd Choice - Sayori
4th Choice - I love you (lock in)
5th Choice - Chocolates
6th Choice - Hide
7th Choice - Let's go on an adventure!
8th Choice - Check her leg
Should be impossible to fail from this point out.

The shy, awkward one of the club, Yuri has a lot of hidden depths to 
her that will slowly be revealed through the game. 
Can you bring her out of her shell and into your life?

1st Choice - Yuri
2nd Choice - Walk with Yuri
3rd Choice - Yuri
4th Choice - Yes (lock in)
5th Choice - Hold her hand
6th Choice - Encourage her
7th Choice - Break the knife
8th Choice - Forever
From here, you can't fail. Best of luck!

Natsuki is the youngest one in the club, and likes cute things and food. 
She isn't overly fond of being straight up nice, but beneath it all, 
she has a good heart.

Natsuki needs less affection to get, but this is counterbalanced by having 
one fewer choice that affects her affection level.

1st Choice - Natsuki
2nd Choice - Irrelevant
3rd Choice - Natsuki
4th Choice - Ask for a date (lock in)
5th Choice - Squid
6th Choice - Offer her your place
7th Choice - Stop him
8th Choice - Marriage
Should be impossible to fail from here.

So there we have it, the three potential pathways in a nutshell with as 
few spoilers as I can manage. Good luck getting those girls!

Monika Route:
Written by Vimbert

This is where the boys start getting separated from the men. Monika's ending is 
extremely difficult to achieve; I still haven't nailed down the exact sequence of 
poem choices that help out here. This ending is so worth it, but so difficult to 
find! These dialogue choices should help you achieve victory. Good luck.

* Ignore her
* Monika
* Help Monika
* I'm not thirsty
* Only Monika
* Only Monika
* Yes
* I don't care
* Insult her
* Why would I pay attention to anyone else?
* Sacrifice her
* I feel nothing
* I love you
* Stick it in

Hanging Out with Sayori Secret:
Written by The Dank Lord

Just a little secret i found.

-=How To...=-

* Start a fresh new game (uninstall and install it again).
* Stay in the main menu.
* Delete monika.chr in the game files.
* Now play it.
* Enjoy. 

When you start the new game a little scene with Sayori appear and then you 
can hang out with here..

Secrets Guide:
Written by Momorin

Don't read this until you've finished the game and had the true literature club 
experience! This is a guide for players who are looking to see everything they 
missed the first time. Contains spoilers and won't help first time players.

So, hopefully you've had the Literature Club experience by this point. You 
haven't seen everything until the end credits roll, so make sure you've gotten 
that far before reading this. If not, turn back now--this guide won't be of 
much interest to you. It won't help you and won't make much sense. 
Contains spoilers, of course.

-=Are we ready for this?
This is a guide to finding little things that you may have missed. To see all 
the dialogue, a special ending, and other events of interest. It also explains 
a little bit of how things work, but won't be very specific on most details so 
you can experience them for yourself.

It covers every major secret that exists inside the game, but may have a few 
minor omissions. It doesn't tell you how to get all of the CGs, what to do 
when you have choices to make, or how to progress through the game.

-=Secret Messages
Throughout parts of the game, there will be little files created in the game 
folder that you can open and look at. These get deleted later on, so it's a 
good idea to keep the game folder open if you want to see them. The first of 
these is an image file created on the morning of the festival. 
After that, there will be some text files created, with messages presumably 
from Monika.

You may remember a scene where you see an error message on the screen that 
an exception has occurred. It actually creates a real error report file in 
the game folder which will contain a bit of dialogue, also from Monika.

The character files and some other messages are codes containing interesting 
things when deciphered, but if you want to learn more about that, you can 
visit this discussion on Reddit.

-=Sharing Poems, Arc 1

I won't cover how to play the poem minigame here, but based on the words you 
pick, each girl will either love your poem, hate it, or think it's just okay, 
and there are a number of variations based on their evaluations. 
This is how to see all of them.

Day 2 (3 variations) 
* She has a different opinion about all three types of poems.

Day 3 (7 variations)
* If she hated both of your poems, she becomes angry and refuses to share hers. 
* If she hates just this one, she will act disappointed in you. 
* If your poem is okay, she will compare it to your previous one, with three 
  separate dialogues.
* If she loved both of your poems, she becomes embarrassed, and eventually 
  wants to keep it. 
* If she only loved this one, she will tell you how she had low expectations 
  for you before.

Day 4 (7 variations)
* If she hated both of your previous poems, she won't talk to you or share her 
  poem no matter what you write. Otherwise, if you write a bad poem, she has 
  two different dialogues based on whether she hated one of your previous 
  poems or * not.
* If your poem is okay, she compares it to yesterday's. If yesterday's was also
  okay, she says that, otherwise she just says she doesn't hate it.
* If she loved all three of her poems, you get her dialogue leading up to her 
  special poem for you. If you've never written one that she loved up to this 
  point (unless she hated both), she has dialogue expressing her surprise.

Day 2 (2 variations)
* If she loves your poem, she'll tell you. Otherwise, she just has a hard time 
  deciding what to say. In both cases she gives you the same writing advice.

Day 3 (6 variations)
* If she hated both of your poems, she asks if you're mad at her and won't 
  show you her poem. If she just hated this one, she asks about whether you 
  are influenced by Natsuki and Sayori.
* If your poem is okay, she will either compare it to yesterday as an 
  improvement, or tell you it's pretty good.
* If she loves your poem, she has two sets of dialogue that are almost 
  identical except for one line about how she feels appreciated.

Day 4 (6 variations)
* If she hated your last two poems she won't talk to you no matter what. If 
  she just hated one of your previous poems and hates this one, she'll get 
  upset and won't show you her poem. 
* If this is your first time giving her a poem that she hates, she remarks 
  about how you decided to try something different. She does this also if 
  she loved both your previous poems and you gave her one that was merely 
* If you give her a poem that's okay and she didn't love both of them, she
  remarks on your improvement.
* If you give her a poem she loves, she has two different dialogues depending
  on whether she loved both of your previous ones or not.

Day 2 (3 variations)
* She has separate dialogue for each type of poem.

Day 3 (6 variations)
* If you write a poem she hates, she has one dialogue where she talks about 
  liking happy and sad things.
* If your poem is okay, she compares it to yesterday's, with three dialogues.
* If she loves both of your poems, she talks about you writing it for her, 
  otherwise, she says it's better than yesterday's.
Day 4 (2 variations)
* If she loves all three of your poems, she talks about you giving her all the 
  attention, otherwise she accuses you of writing your poem for one of the other 

* Monika has 9 dialogues. You can see them all by writing a poem for the same 
  girl three days in a row, for each of the other girls.

Sharing Poems, Arc 2
* The second day is basically the same as the first arc. There is a random event 
  related to Natsuki (see random events below).

Day 3 (5 variations)
* If she hated both of your poems, she become even more upset than she did in 
  the first arc. If she just hated this one, she only acts disappointed.
* If you write a poem she loves or one that's okay, she considers the poem just 
  okay. She responds in three different ways depending on your previous poem. 
  However, if you wrote a poem she (secretly) loved, she will follow up by 
* upset that you didn't spend time with her, and you will see the Natsuki ghost 

Day 4 (6 variations)
* If you write a poem she hates, she responds in three different ways depending 
  on whether she hated both, one, or none of your previous poems.
* Again, she will only consider your poem okay at best in her dialogue. If she 
  hated both your previous poems, she responds as though she hates this one too.
  Otherwise she compares it to whether she hated the previous day's poem or not. 
* If you gave your poem to Yuri already, she reacts in disgust.

Day 3 (3 variations)
* She will never hate your poem. If it was okay or bad, she awkwardly tells you 
  how good it is.
* If you wrote a poem she loves, she has two dialogues that are almost identical 
  except for one line depending on her opinion of your previous poem.

Day 4
* She always thinks your poem is wonderful no matter what. Once you show it to her, 
  she won't give it back, which affects Natsuki's dialogue.

-=Just Monika
Monika's dialogue follows two paths depending on who your first poem appealed to. 
On the second day, she makes condescending remarks about the girl who liked your 
poem the most. On the third day, she either greets you warmly and starts the first
discussion about Yuri if on the Natsuki route, or tells you that you saw something
you shouldn't have on the Yuri route. On the fourth day, she shows a glitch poem 
if on the Natsuki route, or dismisses you with one line if on the Yuri route.

The glitch poem is different if you're on Windows and in fullscreen mode.

-=Random Events
In the second arc of the game, there are a number of scenes that happen only some
of the time. This will make every playthrough a little bit different. 
Here are the list of things you might see.

-=Special poems
The special poems you get are decided in advance for each playthrough. 
There are 11 of them, and 3 are chosen at random. 
You'll have to play a few times before you see them all in the game.

-=Splash screen
You might get a different message instead of the usual "this game is not for 
children..." (1/4 chance). Some of these are funny. You might also get a creepy 
version of the menu where the characters are in black and white (1/64 chance, 
once per playthrough).

-=First day
After Monika brings you to the classroom, you might get glitch Monika (1/3 chance) 
Beginning on the first day, you might get a special classroom background with Sayori.
This can change during the days at various points, too, but there's a 1/6 chance 
each time.

-=Second day
If you wrote a poem that Natsuki hates, her eyes might pop out for a few seconds
(1/3 chance).

-=Third day
Yuri might be broken on the screen when she appears (1/3 chance). Natsuki might 
suddenly have a weird moving realistic mouth as she says several nonsense words
as black text (1/4 chance). After you get a special poem, the game screen might
become red and distorted and the music will be altered to give you a sense of 
dizziness (1/3 chance) or you might get a special Sayori-themed mouse cursor 
(1/3 chance).

-=Fourth day
At the beginning of the day, you might see an distorted image of Sayori's face. 
This has a 1/16 chance of occurring, but only if you didn't see the Sayori eyes 
image during the poem minigame the previous night (see below).

-=Poem minigame
You might see a drawing of Sayori with scary blank eyes after you finish the poem 
each day (1/6 chance, once per playthrough).

End of days 2 and 3 - you might see a glitch text word (1/401 chance per word). 
None of the girls like these. If you click one, some weird things start to happen
to the graphics and sound. There is a 1/11 chance of hearing a girl say 'ba' when
you click on a word after this, once per playthrough.

End of day 3 - Monika sticker hops from off the bottom of the screen (1/11 chance).
It still counts for whoever normally likes the word.

Ghostly Yuri sticker hops when you pick her word (1/101 chance, once per playthrough).

-=Second Arc Minor Details
At the end of day 3, during the poem minigame, take a look at Yuri's sticker, 
particularly her arms.

On day 4, you'll be given a choice of who to help. It's difficult to not choose
Monika, but if you manage to choose one of the others, you'll see a special screen 
with Yuri's eyes to make sure you pick Monika.

During the nice weekend with Yuri, she has 1,440 lines. They doesn't mean anything,
though there will be a long and familiar block of text in the history. If you quit 
the game and restart, you'll be taken forward to the next panel of her scene.

-=Monika's Room Details
She has different dialogue depending on what platform you're playing on to tell 
you where the character files are. You'll probably see the one for Steam since 
you're reading this.

If you're running either OBS or XSplit to record the game, Monika will perform 
a prank to scare you.

If you're not streaming, Monika will check to see if your character's name is 
different from the one on your computer. She has some dialogue if this is the case.

Monika has 54 conversation topics, though you won't see one if you didn't see her 
glitch poem by going down Natsuki's route during the second act. You'll see each 
one before they repeat, at which point, you'll get the skip option. 
Try using it for a special message. She also has a message if you try to save, 
and several if you quit and restart.

-=Another Ending?
There are two basic endings to the game that depend on whether you've seen all 
of the CGs or not, but there is another, depressing way you can end your game.

If you've started a new game, but haven't reached the part where you enter 
Sayori's room the second time, deleting Sayori's character file will make the 
game end in static as soon as it starts up, then a sad picture and text appear.

Starting a new game with Monika's character file deleted will upset Sayori, 
and she will delete everyone and shut down the game, leading back to the 
aforementioned ending.

-=Save Files
You may notice that the game doesn't store saves in its saves folder. Where 
they actually are depends on your platform, but should you try copying a save 
to protect it from deletion and then load it later on, you might just get 
scolded by Monika for cheating.

And that's basically it! There are a few minor variations based on poem order 
that aren't covered, but you should be able to find those easily.

Poem Words Guide:
Written by Velmesh

Some words might not be added, I was honestly focused on Sayori's poem words more 
than anything, but you get the gist of it.

Adventure, Amazing, Bed, Bliss, Broken, Calm, Charm, Cheer, Childhood, Clumsy, Comfort, 
Cry, Dance, Dark, Daydream, Death, Defeat, Depression, Embrace, Empty, Excitement, 
Family, Feather, Fireflies, Fireworks, Flower, Forgive, Friends, Happiness, Heart, 
Holiday, Hope, Joy, Laugh, Lazy, Loud,Love, Lucky, Marriage, Memories, Misery, Misfortune, 
Ocean, Passion, Peaceful, Pain, Play, Prayer, Precious, Promise, Rainbow, Romance, Rose, 
Sadness, Scars, Shame, Sing, Smile, Special, Sunny, Sunset, Sweet, Together, Tragedy, 
Treasure, Vacation, Wonderful

Suicidal, if you do not do her route first she will commit suicide and you can't get 
the perfect ending because you'll missing her CGs.

Afterimage, Agnozing, Ambient, Analysis, Atone, Aura, Breath, Cage, Captive, Contamination, 
Covet, Crimson, Destiny, Determination, Disarray, Disoriented, Despise, Disown, Effulgent, 
Entropy, Eternity, Extreme, Fester, Graveyard, Heavensent, Horror, Imagination, Incapable, 
Incongruent, Inferno, Insight, Judgement, Lust, Meager, Melancholy, Fickle, Frightening, 
Philosophy, Pleasure, Portrait, Raindrops, Sensation, Starscape, Suicide, Tenacious, Time,
Unending, Uncontrollable, Uncanny, Unrestrained, Unstable, Vertigo, Vibrant, Wrath

Yandere. Into books, very studious. Introvert, loves horror. She'll become a living horror
later on. So choose any words that are somewhat creepy if they're not in the tables.

Anger, Boop, Bouncy, Bubbles, Bunny, Candy, Cheeks, Chocolate, Clouds, Cute, Doki doki, 
Games, Giggle, Email, Fantasy, Fluffy, Hair, Hop, Headphones, Heartbeat, Jump, Jumpy, 
Lipstick, Kawaii, Kiss, Marshmallow, Melody, Milk, Mouse, Nibble, Nightgown, Papa, Parfait,
Playground, Poof, Pout, Puppy, Swimsuit, Shopping, Skipping, Socks, Spinning, Sticky, 
Strawberry, Sugar, Summer, Twirl, Waterfall, Valentine, Vanilla

Tsundere. Into anime, happy-go-lucky, video games. Likes animals, cutesy stuff, food 
cause she's always hungry. Dad Beats her. DDLC is her only safe space, ironically.

Game Reset:
Written by WstD_GameZ

Don't just reinstall the game everytime it says so!

-=How To=-
* Close the game before doing this. Try to experiment on deleting this file during 
  in-game. IDK what happens TBH...
* Every time you want to reset the game, even if the game said to uninstall the game, 
  you just need to delete the firstrun file in *\game repository.
* Then, when opening the game, click Yes, delete my existing data. or something, 
  otherwise, the file will be created and resumes the game.
* This will result the game back to square one and resets all character files in 
  *\characters and deletes all files in {USER}\AppData\Roaming\RenPy\{DDLC folder}\.
* It works even if you are in the middle of their stories...
* No need to uninstall the game!
* Save bandwith and time!

Secret Messages from Monica:
Periodically throughout the game, text messages will be created in the game's directory 
- reading them can reveal special messages from Monica. The messages themselves are 
created at random points and a player may not see the same ones in various playthroughs.
They are also deleted as the game progresses, so if you wish to save them it is best 
to create a copy of them outside the game directory. Some of them (such as Yuri's 
character file) have to be Base 64 decoded.

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