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There are several endings in CORPSE PARTY -Rebuilt-. Unlike Corpse Party BloodCovered, these endings are not truly defined as "wrong ends", since the death of a companion will still allow the player to beat the game, but based on who survives will unlock a different epilogue.

These endings are divided in ranks from A to D, the former being the best and the latter being the worst. There are three different B rank endings and two different D rank ones.

 
Spoiler Warning!: Spoilers for CORPSE PARTY -Rebuilt- follow
 

Ending Ranks Edit

ENDING RANK: A - Survival
This ending is unlocked by having everyone still alive at the end of the game.

The five classmates, Satoshi Mochida, Naomi Nakashima, Yuka Mochida, Yoshiki Kishinuma, and Ayumi Shinozaki, find themselves in their school again. They are exhausted from what they have been through, but happy to be alive nonetheless. Satoshi looking to his classmates still can't believe they made it, and thinks that this is also the same thing the others are feeling. All of a sudden, Naomi stops, asking the others to wait for her because she forgot something in their classroom, and is followed by Satoshi, prompted by Yoshiki to do so.

There, Naomi will reveal to Satoshi her concern about what the girl must have been through for all this time. Satoshi cheers her up, remembering that now she is no longer suffering because they managed to appease her. Before leaving the classroom Naomi asks one last thing to Satoshi, which is if he sees her as a woman, to which the player may choose to answer "Yes" or "No." No matter the answer, Naomi states that acting like this is not like her and asks Satoshi to forget what she said, but in the end she invites Satoshi to listen to her playing the piano sometime, to which he happily agrees. The ending concludes with Yoshiki asking Ayumi how she heard about the ghost story she told them, and Ayumi will answer that perhaps it was spread by the spirit itself.

ENDING RANK: B-1 - Suffering
This ending is unlocked by having Ayumi killed by the anatomical model in the science lab.

At last, the group manages to escape, but they are hesitant to speak because of the recent loss of a close friend. Yoshiki asks the group that he be left alone, and that will also be the last time everyone ever sees him, even though he promised to live in Ayumi's stead. Probably the sense of guilt, caused by the fact that he ran away while Ayumi needed him, has crushed him.

The chapter ends with this sentence: "What do we become in death...?"

ENDING RANK: B-2 - The Scar
This ending is unlocked by having Yoshiki killed by the anatomical model in the science lab in order to save Ayumi.

At last, the group manages to escape but they are hesitant to speak because of the recent loss of a close friend. Ayumi can't stop from crying, yet her tears will never reach Yoshiki.

The next day, Ayumi goes to the bathroom to wash her face, but she freezes when, looking into the mirror, she sees a hand shaped bruise on her neck. She tries to scrub it, but the more she does the more the bruise spreads and darkens, until it becomes so black, that it looks as if it's strangling her. Screaming, Ayumi scrubs more intensely, peeling her skin until she bleeds, then notices that the bruise is still there. The towel she is using to scrub her neck, mixed with soap and blood, becomes the same color of the wound on her neck, until it is impossible to know its true color. Ayumi goes on, until the unbearable pain coming from her neck makes her lose consciousness. Her final thoughts are, "Whose voice is calling me...?"

ENDING RANK: B-3 - Yuka
This ending is unlocked by leaving Yuka to her fate in the girls' lavatory.

At last, the group escaped from the old schoolhouse, but they lost a dear companion in the process. Yuka, Satoshi's younger sister, died due to Satoshi prioritizing Naomi's well-being over that of his own sibling.

Once reaching the way that leads to the real world, the team is reached by Yuka's spirit. As Satoshi sees her, he goes to her, crying, asking Yuka to forgive him for having abandoned her and leaving her last moments full of pain, to which she answers, moving her mouth. However, no sound is heard and her spirit fades. He does not answer, and so Naomi states that she was telling her brother how much she loves him.

Upon making his way back home, Satoshi is promptly asked by his mother where Yuka is. Satoshi, not wanting to scare his parents, lies and says that Yuka is staying over at a friend's house. His mother, not satisfied by this answer, claims that children shouldn't worry their parents, though his father assumed everything was fine.

Satoshi then goes upstairs to his room, but notices an odd box sitting on his desk that wasn't there before. He walks over to it and opens the package. Inside there is a note with only one sentence on it: "Big Brother... I'm so lonely..." He then hears a knock on the door that leads into Yuka's room. He cautiously approaches it and peers into the keyhole and sees a familiar eye. The ending closes with Satoshi beginning to say the name of his dearly departed sister.

ENDING RANK: C - The Door
This ending in unlocked by having Naomi accompany Yuka in the girls' lavatory.

During the game, Yuka, who risked dying in the lavatories, exits telling her brother that she was going to drown in one of the stalls, that was filling with blood, but that Naomi took her place to save her. As the two pause to mourn their departed friend, Naomi appears behind them, stating that she managed to survive and joins the group again. It is later revealed that she is controlled by a spirit, when she locks Satoshi and Yuka in a room, while the walls were getting closer to each other. When the two manage to exit the room however, Naomi isn't there with them.

While in the music room, after finding the Piano Key, Satoshi asks Yuka if there is anyone she likes in her class, and Yuka answers that there is someone, but she doesn't want to talk about it.

Later, while heading for the place where the girl in red is buried they meet Naomi again, who falls on the ground and then disappears, as the ghost who was possessing her leaves the body. Angry with the spirit, Satoshi chases her, but this time he finds Ayumi and Yoshiki near Naomi's corpse. Ayumi laughs hysterically at the death of her rival for Satoshi's affection, and throws her body off a cliff. Confused, Satoshi asks why she is acting like this, and Yoshiki answers that the spirit has promised them it would free them, if they kill the others. As he gets closer to Satoshi, however, Ayumi pushes Yoshiki off the cliff, stating that the girl in red will equally accept Yoshiki's life instead of Satoshi's. Satoshi, unable to accept all these murders yells to Ayumi that this is not the way to behave between friends. Somehow, by doing so, he manages to let Ayumi regain control of her actions. It is revealed that the vengeful spirit was actually controlling her, thanks to the jealousy Naomi caused within her. When Satoshi is about to tell her what happened, Yoshiki joins the group; he managed to survive the fall and to climb back to where the others were.

After defeating the Vengeful Spirit, and reaching the door that leads to the real world, as the team is about to go, they are met by Naomi. Yuka runs to her, but is stopped by Satoshi, who wants to talk with her. She invites him to get closer, but as he does so, Naomi turns into an evil spirit and tries to kill Satoshi. Yuka, sensing danger, gets injured in place of her brother. Unfortunately, the wound proves fatal for Yuka, who knows she won't make it. Therefore, she reveals to her brother that the person she was talking about is her brother himself, and asks him to tell her she loves her, even if is a lie. The player can choose to agree or not and, no matter the answer, Satoshi answers that their love as siblings is already enough, and Yuka, satisfied by the answer, dies.

Satoshi then goes upstairs to his room, but notices an odd box sitting on his desk that wasn't there before. He walks over to it and opens the package. Inside there is a note with only one sentence on it: "Big Brother... I'm so lonely..." He then hears a knock on the door that leads into Yuka's room. He cautiously approaches it and peers into the keyhole and sees a familiar eye. Recognizing it as Yuka's, Satoshi tries to run away from his room. However, the door is locked, and there is no way to open it. Having no where to run, he works up the courage and opens the door; as he does so, the room is filled with light, temporarily blinding him. Suddenly he feels a presence on his shoulder. He turns his face and sees Naomi, who says "I'm SO sick of you!" before killing him.

ENDING RANK: D-1 - Regret
This ending is unlocked by both leaving Yuka to her fate in the girls' lavatory and letting Ayumi get killed by the anatomical model in the science lab.

Once reaching the path that leads to the real world, the team sees Yuka's spirit. As Satoshi sees her, he goes to her, crying, asking Yuka to forgive him for having abandoned her and leaving her last moments full of pain, to which she answers, moving her mouth. However, no sound is heard and finally disappears. Naomi asks Satoshi if he understood what she was trying to say. He does not answer, and so Naomi states that she was telling her brother how much she loves him.

Once at home, Satoshi's parents ask where Yuka is, and Satoshi, not able to reveal the truth says that she went over to a friend's house to spend the night. In his room Satoshi, tired, plops in his bed, and starts looking at the ceiling.

Suddenly, he realizes that someone is calling out for him. Looking out the window he sees a man, shouting his name, shaking under the rain. This person is Yoshiki, but he looks strange: his eyes, staring straight at Satoshi, having a vacant look. He grins widely in an unnatural manner, with saliva dripping out of the corner of his mouth.

Still in his school uniform, Satoshi runs outside and asks Yoshiki, "What's wrong?" Yoshiki starts accusing him for Ayumi's death, caused by Satoshi still being alive. While he is saying this, Satoshi notices that he is holding a knife, and at this point the player has to choose to either dodge left or right as Yoshiki tries to stab him. No matter the answer, Yoshiki suddenly stops, drops the knife he was holding, and begins to cry.

Suspicious about his smell, Satoshi asks Yoshiki if he is drunk. Yoshiki doesn't respond to the question but, instead answers that the knife was meant for him (being Yoshiki). Irritated, Satoshi accuses his friend of being a coward for having promised to live for Ayumi, and then for having tried to commit suicide. Yoshiki agrees with him about the fact that he is a coward, and is unable to forgive himself for leaving Ayumi alone when she needed his help. Satoshi explains to him that his death won't change anything and that Ayumi is never coming back. Hearing these harsh and painfully true words, Yoshiki crouches down, clasping his knees, repeating Ayumi's surname.

ENDING RANK: D-2 - Black Magic
This ending is unlocked by both leaving Yuka to her fate in the girls' lavatory and letting Yoshiki be killed by the anatomical model in the science lab in order to save Ayumi.

Once reaching the path that leads to the real world, the team is met by Yuka's spirit. As Satoshi sees her, he goes to her, crying, asking Yuka to forgive him for having abandoned her and leaving her last moments full of pain, to which she answers, moving her mouth. However, no sound is heard and finally disappears. Naomi asks Satoshi if he understood what she was trying to say. He does not answer, and so Naomi states that she was telling her brother how much she loves him.

Once at home, Satoshi's parents ask where Yuka is, and Satoshi, not able to reveal the truth says that she went over to a friend's house to spend the night. In his room Satoshi, tired, sits down on his bed, and starts looking at the ceiling wondering what to do. After a while, Ayumi comes to visit him, but she looks different to him, almost as if she had been running, and her eyes are bloodshot. When she asks him if he was sad, she stares him with eyes wide open, unblinking. He then notices that she is trembling, and strangely it appears she is cradling a thick, heavy, black book.

Ayumi asks Satoshi how it feels when you kill someone and if he thinks it's wrong to do it, no matter the reason, giving the player the opportunity to answer "Yes" or "No." No matter the answer, Ayumi asks again Satoshi if it is also wrong to revive someone. Ayumi tells him that, thanks to the black magic contained in her book, it's actually possible. Satoshi, surprised by her, begins questioning Ayumi's sanity, since from the moment a person is dead, can not live again. But Ayumi thinks he is wrong because black magic laughs in the face of death. She also tells him that there have been reports of people being revived throughout history.

Satoshi, perplexed, asks Ayumi if she is sure in doing this, to which she answers that 'of course I am, if this can revive both Yuka and Yoshiki.' She will never accept their loss and Satoshi, questioning himself, thinks that perhaps he too, like Ayumi, will never be able to accept Yuka's death, and that her idea is not that bad after all, despite knowing he is considering something he may come to regret. The ending closes with a sudden flash, and then only the rain can be heard.

Trivia Edit

  • In the original CORPSE-PARTY, the epilogues for both Ending Rank: B-3 and Ending Rank: C are the exact same. CORPSE PARTY -Rebuilt- Included the part with Naomi.
  • The original CORPSE-PARTY did not have names for the endings, those were added in CORPSE PARTY -Rebuilt fan-game. In the English patch of the game however, they were removed to keep it closer to the original. You can still view them in the Extras room.


 
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