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Distort version of the art of Monika

The credits start with a distorted version of this concept art made by JisuArt moving upwards with static over it. After little time has passed, Monika's distorted and faint voice can be heard asking if the player can hear her. The voice becomes clear and she tells about how she has been practicing piano. She starts to sing a song called "Your Reality" she wrote for the player. It is the first time a character's voice is heard. The first verse is shown on-screen, after that the credits begin to roll.

The credits consist of the names of the people that created the game, CG's from the game, and a special thank you note written by Monika or Dan Salvato, depending on if the player has seen all the CG's or not. CG's the player has not seen in-game appear monochromatic. A terminal in the top-left corner will delete the images one by one if the player has not seen all the CG's. The images will be replaced by a generic grey image with dark grey text that reads "image not found".

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Monika's poem in the normal ending

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Dan Salvato's poem in the special ending

If the player has not seen all the CG's, the credits will end with a handwritten message by Monika stating the Literature Club is a place without happiness. If the player has seen all the CG's, the player will be met with a thank you note from Dan Salvato.

After the credits end some files are "deleted", regardless of what ending the player got, presumably by Monika. It causes the game to give an error when the player tries to restart it. In reality, it is only a fake error and the game can be restarted by manually deleting the ./game/firstrun file.

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