Lisa the Joyful – Story Summary Part 1


Following the success of Lisa the Painful, an expansion was released in August of 2015 titled Lisa the Joyful. The story of the expansion follows Buddy, who must find a way to continue with her life after everything she’s experienced thus far. While doing so, questions that were raised during Brad’s adventure begin to answered, and the motives of the Men around Buddy are revealed.

This first part covers everything from the beginning of the game up Area 1. The next will cover Area 2, and the Ending.

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  1. Kevin Hernandez 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    Me hearing buddy wants to be at the top of the power list and be feared: yep, she would be a good friend with chara
    Btw I watched buddy vs chara, so I need to know the story of buddy, also why when she had the fear spell form Betty, she saw rando, welp, thank you 😀

  2. McCree114 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    Brad was so obsessed with protecting Buddy's childlike innocence, always saying "she's just a kid" in LISA: The Painful, he inadvertently ended up being the one who corrupted her and turned Buddy into a monster. He really did end up hurting her the most, mentally at least. Though the flashback with the tied up man implied he had her fight full grown men to the death, in a controlled environment, probably only stepping in if it looked like she was close to being killed by the scared and desperate prisoners beating and bashing at her. So physically too.

  3. Misaka Mikoto 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    I really wish the author of this game makes an alternative version of LISA called LISA the Fateful where it shows a version of the future where the White Flash didn't happen but the results are mostly same.

  4. Nararara Mammily 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    Although I did learn more about Buddy’s perspectives, I still don’t really like her. She was trapped in the house for majority of her but for a good reason. She’s the only young girl in a world of hungry and desperate men who couldn’t care less about taking advantage of her to please their sexual desire. This is the reason why Brad is so protective.

    She was only allowed to go only when Brad is around and she had to conceal her face. Brad forced her to kill people but this is because so that she can defend herself. Though Brad himself is not off the hook either. The thing is that he doesn’t see buddy as buddy but as a second Lisa that he has to protect. He did try to stop taking joy but again, once you become an addict, it’s extremely hard to stop especially when his body keeps being dependent on it. So this kinda influenced Buddy to do the same.

    I think the reasons why I still have this dislike for her is because of the way she treated Brad and also because of how unfair it is to Brad. Brad sacrificed everything for Buddy only for him to be yelled at by buddy and seeing her protecting the man who caused him, Lisa, and Buzzo years of suffering in the first place. If only Martin wasn’t such a piece of shit, all of this wouldn’t have happened in the first place. Another thing is how Brad is more sympathetic than Buddy. Brad has a terrible childhood, while Buddy (through our eyes at least) has a much better life than he did. At least Buddy actually have someone who are willing to protect her while Brad had none beside being the protector himself.

  5. Dawid 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    At the first glance Brad is the monster here. But after finding out what joy did to him you realize he's not the monster. The real monster is Buddy herself.

  6. Gonçalo Carneiro 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    She took Joy, didn't she? She is getting tunnel vision too, she is becoming just like all the others.

  7. Inquisitor Mag'nus / Wraith Mag'nus 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    Rando's a better man than Brad is… Any pity for the former leader of the Rando Army?

  8. Hoku The Overwatch Editor 4 July, 2020 at 02:05 Reply

    How do you know there were more lessons, and not just a reminder that the real thing won't be tied up?

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