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9th Dec '15 1:04:54 AM autumn-sacura
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*** Also, Zero III is dressed as Chinese Opera сharacter.
8th Oct '15 2:22:21 AM biznizz
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** And for an additional OMG moment, [[spoiler:the detonation of all of the reactors occurs one day before the 115th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, the moment that forever changed Dashell Gordain's life and led him to create the first precursors to the modern Nonary Games]].
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** And for an additional OMG moment, [[spoiler:the detonation of all of the reactors occurs one day before the 115th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, the moment that forever changed Dashell Gordain's life and led him to create the first precursors to the modern Nonary Games]].Games. The day that Sigma leaves for the Moon with Clover, Phi & Alice in tow takes place on the day of the anniversary proper]].
5th May '15 3:59:12 PM Nawan
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**[[spoiler: In the same way, why Zero Sr orders to Sigma to NOT talk about what he saw in the recording ? Imagine if he tells to the others [[OhCrap what Zero Sr looks like...]]]]
8th Apr '15 3:51:25 PM yeahwhatevermanguy
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* Complete the game, then play the entire thing through on "skip". [[spoiler:That's exactly how the events would be taking place if you took away the effects of being on the Moon]].
14th Mar '15 8:43:35 PM infernape612
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* There's a number of lines that become this to do with twists in the game: Right at the start of the game, Phi says to Sigma, "Back off Grandpa!". Sigma's reply indicates he's confused at the odd choice of insult considering him and Phi are only a few years apart at most. At another time, Dio refers to Sigma as a "senile of fart". When Sigma tells Phi his age, she retorts with "You must have done a lot of drugs". Alice seems that Sigma reminds her of her father. [[spoiler:Then the twist comes that Sigma was actually an old man the entire game]].
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* There's a number of lines that become this to do with twists in the game: Right at the start of the game, Phi says to Sigma, "Back off Grandpa!". Sigma's reply indicates he's confused at the odd choice of insult considering him and Phi are only a few years apart at most. At another time, Dio refers to Sigma as a "senile of old fart". When Sigma tells Phi his age, she retorts with "You must have done a lot of drugs". Alice seems that Sigma reminds her of her father. [[spoiler:Then the twist comes that Sigma was actually an old man the entire game]].
20th Feb '15 2:31:22 PM infernape612
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* Why does Phi always advise Sigma to pick "betray" after the first round of the Nonary Game? [[spoiler:Picking betray always leads to the best possible outcome for Sigma. If he betrays Luna in round 1, he progresses to the Dio ending where he gets to escape alongside Dio and Phi. If he betrays Tenmyouji in round 1, he progresses to the Clover ending where he learns information critical to getting K's ending. Neither of these endings require you to have played any other paths in order to win. Finally, betraying Alice in round 1 puts him on the path to Phi's ending, which is the game's GoldenEnding and ends with [[EverybodyLives everybody surviving]].]]

* Major spoilers for Tenmyouji: [[spoiler: I did have a difficult time to accept that his full name is Junpei Tenmyouji. Tenmyouji sounds a bit unusual for a Japanese surname that you would think Clover and Alice would have pressed him about it. Hell, there could have been a scenario where they would ask him about a guy named "Junpei" and he could have easily lied by telling them he's his grandson.]]
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* Major spoilers for Tenmyouji: [[spoiler: I did have a difficult time to accept that his full name is Junpei Tenmyouji. Tenmyouji sounds a bit unusual for a Japanese surname that you would think Clover and Alice would have pressed him about it. Hell, there could have been a scenario where they would ask him about a guy named "Junpei" and he could have easily lied by telling them he's his grandson.]] ** This being an issue is doubtful. [[spoiler:Never in 999 does Junpei ever give his last name to the other players, so Clover and Alice wouldn't have any real reason to know it.]]
7th Feb '15 8:10:15 AM Chessanator
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** The original version of Rule 5 is "No Chinamen (read: DirtyForeigner) must appear in the story" (because it'd be too easy to single them out as the bad guy). Guess what, the game breaks this rule too! [[spoiler: Dio is ObviouslyEvil and a terrorist (the modern era's bogeyman). In fact, he's ''so'' obviously evil that it wraps around to being completely surprising when it turns out he's the bad guy.]]
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** The original version of Rule 5 is "No Chinamen (read: DirtyForeigner) must appear in the story" (because it'd be too easy to single them out as the bad guy). Guess what, the game breaks this rule too! [[spoiler: Dio is ObviouslyEvil and a terrorist (the modern era's bogeyman). In fact, he's ''so'' obviously evil that it wraps around to being completely surprising when it turns out he's the bad guy. Luna also breaks this rule: if the the essence of the rule is "Don't put in a character who is a red herring suspect just because they're foreign", then Luna breaks it since her route is that she is suspicious because she is a robot.]]
9th Jan '15 5:43:12 AM yeahwhatevermanguy
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* There's a number of lines that become this to do with twists in the game: Right at the start of the game, Phi says to Sigma, "Back off Grandpa!". Sigma's reply indicates he's confused at the odd choice of insult considering him and Phi are only a few years apart at most. [[spoiler:Then the twist comes that Sigma was actually an old man the entire game]].
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* There's a number of lines that become this to do with twists in the game: Right at the start of the game, Phi says to Sigma, "Back off Grandpa!". Sigma's reply indicates he's confused at the odd choice of insult considering him and Phi are only a few years apart at most. At another time, Dio refers to Sigma as a "senile of fart". When Sigma tells Phi his age, she retorts with "You must have done a lot of drugs". Alice seems that Sigma reminds her of her father. [[spoiler:Then the twist comes that Sigma was actually an old man the entire game]].
9th Jan '15 5:38:49 AM yeahwhatevermanguy
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* There's a number of lines that become this to do with twists in the game: Right at the start of the game, Phi says to Sigma, "Back off Grandpa!". Sigma's reply indicates he's confused at the odd choice of insult considering him and Phi are only a few years apart at most. [[spoiler:Then the twist comes that Sigma was actually an old man the entire game]]. ** When Sigma says he's studying for a PhD, the others mention that he must have been studying for it for a while. Which can come off as odd, considering Sigma's only a young adult, and still at a normal college age. [[spoiler:But of course, everyone thinks they're talking to an old man]]. ** There's a number of times when the characters will tell Sigma he should rest, only for Sigma to refuse. [[spoiler:Them suggesting for him to rest makes a lot more sense when you find out he's running around as an old man]]. ** Why is everyone freaked out by Sigma being a pervert and making passes? It's understandable to find it gross, childish and off putting from a young man, but typically it's not considered ''creepy'', which is what a lot of the reactions seem to indicate. [[spoiler:Obviously they'd find it creepy. From their perspective, a old guy with a robotic eye keeps making dirty and sleazy comments]]. * Why does Sigma have such a hard time noticing details sometimes? Often they'll play off on a joke where he'll not notice something, and the others in the room with him will berate him for being a blind idiot. One example is when he fails to notice that the completely not-normal looking clock with no hands wasn't a normal clock. [[spoiler:He's only got one real eye]].
27th Dec '14 1:16:11 PM Chessanator
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Explanation of why rad-6 doesn't fix sink
** [[spoiler: Radical-6 should compensate for that, though.]]
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** [[spoiler: This is one of the few things Radical-6 should can't compensate for that, though.]](similarly to Phi's jumping abilities), since you can measure how fast the water is going down by the height the liquid reaches, which won't be affected by your perception of time.
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