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The Video Game
- Counterpart Comparison: A girl in white who serves as a friendly guide to a band of characters, and a girl in red who serves as a deceitful antagonist. Sound familiar?
- Crowning Music of Awesome: This song made by a fan excellently summarizes the feel of the game.
- Draco in Leather Pants: Most of the fan art for the game seems to be pairing up the girls with the human wolves. Carmen's is especially prettified, no longer appearing to be middle aged, bald, and frequently seems to get a Race Lift.
- Epileptic Trees: Loads; this game is an epileptic orchard.
- Reviewers describe the meaning behind the game as being as subjective as a puzzle of the night sky with nothing but perfectly square pieces. The creators are amused by all the wild interpretations, and have stated, "What you see in the game seems to speak more about yourself than the game."
- Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory: One of the interpretations is that the Girl in White symbolizes Jesus (white, blood etc), and Grandmother's house is hell.
- Everyone Is Satan in Hell: One review savaged this game for its false sense of choice (if you go off the path, terrible things happen... but if you don't, nothing happens) and the therefore (supposedly) implied lesson that women can't deviate from the straight and narrow in life without suffering terrible consequences.
- Germans Love David Hasselhoff: The girls appear to be very popular with Japanese online artists, which may be due to the fact that they were explicitly inspired by the work of Japanese artist Fuco Ueda.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: It's a game based off of Little Red Riding Hood and there are two characters named Ruby and Rose. Insert RWBY reference here.
- Les Yay: Ginger and her wolf.
- In Carmen's livejournal she states that if she were a man, and if Ruby wasn't related to her, she could see herself "liking" Ruby. And in one of Scarlet's entries, Carmen leaves a comment about enjoying feeling heat on her skin and Ruby comments that Carmen has "a beautiful body that is a pleasure to look at, I'm sure".
- Narm: Given the general tone of the game it's hard to take Robin's wolf seriously when she starts riding on top of it like a pony.
- Nightmare Fuel: Again, Grandma's house, especially after encountering a wolf.
- Paranoia Fuel: From a gameplay standpoint. Despite some references to the wolves possibly attacking you at any moment, they only appear in a specific area for each girl, but, if you don't know where they are...
- Self-Fanservice: All the wolves get this to one extent or another, but Carmen's seems especially prone to it.
- Squick: When the Werewolf walks around, if you look closely, you can see patches of fur falling off him. It still happens after Robin jumps on his back.
- Viewer Gender Confusion: Scarlet's wolf. It's fairly easy to get confused. Word of God names it "Fey Wolf", which... doesn't help much.
The Television series
- The Woobie: Sara's brother Russell, husband of Nicole, is somewhere between this, a Bumbling Sidekick (for Cal) and a Straw Loser. When Sara asks him to keep an eye on Cal during a building auction, Russ tries but fails to stop Cal from bidding way over budget. (Sara doesn't quite say "You had one job...!!" but comes close.) Nicole herself treats him this way, but also knows he's good with children, excellent at cheering on the novices and giving Rousing Speech es, and a faithful worker whose exemplary steadfastness has gone unnoticed. She points this out to Cal, who invites Russell to train for 8R, making him a "Higher Rung" devotee and eligible to vote on important decisions. In later episodes he's more of a misogynist Jerkass Woobie and Yes-Man toward Cal. He begins Slowly Slipping Into Evil with his ambition to be an enforcer of "law and order". He ends season 2 likely crossing the Moral Event Horizon (making him downright Affably Evil) if he's the one who tried to kill his own sister in her car. (He wasn't.)
- Write What You Know: Lilith Asan, who as a teen saw the original visions that became Meyerism, has melanoma in her left eye. She has the eye removed, but the cancer returns and metastasizes. This actually happened to Jessica Goldberg's father.