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From this, the story begins to branch off, and by Chapter 3, you're firmly into one of three different routes: '''Ruby Blue''', which focuses on Saph, '''Eyes''', which focuses on a CrazyAwesome [[TheEngineer engineer]] named Mila Kawena, and '''Joyful Doll''', which focuses on CapuletCounterpart pilot Serena Hughes.

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From this, the story begins to branch off, and by Chapter 3, you're firmly into one of three different routes: '''Ruby Blue''', which focuses on Saph, '''Eyes''', which focuses on a CrazyAwesome [[TheEngineer engineer]] named Mila Kawena, and '''Joyful Doll''', which focuses on CapuletCounterpart pilot Serena Hughes.
Hughes who is DefectingForLove.


* EstrogenBrigadeBait: Jarlan. Gotta have one.

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* EstrogenBrigadeBait: MrFanservice: Jarlan. Gotta have one.


* DisabledHottie: Mila.

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* DisabledHottie: DisabledLoveInterest: Mila.


* RainbowMotif: The Core Gems.



* RoyGBiv: The Core Gems.


* JackOfAllStats: Mirror Third.



* TheMario: Mirror Third.


Three years ago, seven lights appeared in the sky. This corresponded with the unearthing of seven jewels that react to the first person who touches them, as well as one other thing: monsters called Black Rivers rising up out of the earth to destroy everything they see. Not willing to give up on the planet and send everybody into space if they don't want to go, the government created the Trinity Gift Project to deal with the Black Rivers that uses the Core Gems combined with new technology to fight them. Though much about the pilots of Mirror First and Mirror Second is a mystery, they go out and fight wherever a Black River is spotted, while everybody else under Logan Yasakani's command searches for the Core Gems.

Elian Verdant has just gotten his hard-earned degree, but as far as he's concerned, it'll be a few more years before he actually gets anywhere close to what he wants -- if he's lucky. After the ceremony, though, he gets caught in a Black River attack and picked up by a mysterious girl. Saph Yasakani, daughter of the Logan Yasakani and pilot of Mirror First, has no choice but to take him along while she fights the monster off. When it turns out that Elian has found a Core Gem, too -- and can use it -- he's brought into the Trinity Gift Project.

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Three years ago, seven lights appeared in the sky. This corresponded with the unearthing of seven jewels that react to the first person who touches them, as well as one other thing: monsters called Black Rivers rising up out of the earth to destroy everything they see. Not willing to give up on the planet and send everybody into space if they don't want to go, the government created the Trinity Gift Project to deal with the Black Rivers that uses Rivers, using the Core Gems combined with new technology to fight them. Though much about the pilots of Mirror First and Mirror Second is a mystery, they go out and fight wherever a Black River is spotted, while everybody else under Logan Yasakani's command searches for the Core Gems.

Elian Verdant has just gotten his hard-earned degree, but as far as he's concerned, it'll be a few more years before he actually gets anywhere close to what he wants -- if he's lucky. After the ceremony, though, he gets caught in a Black River attack and picked up by a mysterious girl. Saph Yasakani, daughter of the Logan Yasakani and pilot of Mirror First, has no choice but to take him along while she fights the monster off. When it turns out that Elian has found a Core Gem, too -- and can use it -- he's brought into the Trinity Gift Project.


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* CreepyDoll: Elian is creeped out by Serena's custom dolls at first... though you probably shouldn't ''tell'' her that.


''[=Mirror//Eyes=]'' is Tropers/{{Jisu}}'s planned attempt at a SuperRobot series. Currently firmly in the Unpublished section until she finishes ''Fanfic/FutariWaPrettyCureBlueMoon''.

Three years ago, seven lights appeared in the sky. A government-owned corporation, the Yasakani Group, investigated and located a mysterious jewel. There are seven of them, and the company decides to locate every one. Why? Because monsters called Black Rivers have started appearing from the sky, and these jewels, Core Gems, combined with the Yasakani Group's new technology, have the power to stop them. At the same time, a small faction calling itself Ghost Seven isn't happy with the Yasakani Group being responsible for the city's safety, and decides to do whatever they can to stop the Black Rivers themselves. But are they really helping anything?

Elian Verdant has just gotten his hard-earned degree, but as far as he's concerned, it'll be a few more years before he actually gets anywhere close to what he wants -- if he's lucky. After the ceremony, though, he gets caught in a Black River attack and picked up by a mysterious girl. Saph Yasakani, daughter of the Yasakani Group's president, has no choice but to take him into her mech, Mirror First, while she fights the monster off. When it turns out that Elian has found a Core Gem, too -- and can use it -- he's brought into the Trinity Gift Project.

The main characters are:
*'''Elian Verdant''', pilot of Mirror Third. Holds the green Core Gem of courage. A balanced fighter and reasonably intelligent, but easily discouraged and has little faith in himself. However, President Yasakani claims to see something in his eyes.
*'''Saph Yasakani''', pilot of Mirror First. Holds the indigo Core Gem of kindness. She doesn't like people mentioning how much money she has, which she automatically sees as teasing, or if you interrupt her soap operas... but other than that, she's your typical cute girly-girl.
*'''Brandon Eis''', pilot of Mirror Second. Holds the orange Core Gem of honesty, and fights with a giant sword. A farm kid who's having... difficulty with his family, to say the least, he joined the Trinity Gift Project partially because of the free room and board. He's anxiously preparing for a medical operation, but worried that not putting it off until the Black Rivers are gone will leave the city vulnerable when he's in the hospital.
*'''Mila Kawena''', Trinity Gift Project engineer. TheNicknamer and prankster extraordinaire, it's hard to find a person on the base who ''doesn't'' know Mila, even though she's only just graduated and spent a short term as an intern before. She's a year older than Elian; her graduation was delayed due to an accident she barely survived. Nothing about her makes sense. ''Nothing.''
*'''Jarlan Septimus''', pilot of Blade First. An angry Ghost Seven pilot who becomes Elian's rival. He doesn't seem to agree with Ghost Seven as much as he dislikes the Yasakani Group. The violet Core Gem of self-control ironically provides him with a berserker mode, giving him a lot of power that easily goes out of control.

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''[=Mirror//Eyes=]'' is Tropers/{{Jisu}}'s planned attempt at a SuperRobot series.VisualNovel. Currently firmly in the Unpublished section until she finishes ''Fanfic/FutariWaPrettyCureBlueMoon''.

Three years ago, seven lights appeared in the sky. A government-owned corporation, This corresponded with the Yasakani Group, investigated and located a mysterious jewel. There are unearthing of seven of jewels that react to the first person who touches them, and the company decides to locate every one. Why? Because as well as one other thing: monsters called Black Rivers have started appearing from rising up out of the sky, earth to destroy everything they see. Not willing to give up on the planet and these jewels, Core Gems, combined send everybody into space if they don't want to go, the government created the Trinity Gift Project to deal with the Yasakani Group's new technology, have the power to stop them. At the same time, a small faction calling itself Ghost Seven isn't happy with the Yasakani Group being responsible for the city's safety, and decides to do whatever they can to stop the Black Rivers themselves. But are that uses the Core Gems combined with new technology to fight them. Though much about the pilots of Mirror First and Mirror Second is a mystery, they really helping anything?

go out and fight wherever a Black River is spotted, while everybody else under Logan Yasakani's command searches for the Core Gems.

Elian Verdant has just gotten his hard-earned degree, but as far as he's concerned, it'll be a few more years before he actually gets anywhere close to what he wants -- if he's lucky. After the ceremony, though, he gets caught in a Black River attack and picked up by a mysterious girl. Saph Yasakani, daughter of the Logan Yasakani Group's president, and pilot of Mirror First, has no choice but to take him into her mech, Mirror First, along while she fights the monster off. When it turns out that Elian has found a Core Gem, too -- and can use it -- he's brought into the Trinity Gift Project.

The main characters are:
*'''Elian Verdant''',
From this, the story begins to branch off, and by Chapter 3, you're firmly into one of three different routes: '''Ruby Blue''', which focuses on Saph, '''Eyes''', which focuses on a CrazyAwesome [[TheEngineer engineer]] named Mila Kawena, and '''Joyful Doll''', which focuses on CapuletCounterpart pilot of Mirror Third. Holds the green Core Gem of courage. A balanced fighter and reasonably intelligent, but easily discouraged and has little faith in himself. However, President Yasakani claims to see something in his eyes.
*'''Saph Yasakani''', pilot of Mirror First. Holds the indigo Core Gem of kindness. She doesn't like people mentioning how much money she has, which she automatically sees as teasing, or if you interrupt her soap operas... but other than that, she's your typical cute girly-girl.
*'''Brandon Eis''', pilot of Mirror Second. Holds the orange Core Gem of honesty, and fights with a giant sword. A farm kid who's having... difficulty with his family, to say the least, he joined the Trinity Gift Project partially because of the free room and board. He's anxiously preparing for a medical operation, but worried that not putting it off until the Black Rivers are gone will leave the city vulnerable when he's in the hospital.
*'''Mila Kawena''', Trinity Gift Project engineer. TheNicknamer and prankster extraordinaire, it's hard to find a person on the base who ''doesn't'' know Mila, even though she's only just graduated and spent a short term as an intern before. She's a year older than Elian; her graduation was delayed due to an accident she barely survived. Nothing about her makes sense. ''Nothing.''
*'''Jarlan Septimus''', pilot of Blade First. An angry Ghost Seven pilot who becomes Elian's rival. He doesn't seem to agree with Ghost Seven as much as he dislikes the Yasakani Group. The violet Core Gem of self-control ironically provides him with a berserker mode, giving him a lot of power that easily goes out of control.
Serena Hughes.



*AmbiguouslyBrown: Elian, as part of an intentional twist on the {{AFGNCAAP}}.



*[[spoiler:BuryYourDisabled: Initially, the only ending for Eyes was a BittersweetEnding where Mila died. The author realized the UnfortunateImplications and added a Good End.]]
*CombatMedic: Blade Third.



*ElectricTorture: [[spoiler:Mila is killed by this, as the Ghost Seven operatives didn't realize she was a cyborg and thus very susceptible to electricity.]]

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*ElectricTorture: [[spoiler:Mila is killed by this, this in the Bad and Regular Ends of Eyes, as the Ghost Seven operatives didn't realize she was a cyborg and thus very susceptible to electricity.]]



*EvilCostumeSwitch: In order to achieve this, [[spoiler:Brainwashed!Saph]] raids [[HellBentForLeather Mila's]] [[{{Stripperiffic}} wardrobe]]. She isn't happy about this. [[spoiler:It turns out to be the best clue they have that the real Saph is indeed [[IKnowYouAreInThereSomewhereFight in there]]; such a wardrobe cue had recently happened on her favourite show.]]
*FirstGirlWins: [[spoiler:And then she dies.]]

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*EvilCostumeSwitch: Invoked in Ruby Blue. In order to achieve this, [[spoiler:Brainwashed!Saph]] raids [[HellBentForLeather Mila's]] [[{{Stripperiffic}} wardrobe]]. She isn't happy about this. [[spoiler:It turns out to be the best clue they have that the real Saph is indeed [[IKnowYouAreInThereSomewhereFight in there]]; such a wardrobe cue had recently happened on her favourite show.]]
*FirstGirlWins: [[spoiler:And then she dies.]]You're a lot more likely to get onto the Joyful Doll route if you meet Serena before Saph or Mila.



**TheLancer: Brandon

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**TheLancer: BrandonBrandon, [[spoiler:and Jarlan in Ruby Blue.]]



**TheBigGuy''/''TheChick: Saph

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**TheBigGuy''/''TheChick: SaphSaph, and Serena in Joyful Doll.
*FragileSpeedster: Blade Second.
*GlassCannon: Mirror First.
*HealingHands: The power of the yellow Core Gem. How it's used depends on who's got it.



*JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Elian himself, to a point.

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*JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Elian himself, to Mila is a point.female version.
*TheMario: Mirror Third.
*MightyGlacier: Mirror Second.


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*OnlySaneMan: Elian, a lot of the time.
*OptionalPartyMember: One per route. In Ruby Blue, [[spoiler:Jarlan defects and replaces Saph when Ghost Seven kidnaps her.]] In Eyes, [[spoiler:saving Mila means she can complete and unveil Mirror Fourth, fighting with the rest of the group.]] In Joyful Doll, Serena ends up defecting to Trinity Gift early on.
*PsychoRangers: The Ghost Seven pilots.
*RockThemeNaming: Commander Logan Yasakani (named for the Logan Sapphire) and his children, Saph and Citrine. Their surname comes from the Yasakani no Magatama.
*RoyGBiv: The Core Gems.

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