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* '''The Program:''' In the year 2025, America has become a military dictatorship. Citizens are obligated to serve two five year periods of military service (more if they've committed a crime), the Internet is heavily filtered, and, above all else, Americans are taught that their country and their military are top priority. About four times a year, a school and grade is picked on "Announcement Day," and with it, students from that group. They are to die for their country in a death game.

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* '''The Program:''' In the year 2025, America has become a military dictatorship. Citizens are obligated to serve two five year periods of military service (more if they've committed a crime), the Internet is heavily filtered, and, above all else, Americans are taught that their country and their military are top priority. About four times a year, a school and grade is picked on "Announcement Day," and with it, students from that group. They are to die for their country in a death game. May be retiring as a setting due to its bleakness and parallels to real-world issues.



* '''SOTF: Evolution:''' A mysterious organization kidnaps teenagers and [[PlayingWithSyringes experiments on them]], giving them new powers and mutations. However, they need to see who is the strongest. And they have a way of testing that. Has had only one version so far.

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* '''SOTF: Evolution:''' A mysterious organization kidnaps teenagers and [[PlayingWithSyringes experiments on them]], giving them new powers and mutations. However, they need to see who is the strongest. And they have a way of testing that. Has had There has been only one version so far.



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* AmericaTakesOverTheWorld: Part of the setting's premise. They've still got a long way to go, however.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''The Program'' is perhaps one of the darkest and most serious renditions of SOTF, even surpassing v1 and v2 in its [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism bleakness and hopelessness.]] Its universe is actually the most in line with [[Literature/BattleRoyale the source material]], though.
* {{Eagleland}}: ''The Program'' is very much a Type 2, even though they'd say otherwise.



* AmericaTakesOverTheWorld: The premise behind ''The Program''. They've still got a long way to go, however.

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* AmericaTakesOverTheWorld: The premise behind ''The Program''. They've still got a long way to go, however.



* DarkerAndEdgier: ''The Program'' is perhaps one of the darkest and most serious renditions of SOTF, even surpassing v1 and v2 in its [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism bleakness and hopelessness.]] Its universe is actually the most in line with [[Literature/BattleRoyale the source material]], though.



* {{Eagleland}}: ''The Program'' is very much a Type 2, even though they'd say otherwise.

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* TheStoic: Amy Barrows-Shaw is described as having a perpetual poker face.


* TheStoic: Amy Barrows-Shaw is noted for having a perpetual poker face.

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* TheStoic: Amy Barrows-Shaw is noted for described as having a perpetual poker face.


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* TheStoic: Amy Barrows-Shaw is noted for having a perpetual poker face.


* HellIsThatNoise: Leslie Lowell forgets to put on his bandanna early on, which causes people nearby to panic and/or get angry as the beeping noise blares through the area.

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* HellIsThatNoise: Leslie Lowell forgets refused to put on his bandanna early on, which causes people nearby to panic and/or get angry as the beeping noise from his collar blares through the area.

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* HellIsThatNoise: Leslie Lowell forgets to put on his bandanna early on, which causes people nearby to panic and/or get angry as the beeping noise blares through the area.

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* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Ivan Rodriguez gets subjected to this by The Respects early on.

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* EmbarrassingFirstName: Pippi Bloodworth's first name is actually Pineapple. Needless to say, she goes by Pippi more often.

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* {{Fangirl}}: Aside from the various [[AscendedFan SOTF fans]], Ashanti Baker is a major follower of 36 winner and pop singer Louisa Lynn.

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* CordonBleughChef: A RunningGag in sandbox is characters making bizarre food combinations and choices. Examples include drinking hot sauce straight from the bottle, wrapping well-cooked steak with milk-soaked bread, putting mustard flavored ice cream on gluten-free potato bread, a mixture of fountain drinks, and an ungodly amount of chicken nuggets with various condiments.


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* {{Jerkass}}:
** Laura Hakstok revels in riling people up, [[WithFriendsLikeThese casually insults her best friend]] while [[ToxicFriendInfluence also being a negative influence]], and blatantly disrespects the host's rules at a party. That's only the start of her nastiness.
** Junji Yamada's EstablishingCharacterMoment is writing derogatory comments about the various female students at school in his yearbook. Many of the other students are disgusted by him for a reason.


* ContinuityNod: The mentor HQ is explicitly the same cruise ship that was an area in TV1.

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* ContinuityNod: The mentor HQ is explicitly the same cruise ship that was an area in TV1.[=TV1=].


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* WildTeenParty: A sandbox arc dealt with a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_party hurricane party]] hosted at one of the students' house.

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* ContinuityNod: The mentor HQ is explicitly the same cruise ship that was an area in TV1.
* {{Goth}}: A significant amount of characters this season are goth or an adjacent subculture. Aside from [[LateArrivalSpoiler the return of Jewel Evans]] as a mentor and Emmy Soon (another mentor), we have [[TheBully Bacchia Rubus]], [[GenkiGirl Bethan Gayle]], [[SadClown Mary Cheung]], [[AscendedFan Calla Evans]] (no relation), [[TheGadfly Sylvain Kessler]], and [[EyePatchOfPower Vasily Ivanov]].
* MalevolentMaskedMan: "The Respects" are a group of players who, among other things, wear masks made from cut-up pillowcases.
* OnlyInMiami: This season's students were taken from a private school in Miami. The stereotype and culture get lampshade hung a lot.


* LoveDodecahedron: Vahka Basayev and Pia Malone are FriendsWithBenefits. Vahka also has slept with Regina Aston. Dougie Sharpe was dating Pia and [[YourCheatingHeart cheated on her]] with Regina (the former and him broke up, but for unrelated reasons). You'll need a chart for this one.

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* LoveDodecahedron: Vahka Basayev and Pia Malone are FriendsWithBenefits. Vahka also has slept with Regina Aston. Dougie Sharpe was dating Pia and [[YourCheatingHeart cheated on her]] her with Regina (the former and him broke up, but for unrelated reasons). You'll need a chart for this one.

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* WinsByDoingAbsolutelyNothing: [[spoiler:Maxwell Lombardi survives with a grand total of zero kills]].

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