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* AlternateEnding:
** A short story included on the Yumemigusa blurays provides a happy version, where You/Arata's illness is cured by sending just the illness to the other world, where it's easily cured. So the actors get to do a dramatic DiedInYourArmsTonight scene, but the fans still get a version where they don't die.

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AdaptationalAlternateEnding: A short story included on the Yumemigusa blurays provides a happy version, where You/Arata's illness is cured by sending just the illness to the other world, where it's easily cured. So the actors get to do a dramatic DiedInYourArmsTonight scene, but the fans still get a version where they don't die.



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!The Eight Staqe: Tsukino Empire - Unleash your mind - :

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!The Eight Staqe: Stage: Tsukino Empire - Unleash your mind - :


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* TheNoseKnows: How Arata finds Hajime taking a nap outside - "Tama's nose, and my instincts - the perfect combination" (Tama is his panther Shinjuu).

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* ElegantGothicLolita: The aesthetic of this entry generally has this style to it.

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* SpaceOpera: Not only is it going for this aesthetic, but it actually does fit all of the ten points on the list on the trope page (the DistressedDude would be Shun).

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* EvilChancellor: The Vice Chancellor, the most powerful figure in the empire outside of the royal family, who doesn't trust Hajime, the mysterious but extremely powerful soldier who is seen as humanity's last hope. It turns out, he's the one who isn't quite on humanity's side.


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* OmnicidalManiac: The Vice Chancellor wants to witness the end of humanity first hand, which is why he opposes Hajime, who is seen as humanity's last hope.


Each production features a play in the first part, and a dance live in the second part, in which the cast performs their songs as idols, and interacts with the audience.




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The Dance Live setlist featured the 2014 duet songs.



The dance live setlist featured the 2014 duet songs.




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The dance live setlist featured a variety of solo songs, with backup from members of the same units.





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The dance live setlist featured the 2014 duet songs, some of which were performed during the play itself.



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The dance live setlist featured solo songs, with backup from each member's same year pair of the opposite unit. (e.g. Gravi's senior pair danced backup for both Procella senior members' solos, etc.)


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The dance live setlists featured solo songs, with backup from each member's same year pair of the opposite unit. (e.g. Gravi's senior pair danced backup for both Procella senior members' solos, etc.)


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The dance live setlist featured the solo ending songs from the first anime season, featuring rotating backup.


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The dance lives had two different setlists, one featuring the 2014 duets (for the first time with the four new cast members), the other featuring the ED songs from the first anime season.





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\n\n* SugarApocalypse: The same CastFullOfPrettyBoys, but this time, with bunny ears! What could go wrong?



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* DarkerAndEdgier: This play featured a notable ToneShift from the previous entries. It was not the first to feature a canon-character death, but it was meant to be heavier. It was the first play not to feature the "Mutsuki-kun" improv comedy segments, in regards to which, the official website said, "please understand, the rabbits are sensitive to changes in temperature."
* EndOfTheWorldSpecial: If the villain is defeated, [[spoiler: Shun will die as well, since they are connected. Hajime]] refuses to accept that, and draws on this power...


The final performances of each production are filmed for bluray releases.





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\nStories about Gravi and Procella's everyday lives. Ran 2016/4/23-5/1 in Tokyo.




The middle (nenchuu) pairs are preparing to make their stage debuts in a play called Yumemigusa, a fantasy story based on the {{UsefulNotes/Shinsengumi}}, when suddenly, they are pulled into another world. In that world, they are the Shinsengumi, and Arata or You (depending on the version) is Okita, dying of a disease. All twelve members have been summoned to this world that is on the brink of its end, in order to give him a chance at life in a peaceful world. But the idols might just have the key to saving that world...
Ran 2016/10/27-31 in Tokyo.




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An OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent in a rural town, unsatisfied with his boring life, decides to invite idols to his school in order to liven things up and lessen the students' anxieties about graduation.
This play was unusual for the series in that the Six Gravity and Procellarum version were completely separate plays, with completely separate stories and different original characters.
Ran 2017/3/8-12 and 3/17-26 in Tokyo




In the middle of their Halloween party, Six Gravity and Procellarum find themselves transported to the Magical World, where they are told that they have to recover a set of magical crystals in order to be released. And their dorm pets are along for the adventure with them - in human form!
Ran 2017/10/11-15 in Tokyo




An alternate universe, where the members made up the royal courts of two kingdoms of rabbits.
Ran 2017/11/30-12/3



While filming on location in Nara (and making a visit to You's family and meeting his older brothers), the idols encounter a mysterious red-haired young man in the forest, and find themselves transported into another world. It turns out the mysterious young man, Koutarou, is a tengu, and the younger brother of two rival tengu village leaders. In order to get back to the human world, the idols will have to help the two brothers and their villages reconcile, and defeat the mysterious "dark tengu" that have been attacking both villages. And somehow, Koutarou is at the center of everything.
Ran 2018/10/18-11/4 in Tokyo




Ran 2018/12/5-9 in Tokyo and 2018/12/13-16 in Osaka.





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\nRan 2019/03/26-31 in Tokyo, and featured the [[{{Theatre/Tsukipro}} SQS]] cast as guest stars.


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!2.5 Dimension Dance Live Tsukiuta - Side.Black and Side.White:


!Act 2:
Yumemigusa:



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!Tropes appearing in Tsukino Empire - Unleash your mind - :

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!Tropes appearing in !The Eight Staqe: Tsukino Empire - Unleash your mind - ::
A SpaceOpera AU that first appeared in the pamphlet and art set made for Animate Girls Fest 2015.
In a world where mysterious sentient spaceships are attacking humanity, it seems that the end of the world has come. But then, humanity is saved when defectors from the attacking fleet decide to help them. Taking the form of BondCreatures known as Shinjuu, these powerful beings bond with selected humans, giving them the power to fight back against the invasion. The only people capable of partnering with the highest level Shinjuu are Imperial Prince Shun, and Admiral Mutsuki Hajime, a mysterious man who appeared suddenly with no apparent background...




* HeroWithBadPublicity: When the Vice Chancellor finds out that [[spoiler: that Hajime isn't human, but the same sort of creature as "Them", he accuses Hajime and Shun and their fleets of treason against humanity,]] and they become this.



* MildlyMilitary: They wear the uniforms, but there really isn't much military action going on in this play.



* MildlyMilitary: They wear the uniforms, but there really isn't much military action going on in this play.

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* MildlyMilitary: They wear MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold: Hajime, the uniforms, most powerful soldier in the empire's army, who appeared suddenly one day with no connections, but there really can bond with the highest level Shinjuu, the only person besides Prince Shun who can. The audience knows that he is pure kindness, because we know Hajime from the rest of the franchise, but this isn't clear to the other characters in-universe. However, a few characters, like Arata, do trust him without much military action going on in this play.of a reason why. Why Aoi asks Arata why he's so sure that Hajime is good, Arata says, "because his hands are kind."

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* BareYourMidriff: You, partially, as seen in the picture.

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[[caption-width-right:350: Nenchuu feature.]]


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[[caption-width-right:350: Featuring Kuronencho and Shironenshou]]


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[[caption-width-right:350: Featuring the Leaders]]


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[[caption-width-right:350: Nenshou feature.]]

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* HonoraryTrueCompanion: Koutarou, to the main cast, especially the middles.


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* HonoraryTrueCompanion: CanonForeigner characters Chitose and Ogi are these to the juniors and middles, respectively, in this story.


* GorgeousGarmetGeneration: [[spoiler: Hajime's Imperial costume]] apparently appears spontaneously when he enters [[spoiler: the Heart of the World]].

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* GorgeousGarmetGeneration: GorgeousGarmentGeneration: [[spoiler: Hajime's Imperial costume]] apparently appears spontaneously when he enters [[spoiler: the Heart of the World]].


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* LadyAndKnight: Or, prince and knight. In a flashback scene, Prince Shun, upon first meeting Kai, tells him, "Alright, it's settled! You will be my knight!" Kai reacts with confusion, but by the time of the story, he has gotten used to it, and they have fallen into this pattern.

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