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** A stage play adaptation of ''Overdose'' was announced in June of 2020, but was ultimately cancelled.


* ActorAllusion: The concept of the virtuadolls is a thinly-veiled reference to the {{Music/Vocaloid}} phenomenon, with µ being an {{Expy}} of flagship character Hatsune Miku. So it stands to reason that [[{{Creator/AsamiShimoda}} Asami Shimoda]], whose most famous role is that of Miku's successor Vocaloids Kagamine Rin and Len, would voice µ's counterpart virtuadoll Aria.
* ContractualPurity: In a similar vein to the infamous case from ''Manga/{{Kannagi}}'', this reaction occurred in the Japanese fandom with Kotono and TheReveal that [[spoiler:she's a single mother]].

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* ActorAllusion: The concept of the virtuadolls is a thinly-veiled reference to the {{Music/Vocaloid}} Music/{{Vocaloid}} phenomenon, with µ being an {{Expy}} of flagship character Hatsune Miku. So it stands to reason that [[{{Creator/AsamiShimoda}} [[Creator/AsamiShimoda Asami Shimoda]], whose most famous role is that of Miku's successor Vocaloids Kagamine Rin and Len, would voice µ's counterpart virtuadoll Aria.
* ContractualPurity: In a similar vein to the infamous case from ''Manga/{{Kannagi}}'', ''Manga/KannagiCrazyShrineMaidens'', this reaction occurred in the Japanese fandom with Kotono and TheReveal that [[spoiler:she's a single mother]].


** The anime went through a few concepts for Ritsu before settling on what they did, including him being a sentient virus made to counteract μ and an elderly man on his deathbed.

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** The anime went through a few concepts for Ritsu before settling on what they did, including him being a sentient virus made to counteract μ and an elderly man on his deathbed.deathbed.
* TheWikiRule: [[https://caligula.fandom.com/wiki/Caligula_Wiki Caligula Wiki]].
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* ActorAllusion: The concept of the virtuadolls is a thinly-veiled reference to the {{Music/Vocaloid}} phenomenon, with µ being an {{Expy}} of flagship character Hatsune Miku. So it stands to reason that {{Creator/AsamiShimoda}}, whose most famous role is that of Miku's successor Vocaloids Kagamine Rin and Len, would voice µ's counterpart virtuadoll Aria.

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* ActorAllusion: The concept of the virtuadolls is a thinly-veiled reference to the {{Music/Vocaloid}} phenomenon, with µ being an {{Expy}} of flagship character Hatsune Miku. So it stands to reason that {{Creator/AsamiShimoda}}, [[{{Creator/AsamiShimoda}} Asami Shimoda]], whose most famous role is that of Miku's successor Vocaloids Kagamine Rin and Len, would voice µ's counterpart virtuadoll Aria.

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* ActorAllusion: The concept of the virtuadolls is a thinly-veiled reference to the {{Music/Vocaloid}} phenomenon, with µ being an {{Expy}} of flagship character Hatsune Miku. So it stands to reason that {{Creator/AsamiShimoda}}, whose most famous role is that of Miku's successor Vocaloids Kagamine Rin and Len, would voice µ's counterpart virtuadoll Aria.

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* ContractualPurity: In a similar vein to the infamous case from ''Manga/{{Kannagi}}'', this reaction occurred in the Japanese fandom with Kotono and TheReveal that [[spoiler:she's a single mother]].


* RealLifeRelative: The male and female protagonists are voiced by siblings Chiharu Sawashiro and Creator/MiyukiSawashiro, respectively.

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* RealLifeRelative: The male and female protagonists are voiced by siblings Chiharu Sawashiro and Creator/MiyukiSawashiro, respectively.respectively.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** In the game, Mifue (and by extension, Mirei) was originally going to have a [[WhipItGood whip]] as her weapon, but it was too difficult to animate on the Vita's hardware, so they went with a [[DropTheHammer hammer]] instead. In ''Overdose'', Eiji and Stork ended up using whips.
** The anime went through a few concepts for Ritsu before settling on what they did, including him being a sentient virus made to counteract μ and an elderly man on his deathbed.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Owing to Creator/YuichiroUmehara being hospitalized due to acute disseminated encephalomyelitis, Creator/TomoakiMaeno voices Izuru from Episode 9 onwards in the anime.
* RealLifeRelative: The male and female protagonists are voiced by siblings Chiharu Sawashiro and Creator/MiyukiSawashiro, respectively.

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