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* LongTitle: Try saying or typing the name of this game multiple times, we dare you. This is the reason why every mention of this game on trope pages on the wiki uses the official shortened name ''[=AkaSeka=]''.


[[caption-width-right:350:[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Some]] of the characters appearing in the game. The female PlayerCharacter is situated in the middle. Clockwise from bottom right: [[{{Tsundere}} Takasugi Shinsaku]], [[HeroesLoveDogs Tokugawa Tsunayoshi]], [[UndyingLoyalty Mori]] [[RoseHairedSweetie Ranmaru]], [[KindheartedCatLover Natsume]] [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sōseki]], [[PerpetualSmiler Abe no Seimei]], [[TheDandy Fujiwara]] [[UpperClassTwit no]] [[{{Narcissist}} Teika]], [[BigBrotherInstinct Kamina]] [[AlwaysIdenticalTwins and]] [[TheKlutz Ōna]], [[ManChild Tokugawa Iemitsu]], [[{{Workaholic}} Shōtoku-taishi]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters Some]] of the characters appearing in the game. The female PlayerCharacter is situated in the middle. Clockwise from bottom right: [[{{Tsundere}} Takasugi Shinsaku]], [[HeroesLoveDogs Tokugawa Tsunayoshi]], [[UndyingLoyalty Mori]] [[RoseHairedSweetie Ranmaru]], [[KindheartedCatLover Natsume]] [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sōseki]], [[PerpetualSmiler Abe no Seimei]], [[TheDandy Fujiwara]] [[UpperClassTwit [[RoyalBrat no]] [[{{Narcissist}} Teika]], [[BigBrotherInstinct Kamina]] [[AlwaysIdenticalTwins and]] [[TheKlutz Ōna]], [[ManChild Tokugawa Iemitsu]], [[{{Workaholic}} Shōtoku-taishi]]]]

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* JidaiGeki: [[LongList Of the]] [[UpToEleven Yayoi-Asuka, Heian, Sengoku, Edo and Meiji-Shōwa periods]]. Also mythology.

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* WhamLine: [[spoiler:"I don't believe in this world" says [[EvilAllAlong Seimei]].]]

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** SpiritualPredecessor: It also seems to be this to ''VideoGame/SengokuNightBlood'', developed by another studio and released later in the same year. It also shares the same premise of a woman from the real world on a quest to restore a SealedGoodInACan for a world filled with historical figure stand-ins, though this game borrows figures from ''all eras of Japanese history'' as opposed to ''[=SenBura=]'''s only borrowing from the Sengoku period.


* BigBad: [[EvilGod Susano'o]], who [[spoiler: caused Amatsukami's desperation and disappearance, goaded an emotionally broken Seimei into serving as his high priest and tricking the company into granting him more power, among other heinous acts.]]

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* BigBad: [[EvilGod Susano'o]], who [[spoiler: caused Amatsukami's desperation and disappearance, goaded an [[DespairEventHorizon emotionally broken broken]] Seimei into serving as his high priest and tricking the company into granting him more power, among other heinous acts.]]



* LoveRuinsTheRealm: [[spoiler: A type 2 occurs among the three great deities leading to Amatsukami's disappearance. Tsukuyomi and Amatsukami fell in love with one another. This was kept secret from Susano'o, but he found out anyway, broke off the alliance and betrayed the two. Out of desperation. Amatsukami turned herself into a SealedGoodInACan.]]

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* LoveRuinsTheRealm: [[spoiler: A type 2 occurs among the three great deities leading to Amatsukami's disappearance. Tsukuyomi and Amatsukami fell in love with one another. This was kept secret from Susano'o, but he found out anyway, broke off the alliance and betrayed the two. Out of desperation.despair. Amatsukami turned herself into a SealedGoodInACan.]]


* LevelUpFillUp: The energy bar will be reset (that is, the maximum value of the bar will be added to the remaining energy regardless of the amount of energy left, overflowing the bar) when the player levels up.

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* LevelUpFillUp: The energy bar will be reset (that is, the maximum value of the bar will be added to the remaining energy regardless of the amount of energy left, [[ReadingsAreOffTheScale overflowing the bar) bar]]) when the player levels up.


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* ReadingsAreOffTheScale: When the energy bar is refilled regardless of method (by paying tokens or leveling up), you'll not get the amount of energy you have lost, but ''the max value'' of energy added to the remaining amount.


* TheGhost: Katakura Kojūrō from Ikusa, Tokugawa Yoshiie from Kō and Kondō Isami from Baku. The last one is also a case of NoOneSeesTheBoss.

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* TheGhost: Katakura Kojūrō from Ikusa, Tokugawa Yoshiie Ieyasu from Kō and Kondō Isami from Baku. The last one is also a case of NoOneSeesTheBoss.


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* LighterAndSofter: To the historical periods that it mimics, especially the Sengoku and Bakumatsu periods.


* {{Cap}}: Characters have different level caps depending on their rarities. Awakening a character will raise his rarity by 1 star and subsequently the cap by 5 levels. The cap can be expanded 4 times at maximum by fusing the character with a duplicate or an owl of matching rarity; expanding all 4 times ''and'' reaching the resulting max level is a requirement to unlocking the final (red) chapters.

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* {{Cap}}: Characters have different level caps depending on their rarities. Awakening a character will raise his rarity by 1 star and subsequently the cap by 5 levels. The cap can be expanded 4 times at maximum by fusing the character with a duplicate or an owl of matching rarity; expanding all 4 times ''and'' reaching the resulting max level is a requirement to unlocking the final (red) blue chapters.



* SpellLevels: The skills of rarity 3 or higher characters' will be upgraded to a more powerful, "full-throttle" version after clearing the extra chapter (blue chapter) provided at the end of their routes. You'll have to drag him into battle frequent enough to max out his tile level in order to unlock it though.

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* SpellLevels: The skills of rarity 3 or higher characters' will be upgraded to a more powerful, "full-throttle" version after clearing the extra chapter (blue epilogue (red chapter) provided at the end of their routes. You'll have to drag him into battle frequent enough to max out his tile level in order to unlock it though.


** NegativeContinuity: … But even if you view the game as running on this, some storylines clearly cannot take place chronologically or in parallel. For example: the original plot for the ''Waga Kimi no Rei Naraba'' event has the heroine join in on the rescue mission, while the redux plot (that introduces new versions of Mitsunari and Rikyū) has her stay behind in Nobunaga's fortress while Nobunaga and his men go on the rescue. Even the main original plot and, say, Hanbē's individual story version have some differences. The main one has both Hanbē and Mitsuhide rescued at the same time fairly late into the story, while Hanbē's version has him rescued first near the beginning.

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** NegativeContinuity: AlternateContinuity: … But even if you view the game as running on this, some storylines clearly cannot take place chronologically or in parallel. For example: the original plot for the ''Waga Kimi no Rei Naraba'' event has the heroine join in on the rescue mission, while the redux plot (that introduces new versions of Mitsunari and Rikyū) has her stay behind in Nobunaga's fortress while Nobunaga and his men go on the rescue. Even the main original plot and, say, Hanbē's individual story version have some differences. The main one has both Hanbē and Mitsuhide rescued at the same time fairly late into the story, while Hanbē's version has him rescued first near the beginning.


* PowerMakeover: You can give your characters a power boost as well as a different appearance by Awakening them. Most characters have two Awakened forms, a Yang form and a Yin form. In order to Awaken, you have to collect a certain amount of Awakening materials and coins as well as unlock and read the character's individual story up to the branching point. Each chapter from chapter 1 to the branching point provides two options that either increase the character's Yang or Yin points; after clearing the chapters, if the character's Yang point count is higher, you can give them a Yang Awakening, and same goes for Yin. You can also tip the scale in the other direction by using the Yang or Yin elixir to add more points even after you've read all the chapters.

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* PowerMakeover: You can give your characters a power boost as well as a different appearance by Awakening them. Most characters have two Awakened forms, a Yang form and a Yin form. In order to Awaken, you have to collect a certain amount of Awakening materials and coins as well as unlock and read the character's individual story up to the branching point. Each chapter from chapter 1 to the branching point provides two options that either increase the character's Yang or Yin points; after clearing the chapters, if the character's Yang point count is higher, you can give them a Yang Awakening, and same goes for Yin. You can also tip the scale in the other direction by using the Yang or Yin elixir to add more points even after you've read all the chapters. Everyone's rarity increases by 1 star after Awakening.


** Also, just attacking in general. The more cleared tiles, the more powerful.



* GeoEffects: All characters will get bonus experience points fighting in their native countries.


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* HomeFieldAdvantage: All characters will get bonus experience points fighting in their native countries. Goes without saying that {{crossover}} characters, who aren't native to this world, don't have this advantage.


* SuddenlyVoiced: In any story mode, ''most'' lines from the men aren't voiced. Justified because of the HelloInsertNameHere thing (though there are rare exceptions). Voiced lines will have a loudspeaker icon appearing next to the character's name above the dialogue box.

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* SuddenlyVoiced: In any story mode, ''most'' lines from the men Men of Tsukuyomi aren't voiced. Justified because of the HelloInsertNameHere thing (though there are rare exceptions). Voiced lines will have a loudspeaker icon appearing next to the character's name above the dialogue box.

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* SuddenlyVoiced: In any story mode, ''most'' lines from the men aren't voiced. Justified because of the HelloInsertNameHere thing (though there are rare exceptions). Voiced lines will have a loudspeaker icon appearing next to the character's name above the dialogue box.


* HelloInsertNameHere: The name of the Miko of the Sun is decided by the player, and other characters will address her accordingly. However, a large number of them just call her "[[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Miko]]". In the manga, her name is Amamiya Akari.

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* HelloInsertNameHere: The name of the Miko of the Sun is decided by the player, and other characters will address her accordingly.accordingly (if a line containing her name is voiced, the character will say a second-person pronoun instead of the name). However, a large number of them just call her "[[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Miko]]". In the manga, her name is Amamiya Akari.

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