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* PaintingTheMedium: In request 15, each time a radio puzzle is solved, the music in the wheat field area gets changed accordingly to the channel the guidebook alluded to.
** After Edo [[spoiler:vanishes mysteriously during Request 16]], Sue replaces him in his functions until the final chapter. This includes the save screens.

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* PaintingTheMedium: In request 15, 14, each time a radio puzzle is solved, the music in the wheat field area gets changed accordingly to the channel the guidebook alluded to.
** After Edo [[spoiler:vanishes mysteriously during Request 16]], 15]], Sue replaces him in his functions until the final chapter. This includes the save screens.

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* PaintingTheMedium: In request 15, each time a radio puzzle is solved, the music in the wheat field area gets changed accordingly to the channel the guidebook alluded to.
** After Edo [[spoiler:vanishes mysteriously during Request 16]], Sue replaces him in his functions until the final chapter. This includes the save screens.


* WhamLine: A small one occurs at the end of Request 8: when questioned about the place where she and Seiji were raised, Yuuri answers that they were Shelter Kids. This casts off any doubts about this game being standalone.

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* WhamLine: A small one occurs at the end of Request 8: when questioned questioning about the place where she and Seiji were a couple was raised, Yuuri answers Sumio learns that they were Shelter Kids. This casts off any doubts about this game being standalone.

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Edo acts really cranky in Request 11, and just orders to [[ContinueYourMissionDammit get on with the game's assignment already]]. The loading screen for the next chapter reveals that he had too many drinks.

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* WhamLine: A small one occurs at the end of Request 8: when questioned about the place where she and Seiji were raised, Yuuri answers that they were Shelter Kids. This casts off any doubts about this game being standalone.


* VoiceGrunting: Inflected sound effects take the place of voice acting, making the dialogue sound like some strange sort of warped, muffled gobbledygook. [[spoiler:When it's revealed that the player character, Sumio Mondo, is actually [[TheSilverCase Sumio Kodai]], [[HidingTheHandicap it all makes sense.]]]]

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* VoiceGrunting: Inflected sound effects take the place of voice acting, making the dialogue sound like some strange sort of warped, muffled gobbledygook. [[spoiler:When it's revealed that the player character, Sumio Mondo, is actually [[TheSilverCase Sumio Kodai]], [[HidingTheHandicap it all makes sense.comes together.]]]]


* VoiceGrunting: Inflected sound effects take the place of voice acting, making the dialogue sound like some strange sort of warped, muffled gobbledygook. [[spoiler:When it's revealed that the player character, Sumio Mondo, is actually Sumio Kodai, [[HidingTheHandicap it all makes sense.]]]]

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* VoiceGrunting: Inflected sound effects take the place of voice acting, making the dialogue sound like some strange sort of warped, muffled gobbledygook. [[spoiler:When it's revealed that the player character, Sumio Mondo, is actually [[TheSilverCase Sumio Kodai, Kodai]], [[HidingTheHandicap it all makes sense.]]]]


* VoiceGrunting: Inflected sound effects take the place of voice acting.

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* VoiceGrunting: Inflected sound effects take the place of voice acting.acting, making the dialogue sound like some strange sort of warped, muffled gobbledygook. [[spoiler:When it's revealed that the player character, Sumio Mondo, is actually Sumio Kodai, [[HidingTheHandicap it all makes sense.]]]]


* TalkingAnimal: Christina, the pink alligator. Who happens to be male.

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* TalkingAnimal: Christina, the pink alligator. Who [[spoiler:Who happens to be male.]]


* NotAMorningPerson: Sumio declares himself this at the beginning of Request 1. And indeed, he isn't; in most chapters, he stumbles and falls face-first to the floor after he gets out of bed. [[spoiler:There's someone under the bed tripping him.]]

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* NotAMorningPerson: Sumio declares himself this at the beginning of Request 1. And indeed, he isn't; isn't, as in most chapters, chapters he stumbles and falls face-first to the floor after he gets out of bed. [[spoiler:There's bed, then proceeds to take so long drinking his morning coffee that he's always too late to catch the hotel's breakfast. [[spoiler:As for the tripping, it's later revealed that there's been someone under the bed tripping him.]]


* IdiotHero: Many characters treat Sumio like one. He's not truly an idiot, [[GoodIsDumb he's just so passive and helpful that he allows people to treat him badly and take advantage of him for their own needs to the point of not being able to do the job he was actually hired for.]]

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* IdiotHero: Many characters treat Sumio like one. He's not truly an idiot, [[GoodIsDumb he's just so passive and helpful that he allows people to treat him badly and take advantage of him for their own needs needs, to the point of not being able to do the job he was actually hired for.]]


* IdiotHero: Many characters treat Sumio like one.

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* IdiotHero: Many characters treat Sumio like one. He's not truly an idiot, [[GoodIsDumb he's just so passive and helpful that he allows people to treat him badly and take advantage of him for their own needs to the point of not being able to do the job he was actually hired for.]]


''Flower, Sun, and Rain'' (known as ''Hana to Taiyō to Ame to'' in Japanese) is an AdventureGame developed by Creator/GrasshopperManufacture and written and directed by Creator/Suda51 for the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 in 2001. The game revolves around Sumio Mondo, a "searcher" who finds things using his silver briefcase/computer who he refers to as Catherine. Sumio has come to Lospass Island to take on a job by Edo, manager of the Hotel Flower, Sun, and Rain. Apparently, a bomb has been planted on an airplane by a terrorist, and Sumio must find it and defuse it. The next day, though, he becomes sidetracked and the plane flies over the island and explodes.

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''Flower, Sun, and Rain'' (known as ''Hana to Taiyō to Ame to'' in Japanese) is an AdventureGame developed by Creator/GrasshopperManufacture and written and directed by Creator/Suda51 for the UsefulNotes/Playstation2 in 2001. The game revolves around Sumio Mondo, a "searcher" who finds things using his silver briefcase/computer who he refers to as Catherine. Sumio has come to Lospass Island to take on a job by Edo, manager of the Hotel Flower, Sun, and Rain. Apparently, a bomb has been planted on an airplane by a terrorist, and Sumio must find it and defuse it. The next day, though, he becomes unwillingly sidetracked by forces out of his control, and the plane flies over the island and explodes.


''Flower, Sun, and Rain'' (known as ''Hana to Taiyō to Ame to'' in Japanese) is an AdventureGame developed by Creator/GrasshopperManufacture and written and directed by Creator/Suda51 for the Playstation 2 in 2001. The game revolves around Sumio Mondo, a "searcher" who finds things using his silver briefcase/computer who he refers to as Catherine. Sumio has come to Lospass Island to take on a job by Edo, manager of the Hotel Flower, Sun, and Rain. Apparently, a bomb has been planted on an airplane by a terrorist, and Sumio must find it and defuse it. The next day, though, he becomes sidetracked and the plane flies over the island and explodes.

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''Flower, Sun, and Rain'' (known as ''Hana to Taiyō to Ame to'' in Japanese) is an AdventureGame developed by Creator/GrasshopperManufacture and written and directed by Creator/Suda51 for the Playstation 2 UsefulNotes/Playstation2 in 2001. The game revolves around Sumio Mondo, a "searcher" who finds things using his silver briefcase/computer who he refers to as Catherine. Sumio has come to Lospass Island to take on a job by Edo, manager of the Hotel Flower, Sun, and Rain. Apparently, a bomb has been planted on an airplane by a terrorist, and Sumio must find it and defuse it. The next day, though, he becomes sidetracked and the plane flies over the island and explodes.



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''Flower, Sun, and Rain'' (known as ''Hana to Taiyō to Ame to'' in Japanese) is an AdventureGame developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and written and directed by Creator/Suda51 for the Playstation 2 in 2001. The game revolves around Sumio Mondo, a "searcher" who finds things using his silver briefcase/computer who he refers to as Catherine. Sumio has come to Lospass Island to take on a job by Edo, manager of the Hotel Flower, Sun, and Rain. Apparently, a bomb has been planted on an airplane by a terrorist, and Sumio must find it and defuse it. The next day, though, he becomes sidetracked and the plane flies over the island and explodes.

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''Flower, Sun, and Rain'' (known as ''Hana to Taiyō to Ame to'' in Japanese) is an AdventureGame developed by Grasshopper Manufacture Creator/GrasshopperManufacture and written and directed by Creator/Suda51 for the Playstation 2 in 2001. The game revolves around Sumio Mondo, a "searcher" who finds things using his silver briefcase/computer who he refers to as Catherine. Sumio has come to Lospass Island to take on a job by Edo, manager of the Hotel Flower, Sun, and Rain. Apparently, a bomb has been planted on an airplane by a terrorist, and Sumio must find it and defuse it. The next day, though, he becomes sidetracked and the plane flies over the island and explodes.

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