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* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: It's telling that her character page still spoils that one important event that starts off the plot is when [[spoiler: Rei sends Neptune to Alternate Gamindustri via a portal]].

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* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: FirstEpisodeTwist: It's telling that her character page still spoils that one important event that starts off the plot is when [[spoiler: Rei sends Neptune to Alternate Gamindustri via a portal]].


* QueerFlowers: The RelationshipValues between every pair of playable characters are referred to as "lily points."



* RelationshipValues: Determine how helpful the party member in the EquippableAlly position will be. In a frightening lack of subtlety, they're called [[LesYay Lily points]].

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* RelationshipValues: Determine how helpful the party member in the EquippableAlly position will be. In a frightening lack of subtlety, they're called [[LesYay [[QueerFlowers Lily points]].


** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander , while Iris Heart is a sadist domimatrix (referencing Sega's aggression towards Nintendo during the Genesis's lifespan and their pushes to appear more mature in America during the mid-90s, with games such as ''VideoGame/NightTrap'' and the Genesis port of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'').

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** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander , CloudCuckooLander, while Iris Heart is a sadist domimatrix {{dominatrix}} (referencing Sega's aggression towards Nintendo during the Genesis's lifespan and their pushes to appear more mature in America during the mid-90s, with games such as ''VideoGame/NightTrap'' and the Genesis port of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'').


** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander (referencing Sega of Japan), while Iris Heart is a sadist domimatrix (referencing Sega's pushes with the Genesis to appear more mature in America, with games such as ''VideoGame/NightTrap'' and the Genesis port of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'').

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** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander (referencing Sega of Japan), , while Iris Heart is a sadist domimatrix (referencing Sega's aggression towards Nintendo during the Genesis's lifespan and their pushes with the Genesis to appear more mature in America, America during the mid-90s, with games such as ''VideoGame/NightTrap'' and the Genesis port of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'').


** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander (referencing Sega of Japan), while Iris Heart is a sadist domimatrix (referencing Sega's push with the Genesis to appear more mature in America). In addition, Iris Heart's .

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** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander (referencing Sega of Japan), while Iris Heart is a sadist domimatrix (referencing Sega's push pushes with the Genesis to appear more mature in America). In addition, Iris Heart's .America, with games such as ''VideoGame/NightTrap'' and the Genesis port of ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'').


** Ultradimension Blanc's main trim in this game is actually red instead of white/silver (referencing the original colors of the Famicom), while White Heart doesn't like noobs and is even more aggressive than her Hyperdimension counterpart, referencing Nintendo's aggressive pushes to prevent [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil digital piracy]](such as the Seal of Quality and lock-out chips in the NES and SNES) in the 80s and 90s.

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** Ultradimension Blanc's main trim in this game is actually red instead of white/silver (referencing the original colors of the Famicom), while White Heart doesn't like noobs and is even more aggressive than her Hyperdimension counterpart, referencing Nintendo's aggressive pushes to prevent [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil digital piracy]](such as the Seal of Quality and lock-out chips in the NES and SNES) in the 80s and 90s.


** Blanc's main trim in this game is actually red instead of white/silver, while White Heart doesn't like noobs and is aggressive.

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** Ultradimension Blanc's main trim in this game is actually red instead of white/silver, white/silver (referencing the original colors of the Famicom), while White Heart doesn't like noobs and is aggressive.even more aggressive than her Hyperdimension counterpart, referencing Nintendo's aggressive pushes to prevent [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil digital piracy]](such as the Seal of Quality and lock-out chips in the NES and SNES) in the 80s and 90s.



** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander, while Iris Heart is {{Yandere}}.

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** Plutia is a CloudCuckooLander, CloudCuckooLander (referencing Sega of Japan), while Iris Heart is {{Yandere}}.a sadist domimatrix (referencing Sega's push with the Genesis to appear more mature in America). In addition, Iris Heart's .

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* JerkassBall: Neptune, Plutia, and the Ultra Dimension versions of Noire, Blanc, and Vert all have moments where they suddenly act unusually self-centered, petty, or otherwise jerkish. For Neptune, it arguably lasts throughout the entire game, especially during the "[[NonIndicativeName Good]]" Ending. At least Plutia and the Ultra versions of Noire, Blanc, and Vert have the excuse of having been normal humans before becoming [=CPUs=], and thus, it's likely they let the power go to their heads.


%%Shorthand for the second game should be capitalized as mk2, not Mk2 or mk-2. For the third game, use Victory, not V, since the English name has been confirmed to use the former, and the Japanese title has both.

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%%Shorthand for the second game should be capitalized as mk2, not Mk2 [=Mk2=] or mk-2. For the third game, use Victory, not V, since the English name has been confirmed to use the former, and the Japanese title has both.


* EpicFail: Among other things, the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy [[CrowningMomentOfFunny conversation]].

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* EpicFail: Among other things, the UsefulNotes/VirtualBoy [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments conversation]].

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* FixFic: The remake essentially serves as one for fans who hated Neptune being a giant jerk towards Nepgear and Noire.


** One of the most {{egregious}} examples of this trope is the "[x] Style" lineup, which consists of the original "[x]" and remaking them in Item Development with an "Invisibility Cloth", which can be used as early as Chapter 3. The buying price, for example, of a "Monochrome Jersey" is 5000 credits. The selling price of a Monochrome Style is a whopping ''1.25 Million'' credits.

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** One of the most {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} examples of this trope is the "[x] Style" lineup, which consists of the original "[x]" and remaking them in Item Development with an "Invisibility Cloth", which can be used as early as Chapter 3. The buying price, for example, of a "Monochrome Jersey" is 5000 credits. The selling price of a Monochrome Style is a whopping ''1.25 Million'' credits.



* LevelGrinding: This game has more grinding than a strip-club. While all of the games have this to an extent, it's {{egregious}} compared to the prequel, actually coming close to requiring you to grind as much as the first one did. If you don't, you ''will'' get killed.

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* LevelGrinding: This game has more grinding than a strip-club. While all of the games have this to an extent, it's {{egregious}} JustForFun/{{egregious}} compared to the prequel, actually coming close to requiring you to grind as much as the first one did. If you don't, you ''will'' get killed.


* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking : When [[spoiler: Hyperdimension Rei starts attacking Ultradimension Planeptune, Neptune lists suggestions for what's happening.]]
-->'''Neptune: Lightning? Earthquake? An oil spill lit on fire? A really strict father?'''



* BreadEggsMilkSquick: When [[spoiler: Hyperdimension Rei starts attacking Ultradimension Planeptune, Neptune lists suggestions for what's happening.]]
-->'''Neptune: Lightning? Earthquake? An oil spill lit on fire? A really strict father?'''


** [[spoiler: Rei's land, back when she was still a CPU goddess was called [[{{Atari}} Tari]]. And the reason why it doesn't exist anymore is thanks to [[UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashof1983 The Great Crash]].]]

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** [[spoiler: Rei's land, back when she was still a CPU goddess was called [[{{Atari}} [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tari]]. And the reason why it doesn't exist anymore is thanks to [[UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashof1983 The Great Crash]].]]


* TimeSkip: [[spoiler: Three, actually.]] It's been a few years in-game since the events of Mk2 (enough that Neptune and Nepgear's levels would drop from laziness and Purple Heart's breasts would grow some). [[spoiler: And after Nep is sent to the past Gameindustri, after Chapter 1, a ''three year'' timeskip takes place. The remaining two are a period of 5 and 10 years, the latter confirmed, the former hinted due to the aging of Iffy, Compa and Peashy. The latter timeskip allows for Iffy and Compa to age to adulthood and the new nation of Eden to become prosperous.]]

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* TimeSkip: [[spoiler: Three, actually.]] It's been a few years in-game since the events of Mk2 ''mk2'' (enough that Neptune and Nepgear's levels would drop from laziness and Purple Heart's breasts would grow some). [[spoiler: And after Nep is sent to the past Gameindustri, after Chapter 1, a ''three year'' timeskip takes place. The remaining two are a period of 5 and 10 years, the latter confirmed, the former hinted due to the aging of Iffy, Compa and Peashy. The latter timeskip allows for Iffy and Compa to age to adulthood and the new nation of Eden to become prosperous.]]

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