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''I-Chu'' also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel ''Fun×Fan×Gift''. In 2019, the series also expanded into new projects: the game received a sister mobile game called ''Etoile Stage'', while an anime was announced the same year.

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''I-Chu'' also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel ''Fun×Fan×Gift''. In 2019, the series also expanded into a new projects: spinoff: the game received a sister mobile game called ''Etoile Stage'', while an anime for said spinoff was announced the same year.


''I-Chu'' also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel ''Fun×Fan×Gift''.

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''I-Chu'' also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel ''Fun×Fan×Gift''.
''Fun×Fan×Gift''. In 2019, the series also expanded into new projects: the game received a sister mobile game called ''Etoile Stage'', while an anime was announced the same year.


* SeriesMascot: Kumakocho, the president of the school.

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* SeriesMascot: Kumakocho, the president of the school. He gets some focus in the way of AprilFoolsDay cards at times.


* FeaturelessProtagonist: Averted. The Producer is canonically female, and she does have a [[https://twitter.com/ichu_official/status/614032966730133504 canonical design]], but it is never seen in-game. ** Nevermind just having a design, she also has a canon backstory, and a name (Yuzuki Asahina). Whatever the player names her can be seen as a nickname instead.

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* FeaturelessProtagonist: Averted. The Producer is canonically female, and she does have a [[https://twitter.com/ichu_official/status/614032966730133504 canonical design]], but it is never seen in-game. in-game.
** Nevermind just having a design, she also has a canon backstory, and a name (Yuzuki Asahina). Whatever the player names her can be seen as a nickname instead.


* {{Crossover}}: With fellow Liber Entertainment game ''VideoGame/{{A3}}'' in 2017.

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* {{Crossover}}: With fellow Liber Entertainment game ''VideoGame/{{A3}}'' ''VideoGame/{{A 3}}'' in 2017.


* Crossover: With fellow Liber Entertainment game ''VideoGame/{{A3}}'' in 2017.

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* Crossover: {{Crossover}}: With fellow Liber Entertainment game ''VideoGame/{{A3}}'' in 2017.

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* Crossover: With fellow Liber Entertainment game ''VideoGame/{{A3}}'' in 2017.


Needs More Wiki Magic

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Needs More Wiki MagicNeedsWikiMagicLove.

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Needs More Wiki Magic


** Expert. They're easy to clear through guts and constitution alone, but [=SSSing=]? Might takes some time.

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** Expert. They're easy to clear through guts and constitution alone, but [=SSSing=]? Might takes take some time.



** Taken UpToEleven, because now they're teasing at a Nightmare Mode.

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** Taken UpToEleven, because now they're teasing at UpToEleven with the teaser of a Nightmare Mode.


* CerebusSyndrome: Starts to hit with the Music Awards arc, when P-Chan's past was revealed.
** One of the members from the new unit looks to hold a grudge against P-Chan, so the syndrome is only going to hit harder and harder.

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* CerebusSyndrome: CerebusSyndrome:
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Starts to hit with the Music Awards arc, when P-Chan's past was is revealed.
** One of the members from the new a unit looks to hold a grudge against P-Chan, so the syndrome is only going to hit harder and harder.



* LostForever:
** Event [=LEs=]. Dropped too many tiers to get another LE, so you could idolize your boy? Too bad.
** Special Scout [=SRs / LEs=] often come back in Republishing Scouts.



* PowerOfFriendship: Huge emphasis this in story mode.

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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** Event [=LEs=]. Dropped too many tiers to get another LE, so you could idolize your boy? Too bad.
** Special Scout [=SRs / LEs=] often come back in Republishing Scouts.
* PowerOfFriendship: Huge There's a huge emphasis on this in story mode.


''I-Chu'', sometimes written as ''Aichuu'' is mobile [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] RhythmGame, featuring a CastFullOfPrettyBoys.

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''I-Chu'', sometimes written as ''Aichuu'' is mobile [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] RhythmGame, featuring a CastFullOfPrettyBoys.
CastFullOfPrettyBoys. The story focuses on you, the Producer, who acts as teachers for boys who strive to become idols.


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* CerebusSyndrome: Starts to hit with the Music Awards arc, when P-Chan's past was revealed.
** One of the members from the new unit looks to hold a grudge against P-Chan, so the syndrome is only going to hit harder and harder.


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* PowerOfFriendship: Huge emphasis this in story mode.


->'''Kumakocho:''' That's right! I'm not going to call you idols! I will call you all "I-chuu"~♪\\
'''Mutsuki:''' What do you mean by "I-chuu"?\\
'''Kumakocho:''' Idols on the way~(Tochuu-on the way) Isn't it perfect for you guys?~

''I-Chu''/''Aichuu'' is [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] RhythmGame that has a fair amount of English player base, made by Liber Entertainment. It's a mobile rhythm game similar to Franchise/LoveLive, with the key differences being that there aren't any female characters ([[WholesomeCrossdresser the 'female ones' just look female]]), asides from [[PlayerCharacter you]], dubbed [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep the Producer]].

Seiya Aido, a cheerful boy raised in America, came to Japan to study at Etoile Vio Academy to become a "Samurai Idol" to chase after his idol, Tsubaki Rindo of Tenjyou Tenge. However, he's not the only idol that came to the Academy, there's a bunch of fresh blood, classified as 'Third Generation'. You, the Producer, are tasked with taking care of them throughout Story Mode. You're free to technically romance them during Affection Stories, or you can skip through them just for the rewards.

Like any other rhythm games, ''Aichuu'' is constantly updating with new events, special scouts, and Story Mode has yet to end. It has a total of 36 songs available to play, but at the end of every month, a new song gets released.

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->'''Kumakocho:''' That's right! I'm not going to call you idols! I will call you all "I-chuu"~♪\\
"I-Chu"~♪\\
'''Mutsuki:''' What do you mean by "I-chuu"?\\
"I-Chu"?\\
'''Kumakocho:''' Idols on the way~(Tochuu-on the way) way~ Isn't it perfect for you guys?~

''I-Chu''/''Aichuu'' is [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] RhythmGame that has a fair amount of English player base, made by Liber Entertainment. It's a mobile rhythm game similar to Franchise/LoveLive, with the key differences being that there aren't any female characters ([[WholesomeCrossdresser the 'female ones' just look female]]), asides from [[PlayerCharacter you]], dubbed [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep the Producer]].

Seiya Aido, a cheerful boy raised in America, came to Japan to study at Etoile Vio Academy to become a "Samurai Idol" to chase after his idol, Tsubaki Rindo of Tenjyou Tenge. However, he's not the only idol that came to the Academy, there's a bunch of fresh blood, classified
''I-Chu'', sometimes written as 'Third Generation'. You, the Producer, are tasked with taking care of them throughout Story Mode. You're free to technically romance them during Affection Stories, or you can skip through them just for the rewards.

Like any other rhythm games,
''Aichuu'' is constantly updating with new events, special scouts, and Story Mode has yet to end. It has mobile [[NoExportForYou Japanese-only]] RhythmGame, featuring a total of 36 songs available to play, but at the end of every month, a new song gets released.
CastFullOfPrettyBoys.



* BribingYourWayToVictory: Aichuu discs. You can log in daily to be rewarded them, complete affection stories, story modes, SSS songs, or... buy them for a relatively hefty amount of yen. Naturally, the last option is available to only a few. You can use Aichuu discs to scout 11 times, or completely restore the LP meter (except you have candies and lollipops for that anyway).

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* BribingYourWayToVictory: Aichuu discs. You can log in daily to be rewarded them, complete affection stories, story modes, SSS songs, or... buy them for a relatively hefty amount of yen. Naturally, the last option is available to only a few. You can use Aichuu discs to scout 11 times, boost your score in Tour and Group festivals, or completely restore the LP meter (except you have candies and lollipops for that anyway).



* CerebusSyndrome: Hits hard when the Music Award arc kicks in.



* EarlyGameHell: Played straight during events. Inverted when it comes to getting Aichuu discs. Most 10+1's are easily done early, but if you get to Rank 100, saving up 5 discs is a ''miracle''.
* FeaturelessProtagonist: Averted. The Producer is canonically female, and she does have a [[https://twitter.com/ichu_official/status/614032966730133504 canonical design]], but it is never seen in-game. Nevermind just having a design, she also has a canon backstory, and a name (Yuzuki Asahina). Whatever the player names her can be seen as a nickname instead.

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* EarlyGameHell: Played straight during events. Inverted when it comes to getting Aichuu discs. Most 10+1's are easily done early, but if you get to Rank 100, saving up 5 discs is a ''miracle''.
* FeaturelessProtagonist: Averted. The Producer is canonically female, and she does have a [[https://twitter.com/ichu_official/status/614032966730133504 canonical design]], but it is never seen in-game. ** Nevermind just having a design, she also has a canon backstory, and a name (Yuzuki Asahina). Whatever the player names her can be seen as a nickname instead.



* ShipTease: ALL OVER THE PLACE. Doubles as HoYay between the boys.

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* ShipTease: ALL OVER THE PLACE. Doubles as HoYay between the boys.


Seiya Aido, a cheerful boy raised in America, came to Japan to study at Etoile Vio Academy to become a 'Samurai Idol' to chase after his idol, Tsubaki Rindo of Tenjyou Tenge. However, he's not the only idol that came to the Academy, there's a bunch of fresh blood, classified as 'Third Generation'. You, the Producer, are tasked with taking care of them throughout Story Mode. You're free to technically romance them during Affection Stories, or you can skip through them just for the rewards.

Like any other rhythm games, Aichuu is constantly updating with new events, special scouts, and Story Mode has yet to end. It has a total of 36 songs available to play, but at the end of every month, a new song gets released.

I-Chu also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel ''Fun×Fan×Gift''.

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Seiya Aido, a cheerful boy raised in America, came to Japan to study at Etoile Vio Academy to become a 'Samurai Idol' "Samurai Idol" to chase after his idol, Tsubaki Rindo of Tenjyou Tenge. However, he's not the only idol that came to the Academy, there's a bunch of fresh blood, classified as 'Third Generation'. You, the Producer, are tasked with taking care of them throughout Story Mode. You're free to technically romance them during Affection Stories, or you can skip through them just for the rewards.

Like any other rhythm games, Aichuu ''Aichuu'' is constantly updating with new events, special scouts, and Story Mode has yet to end. It has a total of 36 songs available to play, but at the end of every month, a new song gets released.

I-Chu ''I-Chu'' also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel ''Fun×Fan×Gift''.


I-Chu also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel [=FunxFanxGift=].

As per TheWikiRule, I-Chu has its own [[http://i-chu.wikia.com/wiki/I-chu_Wikia wiki]] here.

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I-Chu also expands its characters' backstories in its also NoExportForYou light novel [=FunxFanxGift=].

As per TheWikiRule, I-Chu has its own [[http://i-chu.wikia.com/wiki/I-chu_Wikia wiki]] here.
''Fun×Fan×Gift''.

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