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* ZettaiRyouiki: Sana.


* ImplausibleHairColor: The Japanese Sana, having blonde hair.

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* ImplausibleHairColor: The Japanese Sana, having blonde hair. Though they might be dyed.


* HairDecorations: Sana's hair band and gold ring.



* ZettaiRyouiki: Sana.

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* ZettaiRyouiki: Sana.Sana.
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%%* DifficultyLevels

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%%* DifficultyLevels* DifficultyLevels: Which can severely bite you in the ass if you don't use Sana and Leo, due to Phase 6 forcing you to use them.



* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "hero's" [[spoiler:straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]

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* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "hero's" "heroes" [[spoiler:straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]


** Strangely though, [[spoiler:after you get your full party back at the end of Phase 6,]] the rest of your party members are instantly upgraded to the same level as your highest level charcter.
* CastFromHitPoints: Many abilities cost life points; magic points are rather used to keep your MIND up and running, as well as serving as replacement for life points as they do so.
* CerebusSyndrome: Phase 6, during which [[spoiler:a Door is opened at the school and the [=MINDs=] begin attacking students. The phase ends with Shizuku being kidnapped.]] Also, Phase 9, which ends with [[spoiler:the party having to fight and kill a ten year old boy.]]

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** Strangely though, [[spoiler:after you get your full party back at the end of Phase 6,]] the rest of your party members are instantly upgraded to the same level as your highest level charcter.
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* CastFromHitPoints: Many abilities cost life points; magic points are rather used to keep your MIND up and running, as well as serving as a replacement for life points as they do so.
* CerebusSyndrome: Phase 6, during which [[spoiler:a Door is opened at the school and the [=MINDs=] begin attacking students. The phase ends with Shizuku being kidnapped.]] Also, Phase 9, which ends with [[spoiler:the party having to fight and kill a ten year old ten-year-old boy.]]



* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler:After Shizuku is kidnapped by Togetsu, Kanade starts giving Kei calls about where she will be next, only for the heroes to go through a new dungeon and meet one of the villains at the end, who refuses to answer their questions and dispatch some monsters to deal with them before teleporting away. It happnens twice.]]

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* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler:After Shizuku is kidnapped by Togetsu, Kanade starts giving Kei calls about where she will be next, only for the heroes to go through a new dungeon and meet one of the villains at the end, who refuses to answer their questions and dispatch some monsters to deal with them before teleporting away. It happnens happens twice.]]



* PhenotypeStereotype: The one non-Japanese character is blonde haired and blue eyed.

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* PhenotypeStereotype: The one non-Japanese character is blonde haired and blue eyed.blue-eyed.



* TheStinger: [[spoiler:There's a post credits scene where The Undertaker welcomes a new customer to her shop, mimicking her dialogue at the beginning of the game. Also, there's a scene before that of Shizuku waking up in the Inner Realm.]]

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* TheStinger: [[spoiler:There's a post credits post-credits scene where The Undertaker welcomes a new customer to her shop, mimicking her dialogue at the beginning of the game. Also, there's a scene before that of Shizuku waking up in the Inner Realm.]]


'''''Mind Zero''''', stylized '''''MIND≒0''''', is a dungeon crawler role-playing video game developed for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita portable video game console. It was developed jointly by Acquire and Class of Heroes developer [=ZeroDiv=], and published by Gung Ho Online Entertainment. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2013, and in May 2014 in Europe and North America by Aksys Games, with a Steam release following on March 8, 2016. The story centers around two worlds: the "normal" world, taking place in the Akihabara, Yokohama, Amamiya, and Nippori regions in Japan and a "crazy spiritual world".

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'''''Mind Zero''''', stylized '''''MIND≒0''''', is a dungeon crawler role-playing video game developed for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita portable video game console. It was developed jointly by Acquire and Class of Heroes ''VideoGame/ClassOfHeroes'' developer [=ZeroDiv=], and published by Gung Ho [=GungHo=] Online Entertainment. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2013, and in May 2014 in Europe and North America by Aksys Games, Creator/AksysGames, with a Steam release following on March 8, 2016. The story centers around two worlds: the "normal" world, taking place in the Akihabara, Yokohama, Amamiya, and Nippori regions in Japan and a "crazy spiritual world".


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** Strangely though, [[spoiler: after you get your full party back at the end of Phase 6,]] the rest of your party members are instantly upgraded to the same level as your highest level charcter.

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** Strangely though, [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after you get your full party back at the end of Phase 6,]] the rest of your party members are instantly upgraded to the same level as your highest level charcter.



* DamselInDistress: [[spoiler: Shizuku.]]
* DifficultyLevels
* DungeonCrawling

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* DamselInDistress: [[spoiler: Shizuku.[[spoiler:Shizuku.]]
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** DishingOutDirt
** PlayingWithFire
** MakingASplash
** BlowYouAway

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** %%** DishingOutDirt
** %%** PlayingWithFire
** %%** MakingASplash
** %%** BlowYouAway



* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler: After Shizuku is kidnapped by Togetsu, Kanade starts giving Kei calls about where she will be next, only for the heroes to go through a new dungeon and meet one of the villains at the end, who refuses to answer their questions and dispatch some monsters to deal with them before teleporting away. It happnens twice.]]

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* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler: After [[spoiler:After Shizuku is kidnapped by Togetsu, Kanade starts giving Kei calls about where she will be next, only for the heroes to go through a new dungeon and meet one of the villains at the end, who refuses to answer their questions and dispatch some monsters to deal with them before teleporting away. It happnens twice.]]



* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Phase 6 forces you to use Leo and Sana, [[spoiler: due to the situation being too urgent to get any other party members, as well as the police perimeter set around the school.]] However, there's nothing stopping you from leaving, heading to a different area, and grinding in a different dungeon. You still can't change party members, though. Even if you stop at Yoichi's agency.

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* GameplayAndStorySegregation: Phase 6 forces you to use Leo and Sana, [[spoiler: due [[spoiler:due to the situation being too urgent to get any other party members, as well as the police perimeter set around the school.]] However, there's nothing stopping you from leaving, heading to a different area, and grinding in a different dungeon. You still can't change party members, though. Even if you stop at Yoichi's agency.



* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "hero's" [[spoiler: straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]

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* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "hero's" [[spoiler: straight [[spoiler:straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]



* RedEyesTakeWarning
* SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack
* SequelHook: [[spoiler: The entire ending of the game resolves nothing and sets up about 3 different plot threads, such as Shizuku supposedly being made Empress of the [=MINDs=], the inspector dying before he could tell Watanabe the truth about [=MINDs=] and the man in the white suit supposedly looking for the party on behalf of the "Old Men." The game just ends with a black text screen saying "This is only the beginning."]]

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* %%* RedEyesTakeWarning
* %%* SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack
* SequelHook: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The entire ending of the game resolves nothing and sets up about 3 different plot threads, such as Shizuku supposedly being made Empress of the [=MINDs=], the inspector dying before he could tell Watanabe the truth about [=MINDs=] and the man in the white suit supposedly looking for the party on behalf of the "Old Men." The game just ends with a black text screen saying "This is only the beginning."]]


** Additionally, [[spoiler:Leo apparently has a subservient contract with his [=MIND=], meaning it will eventually consume him and he will lose his free will.]] This is dropped almost immediately after it's brought up and is never mentioned again.

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** Additionally, [[spoiler:Leo apparently has a subservient contract with his [=MIND=], meaning it will eventually consume him and he will lose his free will.]] This is dropped almost immediately after it's brought up and is never mentioned again. Though Lina states immediately after that as long as he doesn't void his contract in any way, he'll be perfectly fine.


* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "Hero's" [[spoiler: straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]

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* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "Hero's" "hero's" [[spoiler: straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]


Mind Zero, stylized MIND≒0, is a dungeon crawler role-playing video game developed for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita portable video game console. It was developed jointly by Acquire and Class of Heroes developer [=ZeroDiv=], and published by Gung Ho Online Entertainment. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2013, and in May 2014 in Europe and North America by Aksys Games, with a Steam release following on March 8, 2016.

The story centers around two worlds: the "normal" world, taking place in the Akihabara, Yokohama, Amamiya, and Nippori regions in Japan and in a "crazy spiritual world".

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Mind Zero, '''''Mind Zero''''', stylized MIND≒0, '''''MIND≒0''''', is a dungeon crawler role-playing video game developed for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita portable video game console. It was developed jointly by Acquire and Class of Heroes developer [=ZeroDiv=], and published by Gung Ho Online Entertainment. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2013, and in May 2014 in Europe and North America by Aksys Games, with a Steam release following on March 8, 2016.

2016. The story centers around two worlds: the "normal" world, taking place in the Akihabara, Yokohama, Amamiya, and Nippori regions in Japan and in a "crazy spiritual world".



** Also [[spoiler:Leo apparently has a subservient contract with his [=MIND=], meaning it will eventually consume him and he will lose his free will.]] This is dropped almost immediately after it's brought up and is never mentioned again.
* BattleButler: Lina's MIND is also her butler.

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** Also Additionally, [[spoiler:Leo apparently has a subservient contract with his [=MIND=], meaning it will eventually consume him and he will lose his free will.]] This is dropped almost immediately after it's brought up and is never mentioned again.
* BattleButler: Lina's MIND is also her butler.butler too.



* {{Bishonen}}: Commented on in-game that Sana's MIND is one.

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* {{Bishonen}}: Commented on in-game It [[TropeTalk is mentioned in-game]] that Sana's MIND is one.

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* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: The "Hero's" [[spoiler: straight up murder a 10 year old boy working for [[BigBad Togetsu]] simply because Togetsu [[IJustWanttoHaveFriends was the first person who wanted to be friends with him.]] After his death, they fail to inform his parents (who filed a missing child report) that he died and he is never brought up again.]]


Mind Zero, stylized MIND≒0, is a role-playing video game developed for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita portable video game console. It was developed jointly by Acquire and Class of Heroes developer [=ZeroDiv=], and published by Gung Ho Online Entertainment. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2013, and in May 2014 in Europe and North America by Aksys Games, with a Steam release following on March 8, 2016.


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Mind Zero, stylized MIND≒0, is a dungeon crawler role-playing video game developed for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita portable video game console. It was developed jointly by Acquire and Class of Heroes developer [=ZeroDiv=], and published by Gung Ho Online Entertainment. It was released in Japan on August 1, 2013, and in May 2014 in Europe and North America by Aksys Games, with a Steam release following on March 8, 2016.

The story centers around two worlds: the "normal" world, taking place in the Akihabara, Yokohama, Amamiya, and Nippori regions in Japan and in a "crazy spiritual world".


* HeKnowsTooMuch: In the ending, [[spoiler:inspector Hioaki Kamata is killed by a car bomb to prevent him from telling the truth about [=MIND=]s.

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* HeKnowsTooMuch: In the ending, [[spoiler:inspector Hioaki Kamata is killed by a car bomb to prevent him from telling spreading the truth about [=MIND=]s.]]


* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler: After Shizuku is kidnapped by Togetsu, Kanade starts giving Kei calls about where she will be next, only for the heroes to go through a new dungeon and meet one of the villains at the end, who refuses to answer their questions and dispatch some monsters to deal with them before teleporting away.]]
** LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading: You get loadings for: loading the game, entering/leaving a dungeon (also when moving between floors) and changing party members in the menu.

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* FakeLongevity: [[spoiler: After Shizuku is kidnapped by Togetsu, Kanade starts giving Kei calls about where she will be next, only for the heroes to go through a new dungeon and meet one of the villains at the end, who refuses to answer their questions and dispatch some monsters to deal with them before teleporting away. It happnens twice.]]
** {{Backtracking}}: Unless you can find the "teleport spot" while exploring the floor.
** LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading: You get loadings for: loading the a saved game, entering/leaving a dungeon (also when moving between floors) and changing party members in the menu.



* HeKnowsTooMuch: In the ending, [[spoiler:inspector Hioaki Kamata is killed by a car bomb to prevent him from telling the truth about [=MIND=]s.



* NoEnding: [[spoiler:After you defeat the final boss, Shizuku (who, by this point, you have spent half the game trying to rescue) is pulled through the unsealed door to the Inner Realm because "She is going to be made the Empress of the [=MINDs=]." The final boss laughs and says something about "Those old men must be scared shitless right now" then dies. Kei screams [[BigNO NOOO]], then the scene switches to the two cops, with their car EXPLODING for literally no reason. Only the young cop survives, also screaming [[BigNO NOOOOO.]] THEN the scene shifts to some guy in a white suit talking on the phone, then hanging up and wondering if he'll ever meet the party in person. The game finally ends with a black screen of text saying [[SequelHook "This is only the beginning."]]]]

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* NoEnding: [[spoiler:After you defeat the final boss, Shizuku (who, by this point, you have spent half the game trying to rescue) is pulled through the unsealed door to the Inner Realm because "She is going to be made the Empress of the [=MINDs=]." The final boss Togetsu laughs and says something about "Those old men must be scared shitless right now" then dies. Kei screams [[BigNO NOOO]], then the scene switches to the two cops, with their car EXPLODING for literally no reason. Only the young cop survives, also screaming [[BigNO NOOOOO.]] THEN the scene shifts to some guy in a white suit Kanade talking on the phone, then hanging up and wondering if he'll ever meet the party in person. The game finally ends with a black screen of text saying [[SequelHook "This is only the beginning."]]]]



** AbsurdlySharpClaws: Leo's "weapon" is Ogun's left arm.

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** AbsurdlySharpClaws: Leo's "weapon" is Ogun's his MIND's left arm.

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