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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Over 170+ obtainable princes and yet only one Heroine that plays a prominent part of the stories. Sometimes, side characters (which can be either male or female) are mentioned in-text but they don't have a sprite and are only mentioned because of some relation to the princes.


* HelloInsertNameHere: The Heroine. The Heroine not only doesn't have a default name and she goes unnamed even in the anime.

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* HelloInsertNameHere: The Heroine. The Heroine not only doesn't have a default name and name, she goes unnamed even in the anime.

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* HelloInsertNameHere: The Heroine. The Heroine not only doesn't have a default name and she goes unnamed even in the anime.

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* ThreeStatSystem: Health Points (HP), Attack (ATK), and Recovery Points (RP).

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* TacticalRockPaperScissors: For the attributes, leading to increased attack and defense against the disadvantaged attribute. Passion beats gentle which beats cool which beats passion. Cute and sexy are super effective against each other, leading to increased attack but also decreased defense against the other.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Excluding the Heroine, there are 178 characters that regularly cycle in and out for the in-game events with more characters yet to be released.


* DudeLooksLikeALady: Turmari, my god, Turmari.


* AmbiguousTimePeriod: The Main Story Part 1 and 2 have ambiguous time placing and though you can assume that Part 2 occurs after Part 1, the length of time between the two parts is unknown. In addition, the game events take place in an ambiguous time frame. Whether the events occur in a linear fashion or occur as a sort of alternate universe and whether they are in the same timeline as previous stories is unknown. Despite all this (including having the name of months being mentioned, having birthday versions of the princes and the fact that time should have passed over the course of the Main Story), most princes are still said to be the same age.

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* AmbiguousTimePeriod: The Main Story Part 1 and 2 have ambiguous time placing and though you can assume that Part 2 occurs after Part 1, the length of time between the two parts is unknown. In addition, the game events take place in an ambiguous time frame. Whether the events occur It is assumed to have occurred in a linear fashion or occur as a sort of alternate universe and whether they are in the same timeline as previous stories is unknown.due to the rare comments made by the princes in reference to past events. Despite all this (including having the name of months being mentioned, having birthday versions of the princes and the fact that time should have passed over the course of the Main Story), most princes are still said to be the same age.

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* FloatingContinent: Every single country is a floating continent. The only way to travel to and fro is on a 'moon road' on a floating ship.


* AgelessBirthdayEpisode: There are birthday versions of some of princes with stories celebrating the birthdays of either the prince or Hime. They have little lasting effect outside those stories.

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* AgelessBirthdayEpisode: There are birthday versions of some of princes with stories celebrating the birthdays of either the prince or Hime.the Heroine. They have little lasting effect outside those stories.

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* WarriorPrince: Pretty much every prince can fight, either using weapons or magic or other means.

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* AgelessBirthdayEpisode: There are birthday versions of some of princes with stories celebrating the birthdays of either the prince or Hime. They have little lasting effect outside those stories.


The television anime centers around a newly introduced prince named Kihel, whose lost all memories of himself aside for his given name. He encounters and tags along with the [[NoNameGiven lead heroine]] aka. [[PlayerCharacter The Princess of Traumere]], the princess’ butler [[SeriesMascot Navi]], and the poster-boy of ''Yume 100,'' Prince Avi of Alstoria on their quest to defeat dream-eaters in hopes to regain his memories and full identity.

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The [[TheAnimeOfTheGame television anime anime]] centers around a newly introduced prince named Kihel, whose lost all memories of himself aside for his given name. He encounters and tags along with the [[NoNameGiven lead heroine]] aka. [[PlayerCharacter The Princess of Traumere]], the princess’ butler [[SeriesMascot Navi]], and the poster-boy of ''Yume 100,'' Prince Avi of Alstoria on their quest to defeat dream-eaters in hopes to regain his memories and full identity.



* OfficialCosplayGear: Replicas of the Prince Rings and the Princess Ring sold by Liefel.



* TheAnimeOfTheGame

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* TakeYourTime: It is possible to get by through the game without playing any of the Main Story missions. It is also possible to play Main Story Part 2 before Part 1 so completing any of the stories is up to the player.


* OfficiallyShortenedTitle: Yume100

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* OfficiallyShortenedTitle: Yume100[=Yume100=]

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