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''This Starry Midnight We Make'' is a puzzle game by Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about making stars.

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''This Starry Midnight We Make'' is a puzzle game by Cavyhouse Creator/{{Cavyhouse}} and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about making stars.



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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Shingoh's main motivation is learning through direct experimentation whether the Star Basin can actually harness mystical powers and influence the nearby town using methods described in an ancient tome, or if the entire ritual is pseudoscience.



* ParentalMarriageVeto: The old politician at the mansion had aspired for his son to follow in his footsteps and marry the daughter of a notable household, and was furious when he instead eloped with a merchant girl. He considers it [[MyGreatestMistake his greatest mistake]] because the son died shortly after.

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* ParentalMarriageVeto: The old politician at the mansion had aspired for his son to follow in his footsteps and marry the daughter of a notable household, and was furious when he instead eloped with a merchant girl. He considers it [[MyGreatestMistake [[MyGreatestFailure his greatest mistake]] in hindsight, because the son died shortly after.after, which he had to learn through a third party.


''This Starry Midnight We Make'' is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars in a basin and watch them evolve.

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''This Starry Midnight We Make'' is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars making stars.

Hamomoru Tachibana is attending a festival when a wandering train of thought leads her to check out a local shrine. There, she encounters a university student named Chuunyu Shingoh, who is researching the Star Basin at that shrine, curious as to whether the mystical powers it supposedly has are real, or if it's just superstition. Hamomoru assists him by placing stones
in a the basin and watch seeing them evolve.
evolve and shine like stars, but then learns that her ticket home is missing, and gets roped into helping Shingoh further his research until she can leave.

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* BigEater: Hamomoru loves to eat, but the story keeps her from getting a chance.

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* BigEater: Hamomoru loves to eat, food, but the story often keeps her from getting a chance.chance; when she does eat, not even raiding soldiers can interrupt her meal.



* IWillFindYou: The girl working the at the Chinese Restaurant came to Kyoto to locate her brother, who had mysteriously gone missing years earlier.
* ParentalAbandonment: The boy at the Textiles Shop is a HeartwarmingOrphan, and the girl met on Main Street has a father that's always too busy to even talk with her.

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* IWillFindYou: The girl working the at the Chinese Restaurant came to Kyoto Japan to locate her brother, who had mysteriously gone missing years earlier.
* ParentalAbandonment: The boy working at the Textiles Shop is a HeartwarmingOrphan, and the girl schoolgirl met on Main Street has a father that's always too busy to even talk with her.



* UnmovingPlaid: All characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them. Most characters have it scrolling even when the character isn't moving themself.

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* UnmovingPlaid: All characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them. Most characters have it scrolling even when the character themself isn't moving themself.moving.

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* IWillFindYou: The girl working the at the Chinese Restaurant came to Kyoto to locate her brother, who had mysteriously gone missing years earlier.
* ParentalAbandonment: The boy at the Textiles Shop is a HeartwarmingOrphan, and the girl met on Main Street has a father that's always too busy to even talk with her.
* ParentalMarriageVeto: The old politician at the mansion had aspired for his son to follow in his footsteps and marry the daughter of a notable household, and was furious when he instead eloped with a merchant girl. He considers it [[MyGreatestMistake his greatest mistake]] because the son died shortly after.


* FantasticFoxes: The night Hamomoru first finds the mystical basin, she crosses paths with a white fox.
* FishOutOfWater: Hamomoru is not a native of the area where the basin resides, but is stuck in the area after losing her wallet.




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* WingdingEyes: Hamomoru's eyes always have a spiral where the pupils should be.
* WorkOffTheDebt: After Hamomoru realizes her wallet and ticket home are gone, Shingoh offers her a place to stay in exchange for helping his research on the star basin.


'''This Starry Midnight We Make''' is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars in a basin and watch them evolve.

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'''This ''This Starry Midnight We Make''' Make'' is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars in a basin and watch them evolve.


This Starry Midnight We Make is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars in a basin and watch them evolve.

This game provides examples of the following tropes:

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'''This
Starry Midnight We Make Make''' is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars in a basin and watch them evolve.

!! This game provides examples of the following tropes:



* UnmovingPlaid: All characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them. Most characters have it scrolling even when the character isn't moving themself.

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* UnmovingPlaid: All characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them. Most characters have it scrolling even when the character isn't moving themself.themself.

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* UnmovingPlaid: Almost all characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them.

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* UnmovingPlaid: Almost all All characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them.them. Most characters have it scrolling even when the character isn't moving themself.


* ElementsOfNature: Fire, wood, earth, metal and water, which are part of yin and yang.

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* ColorCodedElements: Black is water, red is fire, blue/green is wood, white is metal and yellow is earth.
* ElementsOfNature: Fire, wood, earth, metal and water, which are all part of yin and yang.

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* ElementsOfNature: Fire, wood, earth, metal and water, which are part of yin and yang.

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This Starry Midnight We Make is a puzzle game by Creator/Cavyhouse and later localized by Creator/CarpeFulgur. It is a game about star making. You place stars in a basin and watch them evolve.

This game provides examples of the following tropes:
* BigEater: Hamomoru loves to eat, but the story keeps her from getting a chance.
* ForScience: Shingoh is very fascinated by the star basin and wants to explore its capabilities in full. [[spoiler:Even if it requires human sacrifice.]]
* GuideDangIt: Creating many of the star types requires lots of experimentation or looking things up.
* GoldenEnding: Bringing closure to all the storylines unlocks the true ending.
* UnmovingPlaid: Almost all characters have a tiling pattern in their clothes that moves independently of them.

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