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Has nothing to do with gravel (it's Finnish translation means gravel)


* JustBeforeTheEnd: ''sora'' describes itself as this, as shown by the quote at the top of the page. [[spoiler:Eventually Averted, as Sora’s efforts are shown to have saved the planet.]]

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* JustBeforeTheEnd: ''sora'' describes itself as this, as shown by the quote at the top of the page. [[spoiler:Eventually Averted, as Sora’s efforts are shown led to have saved Suguri being able to save and revive the planet.]]

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* JustBeforeTheEnd: ''sora'' describes itself as this, as shown by the quote at the top of the page. [[spoiler:Eventually Averted, as Sora’s efforts are shown to have saved the planet.]]


The game unfortunately received a terribly-made English localization on June 1st, 2012 by ΩTH who turned out to be an Internet troll by the name of [=FalcomGameFan=]. It involves use of such terms as "[[VideoGame/MegaManX reploids]]" when the characters are actually referred to as "altered humans", a few [[DubNameChange name changes]] that threw its ThemeNaming off, lies about its copy-protection to botch the game from being playable after purchase, swapped music that wasn't even in the game, bugs and glitches that were never present in the original version of the game, and above all else, [[BlindIdiotTranslation a terrible translation]] of the game. Not only that, but the company even copyright flagging videos of the game on Website/YouTube. Fans of the previous ''SUGURI'' series localized by Rockin' Android weren't happy about this, thus leading to [[http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/sora-translation/signatures an online petition]] being formed to get the game professionally localized by someone else. Although the petition didn't get the signatures it needed, near the end of 2015, Fruitbat Factory obtained publishing rights to ''sora'' and eventually released it through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and directly from their website in 2016 with a proper localization and higher resolution visuals. The game's soundtracks, ''Sora no Kakera'' and ''Celeste -SORA EXTRA SOUNDTRACK-'', were also released digitally from Fruitbat Factory.

As with ''SUGURI'' before it, ''sora'' was followed up with a shoot 'em up-fighting game hybrid with ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' released during Comiket 80 in 2011. The game features both the heroines and boss characters of their respective games as playable characters, a Story Mode, an Arcade Mode, a local and online Versus Mode. During it's initial release however, lacked certain key features originally planned for the game and suffered from character balance issues, but thankfully these were through patches. ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' was also localized by Fruitbat Factory in 2018, with similar quality-of-life improvements that ''sora'' received, an online lobby system through Steamworks, and rebalanced gameplay. Sora and some of the boss characters from her game also make an appearance in ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice'' along with characters from ''SUGURI'', ''Flying Red Barrel'', and other games by Orange_Juice. She also makes an unofficial cameo appearance in Daisessen's ''[[VideoGame/LethalCrisis Lethal Crisis: ProtoSphere]]''.

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The game unfortunately received a terribly-made English localization on June 1st, 2012 by ΩTH who turned out to be an Internet troll by the name of [=FalcomGameFan=]. It involves use of such terms as "[[VideoGame/MegaManX reploids]]" when the characters are actually referred to as "altered humans", a few [[DubNameChange name changes]] that threw its ThemeNaming off, lies about its copy-protection to botch poorly-implemented [=SecuROM=] UsefulNotes/{{D|igitalRightsManagement}}RM that botched the game from being playable after purchase, swapped music that wasn't even didn't belong in the game, bugs and glitches that were never present in the original version of the game, and above all else, [[BlindIdiotTranslation a terrible translation]] of the game. game filled with out-of-place pop-culture references. Not only that, but the company even copyright flagging videos of the game on Website/YouTube.Website/YouTube showcasing the dubious quality of the localization. Fans of the previous ''SUGURI'' series localized by Rockin' Android weren't happy about this, thus leading to [[http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/sora-translation/signatures an online petition]] being formed to get the game professionally localized by someone else. Although the petition didn't get the signatures it needed, near the end of 2015, Fruitbat Factory obtained publishing rights to ''sora'' and eventually released it through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and directly from their website in 2016 with a proper localization and higher resolution visuals. The game's soundtracks, ''Sora no Kakera'' and ''Celeste -SORA EXTRA SOUNDTRACK-'', were also released digitally from Fruitbat Factory.

As with ''SUGURI'' before it, ''sora'' was followed up with a shoot 'em up-fighting game hybrid with ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' released during Comiket 80 in 2011. The game features both the heroines and boss characters of their respective games as playable characters, a Story Mode, an Arcade Mode, a local and online Versus Mode. During it's initial release however, lacked certain key features originally planned for the game and suffered from character balance issues, but thankfully these were through patches. ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' was also localized by Fruitbat Factory in 2018, with similar quality-of-life improvements that ''sora'' received, an online lobby system through Steamworks, and rebalanced gameplay. Sora and some of the boss characters from her game also make an appearance in ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice'' along with characters from ''SUGURI'', ''VideoGame/QPShooting'', ''Flying Red Barrel'', and other games by Orange_Juice. She also makes an unofficial cameo appearance in Daisessen's ''[[VideoGame/LethalCrisis Lethal Crisis: ProtoSphere]]''.



* SuddenlyVoiced: For most the game, all the dialogue is entirely text-based, however, during the game's climax between Stages 6-7, Sora [[spoiler:and Star Breaker]] have voice-over dialogue.

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* SuddenlyVoiced: For most the game, all the dialogue is entirely text-based, however, during the game's climax between Stages 6-7, Sora [[spoiler:and Star Breaker]] have voice-over voiced dialogue.



* UpdatedRerelease: Fruitbat Factory's overseas version of ''sora'' features support for higher resolutions, widescreen support, native keyboard and controller remapping, and support for Xbox 360 (or similar) controllers. ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' received a similar treatment for its overseas re-release with a lobby and match making system à la ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice''.

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* UpdatedRerelease: Fruitbat Factory's overseas version of ''sora'' features support for higher resolutions, widescreen support, native keyboard and controller remapping, and support for Xbox 360 (or similar) controllers. ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' received a similar treatment for its overseas re-release with a lobby and match making system à la ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice''.''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice'' along with various gameplay tweaks and rebalancing.


The game unfortunately received a terribly-made English localization on June 1st, 2012 by ΩTH who turned out to an Internet troll by the name of [=FalcomGameFan=]. It involves use of such terms as "[[VideoGame/MegaManX reploids]]" when the characters are actually referred to as "altered humans", a few [[DubNameChange name changes]] that threw its ThemeNaming off, lies about its copy-protection to botch the game from being playable after purchase, swapped music that wasn't even in the game, bugs and glitches that were never present in the original version of the game, and above all else, [[BlindIdiotTranslation a terrible translation]] of the game. Not only that, but the company even copyright flagging videos of the game on Website/YouTube. Fans of the previous ''SUGURI'' series localized by Rockin' Android weren't happy about this, thus leading to [[http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/sora-translation/signatures an online petition]] being formed to get the game professionally localized by someone else. Although the petition didn't get the signatures it needed, near the end of 2015, Fruitbat Factory obtained publishing rights to ''sora'' and eventually released it through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and directly from their website in 2016 with a proper localization and higher resolution visuals. The game's soundtracks, ''Sora no Kakera'' and ''Celeste -SORA EXTRA SOUNDTRACK-'', were also released digitally from Fruitbat Factory.

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The game unfortunately received a terribly-made English localization on June 1st, 2012 by ΩTH who turned out to be an Internet troll by the name of [=FalcomGameFan=]. It involves use of such terms as "[[VideoGame/MegaManX reploids]]" when the characters are actually referred to as "altered humans", a few [[DubNameChange name changes]] that threw its ThemeNaming off, lies about its copy-protection to botch the game from being playable after purchase, swapped music that wasn't even in the game, bugs and glitches that were never present in the original version of the game, and above all else, [[BlindIdiotTranslation a terrible translation]] of the game. Not only that, but the company even copyright flagging videos of the game on Website/YouTube. Fans of the previous ''SUGURI'' series localized by Rockin' Android weren't happy about this, thus leading to [[http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/sora-translation/signatures an online petition]] being formed to get the game professionally localized by someone else. Although the petition didn't get the signatures it needed, near the end of 2015, Fruitbat Factory obtained publishing rights to ''sora'' and eventually released it through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and directly from their website in 2016 with a proper localization and higher resolution visuals. The game's soundtracks, ''Sora no Kakera'' and ''Celeste -SORA EXTRA SOUNDTRACK-'', were also released digitally from Fruitbat Factory.

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* AntiFrustrationFeature: Similarly to ''SUGURI'', while it's possible to get newer weapons by clearing stages with an A Rank or higher, you can also get them through multiple play sessions, regardless of difficulty and whether or not you were able to clear the stages.

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* DummiedOut: The initial release of ''sora'' had four unused music tracks in the game which involved birds chirping along with some calming music, [[spoiler:few recognizable remixes of music from ''SUGURI'']], and a piano piece that stood out from the game's techno and trance soundtrack, all of which were eventually implemented into the game with the v1.1 update [[spoiler:and used in Stage EX]].

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The trailer for the 2012 English version by ΩTH revealed one too many story and gameplay-related aspects of the game, such as showing many of the weapons players can discover (and poorly demonstrating them at that) and a few of the unlockables. [[spoiler:A grievous story spoiler out of nowhere in the trailer includes showing Sora fighting Hime, one of the game's two true final bosses, and a poorly edited clip of Sora falling from the sky after her battle with Star Breaker.]]

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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Like Suguri, Sora spins around as she perform forward dashes.


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* ProtagonistTitle: Similarly to its predecessor, ''sora'' was named after Sora.


->''"Father... Mother... The sky... Isn't beautiful at all... I want to clean up this sky!"''
-->-- '''Sora''', the teaser trailer from ''Acceleration of SUGURI''

''sora'' is a horizontally-scrolling doujin shoot 'em up by [[Creator/OrangeJuice Orange_Juice]], and was released in 2010 for Windows PC during Comiket 78. It is the prequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', which was initially teased at the end of ''Acceleration of SUGURI''[='s=] Arcade Mode if players managed to [[NoDamageRun 1-Credit Clear]] the game and encountered Sora as a secret boss. The game's story takes place many years prior to the events of its predecessor where Sora, a girl gifted with the combat capabilities beyond anything the world has ever seen, was born in the middle of an ongoing war between two unknown armies that has brought death and destruction throughout the world. Against her own will, Sora drafted to fight for one side of the war, when all she wants is the Earth to return it's former glory and beautiful skies she once remembered from her childhood. Like Suguri before her, Sora can amass a large arsenal of weapons at her disposal, ranging from [[RayGun beam rifles]], a [[GrenadeLauncher bazooka]], a [[LaserBlade beam sword]], and even a {{pile bunker}} thrown in for good measure. The game maintains its trademark dashing and lock-on shooting gameplay from its predecessor, but unlike our previous silver-haired heroine, Sora's able use to three weapons instead of two (generally a beam weapon, a ballistics weapon, and a melee weapon). The game also improved on its combo-based scoring system, adding more emphasis on funneling through enemy fire to restore some lost life energy and building up energy for your [[LimitBreak Hyper Attacks]].

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->''"Father... Mother... The sky... Isn't beautiful at all... I want to clean up this sky!"''
-->-- '''Sora''',
->''The last war on the teaser trailer from ''Acceleration worn-out planet.''\\
''Whether it is won or lost, there will be nothing left.''\\
''Sora does not know the meaning
of SUGURI''

her fight.''
-->--''sora''[='=]s opening sequence

''sora'' is a horizontally-scrolling doujin {{bullet hell}} [[ShootEmUp shoot 'em up up]] by [[Creator/OrangeJuice Orange_Juice]], and which was released in 2010 for Windows PC during Comiket 78. It is the prequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', which was initially teased at the end of ''Acceleration of SUGURI''[='s=] Arcade Mode if players managed to [[NoDamageRun 1-Credit Clear]] the game and encountered encounter Sora as a secret boss. The game's story takes place many years prior to the events of its predecessor where Sora, a girl gifted with the combat capabilities beyond anything the world has ever seen, was born in the middle of an ongoing war between two unknown armies that has brought death and destruction throughout the world. Against her own will, Sora drafted to fight for one side of the war, when all she wants is the Earth and once-beautiful skies to return it's their former glory and beautiful skies she once remembered from her childhood.glory. Like Suguri before her, Sora can amass a large arsenal of weapons at her disposal, ranging from [[RayGun beam rifles]], a [[GrenadeLauncher bazooka]], a [[LaserBlade beam sword]], and even a {{pile bunker}} thrown in for good measure. The game maintains its trademark dashing and lock-on shooting gameplay from its predecessor, but unlike our previous silver-haired heroine, Sora's predecessor with some fundamental changes, such Sora being able use to three weapons instead of two (generally a beam an energy-based weapon, a ballistics weapon, and a melee weapon). The game also improved on its weapon), revises the combo-based scoring system, adding more emphasis on funneling and incentivises dashing through or "catching" enemy fire to restore by dashing as Sora can recover some lost life energy and vitality while building up energy for your her [[LimitBreak Hyper Attacks]].



As with ''SUGURI'' before it, ''sora'' was followed up with a shoot 'em up-fighting game hybrid with ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' released during Comiket 80 in 2011. The game features both the heroines and boss characters of their respective games as playable characters, a Story Mode[[labelnote:*]](which wasn't added until v1.3)[[/labelnote]], an Arcade Mode, a local and online Versus Mode. During it's initial release however, lacked certain key features originally planned for the game and suffered from character balance issues. Thankfully, the Orange_Juice rectified many of the game's issues through patches since then. ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' was also localized by Fruitbat Factory in 2018, with similar quality-of-life improvements that ''sora'' received, an online lobby system through Steamworks, and rebalanced gameplay. Sora and some of the boss characters from her game also make an appearance in ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice'' along with characters from ''SUGURI'', ''Flying Red Barrel'', and other games by Orange_Juice. She also makes an unofficial cameo appearance in Daisessen's ''[[VideoGame/LethalCrisis Lethal Crisis ProtoSphere]]''.

''sora''[='=]s official Japanese website can be viewed [[http://daidai.moo.jp/sora/soramain.html here]] and ''acceleration of SUGURI 2''[='=]s website can be viewed [[http://daidai.moo.jp/aos2/aos2.html here]].

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As with ''SUGURI'' before it, ''sora'' was followed up with a shoot 'em up-fighting game hybrid with ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' released during Comiket 80 in 2011. The game features both the heroines and boss characters of their respective games as playable characters, a Story Mode[[labelnote:*]](which wasn't added until v1.3)[[/labelnote]], Mode, an Arcade Mode, a local and online Versus Mode. During it's initial release however, lacked certain key features originally planned for the game and suffered from character balance issues. Thankfully, the Orange_Juice rectified many of the game's issues issues, but thankfully these were through patches since then.patches. ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' was also localized by Fruitbat Factory in 2018, with similar quality-of-life improvements that ''sora'' received, an online lobby system through Steamworks, and rebalanced gameplay. Sora and some of the boss characters from her game also make an appearance in ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice'' along with characters from ''SUGURI'', ''Flying Red Barrel'', and other games by Orange_Juice. She also makes an unofficial cameo appearance in Daisessen's ''[[VideoGame/LethalCrisis Lethal Crisis Crisis: ProtoSphere]]''.

''sora''[='=]s official Japanese website can be viewed [[http://daidai.moo.jp/sora/soramain.html here]] while its English version's website is found [[https://fruitbatfactory.com/sora/ here]], and ''acceleration of SUGURI 2''[='=]s Japanese website can be viewed [[http://daidai.moo.jp/aos2/aos2.html here]].



* AllLowercaseLetters: It's title, [[BoldInflation contrast]] to it's predecessor.

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* AllLowercaseLetters: It's title, [[BoldInflation contrast]] contrast to it's predecessor.predecessor which was stylized in upper-cased letters.



* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: Nath is fully aware of what is going on and supports Sora's cause, but has little to no control over their own body.]]
* ApocalypseHow: The war raging on Earth has took many lives and it made very the air to support any lifeforms toxic and ultimately uninhabitable.

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* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: Nath [[spoiler:Nath is fully aware of what is going on and supports Sora's cause, but has little to no control over their own body.]]
* ApocalypseHow: The war raging on Earth has took many lives and it made very eating away at its natural resources, making the air to support any lifeforms toxic once-green Earth barren and ultimately uninhabitable.lifeless, with the skies being tainted to reflect upon its depressing condition.



** Sora can use the Pod weapon similarly to Suguri.
** Alte and Sham can use their own attack drones during battle, with the latter being capable of sending a mob of drones against her opponents.

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** Sora can use the Pod weapon similarly to Suguri.
Suguri. She can also obtain a new weapon called Sprites.
** Alte and Sham can use their own attack drones during battle, with the latter being capable of sending a mob of drones or robots against her opponents.



* BeamSpam: Oh boy does ''sora'' deliver on this. The Artillery weapon also qualifies.

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* BeamSpam: Oh boy does ''sora'' deliver on this. The Sora can also do this herself with the Artillery weapon also qualifies.or shot-canceling her energy-based weapons.



* BossGame: ''SUGURI'''s Match Mode returns in ''sora'', and some bosses have special attacks seen only in this mode.

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* BossGame: ''SUGURI'''s Match Mode returns in ''sora'', and some bosses have special attacks seen only in this mode.''sora''.



* {{Combos}}: The damage you deal to enemies are used as part of score, though unlike ''SUGURI'' the combo meter stops during moments where player transitions from empty areas until the next wave of enemies.

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* {{Combos}}: The damage you deal to enemies are used as part of score, the scoring system, though unlike ''SUGURI'' ''SUGURI'', the combo meter stops pauses during moments where player transitions from empty areas until the next wave of enemies.enemies and it doesn't drop instantly if you take damage.



* CrapsackWorld: The war that takes place during ''sora'' has taken many lives, innocent or otherwise, slowly killing life on the planet, and tainted the sky above it to be as gloomy and depressing as the war itself. [[spoiler:It gets better however thanks to Sora's efforts and Suguri helping with the planet's recovery.]]

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* CrapsackWorld: The war that takes place during ''sora'' has taken many lives, innocent or otherwise, slowly killing life on the planet, planet and draining its natural resources, and tainted the sky above it to be as gloomy and depressing as the war itself. [[spoiler:It gets better however thanks to Sora's efforts and Suguri helping with the planet's recovery.]]



* DarkerAndEdgier: While far from the latter, ''sora'' is much more serious and darker in tone compared to ''SUGURI'' and Orange_Juice's other works; the game takes place during a war that is slowly killing the planet, a reluctant Sora is drafted into one side of the war and nearly died on a mission, tried to defect from the war to help Yukito and achieve their dream of a world without war and beautiful skies only to witness and/or cause some causalities herself. Many of the environments Sora travels to are often barren and lifeless, the game's soundtrack is moodier versus the upbeat and energetic score of its predecessor, and some of the characters Sora encounters play a much more serious role in this game.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: While far from the latter, ''sora'' is much more serious and darker in tone compared to the {{lighter|AndSofter}} tone ''SUGURI'' and Orange_Juice's other works; the game takes place during a depressing war that is slowly killing the planet, a reluctant Sora is drafted into one side of the war and nearly died dies on a her first mission, tried to defect from the war to help Yukito and achieve their dream of a world without war and beautiful skies only to witness and/or cause some causalities herself. Many of the environments Sora travels to are often barren and lifeless, the game's soundtrack is moodier versus the upbeat and energetic score of its predecessor, and some of the characters Sora encounters play a much more serious role in this game.



* HealThyself: New to this installment is the ability to recover a red portion of the life meter from the damage you've taken, which is done by catching or dashing through enemy projectiles, but the next hit you take can also deplete that red portion of your life meter.



* LagCancel: Just like its predecessor, it's possible to shorten your attack animations by canceling them either from dashing or firing another weapon, but this also builds Heat.



* MookMaker: Sham can summon robots as her reinforcement. Because of this, she also doubles as FlunkyBoss.

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* MookMaker: Sham can summon robots as her reinforcement.reinforcement to make up for a lack of personal combat capabilities. Because of this, she also doubles as FlunkyBoss.



* NoContinueRun: Required to unlock the secret characters and their respective stages in ''acceleration of SUGURI 2''.

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* NoContinueRun: Required to unlock the Unlocking secret characters characters, stages, and their respective stages extra stage music in ''acceleration of SUGURI 2''.2'' requires playing through certain modes in a single credit, with some requiring they must be done on Normal or higher.



* {{Overheating}}: The Heat mechanics of the previous games returns, but Heat builds quicker than before and takes a bit longer to cool down.



* SleptThroughTheApocalypse: [[spoiler:Inverted. Sora was awake during the war that was killing the planet as she was forced to fight in it, however, she knocked into a coma after plummeting down to Earth from preventing Star Breaker blowing up the planet. During the time she was comatose, Yukito and the other surviving researchers on Earth put their efforts towards giving his daughter Suguri the power to become Earth's caretaker, which she also helped heal the planet over the course of 10,000 years and foiled Shifu's planetary invasion-turned-annihilation scheme. Sora eventually awakened during the Winter season sometime after the events ''Acceleration of SUGURI'', which she initially believed that the planet died until Suguri showed her otherwise.]]

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* SleptThroughTheApocalypse: [[spoiler:Inverted. Sora was awake during the war that was killing the planet as she was forced to fight in it, however, she knocked into a coma after plummeting down to Earth from preventing Star Breaker blowing up the planet. During the time she was comatose, Yukito and the other surviving researchers on Earth put their efforts towards giving his daughter Suguri the power to become slept through Earth's caretaker, which she also helped heal the planet over the course of 10,000 years and foiled Shifu's planetary invasion-turned-annihilation scheme. Sora eventually awakened during the Winter season sometime after the events ''Acceleration of SUGURI'', which she initially believed that the planet died until Suguri showed her otherwise.''healing'' process.]]


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* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''SUGURI''. See DarkerAndEdgier above.


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* WorldOfActionGirls: Just like its predecessor series, with ''half'' of a guy (Mira, who's made from a woman's brains and a dead man's body) being among them.


* TwoAndAHalfD: Just like its predecessor, however, the dev team took advantage of what they learned from their previous works to feature Sora going through more visual angles of the stages of this game.



* AnIcePerson: Tsih. She can create ice blocks that she can throw around with the line tethered to them.



* AttackReflector: Nath can use mirror-like barriers that can reflect energy-based projectiles back at her opponents



* BoringButPractical: Similarly to ''SUGURI'', you start out with a basic beam rifle and bazooka along with a beam sword to fill out your new third weapon slot as your starting set of weapons, and while you can unlock more exotic weapons as you play the game, these weapons can get you through the game most of the time.



* CuteButPsycho: [[spoiler:Star Breaker, who appears to be a cute young girl, yet she wields incredible fire-based powers and dangerous explosive weapons, and very mentally unstable after the experiments done to her by the army, which drove her to become an OmnicidalManiac.]]

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* CuteButPsycho: CuteAndPsycho: [[spoiler:Star Breaker, who appears to be a cute young girl, yet she wields incredible fire-based powers and dangerous explosive weapons, and very mentally unstable after the experiments done to her by the army, which drove her to become an OmnicidalManiac.]]



* DefeatMeansFriendship: [[spoiler:Averted in the main game up until the EX Stage; Sora and Suguri quickly made up after their scuffle during the events of the TrueFinalBoss battles.]]

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* DefeatMeansFriendship: [[spoiler:Averted in the throughout most of main game up until the EX Stage; Sora and Suguri quickly made up after their scuffle during the events of the TrueFinalBoss battles.]]



** Mira to Kae, both of which are good at close encounters and can use reflecting projectile attacks.
** Nath to Kyoko as they both focus on defensive tactics during battle.

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** Alte is one to Iru, both of whom possess a large array of weapons and possessing an electrical attack, Iru with her electrical mines and Alte with a huge shock rod.
** Tsih is one to Saki as they share use of unusual weapons, Saki with her instruments and Tsih with rocks.
** Mira is one to Kae, both of which are good at close encounters and can use reflecting projectile attacks.
** Nath is one to Kyoko as they both focus on defensive tactics during battle.



* FightingYourFriend: Sham was a friend to Sora when she was in the army, however, after they reunite in Stage 4, they had a conflict of interest as Sham wants her to return to the army but Sora refuses, so two get into a fight.

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* FightingYourFriend: Sham was a friend to Sora when she was in the army, however, after they reunite in Stage 4, they had a conflict of interest as Sham wants her to return to the army but Sora refuses, so the two get into a fight.fight. [[spoiler:After being defeated by Sora, Sham decided to devote herself into helping Sora's cause.]]



%%* GenkiGirl: Tsih.



* OlderThanTheyLook: [[spoiler:Although Sora may look like a young lady, she has survived to be over 10,000-years-old after recovering from her coma.]]

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* OlderThanTheyLook: OlderThanTheyLook:
** Tsih appears to be a young girl on the outside but she's older than what she appears to be.
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[[spoiler:Although Sora may look like a young lady, she has survived to be over 10,000-years-old after recovering from her coma.]]



* PeekABangs: Alte's hair obscure's one of her eyes.

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* PeekABangs: Alte's hair obscure's one of her eyes.eyes and hides her burn scars.



* ReflectingLaser: Nath can use mirror-like barriers that can reflect laser beams back at her opponents.

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* ReflectingLaser: Nath Nath's mecha can use mirror-like barriers that can reflect fire reflecting laser beams back at her opponents.around the area.


* DarkerAndEdgier: While far from the latter, ''sora'' is much more serious and darker in tone compared to ''SUGURI'' and Orange_Juice's other works; the game takes place during a war that is slowly killing the planet, a reluctant Sora is drafted into one side of the war and nearly died on a mission, tried to defect from the war to help Yukito and achieve their dream of a world without war and beautiful skies only to witness and/or cause some causalities herself. Many of the environments Sora travels to are often barren and lifeless, the game's soundtrack is moodier versus the upbeat and energetic score of its predecessor, and some of the characters Sora encounters have their own stake in the war, except in the case of Tsih who was hired by Sora's opposing army to kill anyone defecting from the war. [[spoiler:Sora ended up getting [[ShellShockedVeteran post-traumatic stress disorder]] as a result of taking part of this war and nearly lost it in the game's true ending after waking up 10,000 years later only to find the skies still dark when it was really just snowing at time, attacking Hime and Suguri on sight out of blind rage/sorrow until they finally rationalized her after their intense fight]].

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* DarkerAndEdgier: While far from the latter, ''sora'' is much more serious and darker in tone compared to ''SUGURI'' and Orange_Juice's other works; the game takes place during a war that is slowly killing the planet, a reluctant Sora is drafted into one side of the war and nearly died on a mission, tried to defect from the war to help Yukito and achieve their dream of a world without war and beautiful skies only to witness and/or cause some causalities herself. Many of the environments Sora travels to are often barren and lifeless, the game's soundtrack is moodier versus the upbeat and energetic score of its predecessor, and some of the characters Sora encounters have their own stake play a much more serious role in the war, except in the case of Tsih who was hired by Sora's opposing army to kill anyone defecting from the war. [[spoiler:Sora ended up getting [[ShellShockedVeteran post-traumatic stress disorder]] as a result of taking part of this war and nearly lost it in the game's true ending after waking up 10,000 years later only to find the skies still dark when it was really just snowing at time, attacking Hime and Suguri on sight out of blind rage/sorrow until they finally rationalized her after their intense fight]].game.


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* MercyInvincibility: Happens similarly to ''SUGURI'' whenever you take damage, but your invincibility frames ''slightly'' longer.


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* VideoGameDashing: This gameplay element from its predecessors return, but now it's possible recover some lost health by grazing through or "catching" certain projectiles which will heal the red portion of your life meter. To balance this out, however, your character builds up Heat more quickly and cools down more slowly than its predecessor, and any major hits you take empties the previous red portion of the meter.


* AxCrazy: [[spoiler:Star Breaker become extremely unstable mentally after the experiments that were done to her and drove her crazy enough into wanting to burn and blow up ''everything''.]]



* DarkerAndEdgier: While far from the latter, ''sora'' is much more serious and darker in tone compared to ''SUGURI''; the game takes place during a war that is slowly killing the planet, a reluctant Sora is drafted into the military to fight for one side and nearly died doing so, tried to defect from the war to help Yukito and achieve their dream of a world without war and beautiful skies only to witness and/or cause many causalities herself. Many of the environments Sora travels to are often barren and lifeless, the game's soundtrack is moodier versus the upbeat and high-tempo score of its predecessor, and characters Sora encounters often have their own stake in the war, except in the case of Tsih who was hired by Sora's opposing army to kill her for abandoning the war. [[spoiler:Sora ended getting [[ShellShockedVeteran post-traumatic stress disorder]] as a result from this war and [[HeroicBSoD nearly lost it]] in the game's true ending after waking up 10,000 years later only to find the skies still dark when it was really just snowing at time, attacking Hime and Suguri on sight until they finally rationalized her through a grueling fight]].

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* DarkerAndEdgier: While far from the latter, ''sora'' is much more serious and darker in tone compared to ''SUGURI''; ''SUGURI'' and Orange_Juice's other works; the game takes place during a war that is slowly killing the planet, a reluctant Sora is drafted into the military to fight for one side of the war and nearly died doing so, on a mission, tried to defect from the war to help Yukito and achieve their dream of a world without war and beautiful skies only to witness and/or cause many some causalities herself. Many of the environments Sora travels to are often barren and lifeless, the game's soundtrack is moodier versus the upbeat and high-tempo energetic score of its predecessor, and some of the characters Sora encounters often have their own stake in the war, except in the case of Tsih who was hired by Sora's opposing army to kill her for abandoning anyone defecting from the war. [[spoiler:Sora ended up getting [[ShellShockedVeteran post-traumatic stress disorder]] as a result from of taking part of this war and [[HeroicBSoD nearly lost it]] it in the game's true ending after waking up 10,000 years later only to find the skies still dark when it was really just snowing at time, attacking Hime and Suguri on sight out of blind rage/sorrow until they finally rationalized her through a grueling after their intense fight]].


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* TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler:Alte attempted this on Sora at the end of Stage 1 by calling a self-destructing craft in a last-ditch effort to defeat her, and Star Breaker also did this by detonating the massive bomb she's bound to in an attempt destroy Sora ''and'' Earth.]]


''sora'' is a horizontally-scrolling doujin shoot 'em up by Orange_Juice, and was released in 2010 for Windows PC during Comiket 78. It is the prequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', which was initially teased at the end of ''Acceleration of SUGURI''[='s=] Arcade Mode if players managed to [[NoDamageRun 1-Credit Clear]] the game and encountered Sora as a secret boss. The game's story takes place many years prior to the events of its predecessor where Sora, a girl gifted with the combat capabilities beyond anything the world has ever seen, was born in the middle of an ongoing war between two unknown armies that has brought death and destruction throughout the world. Against her own will, Sora drafted to fight for one side of the war, when all she wants is the Earth to return it's former glory and beautiful skies she once remembered from her childhood. Like Suguri before her, Sora can amass a large arsenal of weapons at her disposal, ranging from [[RayGun beam rifles]], a [[GrenadeLauncher bazooka]], a [[LaserBlade beam sword]], and even a {{pile bunker}} thrown in for good measure. The game maintains its trademark dashing and lock-on shooting gameplay from its predecessor, but unlike our previous silver-haired heroine, Sora's able use to three weapons instead of two (generally a beam weapon, a ballistics weapon, and a melee weapon). The game also improved on its combo-based scoring system, adding more emphasis on funneling through enemy fire to restore some lost life energy and building up energy for your [[LimitBreak Hyper Attacks]].

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''sora'' is a horizontally-scrolling doujin shoot 'em up by Orange_Juice, [[Creator/OrangeJuice Orange_Juice]], and was released in 2010 for Windows PC during Comiket 78. It is the prequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', which was initially teased at the end of ''Acceleration of SUGURI''[='s=] Arcade Mode if players managed to [[NoDamageRun 1-Credit Clear]] the game and encountered Sora as a secret boss. The game's story takes place many years prior to the events of its predecessor where Sora, a girl gifted with the combat capabilities beyond anything the world has ever seen, was born in the middle of an ongoing war between two unknown armies that has brought death and destruction throughout the world. Against her own will, Sora drafted to fight for one side of the war, when all she wants is the Earth to return it's former glory and beautiful skies she once remembered from her childhood. Like Suguri before her, Sora can amass a large arsenal of weapons at her disposal, ranging from [[RayGun beam rifles]], a [[GrenadeLauncher bazooka]], a [[LaserBlade beam sword]], and even a {{pile bunker}} thrown in for good measure. The game maintains its trademark dashing and lock-on shooting gameplay from its predecessor, but unlike our previous silver-haired heroine, Sora's able use to three weapons instead of two (generally a beam weapon, a ballistics weapon, and a melee weapon). The game also improved on its combo-based scoring system, adding more emphasis on funneling through enemy fire to restore some lost life energy and building up energy for your [[LimitBreak Hyper Attacks]].


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-->-- '''Sora''', ''sora''[='=]s teaser trailer from ''Acceleration of SUGURI''

''sora'' is the sequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', a horizontally-scrolling doujin shoot 'em up by Orange_Juice, and it was released during Comiket 78 in 2010 for Windows PC. Just like its predecessor, it stars an eponymous protagonist who must fight her way through waves of MechaMooks with a boss waiting at end of each stage while trying to save the world. ''sora''[='=]s storyline takes place on a once peaceful world being ravaged by an ongoing war, which has brought chaos, death, and destruction throughout Earth and could spell the end of all life on the planet. Sora was reluctantly sent into battle against her will to settle the score, when all she wants is to bring back the Earth to it's former glory and beautiful skies she once remembered from her childhood to return. Like Suguri before her, Sora can amass a large arsenal of weapons at her disposal, ranging from [[RayGun beam rifles]], [[GrenadeLauncher bazookas]], [[LaserBlade beam swords]], and even a {{pile bunker}} thrown in for good measure. The game maintains its trademark dashing and lock-on shooting gameplay from its predecessor, but unlike our previous silver-haired heroine, Sora's able use to three weapons instead of two (generally an energy weapon, a ballistics weapon, and a melee weapon). The game also improved on its combo-based scoring system, adding more emphasis on funneling through enemy fire to restore some lost life energy and building up energy for your [[LimitBreak Hyper Attacks]].

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-->-- '''Sora''', ''sora''[='=]s the teaser trailer from ''Acceleration of SUGURI''

''sora'' is the sequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', a horizontally-scrolling doujin shoot 'em up by Orange_Juice, and it was released during Comiket 78 in 2010 for Windows PC. Just like its predecessor, it stars an eponymous protagonist who must fight her way through waves of MechaMooks with a boss waiting PC during Comiket 78. It is the prequel to ''VideoGame/{{SUGURI}}'', which was initially teased at the end of each stage while trying ''Acceleration of SUGURI''[='s=] Arcade Mode if players managed to save [[NoDamageRun 1-Credit Clear]] the world. ''sora''[='=]s storyline game and encountered Sora as a secret boss. The game's story takes place on many years prior to the events of its predecessor where Sora, a once peaceful girl gifted with the combat capabilities beyond anything the world being ravaged by has ever seen, was born in the middle of an ongoing war, which war between two unknown armies that has brought chaos, death, death and destruction throughout Earth and could spell the end of all life on the planet. world. Against her own will, Sora was reluctantly sent into battle against her will drafted to settle fight for one side of the score, war, when all she wants is to bring back the Earth to return it's former glory and beautiful skies she once remembered from her childhood to return. childhood. Like Suguri before her, Sora can amass a large arsenal of weapons at her disposal, ranging from [[RayGun beam rifles]], a [[GrenadeLauncher bazookas]], bazooka]], a [[LaserBlade beam swords]], sword]], and even a {{pile bunker}} thrown in for good measure. The game maintains its trademark dashing and lock-on shooting gameplay from its predecessor, but unlike our previous silver-haired heroine, Sora's able use to three weapons instead of two (generally an energy a beam weapon, a ballistics weapon, and a melee weapon). The game also improved on its combo-based scoring system, adding more emphasis on funneling through enemy fire to restore some lost life energy and building up energy for your [[LimitBreak Hyper Attacks]].



* ActionGirl: Sora, whether she likes it or not.

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* ActionGirl: Sora, whether she likes it or not.not, she is capable of sending mechanized goons to the scrap heap like no other.



* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: Nath is fully aware of what is going on and supports sora but has little to no control over their own body.]]

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* AnachronicOrder: The ''SUGURI'' series are released in an order that different from the series of events that happen within them. Chronologically, the story goes in this order: ''sora'' (Tutorial-Stage 7) → ''SUGURI'' → ''Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition'' (the Story Mode scenarios and Extra Stories) → [[spoiler:''sora'' (Stage EX)]] → ''acceleration of SUGURI 2''.
* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: Nath is fully aware of what is going on and supports sora Sora's cause, but has little to no control over their own body.]]



* AttackDrone: Sora can use the Pod weapon similarly to Suguri.

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Sora can use the Pod weapon similarly to Suguri.Suguri.
** Alte and Sham can use their own attack drones during battle, with the latter being capable of sending a mob of drones against her opponents.



* {{BFS}}: Sora can unlock one called the Zapper, a huge broadsword that is difficult to swing due to its size, but can deal high amounts of damage.

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* {{BFS}}: Sora can unlock one called the Zapper, a huge broadsword that is difficult to swing due to its size, but can deal high amounts of damage. This weapon however prevents you from getting Achievements from fighting bosses in Match Mode's Special difficulty.



* BrokenTears:
** [[spoiler:Star Breaker broke down into tears after being defeated by Sora, and so did her sanity.]]
** [[spoiler:Sora also broke down into tears after waking up from her coma to find the sky was still dark and assumed that the planet was dead and the war was still going, even though it was only snowing and the war was already over, which then turned to [[BerserkerTears tears of rage]] upon finding Hime and Suguri around the area and attacked them, then finally {{tears of joy}} after seeing the Earth and sky are beautiful again.]]



* CuteButPsycho: [[spoiler:Star Breaker, who appears to be a cute young girl, yet she wields incredible fire-based powers and dangerous explosive weapons, and very mentally unstable after the experiments done to her by the army, which drove her to become an OmnicidalManiac.]]



* ADayInTheLimelight: Star Breaker, [[spoiler:this game's final boss]], has gotten audio drama centered around her with ''[[https://www.dlsite.com/eng/work/=/product_id/RE100807.html Love Love Star Breaker]]'', staring hono and Reina Toda (Star Breaker's voice actress).



* DifficultyLevels: The game has three: Easy, Normal, and Hard for the Story and Arcade Modes. There is a [[HarderThanHard Special]] difficulty exclusive to the Match Mode where bosses are not only more stronger than the difficulties preceding it, but they also have a powerful DesperationAttack when they are close to defeat.



* DubNameChange: In ΩTH's English localization of ''sora'', the names changes as follows: Tsih's name was changed to '''Telos''', Sham was changed to '''Siri''', and Nath was changed to '''Nadius'''.

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* DubNameChange: In ΩTH's English localization of ''sora'', the names changes as follows: Tsih's name was changed to '''Telos''', Sham was changed to '''Siri''', and Nath was changed to '''Nadius'''. Thankfully this wasn't the case with the 2016 re-release by Fruitbat Factory.



* ForcedTutorial: Averted; although a tutorial is available when players start from a new game, they have the option to skip it and go back to it anytime from the Stage Select screen. The game's tutorial level does show however where Sora's and Sham's friendship started.
* FightingYourFriend: Sham was a friend to Sora when she was in the army, however, after they reunite in Stage 4, they had a conflict of interest as Sham wants her to return to the army but Sora refuses, so two get into a fight.



** RankInflation: ''sora'' and ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' does this just as their predecessors did. The lowest to highest ranks are E, D, C, B, A, and S.



** [[spoiler:The True Final Battle with Suguri in ''sora'''s EX Stage is turned into a fight straight out of ''Acceleration of SUGURI''.]]

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** [[spoiler:The True Final Battle true final battle with Suguri in ''sora'''s EX Stage EX is turned into a fight straight out of ''Acceleration of SUGURI''.]]



* GoldenEnding: [[spoiler:During the EX Stage, after waking up 10,000 years later, Sora notices the sky is still dark and hazy, believing her efforts of trying to save the Earth are for naught, but in reality it was simply snowing though she has never seen this happen on Earth before. She then finds Hime and Suguri on Earth and [[AxCrazy blames them]] for the fighting that ruined the world and then proceeds to attack them. Once the fighting was over, Suguri shows Sora that in the end, she saved the world, and above the snowy clouds, the sky has returned the beautiful clear blue color she once remembered from her childhood.]]

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* GoldenEnding: [[spoiler:During the EX Stage, after waking up 10,000 years later, Sora notices the sky is still dark and hazy, believing her efforts of trying to save the Earth are for naught, but in reality it was simply snowing though she has never seen this happen on Earth before. She then finds Hime and Suguri on Earth and [[AxCrazy blames them]] for the fighting that ruined the world and then proceeds to attack them. Once the fighting was over, Suguri shows Sora that in the end, she helped saved the world, and above the snowy clouds, the sky has returned the beautiful clear blue color she once remembered from her childhood.childhood and the planet is thriving with life once more.]]



** In ''sora'', it features the songs "Le Train", "Grand blue", and ''sora'''s version of "Rendezvous"[[labelnote:*]]Hime's boss theme from the first game[[/labelnote]], all of which incorporates English vocals instead of Japanese, although some of songs have mistranslated lyrics.

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** In ''sora'', it features the songs "Le Train", "Grand blue", and ''sora'''s ''sora''[='=]s version of "Rendezvous"[[labelnote:*]]Hime's "[[spoiler:Rendezvous]]" ([[spoiler:Hime's boss theme from the first game[[/labelnote]], game]]), all of which incorporates English vocals instead of Japanese, although some of songs have mistranslated lyrics.



* HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:Sora had one after waking up from her coma 10,000 years later, only to find herself on an empty snowfield during a snowstorm. However, she assumed that the war was still going from how dark the snow clouds were as she never seen a snowstorm in her life until that point, despite that the war was long since over. She gets better though after her fight with Hime and Suguri, where the latter showed her the blue skies above the clouds and the green Earth below.]]
* HeroicSacrifice:
** [[spoiler:Sora, in the nick of time, used her own shield system to encase Star Breaker and her bomb in a barrier, and the resulting explosion almost killed her but it knocked her into a coma for over 10,000 years.]]
** [[spoiler:Yukito, a scientist who defected from the war along with many other researchers, spent his life on trying to find a way to heal the planet and bring back the skies beautiful blue skies the war has corrupted. He would go on to have a daughter, Suguri, who also shared in his ideals as well as Sora's, in which she chose become an altered human to look over Earth's recovery. Although Yukito passed away sometime after Suguri started overseeing Earth's recovery, his dream as well as Sora's came true as the planet is brimming with life and the skies above are clear and beautiful again.]]



* LimitBreak: Hyper Attacks also returns in ''sora'' and ''acceration of SUGURI 2'', but players can now chose either Standard[[labelnote:*]](which lets the player evoke their Hyper Attack immediately corresponding to the weapon button held when launching the attack like the original SUGURI)[[/labelnote]] and Advanced[[labelnote:*]](which will enact a shield to protect the player from harm for a brief amount of time, during which can trigger the Hyper Attack if any of the weapon buttons are pressed while the shield is up)[[/labelnote]] modes to invoke the Hyper Attacks.

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* LimitBreak: Hyper Attacks also returns in ''sora'' and ''acceration ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'', but players can now chose either Standard[[labelnote:*]](which lets the player evoke their Hyper Attack immediately corresponding to the weapon button held when launching the attack like the original SUGURI)[[/labelnote]] and Advanced[[labelnote:*]](which will enact a shield to protect the player from harm for a brief amount of time, during which can trigger the Hyper Attack if any of the weapon buttons are pressed while the shield is up)[[/labelnote]] modes to invoke the Hyper Attacks.



* PlayingWithFire: [[spoiler:Star Breaker uses some fire-based attacks that can either damage Sora or weaken her Hyper Meter and does damage over time if she's burned. She can also cloak herself in flames to discourage close-ranged attacks.]]

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* PlayingWithFire: [[spoiler:Star Breaker uses some fire-based attacks that can either damage Sora or weaken drain her Hyper Meter and does damage over time if she's burned. She can also cloak herself in flames to discourage close-ranged attacks.]]



* MeaningfulName: Sora's parents named her after the Japanese word for "sky", referring to how beautiful they are, although it doesn't seem like the sky is beautiful at all in the game. [[spoiler:That was until Sora's efforts to help Yukito with their dream of saving the planet from the war and bringing skies back to its former glory were a success.]]

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Sora's parents named her after the Japanese word for "sky", referring to how beautiful they are, although it doesn't seem like the sky is beautiful at all in the game. [[spoiler:That was until Sora's efforts to help Yukito with their dream of saving the planet from the war and bringing skies back to its former glory were a success.]]



* OldSaveBonus: Owning the Steam version of ''sora'' and ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' unlocks Sora (Military) and Suguri (Ver.2) for the Steam version of ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice''.

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* OldSaveBonus: Owning the Steam version of ''sora'' and ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' unlocks Sora (Military) and Suguri (Ver.2) respectively for the Steam version of ''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice''.''VideoGame/OneHundredPercentOrangeJuice''.
* OlderThanTheyLook: [[spoiler:Although Sora may look like a young lady, she has survived to be over 10,000-years-old after recovering from her coma.]]



* RankInflation: ''sora'' and ''acceleration of SUGURI 2'' does this just as their predecessors did. The lowest to highest ranks are E, D, C, B, A, and S.

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* RankInflation: ''sora'' and ''acceleration {{Prequel}}: This game takes before the events of SUGURI 2'' does this just as their predecessors did. The lowest to highest ranks are E, D, C, B, A, and S.''SUGURI'', although it was released much later than its predecessor.



* ShellShockedVeteran: [[spoiler:Sora developed post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the war, witnessing the unimaginable damage it caused, and nearly died twice over the course of the game. Sora went into a blind rage upon seeing Hime and Suguri flying around the snowfield, assuming they contributed to the death of the planet when it was already healed along with the sky.]]



* SleptThroughTheApocalypse: [[spoiler:Inverted. Sora was awake during the war that was killing the planet as she was forced to fight in it, however, she knocked into a coma after plummeting down to Earth from preventing Star Breaker blowing up the planet. During the time she was comatose, Yukito and the other surviving researchers on Earth put their efforts towards giving his daughter Suguri the power to become Earth's caretaker, which she also helped heal the planet over the course of 10,000 years and foiled Shifu's planetary invasion-turned-annihilation scheme. Sora eventually awakened during the Winter season sometime after the events ''Acceleration of SUGURI'', which she initially believed that the planet died until Suguri showed her otherwise.]]



* SuperSoldier: Sora became one in order to fight one side of the war due to her own natural talents of fighting, despite that she wanted nothing to due with the war.

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* SuperSoldier: The altered humans of ''sora'' are one, however, Sora herself became one in order to fight one side of the war due to her own natural talents of fighting, fighting talents, despite that she wanted nothing to due do with the war.war.
* TearsOfJoy: [[spoiler:Sora was in tears of joy with a [[TearfulSmile smile]] after Suguri shown her the beautiful skies above the snowy clouds and the renewed Earth thriving with life during the true ending's final moments, knowing that the surviving inhabitants of Earth have expressed their gratitude for Sora's efforts to help save the planet a reality.]]

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