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Han nothing to do with oxygen. Or underwater air pressure.

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Han nothing to do with oxygen. Or underwater air pressure.

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Han nothing to do with oxygen. Or underwater air pressure.


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* InterfaceScrew: [[spoiler: the second day, you'll see Leigh flickering. Depending on what you said to here the day before, the protagonist notes this and asl if he's seeing things, or ignores it, as if it was normal.]]

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* InterfaceScrew: [[spoiler: the second day, you'll see Leigh flickering. Depending on what you said to here the day before, the protagonist notes this and asl asks if he's seeing things, or ignores it, as if it was normal.]]

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* LivingEmotionalCrutch: Leigh is this to the protagonist. This is ''not'' portrayed as a good thing.


* ShrugOfGod: The author's admitted it's up to the viewer to decide what the game's metaphor and what Leigh represents, but has said Leigh's not meant to be drug addiction or heroin, but something similar.

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* MysticalWhiteHair: Leigh, [[spoiler:possibly the personification of addiction.]]


* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl / BlondesAreEvil: Leigh.


* {{Jerkass}}: Depending on the player choices, Leigh will either be an asshole to you, or you can be callous to her. And depending on the choices afterwards, Leigh will quickly show remorse, and/or the protagonist will also feel bad and apologize.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Depending on the player choices, Leigh will either be an asshole to you, or you can be callous to her. And depending on the choices afterwards, Leigh will quickly show remorse, and/or the protagonist will also feel bad and apologize. Whether or not you continue this leads to several endings.


* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:Subverted, if you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, the protagonist can choose to 'get close' to her (or is forced to if the player spent the whole game trying to get closer to Leigh), and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]

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* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:Subverted, if you see DestructiveRomance: The protagonist's relationship with Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, the protagonist can choose to 'get close' to come across like this on certain paths, with her (or is forced to if the player spent the whole game trying to get closer to Leigh), verbally abusing him and they are implied to have sex convincing him that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]would be worthless without her.


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* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:Subverted, if you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, the protagonist can choose to 'get close' to her (or is forced to if the player spent the whole game trying to get closer to Leigh), and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]


* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl / BlondsAreEvil: Leigh.

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* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl / BlondsAreEvil: BlondesAreEvil: Leigh.


* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl/BlondsAreEvil: Leigh.

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* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl/BlondsAreEvil: WhiteHairedPrettyGirl / BlondsAreEvil: Leigh.

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* WhiteHairedPrettyGirl/BlondsAreEvil: Leigh.


* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:Subverted, if you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, there could be an option for the protagonist to get 'closer' with her, and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]

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* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:Subverted, if you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, there could be an option for the protagonist can choose to 'get close' to her (or is forced to if the player spent the whole game trying to get 'closer' with her, closer to Leigh), and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]


* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:If you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, there could be an option for the protagonist to get 'closer' with her, and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]

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* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:If [[spoiler:Subverted, if you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, there could be an option for the protagonist to get 'closer' with her, and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]

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* OutWithABang: [[spoiler:If you see Leigh as a metaphor for drug addiction/self harm. On the second day, there could be an option for the protagonist to get 'closer' with her, and they are implied to have sex that night, which could mean taking more drugs or cutting. The next day, he wakes up in the hospital, narrowly surviving death.]]

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