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** Cyprin as well, multiple times during their route they’re found sleeping at their desk, and at times the protagonist has had to insist they eat.
** The protagonist herself, season 2 even starts with May noting how the protagonist has finally made time for the right person.

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** While most of the godly monster love interests it’s rather vague about what ages they really are, Medusa is explicitly stated to be several centuries old and has seen the Ottoman Empire.


** In Medusa's route, [[spoiler:Typhon and Echidna treat the Chimera and Gorgon siblings terribly.]] The MC states that the kids acting against (or at least attempting to ignore) their parents was inevitable, given that treatment.

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** In Medusa's route, and Chimera's routes, [[spoiler:Typhon and Echidna treat the Chimera and Gorgon siblings terribly.]] The MC states that the kids acting against (or at least attempting to ignore) their parents was inevitable, given that treatment.


The app was released in July 2015 for [=iOS=] and Android devices. It was retitled from ''Labyrinths of Astoria'' to ''Astoria: Fate's Kiss'' in October 2015, upon the completion of the Season 1 story release schedule. In 2017, the original version of the app was discontinued and the title incorporated into Voltage USA's ''Creator/{{Lovestruck}}'' app.

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The app was released in July 2015 for [=iOS=] and Android devices. It was retitled [[PostReleaseRetitle retitled]] from ''Labyrinths of Astoria'' to ''Astoria: Fate's Kiss'' in October 2015, upon the completion of the Season 1 story release schedule. In 2017, the original version of the app was discontinued and the title incorporated into Voltage USA's ''Creator/{{Lovestruck}}'' app.


* BiTheWay: The protagonist shows the capacity for attraction to both sexes in more than one route. It shows most clearly in Medusa's route, unsurprisingly, but a passing comment in Hades's route indicates that she's bisexual in general and would welcome romantic overtures from Persephone if she weren't already nursing a fierce attraction to Hades.


* PurpleIsPowerful: Hades is one of the most powerful of the gods and by far the most powerful of the game's possible love interests. His Aura, fittingly, is purple in color, and he also has PurpleEyes.

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* PurpleIsPowerful: Hades is one of the most powerful of the gods and by far the most powerful of the game's possible love interests. His Aura, fittingly, is purple in color, and he also has PurpleEyes.purple eyes.


* AmbiguousGender: Alex Cyprin is an androgynous demigod, referred to in the protagonist's narration using the neutral pronouns "they" and "them." They are canonically nonbinary.



* {{Workaholic}}: Hades, in keeping with his classical depiction as the most serious of the gods, spends most of his time working. At one point in his route, the protagonist brings him dinner only to find him asleep at his desk, and from what Persephone says this is far from an uncommon occurrence.

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* {{Transgender}}: Alex Cyprin is an androgynous demigod, referred to in the protagonist's narration using the neutral pronouns "they" and "them." They are canonically nonbinary.
* {{Workaholic}}: Hades, in keeping with his classical depiction as the most serious of the gods, spends most of his time working. At one point in his route, the protagonist brings him dinner only to find him asleep at his desk, and from what Persephone says this is far from an uncommon occurrence.occurrence.
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* HappyEnding: It's a VoltageInc game, so of course it has these. There's the thrilling and passionate ending, both of which are different shades of happy.

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* HappyEnding: It's a VoltageInc Voltage Inc. game, so of course it has these. There's the thrilling and passionate ending, both of which are different shades of happy.

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** In Medusa's route, [[spoiler:Typhon and Echidna treat the Chimera and Gorgon siblings terribly.]] The MC states that the kids acting against (or at least attempting to ignore) their parents was inevitable, given that treatment.


** [[VisualNovel/HavenfallIsForLovers Diego]] happens to be in New York in Hydra's route of ''Lost Kisses'' because Eryn got him tickets for [[Theater/{{Hamilton}} a Broadway show about the American Revolution]].

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** [[VisualNovel/HavenfallIsForLovers Diego]] happens to be in New York in Hydra's route of ''Lost Kisses'' because Eryn got him tickets for [[Theater/{{Hamilton}} a Broadway show about the American Revolution]].to ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}''.


* CharacterOverlap: Robin, the heroine's child with Chimera in Chimera's fourth season, reappears as an adult in ''VisualNovel/VillainousNights'' as the roommate of that game's protagonist. WordOfGod states that Robin's appearance in ''Villainous Nights'' is not meant to dictate Astoria canon; the producers simply borrowed the character because they like them.

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Robin, the heroine's child with Chimera in Chimera's fourth season, reappears as an adult in ''VisualNovel/VillainousNights'' as the roommate of that game's protagonist. WordOfGod states that Robin's appearance in ''Villainous Nights'' is not meant to dictate Astoria canon; the producers simply borrowed the character because they like them.them.
** In Hydra's second ''Lost Kisses'' season, Eryn calls Diego Escalona from ''VisualNovel/HavenfallIsForLovers'' for an emergency house call after Hydra's office is set on fire.



* ShoutOut: Occasionally characters talk about a TV show, "True Love, Delicious Lies," which is likely a reference to a different Voltage game: ''VisualNovel/TrueLoveSweetLies''.

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Occasionally characters talk about a TV show, "True Love, Delicious Lies," which is likely a reference to a different Voltage game: ''VisualNovel/TrueLoveSweetLies''.''VisualNovel/TrueLoveSweetLies''.
** [[VisualNovel/HavenfallIsForLovers Diego]] happens to be in New York in Hydra's route of ''Lost Kisses'' because Eryn got him tickets for [[Theater/{{Hamilton}} a Broadway show about the American Revolution]].

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* {{Interquel}}: ''Astoria: Lost Kisses'' takes place between the first and second seasons of the original ''Fate's Kiss'' storylines.


In June 2018, the ''Fate's Kiss'' setting was revived via ''Lovestruck'' in ''Astoria: Lost Kisses,'' a new series featuring the adventures of the game's heroine and main cast set between the first and second seasons of the original game's routes.

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In June 2018, the ''Fate's Kiss'' setting was revived via ''Lovestruck'' in ''Astoria: Lost Kisses,'' a new series featuring the adventures of the game's heroine and main cast [[{{Interquel}} set between the first and second seasons seasons]] of the original game's routes.

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* {{Cliffhanger}}: ''Lost Kisses'' dispenses with the MultipleEndings employed by the ''Fate's Kiss'' seasons and instead follows the standard ''Lovestruck'' format. As a result, each ''Lost Kisses'' season usually ends on a cliffhanger designed as a SequelHook for the next season: for example, the first season of Hades's ''Lost Kisses'' route ends with [[spoiler:the Gate of the Underworld open and Orpheus revealing that he's been colluding with the Furies, who he has just set free again]].

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