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* [[spoiler: ClonesArePeopleToo]]: [[spoiler:Shogun considers Takumi to be a real person, just one who was born differently, and he wants Takumi to live on after his imminent death. In ending AA, Rimi finally agrees with Shogun and spares Takumi, despite the latter having become a DeathSeeker.]]

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* [[spoiler: ClonesArePeopleToo]]: ClonesArePeopleToo: [[spoiler:Shogun considers Takumi to be a real person, just one who was born differently, and he wants Takumi to live on after his imminent death. In ending AA, Rimi finally agrees with Shogun and spares Takumi, despite the latter having become a DeathSeeker.]]



* [[spoiler: ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne]]: [[spoiler: Takumi was chosen (or rather, created) by Shogun for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]

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* [[spoiler: ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne]]: [[spoiler: Takumi ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: [[spoiler:Takumi was chosen (or rather, created) by Shogun for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]



* [[spoiler: LotusEaterMachine]]: [[spoiler: Noah II is exactly this, as its purpose is to create something of a delusion synchro among all of humanity that erases from sight any and all bad occurrances in the world, so everyone can live in an eternal utopia where nothing ever goes wrong, and achieve true utopia.]]

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* [[spoiler: LotusEaterMachine]]: [[spoiler: Noah LotusEaterMachine: [[spoiler:Noah II is exactly this, as its purpose is to create something of a delusion synchro among all of humanity that erases from sight any and all bad occurrances in the world, so everyone can live in an eternal utopia where nothing ever goes wrong, and achieve true utopia.]]



* [[spoiler: RapidAging]]: [[spoiler:Overusing the power of delusions apparently causes one to age faster. This is only relevant to Shogun though, as he real-booted a literal world shattering equations into existence at a young age, which ended up causing him to age faster. As a result, he's almost dead of old age at the start of the story at about 17 years old.]]

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* [[spoiler: RapidAging]]: RapidAging: [[spoiler:Overusing the power of delusions apparently causes one to age faster. This is only relevant to Shogun though, as he real-booted a literal world shattering equations into existence at a young age, which ended up causing him to age faster. As a result, he's almost dead of old age at the start of the story at about 17 years old.]]



* [[spoiler: TwinSwitch]]: [[spoiler:The game and drops a lot of hints that the girl we know as Yua was actually her twin, Mia. The incident that gives her her Di-Sword has her conclude that it doesn't matter which one she is.]]

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* [[spoiler: TwinSwitch]]: TwinSwitch: [[spoiler:The game and drops a lot of hints that the girl we know as Yua was actually her twin, Mia. The incident that gives her her Di-Sword has her conclude that it doesn't matter which one she is.]]


* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:When Takumi recovers from Norose's attempt to destroy his whole entity, he has come in terms with being a delusional existence. This means that he can treat himself as one, which in turn makes him indestructible.]]

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* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:When Takumi recovers from Norose's attempt to destroy his whole entity, he has to come in to terms with being a delusional existence. This means that he can treat himself as one, which in turn makes him indestructible.]]


* LighterAndSofter: ''Chaos;Head Love Chu Chu'', a true UnwantedHarem romantic comedy version that's actually a sequel to the main series of events of this entry, but is free of the blood, gore, and overall horror that the original is known for. It serves as [[spoiler: an epilogue that explains what the cast is going to do with their lives following this nightmare.]]

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* LighterAndSofter: ''Chaos;Head Love Chu Chu'', a true UnwantedHarem romantic comedy version that's actually a sequel to the main series of events of this entry, but is free of the blood, gore, and overall horror that the original is known for. It serves as [[spoiler: an epilogue that explains details what the cast is going to do with their lives following this nightmare.after surviving the nightmare that was the original game.]]


* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: [[spoiler: Takumi was chosen (or rather, created) by Shogun for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]

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* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: [[spoiler: ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne]]: [[spoiler: Takumi was chosen (or rather, created) by Shogun for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]


* ActionGirl: All of the [[spoiler: Gigalomaniac]] girls, whom are able to [[spoiler: summon Di-swords and use them ]] to battle against [[MegaCorp Nozomi]].

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* ActionGirl: All of the [[spoiler: Gigalomaniac]] girls, whom are able to [[spoiler: summon Di-swords and use them ]] to to]] battle against [[MegaCorp Nozomi]].


* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:When Takumi recovers from Genichi's attempt to destroy his whole entity, he has come in terms with being a delusional existence. This means that he can treat himself as one, which in turn makes him indestructible.]]

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* EleventhHourSuperpower: [[spoiler:When Takumi recovers from Genichi's Norose's attempt to destroy his whole entity, he has come in terms with being a delusional existence. This means that he can treat himself as one, which in turn makes him indestructible.]]



* ActionGirl: All of the gigalomaniac girls, whom are able to summon Di-swords and use them to battle against [[MegaCorp Nozomi]].

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* ActionGirl: All of the gigalomaniac [[spoiler: Gigalomaniac]] girls, whom are able to [[spoiler: summon Di-swords and use them ]] to battle against [[MegaCorp Nozomi]].


* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: [[spoiler: Takumi's existence was created for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator, Shogun, did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]

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* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: [[spoiler: Takumi's existence Takumi was created chosen (or rather, created) by Shogun for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator, Shogun, creator did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]


* HowWeGotHere: The story starts with Takumi lying in a ruined Tokyo street. A Girl summons a Sword out of thin air and kisses him just before she stabs him. [[spoiler:He has just defeated [[BigBad Norose]] and was blasted outside by the force of his machine, which caused an earthquake that destroyed Shibuya. He begs Rimi to kill him so the real Takumi, Shogun, can live a little longer while he dies as a mere clone. Subverted in the AA ending, which reveals what actually happened is her sword wasn't Real Booted, because Rimi decided to save Takumi instead.]]

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* HowWeGotHere: The story starts [[spoiler: with Takumi lying in a ruined Tokyo street. A Girl summons a Sword out of thin air and kisses him just before she stabs him. [[spoiler:He ]] The context is that [[spoiler:he has just defeated [[BigBad Norose]] and was blasted outside by the force of his machine, which caused an earthquake that destroyed Shibuya. He begs Rimi to kill him so the real Takumi, Shogun, can live a little longer while he dies as a mere clone. Subverted in the AA ending, which reveals what actually happened is her sword wasn't Real Booted, because Rimi decided to save Takumi instead.]]


* ScienceFantasy: While on the surface it seems like this entry leans on the realm of Fantasy what with [[spoilers: people who can literally warp and bend reality to their will, and are wielding "magical" swords]], there's actually a lot of science behind them. [[spoiler: The DI-swords are just conduits that allow certain people to channel antiparticles from the Dirac Sea in order to real-boot their delusions, including real-booting the swords themselves. People that can do this have different brainwaves from others, and there are limitations on what they can do, such as being unable to heal themselves due to the pain they feel in their bodies.]]

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* ScienceFantasy: While on the surface it seems like this entry leans on the realm of Fantasy what with [[spoilers: [[spoiler: people who can literally warp and bend reality to their will, and are wielding "magical" swords]], there's actually a lot of science behind them. [[spoiler: The DI-swords are just conduits that allow certain people to channel antiparticles from the Dirac Sea in order to real-boot their delusions, including real-booting the swords themselves. People that can do this have different brainwaves from others, and there are limitations on what they can do, such as being unable to heal themselves due to the pain they feel in their bodies.]]


** "Don't look at me" is basically Takumi's catchphrase, and represents how he wants to be isolated and considers himself ugly and pathetic.



** [[UpdatedReRelease Noah]] reveals that [[spoiler: Rimi was tortured by Norose for years on end with various methods such as waterboarding, starvation, and so on in order to awaken her abilities, to the point where she committed personality suicide many times over in order to cope with the situation.]]



** Kozue is an overall NiceGirl with some disturbing and murderous tendencies, often offering to [[MurderIsTheBestSolution kill anyone]] whom she perceives as hurting any of her friends.

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** [[spoiler: Kozue is an overall NiceGirl with some disturbing and murderous tendencies, often offering to [[MurderIsTheBestSolution kill anyone]] whom she perceives as hurting any of her friends.]]



* DontLookAtMe: Takumi has three notable instances of using this. The first two times are near the end (or [[HowWeGotHere beginning]]), the initial one being directed towards a mysterious gaze while the second one is for [[spoiler:Rimi]]. The third one is addressed at pretty much everyone around him [[spoiler:after he was set up as an ESP]]. He never actually says them out loud, but as part of his inner monologue.

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* DontLookAtMe: Takumi has Actually a catchphrase of Takumi's. Though there are three notable instances of using this.when he uses this phrase. The first two times are near the end (or [[HowWeGotHere beginning]]), the initial one being directed towards a mysterious gaze while the second one is for [[spoiler:Rimi]]. The third one is addressed at pretty much everyone around him [[spoiler:after he was set up as an ESP]]. He never actually rarely says them out loud, but as this aloud, it's usually part of his inner monologue.



* GoMadFromTheRevelation: Sena's mother [[spoiler:was secretly used as a test subject for creating matter from delusions artificially. Since her second child and Sena's little sister mana died shortly after birth, they created a new baby from artificial delusions and gave it to her. Sena's father was against turning her into a guinea pig, but also didn't want her to realize that her child had died, so he reluctantly approved. The experiment continued for several years, until it was decided that enough results were gathered from it and it will be halted. Sena (who didn't know about the experiment) unfortunately happened to be there when they turned the machines off, causing her mother to freak out upon realizing she's been carrying a corpse and proceeded to tear at her face, ''eat her child's corpse'', and stab her own eyes out with a pair of scissors. All while Sena could do nothing but watch]].

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* GoMadFromTheRevelation: Sena's [[spoiler:Sena's mother [[spoiler:was was secretly used as a test subject for creating matter from delusions artificially. Since her second child and Sena's little sister mana died shortly after birth, they created a new baby from artificial delusions and gave it to her. Sena's father was against turning her into a guinea pig, but also didn't want her to realize that her child had died, so he reluctantly approved. The experiment continued for several years, until it was decided that enough results were gathered from it and it will be halted. Sena (who didn't know about the experiment) unfortunately happened to be there when they turned the machines off, causing her mother to freak out upon realizing she's been carrying a corpse and proceeded to tear at her face, ''eat her child's corpse'', and stab her own eyes out with a pair of scissors. All while Sena could do nothing but watch]].



* HowWeGotHere: The story starts with Takumi lying in a ruined Tokyo street. The Demon Girl creates a Di-Sword and kisses him just before she stabs him. [[spoiler:He has just defeated [[BigBad Norose]] and was blasted outside by the force of his machine, which caused an earthquake that destroyed Shibuya. He begs Riku to kill him so the real Takumi, Shogun, can live a little longer while he dies as a mere clone. Subverted in the AA ending, where the sword wasn't Real Booted, because Rimi decided to save Takumi instead.]]

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* HowWeGotHere: The story starts with Takumi lying in a ruined Tokyo street. The Demon A Girl creates summons a Di-Sword Sword out of thin air and kisses him just before she stabs him. [[spoiler:He has just defeated [[BigBad Norose]] and was blasted outside by the force of his machine, which caused an earthquake that destroyed Shibuya. He begs Riku Rimi to kill him so the real Takumi, Shogun, can live a little longer while he dies as a mere clone. Subverted in the AA ending, where the which reveals what actually happened is her sword wasn't Real Booted, because Rimi decided to save Takumi instead.]]



* LotusEaterMachine: [[spoiler: Noah II is exactly this, as its purpose is to create something of a delusion synchro among all of humanity that erases from sight any and all bad occurrances in the world, so everyone can live in an eternal utopia where nothing ever goes wrong, and achieve true utopia.]]

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* LotusEaterMachine: [[spoiler: LotusEaterMachine]]: [[spoiler: Noah II is exactly this, as its purpose is to create something of a delusion synchro among all of humanity that erases from sight any and all bad occurrances in the world, so everyone can live in an eternal utopia where nothing ever goes wrong, and achieve true utopia.]]



* PoweredByAForsakenChild: Creating a Di-Sword for the first time requires a Gigalomaniac to undergo severe psychological trauma. [[spoiler: By extension, the perfection of Noah II requires creating Gigalomaniacs and taking samples from them.]]

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* PoweredByAForsakenChild: [[spoiler: Creating a Di-Sword for the first time requires a Gigalomaniac to undergo severe psychological trauma. [[spoiler: By extension, the perfection of Noah II requires creating Gigalomaniacs and taking samples from them.]]



* PsychologicalThriller: This story in a nutshell, which makes sense as [[spoiler:one of the main goals of the villains is to shock Takumi into awakening as a Gigalo so they can obtain his CODE sample and perfect Noah II.]]
* RapidAging: [[spoiler:Overusing the power of delusions apparently causes one to age faster. This is only relevant to Shogun though, as he real-booted a literal world shattering equations into existence at a young age, which ended up causing him to age faster. As a result, he's almost dead of old age at the start of the story at about 17 years old.]]

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* PsychologicalThriller: This story story's genre in a nutshell, which makes sense as [[spoiler:one of the main goals of the villains is to shock Takumi into awakening as a Gigalo so they can obtain his CODE sample and perfect Noah II.]]
* RapidAging: [[spoiler: RapidAging]]: [[spoiler:Overusing the power of delusions apparently causes one to age faster. This is only relevant to Shogun though, as he real-booted a literal world shattering equations into existence at a young age, which ended up causing him to age faster. As a result, he's almost dead of old age at the start of the story at about 17 years old.]]



* SerialKillingsSpecificTarget: [[spoiler:Played with, as the ultimate target of the New Gen murders, the victims of which number in the double digits, is not someone the culprits aim to kill specifically- rather, they seek to use the killings to psychologically torture [[TheHero Takumi Nishijou]] into awakening his Gigalomaniac powers, and then extract his DNA, to power [[MindControlDevice Noah II]] and TakeOverTheWorld.]]

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* SerialKillingsSpecificTarget: [[spoiler:Played with, as the ultimate target of the New Gen murders, the victims of which number in the double digits, is not someone the culprits aim to kill specifically- rather, they seek to use the killings to psychologically torture [[TheHero Takumi Nishijou]] into awakening his Gigalomaniac powers, and then extract his DNA, CODE sample (brainwave pattern), to power [[MindControlDevice Noah II]] and TakeOverTheWorld.]]



** In a more literal sense, [[spoiler: all of NOZOMI and Shogun want Takumi to awaken as a gigalomaniac and in turn get his sword for different reasons, so he literally needs the sword in order to progress to the endgame of both their plans, which he eventually obtains.]]

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** In a more literal sense, [[spoiler: all of NOZOMI and Shogun want Takumi to awaken as a gigalomaniac Gigalomaniac and in turn get his sword for different reasons, so he literally needs the sword in order to progress to the endgame of both their plans, which he eventually obtains.]]



* TwinSwitch: [[spoiler:The game and drops a lot of hints that the girl we know as Yua was actually her twin, Mia. The incident that gives her her Di-Sword has her conclude that it doesn't matter which one she is.]]
** [[spoiler:Her character route in the [[''Noah'' UpdatedRerelease]] version of the game confirms that they indeed switched places right before the incident. Because Mia suddenly didn't feel like attending an otaku meeting she was actually looking forward to (she's quite moody, to be exact), she convinced Yua of switching clothes so she can attend the meeting in Mia's stead.]]

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* TwinSwitch: [[spoiler: TwinSwitch]]: [[spoiler:The game and drops a lot of hints that the girl we know as Yua was actually her twin, Mia. The incident that gives her her Di-Sword has her conclude that it doesn't matter which one she is.]]
** [[spoiler:Her character route in the [[''Noah'' UpdatedRerelease]] ''Noah'' version of the game confirms that they indeed switched places right before the incident. Because Mia suddenly didn't feel like attending an otaku meeting she was actually looking forward to (she's quite moody, to be exact), she convinced Yua of switching clothes so she can attend the meeting in Mia's stead.]]


* CombinationAttack: In the NoAH version, [[spoiler:it's revealed that Takumi's snake sword that's made up of antiparticles which he uses to destroy Noah II was formed from all of the 7 Gigalos DI-swords fusing with one another for one giant final strike to end this nightmare.]]

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* CombinationAttack: In the NoAH version, [[UpdatedReRelease Noah version]], [[spoiler:it's revealed that Takumi's snake sword that's made up of antiparticles which he uses to destroy Noah II was formed from all of the 7 Gigalos DI-swords fusing with one another for one giant final strike to end this nightmare.]]



* MultipleEndings: Three ones in the main game (Ending A is the Common Route Ending, Ending B is a bad ending, Ending AA is the True Ending). There are 6 added routes and endings in the [[UpdatedReRelease Noah]] version of the game, each one tied to one of the main girls of the cast, and all must be completed along with the Common Route and Route B in order to obtain the True Ending in that version.

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* MultipleEndings: Three ones in the main game (Ending A is the Common Route Ending, Ending B is a bad ending, Ending AA is the True Ending). There are 6 added routes and endings in the [[UpdatedReRelease Noah]] version Noah version]] of the game, each one tied to one of the main girls of the cast, and all must be completed along with the Common Route and Route B in order to obtain the True Ending in that version.

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* CombinationAttack: In the NoAH version, [[spoiler:it's revealed that Takumi's snake sword that's made up of antiparticles which he uses to destroy Noah II was formed from all of the 7 Gigalos DI-swords fusing with one another for one giant final strike to end this nightmare.]]


* LotusEaterMachine: [[spoiler:At the end of route B, Takumi imagines himself in a harem with the heroines. Takumi didn't escape it.]]

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* LotusEaterMachine: [[spoiler: Noah II is exactly this, as its purpose is to create something of a delusion synchro among all of humanity that erases from sight any and all bad occurrances in the world, so everyone can live in an eternal utopia where nothing ever goes wrong, and achieve true utopia.]]
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[[spoiler:At the end of route B, Takumi imagines himself in a harem with the heroines. Takumi didn't escape it.]]]]
* MadnessMantra: Takumi is prone to doing this a lot. His favorite phrase to chant when he's terrified out of his mind is "I don't wanna die. I don't wanna die. I don't wanna die...".



* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler: The name 'NOZOMI' is Japanese for 'Wish', which refers to them being able to grant the wishes of everyone in the world via Noah II's delusions to give everyone a happy life and prevent any further war.]]

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* MeaningfulName: The kanji for the name "Takumi" has the same character used for the word "Snake" in it. [[spoiler: Takumi's sword becomes a snake when he summons antiparticles in his sword to destroy Noah II. This is also a christian allusion, as Takumi is rejecting eternal paradise in Noah II like how the snake in the story of Adam and Eve led the titular duo astray into committing the original sin that caused them to reject paradise.]]
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[[spoiler: The name 'NOZOMI' is Japanese for 'Wish', which refers to them being able to grant the wishes of everyone in the world via Noah II's delusions to give everyone a happy life and prevent any further war.]]



* MessianicArchetype: [[spoiler: Takumi is praised as a messiah after he uses his Gigalo powers (in the publics eyes, a "miracle") to out Hazuki as the New Gen culprit, and people begin worshipping him. Though this is shortlived as he soon calls them out on their hypocrisy for making him a pariah not long prior to this. Takumi does end up being the one to save the world and humanity from Noah II though, and nearly dies to save the world. For bonus points, his creator was a Godlike near omnipotent being who created him to suffer and save the world, and who he is also one in the same as in body and mind, much like Jesus and God in the holy trinity.]]



** In [[UpdatedReRelease ''Noah'']], [[spoiler: this culminates in their Di-Swords appearing to his side as per their wishes, all fusing into his own and lending him [[EleventhHourSuperpower the power to smite Noah II and save humanity once and for all.]]]]

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** In [[UpdatedReRelease ''Noah'']], [[spoiler: this culminates in their Di-Swords DI-swords appearing to his side as per their wishes, all fusing into his own and lending him [[EleventhHourSuperpower the power to smite Noah II and save humanity once and for all.]]]]



* RapidAging: [[spoiler:Using the power of delusions apparently causes one to age faster. This is only relevant to Shogun, who has a genetic disorder causing him to age faster. As a result, he's almost dead of old age at the start of the story at about 17 years old.]]
** According to the sequel, Chaos;Child, [[spoiler: it's heavily implied that this is the same illness that afflicts the Hekiho Academy students, and that the rapid aging is a symptom of the disease being cancer specifically.]]

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* PsychologicalThriller: This story in a nutshell, which makes sense as [[spoiler:one of the main goals of the villains is to shock Takumi into awakening as a Gigalo so they can obtain his CODE sample and perfect Noah II.]]
* RapidAging: [[spoiler:Using [[spoiler:Overusing the power of delusions apparently causes one to age faster. This is only relevant to Shogun, who has Shogun though, as he real-booted a genetic disorder literal world shattering equations into existence at a young age, which ended up causing him to age faster. As a result, he's almost dead of old age at the start of the story at about 17 years old.]]
** According to the sequel, Chaos;Child, [[spoiler: it's heavily implied that this is the same illness that afflicts the Hekiho Academy students, and that the rapid aging is a symptom of the disease being cancer specifically.cancer, which is destroying the telomeres of the people afflicted, and telomeres affect the aging cycle.]]
* ScienceFantasy: While on the surface it seems like this entry leans on the realm of Fantasy what with [[spoilers: people who can literally warp and bend reality to their will, and are wielding "magical" swords]], there's actually a lot of science behind them. [[spoiler: The DI-swords are just conduits that allow certain people to channel antiparticles from the Dirac Sea in order to real-boot their delusions, including real-booting the swords themselves. People that can do this have different brainwaves from others, and there are limitations on what they can do, such as being unable to heal themselves due to the pain they feel in their bodies.
]]


* LighterAndSofter: ''Chaos;Head Love Chu Chu'', a true UnwantedHarem romantic comedy version that's actually a sort-of sequel to the main series of events but is free of the blood, gore, and overall horror that the original is known for.

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* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne: [[spoiler: Takumi's existence was created for the sole purpose of suffering enough to awaken as a Gigalomaniac, then destroy Noah II which is a near impossible feat. His creator, Shogun, did give him free will so he could live a peaceful life after achieving this goal, so it's not entirely bad at least.]]
* LighterAndSofter: ''Chaos;Head Love Chu Chu'', a true UnwantedHarem romantic comedy version that's actually a sort-of sequel to the main series of events of this entry, but is free of the blood, gore, and overall horror that the original is known for.for. It serves as [[spoiler: an epilogue that explains what the cast is going to do with their lives following this nightmare.]]


* TheAntiNihilist: Played straight, with all the bitterness and angst included. [[spoiler:Takumi eventually becomes this trope by the end, despite being the polar opposite initially as someone who wanted nothing more but to be constantly happy and not face any struggle or strife in his peacefu life. He understands all too well how horrible the world really is, but understands that with the support of other people who are struggling and traumatized the same way he is, and with someone to live for, he can survive in this world and make something of his life, and be happy despite it. His life, despite being a delusional one, is still worth living, and he is his own person that can take control of said life, and instill the worth in it.]]

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* TheAntiNihilist: Played straight, with all the bitterness and angst included. [[spoiler:Takumi eventually becomes this trope by the end, despite being the polar opposite initially as someone who wanted nothing more but to be constantly happy and not face any struggle or strife in his peacefu peaceful life. He After the living hell of a nightmare he's put through and facing his own [[DespairEventHorizon]] upon realizing his life is a lie and that he technically isn't real, he understands all too well how horrible the world really is, but understands also comes to realize that with the support of other people who are struggling and traumatized the same way he is, and with someone to live for, he can survive in this world and make something of his life, and be happy despite it. His life, despite being a delusional one, is still worth living, and he is his own person that can take control of said life, and instill the worth in it.]]

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