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* [[spoiler:Unreliable Narrator: Chris, due to his [[{{TraumaInducedAmnesia}} Trauma Induced Amnesia]]. Half of his narration in the first few scenes turns out to be a complete lie, unknown to him.]]

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* [[spoiler:Unreliable Narrator: [[spoiler:UnreliableNarrator: Chris, due to his [[{{TraumaInducedAmnesia}} Trauma Induced Amnesia]]. Half of his narration in the first few scenes turns out to be a complete lie, unknown to him.]]

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** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You." Ironically, despite giving spoiler hints about the final route of the game, it is first character song to be available but is not fully heard during the stroy and can only be fully accessed in "free play."]]

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** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You." Ironically, despite giving spoiler hints about the final route of the game, it is first character song to be available but is not never fully heard during the stroy story and can only be fully accessed in "free play."]]


** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You," even though its was Chris who wrote the song and not Phorni. Ironically, despite giving spoiler hints about the final route of the game, it is first character song to be available but is not fully heard during the stroy and can only be fully accessed in "free play."]]

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** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You," even though its was Chris who wrote the song and not Phorni. You." Ironically, despite giving spoiler hints about the final route of the game, it is first character song to be available but is not fully heard during the stroy and can only be fully accessed in "free play."]]


** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You," even though its was Chris who wrote the song and not Phorni.

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** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You," even though its was Chris who wrote the song and not Phorni. Ironically, despite giving spoiler hints about the final route of the game, it is first character song to be available but is not fully heard during the stroy and can only be fully accessed in "free play."]]

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** The lyrics of both songs that each heroine sing tells you a lot about the heroine, their situation, and what their route is about. This makes them quite foreshadowing and possibly spoilerific, [[spoiler: especially Phorni's "I'm Always Close to You," even though its was Chris who wrote the song and not Phorni.


* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[spoiler: While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing, treats his daughter horrendously, probably why he doesn't trust anyone stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.]]

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[spoiler: While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing, treats his daughter horrendously, and probably why he doesn't trust anyone stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.]]


* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[spoiler: While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing and treats his daughter horrendously stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.]]

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[spoiler: While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing and singing, treats his daughter horrendously horrendously, probably why he doesn't trust anyone stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.]]


* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing and treats his daughter horrendously stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[While [[spoiler: While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing and treats his daughter horrendously stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.]]

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: Or rather, betrayal of love. [[While it is possible that Grave have always been a pragmatic and strict person, it is clear that the reason why he absolutely loathe singing and treats his daughter horrendously stems from the fact that his wife abandon them both for another man, who happens to be a singer. Both singing and his daughter reminds him of his wife's betrayal.


* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Well, both sisters were friends, right? So either choice makes ''one'' of them winners. And Torta seems to be the main heroine...[[spoiler: Though it is debatable which of the twins is the main heroine. Phorni can be considered to be Arietta and Phorni has the most screen-time of any of the characters (besides Chris) and could be considered to be more significant than Torta.]]

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* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Well, both sisters were friends, right? So either choice makes ''one'' of them winners. And Torta seems to be the main heroine...[[spoiler: Though it is debatable which of the twins is the main heroine. Phorni can be considered to be Arietta and Phorni has the most screen-time of any of the characters (besides Chris) and could be considered to be is arguably more significant than Torta.even Torta. Both twins can be considered the main heroines.]]


* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Well, both sisters were friends, right? So either choice makes ''one'' of them winners. And Torta seems to be the main heroine...

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* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Well, both sisters were friends, right? So either choice makes ''one'' of them winners. And Torta seems to be the main heroine...[[spoiler: Though it is debatable which of the twins is the main heroine. Phorni can be considered to be Arietta and Phorni has the most screen-time of any of the characters (besides Chris) and could be considered to be more significant than Torta.]]


* NintendoHard: The game will shred you if you don't know how to play the {{Rhythm Games}}. To let you know: you tap to the notes as they run into the bar. Easy and even Normal both use eight buttons, making it hard to track if you really aren't paying attention, and Hard will go overboard by using [[UpToEleven almost the entire character set of the keyboard]]. Thankfully you can switch the games off in the options.

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* NintendoHard: The game will shred you if you don't know how to play the {{Rhythm Games}}.Game}}s. To let you know: you tap to the notes as they run into the bar. Easy and even Normal both use eight buttons, making it hard to track if you really aren't paying attention, and Hard will go overboard by using [[UpToEleven almost the entire character set of the keyboard]]. Thankfully you can switch the games off in the options.



* [[RhythmGame Rhythm Minigame]]: Doesn't overly influence the game and only alters a few lines of dialogue except for the final minigame in [[spoiler: Lise's]] route where failing it will net you a bad end.[[spoiler: Not that the good end is much better.]]

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* [[RhythmGame Rhythm Minigame]]: RhythmGame: Doesn't overly influence the game and only alters a few lines of dialogue except for the final minigame in [[spoiler: Lise's]] route where failing it will net you a bad end.[[spoiler: Not that the good end is much better.]]

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* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: how Torta explained her surprise when Chris said the partner about whom he was thinking would be arranged by Ms. Cordell in case he wouldn't find one himself.
-->'''Torta:''' N-Nothing? Right... It's not like I was thinking that you believed the rumour and were about to fool around or anything, okay?


* NintendoHard: The game will shred you if you don't know how to play the {{Rhythm Games}}. To let you know: you tap to the notes as they run into the bar. Easy only uses four buttons (D, F, J, and K), Normal adds four more (A, S, L, and + or ;), and Hard will go overboard by using [[UpToEleven almost the entire character set of the keyboard]]. Thankfully you can switch the games off in the options.

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* NintendoHard: The game will shred you if you don't know how to play the {{Rhythm Games}}. To let you know: you tap to the notes as they run into the bar. Easy only uses four buttons (D, F, J, and K), even Normal adds four more (A, S, L, and + or ;), both use eight buttons, making it hard to track if you really aren't paying attention, and Hard will go overboard by using [[UpToEleven almost the entire character set of the keyboard]]. Thankfully you can switch the games off in the options.

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