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  • Acting for Two:
    • Ritsu Takarada and Jun Samukawa, as well as the younger Shu Ouma, are voiced by Minami Tsuda.
    • The younger Gai Tsutsugami and Miyabi Herikawa are both voiced by Akeno Watanabe.
    • Inori Yuzuriha and Mana Ouma are both voiced by Ai Kayano in Japanese and Alexis Tipton in English. This makes sense later on when you find out that Inori is a clone of Mana, so it would make no sense at all if they had different voice actors.
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  • Channel Hop: After Guilty Crown first aired on Fuji TV, reruns aired on Fuji TV Two from November 2012 to February 2013.
  • Creator Couple: Terri Doty, who voiced the younger Gai in the English dub, is married to Stephen Hoff, who was the ADR engineer.
  • Defictionalization: Supercell assumes the name Egoist whenever Chelly is doing vocals. Yes, it's more or less a real band under an actual label.
  • Directed by Cast Member: Besides directing the English dub, Colleen Clinkenbeard was one of the additional voices.
  • Fan Nickname:
    • Shu:
      • "Shoe", or more rarely "Oh my shoe!" After Episode 15, people started calling him "Shuhrer" and "Hitler" as well.
      • Shuuzaku and Shoelouch are also thrown about quite a bit.
      • Oumiya Shurou, after getting the third Void genome, which manifests as a replacement arm, and allows him to use any Void he used previously as his own, but with his body degrading more and more. Just like Shirou's situation in Heaven's Feel.
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    • After her display of Endlave-slashing in Episode 18, Kerrigan the Queen of Blades for Inori.
    • Souta is sometimes referred to as "Soda".
    • Arisa has been called "The Whore of Babylon" due to her sleeping with one of Shu's lackeys and leading the coup d'etat against Shu.
    • "F-ranks" are often shortened to "Franks", partly due to Insane Troll Logic connecting them to Anne Frank.
    • Scythe-tan for the girl who wields a scythe.
    • Daath/Yuu:
      • He is commonly called "Darth Mugi" due to his thick eyebrows.
      • He is also known as "Bushy Brows".
    • "Tsugumi's Rice Cooker" for Funell.
  • Non-Singing Voice: Ai Kayano voices Inori, but does not do the singing voice for her character, even though she has done songs for other anime she's been in. Instead, Chelly of Egoist does Inori's singing voice.
  • No Export for You: The manga version, Lost Christmas visual novel (including the OVA), Princess of Deadpool and Dancing Endlaves did not have an overseas release. However, the Lost Christmas visual novel received a fan translation in 2016.
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  • What Could Have Been: Kurachi was originally planned to be half-Canadian and named "Nichelle."
  • Written by Cast Member: Patrick Seitz, the English voice of Dan Eagleman, wrote the scripts for episodes 7, 8, 13, 15, 17 and 19.

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