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Jun 17, 2017 8:14 AM

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HoTTab1CH said:
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so you are saying that suzuha that came in episode 23 has a different machine that doesn't allow her to exist when transferred to a new world !! i don't remember anything about that and if that was the case the in the movie how did she appear ?
so what you are saying in terms of the new route is that when he decides to erase the first message then he would go back and not change anything and he will just find her walking again without him knowing that she survived ? then how is that conscious thing and remembering all the events there in the end ? it shows him having full knowledge of what happened in all routes and remembering why she was alive . are you saying that when he returned to the future his memories were written on the new okarin and they became one ?


Movie is not canon and is full of plotholes. In 23 episode future where time machine was created existed, in episode 24 when they reached Steins Gate there is no future where Suzuha came from, so she disappeared because it would be a paradox.

And again, the fooled Okabe from ep24 is just fixed past of Okabe that we were observing, don't forget that there is only 1 active world line in any moment.



but you could just say the same thing happened in the first episode , older okabe was there and the new okabe who stayed throughout the rest of the series thought that Kristina is dead
 
Jun 17, 2017 3:11 PM

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Mezo-RPWPA said:
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Movie is not canon and is full of plotholes. In 23 episode future where time machine was created existed, in episode 24 when they reached Steins Gate there is no future where Suzuha came from, so she disappeared because it would be a paradox.

And again, the fooled Okabe from ep24 is just fixed past of Okabe that we were observing, don't forget that there is only 1 active world line in any moment.



but you could just say the same thing happened in the first episode , older okabe was there and the new okabe who stayed throughout the rest of the series thought that Kristina is dead


Episode 1 and 23 are exactly same events but from different perspectives, you can call that "loop", episode 24 is basically breaking that loop.
 
Jun 17, 2017 7:07 PM

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HoTTab1CH said:
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but you could just say the same thing happened in the first episode , older okabe was there and the new okabe who stayed throughout the rest of the series thought that Kristina is dead


Episode 1 and 23 are exactly same events but from different perspectives, you can call that "loop", episode 24 is basically breaking that loop.



ooooh , i get your point now . thx for explaining
 
Jun 28, 2017 7:27 PM

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Great, great series. I'm glad I misunderstood/was wrong about the conclusion. In the previous episode's thread, I misunderstood the plan as to have an alive Kurisu take place of the dead Kurisu, but she still end up dying. I'm really glad that both girls lived. It wasn't a sad ending after all, although I was fully prepared for one. I'm definitely going to have to watch some videos on this series and read up on it because there's no way I understand this series 100%. That's what makes it great though. Time travel movies and shows are always difficult to wrap your head around during the first go-through. I thoroughly enjoyed this series and am sad it's over; it was a great experience. Time to change up my wallpapers to Steins;Gate material.

The long scene with Okabe having been stabbed and staring down Kurisu's father was extremely intense and one of the best scenes in the series. Quite a few episodes though, I still stand in saying that the scene with Okabe sprinting out of the grocery store to the lab was the overall best scene in the series. I'm so happy Kurisu and Okabe still know each other and are both alive. One of my favorite anime couples so far. It's kind of strange to say that I liked last episode better than this one. I think realizing the plan of what's going to happen and how desperate Okabe was really set the emotion of the episode and the situation. This episode was fantastic as well though. I loved this series.
 
Jun 29, 2017 11:44 AM

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Great, great series. I'm glad I misunderstood/was wrong about the conclusion. In the previous episode's thread, I misunderstood the plan as to have an alive Kurisu take place of the dead Kurisu, but she still end up dying. I'm really glad that both girls lived. It wasn't a sad ending after all, although I was fully prepared for one. I'm definitely going to have to watch some videos on this series and read up on it because there's no way I understand this series 100%. That's what makes it great though. Time travel movies and shows are always difficult to wrap your head around during the first go-through. I thoroughly enjoyed this series and am sad it's over; it was a great experience. Time to change up my wallpapers to Steins;Gate material.

The long scene with Okabe having been stabbed and staring down Kurisu's father was extremely intense and one of the best scenes in the series. Quite a few episodes though, I still stand in saying that the scene with Okabe sprinting out of the grocery store to the lab was the overall best scene in the series. I'm so happy Kurisu and Okabe still know each other and are both alive. One of my favorite anime couples so far. It's kind of strange to say that I liked last episode better than this one. I think realizing the plan of what's going to happen and how desperate Okabe was really set the emotion of the episode and the situation. This episode was fantastic as well though. I loved this series.


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Jul 1, 2017 3:44 AM

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We are halfway into 2017 ,does anybody know our dear Suzu been born yet😂😂
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We are halfway into 2017 ,do anybody knows our dear Suzu been born yet😂😂

Soon, 27th of September ;)
 
Jul 1, 2017 4:52 AM

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Soon, 27th of September
Wow gotta book a ticket to akhibara then ,lol
 
Jul 24, 2017 1:17 AM
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Best anime I've ever seen, finished it recently (too late to the party?) My 10/10 to this anime <3
Would like to take this opportunity to confess, I want a gf as tsundere as Kuristina ;)
 
Jul 26, 2017 12:30 PM
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amazing anime, really well done, enjoyed every minute of it
 
Aug 1, 2017 2:12 PM

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Loved the ending, happy that after all they've been through, Kurisu and Okabe meet again. I hope Kurisu begins to recall some memories that her and the gang went through, just like Mayuri did. Seems like she got a glimpse at the end there, referring to being Okabe's assistant. I can see why this anime is so highly regarded!
 
Aug 1, 2017 2:33 PM

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Loved the ending, happy that after all they've been through, Kurisu and Okabe meet again. I hope Kurisu begins to recall some memories that her and the gang went through, just like Mayuri did. Seems like she got a glimpse at the end there, referring to being Okabe's assistant. I can see why this anime is so highly regarded!


That happy ending was harder than you think, wait until S;G Zero next year :)
 
Aug 1, 2017 2:47 PM

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Loved the ending, happy that after all they've been through, Kurisu and Okabe meet again. I hope Kurisu begins to recall some memories that her and the gang went through, just like Mayuri did. Seems like she got a glimpse at the end there, referring to being Okabe's assistant. I can see why this anime is so highly regarded!


That happy ending was harder than you think, wait until S;G Zero next year :)


Oh jeez, haha. Looking forwards to it, though I imagine it's a lot of suffering to go through to achieve the happy end. Plus, the cover art for the season seems pretty dark
 
Aug 2, 2017 7:28 AM
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Even tho it was a bit boring at the beggining, this anime got better and it had an amazing plot, the ending was great 😍, can't wait to watch the movie, 10/10
 
Sep 28, 2017 7:29 PM

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honestly i wish i didn't know this anime was in top 10 when i watched it, because i ended up having high expectations. and unfortunately, i think those high expectations was what ruined this anime for me. i kept expecting something mind-blowing or amazing but it just never came, so it disappointed me in the end. i heard from people that this anime was "confusing" in the beginning but i was never confused and it wasn't that unexpected, aside from a couple moments. i hate having high expectations for anime before i even start it, sigh...

i think another thing that disappointed me is that i thought Mayuri would play a bigger role in the anime, from the opening song and some weird flashbacks. she was my favorite character and i thought we would get more explanations about her. all we know is that her grandma died and she sometimes puts her hand out to the sky

now, this anime isn't bad by any means, i just don't think it should be in top 10. but that's obviously my opinion, and i guess people prefer anime with happy "feel good" endings like this one.

overall i'd give it around 7.5/10. i liked the beginning and the middle of the anime but then towards the end it felt like a chore to watch the anime as i was no longer interested, i had to force myself to watch the last episode to finally get it over with

(i also wish we could have seen Kurisu in the future when she was part of SERN and Okarin part of a terrorist group)
 
Sep 29, 2017 1:36 PM

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honestly i wish i didn't know this anime was in top 10 when i watched it, because i ended up having high expectations. and unfortunately, i think those high expectations was what ruined this anime for me. i kept expecting something mind-blowing or amazing but it just never came, so it disappointed me in the end. i heard from people that this anime was "confusing" in the beginning but i was never confused and it wasn't that unexpected, aside from a couple moments. i hate having high expectations for anime before i even start it, sigh...

i think another thing that disappointed me is that i thought Mayuri would play a bigger role in the anime, from the opening song and some weird flashbacks. she was my favorite character and i thought we would get more explanations about her. all we know is that her grandma died and she sometimes puts her hand out to the sky

now, this anime isn't bad by any means, i just don't think it should be in top 10. but that's obviously my opinion, and i guess people prefer anime with happy "feel good" endings like this one.

overall i'd give it around 7.5/10. i liked the beginning and the middle of the anime but then towards the end it felt like a chore to watch the anime as i was no longer interested, i had to force myself to watch the last episode to finally get it over with

(i also wish we could have seen Kurisu in the future when she was part of SERN and Okarin part of a terrorist group)


Yea, but final episodes(specifically 23) were foreshadowed in 1 episode. And it was not happy ending that was reached with no any cost because episode 23 and 24 is not what originally happened, you might be interested in upcoming S;G0 which shows what originally happened and how it was possible to reach happy end in 23 24. Basically chronological order S;G ep1-22 -> ep23Beta -> S;G0 -> S;G ep23-24
 
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I'm late, but here's my review of the series:

Steins Gate is a mediocre excuse of a harem anime disguised as something "intelligent".

I can't take the plot seriously at all. A bunch of teens travel through time using a microwave... yeah, a microwave. Also, an old computer or something like that. It was difficult paying attention to this idiotic story that took itself way too seriously. It would sure have worked better as a comedy.

Every episode feels the same, quite literally. As the main characters travel through time they experience the same things happening over and over again. It becomes unintentionally comical at times, like when the MC tries to save someone being attacked and then just ends up stabbing the person he tried to save, all in slow-mo.

The characters wear the same clothes every episode. Is this Family Guy or what? One certain "English speaking" character speaks the most broken Engrish I've ever heard in an anime. And don't get me started on those constant cricket sounds in the background...

Clearly there wasn't a whole lot of effort put into this anime by the creators...

Steins Gate is boring and annoying, with the characters being almost exclusively anime-clichés. It's the most overrated anime of all time, for sure.

I'm nice enough to give it 4/10 though.
 
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@zodd0 Steins Gate maybe isn't intelligent but it's not mediocre either, and what's wrong with harem?

They can travel time not just because of microwaves and old computers. Only episodes 17, 18 and 19 have the same purpose but they still have different stories.
 
Nov 10, 2017 7:01 AM

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The harem part is the best part of this series. The moment the plot moves to time travel, it becomes painfully clear that it has VN video game conventions in place of actual logic, which makes most of the series too dumb to enjoy.
 
Nov 24, 2017 7:56 PM
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8/10 instead of 9/10 because they din't talk a lot about SERN.
 
Dec 6, 2017 1:59 PM

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OKay yeah that was amazing.

See you later space... errr time travel cowboy
 
Dec 28, 2017 11:20 PM

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I wanted Rintarou to be with Mayuri because that was the only relationship that made logical sense.

Last six episodes of steins;gate 1/10 but steins;gate as a whole 8/10
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Jan 2, 2018 11:57 PM
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Okay so, i dont normally do this stuff so please can you answer this simple stupid question of mine lol i really need someones help to explain Steins Gate's ending (Episode 24), where Kurisu said to Okarin this line "I told you im not "Christina" or your assistant!" i got confused why did Kurisu said that? didn't it all started over? didnt they just meet again for the first time? i dont know i dont get it im so stupid af hahaha. PLEASE HELP ME! LMAO! btw the anime was amazing 10/10
 
Jan 3, 2018 5:13 AM
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Just love the finele... nice way to end the series..
 
Jan 3, 2018 7:03 AM

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Okay so, i dont normally do this stuff so please can you answer this simple stupid question of mine lol i really need someones help to explain Steins Gate's ending (Episode 24), where Kurisu said to Okarin this line "I told you im not "Christina" or your assistant!" i got confused why did Kurisu said that? didn't it all started over? didnt they just meet again for the first time? i dont know i dont get it im so stupid af hahaha. PLEASE HELP ME! LMAO! btw the anime was amazing 10/10

Just like how Luka and Faris had remembered some moments from other worldlines, Kurisu also had some similar revelations.. so in the end not everything is lost!
 
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HoTTab1CH said:
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but you could just say the same thing happened in the first episode , older okabe was there and the new okabe who stayed throughout the rest of the series thought that Kristina is dead


Episode 1 and 23 are exactly same events but from different perspectives, you can call that "loop", episode 24 is basically breaking that loop.


I'm somewhat confused on how there weren't 3 versions of Okabe back when he got the video message from his future self that motivated him to go back. Wouldn't this version have to hide from the version from his previous attempt to break the loop?
 
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Episode 1 and 23 are exactly same events but from different perspectives, you can call that "loop", episode 24 is basically breaking that loop.


I'm somewhat confused on how there weren't 3 versions of Okabe back when he got the video message from his future self that motivated him to go back. Wouldn't this version have to hide from the version from his previous attempt to break the loop?

The VN explains it better. Everytime someone physically travels with a time machine, the wordline is changed so slightly (like ~0.000001) to prevent such paradoxes from occurring. There can't be 3 Okabes at the same time in the same worldline.
 
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I'm somewhat confused on how there weren't 3 versions of Okabe back when he got the video message from his future self that motivated him to go back. Wouldn't this version have to hide from the version from his previous attempt to break the loop?

The VN explains it better. Everytime someone physically travels with a time machine, the wordline is changed so slightly (like ~0.000001) to prevent such paradoxes from occurring. There can't be 3 Okabes at the same time in the same worldline.


So the 0.00001% WL change from the time machine isn't explained in the anime?
 
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The VN explains it better. Everytime someone physically travels with a time machine, the wordline is changed so slightly (like ~0.000001) to prevent such paradoxes from occurring. There can't be 3 Okabes at the same time in the same worldline.


So the 0.00001% WL change from the time machine isn't explained in the anime?
No, it is not. They cut that part out even though it's very important.
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^Yeah, I was wondering too why there weren't 3 Okarins.
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Feb 25, 2018 10:49 PM

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I am glad that I live in a world line with this anime. haHAA...
 
Mar 4, 2018 1:32 PM

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A fitting ending. El Psy Congroo.
 
Mar 12, 2018 9:12 PM

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This show was so good that I can't stop myself from watching so I had no sleep last night but no regrets since this is the first sci-fi anime that i've been very attached to in watching plus the fact that it has a very, very good story and conclusion. All the fear, excitement, thrill, disappointment, and a bit of anger that I felt were all worth it because of its spectacular ending. This is the same feeling that I had after watching the movie "Interstellar". Amazing.

100000000000/10
 
Mar 27, 2018 5:22 PM

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Rewatched the whole series in anticipation of the new series next season.

Just such a fantastic, clever, and well-done ending. Props to White Fox, and Hiroshi Hamasaki's distinct directorial style. It's really a great series from beginning to end, despite the first half being a little slow(I guess) until episode 12 hits. I think I'll leave my original score at a 10, though.

I have not watched the movie, so I'm probably going to do that tomorrow or so. And then that alternate episode 23 after that, to lead in to next season's Steins;Gate 0.
 
Apr 3, 2018 10:55 AM
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Rewatched in time for Steins;Gate 0. I can't wait for Leskinen's antics.
 
Apr 4, 2018 8:39 AM

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Pretty great.

Didn't like the romantic aspect of the show (a bit forced for me), but besides that it's great in every other aspect. Nothing more to say

9/10
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Apr 9, 2018 11:14 AM

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This really fucked my head... but I don't really see the appeal. People overhype it to death. It was just a good plot series, 7/10. Nowhere near the "masterpiece" most claim it to be
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foi bom embora n entendi umas coisas, mas chaos head foi bem melhor .
 
Apr 15, 2018 6:34 PM
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So casual Sunday planning to watch a little anime here and there. Then I hit up SteinsGate, not expecting that much.

Then I sit in my chair for 12 hours. Crying, smiling and cheering on.
This might be on my top3. What a wonderful and captivating experience, I just could not stop watching, I was missing this feeling for a long time now. These current seasons are just full of mediocre shows. This was just 10/10 masterpiece material, I will probably be thinking about this for the next few days like Mirai Nikki and Aot and so, the classics.
 
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So I guess episode 1 was from when Okarin stabbed her at the first failed attempt to rescue in episode 23. Then he changed the timeline to alpha where Mayushi died. Then back to beta.

If he had continued to fail only this would have looped. But after he fooled himself with his own blood and after going back (at the very end after Kurisu is rescued) in between (what we don't get to see):

Stuff between episodes 2 and 22 should have happened again - I guess? (The other Okarin saw her first and sent the mail and didn't know/want to undo it.) But then he should have thought Kurisu would die after deleting the mail ... but as a miracle she was alive.


Seems a bit weird ... the others not remembering certain characters (wondering about the initials on the badge) but Kurisu still being alive ... that is fine. But for it to work Okarin would have have needed to travel back in time in that timeline.

But that only happened because he had to rescue her which isn't necessary anymore ... weird.


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The VN explains it better. Everytime someone physically travels with a time machine, the wordline is changed so slightly (like ~0.000001) to prevent such paradoxes from occurring. There can't be 3 Okabes at the same time in the same worldline.
I see. This makes sense. So in the best time line at the end (Steins;Gate) it is not necessary within that timeline that Okarin later travels back. As long as the one from outside started it and shifted the events towards this timeline. Similar to the d-mail the stuff even got recognized before they actually sent the mail in the shifted/new timeline (and they didn't need to re-send it to keep the timeline constant cause within the timeline it appears to be something from "outside").
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Is it funny when Suzuha said "See you in 7 years" that S;G0 aired literally 7 years after the original aired?
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May 6, 2018 1:14 AM

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I really didn't like episode 23/24 it should have ended after episode 22 that would have been perfect,
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May 6, 2018 3:07 AM
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The conclusion to this season was absolutely phenomenal, I'll give this anime a Solid 10/10, and my third anime I consider to be a "masterpiece"
This has been an emotional rollercoaster from preventing Mayuri's death to Kurisu's, I'm so glad I rewatched it because the first time I watched it my empathy level was rather minuscule but now I'm in love with this.
White fox has done an amazing job adapting this anime, the facial expressions to the small little bits and pieces were well done. Along with the background OSTs that played throughout the anime. As well as changing up the opening in the last few episodes.
"El Psy Congroo" indeed
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May 21, 2018 11:28 PM

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[Rewatch] Once again thank you Steins;Gate 0 for making me revisit this series and making me remind myself that it's truly my favorite anime of all time. I still remember the feelings I had when I first rewatched this, the goosebumps I felt when Okabe proceeded Operation Skuld, and the tingle of warmth at the last scene with Okabe and Christina Kurisu. The feelings were still the same with this rewatch even though I already know what's going to happen :)

Now to continue to lurk into the despair in 0. All is the choice of Steins Gate.
 
May 23, 2018 10:58 AM
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Hey guys I would know if anyone knows how exactly the microwave phone works, because at the begin it works by a phone on it that send D-mails in the past, but then they send D-mails in the past even without connecting the phone to the microwave like in the episode with FB if anyone of you understood how it works could explain me too? Thanks ;-)
 
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Hey guys I would know if anyone knows how exactly the microwave phone works, because at the begin it works by a phone on it that send D-mails in the past, but then they send D-mails in the past even without connecting the phone to the microwave like in the episode with FB if anyone of you understood how it works could explain me too? Thanks ;-)

They set up a burner phone that is always attached to the microwave and relays messages. Kurisu called Daru to turn it on.
 
May 23, 2018 1:06 PM
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But even if they called daru to turn it on I saw they send the message from the FB'phone to the Moeka's phone so how does it work? Sorry be patient with me :')
 
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But even if they called daru to turn it on I saw they send the message from the FB'phone to the Moeka's phone so how does it work? Sorry be patient with me :')


The PhoneWave is modified to act as a kind of relay. The mail goes from FB's phone -> PhoneWave's phone -> Moeka's phone (in the past). How exactly it was made to work as a relay - well, chalk that up to Daru's engineering skills.
 
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Amazing conclusion to the series. It have a beautiful ending. My original score was 8/10 but due that I love most of the characters so my final score for Steins;Gate is 9/10
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