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Vincent_Helsing Jan 16, 2018 8:12 AM
If wishes could be granted, if desires could be fulfilled, then I wouldn't wish or desire for anything after all. The things you're handed on a silver platter are never genuine, and never everlasting. And that is why I'll always keep searching.

- Hachiman Hikigaya
Vincent_Helsing Jan 5, 2018 6:36 AM
Chaos;Head ,Steins;Gate and Robotic;Notes exist in the same universe, but on different world lines.

- Chaos;Head happens in Shibuya and the events happen one year before Steins;Gate
- Steins;Gate happens in Akihabara
- Robotic;Notes happens in Tanegashima Island and the events happen nine years after Steins;Gate

The events of Chaos;Head are consistent with the events of Steins;Gate within the Beta world-line, divergence ratio: 1.130426%. Steins;Gate and Robotics;Note exist on the "Steins;Gate" world-line, divergence ratio: 1.048596%. (Steins;Gate was also originally in the same world-line as Chaos;Head, which changed after Okabe sent the first D-Mail and passed to another world-line.)

There is a mention of "Knight Hart" which is the online persona of Chaos;Head's protagonist Nishijou Takumi, in episode 4 of Steins;Gate. In the Steins;Gate game, it's mentioned that this character was also looking for the IBN 5100 (the non-conical 8-bit version of the game gets more in depth into his motivations).

Kurisu explained the "Time Leap Machine" concept to Okabe using NOZOMI papers from Chaos;Head.

On big TV outdoors, FES's performance can be seen in the Alpha timeline. Giving the right reply to Faris's mail earns the player Ayase's portrait and FES's music, sung by Kanako Itou, which include the Chaos;Head OP, "Find the Blue."

Robotics;Note connects the two series a bit more by revealing that the "Committee of 300" are the driving force between the major events of all three series.

"Committee of 300" Relationship chart

Nae from Steins;Gate appears as an adult in Robotics;Note. Daru and Kurisu show up on the Twipo network in Robotics;Note as "DaSH". In the VN game, Kurisu uses a trip-code. In the anime, Kurisu posts in @channel under the handle "KURI_KAME" in episode 15 (about 2D and 3D limitations).

Daru writes the program that eradicates Kimijima Kou from Iru-o.

SERN (and their projects) is also mentioned several times in both Steins;Gate and Robotics;Note.
Vincent_Helsing Dec 8, 2017 8:07 PM
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'Looking Back on High School Life'
Class 2F Hachiman Hikigaya

Youth is a lie. It is nothing but evil.
Those of you who rejoice in youth are perpetually deceiving yourselves and those around you. You perceive everything about the reality surrounding you in a positive light. Even life-threatening mistakes will be remembered as single page proofs of your youth.
I’ll give you an example. If such people were to dabble in criminal acts such as shoplifting or mass rioting, it would be called ‘youthful indiscretion.’ If they were to fail an exam, they would say school is not only a place for studying. Their pursuit of ‘youth’ excuses even distortions of commonly held beliefs and social norms.
Under their discretion, lies, secrets, crimes and even failure are nothing but the spice of one’s youth. And in their corrupt ways, they discover something peculiar about failure. They conclude that while their own failures are generally a part of relishing in youth, others’ failures should be shot down as just failures and nothing more.
If failure is seen proof of one’s youth, isn’t it strange not to consider those who fail to make friends as experiencing the height of their youth? Not that they acknowledge that.
It amounts to nothing. This is simply opportunism. Therefore, it is a sham, full of damnable lies, deception, secrets and fraud.
They are evil.
That is to say, ironic as it is, those who do not glorify their youth are the truly righteous ones.

In conclusion: riajuu, go blow yourselves up.