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This article lists down the different terms and words utilized in each episode and its definition.

Term 1: El Psy Congroo/Kongroo[edit | edit source]

"El Psy Kongroo" is the password that Okabe Rintaro makes use of each time he ends a phone dialog pertinent to his mad endeavors. However, it's printed that those supposed conversations he ends are simply to himself as a result of Rintarou has his telephone turned off for them. The phrase approach one thing like "The Mind Agrees" or "The Mind is Congruous" and is supposed to be Latin, however the grammar isn't proper and "El" is a certain article in numerous Roman languages, for example Catalan and Spanish, but no longer in Latin, additionally "congroo" in Latin is in truth spelled "congruo". The phrase itself is a reference to the @channel meme "La Yohasoh Steana," and most likely something associated with the true international John Titor's codeword, "Tempus edax rerum," that means "Time, the devourer of all things." Translated as "Congroo" in the anime, the professional English translation of the visible novel romanizes it as "Kongroo", which is the canon translation. Congroo is a mistranslation executed with the anime -- this is supported via the video D-Mail within the ultimate episodes coming from the e-mail deal with "[email protected]", where the preliminary five letters stand for Steins Gate-El Psy Kongroo"

Term 2: "Organization"[edit | edit supply]

This is Okabe's delusional company concerned with Committee of 300. It is supposedly a extremely secret staff who is wanted via many opposing organizations, whose secrets could be essential to radical alternate, which nobody but Okabe cares for. This is the preliminary irony to the collection, as one thing to start with imaginary becomes all too genuine.

Term 3: Metal Upa[edit | edit source]

Upa is a personality from the fictitious anime Rai-net Kakeu. The Metal Upa is certainly one of, if no longer the rarest of a collectible merchandising Upa figure collection. While the anime is regarded as a child's cartoon, some acquire the merchandise for his or her rarity.

OOPA, or OOPArt,  is an acronym for "Out Of Place Artifact", a supposedly futuristic artifact present in an ancient archaeological web site. The very existence of OOPArts could be evidence of time traveling that has took place prior to. Oopa is an alternative spelling for Upa. Upa is thought of as canon.Term 4: Alpacaman[edit | edit source]

This alpaca with a person's face is a character of virtual pet video game: a parody of SEGA Dreamcast device Seaman.

Term 5: Hououin Kyouma[edit | edit source]

The main protagonist of Steins;Gate, Okabe is a self-proclaimed mad scientist and often refers to himself beneath the alias of Hououin Kyouma, which is also the name he makes use of to introduce himself to other folks. Mayuri and Daru check with him via the nickname Okarin. He also uses this alias when surfing @channel. The literal translation is "Phoenix-Shrine Madness-of-truth."

Term 6: The Choice of Steins Gate[edit | edit supply]

This is a phrase utilized by Okabe to signify the that means of occasions, the phrase itself, in his own occasional confession, "doesn't really mean anything."

Term 7: Futuristic Gadget #1[edit | edit source]

"Future Gadget #1 Bit Particle Cannon" is without doubt one of the gadgets that Okabe and Daru made; it is nothing more than a laser gun-shaped TV distant control.

Term 8: Landlord[edit | edit source]

Yuugo Tennouji, the executive of a small electronics retailer specializing in Braun tubes (hence, Okabe's nickname to him of "Mr. Braun") and CRT-based televisions could also be the property owner of the rental. It is shown that he does not dislike Okabe, however unearths his antics to be very disruptive to the property.

Term 9: Hostage[edit | edit source]

Explained afterward in the series, Mayuri is claimed to be Okabe's hostage. This is because she used to be traumatized via her grandmother's death to the purpose the place she would discuss with her grave day-to-day all over younger years. One day in 2005, Mayuri reached up in opposition to the sky to a beam of light, and Okabe ran to hold her as he announced that he wouldn't let her cross anywhere as a result of she is his hostage—he used to be afraid she could be taken into the heavens and she or he would now not be with him. It's a non-affectionate means of saying he'll never have him leave her if he can lend a hand it, and he later develops the personality of Hououin Kyouma to help in emotionally protective her, later realizing that that is in all probability unfavourable to her sense of independence.

Term 10: Phone Microwave (Name Subject to Change)[edit | edit source]

Future Gadget #8. This is the whole identify of the mechanical device used for the preliminary time travel-related plot at first of the series. When a message is shipped to the microwave from a telephone, it activates it remotely. Originally designed to be a remote-controlled microwave, this turned into the bottom thought for the time machine later on.

Term 11: Gel Banana (also Gel-bana)[edit | edit source]

During experimentation with the Phone Microwave (Name Subject to Change), a banana teleports back to its stalk in a green, mushy form, marking the start of the time-themed plot.

Term 12: University Forum[edit | edit supply]

Both Okabe and Daru are scholars from Tokyo Denki University, and to procure academic units, they held a seminar on the Akihabara Techno Forum (ATF) at Dai-Building.

Term 1: SCIENCY[edit | edit source]

SCIENCY (a parody of SCIENCE) is probably the most famous medical journal magazine on the earth and is the instructional magazine of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. At the young age of 18, Makise Kurisu's educational paper was once published within the mag's April 2010 factor, making her the youngest particular person to accomplish such a feat.

Term 2: Yanagibayashi Shrine 柳林神社[edit | edit supply]

This is the shrine that Luka is helping set up.

Term 3: Youtou Samidare[edit | edit source]

Replica of Katana bought at Bukiya replica weapon shop. Okabe bought it for 980 yen, however treats it as though it is a mythical blade.

Term 4: "Yep, Still a Dude."[edit | edit supply]

In regards to Luka, talking about all his completely female qualities... but he's a guy.

Term 5: "Oh-ha~!"[edit | edit supply]

Short for "Ohayou-gozaimasu' (Good morning), the road is claimed by Amane Suzuha. The greeting gained the grand prize within the buzzwords contest for 2000, a decade ago, and is very important for its horrible out-of-dateness.

Term 6: @channel[edit | edit source]

This is the fictitious identical to the textboard 2channel. The most effective discussed tripcode person is JOHN_TITOR. People that use a reputation but no tripcode come with Hououin Kyouma and 'KuriGohan and Kamehameha'. In the anime, JOHN_TITOR and Hououin Kyouma "age" the threads while KuriGohan "sages" them.

Term 7: JOHN_TITOR[edit | edit source]

According to the BBS, John Titor is a time traveler from the 12 months 2036. The user posts on @channel about a futuristic dystopia in 2036.

Term 8: SERN[edit | edit source]

Short for Société Européenne pour los angeles Recherche Nucléaire. A supposedly evil company who works closely with particle manipulation, SERN is an anime counterpart to the real global CERN. In the collection, SERN becomes the antagonist faction to Okabe and the lab. They are a significant ruling pressure inJohn Titor's time.

Term 9: Dystopia[edit | edit supply]

In reference to John Titor's time, a dystopia is a world this is put into a forced state of peace, however it's just a veiled dictatorship.

Term 10: Grandfather Paradox[edit | edit supply]

The theory that if you happen to have been to return in time to kill your organic grandfather, you would be from a parallel universe created via the loss of life of your grandfather, as you could possibly by no means have existed first of all.

Term 11: World Line[edit | edit supply]

Throughout time as a linear plane, world lines are diversifications of reality in which main points range from one international line to the following. There is a large number of hopping of world strains, so the extra occasions global lines are traversed, the extra various the truth is; Okabe observes how one D-Mail can change the whole nature of town of Akihabara. The % change in variation will also be tracked through the Divergence Meter, and universal events of worldwide strains within levels of 1% variation are tethered to outcomes ruled by Attractor Fields.

Term 12: IBN 5100[edit | edit source]

An outdated computer advanced by means of IBM, the IBN 5100 is the in-universe an identical. It is a pc made in 1975 that runs very simple coding this is dismissed in long term computer fashions, causing a very quick stock to have ever been produced. This it sounds as if is imperative to the use of a time machine, as said byJohn Titor.

Term 13: Mayushii NyanNyan[edit | edit supply]

Mayuri has a part-time place at a maid cafe as a catgirl maid, the place they all say "nyan~" at the finish in their sentences.

Term 14: Forbidden Secret Technique[edit | edit source]

Faris' ancient methodology known as Through Shoulder. Her mention of coaching on the Guiana Highlands is a reference to G-Gundam episode E18.

Term 1: HENTAI[edit | edit source]

In Japanese, manner 'pervert.' Kurisu uses this fairly steadily for Daru. He insists that he's no longer a pervert, however a perverted gentleman. Pervert gentleman is a @channel meme for innocuous, mannerly pervert.

Term 2: Christina (Kurisu-tina)[edit | edit source]

Another identify given to Kurisu by Okabe. He teases her with this name as a result of it is slightly awkward - this is a continent-neutral title of American and Japanese beginning. This is because she has been finding out in America, and idea that it might be extra suited for his 'international conspiracy' delusions. Other conspiracy-related ladies come with Sara, Claudia, and Simone.

Term 3: Labo-Mem (Laboratory Member)[edit | edit source]

The participants of the "Future Gadget Lab"; Okabe officially inducts each one personally.

Term 4: The Zombie[edit | edit source]

One of the numerous names given to Kurisu by Okabe, because of seeing her dip her finger right into a gel-bana and taste its contents for analysis. One may counsel that he enjoys teasing her. From Okabe's perspective, this name is retroactively fitting as she was once, in a way, "resurrected" after being stabbed.

Term 5: Time Machine[edit | edit supply]

Unlike conventional time machines, the Phone Microwave is handiest able to sending a small quantity of information as text back into the previous; any better object despatched again would grow to be torn apart at the molecular level (hence the gel bananas).

Term 6: Shining Finger[edit | edit source]

In connection with the Kung Fu ability from the protagonist of Gundam G collection, that is the nickname given to Kiryu Moeka via Okabe because of her high-speed cellular phone-typing talent.

Easter egg: The voice actor of Daru had shouted "Shining Finger!" in Gundam G.

Term 7: Sanbo[edit | edit supply]

Name of a beef bowl (gyuudon) stand in Akihabara. Being referred to as Akihabara geeks' favorite, it even has its own Japanese Wikipedia access. No cell phones, no headphones, and no questions are the principles of the shop.

Term 8: LHC (Large Hadron Collider)[edit | edit source]

This is a device utilized by both real-world CERN and fictional SERN to collide atoms in an try to create excessive forces of power for medical research. It's the clinical approach of "knocking things together until something interesting happens," including generation of a micro-black hole. It runs underground in a hoop. In Steins;Gate, the black holes it generates are used to ship folks and information back via time.

Term 9: Canned Oden[edit | edit source]

In Japan, there are merchandising machines just about far and wide for comfort. This does no longer only include drinks, but fast soup as well; canned oden is an area uniqueness of Akihabara.

Term 10: Rai-Net Sausage[edit | edit source]

Merchandise of the fictitious anime sequence Rai-net Kakeru.

Term 11: "Human is dead, mismatch"[edit | edit source]

During Daru's investigation, a search on missing individuals in SERN's database presentations articles involving particular test subjects being transported back in time and torn aside on the molecular level; each and every topic this happens to has his/her record branded with this phrase.

Term 1: Faris NyanNyan[edit | edit source]

Pink haired lady, inheritant of Akiba city. She works in the similar maid cafe as Mayuri and is a pal of Daru and Okarin. Daru appears up to her as the only 3D girl with a 2D soul. She incessantly ends her sentences with the word(s) "Nyan-nyan" And wears cat ears (as they look like). These are all on account of her persona of in need of to behave like a cat.

Term 2: Rai-Net Dash (Rai-net Kakeru)[edit | edit source]

Fictional anime collection. The tale of Thirteen episodes is introduced in the authentic sport Steins;Gate. The story revolves round an elementary-school hero Kakeru who fights online battles in opposition to evil hackers, with his girlfriend Kirari-chan and his legendary Monster-Program called Upa.

Term 3: Tennouji Nae[edit | edit source]

The docile only daughter of Tennouji Yuugo. She treats Mayuri as her older sister, and when the two meet, they frequently say "Tutturu" at the similar time. She in reality loves her father and is nervous by way of Daru and Okabe.

Term 4: "I'm a full-fledged soldier"[edit | edit supply]

"I'm a grown-up and a soldier" is the subber's mistranslation.

Term 5: Stardust Handshake[edit | edit source]

Something that Mayuri does every so often, she appears to be like to the sky and places her hand in opposition to the solar. She's finished this since her grandmother died.

Term 6: Faris Cup[edit | edit supply]

In the maid cafe, there's a match for Rai-net Access Battlers, a computer-themed boardgame wherein the winner will get to request Faris do anything else for them. RNAB is regarded as to be an arranged model of german boardgame Geister!.

Term 7: G-BACK[edit | edit source]

Okabe's strategy of successful his fit Rai-net Access Battlers against Faris. As their settlement was once for Faris to inform Okabe what she knew about the IBN-5100 if Okabe joined her in a fit, G-Back, or 自爆 (pronounced jibaku, trans: suicide-bombing), ensures that their game ends quickly.

Term 1: Your Chest is Getting Hot, Isn't It?[edit | edit source] Term 2: That's why we love him. [edit | edit supply]

An @channel meme taken from manga Jojo's Bizarre Adventures Vol.1. The full phrase is "That's just what you'd expect from Dio! He does something we never could! That's why we love him! That's why we adore him!!"

Term 3: Fireworks[edit | edit source]

A device containing gunpowder and different combustible chemical compounds that reasons a spectacular explosion when ignited, used typically for display or in celebrations. The importance of this is that Suzuha, being from the dystopian long term, hasn't ever actually observed them before, as all forms of explosions she is acquainted with have caused her and her allies grief.

Term 4: Lab Coat[edit | edit supply]

Token merchandise of clothing for any scientist.

Term 5: Virus Card[edit | edit supply]

A card piece used within the imaginary board sport Rai-net Access Battlers. Player loses when he/she captures four enemy Virus cards.

Term 6: Dk. Pepper[edit | edit source]

The drink of scientists and high-minded other folks alike. (clearly parody of Dr. Pepper as it's pronounced the similar)

It is known as Dr. People within the Visual Novel.

Term 7: Z-Program[edit | edit supply]

The series of experiments SERN is acting at the LHC, the use of the particle accelerator to move hopeful other folks back through time.

Term 8: Lifter[edit | edit source]

A triangular flight tool that achieves lift by way of ionizing air molecules, forcing them through its central electromagnetic axis. It functions as a part of the phone-microwave/time-machine within the form of a 42" cathode ray tube (CRT) television, coincidentally placed underneath the floor of the Future Gadget Lab at once underneath the microwave.

Term 9: Jellyman's Report[edit | edit supply]

The nameless writer of the SERN time-travel stories involving "mismatched" individuals. Or most likely named as a result of these "mismatched" folks listed in these studies have all grew to become to jelly (gel).

Term 10: Laegjarn's Chest[edit | edit supply]

Also referred to as Pandora's Box. Okabe used this to call the Future Gadget Lab's operation that aims to extract information from SERN's computer systems.

Term 11: Singular Point[edit | edit source]

A point in time and house selected for present. Once you go the point, the functions of time and house are switched. In different words, your time is stretched perpetually and you'll't escape from the purpose.

Term 1: Round-Table Meeting[edit | edit source]

A time period that means that members of a bunch will similarly talk about an issue as friends to resolve a problem or examine as scenario - their table is rectangle, so it's humorous. A connection with Arthurian Legend.

Term 2: Nostalgia Drive (Nostalgic Journey that Crosses Over Time)[edit | edit source]

NOSTALGIA DRIVU~ is a complicated time period Okabe coined for the e-mails that they plan to ship back in time. Because of his ordinary naming sense, his advice was rejected by majority vote, and Kurisu's suggestion — D-Mail — ends up being selected because the term for use for next experiments.

Term 3: The Mail that Leapt Through Time[edit | edit source]

This is Daru's recommendation for a name that will describe the e-mails they ship again in time. The word is if truth be told a reference to the film "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time", a tale of a lady who is able to journey back in time. The movie is sad.

Term 4: D-Mail[edit | edit supply]

Kurisu's suggestion for the term for use for the messages they send back in time. It is a shortcut of Mayuri's advice "DeLorean Mail" and it eventually becomes the "official" time period the Future Gadget Lab would use to pertain to the messages. DeLorean is a reference to the Back to the Future movie sequence, during which the automobile used by the primary characters is a DeLorean DMC-12.

Term 5: Operation Urd (Norn of the Past)[edit | edit source]

Operation Urd relates to the experiment which makes an attempt to revitalize the project that involves sending messages again in time. Urd comes from the Norse Goddess of the same identify who governs the previous; she additionally has two sisters named Verthandi and Skuld. Of direction, Okabe used to be the one who created the identify.

Term 6: Kerr Black Hole[edit | edit source]

This is a black hollow that spins; most black holes do not need an axis, as they 'suck in' all topic and area, practically folding in on themselves (not to be at a loss for words with collapsing). A Kerr Black Hole rotates on its axis as it pulls anything else, however moderately than puling subject instantly into it, it will possibly slightly orbit topic round itself infinitely. This is why it is related to time journey, as supposedly the extra you can approach the velocity of sunshine, the slower time becomes - in case you were to in some way pass faster than light, time may well be transversed in both direction.

Term 7: Event Horizon[edit | edit supply]

Basically, the "point of no return" round a black hollow - nothing can escape the gravitational pull, no longer even gentle. This is the location wherein not anything can have an effect on anything else outside.

Term 8: My Favorite Right Arm (Dependence on One's Right Arm)[edit | edit source]

In other phrases, one thing that cannot be changed and is absolutely essential. A time period to check with an irreplaceable and useful ally.

Term 9: Super Hacka[edit | edit source]

Daru, self proclaimed "Super Hacker", is known as "Super Hacka" by means of Okabe. The western meme equivalent could be to consult with an internet hacker as 'hax0r', which will also be further leetspeaked.

Term 10: Yuri Field[edit | edit source]

Term used by Okabe to describe Mayuri comforting Kurisu when she bumped her head. Yuri is a Japanese time period most often reserved for Anime and Manga that kind of translates to "Girls Love" or a sexual/romantic lesbian dating between two feminine characters.

Term 1: Phone Microwave Second Edition Version 1.03[edit | edit supply]

The newest model of Okabe and Itaru's Phone Microwave (transient title), with name invented by way of the latter. Unlike the former version, it could possibly now send messages from any phone the usage of the cell phone that includes the Phone Microwave. However, it may possibly now not cook anything, even gel bananas.

Term 2: Celebrity Seventeen[edit | edit source]

Kurisu is given but another nickname via Okabe on this episode: Celeb 17 (or Celebrity 17). It pertains to Kurisu's well-to-do lifestyle (dwelling in a lodge the use of her parents' money) that is ordinary for any individual of her age. Kurisu points out that she is 18, now not seventeen...

Term 3: Sweets[edit | edit supply]

Mass media retailers like magazines, TV techniques, and so on known as sweet deal with like cakes "sweets" in a distinct matter of gourmand for ladies in 2007 in Japan. Such a term used to be not well-liked in Japan until then. It used to be the buzz term used by the media.  Men mocked ladies manipulated through the term the media made.

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Term 4: Upa Cushion[edit | edit source]

One of the various items that may be found inside the Future Gadget Lab, the Upa Cushion is advisable through Mayuri for people who really feel down or is wired. According to her, a snappy squeeze of the soft plush doll from the Rai-Net Kakeru merchandise is enough to soothe one's thoughts.

Term 5: Tsundere[edit | edit supply]

Roughly translates to "hot and cold". It is a term used to describe folks (especially girls) who act adversarial or cold (tsun) and often later show their warm and loving facet (dere) towards people of the other intercourse. Example: "It's not like I wanted to see you or anything."

Term 1: Reading Steiner[edit | edit supply]

The skill of Okabe to retain all of his earlier memories after a transformation in worldline divergence. Activates after sending a D-mail, however provided that the D-mail impacts the past.

Term 2: Kirari-chan[edit | edit supply]

She is the girlfriend of Kakeru, the protagonist of a fictional anime series called Rai-Net Dash (Rai-Net Kakeru).

Term 3: Flat is Justice[edit | edit supply]

Something Mayuri stated to Luka when he was (forcibly) wearing a cosplay that Mayuri made. Luka (being a man, regardless of his feminine appearance) has a flat chest, and It was said through Mayuri in an try to calm him down. However, this only made him feel more uncomfortable.

Term 4: Low-angler[edit | edit supply]

A definite photographer that goals cosplayer's lower part and even from beneath and photograph them.

Term 5: Venomous Radiowave[edit | edit source] [edit | edit source]

Urushibara Luka (the guy more female than any woman) desires to ship a D-Mail to his mom with a view to alternate his gender, but on the time of his mother cellphones did not exist but. However, there have been pagers. Daru transformed the message to numbers and sent it to Luka's mom using the "Phone Microwave (Name Subject to Change". The message used to be: "Eat vegetables for a healthy child" because Luka believed that if a pregnant girl ate a large number of greens, she would have a lady, and if meat - a boy.

Term 7: EatVegitablesForAHealthyChild[edit | edit source]

Possibly a typographical error for "Eat vegetables for a healthy child". This was the mail sent by means of Urushibara Luka to her mother using Okabe's D-mail invention to switch her gender (from being male to a female). However, because of it is limitations, as tested via Makise Kurisu, areas between words had been overlooked to send the whole message to Luka's mother's pager (cell phones weren't so fashionable in the time of Luka's mom's pregnancy).

Term 8: 'Home once more, home once more, jiggity-jig'.[edit | edit supply]

In the dubbed model, Mr. Braun speaks this phrase as he steps out of the delivery truck. It is a direct connection with 'Blade Runner'; considered one of J. F. Sebastian's 'toys' says 'Home again, home once more, jiggity-jig' when he enters his condo.

Term 1: Cosplay[edit | edit supply]

Cosplay is a kind of performance artwork the place contributors put on costumes to represent a selected persona. Mayuri's passion is creating costumes for cosplay, and she or he gets excited on the alternative to contain any of her fellow lab participants. Makise Kurisu every now and then hints at her passion, as she is what many would call a 'Closet Otaku', but she is at all times fast to comb it off.

Term 2: Physical Time Travel[edit | edit source]

Refers to the hypothetical idea of touring time and area with the traveller's bodily body. For instance, Okabe, when he uses the Time Leap, travels with his mind and sends the information to the Okabe at the different global line changing the latter's memories. But if he used the strategies of physical time journey (which is confirmed impossible in any phrases) the Okabe from the original international line would vanish because his frame (or to be precise, his very life) would have already left that international line.

Term 3: Gel-Okabe[edit | edit source] Term 4: Neler (@channeler)[edit | edit supply] Term 5: Butterfly Effect[edit | edit source]

It means that one little factor can have massive consequences, the usage of the butterfly as a example, it is said that the flap of a butterfly's wing can influence the path of a supposedly oncoming typhoon far away

Term 6: The individuals are like garbage[edit | edit source]

A line from "Castle in the Sky (1986)" directed by Hayao Miyazaki.

Term 7: Akiha Rumiho[edit | edit source]

Akiha Rumiho (秋葉 留美穂) is Faris NyanNyan's real identify. In the probably the most by-product Visual Novels, it is printed that Faris is very self-conscious about this identify, and best lets in a make a choice few folks to make use of it.

Term 8: Nakano[edit | edit source] Term 9: 'Could you be more of a Wesley?' (Dub)[edit | edit supply]

Owing to Okabe's usual stubbornness, Kurisu calls him a 'Wesley'. This is a reference to Wesley Crusher from Star Trek TNG; furthermore Okabe's comments afterwords when he calls Kurisu 'Madame Next Gen' and says 'Going too boldly, I am?' at her retort, in addition to calling her Nurse Chapel (who used to be portrayed via Majel Roddenberry, wife of Gene Wesley Roddenberry, author of Star Trek), all pay homage to Star Trek and TNG as properly. There may be a refined hint of foreshadowing with this clever quip; Wesley used to be continuously thought to be infantile and nerve-racking (like Okabe), and but he served as a 'deux ex machina' of types on more than one occasions in TNG - this direct analogy belies Okabe's position because the 'savior' (as discussed in the past via John Titor).

Term 1: Bla-Chu (Blood Tune the Animation)[edit | edit supply] Term 2: Mongolian blue spot (Mole)[edit | edit source]

Mongolians are born with a blue spot on the back which in the end disappears after a couple of years.

Term 3: Actually a Guy[edit | edit supply]

Refers to the truth that Luka is a male, in spite of his feminine appearance.

Term 4: Operation Eldhrimnir[edit | edit supply]

Eldhrimnir is the cauldron that Andhrimnir, cook of the gods, makes use of to arrange foods for the Norse Gods.

Term 5: Offline Meeting[edit | edit source]

A meeting thet held by a certain on-line staff in real existence. In this episode, the meeting is ready a Time Machine which held by a Sci-Fi BBS staff which Daru was once in

Term 6: Apple Pie[edit | edit supply] Term 7: Moad Snake[edit | edit supply]

Future Gadget #4. Kurisu acknowledges the form as a Claymore mine, but it's if truth be told a "super-instant humidifier". Luka by chance sets it off and it covers all the Future Gadget lab in a heavy fog.

Term 8: Once Again I've Connected Something Useless, by Goemon[edit | edit source]

Future Gadget #5, an impressive vacuum cleaner that acts as a dryer. Using this triggers the circuit breaker if another home equipment also are in use.

The title is a connection with Goemon (from the Lupin III franchise)'s most renowned quote: "Once again, I've cut something worthless".

Term 9: Barrel Titor[edit | edit source]

Suzuha's father, a minimum of his identify in Valkyrie resistance.

Term 1: 42" CRT[edit | edit supply]

Refers to a large CRT-based tv in Tennouji Yuugo's store.

Term 2: Time Leap[edit | edit supply]

A amendment made to the "Phone Microwave (name subject to change)", allows Okabe to ship his current recollections to himself up to now with out converting global lines. This is extremely used and specified within the sequence of deaths of Mayuri, the place Okabe tries to prevent her dying by way of using the "time leap". He is going again no less than 3 hours ahead of the time of Mayuri's earlier death but his efforts grew to become out to be futile. He continues to make use of the Time Leap in a determined try to save Mayuri however finally ends up being unable to prevent her dying countless instances.

Term 3: Operation Verthandi("Norn of the Present")[edit | edit supply]

The operation to create the Time Leap Machine. Verthandi is a determine of Norse Mythology, and is sometimes called the "Goddess of Fate." she is often referred to together with the beings Urðr and Skuld, (additionally terms thrown round by means of Okabe) and the 3 of them were tasked with deciding the fates of other people.

Term 4: Layer[edit | edit source]

Cosplayer

Term 5: Comima[edit | edit source]

Short for comic market. Comima is a manga convention held two times a year at the Tokyo big web page development. As the title recommend its an enormous position with a lot of manga booths. particularly doujinshis (fan made manga). The identify is a play on phrases with real-life equivalent term and convention Comiket.

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See http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%81%AC%E3%82%8B%E3%81%BD

Term 7: "Anchor at VIP"[edit | edit supply] Term 8: You know an excessive amount of.[edit | edit supply]

A message by an "unknown" member of SERN which used to be despatched to Okabe after the development of the time leap machine. An attachment comes with the message, this is a image of bloody beheaded doll head,

Term 1: Time Leap Machine[edit | edit source]

A modification made to the "Phone Microwave (name subject to change)", allowing the consumer to send his present reminiscences to himself prior to now, it is not the same as the D-mail as a result of Okabe remains in the similar world line when he makes use of this.

Term 2: Heidegger[edit | edit source]

"Time is not a thing, thus nothing which is, and yet it remains constant in its passing away without being something temporal like the beings in time"  -Martin Heidegger

Term 3: Cyalume Saber[edit | edit supply]

Future device N°1, Mayuri use it as a mild supply.

Term 4: "Kaichuu" Pocket Watch[edit | edit source]

The pocket watch Mayuri stored everytime. It was once once her grandmother's pocket watch.

Term 1: Grandmother[edit | edit source] Term 2: Rembrandt Ray[edit | edit supply] Term 3: Mad Scientist[edit | edit supply]

Okabe Rintaro, Self-proclaimed Mad Scientist. 

Term 4: Development Conference[edit | edit source] Term 1: Ark Rewrite[edit | edit supply]

The journal where Moeka works (fictional).

Term 2: My Fork[edit | edit supply]

The writers of this display generally tend to develop extremely complicated story-lines, and then best hint to them in the real primary tale. As a way for Makise Kurisu to remember that Okabe time-leaped back a couple of hours prior to Mayuri's dying, she tells Okabe that she needs a "fork" to go along with her "spoon" in the present, so that when he time-leaps again, she'll believe that Okabe came again from the longer term to save lots of Mayuri. What was once published in probably the most later visible novels is that the spoon was once a present from Makise Kurisu's father, a figure who spent a lot of her existence psychologically abusing her. To Makise, the spoon is a way of telling herself that her father actually does love her.

Term 3: Rounders[edit | edit supply]

Sleeper agents and assassins that informally work for SERN. On the paper, they're an absolutely other and impartial organization. They are organized, but unbiased. Their missions is to safe any IBN 5100 all over the global and find scientist that works on time journey theories, pressure them to paintings with SERN or else assasinate them.

Term 4: Divergence[edit | edit source]

The level where two international traces or attractor fields separate into two other paths.

Term 5: Nixie Tube[edit | edit supply]

Glass tubes with neon lighting that show a host, generally time. They comprise anodes and cathodes that vary to compare the time, or on this case, global lines. They are utilized in Okabe's Divergence Meter.

Term 6: Alpha Worldline, Beta Worldline[edit | edit supply]

By the usage of the first D-mail to undo the dying of Makise Kurisu after seeing that she had been stabbed and was once bathing in a pool of blood, Okabe created any other international line, referred to as the Alpha global line, different from his original international line. The Beta international line is Okabe's "original" global line and crossing the 1% divergence barrier is the only technique to get back there.

Term 1: Resistance[edit | edit source]

Refers to the anti-dystopia opposition crew based by way of Daru and Okabe in 2036 in the Alpha worldline after escaping from SERN.

Term 2: KuriGohan and Kamehameha[edit | edit source]

KuriGohan and Kamehameha (栗悟飯とカメハメ波) is the online alias of Makise Kurisu used on @Channel. Probably a reference to Dragon Ball's characters, Kuririn (Krillin) and Gohan, and the famous attack Kamehameha.

Term 3: Bamboo-Copter Camera[edit | edit supply]

It is Future Gadget #2,Alt. Edition Version 2.Sixty seven invented via Okabe and Daru. Unfortunately this device has an issue with a spinning CCD digital camera.

Term 1: Suzu's Father[edit | edit source]

He is Barrel Titor, more commonly known as Hashida Itaru. "Barrel" is literary translated as "TARU" in Japanese. This was once first spotted via Mayuri announcing that "taru" seems like "Daru" and the phrase barrel, meaning fat or chubby, also describes his determine.

Term 2: FG204[edit | edit source]

Future Gadget No. 204 

Term 3: Hashida Suzu[edit | edit source]

After Amane Suzuha travels back to 1975 to be able to obtain an IBN 5100, she changes her name to Hashida Suzu. This is as a result of Suzuha traveled again in the time machine that Daru tried to fix, however did not restore effectively, causing her to procure amnesia once she arrived in 1975. Hashida Suzu was once the only thing she could take note, so she called herself that until she regained her reminiscences in 2000.

Term 4: Yamanote Line[edit | edit source]

One of Tokyo's most vital fast transit circuits. The circuit is composed of 29 stations around the city, amongst them the Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro stations.

Term 1: Attractor Field[edit | edit source]

The invisible power that governs the occasions of world strains with a divergence quantity inside 1% of universal historic adjustments. Despite rather minor changes in historical past, each international line will obey the similar future, such because the deaths of positive people at positive times, in any respect. Okabe is currently trapped in an international line governed by means of the alpha attractor field (0%<α<1%), in which Mayuri is governed through the attractor field to die inside a definite time period. Okabe must reason a vastly important exchange in history to damage the 1% divergence barrier to succeed in the Beta international line (1%<β<2%), during which Mayuri is not going to die. He used to be at the start moved to the Alpha line via his D-Mails.

Term 2: Rai-Net ABGC[edit | edit source]

Abbreviation for Rai-Net Access Battle grand championship

Term 3: Viral Attackers[edit | edit source]

A shady workforce of Rai-Netters that fought Faris within the final of Rai-Net ABGC, steadily noticed wearing black and darkish coloured garments.

Term 4: 4°C/Sid[edit | edit source]

The Leader of Viral Attackers. In the anime adaptation, he is most effective heard and does no longer appear directly.

Term 5: Akiha Yukitaka[edit | edit supply]

He is Faris NyanNyan's father.

Term 1: Flag[edit | edit source]

Often used to refer things/acts that may trigger a certain match. For example, a Romance Flag is where you induced a Romantic act / factor that leads you to a Romantic event.

Term 2: Operation Valkyria[edit | edit supply]

The operation identify was once declared through Kurisu. The goal of this operation is Okabe has to go to this point with Luka on this worldline sooner than undoing Luka's D-mail. While Okabe took Luka around Akihabara, Kurisu and Daru followed to monitor them.

Term 3: Date Manual[edit | edit supply]

A manual about going out for date. Kurisu bought them since neither Okabe, Daru, and Kurisu herself has any genuine date revel in. So she deliberate Okabe's date with Luka according the handbook.

Term 4: 2929831831...[edit | edit supply]

2 as "ni" (in eastern), Nine as "ku" (kyuu in jap, now and again read as "ku"), 8 as "ya" (in japanese), Three as "sa" (from "san" in jap), 1 as "i" (from "ichi" in eastern). So it's "Niku niku yasai yasai" (Niku is "Meat" , Yasai is "Vegetables" both in eastern). It's stated that an incoming baby is more likely to be born as a boy if the mummy eats a number of meat.

Term 1: Suicide[edit | edit supply]

This refers back to the suicide of Kiryu Moeka. She hangs herself in her condominium after not receiving any messages from FB regardless of her attempts to contact him for 4 days. Since Okabe wanted her cell phone, he time leaps back a few days before her death in order to obtain it.

Term 2: New Cell-Phone[edit | edit supply]

This is expounded to the D-mail that Kiryu Moeka sent to her previous self that instructed her to get a new cell phone. She also sent some other mail in quick succession that stated, "The IBN 5100 is in Yanabayashi Shrine. Recover it immediately." The 2d message used to be the one who Okarin need to undo to get nearer to the Beta international line. Okabe most effective succeeds in undoing this in the next episode when he sends the D-mail from FB's telephone since he is the one person Moeka would have depended on.

Term 1: M4[edit | edit source]

The codename that FB gave to Kiryu Moeka. Only FB knows of this codename.

Term 2: FB[edit | edit source]

Codename for the chief of the Akihabara Rounders. It stands for Ferdinand Braun, the inventor of Braun Tubes. Rintaro has adopted the name for Yugo Tennouji, his landlord.

Term 3: First D-mail[edit | edit source]

It used to be sent within the first episode by Okabe to Daru while his telephone was connected to the telephone microwave. The message used to be "Someone stabbed Makise Kurisu..." It's life brought about Okabe to shift from the Beta world line into the Alpha international line.

Term 4: Beta Worldline[edit | edit supply]

The first worldine that Okabe was the arena where the collection first started. It is one where Makise Kurisu dies and WWIII sooner or later starts, a worldline that was once original concept to have a calm long term. The best approach to prevent WWIII is to forestall her demise.

Term 5: Database[edit | edit supply]

The SERN's database, the place the first D-Mail is saved.

Term 1: Cracking[edit | edit supply] Term 2: Dr. Nakabachi Conference[edit | edit source]

The conference at the Radio Building that Okabe and Mayuri attended within the Beta timeline. This could also be the convention the place Makise Kurisu is killed.

Term 3: Genbu, Suzaku, Seiryu, Byakko[edit | edit source]

The Chinese mythology legend the place the North, South, East and West are governed by animals. These animals are "Gods" and they govern the four alchemy parts.

Genbu- The Black Tortise;  governs the North, Winter, and Water.

Suzaku- The Vermillion Phoenix; governs the South, Summer, and Fire.

Seiryu- The Azure Dragon; governs the East, Wood, and Spring.

Byakko- The White Tiger; governs the West, Metal, and Autumn.

These guardians is also a reference to the Shin Megami Tensei series.

Okabe uses those phrases as "Generals", as mentioned by Mayuri when she recalled the times she and Okabe had when it was once simply them within the Future Gadget Lab. 

Term 4: Mayuri's Dreams[edit | edit source]

Mayuri has goals through which she all the time dies in all sorts of horrible techniques. showing that she remembers each time she died when Okarin was once trying to save her from the inevitable demise that awaited her within the Alpha global line. Okabe attempted to rescue her through Time Leaping more than one occasions to a few hours before her demise as a way to prevent it although to no avail.

Term 1: Sewing Kit[edit | edit source]

A small set of tools that can be utilized for sewing. Kurisu's consists of black, red, & crimson string; a needle (possibly a number of); and most likely other items which can be currently unknown. Kurisu makes use of this package to sew in combination a small rip in Okabe's White Lab Coat. 

Term 2: 1% Barrier[edit | edit supply]

Okabe wanted the divergence meter to read a value more than 1% as a result of it will imply that he is back within the Beta global line. In the Alpha world line, it is <1% and Mayuri keeps on loss of life in the ones worlds no matter how exhausting Okabe tries to stop her loss of life.

Term 3: Relativity Theory[edit | edit source]

The most famed Einstein's idea, Kurisu use it metaphorically to mention time can passes at other speeds.

Term 4: Operation Verthandi ("Norn of the Present")[edit | edit source]

The Future Gadget Lab's venture that can transfer from the Alpha attractor to the Beta attractor field by means of erasing the entire up to now sent D-Mails

Term 1: The Third World War[edit | edit supply]

The conflict fought in the Beta Timeline (sans Steins;Gate timeline) over Makise Kurisu's time journey thesis 

Term 2: Steins Gate[edit | edit supply]

The worldline that is living between the Alpha and Beta attractor fields. Because of this, it's exempt from occasions that occur in both field. It's Divergence worth is 1.048596%. Since it is not suffering from both attractor fields, Mayuri and Kurisu do not die and neither SERN dystopia or WW3 occur.

Term 3: Serious Paradox[edit | edit supply]

Amane Suzuha warns Okabe that if he sees his previous self, he'll motive a big time paradox. This may well be linked to ripping the fabrics of time and area. (Suzuha is improper about it as no Paradox is possible on this tale, but it stems from her lack of awareness of the attractor box idea as opposed to her much more 'savant' self of the alpha attractor field. It's as a result of within the Beta worldline, SERN does now not win and cannot 'prove' the attractor box principle... neither Okabe nor Daru seemingly know that paradoxes are inconceivable both and they will be the ones most apt to transient her about the operation).

Term 4: Doctor Nakabachi[edit | edit source]

He is Makise Kurisu's father and is perhaps the one that stabbed her within the first episode. In earlier episodes, it's been published by means of Kurisu that they have a terrible courting due to her superior intelligence and his jealousy for her. He additionally stole the time mechanical device paper that Kurisu wrote in the beginning, printed it below his title simplest, and brought it to Russia where a race to create a time mechanical device started.

Term 5: Movie Mail[edit | edit source]

In the first episode, right after hiding from Kurisu, Okarin recieves a abnormal video message, which he cannot view. In episode 23 he unearths out that he can view the message after failing to rescue Makise Kurisu once. It seems that the message was once created by means of Okarin himself 15 years sooner or later.

Term 6: C204[edit | edit supply]

In the Beta global line, Okabe creates a time mechanical device in 2025. It has the facility to travel both forward and backward through time. Amane Suzuha arrives in Akihabara in 2010 in this time mechanical device. With the function of preventing World War III, she travels back in time to recruit Okabe to avoid wasting Kurisu. Okabe names this mechanical device C204, the "C" refers to Kurisu (Christina); her demise within the Beta global line and his want to avoid wasting her is the motive force in the back of his advent of the time machine.

This could also be a reference to the "real world" John Titor, who claims that his time machine is called the C204.

Term 7: Operation Skuld ("The Goddess that Governs the Future" Operation)[edit | edit supply]

The operation comes to Okabe seeing Makise Kurisu mendacity in a pool of blood, destroying the record about time machines (which Kurisu wrote), and prevent World War III, Okarin has to trick himself in considering that Kurisu is in truth useless, and he has to trick the World itself in an effort to save her.

Term 1: Cyalume Saber[edit | edit supply]

Future Gadget #6, 'Cyalume Saber'. It comprises a crimson liquid that Okabe will later use to idiot his past self into considering it is the blood of Makise Kurisu. Unfortunately it hasn't been utilized in a very long time that the air had brought about the red liquid to solidify. 

Term 2: Upa[edit | edit source]

Upas are those spherical toys that appear to be bears. They are from the fictitious Rai Net Access collection. Okabe purchased the Metal Upa for Mayuri in the first episode of the sequence. This is essential for the reason that Metal Upa was dropped through Mayuri in one of the vital Beta world lines and later picked it up by way of Makise Kurisu who placed it within the envelope together with her time travel thesis. The thesis was once to be stolen via Dr. Nakabachi and brought to Russia, but in the other global traces, the Metal Upa spark off the metal detector, thus saving the paper from an on-board fireplace. By buying the Metal Upa, Okabe counterpart in the current time line purchased Mayuri a Green Upa as an alternative of a Metal Upa so that it could be picked up via Kurisu later on. Since the Green Upa isn't fabricated from steel, the steel detector wasn't prompt and the thesis was once burned within the plane, combating World War III.

Term 3: Uncle's Theory[edit | edit supply] Term 4: Lab Member No.008[edit | edit source]

Refers to Amane Suzuha who is going to be born 7 years after the tale time line in 2017.

Term 5: OSHMKUFA 2010[edit | edit source]

Okabe; Shiina; Hashida; Makise; Kiryu; Urushibara; Faris; Amane

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