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25-ji, Nightcord de.

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25-ji, Nightcord de.
Japanese25時、ナイトコードで。
RomajiNijuugo-ji, Naitokoodo de.
EnglishNightcord at 25:00
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"An underground music circle that gets active at 1:00 AM (25:00), and whose identities are shrouded in mystery."
― Profile

25-ji, Nightcord de. is an underground music circle.

Background[edit | edit source]

The circle was created by Yoisaki Kanade, who recruited all the other members. The group communicates with each other over a voice chat tool named 'Nightcord'. They originally met each other online, but occasionally meet up in person.

One day, Kanade loses contact with one of her circle members.

Sekai[edit | edit source]

Uninhabited Sekai is 25-ji, Nightcord de.'s sekai, created by Mafuyu's true feelings.
It is accessible via the song "Kuyamu to Kaite Mirai".

Kanade, Mafuyu, Ena, Mizuki, Miku, Rin, Len, Luka, MEIKO and KAITO have conversations here. Additionally, area items that increase the power of 25-ji, Nightcord de. and VIRTUAL SINGER cards can be found here.

The Uninhabited Sekai is a barren world with nothing but a few dim rays of light.
Miku wanders the endless landscape alone, singing into the void.

Background of the Uninhabited Sekai.

Music[edit | edit source]

The music designated to Nightcord in-game is usually downtempo, and darker in sound and subject matter in comparison to the other units. Their dance performances in live shows and 3D MVs are simplistic and story-driven.

In-universe, the four members collaborate to produce their own music for release online. Kanade composes Nightcord's music, Mafuyu writes lyrics and mixes the music, Ena provides illustrations for the release, and Mizuki animates and edits the music video. All four members provide vocals for Nightcord's releases, as suggested in an area conversation between Miku, Mizuki, and Kanade.

Sekai Items[edit | edit source]

Items that you can find and purchase in 25-ji, Nightcord de.'s Sekai for a score boost.

Members[edit | edit source]

Human[edit | edit source]

Virtual Singers[edit | edit source]

• In order of appearance.

Hatsune Miku was a part of the Sekai from the beginning. The remaining virtual singers were added in the following events:

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 25-ji, Nightcord de. is the only group introduced with only one virtual singer.
    • 25-ji, Nightcord de. was also the last group to have all 6 virtual singers added.
  • In the game directory files, 25-ji, Nightcord de. is referred to as School Refusal.
  • 25-ji, Nightcord de. is the only group to have their identities completely hidden and do not perform live. The public only knows them by their usernames, while all other units regularly perform live and in-person using their full names.
  • 25-ji, Nightcord de. is also referred to as ニーゴ ("niigo," lit. 25) by others online.
  • The correct romanisation of 25-ji, Nightcord de.'s name has been confirmed on 21st July Wondershow livestream. It is revealed on one of Project SEKAI's wireless charger that the official English name of 25-ji, Nightcord de. is "Nightcord at 25:00".
  • Kusunoki Tomori and Satou Hinata, CVs of Kanade and Mizuki respectively, have also appeared in the Love Live! franchise, as the voices of Yuki Setsuna and Kazuno Leah. Furihata Ai, CV of More More Jump!'s Momoi Airi, has also appeared in the same franchise, voicing Kurosawa Ruby.
  • Each member of 25-ji, Nightcord de. has a reference to a time of day in their name.
    • In "宵崎奏" (Yoisaki Kanade), the character "宵" (yoi) means "evening".
    • In "朝比奈まふゆ" (Asahina Mafuyu), the character "朝" (asa) means "morning".
    • In "東雲絵名" (Shinonome Ena), the characters "東雲" (shinonome) means "dawn".
    • In "暁山瑞希" (Akiyama Mizuki), "暁" (akatsuki) also means "dawn".

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