Hyperdimension Neptunia

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I have had to personally astral project and share my power with Christine there.
Chris, on battling invading forces from a video game.
Cover of the first game

Hyperdimension Neptunia is a video game series of role-playing games created and developed by Idea Factory. Games within the series takes place in the world of Gamindustri (a pun on "gaming industry"), which is divided into four regions/nations, with each representing a specific video game console. Chris became a fan in late 2017, having watched the anime based on it.[1]

Interestingly enough, it is extremely unlikely that he would retain any interest in playing the actual Neptunia games, despite his statements to the contrary. Most of the games in the series are turn-based RPGs with large amounts of visual novel-style cutscenes, and thus wouldn't suit Chris' taste for childish "casual" games.

Invasion of CWCville

In early November 2017, Chris pleaded with his Facebook followers to share their "Love And Shares With Neptune, Vert, Noire and Blanc, and help stop the wars that warrent [sic] in between!" A few days later, Chris explained that enemy forces from Gamindustri had invaded CWCville[2]- he explains that the only way to keep the enemies at bay is to play the Hyperdimension Neptunia video games and watch the accompanying anime.

I just want to remind everyone to, please, give your Shares Of kind thoughts to the Goddesses of Gamindustri. They really do help us and our reality! 🌸

On 14 November 2017, he posted that Silvana had been captured by a Russian billionaire and that the only way she could be returned safely was with the aid of a soldier based on the Remove Kebab meme and by people praying to the Goddesses of Gamindustri, a quartet of fictional deitys. He called his plan Operation BARBarossa[3].

In another bizarre plan of action, the same day, he uploaded a video called "Freestyle Dance With Me, For Our World!" In it, he dons a tinfoil hat (so THE MAN[sic] can't take over his mind) and dances awkwardly to polka music, claiming the video was for Gamindustri and all the other worlds and dimensions.

On 15 November, Chris posted that Operation BARBarossa was a success, seeing Silvana's return. He claimed to have lost some soldiers, but kept the enemy back with the help of the CWC Defense Army Division, his Autobots, and his family. He also signed a peace treaty with Count Graduon, obtaining his troops and services, along with a large piece of land just outside Cwcville. Chris apparently used the land to create prison camps, complete with large ovens to keep the prisoners warm and showers. He claimed that the battle was won because of people praying to the Gamindustri goddesses[4].

Body-sharing with Uzume Tennouboshi

Uzume as she appears in the series
Miss Uzume Tennouboshi. She had been dormant inside my Dreamcast, and I pulled her out. We've been sharing my body since. Yes, she is able to control my body when she has control, and speak through my lips in her voice.
Chris, on being possessed by a fictional character.

Uzume Tennouboshi, also known as Orange Heart, is a Console Patron Unit (CPU) in Megadimension Neptunia VII. She represents the Sega Dreamcast.

On 8 November, Chris wrote a lengthy missive[5] on the "ongoing" events in his real life, alongside Cwcville. According to him, Magi-chan teleported to the real world and scanned Chris's Sega Dreamcast, saying there was a powerful force inside the console. Chris left the console on for 24 hours to "charge" it, and then touched it, getting shocked, and somehow pulling out a fictional character into his body. Chris claims Uzume can control his body and speak through him with her own voice.

On 13 November, he retconed his delusion, saying that he had not been sharing his body with Uzume, but a clone of her named "Orange Spiral Seal," also mentioning a battle against "Kurome." He no longer has the voice of Uzume in his head, but still retains "the powers of the four main Goddesses, as well as [his] own powers."[6]. A fan of the Hyperdimension games deciphered Chris's autistic textwall:

According to the lore of Megadimension VII, Uzume Tennouboshi and Kurome Ankokuboshi are two halves of the same being. In the case, the personification of the Sega Dreamcast, with the former represent its potential and the latter its failure.

In the best ending of MDM VII, Kurome is defeated, and Uzume manages to reabsorb Kurome into herself, while the former as the dominant of the two, thus preventing further damage to reality by the latter and rendering them one gestalt being like they were before the split in the backstory.

Chris has apparently read up on this and has rendered his own butchered, bastardized retelling, only tacking on some other nonsense to tie it into his real life insanity.

According to ACTUAL canon, this changes jack shit aside from the fact Uzume's Hyde counterpart to her Jekyll is no longer running around doing evil shit, but that's IT.

The rest is just Chris going further off the deep end.[7]

Battery-Charge Heart

Battery-Charge Heart intro2.jpg

Battery-Charge Heart; CPU of CWCville, Virginia, aka Tank Destroyer, made her debut on 11 December via a Facebook post.

Her powers include:

  • Being able to rip a tank in half with her hands
  • Being able to lift five tanks at once
  • Having an exploding S-Chu Ball launcher
  • A shield made from "the best heavy-duty lightweight allow [sic]" , which can withstand 10,000 pounds of pressure
  • Wings which paralyze others on physical contact
  • Heavy-duty lightning blade, summoned from a personal dimension, which can withstand 1,355,817 joules of force

Considering that no original video game consoles are produced in CWCville, it is unclear what Battery-Charge Heart is supposed to represent.

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Fan Videos

The Ballad of Chris-chan and Uzume Tennouboshi
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