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== Gameplay ==
 
== Gameplay ==
 
Similar to [[THE iDOLM@STER SHINY FESTA]], this is a rhythm game. The game revolves around tapping icons of the idols in the rhythm of the background song. Different kinds of notes will be brought in to show how each icon must be tapped; these include simply tapping the icon, tapping and holding down the icon, tapping and flicking a certain direction, tapping two icons simultaneously, and tapping and sliding a certain direction.
 
Similar to [[THE iDOLM@STER SHINY FESTA]], this is a rhythm game. The game revolves around tapping icons of the idols in the rhythm of the background song. Different kinds of notes will be brought in to show how each icon must be tapped; these include simply tapping the icon, tapping and holding down the icon, tapping and flicking a certain direction, tapping two icons simultaneously, and tapping and sliding a certain direction.
 
== Events and Event Types ==
 
Events are a way to obtain limited cards, trophies, and other rewards like trainer tickets and Star Jewels. Events usually last from anywhere to 6 to 8 days. There are 3 events each month: Live Groove or Live Parade events are the first event of the month, Caravan or Susume! Cinderella Road are the second, and a Token event is always the last. For Live Groove and Token events, there is usually a points-based award and a ranking award card, the latter of which is awarded to players who do well in game-wide rankings (usually the top ranking 100,000 players). As of June 2016, tiers have now been extended to 120,000, which allows more people to receive the ranking SR. Currently, players can now get the ranking SR at 18,000 points. As of now, there are 6 event types.
 
 
=== Token ===
 
In Token events, the player can collect items from normal Lives. These tokens are used in place of stamina to play the event song, usually an existing group song from the Jewelries series or elsewhere. Through playing the event song (and playing normal songs, to a lesser extent), the player can earn points. Points unlock rewards, and chapters in a brand-new, voiced story featuring the original song's unit (for example, Atashi Ponkotsu Android's story featured Uzuki, Nana, Miho, Anzu, and Miku). There is a new room item at 5,000 points, a limited point card first available at 10,000 points, a ranking card first available at 18,000 points, and an Event limited ticket at 25,000 points. Additionally, the player's high score is tracked, and ranking high in that area earns the player a decoration for their room, though it is much harder to receive than the ranking SR. As of June 2016, players can now play the token event song in Master+ difficulty, though it costs the same amount of tokens as Master.
 
 
=== LIVE Groove ===
 
There are three different sub-types of this event: Vocal, Dance, and Visual. Each type boosts the attributes of cards by 150%, so a card with 3000 points in Visual would be boosted to 4500 points during a Visual Burst. This event has the player spend stamina to select a difficulty of Groove, after which they will be given three songs in a certain attribute: Cool, Cute, or Passion (though non-typed songs like Star!! can be featured). Players can spend in-game money to reroll the type of Groove twice, after which they are stuck with the final type. The player then plays these three songs back-to-back, with an applause meter on the left. PERFECT and GREAT notes increase the applause level while BAD and MISS decrease it. If the applause level is over 17 after the songs are completed, an encore is unlocked, featuring a new song (sometimes one entirely new to the franchise). On Master difficulty, an applause level over 21 unlocks an encore at the Master+ difficulty, which is even harder. As of early April 2016, the player can unlock MV mode if they clear an encore on either Master or Master+. Much like Token events, this event features rankings and new stories.
 
 
=== Cinderella Caravan ===
 
This event differs from the first two in that it is not point-based, and does not feature any new songs. Instead, players progress through the game as normal, with a chance of limited SRs and Rs dropping through normal lives. The chances of these cards dropping can be raised by choosing a center idol (support idols do not contribute towards drop rates) with a high Star Rank, raised by fusing two of the same card together in a Star Lesson. Additionally, every day has a chosen type where songs of that attribute receive a raise in drop rates. Songs also drop Caravan Tokens, which can be collected and traded for the featured cards or other rewards.
 
 
=== Susume! Cinderella Road ===
 
In this event, players progress through spaces on a map by gaining points which are gained by clearing normal lives. Players can gain bonus points by putting the displayed idol into a unit, prioritizing the Vocal/Dance/Visual/Total appeal stats (note that support members, support skill, center skill, room-item bonus, and song bonus don't count) or Star Rank of a unit, and playing the right song type. Players can also randomly receive a 2x point bonus upon clearing a song.
 
Once players reach the end of a map, a Trainer awaits them and a Trainer Mission activates. These Trainer Missions are cumulative, so players can keep playing and add to the total at their pace. Any unused steps will be turned into Susume Tickets, which can be used to advance through spaces without playing lives. Completing Trainer Missions reward players various rewards including an event card of one of the featured idol and unlock unvoiced chapters for players to read. Completing the first Trainer Mission unlocks the second idol's route. Players can change routes by clicking the top-right button (ルート切替). Players can only advance on one route at a time, but they can still freely switch between the two routes without losing progress. Once players fully complete a route, they can play through the map again to obtain additional copies of a card.
 
 
=== LIVE Parade ===
 
In this event, players tour Japan with their idols. There is no point ranking for this type of event, but there are new songs, units, and stories to unlock. Each area has 2-3 subareas with 1-3 songs in each. Clearing a subarea will give the players attendees and event points which will give event point/attendee rewards, but most importantly the two event SR cards. Each subarea has 1-3 missions a player needs to complete in order to clear and move on to the next area, for example completing a live with 50% or more life or maintaining a 300 note combo. To unlock new areas, a player must have a certain number of attendees in a previous area, for example, to unlock area 2, one must obtain 10,000 attendees in area 1 first. In newer areas, the event points and attendees for clearing subareas increase. Each day certain songs will yield more attendees and event points and will have a mark on them in the song selection screen.
 
 
=== LIVE Carnival ===
 
Debuting on July 2nd, 2019, this event focuses on your idol production's total strength. The goal is to rank up the carnival by filling the gauge, which is dependent on one's score (1 voltage point per 100 score) within the number of Booths and obtains carnival medals along the way. Dotted all over the Carnival Grounds are Booths, Unit Tent, Gacha buildings, and mini-dialogue events from the Puchiderella idols. More of these will be available to be seen once the player raises their Carnival Rank. Once the player reaches SSS rank, they can compete for the final Carnival rankings.
 
 
==== Booth ====
 
Booths are where players play lives. There are a total of 10 Booths scattered around the carnival, starting with only 2, and the rest will unlock as you rank up. The 10th Booth features a Grand Live. Each booth has a certain set of songs and their own bonuses. The higher the Carnival Rank the player is at, the higher the appeal bonus and multiplier for carnival medals the player received via lives are.
 
 
The full list of Booth effects are as follows (percentages will increase depending on Carnival Rank):<br>
 
1. [キュート/クール/パッション]楽曲のみ選択可能![キュート/クール/パッション]アイドルのアピール値xxx%アップ ('''Cute/Cool/Passion''' songs only! '''Cute/Cool/Passion''' idols gain an xxx% Appeal boost)<br>
 
2. [ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's '''Vocal/Dance/Visual''' Appeal are boosted by xxx%)<br>
 
3. [ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値のみのみ適用。[ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値がxxx%アップ (Only '''Vocal/Dance/Visual''' Appeal are counted and boosted by xxx%)<br>
 
4. ユニットのライフに応じてアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their '''Total Life''')<br>
 
5. 全アピール値が、解放されているプロデュースptにつきxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their '''Potential Points''')<br>
 
6. アイドルのスターランクに応じてアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their '''Star Rank''')<br>
 
7. イベント出演アイドルのアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% if the idol is participating in the event (including those who appeared on the map)<br>
 
8. 特定楽曲のみ選択可能!アイドルのアピール値xxx%アップ (Specific Songs only! All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx%)<br>
 
If the player does not have enough voltage points after using up all the Booths, they can either replay the Booths (using stamina again) or reset the Booths with a new song/unit. Do note that for each booth used, one isn't allowed to use the same song/unit in other booths to rank up.
 
 
==== Units ====
 
Unit building in Carnival makes use of 18 custom units instead of those already made beforehand. Players are not able to use idols of the same '''illustrations''' in different units. Players are able to use the same card as long as one copy is '''unawakened'''. Another special feature of the Carnival is to able to use guest idols from other players to be put into one's Carnival units as long they have unique illustrations. There are limitations, however. The player can't place them on the center slot, can only have one guest idol per unit, and can only borrow up to 3 guest idols. Borrowed guest players (including yours) will receive 10 carnival medals for each time one plays with their card. Keep in mind guest idols aren't able to gain affection and fans upon clearing lives. The player can set their 4 idols for other players to use in the Event Guest Idol Settings (イベントゲスト設定). By default, the cards with the highest appeal are chosen, but one can change them by tapping on the idol's icon and then tapping the Change Idol (アイドル変更) button.
 
 
==== Metal Gacha ====
 
This is where players obtain rewards, including star jewels, event cards, SR tickets, etc. One roll costs 10 carnival metals and ten rolls cost 100 carnival metals. There are 21 different boxes with a limited number of prizes in each one of them. Once one rolls a certain "reset" item, it's possible to move on to the next box if desired, however, any items still left over in the box cannot be obtained afterward. On the Gacha Settings (ガチャ設定), one can change the maximum number of rolls to draw or tap the tick button to specify which items from the current box one wants. Once all the items with a tick mark have been received, then multiple draws will stop. By default, only the reset item is selected.
 
 
== LIVE PARTY!! Mode ==
 
Formerly an event, this mode allows you to play with four other people. Five players play a song together and gain an amount of Star Emblems depending on how well they do individually (affected by rarity, stats, card skill level, potentials, and type attribute), which can be exchanged for previous event idols, items, star jewels, memory keys, etc. These rewards reset monthly. The total score does not only include the song score but also takes the idol's skill, combo length, and other factors into consideration. Players can set 4 different units pertaining to each song attribute (Cute, Cool, Passion, and Rainbow). In each unit, there are five different roles which give different stat bonuses: Performer (Visual), Vocalist (Vocal), Center (All), Dancer (Dance), and Leader (Life). When put into a match, the game will randomly pick what role you will represent and the idol you picked to represent that role will be used. Here, players can also set and show stickers that greet, communicate with, and say goodbye to players before and after the match. During events, players can either gain event points, Caravan Tokens, attendance boosting items, or Susume Tickets from clearing lives. This used to be called Co-op Live while in beta testing.
 
 
== Gacha ==
 
The gacha is used to scout for new idols and to obtain cards using star jewels and friendship points as currency. All rarities of cards unlock memorial stories and idol episodes once a card is changed into its "+" form. SSR cards unlock special outfits that can be viewed through the 3D mode in lives. 
 
 
=== Platinum Gacha ===
 
In the regular Platinum Gacha, players can scout for Rare, Super Rare, and Super Super Rare cards using star jewels as currency. It costs 250 star jewels for 1 scout and 2500 star jewels for 10 scouts. A player can also scout once per day with 60 paid jewels. In a 10 scout, the tenth card in the scout is a guaranteed SR card. All cards featured and in the gacha are permanent. A new Platinum Gacha appears three times a month usually featuring a new permanent SSR card and SR card with the featured cards having a higher appearance rate than other cards in the gacha. All permanent Platinum Gacha cards are also available to scout for in Limited, Cinderella Festival, and Type Select Gacha.
 
 
==== Limited Gacha ====
 
Limited Gacha are a type of Platinum Gacha that happen at the beginning of each month usually revolving around a special theme. The featured cards are two limited SSRs, one permanent SR and one limited SR. Limited cards are not available in any other Platinum, Cinderella Festival, or Limited Gacha but their own. Some of the earlier Limited Gacha are reappearing at the end of every month there isn't a Cinderella Festival Gacha.
 
 
==== Cinderella Festival Gacha ====
 
In this special type of Platinum Gacha that appears at the end of each third month, the SSR card appearance rate is doubled from 1.5% to 3.0%. Each Cinderella Festival gacha features three Cinfes-exclusive SSR cards of each attribute. Unlike Limited Gacha, Cinfes-exclusive SSR cards are available in every Cinderella Festival Gacha after the one they were featured in.
 
 
==== Type Select ====
 
Type Select Gacha happen for three consecutive days every month (one day per attribute), usually after that month's Limited Gacha. The cards a player is able to scout for is limited to one attribute (Cute, Cool, or Passion). Unlike past Type Select Gacha, all rarities are affected by the attribute constraint, not just SSR cards.
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
!colspan="4"|Rarity Appearance Rates
 
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|rowspan="1"|
 
!SSR
 
!SR
 
!R
 
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|Platinum Gacha
 
|rowspan="3"|3.000%
 
|rowspan="3"|12.000%
 
|rowspan="3"|85.000%
 
|-
 
|Type Select Gacha
 
|-
 
|Limited Gacha
 
|-
 
|CinFes Gacha
 
|6.000%
 
|12.000%
 
|82.000%
 
|}
 
 
=== Local Audition ===
 
In the Local Audition Gacha, players can spend friendship points in exchange for primarily Normal cards and Rookie through Master trainer tickets. It is possible to get Rare and even Super Rare cards through the gacha, but they are rare. The appearance rate for N, R, & SR cards and trainer tickets is unknown. It costs 200 friendship points for one scout and 2000 friendship points for a 10 scout.
 
  
 
==Songs==
 
==Songs==
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Each song has its own MV Mode, unlockable by clearing it on any difficulty at least once. Rearranges, remixes and certain cover songs' MV Modes are available on 2D versions only.
 
Each song has its own MV Mode, unlockable by clearing it on any difficulty at least once. Rearranges, remixes and certain cover songs' MV Modes are available on 2D versions only.
  
Some songs such as [[Onegai! Cinderella]], [[Tulip]], and [[Atashi Ponkotsu Android]] have a Utaiwake feature in the MV mode, which ables the players to mix and match vocal parts for Utaiwake-eligible songs. Utaiwake versions are accessible by turning on the "Utaiwake" button before the MV starts.
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Some songs such as [[Onegai! Cinderella]], [[Tulip]], and [[Atashi Ponkotsu Android]] have an Utaiwake feature in the MV mode, which ables the players to mix and match vocal parts for Utaiwake-eligible songs. Utaiwake versions are accessible by turning on the "Utaiwake" button before the MV starts.
  
The songs that appear in-game are:
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The songs that appear in-game, sorted by the series appearance order of songs, are as follows:
  
 
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! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
 
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| [[Onegai! Cinderella]] || All Types || <span title="Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, Kanako Mimura, Rin Shibuya, Riina Tada, Ranko Kanzaki, Mio Honda, Mika Jougasaki, and Rika Jougasaki" {{#ifeq:{{{dotted|yes}}}|no||style="border-bottom:1px dotted"}} class="help">THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS!!</span><noinclude> || Tutorial song, available upon completion. For the solo versions, see "Onegai! Cinderella Solos" section below.
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| [[Onegai! Cinderella]] || All Types || <span title="Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, Kanako Mimura, Rin Shibuya, Riina Tada, Ranko Kanzaki, Mio Honda, Mika Jougasaki, and Rika Jougasaki" {{#ifeq:{{{dotted|yes}}}|no||style="border-bottom:1px dotted"}} class="help">THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS!!</span><noinclude> || Tutorial song (Episode Story 0 "Cast a spell on me!"), available upon completion. For the solo versions, see "Onegai! Cinderella Solos" section below.
 
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| [[Onegai! Cinderella]]<br>(GRAND VERSION) || All Types || <span title="Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, Kyoko Igarashi, Miku Maekawa, Anzu Futaba, Rin Shibuya, Karen Hojo, Nao Kamiya, Kaede Takagaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Mio Honda, Akane Hino, Aiko Takamori, Kirari Moroboshi, and Miria Akagi" {{#ifeq:{{{dotted|yes}}}|no||style="border-bottom:1px dotted"}} class="help">THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS!!</span><noinclude> || GRAND LIVE Exclusive song. Available as of 7/2/19. Utaiwake version available.
 
| [[Onegai! Cinderella]]<br>(GRAND VERSION) || All Types || <span title="Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, Kyoko Igarashi, Miku Maekawa, Anzu Futaba, Rin Shibuya, Karen Hojo, Nao Kamiya, Kaede Takagaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Mio Honda, Akane Hino, Aiko Takamori, Kirari Moroboshi, and Miria Akagi" {{#ifeq:{{{dotted|yes}}}|no||style="border-bottom:1px dotted"}} class="help">THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS!!</span><noinclude> || GRAND LIVE Exclusive song. Available as of 7/2/19. Utaiwake version available.
 
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| [[Todoke! Idol]] || All Types || Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, and Kirari Moroboshi || Complete Episode Story 1. Other songs will remain unavailable until this song is obtained.
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| [[Todoke! Idol]] || All Types || Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, and Kirari Moroboshi || Complete Episode Story 1 "Stage, We Climb the Stairs". Other songs will remain unavailable until this song is obtained.
 
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| [[Kagayaku Sekai no Mahou]] || All Types || Ranko Kanzaki, Anastasia, Kaede Takagaki, Sachiko Koshimizu, and Rin Shibuya || Get to Producer Rank D.
 
| [[Kagayaku Sekai no Mahou]] || All Types || Ranko Kanzaki, Anastasia, Kaede Takagaki, Sachiko Koshimizu, and Rin Shibuya || Get to Producer Rank D.
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! Initial Version
 
! Initial Version
 
! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">jewelries! 001</span>
 
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| [[Atashi Ponkotsu Android]] || Cute || {{hover title|Anzu Futaba, Miku Maekawa, Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, and Nana Abe|C5|link=yes}} || Available as of 10/28/15. Utaiwake version available.
 
| [[Atashi Ponkotsu Android]] || Cute || {{hover title|Anzu Futaba, Miku Maekawa, Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, and Nana Abe|C5|link=yes}} || Available as of 10/28/15. Utaiwake version available.
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| [[Susume☆Otome ~jewel parade~]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Available on Saturdays ~ Tuesdays before the 9/3/19 update. Available everyday as of 9/3/19.
 
| [[Susume☆Otome ~jewel parade~]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Available on Saturdays ~ Tuesdays before the 9/3/19 update. Available everyday as of 9/3/19.
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">jewelries! 002</span>
 
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| [[Pastel Pink na Koi]] || Cute || {{hover title|Kanako Mimura, Sachiko Koshimizu, Mayu Sakuma, Chieri Ogata, and Sae Kobayakawa|Sakuyahime|link=yes}} || Available as of 2/27/16.
 
| [[Pastel Pink na Koi]] || Cute || {{hover title|Kanako Mimura, Sachiko Koshimizu, Mayu Sakuma, Chieri Ogata, and Sae Kobayakawa|Sakuyahime|link=yes}} || Available as of 2/27/16.
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| [[Gokigen Party Night]]<br>Event Version || All Types || Mio Honda, Riina Tada, Rin Shibuya, Nana Abe, and Yuki Himekawa || Available on Saturdays ~ Tuesdays as of 2/16/16 before the 9/3/19 update. Available everyday as of 9/3/19. Accessible by turning on the "Event ver." button before the LIVE starts.
 
| [[Gokigen Party Night]]<br>Event Version || All Types || Mio Honda, Riina Tada, Rin Shibuya, Nana Abe, and Yuki Himekawa || Available on Saturdays ~ Tuesdays as of 2/16/16 before the 9/3/19 update. Available everyday as of 9/3/19. Accessible by turning on the "Event ver." button before the LIVE starts.
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">jewelries! 003</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Ashita Mata Aeru yo ne]] || Cute || {{hover title|Frederica Miyamoto, Shiki Ichinose, Momoka Sakurai, Yuka Nakano, and Kyoko Igarashi|la Roseraie|link=yes}} || Available as of 6/28/16.
 
| [[Ashita Mata Aeru yo ne]] || Cute || {{hover title|Frederica Miyamoto, Shiki Ichinose, Momoka Sakurai, Yuka Nakano, and Kyoko Igarashi|la Roseraie|link=yes}} || Available as of 6/28/16.
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! Initial Version
 
! Initial Version
 
! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">MASTER SEASONS SUMMER!</span>
 
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| [[Gin no Iruka to Atsui Kaze]] || All Types || Yui Ohtsuki, Chieri Ogata, and Minami Nitta || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 8/8/18.
 
| [[Gin no Iruka to Atsui Kaze]] || All Types || Yui Ohtsuki, Chieri Ogata, and Minami Nitta || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 8/8/18.
 
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| [[NATSU KOI]] || Cool || Syuko Shiomi, Arisu Tachibana, and Ryo Matsunaga || Available as of 8/9/19.
 
| [[NATSU KOI]] || Cool || Syuko Shiomi, Arisu Tachibana, and Ryo Matsunaga || Available as of 8/9/19.
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">MASTER SEASONS AUTUMN!</span>
 
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|-
 
| [[Akikaze ni Te o Futte]] || All Types || Riina Tada, Yuka Nakano, and Yumi Aiba || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 11/10/17.
 
| [[Akikaze ni Te o Futte]] || All Types || Riina Tada, Yuka Nakano, and Yumi Aiba || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 11/10/17.
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| [[Kuusou Tansa Keikaku]] || Passion || Natsuki Kimura, Ayame Hamaguchi, and Akane Hino || Available as of 10/29/19.
 
| [[Kuusou Tansa Keikaku]] || Passion || Natsuki Kimura, Ayame Hamaguchi, and Akane Hino || Available as of 10/29/19.
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">MASTER SEASONS WINTER!</span>
 
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| [[Twintail no Kaze]] || All Types || Miho Kohinata, Mika Jougasaki, and Kanade Hayami || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 4/10/18.
 
| [[Twintail no Kaze]] || All Types || Miho Kohinata, Mika Jougasaki, and Kanade Hayami || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 4/10/18.
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| [[Fuyuzora Precious]] || Passion || Sanae Katagiri, Emi Namba, and Yuki Himekawa || Available as of 1/29/18.
 
| [[Fuyuzora Precious]] || Passion || Sanae Katagiri, Emi Namba, and Yuki Himekawa || Available as of 1/29/18.
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">MASTER SEASONS SPRING!</span>
 
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| [[Sakura no Kaze]] || All Types || Kyoko Igarashi, Anastasia, and Yoshino Yorita || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 6/8/18.
 
| [[Sakura no Kaze]] || All Types || Kyoko Igarashi, Anastasia, and Yoshino Yorita || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 6/8/18.
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{| class="wikitable sortable collapsible collapsed" border="1"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable collapsible collapsed" border="1"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan=4 | CINDERELLA MASTER 3Chord Songs
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! colspan=4 | CINDERELLA MASTER 3chord Songs
 
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! Song Name
 
! Song Name
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! Initial Version
 
! Initial Version
 
! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">3chord for the Pops!</span>
 
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| [[Inshou]] || All Types || Ayame Hamaguchi, Hotaru Shiragiku, and Miyu Mifune || Available as of 2/27/20.
 
| [[Inshou]] || All Types || Ayame Hamaguchi, Hotaru Shiragiku, and Miyu Mifune || Available as of 2/27/20.
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! Initial Version
 
! Initial Version
 
! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Year 0</span>
 
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| [[Snow Wings]] || All Types || Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Yui Ohtsuki, and Haruna Kamijo || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 1/28/16.
 
| [[Snow Wings]] || All Types || Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Yui Ohtsuki, and Haruna Kamijo || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 1/28/16.
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Summer Carnival!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Mizuki Kawashima, Akane Hino, Yuko Hori, Suzuho Ueda, and Emi Namba|Summer Princess|link=yes}} || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 9/9/16.
 
| [[Summer Carnival!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Mizuki Kawashima, Akane Hino, Yuko Hori, Suzuho Ueda, and Emi Namba|Summer Princess|link=yes}} || Available earlier after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in Live Groove. Available later for everyone else as of 9/9/16.
 +
|-
 +
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Year 1</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[BEYOND THE STARLIGHT]] || All Types || Rika Jougasaki, Chieri Ogata, Karen Hojo, Mizuki Kawashima, and Yui Ohtsuki  || Available as of 9/9/16.
 
| [[BEYOND THE STARLIGHT]] || All Types || Rika Jougasaki, Chieri Ogata, Karen Hojo, Mizuki Kawashima, and Yui Ohtsuki  || Available as of 9/9/16.
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Souyoku no Aria]] || Cool || {{hover title|Ranko Kanzaki and Asuka Ninomiya|Dark Illuminate|link=yes}} || Available as of 9/28/17.
 
| [[Souyoku no Aria]] || Cool || {{hover title|Ranko Kanzaki and Asuka Ninomiya|Dark Illuminate|link=yes}} || Available as of 9/28/17.
 +
|-
 +
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Year 2</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Illusionista!]] || All Types || Mio Honda, Mayu Sakuma, Fumika Sagisawa, Sachiko Koshimizu, and Minami Nitta || Available as of 9/8/17.
 
| [[Illusionista!]] || All Types || Mio Honda, Mayu Sakuma, Fumika Sagisawa, Sachiko Koshimizu, and Minami Nitta || Available as of 9/8/17.
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Crazy Crazy]] || Cute || {{hover title|Shiki Ichinose and Frederica Miyamoto|Lazy Lazy|link=yes}} || Available as of 9/28/18.
 
| [[Crazy Crazy]] || Cute || {{hover title|Shiki Ichinose and Frederica Miyamoto|Lazy Lazy|link=yes}} || Available as of 9/28/18.
 +
|-
 +
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Year 3</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[GIRLS in the FRONTIER‎]] || All Types || Rin Shibuya, Mirei Hayasaka, Natsuki Kimura, Miho Kohinata, and Syuko Shiomi || Available as of 9/8/18. Event version is the same song with additional crowd effects, accessible by turning on the "Event ver." button before the LIVE starts.
 
| [[GIRLS in the FRONTIER‎]] || All Types || Rin Shibuya, Mirei Hayasaka, Natsuki Kimura, Miho Kohinata, and Syuko Shiomi || Available as of 9/8/18. Event version is the same song with additional crowd effects, accessible by turning on the "Event ver." button before the LIVE starts.
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Babel]] || Cool || {{hover title|Shiki Ichinose and Asuka Ninomiya|Dimension-3|link=yes}} || Available as of 7/30/19.
 
| [[Babel]] || Cool || {{hover title|Shiki Ichinose and Asuka Ninomiya|Dimension-3|link=yes}} || Available as of 7/30/19.
 +
|-
 +
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS 7thLIVE TOUR Special 3chord♪ Theme Songs</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[comic cosmic]] || All Types || Mayu Sakuma, Hayate Hisakawa, Yuka Nakano, Chie Sasaki, and Yuko Hori || Available as of 8/28/19.
 
| [[comic cosmic]] || All Types || Mayu Sakuma, Hayate Hisakawa, Yuka Nakano, Chie Sasaki, and Yuko Hori || Available as of 8/28/19.
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[Unlock Starbeat]] || All Types || Syoko Hoshi, Chiyo Shirayuki, Ranko Kanzaki, Kyoko Igarashi, and Riina Tada || Available as of 2/8/20.
 
| [[Unlock Starbeat]] || All Types || Syoko Hoshi, Chiyo Shirayuki, Ranko Kanzaki, Kyoko Igarashi, and Riina Tada || Available as of 2/8/20.
 +
|-
 +
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Year 4</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[TRUE COLORS]] || All Types || Mika Jougasaki, Aiko Takamori, Anastasia, Hajime Fujiwara, Yuuki Otokura, Chitose Kurosaki, Chiyo Shirayuki, Hayate Hisakawa, and Nagi Hisakawa || Available as of 9/9/19.
 
| [[TRUE COLORS]] || All Types || Mika Jougasaki, Aiko Takamori, Anastasia, Hajime Fujiwara, Yuuki Otokura, Chitose Kurosaki, Chiyo Shirayuki, Hayate Hisakawa, and Nagi Hisakawa || Available as of 9/9/19.
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{| class="wikitable sortable collapsible collapsed" border="1"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable collapsible collapsed" border="1"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan=4 | Solo Songs
+
! colspan=4 | Story Commu Solo Songs
 
|-
 
|-
 
! Song Name
 
! Song Name
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! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
 
|-
 
|-
| [[S(mile)ING!]] || Cute || Uzuki Shimamura || Complete Episode Story 3 + clear Star!!.
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Episodes 3~10</span>
 +
|-
 +
| [[S(mile)ING!]] || Cute || Uzuki Shimamura || Complete Episode Story 3 "SING, Smile, S(mile)ING!" + clear Star!!.
 +
|-
 +
| [[Never say never]] || Cool || Rin Shibuya || Complete Episode Story 4 "The Flower of My Heart." + clear S(mile)ING!.
 +
|-
 +
| [[Mitsuboshi☆☆★]] || Passion || Mio Honda || Complete Episode Story 5 "Lucky Star☆" + clear Never say never. (Producer Level 6 and Up)
 +
|-
 +
| [[Onedari Shall We~?]] || Cute || Miku Maekawa || Complete Episode Story 6 "Cat's Whiskers♪" + clear Mitsuboshi☆☆★. (Producer Level 10 and Up)
 +
|-
 +
| [[Twilight Sky]] || Cool || Riina Tada || Complete Episode Story 7 ""Rock" Is the Coolest Word." + clear Onedari Shall We~?. (Producer Level 14 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Never say never]] || Cool || Rin Shibuya || Complete Episode Story 4 + clear S(mile)ING!.
+
| [[DOKIDOKI Rhythm]] || Passion || Rika Jougasaki || Complete Episode Story 8 "Girls Be Ambitious!!" + clear Twilight Sky. (Producer Level 19 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mitsuboshi☆☆★]] || Passion || Mio Honda || Complete Episode Story 5 + clear Never say never. (Producer Level 6 and Up)
+
| [[Kazeiro Melody]] || Cute || Chieri Ogata || Complete Episode Story 9 "Happiness Is Here." + clear DOKIDOKI Rhythm. (Producer Level 24 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Onedari Shall We~?]] || Cute || Miku Maekawa || Complete Episode Story 6 + clear Mitsuboshi☆☆★. (Producer Level 10 and Up)
+
| [[Marshmallow☆Kiss]] || Passion || Kirari Moroboshi || Complete Episode Story 10 "Large Star, Little Girl" + clear Kazeiro Melody. (Producer Level 29 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Twilight Sky]] || Cool || Riina Tada || Complete Episode Story 7 + clear Onedari Shall We~?. (Producer Level 14 and Up)
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Episodes 11~20</span>
 
|-
 
|-
| [[DOKIDOKI Rhythm]] || Passion || Rika Jougasaki || Complete Episode Story 8 + clear Twilight Sky. (Producer Level 19 and Up)
+
| [[Anzu no Uta]] || Cute || Anzu Futaba || Complete Episode Story 11 "NO ID(O)L(E) NO LIFE!" + clear Marshmallow☆Kiss. (Producer Level 35 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kazeiro Melody]] || Cute || Chieri Ogata || Complete Episode Story 9 + clear DOKIDOKI Rhythm. (Producer Level 24 and Up)
+
| [[Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia ~Alma no Michibiki~|Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia]]<br>[[Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia ~Alma no Michibiki~|~Alma no Michibiki~]] || Cool || Ranko Kanzaki || Complete Episode Story 12 "Drop in the Darkness!" + clear Anzu no Uta. (Producer Level 42 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Marshmallow☆Kiss]] || Passion || Kirari Moroboshi || Complete Episode Story 10 + clear Kazeiro Melody. (Producer Level 29 and Up)
+
| [[Chocolat Tiara]] || Cute || Kanako Mimura || Complete Episode Story 13 "Sweets Party!!" + clear Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia ~Alma no Michibiki~. (Producer Level 44 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Anzu no Uta]] || Cute || Anzu Futaba || Complete Episode Story 11 + clear Marshmallow☆Kiss. (Producer Level 35 and Up)
+
| [[Venus Syndrome]] || Cool || Minami Nitta || Complete Episode Story 14 "Naked Venus" + clear Chocolat Tiara. (Producer Level 46 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia ~Alma no Michibiki~|Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia]]<br>[[Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia ~Alma no Michibiki~|~Alma no Michibiki~]] || Cool || Ranko Kanzaki || Complete Episode Story 12 + clear Anzu no Uta. (Producer Level 42 and Up)
+
| [[Romantic Now]] || Passion || Miria Akagi || Complete Episode Story 15 "Fun! Fun!! Fun!!!" + clear Venus Syndrome. (Producer Level 48 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Chocolat Tiara]] || Cute || Kanako Mimura || Complete Episode Story 13 + clear Tsubomi Yumemiru Rapsodia ~Alma no Michibiki~. (Producer Level 44 and Up)
+
| [[You're stars shine on me]] || Cool || Anastasia || Complete Episode Story 16 "Alone, But Not Lonely" + clear Romantic Now. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Venus Syndrome]] || Cool || Minami Nitta || Complete Episode Story 14 + clear Chocolat Tiara. (Producer Level 46 and Up)
+
| [[TOKIMEKI Escalate]] || Passion || Mika Jougasaki || Complete Episode Story 17 "Everything About the Love" + clear You're stars shine on me. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Romantic Now]] || Passion || Miria Akagi || Complete Episode Story 15 + clear Venus Syndrome. (Producer Level 48 and Up)
+
| [[Naked Romance]] || Cute || Miho Kohinata || Complete Episode Story 18 "Dreaming Place" + clear TOKIMEKI Escalate. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[You're stars shine on me]] || Cool || Anastasia || Complete Episode Story 16 + clear Romantic Now. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Angel Breeze]] || Cool || Mizuki Kawashima || Complete Episode Story 19 "Just Started" + clear Naked Romance. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[TOKIMEKI Escalate]] || Passion || Mika Jougasaki || Complete Episode Story 17 + clear You're stars shine on me. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Apple Pie Princess]] || Passion || Airi Totoki || Complete Episode Story 20 "Happiness Happening!" + clear Angel Breeze. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Naked Romance]] || Cute || Miho Kohinata || Complete Episode Story 18 + clear TOKIMEKI Escalate. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Episodes 21~30</span>
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Angel Breeze]] || Cool || Mizuki Kawashima || Complete Episode Story 19 + clear Naked Romance. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Everyday Dream]] || Cute || Mayu Sakuma || Complete Episode Story 21 "With or Without You" + clear Apple Pie Princess. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Apple Pie Princess]] || Passion || Airi Totoki || Complete Episode Story 20 + clear Angel Breeze. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Bright Blue]] || Cool || Fumika Sagisawa || Complete Episode Story 22 "Out of the Page" + clear Everyday Dream. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Everyday Dream]] || Cute || Mayu Sakuma || Complete Episode Story 21 + clear Apple Pie Princess. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Rockin' Emotion]] || Passion || Natsuki Kimura || Complete Episode Story 23 "Because You are You" + clear Bright Blue. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Bright Blue]] || Cool || Fumika Sagisawa || Complete Episode Story 22 + clear Everyday Dream. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[HANAKANZASHI]] || Cute || Sae Kobayakawa || Complete Episode Story 24 "Sakura Bloom" + clear Rockin' Emotion. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rockin' Emotion]] || Passion || Natsuki Kimura || Complete Episode Story 23 + clear Bright Blue. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Hotel Moonside]] || Cool || Kanade Hayami || Complete Episode Story 25 "Nobody Knows" + clear HANAKANZASHI. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[HANAKANZASHI]] || Cute || Sae Kobayakawa || Complete Episode Story 24 + clear Rockin' Emotion. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Osanpo Camera]] || Passion || Aiko Takamori || Complete Episode Story 26 "P.P.Peace!!" + clear Hotel Moonside. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hotel Moonside]] || Cool || Kanade Hayami || Complete Episode Story 25 + clear HANAKANZASHI. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Märchen Debut!]] || Cute || Nana Abe || Complete Episode Story 27 "Made by Maid" + clear Osanpo Camera. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Osanpo Camera]] || Passion || Aiko Takamori || Complete Episode Story 26 + clear Hotel Moonside. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[2nd SIDE]] || Cool || Nao Kamiya || Complete Episode Story 28 "Time of Pleasure" + clear Märchen Debut!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Märchen Debut!]] || Cute || Nana Abe || Complete Episode Story 27 + clear Osanpo Camera. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Nekketsu Otome A]] || Passion || Akane Hino || Complete Episode Story 29 "Heat up Hearts" + clear 2nd SIDE. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[2nd SIDE]] || Cool || Nao Kamiya || Complete Episode Story 28 + clear Märchen Debut!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Ki-ma-gu-re☆Cafe au lait!]] || Cute || Frederica Miyamoto || Complete Episode Story 30 "Every Day is a Good Day" + clear Nekketsu Otome A. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Nekketsu Otome A]] || Passion || Akane Hino || Complete Episode Story 29 + clear 2nd SIDE. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Episodes 31~40</span>
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ki-ma-gu-re☆Cafe au lait!]] || Cute || Frederica Miyamoto || Complete Episode Story 30 + clear Nekketsu Otome A. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Hakka]] || Cool || Karen Hojo || Complete Episode Story 31 "Monochrome Memory" + clear Ki-ma-gu-re☆Cafe au lait!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Hakka]] || Cool || Karen Hojo || Complete Episode Story 31 + clear Ki-ma-gu-re☆Cafe au lait!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Dokukinoko Densetsu]] || Passion || Syoko Hoshi || Complete Episode Story 32 "Full Metal Soul" + clear Hakka -Hakka-. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Dokukinoko Densetsu]] || Passion || Syoko Hoshi || Complete Episode Story 32 + clear Hakka -Hakka-. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Himitsu no Toilette]] || Cute || Shiki Ichinose || Complete Episode Story 33 "Missing, If you want" + clear Dokukinoko Densetsu. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Himitsu no Toilette]] || Cute || Shiki Ichinose || Complete Episode Story 33 + clear Dokukinoko Densetsu. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Chiisana Koi no Misshitsu Jiken]] || Cool || Koume Shirasaka || Complete Episode Story 34 "Whisper of another girl" + clear Himitsu no Toilette. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Chiisana Koi no Misshitsu Jiken]] || Cool || Koume Shirasaka || Complete Episode Story 34 + clear Himitsu no Toilette. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Can't Stop!!]] || Passion || Sanae Katagiri || Complete Episode Story 35 "Easy Driver!!" + clear Chiisana Koi no Misshitsu Jiken. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Can't Stop!!]] || Passion || Sanae Katagiri || Complete Episode Story 35 + clear Chiisana Koi no Misshitsu Jiken. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Koiiro Energy]] || Cute || Yuka Nakano || Complete Episode Story 36 "Voi che sapete..." + clear Can't Stop!!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Koiiro Energy]] || Cute || Yuka Nakano || Complete Episode Story 36 + clear Can't Stop!!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Ao no Ichibanboshi]] || Cool || Syuko Shiomi || Complete Episode Story 37 "Still up in the Air" + clear Koiiro Energy. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Ao no Ichibanboshi]] || Cool || Syuko Shiomi || Complete Episode Story 37 + clear Koiiro Energy. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Kimochi ii yo ne Ittoushou!]] || Passion || Yuki Himekawa || Complete Episode Story 38 "Cheer You! Cheer Me!" + clear Ao no Ichibanboshi. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kimochi ii yo ne Ittoushou!]] || Passion || Yuki Himekawa || Complete Episode Story 38 + clear Ao no Ichibanboshi. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[La Vie en Rose]] || Cute || Momoka Sakurai || Complete Episode Story 39 "The Words for LOVE" + clear Kimochi ii yo ne Ittoushou!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[La Vie en Rose]] || Cute || Momoka Sakurai || Complete Episode Story 39 + clear Kimochi ii yo ne Ittoushou!. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[in fact]] || Cool || Arisu Tachibana || Complete Episode Story 40 "Be honest with yourself" + clear La Vie en Rose. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[in fact]] || Cool || Arisu Tachibana || Complete Episode Story 40 + clear La Vie en Rose. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Episodes 41~50</span>
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Miracle Telepathy]] || Passion || Yuko Hori || Complete Episode Story 41 + clear in fact. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Miracle Telepathy]] || Passion || Yuko Hori || Complete Episode Story 41 "Go! Go! Super Girl!" + clear in fact. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Koi no Hamburg♪]] || Cute || Kyoko Igarashi || Complete Episode Story 42 + clear Miracle Telepathy. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Koi no Hamburg♪]] || Cute || Kyoko Igarashi || Complete Episode Story 42 "Home is where the heart is" + clear Miracle Telepathy. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Kyoumei Sekai no Ontology]] || Cool || Asuka Ninomiya || Complete Episode Story 43 + clear Koi no Hamburg♪. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Kyoumei Sekai no Ontology]] || Cool || Asuka Ninomiya || Complete Episode Story 43 "Cogito ergo sum" + clear Koi no Hamburg♪. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Radio Happy]] || Passion || Yui Ohtsuki || Complete Episode Story 44 + clear Kyoumei Sekai no Ontology. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Radio Happy]] || Passion || Yui Ohtsuki || Complete Episode Story 44 "Bonheur a la carte!!" + clear Kyoumei Sekai no Ontology. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[To my darling...]] || Cute || Sachiko Koshimizu || Complete Episode Story 45 + clear Radio Happy. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[To my darling...]] || Cute || Sachiko Koshimizu || Complete Episode Story 45 "Kawaii or Lesson?" + clear Radio Happy. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Minna no Kimochi]] || Passion || Nina Ichihara || Complete Episode Story 46 + clear To my darling.... (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Minna no Kimochi]] || Passion || Nina Ichihara || Complete Episode Story 46 "Stay by my side" + clear To my darling.... (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Koi Kaze]] || Cool || Kaede Takagaki || Complete Episode Story 47 + clear Minna no Kimochi. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Koi Kaze]] || Cool || Kaede Takagaki || Complete Episode Story 47 "A very merry usual day" + clear Minna no Kimochi. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Koi Kaze|Koi Kaze -Hanaba-]] || Cool || Kaede Takagaki || Play "MC Part 3" in the Event Commu "All-Star Countdown LIVE".
 
| [[Koi Kaze|Koi Kaze -Hanaba-]] || Cool || Kaede Takagaki || Play "MC Part 3" in the Event Commu "All-Star Countdown LIVE".
 
|-
 
|-
| [[lilac time]] || Passion || Yumi Aiba || Complete Episode Story 48 + clear Koi Kaze. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[lilac time]] || Passion || Yumi Aiba || Complete Episode Story 48 "The heart of growing flowers" + clear Koi Kaze. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Oikaze Running]] || Cute || Yuuki Otokura || Complete Episode Story 49 + clear lilac time. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Oikaze Running]] || Cute || Yuuki Otokura || Complete Episode Story 49 "Running toward the longing" + clear lilac time. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[One Life]] || Cool || Ryo Matsunaga || Complete Episode Story 50 + clear Oikaze Running. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[One Life]] || Cool || Ryo Matsunaga || Complete Episode Story 50 "That's why I'm here" + clear Oikaze Running. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Inori no Hana]] || Passion || Yoshino Yorita || Complete Episode Story 51 + clear One Life. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Episodes 51~60</span>
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Rakuen]] || Cute || Hiromi Seki || Complete Episode Story 52 + clear Inori no Hana. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Inori no Hana]] || Passion || Yoshino Yorita || Complete Episode Story 51 "Pray for Star" + clear One Life. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Last Kiss]] || Cool || Miyu Mifune || Complete Episode Story 53 + clear Rakuen. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Rakuen]] || Cute || Hiromi Seki || Complete Episode Story 52 "Thanks from now on" + clear Inori no Hana. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Onna no Michi wa Hoshi no Michi]] || Passion || Tomoe Murakami || Complete Episode Story 54 + clear Last Kiss. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Last Kiss]] || Cool || Miyu Mifune || Complete Episode Story 53 "Step forward to the future " + clear Rakuen. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Tani no Soko de Saku Hana wa]] || Cute || Hotaru Shiragiku || Complete Episode Story 55 + clear Onna no Michi wa Hoshi no Michi. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Onna no Michi wa Hoshi no Michi]] || Passion || Tomoe Murakami || Complete Episode Story 54 "The road of the soul" + clear Last Kiss. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Honoo no Hana]] || Passion || Takumi Mukai || Complete Episode Story 56 + clear Tani no Soko de Saku Hana wa. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Tani no Soko de Saku Hana wa]] || Cute || Hotaru Shiragiku || Complete Episode Story 55 "UNLUCKY,but never plucked" + clear Onna no Michi wa Hoshi no Michi. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[LOVE☆Has Come]] || Cute || Rina Fujimoto || Complete Episode Story 57 + clear Honoo no Hana. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Honoo no Hana]] || Passion || Takumi Mukai || Complete Episode Story 56 "Pride bout" + clear Tani no Soko de Saku Hana wa. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Sugar Heart☆Revolution]] || Passion || Shin Sato || Complete Episode Story 58 + clear LOVE☆Has Come. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[LOVE☆Has Come]] || Cute || Rina Fujimoto || Complete Episode Story 57 "Love goes around" + clear Honoo no Hana. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Mori no Kuni Kara]] || Cool || Nono Morikubo || Complete Episode Story 59 + clear Sugar Heart☆Revolution. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
+
| [[Sugar Heart☆Revolution]] || Passion || Shin Sato || Complete Episode Story 58 "What is Sweetie?" + clear LOVE☆Has Come. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 +
|-
 +
| [[Mori no Kuni Kara]] || Cool || Nono Morikubo || Complete Episode Story 59 "A Little Bird Wish" + clear Sugar Heart☆Revolution. (Producer Level 50 and Up)
 
|}
 
|}
  
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! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
 
|-
 
|-
| [[Star!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Complete Episode Story 2.
+
!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">First Season</span>
 +
|-
 +
| [[Star!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Complete Episode Story 2 "Wish upon a Star!!".
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Yuubae Present]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Complete Panel Mission Sheet 2.
 
| [[Yuubae Present]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Complete Panel Mission Sheet 2.
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|-
 
|-
 
| [[GOIN'!!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Complete Panel Mission Sheet 3.
 
| [[GOIN'!!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Complete Panel Mission Sheet 3.
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|-
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Second Season</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Shine!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Serial code available through purchase of ''[[THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS ANIMATION PROJECT 2nd Season 01 Shine!!|ANIMATION PROJECT 2nd Season 01 Shine!!]]'' until 9/30/15 @ 23:59. As of 10/2/15 @ 15:00, it's available to play in the game.
 
| [[Shine!!]] || All Types || {{hover title|Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Anzu Futaba, Kanako Mimura, Rika Jougasaki, Ranko Kanzaki, Miku Maekawa, Kirari Moroboshi, Riina Tada, Miria Akagi, Minami Nitta, Chieri Ogata, Anastasia|CINDERELLA PROJECT|link=yes}} || Serial code available through purchase of ''[[THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS ANIMATION PROJECT 2nd Season 01 Shine!!|ANIMATION PROJECT 2nd Season 01 Shine!!]]'' until 9/30/15 @ 23:59. As of 10/2/15 @ 15:00, it's available to play in the game.
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! Initial Version
 
! Initial Version
 
! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
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|-
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">First Season</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kira! Mankai Smile]] || Cute || Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, Mayu Sakuma, Momoka Sakurai, and Anzu Futaba || Available as of 4/27/18.
 
| [[Kira! Mankai Smile]] || Cute || Uzuki Shimamura, Miho Kohinata, Mayu Sakuma, Momoka Sakurai, and Anzu Futaba || Available as of 4/27/18.
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|-
 
| [[SUN♡FLOWER]] || Passion || Mio Honda, Sanae Katagiri, Shin Sato, Mika Jougasaki, and Kirari Moroboshi || Available as of 8/28/18.
 
| [[SUN♡FLOWER]] || Passion || Mio Honda, Sanae Katagiri, Shin Sato, Mika Jougasaki, and Kirari Moroboshi || Available as of 8/28/18.
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|-
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">CLIMAX SEASON</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[KyunKyun Max‎‎]] || Cute || Shiki Ichinose, Yuuki Otokura, Noriko Shiina, Miku Maekawa, and Atsumi Munakata || Available as of 4/27/19.
 
| [[KyunKyun Max‎‎]] || Cute || Shiki Ichinose, Yuuki Otokura, Noriko Shiina, Miku Maekawa, and Atsumi Munakata || Available as of 4/27/19.
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{| class="wikitable sortable collapsible collapsed" border="1"
 
{| class="wikitable sortable collapsible collapsed" border="1"
 
|-
 
|-
! colspan=4 | Rearrange and Remix songs
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! colspan=4 | Rearrange and Remix Songs
 
|-
 
|-
 
! Song Name
 
! Song Name
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! Initial Version
 
! Initial Version
 
! How to Obtain
 
! How to Obtain
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|-
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">For SS3A rearrange Mix</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Flip Flop]] ~For SS3A rearrange Mix~ || Cool || Hina Araki and Haruna Kamijo || Buy for 5000 Money at the Sound Booth.
 
| [[Flip Flop]] ~For SS3A rearrange Mix~ || Cool || Hina Araki and Haruna Kamijo || Buy for 5000 Money at the Sound Booth.
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|-
 
| [[Aikurushii]] ~For SS3A rearrange Mix~ || Cute || Hiromi Seki and Nono Morikubo || Buy for 5000 Money at the Sound Booth.
 
| [[Aikurushii]] ~For SS3A rearrange Mix~ || Cute || Hiromi Seki and Nono Morikubo || Buy for 5000 Money at the Sound Booth.
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|-
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!colspan="4" style="background: white;" | <span style="color:black">Remixes</span>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kagayaku Sekai no Mahou]] -Magical Step Forward Remix- || All Types || AJURIKA || Buy for 5000 Money at the Sound Booth.
 
| [[Kagayaku Sekai no Mahou]] -Magical Step Forward Remix- || All Types || AJURIKA || Buy for 5000 Money at the Sound Booth.
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|}
 
|}
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== Events ==
 +
Events are a way to obtain limited cards, trophies, and other rewards like trainer tickets and Star Jewels. Events usually last from anywhere to 6 to 8 days. There are 3 events each month: Live Groove/Parade/Carnival events are the first event of the month, Caravan or Susume! Cinderella Road are the second, and a Token event is always the last. For Live Groove and Token events, there are usually a points-based award and a ranking award card, the latter of which is awarded to players who do well in game-wide rankings (usually the top ranking 100,000 players). As of June 2016, tiers have now been extended to 120,000, which allows more people to receive the ranking SR. Currently, players can now get the ranking SR at 18,000 points. As of now, there are total of 6 event types.
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=== Token ===
 +
In Token events, the player can collect items from normal Lives. These tokens are used in place of stamina to play the event song, usually an existing group song from the Jewelries series or elsewhere. Through playing the event song (and playing normal songs, to a lesser extent), the player can earn points. Points unlock rewards, and chapters in a brand-new, voiced story featuring the original song's unit (for example, Atashi Ponkotsu Android's story featured Uzuki, Nana, Miho, Anzu, and Miku). There is a new room item at 5,000 points, a limited point card first available at 10,000 points, a ranking card first available at 18,000 points, and an Event limited ticket at 25,000 points. Additionally, the player's high score is tracked, and ranking high in that area earns the player a decoration for their room, though it is much harder to receive than the ranking SR. As of June 2016, players can now play the token event song in Master+ difficulty, though it costs the same amount of tokens as Master.
 +
 +
=== LIVE Groove ===
 +
There are three different sub-types of this event: Vocal, Dance, and Visual. Each type boosts the attributes of cards by 150%, so a card with 3000 points in Visual would be boosted to 4500 points during a Visual Burst. This event has the player spend stamina to select a difficulty of Groove, after which they will be given three songs in a certain attribute: Cool, Cute, or Passion (though non-typed songs like Star!! can be featured). Players can spend in-game money to reroll the type of Groove twice, after which they are stuck with the final type. The player then plays these three songs back-to-back, with an applause meter on the left. PERFECT and GREAT notes increase the applause level while BAD and MISS decrease it. If the applause level is over 17 after the songs are completed, an encore is unlocked, featuring a new song (sometimes one entirely new to the franchise). On Master difficulty, an applause level over 21 unlocks an encore at the Master+ difficulty, which is even harder. As of early April 2016, the player can unlock MV mode if they clear an encore on either Master or Master+. Much like Token events, this event features rankings and new stories.
 +
 +
=== Cinderella Caravan ===
 +
This event differs from the first two in that it is not point-based, and does not feature any new songs. Instead, players progress through the game as normal, with a chance of limited SRs and Rs dropping through normal lives. The chances of these cards dropping can be raised by choosing a center idol (support idols do not contribute towards drop rates) with a high Star Rank, raised by fusing two of the same card together in a Star Lesson. Additionally, every day has a chosen type where songs of that attribute receive a raise in drop rates. Songs also drop Caravan Tokens, which can be collected and traded for the featured cards or other rewards.
 +
 +
=== Susume! Cinderella Road ===
 +
In this event, players progress through spaces on a map by gaining points which are gained by clearing normal lives. Players can gain bonus points by putting the displayed idol into a unit, prioritizing the Vocal/Dance/Visual/Total appeal stats (note that support members, support skill, center skill, room-item bonus, and song bonus don't count) or Star Rank of a unit, and playing the right song type. Players can also randomly receive a 2x point bonus upon clearing a song.
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Once players reach the end of a map, a Trainer awaits them and a Trainer Mission activates. These Trainer Missions are cumulative, so players can keep playing and add to the total at their pace. Any unused steps will be turned into Susume Tickets, which can be used to advance through spaces without playing lives. Completing Trainer Missions reward players various rewards including an event card of one of the featured idol and unlock unvoiced chapters for players to read. Completing the first Trainer Mission unlocks the second idol's route. Players can change routes by clicking the top-right button (ルート切替). Players can only advance on one route at a time, but they can still freely switch between the two routes without losing progress. Once players fully complete a route, they can play through the map again to obtain additional copies of a card.
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 +
=== LIVE Parade ===
 +
In this event, players tour Japan with their idols. There is no point ranking for this type of event, but there are new songs, units, and stories to unlock. Each area has 2-3 subareas with 1-3 songs in each. Clearing a subarea will give the players attendees and event points which will give event point/attendee rewards, but most importantly the two event SR cards. Each subarea has 1-3 missions a player needs to complete in order to clear and move on to the next area, for example completing a live with 50% or more life or maintaining a 300 note combo. To unlock new areas, a player must have a certain number of attendees in a previous area, for example, to unlock area 2, one must obtain 10,000 attendees in area 1 first. In newer areas, the event points and attendees for clearing subareas increase. Each day certain songs will yield more attendees and event points and will have a mark on them in the song selection screen.
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=== LIVE Carnival ===
 +
Debuting on July 2nd, 2019, this event focuses on your idol production's total strength. The goal is to rank up the carnival by filling the gauge, which is dependent on one's score (1 voltage point per 100 score) within the number of Booths and obtains carnival medals along the way. Dotted all over the Carnival Grounds are Booths, Unit Tent, Gacha buildings, and mini-dialogue events from the Puchiderella idols. More of these will be available to be seen once the player raises their Carnival Rank. Once the player reaches SSS rank, they can compete for the final Carnival rankings.
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==== Booth ====
 +
Booths are where players play lives. There are a total of 10 Booths scattered around the carnival, starting with only 2, and the rest will unlock as you rank up. The 10th Booth features a Grand Live. Each booth has a certain set of songs and their own bonuses. The higher the Carnival Rank the player is at, the higher the appeal bonus and multiplier for carnival medals the player received via lives are.
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The full list of Booth effects are as follows (percentages will increase depending on Carnival Rank):<br>
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1. [キュート/クール/パッション]楽曲のみ選択可能![キュート/クール/パッション]アイドルのアピール値xxx%アップ ('''Cute/Cool/Passion''' songs only! '''Cute/Cool/Passion''' idols gain an xxx% Appeal boost)<br>
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2. [ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's '''Vocal/Dance/Visual''' Appeal are boosted by xxx%)<br>
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3. [ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値のみのみ適用。[ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値がxxx%アップ (Only '''Vocal/Dance/Visual''' Appeal are counted and boosted by xxx%)<br>
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4. ユニットのライフに応じてアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their '''Total Life''')<br>
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5. 全アピール値が、解放されているプロデュースptにつきxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their '''Potential Points''')<br>
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6. アイドルのスターランクに応じてアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their '''Star Rank''')<br>
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7. イベント出演アイドルのアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% if the idol is participating in the event (including those who appeared on the map)<br>
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8. 特定楽曲のみ選択可能!アイドルのアピール値xxx%アップ (Specific Songs only! All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx%)<br>
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If the player does not have enough voltage points after using up all the Booths, they can either replay the Booths (using stamina again) or reset the Booths with a new song/unit. Do note that for each booth used, one isn't allowed to use the same song/unit in other booths to rank up.
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==== Units ====
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Unit building in Carnival makes use of 18 custom units instead of those already made beforehand. Players are not able to use idols of the same '''illustrations''' in different units. Players are able to use the same card as long as one copy is '''unawakened'''. Another special feature of the Carnival is to able to use guest idols from other players to be put into one's Carnival units as long they have unique illustrations. There are limitations, however. The player can't place them on the center slot, can only have one guest idol per unit, and can only borrow up to 3 guest idols. Borrowed guest players (including yours) will receive 10 carnival medals for each time one plays with their card. Keep in mind guest idols aren't able to gain affection and fans upon clearing lives. The player can set their 4 idols for other players to use in the Event Guest Idol Settings (イベントゲスト設定). By default, the cards with the highest appeal are chosen, but one can change them by tapping on the idol's icon and then tapping the Change Idol (アイドル変更) button.
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 +
==== Medal Gacha ====
 +
This is where players obtain rewards, including star jewels, event cards, SR tickets, etc. One roll costs 10 carnival metals and ten rolls cost 100 carnival medals. There are 21 different boxes with a limited number of prizes in each one of them. Once one rolls a certain "reset" item, it's possible to move on to the next box if desired, however, any items still left over in the box cannot be obtained afterward. On the Gacha Settings (ガチャ設定), one can change the maximum number of rolls to draw or tap the tick button to specify which items from the current box one wants. Once all the items with a tick mark have been received, then multiple draws will stop. By default, only the reset item is selected.
  
 
=== Event Songs ===
 
=== Event Songs ===
 +
The following is a list of event songs (sans Caravan and Road events) that appeared in the game, sorted by starting date. The list is divided by the year the event song appeared on.
  
 
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|}
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== LIVE PARTY!! Mode ==
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Formerly an event, this mode allows you to play with four other people. Five players play a song together and gain an amount of Star Emblems depending on how well they do individually (affected by rarity, stats, card skill level, potentials, and type attribute), which can be exchanged for previous event idols, items, star jewels, memory keys, etc. These rewards reset monthly. The total score does not only include the song score but also takes the idol's skill, combo length, and other factors into consideration. Players can set 4 different units pertaining to each song attribute (Cute, Cool, Passion, and Rainbow). In each unit, there are five different roles which give different stat bonuses: Performer (Visual), Vocalist (Vocal), Center (All), Dancer (Dance), and Leader (Life). When put into a match, the game will randomly pick what role you will represent and the idol you picked to represent that role will be used. Here, players can also set and show stickers that greet, communicate with, and say goodbye to players before and after the match. During events, players can either gain event points, Caravan Tokens, attendance boosting items, or Susume Tickets from clearing lives. This used to be called Co-op Live while in beta testing.
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== Gacha ==
 +
The gacha is used to scout for new idols and to obtain cards using star jewels and friendship points as currency. All rarities of cards unlock memorial stories and idol episodes once a card is changed into its "+" form. SSR cards unlock special outfits that can be viewed through the 3D mode in lives. 
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=== Platinum Gacha ===
 +
In the regular Platinum Gacha, players can scout for Rare, Super Rare, and Super Super Rare cards using star jewels as currency. It costs 250 star jewels for 1 scout and 2500 star jewels for 10 scouts. A player can also scout once per day with 60 paid jewels. In a 10 scout, the tenth card in the scout is a guaranteed SR card. All cards featured and in the gacha are permanent. A new Platinum Gacha appears three times a month usually featuring a new permanent SSR card and SR card with the featured cards having a higher appearance rate than other cards in the gacha. All permanent Platinum Gacha cards are also available to scout for in Limited, Cinderella Festival, and Type Select Gacha.
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==== Limited Gacha ====
 +
Limited Gacha are a type of Platinum Gacha that happen at the beginning of each month usually revolving around a special theme. The featured cards are two limited SSRs, one permanent SR and one limited SR. Limited cards are not available in any other Platinum, Cinderella Festival, or Limited Gacha but their own. Some of the earlier Limited Gacha are reappearing at the end of every month there isn't a Cinderella Festival Gacha.
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==== Cinderella Festival Gacha ====
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In this special type of Platinum Gacha that appears at the end of each third month, the SSR card appearance rate is doubled from 1.5% to 3.0%. Each Cinderella Festival gacha features three Cinfes-exclusive SSR cards of each attribute. Unlike Limited Gacha, Cinfes-exclusive SSR cards are available in every Cinderella Festival Gacha after the one they were featured in.
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==== Type Select ====
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Type Select Gacha happen for three consecutive days every month (one day per attribute), usually after that month's Limited Gacha. The cards a player is able to scout for is limited to one attribute (Cute, Cool, or Passion). Unlike past Type Select Gacha, all rarities are affected by the attribute constraint, not just SSR cards.
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{| class="wikitable"
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!colspan="4"|Rarity Appearance Rates
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|rowspan="1"|
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!SSR
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!SR
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!R
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|Platinum Gacha
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|rowspan="3"|3.000%
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|rowspan="3"|12.000%
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|rowspan="3"|85.000%
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|-
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|Type Select Gacha
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|-
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|Limited Gacha
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|-
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|CinFes Gacha
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|6.000%
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|12.000%
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|82.000%
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|}
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=== Local Audition ===
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In the Local Audition Gacha, players can spend friendship points in exchange for primarily Normal cards and Rookie through Master trainer tickets. It is possible to get Rare and even Super Rare cards through the gacha, but they are rare. The appearance rate for N, R, & SR cards and trainer tickets is unknown. It costs 200 friendship points for one scout and 2000 friendship points for a 10 scout.
  
 
== Characters ==
 
== Characters ==

Revision as of 10:59, 3 April 2020

THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage
The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Starlight Stage Logo.png
Rin icon.png
Video Game data
Platform: iOS, Android
Publisher: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
Developer: Cygames
Selling Agency: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.
Release Date: September 3rd, 2015 (Android) September 10th, 2015 (iOS)

THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls: Starlight Stage (アイドルマスター シンデレラガールズ スターライトステージ Aidorumasutaa Shinderera Gaaruzu Sutaaraito Suteeji) is a spin-off free-to-play rhythm game released for mobile devices based on THE iDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls.

Gameplay

Similar to THE iDOLM@STER SHINY FESTA, this is a rhythm game. The game revolves around tapping icons of the idols in the rhythm of the background song. Different kinds of notes will be brought in to show how each icon must be tapped; these include simply tapping the icon, tapping and holding down the icon, tapping and flicking a certain direction, tapping two icons simultaneously, and tapping and sliding a certain direction.

Songs

This is the list of songs confirmed to play within this game. There are currently 200 playable songs (not counting Onegai! Cinderella solos and event version of songs below) with more to be added soon. Three songs, all from the anime series, were exclusively available through download codes, such as Shine!!, which was available through the purchase of THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA GIRLS ANIMATION PROJECT 2nd Season 01 Shine!!. However, these songs were later made available to all players.

Live Groove and Live Parade event songs are available earlier the day after the event ends by reaching 5000 points in one of two events mentioned, and then a month later they would be available for everyone else. Token event songs, while don't have advance play reward after the event ends, are also available a month after the event ends. Starting from Trust me (Token), Palette (Live Groove) and Giyuu Ninkyou Hanafubuki (Live Parade), event songs are now available for everyone the day after the event ends, regardless of reaching 5000 points (in the case of Groove or Parade) or not.

Some event songs such as Gokigen Party Night, Take me☆Take you, and Yes! Party Time!! can be toggled to their event version before the LIVE starts.

Before the 09/03/19 update, jewelries! series group songs (Susume☆Otome ~jewel parade~, Gokigen Party Night, and Near to You) and its respective attribute-only versions were playable only on a certain day: Cute versions on Wednesdays, Cool versions on Thursdays, Passion versions on Fridays, and All Type versions on Saturdays to Tuesdays. As of the 09/03/19, every version of jewelries series group songs is now available every day.

Each song has its own MV Mode, unlockable by clearing it on any difficulty at least once. Rearranges, remixes and certain cover songs' MV Modes are available on 2D versions only.

Some songs such as Onegai! Cinderella, Tulip, and Atashi Ponkotsu Android have an Utaiwake feature in the MV mode, which ables the players to mix and match vocal parts for Utaiwake-eligible songs. Utaiwake versions are accessible by turning on the "Utaiwake" button before the MV starts.

The songs that appear in-game, sorted by the series appearance order of songs, are as follows:

Onegai! Cinderella Solos

Onegai! Cinderella has its solo versions that are made playable. In order to do that, obtain certain SRs and SSRs of each voiced idol, then place them in the center, and finally turn on the "Solo version" button before the LIVE starts. Note that event SRs are not eligible.

Events

Events are a way to obtain limited cards, trophies, and other rewards like trainer tickets and Star Jewels. Events usually last from anywhere to 6 to 8 days. There are 3 events each month: Live Groove/Parade/Carnival events are the first event of the month, Caravan or Susume! Cinderella Road are the second, and a Token event is always the last. For Live Groove and Token events, there are usually a points-based award and a ranking award card, the latter of which is awarded to players who do well in game-wide rankings (usually the top ranking 100,000 players). As of June 2016, tiers have now been extended to 120,000, which allows more people to receive the ranking SR. Currently, players can now get the ranking SR at 18,000 points. As of now, there are total of 6 event types.

Token

In Token events, the player can collect items from normal Lives. These tokens are used in place of stamina to play the event song, usually an existing group song from the Jewelries series or elsewhere. Through playing the event song (and playing normal songs, to a lesser extent), the player can earn points. Points unlock rewards, and chapters in a brand-new, voiced story featuring the original song's unit (for example, Atashi Ponkotsu Android's story featured Uzuki, Nana, Miho, Anzu, and Miku). There is a new room item at 5,000 points, a limited point card first available at 10,000 points, a ranking card first available at 18,000 points, and an Event limited ticket at 25,000 points. Additionally, the player's high score is tracked, and ranking high in that area earns the player a decoration for their room, though it is much harder to receive than the ranking SR. As of June 2016, players can now play the token event song in Master+ difficulty, though it costs the same amount of tokens as Master.

LIVE Groove

There are three different sub-types of this event: Vocal, Dance, and Visual. Each type boosts the attributes of cards by 150%, so a card with 3000 points in Visual would be boosted to 4500 points during a Visual Burst. This event has the player spend stamina to select a difficulty of Groove, after which they will be given three songs in a certain attribute: Cool, Cute, or Passion (though non-typed songs like Star!! can be featured). Players can spend in-game money to reroll the type of Groove twice, after which they are stuck with the final type. The player then plays these three songs back-to-back, with an applause meter on the left. PERFECT and GREAT notes increase the applause level while BAD and MISS decrease it. If the applause level is over 17 after the songs are completed, an encore is unlocked, featuring a new song (sometimes one entirely new to the franchise). On Master difficulty, an applause level over 21 unlocks an encore at the Master+ difficulty, which is even harder. As of early April 2016, the player can unlock MV mode if they clear an encore on either Master or Master+. Much like Token events, this event features rankings and new stories.

Cinderella Caravan

This event differs from the first two in that it is not point-based, and does not feature any new songs. Instead, players progress through the game as normal, with a chance of limited SRs and Rs dropping through normal lives. The chances of these cards dropping can be raised by choosing a center idol (support idols do not contribute towards drop rates) with a high Star Rank, raised by fusing two of the same card together in a Star Lesson. Additionally, every day has a chosen type where songs of that attribute receive a raise in drop rates. Songs also drop Caravan Tokens, which can be collected and traded for the featured cards or other rewards.

Susume! Cinderella Road

In this event, players progress through spaces on a map by gaining points which are gained by clearing normal lives. Players can gain bonus points by putting the displayed idol into a unit, prioritizing the Vocal/Dance/Visual/Total appeal stats (note that support members, support skill, center skill, room-item bonus, and song bonus don't count) or Star Rank of a unit, and playing the right song type. Players can also randomly receive a 2x point bonus upon clearing a song. Once players reach the end of a map, a Trainer awaits them and a Trainer Mission activates. These Trainer Missions are cumulative, so players can keep playing and add to the total at their pace. Any unused steps will be turned into Susume Tickets, which can be used to advance through spaces without playing lives. Completing Trainer Missions reward players various rewards including an event card of one of the featured idol and unlock unvoiced chapters for players to read. Completing the first Trainer Mission unlocks the second idol's route. Players can change routes by clicking the top-right button (ルート切替). Players can only advance on one route at a time, but they can still freely switch between the two routes without losing progress. Once players fully complete a route, they can play through the map again to obtain additional copies of a card.

LIVE Parade

In this event, players tour Japan with their idols. There is no point ranking for this type of event, but there are new songs, units, and stories to unlock. Each area has 2-3 subareas with 1-3 songs in each. Clearing a subarea will give the players attendees and event points which will give event point/attendee rewards, but most importantly the two event SR cards. Each subarea has 1-3 missions a player needs to complete in order to clear and move on to the next area, for example completing a live with 50% or more life or maintaining a 300 note combo. To unlock new areas, a player must have a certain number of attendees in a previous area, for example, to unlock area 2, one must obtain 10,000 attendees in area 1 first. In newer areas, the event points and attendees for clearing subareas increase. Each day certain songs will yield more attendees and event points and will have a mark on them in the song selection screen.

LIVE Carnival

Debuting on July 2nd, 2019, this event focuses on your idol production's total strength. The goal is to rank up the carnival by filling the gauge, which is dependent on one's score (1 voltage point per 100 score) within the number of Booths and obtains carnival medals along the way. Dotted all over the Carnival Grounds are Booths, Unit Tent, Gacha buildings, and mini-dialogue events from the Puchiderella idols. More of these will be available to be seen once the player raises their Carnival Rank. Once the player reaches SSS rank, they can compete for the final Carnival rankings.

Booth

Booths are where players play lives. There are a total of 10 Booths scattered around the carnival, starting with only 2, and the rest will unlock as you rank up. The 10th Booth features a Grand Live. Each booth has a certain set of songs and their own bonuses. The higher the Carnival Rank the player is at, the higher the appeal bonus and multiplier for carnival medals the player received via lives are.

The full list of Booth effects are as follows (percentages will increase depending on Carnival Rank):
1. [キュート/クール/パッション]楽曲のみ選択可能![キュート/クール/パッション]アイドルのアピール値xxx%アップ (Cute/Cool/Passion songs only! Cute/Cool/Passion idols gain an xxx% Appeal boost)
2. [ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Vocal/Dance/Visual Appeal are boosted by xxx%)
3. [ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値のみのみ適用。[ボーカル/ダンス/ビジュアル]アピール値がxxx%アップ (Only Vocal/Dance/Visual Appeal are counted and boosted by xxx%)
4. ユニットのライフに応じてアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their Total Life)
5. 全アピール値が、解放されているプロデュースptにつきxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their Potential Points)
6. アイドルのスターランクに応じてアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% based off their Star Rank)
7. イベント出演アイドルのアピール値がxxx%アップ (All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx% if the idol is participating in the event (including those who appeared on the map)
8. 特定楽曲のみ選択可能!アイドルのアピール値xxx%アップ (Specific Songs only! All idol's Appeal is boosted by xxx%)
If the player does not have enough voltage points after using up all the Booths, they can either replay the Booths (using stamina again) or reset the Booths with a new song/unit. Do note that for each booth used, one isn't allowed to use the same song/unit in other booths to rank up.

Units

Unit building in Carnival makes use of 18 custom units instead of those already made beforehand. Players are not able to use idols of the same illustrations in different units. Players are able to use the same card as long as one copy is unawakened. Another special feature of the Carnival is to able to use guest idols from other players to be put into one's Carnival units as long they have unique illustrations. There are limitations, however. The player can't place them on the center slot, can only have one guest idol per unit, and can only borrow up to 3 guest idols. Borrowed guest players (including yours) will receive 10 carnival medals for each time one plays with their card. Keep in mind guest idols aren't able to gain affection and fans upon clearing lives. The player can set their 4 idols for other players to use in the Event Guest Idol Settings (イベントゲスト設定). By default, the cards with the highest appeal are chosen, but one can change them by tapping on the idol's icon and then tapping the Change Idol (アイドル変更) button.

Medal Gacha

This is where players obtain rewards, including star jewels, event cards, SR tickets, etc. One roll costs 10 carnival metals and ten rolls cost 100 carnival medals. There are 21 different boxes with a limited number of prizes in each one of them. Once one rolls a certain "reset" item, it's possible to move on to the next box if desired, however, any items still left over in the box cannot be obtained afterward. On the Gacha Settings (ガチャ設定), one can change the maximum number of rolls to draw or tap the tick button to specify which items from the current box one wants. Once all the items with a tick mark have been received, then multiple draws will stop. By default, only the reset item is selected.

Event Songs

The following is a list of event songs (sans Caravan and Road events) that appeared in the game, sorted by starting date. The list is divided by the year the event song appeared on.

LIVE PARTY!! Mode

Formerly an event, this mode allows you to play with four other people. Five players play a song together and gain an amount of Star Emblems depending on how well they do individually (affected by rarity, stats, card skill level, potentials, and type attribute), which can be exchanged for previous event idols, items, star jewels, memory keys, etc. These rewards reset monthly. The total score does not only include the song score but also takes the idol's skill, combo length, and other factors into consideration. Players can set 4 different units pertaining to each song attribute (Cute, Cool, Passion, and Rainbow). In each unit, there are five different roles which give different stat bonuses: Performer (Visual), Vocalist (Vocal), Center (All), Dancer (Dance), and Leader (Life). When put into a match, the game will randomly pick what role you will represent and the idol you picked to represent that role will be used. Here, players can also set and show stickers that greet, communicate with, and say goodbye to players before and after the match. During events, players can either gain event points, Caravan Tokens, attendance boosting items, or Susume Tickets from clearing lives. This used to be called Co-op Live while in beta testing.

Gacha

The gacha is used to scout for new idols and to obtain cards using star jewels and friendship points as currency. All rarities of cards unlock memorial stories and idol episodes once a card is changed into its "+" form. SSR cards unlock special outfits that can be viewed through the 3D mode in lives.

Platinum Gacha

In the regular Platinum Gacha, players can scout for Rare, Super Rare, and Super Super Rare cards using star jewels as currency. It costs 250 star jewels for 1 scout and 2500 star jewels for 10 scouts. A player can also scout once per day with 60 paid jewels. In a 10 scout, the tenth card in the scout is a guaranteed SR card. All cards featured and in the gacha are permanent. A new Platinum Gacha appears three times a month usually featuring a new permanent SSR card and SR card with the featured cards having a higher appearance rate than other cards in the gacha. All permanent Platinum Gacha cards are also available to scout for in Limited, Cinderella Festival, and Type Select Gacha.

Limited Gacha

Limited Gacha are a type of Platinum Gacha that happen at the beginning of each month usually revolving around a special theme. The featured cards are two limited SSRs, one permanent SR and one limited SR. Limited cards are not available in any other Platinum, Cinderella Festival, or Limited Gacha but their own. Some of the earlier Limited Gacha are reappearing at the end of every month there isn't a Cinderella Festival Gacha.

Cinderella Festival Gacha

In this special type of Platinum Gacha that appears at the end of each third month, the SSR card appearance rate is doubled from 1.5% to 3.0%. Each Cinderella Festival gacha features three Cinfes-exclusive SSR cards of each attribute. Unlike Limited Gacha, Cinfes-exclusive SSR cards are available in every Cinderella Festival Gacha after the one they were featured in.

Type Select

Type Select Gacha happen for three consecutive days every month (one day per attribute), usually after that month's Limited Gacha. The cards a player is able to scout for is limited to one attribute (Cute, Cool, or Passion). Unlike past Type Select Gacha, all rarities are affected by the attribute constraint, not just SSR cards.

Rarity Appearance Rates
SSR SR R
Platinum Gacha 3.000% 12.000% 85.000%
Type Select Gacha
Limited Gacha
CinFes Gacha 6.000% 12.000% 82.000%

Local Audition

In the Local Audition Gacha, players can spend friendship points in exchange for primarily Normal cards and Rookie through Master trainer tickets. It is possible to get Rare and even Super Rare cards through the gacha, but they are rare. The appearance rate for N, R, & SR cards and trainer tickets is unknown. It costs 200 friendship points for one scout and 2000 friendship points for a 10 scout.

Characters

The following 197 idols are confirmed to appear as playable characters, both in the 3D and Puchi 2D versions of the LIVE modes, as well as in Business mode.

Units

The following below is the list of units that appear in group songs, mainly appearing in event-original songs.

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