This article lists down the different terms and phrases used in each episode and its definition.
Episode 1: Prologue of the Beginning and the EndEdit
Term 1: El Psy CongrooEdit
"El Psy Congroo" is the password that Rintarou Okabe uses whenever he ends a phone conversation. However, it is revealed that the supposed conversation he ended did not actually exist because Rintarou usually turns his phone off. The phrase is a possible combination of Greek and Latin meaning "To Harden the Mind". The phrase itself is a reference to the @channel meme "La Yohasoh Steana", and possibly something related to the real world John Titor's codeword, "Tempus edax rerum", meaning "Time, the devourer of all things".
Term 2: "Organization"Edit
This is Okarin's delusional agency involved with Committee of 300. It is supposed to be highly secret group who is sought after by many an opposing organizations, whose secrets would be vital to radical change, which nobody but Okarin cares for. This is the initial irony to the series, as something imaginary becomes all too real.
Term 3: Metal OopaEdit
Oopa is a character from fictional anime Rai-net Kakeu. The Metal Oopa is one, if not the, rarest of a collectible vending Oopa figure series. While the anime is considered a child's cartoon, some collect the merchandise for their rarity.*SPOILER* Later in the series, it is revealed that the Metal Oopa is a key item in world line convergence. *SPOILER***
Also, OOPA, or OOPArt, is an acronym for "Out Of Place Artifact", a supposedly futuristic artifact found in an ancient archaeological site. The very existance of OOPArts might be an evidence of time traveling that has happened before.
Term 4: AlpacamanEdit
This alphaca with a man's face is a character of virtual pet video game. A parody of SEGA Dreamcast software Seaman.
Term 5: Hououin KyoumaEdit
The main protagonist of Steins;Gate, Okabe is a self-proclaimed mad scientist and often refers to himself under the alias of Hououin Kyouma, which is also the name he uses to introduce himself to other people. Mayuri and Daru refer to him by the nickname Okarin. He also uses this alias when browsing @channel. The literal translation is "Phoenix-Shrine Madness-of-truth".
Term 6: The Choice of Steins;GateEdit
This is a phrase used by Okabe to signify the meaning of events, the phrase itself doesn't actually mean anything.
Term 7: Futuristic Gadget #1Edit
"Future Gadget #1 Bit Particle Cannon" is one of the gadgets that Okabe and Daru made, It is nothing more than a Laser-gun shaped TV remote control.
Term 8: LandlordEdit
Mr. Braun, the manager of a small electronics store specialized in Braun tubes and CRT-based televisions is also the property owner of the apartment. It is shown that he does not dislike Okarin, but finds his antics to be very disruptive to the property.
Term 9: HostageEdit
Explained later on in the series, Mayuri is said to be Okarin's hostage. This is because she was traumatized by her grandmother's death to the point where she would visit her grave daily during younger years. One day, Mayuri reaches up towards the sky to a beam of light, and Okarin runs to hold her as he announces that he won't let her go anywhere because she is his hostage - he was afraid she would be taken into the heavens and she would not be with him. It's a non-affectionate way of saying he will never have him leave her if he can help it.
Term 10: Phone Microwave (Name Subject to Change)Edit
Future Gadget #8. This is actually the full name of the machine used for the initial time-travel related plot in the begining of the series. When a message is sent to the microwave from a phone, it activates it remotely - how convenient! Originally designed to be a remote controlled microwave, this became the base concept for the time machine later on.
Term 11: Gel BananaEdit
During experimentation with the Phone Microwave (Name Subject to Change), a banana is teleported back to it's stalk in the form of a Gel Banana, marking the begining of the time-themed plot.
Term 12: University ForumEdit
Both Rintarou and Itaru are students from Tokyo Denki University, and to acquire academic units, they held a seminar on the Akihabara Techno Forum (ATF) at Dai-Building.
Episode 2: Time Travel ParanoiaEdit
Term 1: SCIENCYEdit
SCIENCY (a parody of SCIENCE) is the most famous scientific journal magazine in the world and is the academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. At the young age of 18, Kurisu Makise's academic paper was published in this magazine April 2010 issue, making her the youngest person to perform such a feat.
Term 2: Yanagibayashi Shrine 柳林神社Edit
This is the shrine that Ruka helps manage.
Term 3: Youtou SamidareEdit
Replica of Katana sold at Bukiya replica weapon shop. Okabe bought it for 980 yen, but treats it as if it's a legendary blade.
Term 4: "But, he's a guy."Edit
In regards to Ruka, talking about all his perfectly feminine qualities... but he's a guy.
Term 5: "Oh-ha~!"Edit
Short for "Ohayou-gozaimasu' (Good morning). Part Time Warrior says this. The greeting won the grand prize in the buzzwords contest for 2000, a decade ago. It's significant for its horrible out-of-dateness.
Term 6: @channelEdit
This is the fictional equivilant to a Chan such as 2ch, 2chan, and 4chan, with the first being implied. The only mentioned tripcode user is JOHN_TITOR. People that use a name but no tripcode include Hououin Kyouma and 'KuriGohan and Kamehameha'. In anime, JOHN_TITOR and Hououin Kyouma "age" the threads while KuriGohan "sages" them.
Term 7: JOHN_TITOREdit
According to the BBS, John Titor is a time traveler from the year 2036. The user posts on @Channel about a futuristic Dystopia in 2036.
Term 8: SERNEdit
Short for Société Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire. A supposedly evil agency who works closely with particle manipulation, SERN is an anime counterpart to the real world CERN. In the series, SERN becomes the antagonist faction to Okarin and the lab. They are a major ruling force in John Titor's time.
Term 9: DystopiaEdit
In reference to John Titor's time, a dystopia is a world that is put into a forced state of peace, but it's just a veiled dictatorship.
Term 10: Grandfather ParadoxEdit
The theory that if you were to go back in time to kill your biological grandfather, you would be from a parallel universe created by the death of your grandfather, as you would never have existed to begin with.
Term 11: World LineEdit
Throughout time as a linear plane, World Lines are different variations of reality in which details differ from one world line to the next. There is a lot of hopping of World Lines, and as explained, the more times World Lines are traversed, the more varied the reality is.
Term 12: IBN 5100Edit
An old computer developed by IBM, the IBN is the anime equivalent. It is a computer made in 1975 that runs very simple coding that is disregarded in future computer models, causing a very short stock to have ever been produced. This apparently is imperative to the use of a time machine, as said by John Titor.
Term 13: Mayushii Nyan-NyanEdit
Mayuri does a small position at a maid cafe as a catgirl maid, where they all say "nyan~" at the end of their sentences. It's quite cute.
Term 14: Forbidden Secret TechniqueEdit
Faris' ancient technique called Through Shoulder. The reference to training at Guiana Hiland is a reference to G-gundam episode E18.
Episode 3: Parallel Process ParanoiaEdit
Term 1: HENTAIEdit
In Japanese, means 'pervert'. Kurisu uses this quite often for Daru. He insists that he is not pervert, but perverted gentleman. Pervert gentleman is a @channel meme for harmless, mannerly pervert.
Term 2: Cristina (Kurisu-tina)Edit
Another name given to Kurisu by Okarin. He teases her with this name because it is slightly awkward - it is a continent neutral name of American and Japanese origin. This is because she has been studing in America, and thought that it would be more suited for his 'international conspiracy' delusions. Other conspiracy-related women include Sara, Claudia and Simone.
Term 3: Labo-Mem (Laboratory Member)Edit
The members of the "Future Gadget Lab", Okabe formally inducts each one personally.
Term 4: The ZombieEdit
One of the many names given to Kurisu by Okarin. One could suggest that he enjoys teasing her. From Okarin's perspective, this name is fitting as she had been ressurected after being stabbed.
Term 5: Time MachineEdit
Term 6: Shining FingerEdit
In reference to the Kung Fu skill from the protagonist of Gundam G series, this is the nickname given to Moeka Kiryu by Okarin because of her high-speed cell phone typing skill,
The voice actor of Daru had shouted "Shining Finger!" in Gundam G.
Term 7: SamboEdit
Name of a beef bowl (gyuudon) stand in Akihabara. Being known for Akihabara geek's favorite, it even has its own Japanese Wikipedia entry. No cellphone, no headphones and no questions are the rules of the shop.
Term 8: LHC (Large Hadron Collider)Edit
This is a device used by both real world CERN and fictional SERN to collide atoms in attempt to create extreme forces of energy and such. It's the scientific way of "knocking things together until something interesting happens", including generation of a micro black hole. It runs underground in a ring. In Steins;Gate it's used to send people back through time.
Term 9: Canned OdenEdit
In Japan, there are vending machines nearly everywhere for convinience. Not only does this include drinks, but quick-soup as well. Canned Oden is a local speciality of Akihabara.
Term 10: Rai-Net SausageEdit
Merchandise of the fictional anime series Rai-net Kakeru.
Term 11: "Human is dead, mismatch"Edit
During Daru's investigation, a search on missing persons in SERN'S database shows articles involving particular test subjects being transported back in time and torn apart at the molecular level, each subject this happens to has their file branded with this phrase.
Episode 4: Interpreter RendezvousEdit
Term 1: Faris Nyan-NyanEdit
Pink haired girl, inheritant of Akiba city. She works in the same maid cafe as Mayuri and is a friend of Daru and Okarin. Daru looks up to her as the only 3D woman with a 2D soul.
Term 2: Rai-Net Dash (Rai-net Kakeru)Edit
Fictional anime series. The story of 13 episodes is introduced in the original game Steins;Gate. The story revolves around an elementary-school hero Kakeru who fights online battles against evil hackers, with his girlfriend Kirari-chan and his legendary Monster-Program called Upa.
Term 3: Tennouji NaeEdit
The docile only daughter of Tennouji Yuugo. She treats Mayuri as her older sister, and when the two meet, they often say "Tutturu" at the same time. She really loves her father and is frightened by Itaru and Rintarou.
Term 4: "I'm a full-fledged soldier"Edit
"I'm a grown-up and a soldier" is the subber's mistranslation.
Term 5: Stardust HandshakeEdit
Something that Mayuri does sometimes, she looks to the sky and places her hand towards the sun. She's done this since her grandmother died.
Term 6: Feiris CupEdit
In the maid cafe, there is a tournament for Rai-net Access Battlers, a computer-themed boardgame in which the winner gets to request Feiris-chan do anything for them. RNAB is considered to be an arranged version of german boardgame Geister!.
Term 7: G-BACKEdit
Okabe's strategy of winning his match Rai-net Access Battlers against Feyris. As their agreement was for Feyris to tell Okabe what she knew about the IBN-5100 if Okabe joined her in a match, G-Back, or 自爆 (pronounced jibaku, trans: suicide-bombing), ensures that their game ends quickly.
Episode 05: Starmine RendezvousEdit
Term 1: Your Chest is Getting Hot, Isn't It?Edit
Term 2: That's why we love him. Edit
An @channel meme taken from manga Jojo's Bizarre Adventures Vol.1. The full phrase is "That's just what you'd expect from Dio! He does something we never could! That's why we love him! That's why we adore him!!"
Term 3: FireworksEdit
Term 4: Lab CoatEdit
Token item of clothing for any scientist.
Term 5: Virus CardEdit
A card piece used in the imaginary board game Rai-net Access Battlers. Player loses when he/she mistakingly captures four enemy Virus cards,
Term 6: Dr. PepperEdit
The drink of scientists and high-minded people alike.
Term 7: Z-ProgramEdit
The series of experiments SERN is performing at the LHC, using the particle accelerator to transport hopeful people back through time.
Term 8: LifterEdit
A triangular flight device that achieves lift by ionizing air molecules, forcing them through its central electromagnetic axis. It functions as a part of the phone-microwave/time-machine in the form of a 42" cathode ray tube (CRT) television, coincidentally placed beneath the floor of the FGL directly under the microwave.
Term 9: Jellyman's ReportEdit
The anonymous writer of the SERN time-travel reports involving "mismatched" individuals.
Term 10: Laegjarn's ChestEdit
Also known as Pandora's Box.
Term 11: Singular PointEdit
A point in time and space selected for existing. Once you pass the point, the function of time and space are switched each other. In other words, your time is stretched eternally and you can't escape from the point.
Episode 06: Butterfly Effect's ConvergenceEdit
Term 1: Round-Table MeetingEdit
A term meaning that members of a group will equally discuss a subject as peers to solve a problem or examine as situation - their table is rectangle, so it's funny. A reference to Arthurian Legend.
Term 2: Nostalgia Drive (Nostalgic Journey that Crosses Over Time)Edit
NOSTALGIA DRIVU~ is a fancy term Okarin coined for the e-mails that they plan to send back in time. Because of his unusual naming sense, his suggestion was rejected by majority vote, and Kurisu's suggestion — D-Mail — ends up being chosen as the term to be used for subsequent experiments.
Term 3: The Mail that Leapt Through TimeEdit
This is Itaru Hashida's suggestion for a name that would describe the e-mails they send back in time. The phrase is in fact a reference to the movie "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time", a story of a girl who is able to travel back in time. It's sad.
Term 4: D-MailEdit
Kurisu's suggestion for the term to be used for the messages they send back in time. It is a shortcut of Mayuri's suggestion "DeLorean Mail" and it eventually becomes the "official" term the Future Gadget Lab would use to pertain to the messages. DeLorean is a reference to the Back to the Future movie series, wherein the car used by the main characters is a DeLorean DMC-12.
Term 5: Operation Urd (Norn of the Past)Edit
Operation Urd pertains to the experiment which attempts to revitalize the project that involves sending messages back in time. Urd comes from the Norse Goddess of the same name who governs the past; she also has two sisters named Verthandi and Skuld. Of course, Okabe was the one who created the name.
Term 6: Kerr Black HoleEdit
This is a black hole that spins; most black holes do not have an axis, as they 'suck in' all matter and space, practically folding in on themselves (not to be confused with collapsing). A Kerr Black Hole rotates on its axis as it pulls anything, but rather immediately into, can somewhat orbit matter around it infinitely. This is why it is associated with time travel, as supposedly the more you can approach the speed of light, the faster time becomes - if you were to somehow go faster than light, time could be transversed in either direction.
Term 7: Event HorizonEdit
Basically, the "point of no return" around a black hole - nothing can escape the gravitional pull, not even light. This is the location in which nothing can effect anything outside.
Term 8: My Favorite Right Arm (Dependence on One's Right Arm)Edit
In otherwords, something that cannot be replaced and is absolutely vital. A term to refer to an irreplaceable and useful ally.
Term 9: Super HackaEdit
Daru self proclaimed "Super Hacker" is called "Super Hacka" by Okarin.
Episode 07: Divergence SingularityEdit
Term 1: Phone Microwave Second Edition Version 1.03Edit
The latest version of Okabe and Itaru's Phone Microwave (temporary name), with name invented by the latter. Unlike in the previous version, it can now send messages from any phone using the cellphone that comes with the Phone Microwave. However, it can no longer cook anything, even jelly bananas.
Term 2: Celebrity SeventeenEdit
Kurisu is given yet another nickname by Okabe in this episode: Celeb 17 (or Celebrity 17). It pertains to Kurisu's well-to-do lifestyle (living in a hotel using her parents' money) that is unusual for someone of her age. Kurisu points out that she is eighteen, not seventeen, however.
Term 3: Sweets (lol)Edit
Term 4: Oopa CushionEdit
One of the many items that can be found inside the Future Gadget Lab, the Oopa Cushion is recommended by Mayuri for people who feel down or is stressed. According to her, a quick squeeze of the soft plush doll from the Rai-Net Kakeru merchandise is enough to soothe one's mind.
Term 5: TsundereEdit
Roughly translates to "hot and cold". It is a term used to describe people (especially women) who act hostile or cold (tsun) and often later show their warm and loving side (dere) towards people of the opposite sex. Example: "It's not like I wanted to see you or anything."
Episode 08: Chaos Theory HomeostasisEdit
Term 1: Reading SteinerEdit
The ability of Okabe to retain all of his previous memories after a change in World Line. Activates after sending a D-mail, but only if the D-mail affects the past.
Term 2: Kirari-chanEdit
She is the girlfriend of Kakeru, the protagonist of a fictional anime series called Rai-Net Dash (Rai-Net Kakeru).Edit
Term 3: Cute is JusticeEdit
Term 4: Low-anglerEdit
Term 5: Venomous RadiowaveEdit
Term 6: Pocket PagerEdit
Urushibara Ruka (The guy, more feminine than any woman) wants to send a D-Mail to his mother, in order to change his gender, but at the time of his mother, mobile phones didn't exist yet, but there were pagers. Itaru converted the message to numbers and sent it to Ruka's mother using the "Phone Microwave (Name Subject to Change". The message was: "Eat vegetables for a healthy child" because Ruka believed that if a pregnant woman eats a lot of vegetables, she would have a girl, and if meat - a boy.
Term 7: EatVegitablesForAHealthyChildEdit
Possibly a typograpical error for "Eat vegetables for a healthy child". This was the mail sent by Ruka Urushibara to her mother using Okarin's D-mail invention to change her gender (from being male to a female). However, due to it's limitations, as tested by Makise Kurisu, spaces between words have been omited to send the full message to Ruka's mother's pager (cellphones weren't so popular in the time of Ruka's mother's pregnancy).
Episode 09: Chaos Theory HomeostasisEdit
Term 1: CosplayEdit
Cosplay is a type of performance art where participants wear costumes to represent a specific character.
Term 2: Physical Time TravelEdit
Refers to the hypothetical theory of traveling time and space with the traveller's physical body. For example, Okarin, when he uses the Time Leap, he travels with his mind and send the informations in the Okarin on the other world line altering the later's memories. But when he uses the Physical Time travel (which is proven impossible in any terms) the Okarin from the original world line will vanished because his body, or to be exact, his very existence had already left that world line.
Term 3: Gel-OkarinEdit
Term 4: Neler (@channeler)Edit
Term 5: Butterfly EffectEdit
It means that one little thing can have huge consequences, using the butterfly as a example, it's said that the flap of a butterfly's wing can make a hurricane later.
Term 6: The people are like garbageEdit
Term 7: Rumiho AkihaEdit
Rumiho Akiha (秋葉 留美穂) is Faris Nyannyan's real name.
Term 8: NakanoEdit
Episode 10: Chaos Theory HomeostatisEdit
Term 1: Bla-Chu (Blood Tunes the Animation)Edit
Term 2: Mongolian blue spot (Mole)Edit
Term 3: Actually a GuyEdit
Term 4: Operation EldhrimnirEdit
Term 5: Offline MeetingEdit
Term 6: Apple PieEdit
Term 7: Moad SnakeEdit
Future Gadget #4. Kurisu recognizes the shape as a Claymore mine, but it is actually a "super-instant humidifier". Ruka accidentally sets it off, which covers the entire Future Gadget lab in a heavy fog.
Term 8: Once Again I've Connected Somthing Useless, by GoemonEdit
Future Gadget #5, a powerful vacuum cleaner that acts as a dryer. Using this triggers the circuit breaker if any other appliances are also in use.
Term 9: Barrel TitorEdit
John Titor's (Suzuha's) father , which is Daru. "Barrel" is literary translated as "TARU" in Japanese which was first noticed by Mayuri saying that "taru" sounds like "Daru" also describing his figure.
Episode 11: Dogma in Event HorizonEdit
Term 1: 42" CRTEdit
Term 2: The Analysis of Nerve Pulse Signals Stored in Memory Within the Temporal LobeEdit
Term 3: Pulse SignalEdit
Term 4: Time LeapEdit
A modification made to the "Phone Microwave (name subject to change)", allows Okarin to send his current memories to himself in the past, without changing world lines. This is highly used and specified in the series of deaths of Mayuri, where Okarin tries to prevent it by using the "time leap". He goes back, at least, three hours before the assigned time of Mayuri's death but his efforts always turned out to be futile.
Term 5: Operation Verthandi("Norn of the Present")Edit
Term 6: Layer (Cosplayer)Edit
Term 7: ComimaEdit
Short for comic market. A manga convention held twice a year at the tokyo big site building.
as the name suggest its a huge place with lots of manga booths. especialy doujinshis (fan made manga). A play on words with real-life equivalent Comiket.
Term 8: "Nullpo" > "Ga!"Edit
Term 9: "Anchor at VIP"Edit
Term 10: You know too much.Edit
A message by an unknown member of SERN which was sent to Okabe for developing the time leap machine.
Episode 12: Dogma in ErgosphereEdit
Term 1: Time Leap MachineEdit
A modification made to the "Phone Microwave (name subject to change)", allowing the user to send his current memories to himself in the past, it's not the same as the d-mail because Okabe stays in the same world line when he uses this.
Term 2: HeideggerEdit
"Time is not a thing, thus nothing which is, and yet it remains constant in its passing away without being something temporal like the beings in time"
Term 3: Cyalume SaberEdit
Term 4: Bomb ThreatsEdit
Term 5: "Kaichuu" Pecket WatchEdit
Episode 13: Metaphysics NecrosisEdit
Term 1: GrandmotherEdit
Term 2: Rembrandt RayEdit
Term 3: Mad ScientistEdit
Term 4: Development ConferenceEdit
Episode 14: Physically NecrosisEdit
Term 1: Ark RewriteEdit
Term 2: My ForkEdit
Term 3: RounderEdit
Term 4: DivergenceEdit
Term 5: Nixie TubeEdit
Term 6: Alpha Worldline, Beta WorldlineEdit
By using the first D-mail to undo the death of Makise Kurisu after she was seen stabbed and bathing in a pool of blood by Okarin, he created another world line different from his original world known as the Alpha world line. The Beta world line is Okarin's "original" world line and crossing the 1% divergence is the only way to get back there.
Episode 15: Missing Link NecrosisEdit
Term 1: ResistanceEdit
Refers to the anti-dystopia opposition group founded by Daru-kun and Okarin in 2036 in the Alpha world- line after escaping from SERN.
Term 2: KuriGohan and KamehamehaEdit
The online alias of Makise Kurisu used on @Channel. Probably a reference to Dragon Ball's character Gohan and the famous attack Kamehameha.
Term 3: Lightning StormEdit
Term 4: Pin BadgeEdit
Rintarou goes to give the pin badges with the initials of all the members of their group, he also keeps one for Suzuha Amane in the future.
Term 5: Bamboo-Copter CameraEdit
It is Future Gadget #2,Alt. Edition Version 2.67 invented by Okabe and Daru. Unfortunately this gadget has a problem with spinning CCD camera.
Episode 16: Sacrificial NecrosisEdit
Term 1: Suzu's FatherEdit
He is Barrel Titor, more commonly known as Itaru Hashida.
Term 2: FG204Edit
Future Gadget No. 204
Term 3: OSHM***A 2010Edit
- (Faris Nyan-Nyan)
Term 4: Hashida SuzuEdit
Term 5: Yamanote LineEdit
One of Tokyo's most important rapid transit circuits. The circuit consists of 29 stations around the city, among them the Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro stations.
Episode 17: Made in ComplexEdit
Term 1: Attractor FieldEdit
The limiter between di 0% to >1% world. Okabe needs to pass through the barrier to the Beta world line (>1%) to prevents Mayuri's death. But in return Kurisu will dead in Beta world line.
Term 2: Rai-Net ABGCEdit
Term 3: Viral AttackersEdit
Term 4: SidEdit
Term 5: Akiba YukitakaEdit
He is Faris Nyannyan's father.
Episode 18: Fractal AndrogynousEdit
Term 1: FlagEdit
Term 2: Operation ValkyriaEdit
Term 3: Date ManualEdit
Term 4: 2929831831...Edit
Episode 19: Endless ApoptosisEdit
Term 1: Dead LineEdit
Term 2: SuicideEdit
This refers to the suicide of Kiryuu Moeka. She hangs herself in her apartment after not receiving any messages from FB despite her attempts to contact him for four days. Since Okabe needed her cell phone, he time leaps back a few days before her death in order to obtain it.
Term 3: New Cell-PhoneEdit
This is related to the D-mail that Kiryuu Moeka sent to her past self that tells her to get a new cellphone. She also sent another mail in quick succession to this one that said " The IBN5100 is in Yanabayashi Shrine. Recover it immediately." This message was the one that he need to undo to get closer to the beta world line. Okabe only succeeds in undoing this in the next episode when he sends the D-mail from FB's phone since he is the only person Moeka would have trusted.
Term 4: Dai BuildingEdit
Episode 20: Finalize ApoptosisEdit
Term 1: M4Edit
The codename that FB gave to Kiryuu Moeka. Only FB knows of this codename.
Term 2: FBEdit
Codename for the leader of the Akihabara Rounders. It stands for Ferdinand Braun and he is the owner of the apartment Okabe lives in.
Term 3: First D-mailEdit
It was sent in the first episode by Okabe to Daru while his phone was connected to the phone microwave. The message was "Someone stabbed Makise Kurisu..." and thus parted from the beta world line into the alpha world line.
Term 4: Beta WorldlineEdit
The first worldine that Okabe was in when Steins;Gate first started. It is one where Makise Kurisu dies and WWIII will eventually start. The only way to prevent WWIII is to prevent her death.
The Divergence value is 1.130205.
Term 5: DatabaseEdit
Episode 21: Paradox MeltdownEdit
Term 1: CrackingEdit
Term 2: Dr. Nakabachi ConferenceEdit
Term 3: Genbu, Suzaku, Seiryu, ByakkoEdit
Term 4: Mayuri's DreamEdit
Mayuri has those dreams, in which she always dies in all sorts of horrible ways, she remembers every time she died when Okarin was trying to save her from the inevitable death that awaited her in the alpha world line. Okabe attempted to rescue her through time leaping a few hours before her death although to no avail.
Episode 22: Being MeltdownEdit
Term 1: Sewing KitEdit
A small set of tools that can be used for sewing. Kurisu's consists of black, red, & pink string, a needle (perhaps several), and possibly other items that are currently unknown. Kurisu uses this kit to stitch together a small rip in Okabe's White Lab Coat.
Term 2: 1% BarrierEdit
Okabe needed the divergence meter to read a value greater than 1% because it would mean that he is back in the beta world line. In the alpha world line, it is <1% and Mayuri keeps on dying in those worlds no matter how hard Okabe tries to change them.
Term 3: Relativity TheoryEdit
Term 4: Operation Verthandi ("Norn of the Present")Edit
The Future lab's mission that will move from the Alpha attractor to the Beta attractor field by erasing all the previously sent D-mails
Episode 23: Open the Steins GateEdit
Term 1: The Third World WarEdit
Term 2: Steins GateEdit
The worldline that resides between the Alpha and Beta attractor fields. Because of this, it is exempt from events that occur in either field. It's Divergence value is 1.048596%. Since it is not affected by either attractor fields, Mayuri and Kurisu do not die.
Term 3: Serious ParadoxEdit
Term 4: Doctor NakabachiEdit
He is Makise Kurisu's father and is possibly the one who stabbed her in the first episode. In previous episodes, it has been revealed by Kurisu that they have a horrible relationship due to her superior intelligence and his jealousy for her. He also stole the time machine paper that Kurisu wrote in the beginning, published it under his name only, and brought it to Russia where a race to create it began.
Term 5: Movie MailEdit
In the first episode, right after hiding from Kurisu, Okarin recieves a strange video message, which he can't view. In episode 23 he finds out that he can view the message after failing to rescue Makise Kurisu once. It turns out that the message was created by Okarin himself 15 years in the future.
Term 6: C204Edit
In the Beta world line, Okabe creates this time machine in 2025. It has the ability to travel both forward and backward through time. Amane Suzuha arrives in Akihabara in 2010 in this time machine, with the goal of stopping World War III. Okabe names this machine after Kurisu (Christina); her death in the Beta world line and his desire to save her is the driving force behind his creation of the time machine.
This is also a reference to the "real world" John Titor, who claims that his time machine is called the C204.
Term 7: Operation Skuld ("The Goddess that Governs the Future" Operation)Edit
The operation involves Okarin seeing Makise Kurisu lying in a pool of blood, to destroy the document about time machines, which Kurisu wrote and prevent the dystopia, Okarin has to trick himself in thinking that Kurisu is actually dead, he has to trick the World itself in order to save her.
Episode 24: Achievement PointEdit
Term 1: Cyalume SaberEdit
It contains sticky red liquid that Okabe will use to fool his past self into thinking it is the blood of Makise Kurisu.
Term 2: OopaEdit
Term 3: Uncle's TheoryEdit
Term 4: Lab Member No.008Edit
Refers to Suzuha Amane who is going to be born 7 years after the story time line in 2017.