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Difficulty Change Log[]

Version Easy/Combo Hard/Combo
1.0(Old Chart) 3[192] 7[340]
4.5 3 5
7.0(New Chart) 4 7

Note Statistics[]

  • Click notes
    235 on Easy (72.53%), 384 on Hard (64.86%)
  • Hold notes
    36 on Easy (11.11%), 28 on Hard (4.73%)
  • Drag notes
    53 on Easy (16.36%), 180 on Hard (30.41%)

Notes & Trivia[]

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D R G in Deemo

  • This song, along with Light up my LOVE, are the longest ani songs.
  • Just like Ververg, the title of the song has no actual meaning. However, there is a theory suggests that D R G stands for "Death Rose Garden".
  • As a parody, some people nickname D R G "Delete Rayark Games".
  • This is one of the 36 songs that made it into another one of Rayark Inc.'s games, Deemo.
  • This is one of the 2 songs made by ani in Cytus without vocals. The other is Biotonic.
  • This is one of six songs brought over to Cytus II.
    • Incidentally, Biotonic was also brought over.
    • These two songs were also remixed in CHAOS.

The Wikians Say...[]

FGO's QuickRun:

  • LUML drags. Normal click notes. 8-note groups. Dual notes that vary. This song tests everything you know. But the ultimate part of this song is the 8-note group. Your first one if you started this journey with the first chapter. Don't panic. It goes with the beat, so just follow the beat.

Main reason I haven't mastered this yet: short drags.


My keen cylien sense that short drag notes are why this is a lv7. There are too many 1 2 3 4 group notes. Simple.

Aviel S.XY

Truffly Tips:

  • Study the beginning click note pattern. It may seem daunting at first, but it's really nothing more than double to single note patterns, along with three-note-groups whenever the scan line hits the top or the bottom of the screen. Don't panic.
  • Don't go wild on the drags, both in the beginning and the middle, as you'll likely trigger overlaps, thus decreasing your TP. Also, specifically for the beginning, learning to hit drags from click notes without raising your finger will help a ton.
  • The ending holds some really tricky combinations featuring all three note types. Again, don't panic. Just make sure you keep those hold notes down, and work on the proceeding patterns from there.