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  • Private School (MNT Gaiden)
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  • The school's overall look and feel does not resemble that of common American public schools—the most immediately recognizable difference is that all the students wear school uniforms. But these uniforms also do not immediately resemble the uniforms of Catholic schools which are also common in New York. Rather, the school's look and feel is far more similar to the kinds of Japanese high schools commonly portrayed in anime and manga—MNT Gaiden having adapted far more anime and manga tropes than Mirage ever did. As with Japanese schools, this private school's hallways are not lined with lockers—students store things in their desk in homeroom.
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  • The school's overall look and feel does not resemble that of common American public schools—the most immediately recognizable difference is that all the students wear school uniforms. But these uniforms also do not immediately resemble the uniforms of Catholic schools which are also common in New York. Rather, the school's look and feel is far more similar to the kinds of Japanese high schools commonly portrayed in anime and manga—MNT Gaiden having adapted far more anime and manga tropes than Mirage ever did. As with Japanese schools, this private school's hallways are not lined with lockers—students store things in their desk in homeroom. The school has a sports program, including a girl's soccer team that includes Cynthia, Davianna and Marion as team members. Shadow once had a sports membership, but it has already been revoked, considering Shadow has repeatedly demonstrated that she has been trained to use sports equipment as weapons. Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow.