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The existence of Parallel Worlds (並行世界 Heikō Sekai?), alternate universes or multiverse is a recurring concept in Senki Zesshō Symphogear XD Unlimited.
The existence of parallel worlds is first mentioned when the Gjallarhorn relic suddenly became active after the events of the Magical Girl Incident. With the relic now being active, the Symphogear users are able to travel through parallel worlds through the relic.
Multiversal Travel Methods
There are currently two ways to travel to the multiverse.
- Main article: Gjallarhorn
The first and common way for the Symphogear users to travel to parallel worlds is the usage of the Gjallarhorn relic.
- Main article: Elekleid
Blitzers are able to travel to parallel worlds through portals opened with the Elekleid.
The Duplicator (デュプリケイター Dupurikeitā?) is currently owned by an organization that aims to overthrow the world snake known as Skuld (スクルド Sukurudo?). This magic key is extracted from the Chaos Beast. In Chapter 3 of LOST SONG, one of the member, Julius lend the duplicator to Hibiki Tachibana so that she can cross to Hibiki Tachibana (Another)'s world to fight Tesla side by side with her.
Known Parallel Worlds
|World of Kanade||In this world, Tsubasa was the one who sacrificed herself by singing her Superb Song instead of Kanade during Zwei Wing's concert.|
|World of Hibiki (Another)||TBA|
|Kimono World||In this world, the Symphogears and Section Two does not exist. A new type of Noise, called "Musha Noise" appears in this world.|
|Original Counterpart||Parallel Counterpart||Differences|
|Although her parallel counterpart is identical to her original counterpart, she wears different hairpins in LOST SONG.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart has shorter hair than her original counterpart. The parallel counterpart seems to be much more cheerful and tomboyish.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart has her hair untied unlike her original counterpart. The parallel counterpart is much more mild-mannered and soft-spoken, and speaks in more polite and formal language.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart has a child's body.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart has glasses and much shorter hair than her original counterpart.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart much longer hair than her original counterpart.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart is an android and does not make use of Igalima.|
|The most notable difference is that her parallel counterpart appears more adult than her original counterpart.|