|Events|| FACE event|
|Chipset / Panorama||
The Number World is one of the 12 original locations accessible directly from the Nexus.
It is an enclosed world characterised by confusing hallways and long numbers that range from 0 to 236,800,954,213,315,784 stretching across the floor. It is one of the more unsettling original locations, also because of some of the areas that are accessed from here, and for its different, more imposing sounding music that plays in the background.
The parallax background appears to be a picture of the Number World map itself, making the hallways even more confusing to navigate. The walls are repeating pictures of faces that look like zippers with legs and arms. They seem to be biological, as they can be seen bleeding in a couple of places and have expressions that change from time to time.
There are no effects in the main part of the Number World, but there are effects in some of the deeper locations accessible from here.
Points of InterestEdit
- Steve 'Leif' Kareha can be seen here, slowly moving across the canal at the bottom. He can be drawn faster by the Cat effect. There's also three other NPCs that change appearance under the stoplight and cat.
- The Toriningen in the Bed Room may teleport Madotsuki into the enclosed room in the north-west of the Number World, with the Japanese Hiragana letter 'あ' (A) on the floor. Walking over it causes the whole floor of the Number World to be flooded with あs.
This is sometimes interpreted as a literation of the sound Uboa makes, or Madotsuki herself screaming, evidence of possible claustrophobia. The same Toriningen may also transport her to a similar room in the Lamp World where the same thing happens with a patterned floor tile.
The Bed RoomEdit
- Most of the beds are occupied, but one bed (the centre bed on the 5th row) can be used. It is one of the beds that may teleport Madotsuki to The Staircase of Hands.
- By stabbing the Toriningen and opening the third closet from the left, Madotsuki is transported to Mini Hell.
- The Guillotine World can be reached by entering the bleeding section of the wall, where the Severed head effect is received.
- It is not possible to tell who or what is actually sleeping in the occupied beds, but it would be reasonable to assume they are Toriningen, as evidenced by their presence in the vicinity - as well as in the adjacent Guillotine World and Hell.
The Stabbing RoomEdit
- The Stabbing Room is found behind the door somewhere at the top of the Number World that is blocked by an NPC. Stabbing the NPC with the Knife effect, or moving it with the Cat effect allows Madotsuki to enter the room.
- The room itself is packed with a different kind of identical NPCs, so to move around the room, Madotsuki has to clear a path by killing them.
- Like most other NPCs, they do not retaliate. Nothing happens if you stab them all, but it is an efficient way of collecting coins.
- It is apparent that they also move quicker when the knife is equipped.
- There is a blue landscape model in the lower part of the room.
- The entrance to the Stairway (in the furthest right part of the Number World) is not always available. There is a random chance determined when Madotsuki falls asleep that the Zippertile will change to allow her through. When the face has an open mouth, it can be stabbed with the Knife effect to allow entry.
- KyuuKyuu-kun is found here aside the stairway, rubbing the banister.
- The door at the top of the stairway is the same as Madotsuki's bedroom door. When she walks through it, the FACE event occurs, which leads to Madotsuki being forced to awaken. The significance of this event is subject to much speculation.
- The Nexus - 1st Door
- The Number World
- The Stabbing Room - Enter the door near the top of the world blocked by the NPC
- The Stairway - Stab frowning Zippertile near the south-east of the map
- The Lamp World - Enter the door near the binary 1's and 0's on the floor
- The Number World
- The Checkered Tile Path 1 (Secluded) - Interact with the short lamp in the north-east
- The Bed Room - Enter the door on the left side of the world
- The Number World