283 Fan Festival ~Thanks Flapping Day~
283 Production Fan Festival ~Thanks Flapping Day!!~ (283プロダクション ファン感謝祭 ~Thanks Flapping Day!!~), also simply shorten as "TFD", is a produce scenario added on April 1, 2019. While certain elements of TFD are similar to W.I.N.G. there are certain key differences which will be discussed below. The goal of TFD is to complete idea notes by collecting ideas. Completing these idea notes can give bonus stats and affection to your idol and can help make your idol even stronger.
TFD is unlocked after finishing W.I.N.G. up to at least season 2 once. As of November 10, 2020, every unit has a TFD scenario.
Production Timeline[edit | edit source]
Much like in W.I.N.G. TFD has 4 seasons, each with 8 weeks. Unlike wing however, there is no minimum fan count needed to advance from one season to the next. There are also two auditions, one in between seasons 2 and 3 which is the TFD rehearsal, and one after season 4, which is the TFD finals itself.
Compared to W.I.N.G.[edit | edit source]
TFD has similarities with W.I.N.G., such as the general interface, the available lessons and work, and even the skill trees are unchanged. Support commus and unique idol events can also proc during the course of TFD. However, TFD has some notable differences in terms of both the gameplay and the interface.
The trend indicator is replaced by the idea note holder, which allows you to access the idea note screen, which will be explained in the next section. The portion where the require fan count used to be is now replaced with an indicator of what ideas you need for the current part of the idea note you are trying to fill. It also shows how many weeks you have left to complete the note. Also, beside the current week indicator is a countdown timer indicating how many weeks until you can call a support idol.
Another notable difference is that there are no actual auditions in TFD, with the exception of TFD Rehearsal and TFD finals.
Another notable difference is that TFD has a different set of guaranteed produce commus compared to W.I.N.G. Unlike the produce commus in W.I.N.G., these commus explore more the relationship between the members of the units and the producer. There is one guaranteed produce commu at the end of each season, each giving a specific stat bonus, some mental and SP, although in one of those commus, you can choose which stat you can take.
Finally, there are no true ends in TFD. True ends are exclusive to W.I.N.G.
Ideas and Idea Notes[edit | edit source]
- See Also: List of Idea Notes.
While TFD does not have fan quotas, the stats you gain from rooms are lower compared to W.I.N.G., to compensate for this, TFD uses a system of ideas and idea notes. Idea notes are notebooks that can be filled from ideas, which in turn are obtained by training in a room with support idols. Each support idol card is assigned its own idea icon. There are five ideas available, one for each primary stat (vocal, dance, visual), one for mental, and one for SP. When making your produce unit in TFD, you can see in the support selection screen the kind of idea the support idol has below her card icon. The idea icon is also shown on the produce unit page as well.
When you start a tfd run, or after completing an idea, or if you start a week without an active idea note, you will be sent to the idea note screen (note: for the latter two, there will be a prompt that will remind you to set an idea note, press the pink button to continue to the idol note screen):
On the right side of the screen is the list of notes which you can choose. When you choose a note, the requirements to clear the note as well as the base rewards can be seen on the wide space on the left. Below that is an indicator which lists down which supports are on what room. Once you have chosen the idea note, press the pink button on the bottom right. Note that you cannot change idea notes unless either you complete the note, or you run out of time.
Each idea note has 3 rows, or "pages", of idea notes to complete. The first page of ideas need to be filled before starting the second, and the second page neds to be filled before the last. Completing idea notes and their requirements not only gives bonus stats and special buffs for your produce run, they can also increase your affection gauge, and potentially level up your memory appeal. There are three levels of idea notes: 1*, 2* and 3*. 2* and 3* notes require more ideas to complete and has shorter completion periods. The table below shows the idea note levels, the amount of weeks you are given to complete the note, and how much affection you can gain from clearing the note:
You can fill up idea notes by going into lessons or work that has supports with one or more of the needed ideas. If the idea of a given idol satisfies one of the requirements of the current page then it will take up a slot. Completing pages will earn you bonus stats. Note that one idea can take up one slot per lesson/work. For example, if a page requires two vocal ideas and the room only has one idol with a vocal idea, the idea will only take the first vocal idea slot. But if there are two vocal ideas in a room, then both ideas will fill up both slots.
Each idea also has their own levels, depending on that support idol's bond. This is indicated by the number of arrows the idea note has. This determines how much bonus stats the ideas can give once a page is completed. The table below shows the idea level, the bond required and the bonus stats per level:
|1||0||0 - 50||2|
|2||1||51 - 75||5|
|3||2||76 - 100||10|
For more information re: TFD stat gain, please refer to Pluie's guide at the right side.
You can obtain Idea Notes from support idol commus. Each support idol commu can give 1 idea note, though the specific note is random. You can also get 3 idea notes at the end of seasons 1, 2 and 3, as well as by winning the TFD Rehearsal in between season 2 and season 3.
Supports in TFD[edit | edit source]
Supports in Produce units used in TFD work similarly to W.I.N.G., and their skill trees and masteries are left intact. But supports not in the unit can also do something during TFD. Aside from each support card having their own idea icon, supports can be called upon to lend their idea to the produce idol! After a set number of weeks, a call can be made to any one of five supports chosen at random. Each of the five supports represent each of the idea types, but you can only choose one. Do note that this support idol starts with their base idol bond as determined by their current idol bond level. Furthermore, called supports will have the rest of their masteries and skill trees disabled. Also, once you've chosen a support card of an idol for the call, or if one of that idol's support cards is in the actual produce unit, the rest of that idol's support cards cannot be used for support calls. Finally, you can no longer do support calls during season 4 of TFD.
Rehearsal and Finals[edit | edit source]
As noted in one of the previous sections, there are no auditions in TFD apart from the TFD rehearsal and finals. Both work similar to auditions and fes, but one notable difference is that unlike in auditions and fes, trends in TFD are not shown unless you are able to complete a note that allows you to see the trend. This effectively forces you to go in the audition without any idea of what to hit. The best recourse is to focus fire on the judge whose stat you are building, and at least get a last and top appeal on that judge, then try to last hit the rest of the judges.
At the end of TFD prelims and finals, you are then judged based on how well you did during the course of the audition. One or more messages can appear, which can correspond to bonus stats, more idea notes in the case of rehearsal, or tfd exclusive skills in the case of finals.
For TFD Rehearsal:
|Good Vocal||グッドボーカル||Get Top
|Good Dance||グッドダンス||Get Top
|Good Visual||グッドビシュアル||Get Top
|Good Mental||グッドメンタル||Maintain at
least 80% mental
|Good Skill||グッドスキル||Hit a
or Visual Judge
|Good Performance||グッドパフォーマンス||Get the
|2 2*++ |
For TFD Finals:
|Best Vocalist||ベストボーカリスト||Get Top
|Best Dancer||ベストダンサー||Get Top
|Best Model||ベストモデル||Get Top
|Best MC||ベストMC||Maintain at
least 80% mental
|Best Technique||ベストテクニック||Hit a
or Visual Judge
|5 TFD Exclusive Skills|
Post Run[edit | edit source]
- See Also: List of TFD Exclusive Skills.
After the TFD finals and the post produce run commus, the post run screen appears. This is similar to the post-run screen in W.I.N.G. and much like in W.I.N.G. you can spend your remaining SP on passives and skills. If you managed to get MVP during TFD Finals, on the lower left part of the screen, you can see a set of 5 appeal/buff skills or passives which are exclusive to TFD. Some of these skills and passives can have powerful effects, but some passives do require unique conditions for it to even have a chance to proc.
The rest of the post-run screens are similar to those of W.I.N.G. Do note that there are no true ends in TFD.