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Eine Haube ~seichi no hate ni arumono~ needs its music comment, song production information, and/or staff comments translated.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

Vellum comes from the Latin word vitulinum, meaning "made of calf". It is used to describe parchment made from calf skin, as opposed to other animals' skins.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Eine Haube ~聖地の果てにあるもの~ is one of the unlockable songs of Phase MAX I of pop'n music 20 fantasia's Soreyuke! pop'n quest (それゆけ!ポップンクエスト) event. It could be unlocked from June 6th, 2012.
    • As of October 1st, 2012, it is available by default.
  • Eine Haube ~聖地の果てにあるもの~ marks the debut of Aiko Oi, Atsushi Sato and Satoshi Kuno in pop'n music.

Difficulty & Notecounts[1][edit | edit source]

pop'n music difficulty rated from 1 to 43 through pop'n music 20 fantasia, and 1 to 50 from Sunny Park onwards.

Game Standard Battle
5 N H EX N H
Notecounts 387 521 875 1328 382 872
pop'n music 20 fantasia 20 23 36 42 25 34
pop'n music Sunny Park→Present - 29 42 ↑49 25 34

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VELLUM 「Eine Haube ~聖地の果てにあるもの~」

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