Sichte-The Planned Future

Sichte using Die geplante Zukunft against Spiritia.


Spiritia using Die geplante Zukunft.

Die geplante Zukunft (ゲプランテツークンフト, Gepurantetsuukunfuto, lit. The Planned Future), also known as the Projected Future (予定された未来), is Sichte Meister's main weapon and the weapon Spiritia Rosenberg attains from her. Sichte can freeze everything in time excluding herself. While time is frozen, Sichte can manifest knives out of nowhere that will home in on her foes before they can realize they were even there. For Spiritia, she can stop time and fire emerald shards at enemies, which is useful against strong enemies. However, when using it, Spiritia can't switch weapons (or enter the Sub-screen) until its energy is depleted, causing time to resume. Also,this ability does not work against most bosses.

In Rosenkreuzstilette, it is the weakness of Freudia Neuwahl and an alternate weakness to the Demon's Wall.

In Rosenkreuzstilette ~Freudenstachel~, Sichte's new move in the C76 Trial versions using Die geplante Zukunft has her jumping into the air, lighting up the Roman numeral on the clock tower's face, either slowing down or speeding up time and causing several knives to fall down on the player's head, with the number of knives falling being based on the Roman numeral that was lit up. In the full game, she gains a new move where she stops time and lights up all of the roman numerals, leaps into the air, and upon resuming time, comes back down with a giant block to smash the player with.



  • Die geplante Zukunft is two separate references to Jojo's Bizarre Adventure rolled into one. The primary mode of the attack (stopping time) is a reference to Dio Brando, whose stand, The World, stops time. The emerald shots fired by Spiritia are a reference to Noriaki Kakyoin, whose stand, Hierophant Green, uses an attack called Emerald Splash that looks just like it. Amusingly, Kakyoin is killed by Brando in Jojo's Bizarre Adventure.
  • For Spiritia, Die geplante Zukunft is similar to both Flash Man's Time Stopper in Mega Man 2 and Bright Man's Flash Stopper in Mega Man 4.
    • However, for Sichte, Die geplante Zukunft acts more like Dark Necrobat's Dark Hold in Mega Man X5.
  • Die geplante Zukunft can also be used to skip big enemies and mini-bosses, such as the Skull Tower in Grolla's stage, by activating it before they finish teleporting in.