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When selecting an avatar, a small descriptive blurb scrolls across the bottom of the screen. At the end of each blurb, three attributes seem to be displayed: G (integer), L (integer) and E (percentage). As far as I can tell, these aren't explained anywhere in-game.

What does each letter stand for, and what effects do these attributes have?

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Gold, Life, Energy? Looking over the publisher's page, it's in Japanese and google translate isn't helping much. – OghmaOsiris Sep 27 '11 at 6:10
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I discovered the answer to this on the Groove Coaster Facebook page.

When selecting an Avatar, a description of that Avatar is displayed at the bottom of the screen, followed by the letters G, L, and E and some numbers. These letters and the values associated with them signify the special attributes for that Avatar as follows: G (GROOVE): This is the initial amount of GROOVE you begin a stage with. L (LENGTH): This refers to the length of the Groove Gauge. E (EXP): This amount modifies the amount of experience points earned when playing stages.

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