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The «Dicey Cafe» (ダイシー・カフェ, Daishī Kafe?) is a cafe and bar owned and run by Andrew Gilbert Mills in the real world.

DescriptionEdit

The Dicey Cafe has a compact layout with only four tables and a counter with several stools next to it.[1] Several shelves filled with glass bottles can be seen behind the counter.[2] The cafe also has a poster for 9up, a parody of 7up, as well as a map of the United States that contains the name of each state except Illinois.[3] A jukebox is placed against one wall, near an Uncle Sam poster.[2] The cafe is a bright and colourful place that is both attractive and relaxing.[1]

BackgroundEdit

As his parents took a liking to Japan, Andrew decided to open this cafe Okachimachi at the age of twenty-five. At some point, among his customers, Andrew found a beautiful and virtuous wife. While Andrew was trapped in Aincrad during the Sword Art Online (SAO) Incident, his wife sustained the cafe until he returned to the real world two years after the start of the incident. After most of the players returned, the Dicey Cafe became the meeting place of many events, as well as FullDives.

Although the cafe looks deserted during the day, Andrew claims that the cafe becomes busy during the night.[1]

EventsEdit

  • Clearing of Sword Art Online party
    • Kirigaya Kazuto was congratulated. In this event Andrew played a background music piece from SAO, the Algade theme.
  • Excalibur retrieval party

ChronologyEdit

Fairy Dance ArcEdit

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On the morning of January 20, 2025, Kazuto visited the Dicey Cafe to learn more details regarding an image of a caged girl resembling Asuna, whose consciousness was still trapped in the Sword Art Online server. After the man explained how the screenshot of Asuna had come from inside a game called ALfheim Online (ALO), Kazuto was given a copy of the game and took his leave, thanking Andrew for his assistance.

Phantom Bullet ArcEdit

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