Vert (ベール, Bēru), also known as Green Heart (グリーンハート, Gurīn Hāto), is the Console Patron Unit (CPU) of Leanbox. She represents Microsoft Xbox home consoles, referenced through her appearance in both forms, her processor units, and some of her dialogue.
Due to the Neptunia series being a game that revolves around different universes and dimensions, there are multiple Vert's throughout the series though all of them retain more or less the same personalities and core aspects regardless of the setting.
Main Article: Vert/Producing Perfection
When the idol group known as MOB48 appears, Vert and the other CPUs take on the role of idols to reclaim their lost shares.
Main Article: Vert/Hyperdevotion Noire
Main Article: Vert/U: Action Unleashed
Main Article: Vert/MegaTagmension Blanc
Main Article: Vert/4 Goddesses Online
Main Article: Green Heart/4 Goddesses Online
An NPC based off of Vert's Goddess Form.
On the Moshi Megami Ga Yome Dattara LoveLove Shichau Kamo Shirenai. drama CD, Vert has been neglecting her husband in favor of playing Four Goddesses online. After having achieved what she had been trying to do, she notices that her husband looks displeased and tries to think of a way to cheer him up.
Vert decides to allow her husband to take a bath with her and promises to wash his back. He is of course surprised by this, but Vert tells him not to be because married couples taking a bath together is a normal thing. This makes him happy and Vert is pleased at seeing how his mood has improved.
When in the bathroom, Vert begins to wash his back and can't help but notice how wide and masculine his back is, and how whenever she touches it her chest begins to beat faster and faster. She then scolds herself for having such inappropriate thoughts and blames his back for seducing her.
After washing his back, Vert decides to get in the bath while still wearing her towel due to being too embarrassed to take it off in front of him. Though after realizing that not taking it off is a breach of etiquette she decides to blindfold her husband with a towel. However, she then realizes he won't be able to see his way to the tub and guides him in. Vert then takes off her towel to get in but ends up falling into the tub which causes the blindfold to come off and thus allowing him to see her naked body. She then freaks out and tells him to pretend like he never saw anything. However, she sees a weak look on him. She then realizes he has a big nosebleed and is knocked out. Shocked by this, she tries to wake up her husband many times but is still knocked out.
On the Megami-Tachi Ga Soine Shite Kurechau CD Situation CD, Vert promises to sleep with 'him', after losing a video game to him. She goes to his closet after she strips and tries to find clothes. She sneezes, noticing how cold the room is.
Anime & Books
Main Article: Vert/The Animation
Touch Shot! Love Application
Mugen Souls & Mugen Souls Z
In Mugen Soul Z as part of the Vert's Delusional Sisters Costume Set downloadable content, the player can obtain equipment that can allow Peons to dress up and resemble Vert. This DLC pack includes Vert's entire princess outfit, her hairstyle, her face, and a portrait of her.
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|Soul of Fight||Hyperdimension Neptunia||Green Heart has her own theme composed by Kenji Kaneko that plays during her boss battles during the main story of the game called Soul of Fight. Her theme appears on the Hyperdimension Neptunia OST as the sixth track on the soundtrack. Much like the majority of the music in the game, Soul of Fight is a rendition of the game's main theme.|
|Vert's Theme||Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory||Vert has her own theme composed by Kenji Kaneko. Unlike most of the other character themes, Vert's theme does not appear on Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory: Sounds Of That Other Gamindustri. Her theme plays during her boss battle fight and frequently during cutscenes.|
|HP ∞ LOVE Power||Vert's first character song on the Hyperdimension Neptunia Shugo Megami Character Song CD Vol.3 album. It is performed by her human form.|
|Koi wa U la ha LOVE||Vert's second character song on the Hyperdimension Neptunia Shugo Megami Character Song CD Vol.3 album. It is performed by her goddess form.|
|HP ∞ LOVE Power (idol dance ver)||Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection||In Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection it is a remixed version of HP ∞ LOVE Power.|
|Fly High! (idol dance ver)||Vert's version of Neptune's song.|
|With Confidence (idol dance ver)||Vert's version of Noire's song.|
|Dear... every day (idol dance ver)||Vert's version of Blanc's song.|
|Mira Infinity||The final song unlocked in Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection. It was later released on the Hyperdimension Neptunia Share Complete Discs set with both a solo version and a group version with the other CPUs.|
|Dreaming At Full Power||A bonus song for that was only available on the Hyperdimension Neptunia Share Complete Discs collection.|
|Greedy Green||Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed||Vert's theme which plays whenever she transforms.|
|Mousou 4tune||Megadimension Neptunia VII||The opening song for the Hyper Dimension Neptunia G arc. Vert sings this with the other three Hyper Dimension CPUs.|
Vert/verte is the French word for the color green. This can correlate to why Vert's appearance mostly consists of green on her clothing along with her divine name being 'Green' Heart. The reason green was possibly chosen as her name is due to the Xbox logo notably having the 'X' in the color green.
- Vert is the only goddess in the series who maintains an adult appearance in both human and goddess form.
- Vert is always playing MMOs. This could be associated with the fact that Xbox is a Microsoft Console.
- Throughout Hyperdimension Neptunia, Green Heart has one of the biggest busts. However, in Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2, she is beaten by CFW Magic and is beaten again in Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, where she is beaten by Yellow Heart.
- In the first Hyperdimension Neptunia game, Vert was said to have a problem with getting too hot or overheating. This references the Xbox 360's tendency to overheat.
- Strangely enough, in Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, Ultradimension Green Heart does not use drills like the original Green Heart, instead merely transforming the spear into a different spear.
- In the mk2 popularity poll, Vert came in 9th place, losing to Blanc who came in 7th place. This makes Vert the least popular of all the Goddesses from the first game.
- This status remains the same in the next poll. Vert came in 6th place, losing to Blanc (1st), Neptune (3rd) and Noire (5th). However, Vert managed to beat Nepgear (7th), making the original CPU quartet more popular than the CPU Candidates.
- As those polls have determined the lead characters for upcoming games, Vert is the only one of the original CPU quartet who has not been a lead character of any game.
- The reason as to why Vert doesn't have a sister is because the CPU Candidates represent the handhelds alternatives to each of the consoles, which the CPUs represent. Because the Xbox 360 has no handheld system, Vert has no sister.
- Bizarrely enough, even though XBox hardware and software is derived from customized PC equivalents, no reference to this has ever been made.
- In Hyperdimension Neptunia, Vert was also the only one who had a real reason for wanting to fight Neptune, while the other two only wanted to fight her because they didn't like her and because she was their rival.
- In her Goddess Blogs, Vert mentions how she really needs caffeine a lot of times due to her late night gaming habits and mentions a liking of seafood.
- While Green Heart's default Processor Unit is based on the design of the Xbox 360, the Ultra Dimension Green Heart's Processor Unit is based on the design of the original Xbox.
- Despite her being the tallest and bustiest of the original quartet, Vert is the most fragile, but fastest, while Blanc, who is the shortest and most petite, is the slowest, but toughest.
- In Megadimension Neptunia VII, the CPUs have dreams that recall technological advancements that the community did not like. However, when Vert takes a nap, she later wakes up without having a dream, possibly poking fun at the Xbox by saying it has done nothing innovative.
- Since viewing the scene is one of the requirements for the Revival Ending, Vert not having a dream might also be a reference to the fact that the Xbox wasn't around during the Dreamcast's lifespan.