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Please note the spelling difference: Mab'''le''' refers to the shadow otherworldly being. Mab'''el''' refers to the 13 year-old girl that serves as the ''[[DecoyProtagonist true]]'' protagonist of the fic.



* EnemyWithout: Downplayed. She's not ''completely'' taken from Mabel, as Carrie made a bulk of her from scratch. It's just a tiny bit of "selfish DNA" spliced from Mabel that ended up being used to form Mable.
* EvilCounterpart: To Mabel, if the similarities weren't already painfully obvious. Both of them have issues wit controlling others. The thing is, with Mable it's exaggerated to the point that she's completely willing to commit mass-murder and even global extinction all for the sake of getting what she wants from others.



* OurAngelsAreDifferent: As she was a being that was directly created by and serves a goddess, she considers herself technically an "angel" much as Bill Cipher is a "demon." That being said, she takes on the appearance of an Anti-Spiral-itized Mabel and is evil, with no wings or halo. Considering that the goddess that made her was ''also'' evil, this isn't too surprising. Mable also does ''not'' shout "Fear not!" because ''everyone has every last reason to fear her.''



[[folder:Second Half Villains in General]]

* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: Many of them
* WakeUpCallBoss: Mabel stated that she wanted to fight tougher enemies that she couldn't just simply Giga Drill Break and be over with. Once Mable shows herself, '''she gets her wish.'''

[[/folder]]



[Might split off the demon skeletons to their own section, just like the Henchmaniacs in their folder.]



* BrokenRecord: His skeleton minions, while capable of other speech, most often love saying "WE'RE DEMONS FROM HELL!!!!" This is a reference to a WebVideo/{{Vinesauce}} steam -- at the beginning of his ''Super Mario 64'' genesis bootleg, Joel talks about gay skeleton/Satan porn someone e-mailed him where the skeleton (with wings, just like all of these skeletons here) says those exact words according to him.



* EvilCounterpart: To the [=.GIFfany=] Land band in general, but Soos especially. Both are heavyset men who have ridiculously huge harems of supernatural women, prefer to do their fighting in the nude, and are implied/outright stated to be [[GagPenis packing.]] [[spoiler:With the reveal that Soos is (part) Love Fairy, they're also both mythical beings based on affection.]] [[WouldHitAGirl They've also only been seen directly fighting with women (not counting Soos' training with Rumble).]] The thing is, the Lust Devil is a pro-brainwashing asshat who is a demonic being that attacks women because he gets a kick out of it, while Soos cares deeply about everyone, [[spoiler:is a sort of "angelic" being]], and he only attacks women because he's always forced in to fighting them -- he never really ''wanted'' to fight with ''anybody'', it's just that [=.GIFfany=], Eve, the skeleton demons, Pyronica, Mrs. Clausebot, Zephieye, or Mable.



* FanDisservice: His "sexy demon ladies" are skeletons in bikinis. And no, not CuteMonsterGirl-itized skeletons either. Literal "just the bones" skeletons in bikinis. Well, that's leaving out some details -- like the fact that they can also purposefully infest themselves with spiders, worms, bugs, and the like. [[BrokenRecord They are demons from hell,]] and proud of it.



* TakeThat: Fan did not like that episode nor believed that the concept of love gods in a "character-driven" series like ''Gravity Falls'' worked right. This guy's portrayal... shows.

to:

* NightmareFace: He's capable of changing his appearance in to some really grotesque shit. Ironically, his "true form" is just how he appears on the show, only with red skin, "666" tattoos, and wearing nothing but a ''[[GagPenis necessarily]]'' long loincloth.
* TakeThat: Fan did not like that episode nor believed that the concept of love gods in a "character-driven" series like ''Gravity Falls'' worked right. (He says he doesn't care either way about ''this actual character''.) This guy's portrayal... shows.



!! Pyronica

* CainAndAbel: She killed her own twin sister some time in the past. Doesn't even feel remourse about it.
* EvilCounterpart: To Stanford, as it turns out. Both of them had twins that



[[folder:The Fucking Frost]]

A living, chain-smoking snowman that wants to

to:

[[folder:The Fucking Frost]]

Frost and Minions]]

A living, chain-smoking snowman that wants to
to take over the world and "Stop people from fucking stealing Christmas all the time so that others have to save it, seriously 'saving Christmas' stories are annoying."



[[folder:Cathedral Mabel]]

A mysterious entity found in the "Cathedral" that houses the Cosmic Drive Key able to help Team Dai-Shackan reach ''faster than'' faster than light speeds and travel across galaxies with ease.

* SecretTestOfCharacter: She's implied to be made by ''Kyu'', not Mable's the Typomonster.

to:

[[folder:Cathedral Mabel]]

[[folder:Zephieye "The Lightning Cultist" Smith]]

A strange "cult leader" who has an odd fixation on the living video games from Gravity Falls. She heard mysterious entity found in the "Cathedral" voices when she was struck by lightning one

WordOfGod is
that houses she's [=.GIFfany=]'s "[[VideoGame/{{Terraria}} Hardmode]] counterpart" thematically.

* AerithAndBob: Does this by herself. Her actual, birth name is Zephieye... ''Smith.''
* BadassGay: It's never stated that she's exclusively in to women, but
* {{Expy}}: An obvious one of
the Cosmic Drive Key able Lunatic Cultist from ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'', down to help Team Dai-Shackan reach ''faster than'' faster than light speeds and travel across galaxies even having a mask that looks somewhat like that of a plague doctor. Design-wise, she's almost [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Peggy Hill]] with ease.

different, lighter hair and with notable burn scars from being struck by lightning.
* SecretTestOfCharacter: FrickinLaserBeams: Inspired by Fan being constantly killed by several Hardmode ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' bosses pulling them off, she can summon giant 8-bit space shooters that absolutely ''mob'' her target with lasers.
* FriendlyEnemy:
She's implied constantly on genuinely good terms with Soos, despite him screwing and eventually marrying her ex-girlfriend. This is a carry-over from her EFFI self, to be made by ''Kyu'', not Mable's the Typomonster.
point where that incarnation of her is slightly reluctant to fight him.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Has a large [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lichtenberg_figure Lichtenberg figure]] burn mark going down the middle of her head. She's a villain when first spotted, [[spoiler:but eventually regains her senses.]]
* SparedByTheAdaptaton: [[spoiler:Unlike her counterpart in ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', she gets brought back to life via Kathody using Zephieye's own spell and hangs around, occasionally screwing [=.GIFfanys=]. It's heavily suggested that she hates the Skeltaurs now and is trying to get back with Melody]].
* UsedToBeASweetKid: She was a genuinely nice person when she and Melody started dating. The key word there is "started." Some time around there, the Skeltaurs began entering her head as she figured that they might have been what she heard after being struck by lightning.



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!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals that they are all (with the exception of the adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of "hill elves," a specific sub-type of elf that rejected their concept of trees and ]]

to:

----

!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

[[folder:Bill Cultists]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals that they are all (with the exception of the adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of "hill elves," a specific sub-type of elf that rejected their concept of trees and ]]
NotSoHarmlessVillain:



[[folder:Preston Northwest]]

to:

[[folder:Preston Northwest]]
[[folder:Cathedral Mabel]]

A mysterious entity found in the "Cathedral" that houses the Cosmic Drive Key able to help Team Dai-Shackan reach ''faster than'' faster than light speeds and travel across galaxies with ease.

* SecretTestOfCharacter: She's implied to be made by ''Kyu'', not Mable's the Typomonster.



[[folder:Priscilla Northwest]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Uncle Phil]]

...No, they're not the ''same people'' as in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'',

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Aunt Viv]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carlton]]

[[/folder]]



Characters who do not ''quite'' fit in any clean category, apart from "Appearing in ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''."

[[folder:Kyu Sugardust]]

[...] For tropes on her... ''[[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass combat skills]]'', see ''naruto the guy with the ninja''. That page also covers her incarnation there in general; WordOfGod is that they are two completely seperate Kyus.

* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:She has the Blue and Yellow Sharingan/Light Sharingan, which allows her to negate certain mind-altering abilities.]]
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite wearing light colors, she's technically a "demon-ish" being and uses demonic, ''Binding of Isaac''-esque abilities. Despite this,
* {{Expy}}: Of [[spoiler:Sans]] from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', just like herself from ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' -- she shamelessly rips off his plot role. It's a lot less noticeable here because the heroes aren't exactly on a "no mercy route," per say, so she just gives them a normal judging like Sans will do on a neutral run.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Cross-story. Pretty much everything she does ''here'' also foreshadows ''naruto the guy with the ninja''[='=]s ending, where [[spoiler:her incarnation there gives Naruto a giant beatdown.]] What's especially noteworthy is what she brings to her "battle" with the Love God: a beatbox playing [[spoiler:MEGALOVANIA from ''Undertale''.]]
* HeroOfAnotherStory: It's ''heavily'' implied that, like in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she had [[spoiler:killed several other reality-bending beings that attempting to mind control everyone in to being their sex slaves. She spares Soos (and Melody and Rumble) because it's obvious that the [=.GIFfany=] copies are all mass-dating entirely of their own free will and are not their submissive slaves or anything like that.]]
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Underneath her horny, [[TheLadette ladette]] exterior, she's actually [[spoiler:some kind of quantum-meta observer given the job of keeping the entire given universe from falling in to some asshole brainwasher's hands.]]
* OnlySaneMan: In ''SBIG'' tradition, she's another character who speaks exceptionally clearly and with no spelling mistakes. In this case, it's not random -- it's reflecting her fourth wall-breaking from her original games.
* PaintingTheMedium: She'll sometimes enter a "serious mode" where she [[AC:speaks entirely in asscaps, distinct from the usual bolded "evil talking" in ''SBIG'' from Kurloz's ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' speech onward.]] In fanfiction.net, this is simply just written as '''her dialogue, including the quote marks, being in bold. Just like the usual "evil talking."'''
* ProphetEyes: When she's '''really''' pissed off, based on [=.GIFfany=]'s talk icon in [[http://gravityfalls.wikia.com/wiki/File:S2e5_Paul_Robertson_romance_academy_7_Giffany_teleporting.gif one piece of concept art.]]
* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: When confronting the Love God, although this is given a ton of lead well ahead of time.
-->[=KLyu=] then grabbed this boombox. "Hang on," she told Dipper, "I'm gonna kick his ass while I play this." She pressed "PLAY" and ''[=MEgalovania=]'' from ''[[Music/TobyFox Toby]] [[Creator/AndrewHussie Hussie's]] Undertale'' began playing. But Dipper only heard the first six or so notes because thn she teleported away like she did back in chapter 4.\\
\\
"HEY LUST DEVIL!" As Megalovania was playing.\\
\\
It was that hot "reporter" from chapter 4 again! She played the box and it was "Megalovania," get it you think it's the BGM but it was her music!
* SuddenlyShouting: Inverted. Fan interprets [[spoiler:Sans' "no text sound, serious" mode as him going really quiet.]] When she talks in '''all bold and slowly,''' ([[AC:asscaps in some mirrors]]) it's a shorthand-notation that she's "whispering in a really spooky way."
* TranquilFury: She ''realy'' doesn't like [=.GIFfany=] (even long after her HeelFaceTurn) and doesn't have the brighest opinion on Mabel, either. When talking to them individually, she clearly comes off like she's going to snap at any second, but never does.

to:

Characters who do not ''quite'' fit !! Wendy/Gravity Falls Teen-Related

[[folder:[I still need to think of a name] Corduroy]]

Wendy's mother. Deceased at the start of the fic, as she is
in any clean category, apart canon. Then a "Christmas Miracle" (in October) of sorts happened in chapter 8...

* FanserviceExtra: Not as important to the storyline or has as big of a role as Melody or [=.GIFfany=], but she's still another character that goes around nearly naked and proudly flaunts it too. Even her tattoos are of various nude women, barely covered by their limbs.
* GenerationXerox: [[spoiler:Wendy ends up taking a lot after her in the epilogue, down to even growing even ''more'' to be about ten feet tall. One thing that changes is the type of Sharingan they use -- ]]
* GodivaHair: The only reason why this is noted even though her nipples are already covered by her tape is because she appears to ''invert'' this -- her hair usually keeps flowing in front of her, going over some of her chest area and down between her breasts, but conveniently manages to ''not'' cover the breasts themselves. Her hair, much like Rip Van Winkle's, also appears to refuse to cover her ass, instead whipping around awkwardly going between her legs
from "Appearing in ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, behind to cover her crotch (which, again, is already covered by tape)... and Courage''."

[[folder:Kyu Sugardust]]

[...] For tropes on her... ''[[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass combat skills]]'', see ''naruto the guy with the ninja''. That page also covers her incarnation there in general; WordOfGod is that they are two completely seperate Kyus.

ends up looking like ''pubic hair'' as a result.
* AntiMagic: HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:She has gives up the Blue and Yellow Sharingan/Light Sharingan, which allows machine giving her a temporary physical form before Wendy coult finish completing the revival spell with it, all to negate certain mind-altering abilities.power Wendy's mech so that she can finish off the Fucking Frost.]]
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite wearing light colors, HopeSpot: [[spoiler:Oh hey, it seems like Wendy's actually about to find a way to bring her back! ...Except that ]]
* OlderThanTheyLook: She looks like
she's technically a "demon-ish" being and uses demonic, ''Binding of Isaac''-esque abilities. Despite this,
* {{Expy}}: Of [[spoiler:Sans]] from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', just like herself from ''naruto
in her twenties (well, as much as someone the guy with the ninja'' -- she shamelessly rips off his plot role. height of a small house can be), but it stated to be older than Brenda, who is 31 (Brenda's ''Crconikals'' self is 41 as of 2011).
* PeekABangs: One of her eyes is almost always covered.
It's a lot less noticeable here because the heroes aren't exactly on a "no mercy route," per say, so she just gives them a completely normal judging eye, the narrative just admits that she looks that way "because fanartists like Sans will do on a neutral run.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Cross-story. Pretty much everything she does ''here'' also foreshadows ''naruto the guy with the ninja''[='=]s ending, where [[spoiler:her incarnation there gives Naruto a giant beatdown.]] What's especially noteworthy is what she brings to her "battle" with the Love God: a beatbox playing [[spoiler:MEGALOVANIA from ''Undertale''.]]
* HeroOfAnotherStory: It's ''heavily'' implied that, like in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she had [[spoiler:killed several other reality-bending beings
that attempting to mind control everyone in to being their sex slaves. She spares Soos (and Melody and Rumble) because it's obvious that the [=.GIFfany=] copies are all mass-dating entirely of their own free will and are not their submissive slaves or anything like that.]]
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Underneath her horny, [[TheLadette ladette]] exterior, she's actually [[spoiler:some
kind of quantum-meta observer given the job of keeping the entire given universe from falling in to some asshole brainwasher's hands.]]
* OnlySaneMan: In ''SBIG'' tradition, she's another character who speaks exceptionally clearly
stuff and with no spelling mistakes. In I want people to draw fanart of this case, it's not random -- it's reflecting her fourth wall-breaking from her original games.
* PaintingTheMedium: She'll sometimes enter a "serious mode" where she [[AC:speaks entirely in asscaps, distinct from the usual bolded "evil talking" in ''SBIG'' from Kurloz's ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' speech onward.]] In fanfiction.net, this is simply just written as '''her dialogue, including the quote marks, being in bold. Just like the usual "evil talking."'''
* ProphetEyes: When she's '''really''' pissed off, based on [=.GIFfany=]'s talk icon in [[http://gravityfalls.wikia.com/wiki/File:S2e5_Paul_Robertson_romance_academy_7_Giffany_teleporting.gif one piece of concept art.]]
* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: When confronting the Love God, although this is given a ton of lead well ahead of time.
-->[=KLyu=] then grabbed this boombox. "Hang on," she told Dipper, "I'm gonna kick his ass while I play this." She pressed "PLAY" and ''[=MEgalovania=]'' from ''[[Music/TobyFox Toby]] [[Creator/AndrewHussie Hussie's]] Undertale'' began playing. But Dipper only heard the first six or so notes because thn she teleported away like she did back in chapter 4.\\
\\
"HEY LUST DEVIL!" As Megalovania was playing.\\
\\
It was that hot "reporter" from chapter 4 again! She played the box and it was "Megalovania," get it you think it's the BGM but it was her music!
* SuddenlyShouting: Inverted. Fan interprets [[spoiler:Sans' "no text sound, serious" mode as him going really quiet.]] When she talks in '''all bold and slowly,''' ([[AC:asscaps in some mirrors]]) it's a shorthand-notation that she's "whispering in a really spooky way.
OC."
* TranquilFury: StacysMom: She's basically an older, even taller, way more Stripperiffic, flirtier Wendy with tattoos and PeekABangs. The moment Dipper sees her, he's completely smitten. This also helps him get over his pinning after Wendy.
* StatuesqueStunner: Exaggerated. She's a MsFanservice and said to be somewhere from ''twelve to fifteen'' feet tall.
* {{Stripperiffic}}:
She ''realy'' doesn't like [=.GIFfany=] (even long only wears three strips of duct-tape on her that barely provide any cover. Wendy's outfit in the fake-time skip retconned to chapter 1 in reference to the beginning of ''Gurren Lagann'' is the same thing, but with only one strip of tape, so it's implied that she eventually took after her HeelFaceTurn) and doesn't have mother in that regard. [[spoiler:Wendy actually does so in the brighest opinion on Mabel, either. When talking epilogue proper, ten years after the final battle with Creepypasta Sonic. And again, Wendy herself has the "topfree" variation.]]
* TinyGuyHugeGirl: Not
to them individually, she clearly comes off like say that Manly Dan is ''tiny'', but he's still absolutely miniscule compared to his wife.
* WalkingSpoiler: The fact that
she's going even really covered in the story at all is a bit of a surprise, and it's hard to snap at any second, but never does.
hide anything about her -- [[spoiler:from her resurrection to her sacrifice.]]
* WeHardlyKnewYe: In chapter 7, she only appears through flashbacks in the moments leading up to her death. [[spoiler:In chapter 8, she's incompletely brought back to life only to sacrifice herself in order to help Wendy finish off the Fucking Frost.]]



[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2jVbSI9H4o This isn't exactly what she'll say in ''guy with the ninja'' when she rips off Sans.]]
-->'''Kyu:''' What? You think I'm the type of girl that just doesn't move and takes it?\\
'''Kyu:''' Our reports show a growing number of interdimensional anomalies across the space-time continuum.\\
'''Kyu:''' People getting yanked out of their home worlds... details changing... stuff appearing and disappearing...\\
'''Kyu:''' Heh, I'm not even gonna [[AC:pretend]] that's not your fault.\\
'''Kyu:''' Oh, what's that? You don't like it when I sound smart? Well then... commense in the act of having intercourse with one's self. If you're too stupid to understand that, I am telling you to figuratively go fuck yourself. If you can't understand ''that'', you know that word "literally" that you might be using incorrectly? Yeah, well, it's the opposite of what literally is supposed to mean.\\
[...]\\
'''Kyu:''' [...]Some times, you just gotta know when to QUIT.\\
'''Kyu:''' And that's RIGHT FUCKING NOW.\\
'''Kyu:''' Because you see, all of this fighting is really tiring me out.\\
'''Kyu:''' I mean, I'm more of a fucking fairy than a fighting fairy.\\
'''Kyu:''' Sooooo if you don't stop soon, I'll be forced to use my '''special attack.'''\\
'''Kyu:''' Yeah, I bet you're also sick of us pink hair-types having a kind of '''special attack.''' But don't worry. You wouldn't want to see this.\\
'''Kyu:''' Um, I'll use it in my next turn. So if you're really not interested, you could, you know, [[AC:die for me.]] That'd be great.\\
'''Kyu:''' Okay, I warned you. Ready? Survive [[AC:THIS]], and I'll show you my special attack!

[[VideoGame/PaperMario Maximum hit points one, attack power one, defense zero.]] The weakest character in the story. Can only deal one damage.

[[folder:Miscellaneous One-Off Villains]]

[Might be moved to the Second Half antagonist page]

Various villains Dipper and Mabel have fought off during a montage that introduces the Second Half

!! Analavian

to:

[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2jVbSI9H4o This isn't exactly what she'll say in ''guy with the ninja'' when she rips off Sans.]]
-->'''Kyu:''' What? You think I'm the type of girl
!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals
that just doesn't move and takes it?\\
'''Kyu:''' Our reports show a growing number of interdimensional anomalies across
they are all (with the space-time continuum.\\
'''Kyu:''' People getting yanked out
exception of their home worlds... details changing... stuff appearing and disappearing...\\
'''Kyu:''' Heh, I'm not even gonna [[AC:pretend]] that's not your fault.\\
'''Kyu:''' Oh, what's that? You don't like it when I sound smart? Well then... commense in
the act of having intercourse with one's self. If you're too stupid to understand that, I am telling you to figuratively go fuck yourself. If you can't understand ''that'', you know that word "literally" that you might be using incorrectly? Yeah, well, it's the opposite of what literally is supposed to mean.\\
[...]\\
'''Kyu:''' [...]Some times, you just gotta know when to QUIT.\\
'''Kyu:''' And that's RIGHT FUCKING NOW.\\
'''Kyu:''' Because you see, all of this fighting is really tiring me out.\\
'''Kyu:''' I mean, I'm more of a fucking fairy than a fighting fairy.\\
'''Kyu:''' Sooooo if you don't stop soon, I'll be forced to use my '''special attack.'''\\
'''Kyu:''' Yeah, I bet you're also sick of us pink hair-types having
adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of '''special attack.''' But don't worry. You wouldn't want to see this.\\
'''Kyu:''' Um, I'll use it in my next turn. So if you're really not interested, you could, you know, [[AC:die for me.]] That'd be great.\\
'''Kyu:''' Okay, I warned you. Ready? Survive [[AC:THIS]], and I'll show you my special attack!

[[VideoGame/PaperMario Maximum hit points one, attack power one, defense zero.]] The weakest character in the story. Can only deal one damage.

[[folder:Miscellaneous One-Off Villains]]

[Might be moved to the Second Half antagonist page]

Various villains Dipper and Mabel have fought off during
"hill elves," a montage specific sub-type of elf that introduces the Second Half

!! Analavian
rejected their concept of trees and ]]



[[folder:Preston Northwest]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Priscilla Northwest]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Uncle Phil]]

...No, they're not the ''same people'' as in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'',

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Aunt Viv]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carlton]]

[[/folder]]

----

Characters who do not ''quite'' fit in any clean category, apart from "Appearing in ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''."

[[folder:Kyu Sugardust]]

[...] For tropes on her... ''[[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass combat skills]]'', see ''naruto the guy with the ninja''. That page also covers her incarnation there in general; WordOfGod is that they are two completely seperate Kyus.

* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:She has the Blue and Yellow Sharingan/Light Sharingan, which allows her to negate certain mind-altering abilities.]]
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite wearing light colors, she's technically a "demon-ish" being and uses demonic, ''Binding of Isaac''-esque abilities. Despite this,
* {{Expy}}: Of [[spoiler:Sans]] from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', just like herself from ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' -- she shamelessly rips off his plot role. It's a lot less noticeable here because the heroes aren't exactly on a "no mercy route," per say, so she just gives them a normal judging like Sans will do on a neutral run.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Cross-story. Pretty much everything she does ''here'' also foreshadows ''naruto the guy with the ninja''[='=]s ending, where [[spoiler:her incarnation there gives Naruto a giant beatdown.]] What's especially noteworthy is what she brings to her "battle" with the Love God: a beatbox playing [[spoiler:MEGALOVANIA from ''Undertale''.]]
* HeroOfAnotherStory: It's ''heavily'' implied that, like in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she had [[spoiler:killed several other reality-bending beings that attempting to mind control everyone in to being their sex slaves. She spares Soos (and Melody and Rumble) because it's obvious that the [=.GIFfany=] copies are all mass-dating entirely of their own free will and are not their submissive slaves or anything like that.]]
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Underneath her horny, [[TheLadette ladette]] exterior, she's actually [[spoiler:some kind of quantum-meta observer given the job of keeping the entire given universe from falling in to some asshole brainwasher's hands.]]
* OnlySaneMan: In ''SBIG'' tradition, she's another character who speaks exceptionally clearly and with no spelling mistakes. In this case, it's not random -- it's reflecting her fourth wall-breaking from her original games.
* PaintingTheMedium: She'll sometimes enter a "serious mode" where she [[AC:speaks entirely in asscaps, distinct from the usual bolded "evil talking" in ''SBIG'' from Kurloz's ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' speech onward.]] In fanfiction.net, this is simply just written as '''her dialogue, including the quote marks, being in bold. Just like the usual "evil talking."'''
* ProphetEyes: When she's '''really''' pissed off, based on [=.GIFfany=]'s talk icon in [[http://gravityfalls.wikia.com/wiki/File:S2e5_Paul_Robertson_romance_academy_7_Giffany_teleporting.gif one piece of concept art.]]
* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: When confronting the Love God, although this is given a ton of lead well ahead of time.
-->[=KLyu=] then grabbed this boombox. "Hang on," she told Dipper, "I'm gonna kick his ass while I play this." She pressed "PLAY" and ''[=MEgalovania=]'' from ''[[Music/TobyFox Toby]] [[Creator/AndrewHussie Hussie's]] Undertale'' began playing. But Dipper only heard the first six or so notes because thn she teleported away like she did back in chapter 4.\\
\\
"HEY LUST DEVIL!" As Megalovania was playing.\\
\\
It was that hot "reporter" from chapter 4 again! She played the box and it was "Megalovania," get it you think it's the BGM but it was her music!
* SuddenlyShouting: Inverted. Fan interprets [[spoiler:Sans' "no text sound, serious" mode as him going really quiet.]] When she talks in '''all bold and slowly,''' ([[AC:asscaps in some mirrors]]) it's a shorthand-notation that she's "whispering in a really spooky way."
* TranquilFury: She ''realy'' doesn't like [=.GIFfany=] (even long after her HeelFaceTurn) and doesn't have the brighest opinion on Mabel, either. When talking to them individually, she clearly comes off like she's going to snap at any second, but never does.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Miscellaneous One-Off Villains]]

[Might be moved to the Second Half antagonist page]

Various villains Dipper and Mabel have fought off during a montage that introduces the Second Half

!! Analavian

[[/folder]]



[[folder:]]

to:

[[folder:]]
[[folder:Carlson ]]



[[folder:]]

to:

[[folder:]]
[[folder:Hendricks]]

* EvilCounterpart: To Steve, being that they're similar in appearance and have the same sort of "generating entire forests from nothing" ability. [[spoiler:This is as they're twin brothers -- it's eventually subverted as he turns out to be more along the lines of ''Unitia''[='=]s foil/counterpart.]]



The Guardians are the side mooks of [need to think of a name] and serve as the ''true'' QuirkyMinibossSquad in ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group''.

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The Guardians are the side mooks of [need to think of a name] Hendricks and serve as the ''true'' QuirkyMinibossSquad in ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group''.
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-->'''Creepypasta Sonic:''' And NOW, thanks to all YOUR help,\\
'''C. Sonic:''' [[AC:She's DEAD.]]\\
'''C. Sonic:''' And I have [=conTROL=] of ALL the SOULS!\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' What souls? God, you are so lazy and copy-past-y that you can't even change the plot elements when they don't make sense!



* RememberTheNewGuy: Within the context of this story, as his introduction is only briefly covered through a TimeSkip covering what happened between the First Half and Second Half. The fic lampshades that he's not as important to this plot as he is in canon, despite his own journals having become sapient. Hell, Melody doesn't even fully know him and often forgets he even exists.
-->'''Melody:''' I'm sorry, but who are you again?



* MotorMouth: She's quite energetic, and talks



* BrilliantButLazy: Carries over from ''run:gifocalypse''. She knows how to command ghostly energy and can talk to spirits,
* PalsWithJesus: She can speak to the undead, and can also somehow talk to the Grim Reaper himself. They're on pretty friendly terms,




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* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Fan thought that herself in the original ''run:gifocalypse'' came off as being too similar to Kathody (having ego problems, a love for annoying/screwing with people) and Burnda (general flashyness, Burnda also loves screwing with people, but only if she designates them as terrible -- like [=.GIFfany=] #9). Not hepling was that Bubbles was one of the less focused-on of the original professors (along with the "Four Friends" of Arc 2, to the point where them actually being friends with one-another and knowing each-other a little before the Gifocalypse isn't explored)
* {{Jerkass}}: Continues being a "fast-paced punk" out of the group, although she at least admits clearly what this is.



!! The Four Hijackers (Daminna, Sizzcorra, Peachaulinsalinaisy, Alma) [side note:: Let's see how many of their names I spelled correctly. I'm guessing Alma's is spelled right. ''Maybe'' Daminna's. Not too sure about the second, and definitely not about the third.]



* SuperpowerLottery: Let's start with the "standard" physical-[=.GIFfany=] abilities of leaping around electronics, downloading people's mind data in to electronics, firing lighting, and controlling electronics from a distance; then the physical-granted skills of being able to walk in a NighInvulnerable body (but still suseptable to some damage -- Dove's contrast will make this important), being much more capable of learning to control things that are not specifically electronics, and flight at near light speed. Now, add in that Dove spent months building up her defense to the point where she can't even get scratched by an explosion with ten times the force of a nuke, outright telekinesis, extreme long-ranged sniping, definite super strength (the copies in general seem to have this, but it's debatable )



* TokenEvilTeammate: Until chapter 6, when Soos (and #9) basically fights her in to also becoming good. She does spend several months pretending to be nicer, pulling pranks on the others, when she really wanted Soos for herself.

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* TokenEvilTeammate: Until chapter 6, when Soos (and #9) basically fights her in to also becoming good. She does spend several months pretending to be nicer, pulling pranks on the others, others on the side, when she really wanted Soos for herself.
herself. She ended up deciding that the Lust Devil's attack was the ''perfect'' opportunity to act on this.



* TheSwarm: No, this is not about the copies being able to pull a ZergRush (although they are individually significantly powerful on their own) -- several of them can command swarms of other beings, most notably [[SpiderPerson Alma with spiders.]] New to this are the insect groups that tend to hang out by Leona's art-jungle areas[[note]]the reason for this is because they are in a friendly rivalry with the other "non-six-legged creepy crawlies," which is why the spider ones hang out in Dian's section. Scorpion-copies also tend to hang out there too, for those that aren't in deserts or the like[[/note]], the most noteworthy of those being a bee-commander, a termite-commander ([[GreenThumb Professor Rose]] doesn't like her for obvious reasons), and a mosquito-commander that's also mostly an expy of [[Webcomic/OnePunchMan Mosquito Girl]] design-wise.



* HumanoidAbomination: Looks like some kind of abstract shadow-y Mabel-shaped being. Her origins are definitely not humanoid -- she was generated by Carrie.
* LivingShadow: Just like [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann her inspiration,]] she looks shadowy/chalk drawing-y,



* HollywoodAmnesia: It ain't as strong as the Blind Eye Guns, but when he has people trapped in his "Visions," it also blanks out their mind of most of the past, making them believe that they just woke up from a bizarre dream with only bits and details that they can remember about it.



** Just like the Henchmaniacs and the Fucking Frost, he thinks that the world's doomed anyway, so he should spend its last few weeks with it under his control. (Although in this case, to brainwash everyone so that they still feel happy for their last moments instead of in chaos.) If he had ''just had faith in Team Dai-Shackan and let them fight Mable the Typomonster'', he would have still been around to see that the world was not, in fact, doomed. So just like those villains, all he really accomplished was greatly cutting his life short. Although it was implied in chapter 9 that he was getting close to passing Kyu's "bullshit line" from enough poition-dealings and she was going to kick his ass, and considering [[spoiler:Kyu's one-screen battle in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'']] it is extremely unlikely that he'd survive.

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** Just like the Henchmaniacs and the Fucking Frost, he thinks that the world's doomed anyway, so he should spend its last few weeks with it under his control. (Although in this case, to brainwash everyone so that they still feel happy for their last moments instead of in chaos.) If he had ''just had faith in Team Dai-Shackan and let them fight Mable the Typomonster'', Typomonster'' (which they get to eventually), he would have still been around to see that the world was not, in fact, doomed. So just like those villains, all he really accomplished was greatly cutting his life short. Although it was implied in chapter 9 that he was getting close to passing Kyu's "bullshit line" from enough poition-dealings and she was going to kick his ass, and considering [[spoiler:Kyu's one-screen battle in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'']] it is extremely unlikely that he'd survive.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: It ain't as strong as the Blind Eye Guns, but when he has people trapped in his "Visions," it also blanks out their mind of most of the past, making them believe that they just woke up from a bizarre dream with only bits and details that they can remember about it.



[[folder:The Guardians in General]]

The Guardians are the side mooks of [need to think of a name] and serve as the ''true'' QuirkyMinibossSquad in ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group''.

* AMillionIsAStastistic: All of them have a kill count in at least the billions, with "trump card" Revealica's being in the trillions.
* ShoutOut:
** Their associated colors are also tied to the weapon classes in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress''. The red one uses a mace, the yellow one a spear, the green one a crossbow, the cyan one swords, the blue one an axe, and the magenta one a hammer.

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[[folder:The Guardians in General]]

The Guardians are the side mooks of [need to think of
Main characters:

[[folder:Steve Baydebt]]

A tree "Nature Guardian" who leads
a name] very loose, unofficial

* AmazinglyEmbarassingParents: He doesn't bail out Unitia that often
and serve as the ''true'' QuirkyMinibossSquad in ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group''.

* AMillionIsAStastistic: All
respects her choice to go on her own villain-fighting team (composed mostly of them have a kill count in at least the billions, with "trump card" Revealica's being in the trillions.
* ShoutOut:
** Their associated colors are also tied
other Wisps linked to the weapon classes in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress''. The red one uses a mace, the yellow one a spear, the green one a crossbow, the cyan one swords, the blue one an axe, her), but
* SuperpowerLottery: He can grow entire ''forests'' out of practically nothing,
and the magenta one a hammer.
his plant-like regenerative body is absolutely



[[folder:Revealica]]

A building-sized "weredog" (she would rather be called a were''wolf'', but the other guardians insist that this is the proper terminology)

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[[folder:Revealica]]

[[folder:Unitia Prime]]

A building-sized "weredog" (she would rather be called wisp found in a were''wolf'', but haunted mansion as part of a family who was considering joining one of the other guardians insist Guardians' groups out of desperation while she was only seven. Unitia's brother had a more violent approach, and once Steve stepped in, he ended up needing to kill all of the family except Unitia out of self-defense. Guilty, Steve took her in and practically raised her to adulthood. Twenty years later marks the start of the story's bulk, where she has her own group that this is the proper terminology)
may occasionally gather some help from Steve, despite not really asking for it.



[[folder:Uppavrioa]]

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[[folder:Uppavrioa]]
[[folder:Other Wisps]]



[[folder:Tottles]]

* CreepyChild: To anyone who doesn't know (read: the readers, as she's already infamous in-universe), she starts out coming across as a cyan-colored kid that happens to like doodling.
* KnightOfCerebus: She [[spoiler:comes right the hell out of nowhere to kill Steve, stripping away a bit of Plot Armor, demonstrating Fan's typical Decoy Protagonist use, and sends the story in to becoming more of a comedy-drama rather than the pure parody it started off as.]]

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[[folder:Tottles]]

----

Misc good guys:

----

Main antagonists:

[[folder:]]

* CreepyChild: To anyone who doesn't know (read: the readers, as she's already infamous in-universe), she starts out coming across as LightIsNotGood: He is not only a cyan-colored kid that happens to like doodling.
* KnightOfCerebus: She [[spoiler:comes
literal pearly-white, but his right hand also glows brightly. He's also the hell out of nowhere to kill Steve, stripping away a bit of Plot Armor, demonstrating Fan's typical Decoy Protagonist use, absolute BigBad, and sends the leader of the group that oversees various ''minor'' leaders of ''their own'' evil groups. According to WordOfGod, in an "ordinary" story in those evil groups could take up their own stories just devoted to becoming more of a comedy-drama rather than the pure parody it started off as.]]
fighting them.



[[folder:Downnerae]]

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[[folder:Downnerae]]
[[folder:The Guardians in General]]

The Guardians are the side mooks of [need to think of a name] and serve as the ''true'' QuirkyMinibossSquad in ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group''.

* AMillionIsAStatistic: All of them have a kill count in at least the billions, with "trump card" Revealica's being in the trillions.
* ShoutOut:
** Their associated colors are also tied to the weapon classes in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress''. The red one uses a mace, the yellow one a spear, the green one a crossbow, the cyan one swords, the blue one an axe, and the magenta one a hammer.



[[folder:]]

* StarterVillain: Well, of the

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[[folder:]]

* StarterVillain: Well,
[[folder:Revealica]]

A building-sized "weredog" (she would rather be called a were''wolf'', but the other guardians insist that this is the proper terminology) and the "Trump Card"
of the
the Guardians behind

* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Even ignoring that she's the only "furry" character in the story, her eyes are drawn with much more detail and she's intentionally more prone to go OffModel.



[[folder:Uppavrioa]]

* {{Tsundere}}: Meant to be a deconstruction/TakeThat at the type,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Snipamass]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tottles]]

* BodyHorror: Her "pores" can actually open up to pretty large holes, which she can generate and draw swords from. She's trypophobia incarnate, along with a number of other phobias. '''[[NightmareFace Especially]]''' if she's pissed.
* BoringButPractical: Her favorite method of attacking someone ''when she's not feeling like taunting them'' is through surrounding them with a sphere (or dome, if they are on land) of swords that hover in place and all stab foreward. [[spoiler:This is how she ultimately finishes off Steve]]. She usually prefers trying to make extremely flashy displays with her art attacks, even if it would take much longer to kill people.
* CreepyChild: To anyone who doesn't know (read: the readers, as she's already infamous in-universe), she starts out coming across as a cyan-colored kid that happens to like doodling. Those "doodles" can become monstrous creations of
* DragonInChief: She's CoDragons with Revealica, but Tottles is by ''far'' the one with more of an impact on the story -- she out-classes both her Co-Dragon and the BigBad in terms of being active to the plot and leading attacks on the main characters, and she's [[spoiler:the one who kills Steve]].
* EnfanteTerrible:
* {{Jerkass}}: Even by the standards of the Guardians, with their billion+ kill count. She gets ''extremely'' pissed off when [[spoiler:Steve kills Pantalight]], but not because of the loss of a commerad, she got angry because that meant that roughly a fifth of the groups that worked under [[spoiler:Pantalight]] will have to work for her. And Tottles hates the extra paperwork.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:She's the one who ends up killing Steve.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: She [[spoiler:comes right the hell out of nowhere to kill Steve, stripping away a bit of Plot Armor, demonstrating Fan's typical Decoy Protagonist use, and sends the story in to becoming more of a comedy-drama rather than the pure parody it started off as.]]
* TokenMiniMoe: She ''looks'' like she's this for the Guardians, but that can't be further from the truth.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Downnerae]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Pantalight]]

* BewareTheSillyOnes: All of the Guardians have silly appearances (even the BigBad looks a lot like a nude Hank Hill, just like his brother), but she takes the cake with her extreme panty obsession. She goes around with only panties on her lower half, and basically a bra made out of panties.
* DiscreditedMeme: In-universe. She constantly spouts of memes and pop-culture references, which annoys just about everyone but Snipamass (not coincidentally, she's )
* StarterVillain: Well, of the Guardians, anyway. She's also "partnered" with Snipamass and both of them are considered the "weakest pair of the six," (Downerae and Uppavrioa being the medium one, Tottles and especially Revealica being the trump cards) [[spoiler:so when Pantalight dies, it's no surprise that Snipmass is the next to go shortly after.]]

[[/folder]]

*

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[...] The "Eve" trailer would then end with an injured-looking Isaac barely able to stand, before falling over in the Cathedral -- like Sonic near the end of the ''Shadow the Hedgehog'' intro. Eve is behind him, then looks towards the camera and flies off towards it. "THE BINDING OF EVE" appears as a gunshot fires for each letter.

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!! The Binding of Eve: Now With More guns, multiple endings that don't matter because there's a "true ending," and a lot of the word "Damn!"

[...] The "Eve" trailer would then end with an injured-looking Isaac barely able to stand, before falling over in the Cathedral -- like Sonic near the end of the ''Shadow the Hedgehog'' intro. Eve is behind him, then looks towards the camera and flies off towards it. "THE BINDING OF EVE" appears as a gunshot fires for each letter.letter.

''Total Drama'' and ''Homestuck'': Teen Weird Romance Shit

''Homestuck'' and ''Gurren Lagann'': Nucleobase-themed naming

''Gurren Lagann'' and ''Gravity Falls'': Bizarre really alien-looking god-like main antagonist

''Gravity Falls'' and ''Binding of Isaac''(?):
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* CensorSuds: Again, this is her only attire, aside from the ''very'' rare times she's generous enough to put a bathrobe or towel over it.



* MediumAwareness: Implied quite a lot here, moreso than any other incarnation of her. Even compared to her appearance in ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', as she at least never ''outright'' breaks the fourth wall there (but she does lean on it a lot).



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[[folder:The Guardians in General]]

The Guardians are the side mooks of [need to think of a name] and serve as the ''true'' QuirkyMinibossSquad in ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group''.

* AMillionIsAStastistic: All of them have a kill count in at least the billions, with "trump card" Revealica's being in the trillions.
* ShoutOut:
** Their associated colors are also tied to the weapon classes in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress''. The red one uses a mace, the yellow one a spear, the green one a crossbow, the cyan one swords, the blue one an axe, and the magenta one a hammer.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Revealica]]

A building-sized "weredog" (she would rather be called a were''wolf'', but the other guardians insist that this is the proper terminology)

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Uppavrioa]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tottles]]

* CreepyChild: To anyone who doesn't know (read: the readers, as she's already infamous in-universe), she starts out coming across as a cyan-colored kid that happens to like doodling.
* KnightOfCerebus: She [[spoiler:comes right the hell out of nowhere to kill Steve, stripping away a bit of Plot Armor, demonstrating Fan's typical Decoy Protagonist use, and sends the story in to becoming more of a comedy-drama rather than the pure parody it started off as.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Downnerae]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:]]

* StarterVillain: Well, of the

[[/folder]]



Something like this:
* Burning Basement/Greed Basement:
* Flooded Caves/Greed Caves: ''Pirates of the Caribbean''/"Russian Dongpirate" theme



[[WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball Carrie]] laughed vehemently. "[[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls SORRY KID,]] BUT YOU'RE '''MY''' PUPPET NOW!"

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[[WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball Carrie]] laughed vehemently. "[[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls SORRY KID,]] BUT YOU'RE '''MY''' PUPPET NOW!"[...] The "Eve" trailer would then end with an injured-looking Isaac barely able to stand, before falling over in the Cathedral -- like Sonic near the end of the ''Shadow the Hedgehog'' intro. Eve is behind him, then looks towards the camera and flies off towards it. "THE BINDING OF EVE" appears as a gunshot fires for each letter.
2nd May '17 11:50:17 PM greatpikminfan
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-->'''Creepypasta Sonic:''' And NOW, thanks to all YOUR help,\\
'''C. Sonic:''' [[AC:She's DEAD.]]\\
'''C. Sonic:''' And I have [=conTROL=] of ALL the SOULS!\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' What souls? God, you are so lazy and copy-past-y that you can't even change the plot elements when they don't make sense!



* Main Characters/Team Dai-Shackan[[note]]Stan, Summerween Trickster, Wendy, Candy, Grenda, the Journals, the Golden Goddesses and Modascend[[/note]]

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* Main Characters/Team Dai-Shackan[[note]]Stan, Summerween Trickster, Wendy, Candy, Grenda, Gideon, Ford, Old Man [=McGucket=], the Journals, the Golden Goddesses and Modascend[[/note]]



** Main Antagonists[[labelnote:Beware Spoilers!]]Gideon, Bill, Spooky, Mable the Typomonster[[/labelnote]]

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** Main Antagonists[[labelnote:Beware Spoilers!]]Gideon, Bill, Spoilers!]]Bill, Spooky, Mable the Typomonster[[/labelnote]]



[[folder:Gideon Gleeful]]

[[/folder]]



* SizeShifting: While the copies could range from being tiny to large, Shannon is still the one who can become both the largest of them ''and'' the smallest, as she has the best grasp of this ability.



* WrongGenreSavvy: She becomes convinced at one point that ''Journals'' is truly some kind of courtroom drama, apparently completely blind to all the mecha action going around her. Making matters more ironic is that in ''run:gifocalypse'', she was one of the very few copies who had something close to a mecha in the first place.



* TokenEvilTeammate: Until chapter 6, when Mabel basically fights her in to also becoming good. She does spend several months pretending to be nicer, pulling pranks on the others, when she really wanted Soos for herself.

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* TokenEvilTeammate: Until chapter 6, when Mabel Soos (and #9) basically fights her in to also becoming good. She does spend several months pretending to be nicer, pulling pranks on the others, when she really wanted Soos for herself.



[[folder:Gideon Gleeful]]

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[[folder:Gideon Gleeful]]
The major villains of ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. '''Be warned of major unmarked spoilers!''' There will be absolutely ''no'' spoiler marking here!

(Nzyvo, despite being the main antagonist of the First Half, can be found [[ here]] due to spending more screentime on the side of the Pines.)

[[folder:Bill Cipher]]



* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's one of the few aversions in all of ''SBIG'', as she '''is''' hyped up as the main antagonist yet '''does''' get faced as the final villain... of her home story. Counting in ''Spooky''[='=]s sequel (or technically, the fan fic that ''Spooky's'' is a prequel to), she's just a small bump on Mabel's long six-month road to mastering Spiral Power.

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's one of the few aversions in all of ''SBIG'', as she '''is''' hyped up as the main antagonist yet '''does''' get faced as the final villain... of her home story. Counting in ''Spooky''[='=]s sequel (or technically, the fan fic that ''Spooky's'' is a prequel to), she's just a small bump on Mabel's long six-month four-month road to mastering Spiral Power.



* KilledOffForReal: Despite being a ghost. As the place she was "taking hold of" was destroyed, she herself died and ''another'' ghost rose from her, this one unable to possess anything due to not dying "tragically enough" the second time, and she ascended to Heaven.



The main antagonist for the bulk of the story. A mysterious, shadowy [[LivingShadow (literally)]] being that resembles a chalk outline version of Mabel.

* BigBad: Of the Second Half, and seeing as she was pretty much puppeting Nzyvo, the true villain of the First Half as well.
* {{Expy}}: Of the Anti-Spiral, down to having the chalk outline design. Except that instead of a being who believes that evolution will lead to mass-galactic extinction, she's just a selfish brat who wants to play god with people -- a villainous exaggeration of Mabel's character flaws.
* {{Foil}}: She's supposed to be Mabel's character flaws, taken to mass-murder-attempting extremes. She tries to outright dominate the universe based on twisting Mabel's own desires.




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* SizeShifter: Exaggerated. When the four Tengen Toppa mechas all punch her galaxy at the same time, ''while she's still Mabel-sized'', she suddenly warps behind Tengen Toppa Shackan Lagann ''roughly the size of their mechs''. For those unaware of ''Gurren Lagann'' even after reading all of these tropes, Tengen Toppa mechs are galaxy-sized.
* VoiceOfTheLegion: Her voice is said to have an echo and ''kind of'' sounds like Mabel's, with the addition of voices from several other friends she made over the summer.



[[folder:Creepypasta Sonic]]

See the page on "minor" villains. He might be the final antagonist properly faced, but his role in the plot until right by the start of his battle is minimal.

[[/folder]]



[[folder:The Pterodactyl]]

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[[folder:The Pterodactyl]]
Pterodactyl/Cyber-Pterodactyl]]

* SuddenlyVoiced: Can speak fully now, thanks to Nzyvo's cyber-implants.
* WeHardlyKnewYe:



* PaedoHunt: Averted. Despite the story implying that he's an adult at first, chapter 7 would later clarify that the clone was inexplicably 16. So while he's still pretty fucked up, he's not ''quite'' as squicky as one might think at first.



* TakeThat:

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* TakeThat:TakeThat: At ClicheStorm creepypastas in general. [[spoiler:By the finale, to unoriginal, "take dialogue word-for-word"-type fan fiction.]]



[Nah. I'm thinking of splitting chapters 6-9 in to four "groups," and those "groups" will have their mech counterparts faced during them. Chapter 6, which is about Soos, Melody, and the video games, will have their mech counterparts enter the spotlight. Then 7 will have Stan, Ford, [=McGucket=], and Trickster's. Etc. 9 will feature a storm of them but will also introduce Nzyvo and Pacifica's counterparts, with Dipper's being a sort of "trump card megaboss." Mabel does not have a mech counterpart; it's "technically" Mable herself.]



[[folder:]]

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[[folder:]]
[[folder:Priscilla Northwest]]



Characters who do not ''quite'' fit in any clean category, apart from "Appearing in ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''."



[...] For tropes on her... ''[[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass combat skills]]'', see ''naruto the guy with the ninja''. That page also covers her incarnation there in general; WordOfGod is that they are two completely seperate Kyus.



* HeroOfAnotherStory: It's ''heavily'' implied that, like in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she had [[spoiler:killed several other reality-bending beings that attempting to mind control everyone in to being their sex slaves. She spares Soos (and Melody and Rumble) because it's obvious that they're all mass-dating entirely of their own free will.]]

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* HeroOfAnotherStory: It's ''heavily'' implied that, like in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she had [[spoiler:killed several other reality-bending beings that attempting to mind control everyone in to being their sex slaves. She spares Soos (and Melody and Rumble) because it's obvious that they're the [=.GIFfany=] copies are all mass-dating entirely of their own free will.will and are not their submissive slaves or anything like that.]]



-->[=KLyu=] then grabbed this boombox. "Hang on," she told Dipper, "I'm gonna kick his ass while I play this." She pressed "PLAY" and ''[=MEgalovania=]" from ''[[Music/TobyFox Toby]] [[Creator/AndrewHussie Hussie's]] Undertale'' began playing. But Dipper only heard the first six or so notes because thn she teleported away like she did back in chapter 4.\\

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-->[=KLyu=] then grabbed this boombox. "Hang on," she told Dipper, "I'm gonna kick his ass while I play this." She pressed "PLAY" and ''[=MEgalovania=]" ''[=MEgalovania=]'' from ''[[Music/TobyFox Toby]] [[Creator/AndrewHussie Hussie's]] Undertale'' began playing. But Dipper only heard the first six or so notes because thn she teleported away like she did back in chapter 4.\\



[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2jVbSI9H4o This isn't exactly what she'll say in ''guy with the ninja'' when she rips off Sans.]]
-->'''Kyu:''' What? You think I'm the type of girl that just doesn't move and takes it?\\
'''Kyu:''' Our reports show a growing number of interdimensional anomalies across the space-time continuum.\\
'''Kyu:''' People getting yanked out of their home worlds... details changing... stuff appearing and disappearing...\\
'''Kyu:''' Heh, I'm not even gonna [[AC:pretend]] that's not your fault.\\
'''Kyu:''' Oh, what's that? You don't like it when I sound smart? Well then... commense in the act of having intercourse with one's self. If you're too stupid to understand that, I am telling you to figuratively go fuck yourself. If you can't understand ''that'', you know that word "literally" that you might be using incorrectly? Yeah, well, it's the opposite of what literally is supposed to mean.\\
[...]\\
'''Kyu:''' [...]Some times, you just gotta know when to QUIT.\\
'''Kyu:''' And that's RIGHT FUCKING NOW.\\
'''Kyu:''' Because you see, all of this fighting is really tiring me out.\\
'''Kyu:''' I mean, I'm more of a fucking fairy than a fighting fairy.\\
'''Kyu:''' Sooooo if you don't stop soon, I'll be forced to use my '''special attack.'''\\
'''Kyu:''' Yeah, I bet you're also sick of us pink hair-types having a kind of '''special attack.''' But don't worry. You wouldn't want to see this.\\
'''Kyu:''' Um, I'll use it in my next turn. So if you're really not interested, you could, you know, [[AC:die for me.]] That'd be great.\\
'''Kyu:''' Okay, I warned you. Ready? Survive [[AC:THIS]], and I'll show you my special attack!

[[VideoGame/PaperMario Maximum hit points one, attack power one, defense zero.]] The weakest character in the story. Can only deal one damage.



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* ChildHater: Dear '''god.''' He makes it very apparent that he isn't the biggest fan of children in general, and most of his campaign is built around building a city where anyone under 18 (''at the youngest'', he mentions bumping it up to 25 -- Fan in real life was not even 25 at the time he originally published that) is banned from entry. Just like Dove, he has almost nothing positive to say about Mabel, and little positive to say about Dipper or Nzyvo. (For good reasons for the latter two; Dipper's taking a level in jerkass, and Nzyvo being an intentionally annoying ParodySue.)



* {{Yandere}}: A platonic one to Hank Hill ("I WILL MAKE YOU IN TO THE BEST SHOE-HORN MEMES!"). A less platonic one to [=.GIFfany=]. He first seems like a guy who, at worst, is kind of an ass that doesn't like children. He shows his true colors shortly after the hot springs challenge, when his "obsessive side" begins kicking in.

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* {{Yandere}}: A platonic one to Hank Hill ("I WILL MAKE YOU IN TO THE BEST SHOE-HORN MEMES!"). A slightly less platonic one to [=.GIFfany=]. He first seems like a guy who, at worst, is kind of an ass that doesn't like children. He shows his true colors shortly after the hot springs challenge, when his "obsessive side" begins kicking in.



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* UnfortunateNames: Pointed out many times, especially during the Second Half. It sounds a lot like "[[Film/AustinPowers Shaggin'.]]"

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* UnfortunateNames: Pointed out many times, especially during the Second Half. It sounds a lot like "[[Film/AustinPowers Shaggin'.]]"]]" Stan argues that this is a ''[[SexSells good]]'' thing.



* EvilCounterpart: To Lagann, just as canon's Lazengann.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: It bears little resemblance to its canon base. Contrast Lagann itself, which looks exactly as it does in ''Gurren Lagann''.



A successor to the Chocolate Pain developed by [=McGucket=] and several lumberjacks, including the Corduroys. While the Wisdom-Power-Courage-Spiral gang of four have the entire Finalayer Shackan Lagann to themselves, this is the "second tier" counterpart to the Chocolate Pain that the Trickster and Stan pilot.

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A successor to the Chocolate Pain developed by [=McGucket=] and several lumberjacks, including the Corduroys. While the Wisdom-Power-Courage-Spiral gang of four have the entire Finalayer Shackan Lagann to themselves, this is the "second tier" counterpart to the Chocolate Pain that the Trickster and Stan pilot.
pilot. Later, Ford and Fiddleford get involved in it too.



* SpringtimeForHitler: Nzyvo admitted that she made this thing in an attempt to kill the Journals off.



Actually, wait. Can the fic's title even fit in a trope page or will I need to shorten it like ''496 Rea--'' NO WAIT, THAT FIC DOESN'T EXIST.

Anyway, ''FanFic/TheJournalsOfWisdomPowerAndCourage''.

[[FanFic/TheJournalsOfWisdomPowerAndCourage Potholing its name.]]



'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Pacifica holding hands)'' ''Bulllllllshit.''\\

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'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Pacifica holding hands)'' ''Bulllllllshit.''Bulllllllshiiiiit.''\\



''WesternAnimation/TheNutshack'' but every "Nutshack" is replaced with the entirety of ''Libera Me From Hell''.

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''WesternAnimation/TheNutshack'' but every "Nutshack" is replaced Or better yet, like ask Sinsthar for permission to do a Moira Mode, forced in her old appearance. Send it to someone who hates anime with no idea about the entirety of ''Libera Me character and ask them to record their blind reaction. From Hell''.
what I gather about her eye-summoning move, should the Moiras pile up it should start looking like [[https://youtu.be/2QlYKKiT4Js?t=403 this.]] (''Undertale'' No Mercy spoilers.) I don't know about the final boss... okay, the final floor, instead of the boss room with Greed/Super Greed/Monstro, it has like eight item pedestals. These will contain Libra, Soy Milk, Godhead, Brimstone, Mutant Spider, Inner Eye, 20/20, and Diplopia. And then instead of Ultra Greed it's just a single Red Spider. The joke isn't that it's prepping you up for an anti-climax, the joke is that I fucking hate Red Spiders for their erratic movements and you get to blow off steam after Brimstone blasts and exploding tenta-spikes everywhere by making one of them suffer.

Then there's always Red Spider Mode with no damage ups. Or no, fuck Red Spiders. Seriously. I'm not exaggerating when I say they are by far my least favorite enemy in the entire game. Usually in the later floors where the nasty Brimstone-firing stuff shows up, I at least have stupid GPF Luck that grants me amazing items so I'm not bothered by them.
* (For those that don't understand what I'm talking about: Look up "Binding of Isaac Bloat Mode," also "Hush Mode," and I guess "Monstro Mode" and "Gurdy Mode.")



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[[WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball Carrie]] laughed vehemently. "[[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls SORRY KID,]] BUT YOU'RE '''MY''' PUPPET NOW!"
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* ADayInTheLimelight: The Second Half roughly divides the team in to groups, and gives spotlight accordingly. Chapter 6 is this to the [=.GIFfany=] Land team. Chapter 7 to Stan, the Trickster, Ford, and [=McGucket=]. Chapter 8 to Candy, Grenda, Wendy, and Pacifica's parents. Chapter 9 wraps things up with a much closer focus on the Pines Quadruplets, and 10 finishes things off with pretty balanced screen time.



* DemotedToExtra: For the beginning of the story, he's almost completely plot-irrelevant and barely does anything in the first chapter. The "driving the whole Mystery Shack" element introduced in the second chaper barely made sense, and was later chalked off as extreme EarlyInstallmentWeirdness.



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* ADayInTheLimelight: She finally gets to have her own storyline come chapter 7.



* BigDamnHeroes: Melody, Rumble, and Soos (in that order) step in in chapter 6 at the last second to stop the Lust Devil from killing [=.GIFfany=] #9. Mabel was about to leap in too with her newly-fused (at the time) Finalayer Shackan Lagann, but correctly came to the conclusion that by that point the four was already kicking Lust Devil's ass and stepping in would only ruin the team-beatdown they had going.



* DefiantToTheEnd: Attempts to pull this off in her fight against the Love God[[spoiler:/Lust Devil]], complete with nearly going out with a smile:

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* DefiantToTheEnd: Attempts to pull this off in her fight against the Love God[[spoiler:/Lust Devil]], God/Lust Devil, complete with nearly going out with a smile:



'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ''(cCoughs.)'' I would... ''I would rather die.''\\
'''Love God:''' Suit yourself! Control! ''(Stabs her with a "light string" linking her back to his hand.)'' Alt! ''(Brings up a simplistic computer interface from her body.)'' And... delete! ''(Nearly clicks "yes" in a "delete program" prompt.)''

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'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ''(cCoughs.''(Coughs.)'' I would... ''I would rather die.''\\
'''Love God:''' Suit yourself! Control! ''(Stabs her with a "light string" linking her back to his hand.)'' Alt! ''(Brings up a simplistic computer interface from her body.)'' And... delete! ''(Nearly clicks "yes" in a "delete program" prompt.prompt before Melody steps in.)''



* AscendedExtra: Compared to her canonical self, as she is constantly involved with the main storyline, and even in-story from the First Half to the Second Half. (In the First Half, she did not appear at all until chapter 4, )

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* AscendedExtra: Compared to her canonical self, as she is constantly involved with the main storyline, and even in-story from the First Half to the Second Half. (In the First Half, she did not appear at all until chapter 4, and her role in chapter 5 just amounted to foreshadowing her running for president in the Second Half.)



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Under her childishness, she's actually one of the most threatening members of Team Dai-Shackan. She was able to fend off against ''the Lightning Cultist''[[note]]Recall that this fic loves to have a clean division between First Half enemies and Second Half enemies. Pretty much every single canonical antagonist (well, only including their canon actions) except Bill and company would be considered "First Half"-level -- including [=.GIFfany=], who Melody actually fought in canon. Lightning Cultist is "Second Half." Keep in mind that most of the Second Half threats were faced with at least Finalayer Shackan Lagann, and Melody had no such access to that luxury[[/note]] even back before Dipper and Mabel went against the Gnomes, and fends pretty well when she's not overwhelming outnumbered (this is used to explain why the army of millions of [=.GIFfanys=] were able to kidnap her, yet she could take on a building-sized mecha on foot with relative ease). She's overall one of the last people you'd want to piss off, although it's pretty hard to ''completely'' piss her off without threatening a loved one or pushing her one BerserkButton.

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Under her childishness, she's actually one of the most threatening members of Team Dai-Shackan. She was able to fend off against ''the Lightning Cultist''[[note]]Recall that this fic loves to have a clean division between First Half enemies and Second Half enemies. Pretty much every single canonical antagonist (well, only including their canon actions) except Bill and company would be considered "First Half"-level -- including [=.GIFfany=], who Melody actually fought in canon. Lightning Cultist is "Second Half." Keep in mind that most of the Second Half threats were faced with at least Finalayer Shackan Lagann, and Melody had no such access to that luxury[[/note]] even back before Dipper and Mabel went against the Gnomes, and fends pretty well when she's not overwhelming overwhelmingly outnumbered (this is used to explain why the army of millions of [=.GIFfanys=] were able to kidnap her, yet she could take on a building-sized mecha on foot with relative ease). She's overall one of the last people you'd want to piss off, although it's pretty hard to ''completely'' piss her off without threatening a loved one or pushing her one BerserkButton.



** One of the very few suggestions she makes when running for president that isn't just her trying to lose is to ban the word [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy "Giggity."]] She says this jokingly (and also because Ryan wouldn't stop using it to CatCall her in the hot springs), but it's still the story's way of [[DiscreditedMeme showing disaproval to the show it came from in general and the overuse of saying it in response to something sexy.]]

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** One of the very few suggestions she makes when running for president that isn't just her trying to lose is to ban the word [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy "Giggity."]] She says this jokingly (and also because Ryan wouldn't stop using it to CatCall while oggling her in the hot springs), but it's still the story's way of [[DiscreditedMeme showing disaproval to the show it came from in general and the overuse of saying it in response to something sexy.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: She took classes with the professors in between the halves, becoming smarter (when it mostly came to science -- she's still got beans on politics, although her history teacher (Dove) kind of being a nut even by [=.GIFfany=] standards had something to do with it)



* FanserviceExtra: Not that important to the plot,

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* FanserviceExtra: Not that important to the plot, but they all run around nearly-naked



* HornyDevils: They're all-but confirmed to be succubi in some way, or at least brought to physical form with succubus-like magic. Not only do they have the CuteMonsterGirl vibe in a series that otherwise doesn't have that many (although this is justified, as they were designed to be dating sim characters), but it's outright stated that they can use sexual fluids as a power source. (In addition to being solar powered. Or getting powered by electricity. Or Spiral Power. Or using regular food.)



* TookALevelInKindness: Oddly, her overwhelmingly "be a pacifist to the other copies, no matter how bad they get" bend-over-backwards defense atittude isn't here. Even though the Pines have even ''more'' reason to consider killing them than they did in RG.

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* TookALevelInKindness: Oddly, her overwhelmingly "be a pacifist to the other copies, no matter how bad they get" bend-over-backwards defense atittude isn't here. Even though the Pines have had even ''more'' reason to consider killing them than they did in RG.



* BurgerFool: Once again, the copies working under her as this, as she's a fast food manager. Cardia herself is not one of them, being that she owns the Gif Bytes corporation.
* FanDisservice: Unless your tastes in women include those that look like they've just went on a killing spree and are covered in the blood of the people they slaughtered, you probably wouldn't like some of her more... "visceral" outfits. Especially when it actually ''is'' real blood from animals she butchered and not fake blood as part of the costume. Shockingly, these ''turn on'' Soos, while they're a turn off for Melody (who normally otherwise enjoys the other costumes the [=.GIFfany=] army wear). However, she also dresses in "sexy cavewoman" costumes.
* NubileSavage: Almost all of her "outfits" involve something organic; if they're not general body part-based things (like "wearing tentacles" or a bone dress), then it's animal skins. She's also partly cavewoman based.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: She's the dragon-trainer of the group,
* VerbalTic: She still stutters. It goes down a bit as the Second Half goes on, until it's completely gone by the ten-year DistantFinale, implying that she got over it.



* FreudianExcuse: It's implied that her copy was separated from the rest when the production of ''Romance Academy 7'' copies went down and she went mad from isolation. This is why she's crazier than the others, even Cardia.



* BackForTheFinale: Downplayed, as it's not the ''very'' end. Makes a few cameos in chapter 9 of ''Journals'', but she disappears in both the actual finale and the fic's epilogue.
* CuteAndPsycho: Just like her canonical incarnation, she has the appearance of an adorable ghost girl but turns out to be one of the evilest and powerful threats the Pines face.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's one of the few aversions in all of ''SBIG'', as she '''is''' hyped up as the main antagonist yet '''does''' get faced as the final villain... of her home story. Counting in ''Spooky''[='=]s sequel (or technically, the fan fic that ''Spooky's'' is a prequel to), she's just a small bump on Mabel's long six-month road to mastering Spiral Power.
* TheFarmerAndTheViper: Tricks Dipper in to thinking that she's changed after he seals her in a silver mirror. When he lets her out "under supervision," she even seems to be working with him for a while... then ''SCHWING''. Suddenly she's got a machete in her hands. And Dipper's arm just falls off right after.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Not in her story (which is all about dealing with her traps), but after TheReveal that it's a prequel to ''Journals'', she becomes this to the much longer main plot. Her barrier over the mansion that "keeps most souls inside" as well as her threatening Dipper's life with the arm-slash was what got Mabel to finally fully activate her Spiral Power for the first time, punching down the barrier just out of hot blooded-ness alone.
* WarmupBoss: As it turns out, she's the first villain faced of Mabel's "Spiral Power" development; Mabel had absolutely none of it during the rest of Spooky's story proper, but that fight was when the first signs of both that and the "Powers" began appearing. (Even before Mabel [[spoiler:breaks the barrier around the mansion]] -- the gang is all described as glowing when the battle begins.)



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God/Lust Devil]]



* DemBones: Can summon a bunch of "female bikini skeletons that enjoy love-making with him."



* {{Expy}}: His reveal as a secretly-demonic being was based on a ''South Park'' episode, where the Canadian minister of gaming turned out to be the "Canadian Devil, Beelzaboot."

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* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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His reveal as a secretly-demonic being was based on a ''South Park'' episode, where the Canadian minister of gaming turned out to be the "Canadian Devil, Beelzaboot.""
** In a weirder way, he's one to [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Zorin Blitz]] once he reveals his true personality. And no, not her ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' portrayal -- he's closer to her canon self. They're both sadistic illusionists that are fought while a couple (or, in this case, foursome) had just "upgraded" their relationship. Both of them let their sadism get to them when they had the chance to finish off a target, which ends up backfiring horribly. Like with Zorin, Lust Devil's last illusion attempt was broken when people combined their memories, making it impossible to fool either of them. As a nod to this, Mabel ends up breaking out of his illusion by [[AGlitchInTheMatrix noticing that a spinning top does not fall,]] just like Carl's ''Inception'' top in HUC. Fan joked about tops not falling in illusions being a cross-multiversal constant in all of ''SBIG'', but confirmed it wasn't true as otherwise "who would want to use illusion powers if everyone can break out like that."
* GagPenis: He wears an absurdly long loincloth after revealing his true form, and once it's ripped off in battle the characters confirm that he's not overcompensating. In Kyu's words when explaining to Dipper the difference between a "demon" and a "devil," devils in general "have huge dicks, but they ''are'' huge dicks."
* HollywoodAmnesia: It ain't as strong as the Blind Eye Guns, but when he has people trapped in his "Visions," it also blanks out their mind of most of the past, making them believe that they just woke up from a bizarre dream with only bits and details that they can remember about it.
* {{Irony}}:
** [=.GIFfany=], a former verbally abusive ex-girlfriend that tried to murder Soos for rejecting her and attack all of his friends, ends up being one of the first people to call out that his potions are not "real love." She lampshades the absurdity of this.
** Just like the Henchmaniacs and the Fucking Frost, he thinks that the world's doomed anyway, so he should spend its last few weeks with it under his control. (Although in this case, to brainwash everyone so that they still feel happy for their last moments instead of in chaos.) If he had ''just had faith in Team Dai-Shackan and let them fight Mable the Typomonster'', he would have still been around to see that the world was not, in fact, doomed. So just like those villains, all he really accomplished was greatly cutting his life short. Although it was implied in chapter 9 that he was getting close to passing Kyu's "bullshit line" from enough poition-dealings and she was going to kick his ass, and considering [[spoiler:Kyu's one-screen battle in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'']] it is extremely unlikely that he'd survive.



* LotusEaterMachine: Can induce this, the "SUPER INFINITE Visions of Heartbreaks Past!" It's similar to the Infinite Labyrinth from ''Gurren Lagann'', except many of these "good dreams" soon become "nightmares" without buying in to his love potions.

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* LotusEaterMachine: Can induce this, the "SUPER INFINITE Visions of Heartbreaks Past!" It's similar to the Infinite Labyrinth from ''Gurren Lagann'', except many of these "good dreams" soon become "nightmares" without buying in to his love potions. What makes these especially dangerous is that he has the ability to tap deep in to someone's mind, with a strong enough force to convince them that ''at least'' the past few months were just long dreams they woke up from and inducing temporary amnesia.



* BadSanta: He can summon a bunch of evil robot Santas, and given his "naughty and nice present giving" theme, he himself's got the personality of one.
* BewareTheSillyOne: He does ''not'' look like he "should be" a Second Half-tier villain, given how all of those were demonic in appearance in some way. (Lust Devil's true form or Pyronica being a pink demon.) While this guy is "just" a snowman. He, by himself, isn't that tough. It's his ''army'' that you should worry about.
* AnIcePerson: Expected, as he's a giant snowman.



* SecretTestOfCharacter: She's implied to be made by ''Kyu'', not Mable's the Typomonster.



* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:She has the Blue and Yellow Sharingan/Light Sharingan, which allows her to negate certain mind-altering abilities.]]
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite wearing light colors, she's technically a "demon-ish" being and uses demonic, ''Binding of Isaac''-esque abilities. Despite this,
* {{Expy}}: Of [[spoiler:Sans]] from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', just like herself from ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' -- she shamelessly rips off his plot role. It's a lot less noticeable here because the heroes aren't exactly on a "no mercy route," per say, so she just gives them a normal judging like Sans will do on a neutral run.



* HeroOfAnotherStory: It's ''heavily'' implied that, like in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she had [[spoiler:killed several other reality-bending beings that attempting to mind control everyone in to being their sex slaves. She spares Soos (and Melody and Rumble) because it's obvious that they're all mass-dating entirely of their own free will.]]
* ObfuscatingStupidity: Underneath her horny, [[TheLadette ladette]] exterior, she's actually [[spoiler:some kind of quantum-meta observer given the job of keeping the entire given universe from falling in to some asshole brainwasher's hands.]]



* PaintingTheMedium: She'll sometimes enter a "serious mode" where she [[AC:speaks entirely in asscaps, distinct from the usual bolded "evil talking" in ''SBIG'' from Kurloz's ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' speech onward.]] In fanfiction.net, this is simply just written as '''her dialogue, including the quote marks, being in bold. Just like the usual "evil talking."'''
* ProphetEyes: When she's '''really''' pissed off, based on [=.GIFfany=]'s talk icon in [[http://gravityfalls.wikia.com/wiki/File:S2e5_Paul_Robertson_romance_academy_7_Giffany_teleporting.gif one piece of concept art.]]




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* SuddenlyShouting: Inverted. Fan interprets [[spoiler:Sans' "no text sound, serious" mode as him going really quiet.]] When she talks in '''all bold and slowly,''' ([[AC:asscaps in some mirrors]]) it's a shorthand-notation that she's "whispering in a really spooky way."
* TranquilFury: She ''realy'' doesn't like [=.GIFfany=] (even long after her HeelFaceTurn) and doesn't have the brighest opinion on Mabel, either. When talking to them individually, she clearly comes off like she's going to snap at any second, but never does.
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* FullFrontalAssault: Soos and his gang have a habit of going naked a lot, and to a lesser extent Stan and (though he's a living blob of candy that's technically "always naked") Summerween Trickster get on this during the Second Half. [[spoiler:''Everyone'' fights in the nude for the last few chapters, a reference to Super Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann's also apparent ability to temporarily disintegrate people's clothes.]]



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Her new abilities in tournament battle slightly foreshadow [[spoiler:the nature of the Light Sharingan and Kyu's beatdown of Naruto]] in ''naruto the guy with the ninja''.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: She has more in common with the Lumberjack Ghost than it initially appears. Like, "being able to generate wood from nothing and nuke enemies with it"-levels of power. She shows this when up against Rumble in the "token TournamentArc challenge" for Stan's presidential campaign.



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* ParentalAbandonment: [[spoiler:Averted with Dipper and Mabel, played straight with Pacifica and Nzyvo -- Mr. and Mrs. Pines both made a deal with the "secret government" to give the latter two off to a military project to keep Mrs. Pines alive from their birth. Chapter 6 makes this seem less selfish in that they legitimately thought they had a chance at uniting all four kids, and they had been trying up until the midpoint of the fic to unite them. (Where they have a reunion on their own.)]]
* SiblingYinYang: WordOfGod is that Dipper losing his right arm while Mabel loses the leg on the other side is supposed to be "cheap bad symbolism" of how different they are. This fails considering how ''much'' different Nzyvo is from both of them.
* SurpriseIncest: [[spoiler:Dipper and Pacifica are blood related, yet Dipper still had a crush on her up until around the reveal. Both of them eventually find the idea of them even dating really squicky. Dipper still has lingering, unwanted feelings for her, but he loses them in chapter 6.]]



* IgnoredEpiphany: Played UpToEleven for laughs when she and [=.GIFfany=] both have an "N Word Journey" in chapter 6.[[note]]No, not ''that'' N word. Like both versions of ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'', the term came from ''South Park'', where it was an "inward journey." The fake-author misheard this, as he also did in the retconned SJAHJ.[[/note]] [=.GIFfany=] just hallucinates getting [[GroinAttack hit in her junk with a sledgehammer by Spiderman]] and somehow immediately recognizes ''exactly'' what it symbolizes and begins trying to improve herself. Mabel, on the other hand, hallucinates Dipper explicitely ''telling her'' some points she can work on, which also foreshadows a good chunk of the Second Half. Mabel wakes up having absolutely no idea what that was and dismisses it as nonsense, believing that by this point in their siblingship there is no way Dipper would critique her whatsoever.



** Alright! Now all of Bill's buddies are dead! Thanks to throwing that giant glacier on the last of 'em! But wait... that's not even the Time Baby's glacier, that's ''the Fucking Frost's''. And he's out. And wants to turn the planet in to a Christmas hellhole. Also, Mabel [[RealityEnsues just sped up global warming...]] [[ somehow.]] [That's gonna pot hole to some artistic licence trope.]




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* ParodySue: This is a bit more complicated than it initially appears, playing with this trope all over the place once [[DarkerAndEdgier the Second Half]] rolls by.
** Once the Second Half rolls by and reveals that she's the true hero,
** Downplayed in that the story specifically notes that other members of Team Dai-Shackan contribute a lot to battle too, to the point where Mabel barely even does much of anything in chapter 7. Fan notes that one of the very few criticisms he had with ''Gurren Lagann'' was that it introduced a number of side-characters just to have Simon pulling most of the victories/explicitely noting that Gurren Lagann was the only Gunman with the capability to deal with something.
* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: After getting Lagann, she doesn't really use much else ''but'' Lagann and it's drills. Justified in that '''it's Lagann''', and [[CatchPhrase what the hell do you think there is]] that's cooler than Lagann?
* WholePlotReference: To ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', starting from the end of chapter 2. It plays out as a really bizarre, abridged version where the villains in the latter half represent Mabel's character flaws that the author thought never got addressed.



* AllMenArePerverts: He's notably offended by Stan's following Mabel's request to try to get him to push towards banning porn. So much that he takes up Melody's side, despite fully knowing that Melody doesn't even want to win.



* GoodCounterpart: In a strange cross-story example, he's one to Naruto from ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', which is a "spiritual-sister fan fic" to this. Both are DecoyProtagonist[=s=] in stories that burn the ever-loving hell out of fan fiction that give the 13-ish year old male lead a sudden case of NewPowersAsThePlotDemands, make him in to a GaryStu, and in some cases even give him a large harem. While Naruto gets all of those things ''as the main antagonist of that fic'', Dipper '''doesn't''' but still [[TookALevelInJerkass (somewhat)]] remains a heroic guy.




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* YankTheDogsChain: In chapter 6. It seems like Kyu is about to help him out with his relationship problems. Then she takes a call to fight the Lust Devil and just... leaves him.



* BadassArmfold: Shackan Lagann tries to uppercut through Finalayer in chapter 5. She responds by double-kicking them back down, with her own mecha in this pose.
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: She believes that nearly getting killed by the enemy and surviving by escaping is grounds to be blown up, but nearly getting killed by the enemy, surviving without running, finding out that Nzyvo tries to kill those who run away, and wanting to quit because of ''that'' is okay.



* ObviouslyEvil: Unless given a ''huge'' amount of Spiral Energy, she constantly looks like her skin is ''rotting''. And she's almost always giving a SlasherSmile of some sorts. [[spoiler:Subverted as she turns out to be benevolent, just a little violent.]]



* AnAxeToGrind: Chapter 6 of ''Journals'' reveals that she kept the axe from Specimen 8's area in ''Spooky's''. She trained with it after the time skip and became pretty damn good with it.

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* AnAxeToGrind: Chapter 6 of ''Journals'' reveals that she kept the axe from Specimen 8's area in ''Spooky's''. She trained with it after the time skip and became pretty damn good with it. To the point where she can throw it like a boomerang, "Ripping off that [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Captain American]] [[WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers Planet]] guy from Marvel."




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* {{Polyamory}}: It started as a quick fling, but the time skip shows them trying to make this massive relationship work.



* DefiantToTheEnd: Attempts to pull this off in her fight against the Love God[[spoiler:/Lust Devil]]:

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* DefiantToTheEnd: Attempts to pull this off in her fight against the Love God[[spoiler:/Lust Devil]]:Devil]], complete with nearly going out with a smile:



* AnimalsHateHim: For some reason, this kicks in after she gets superpowers from a radioactive chicken. Before, the chicken seems to be the only one after her. After, and it seems like every dog and even ''Waddles'' is after her.



* BigBeautifulWoman: She's not '''as''' played for fanservice factor as [=.GIFfany=] is (''[[ShamelessFanserviceGirl this is not saying a lot at all]]''), but she's still a secondary MsFanservice in the story (''especially'' during the Second Half). The fake-author ''really'' drawing attention to her "big, chubby ass." She's also shagging a height-boosted [=.GIFfany=]. In other words, a BBW and a StatuesqueStunner in a relationship.
* BloodyMurder: Has meat/animal/regeneration powers similar to Cardia ("but in some ways better, but in some ways shittier") brought on by being bit by a radioactive chicken.



* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Some might call canon's Melody a "female Soos." Nobody sure as hell would say the same about this one. In ''Journals'', Soos eventually becomes a [[IgnoreTheFanservice sex-oblivious,]] naked, overly-scattered guy that still has his moments of insight when times are rough. Melody is almost always worried about what to do in a tough situation, a bit saner in some aspects, ''actively'' regressive when it comes to growing up, hates being seen naked, and of course is pretty sex-obsessed. (Then again, considering the sheer oversexualized [=.GIFfany=] army, it's implied that Melody's flustered reaction to them is ''typical'', and that Soos is the outlier for ''not'' feeling like he's being constantly teased.)



* MsFanservice: Not as much as [=.GIFfany=], but



* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre. She eventually flips out and delivers a PrecisionFStrike at her [[SpringtimeForHitler unwanted popularity]] despite it making her uncomfortable:

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* TakeThat: TakeThat:
**
Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre. She eventually flips out and delivers a PrecisionFStrike at her [[SpringtimeForHitler unwanted popularity]] despite it making her uncomfortable:




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** One of the very few suggestions she makes when running for president that isn't just her trying to lose is to ban the word [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy "Giggity."]] She says this jokingly (and also because Ryan wouldn't stop using it to CatCall her in the hot springs), but it's still the story's way of [[DiscreditedMeme showing disaproval to the show it came from in general and the overuse of saying it in response to something sexy.]]



Originally the protagonist of fighting game ''Fight Fighters'' with the ability to jump in to the real world.

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Originally the protagonist of fighting game ''Fight Fighters'' with the ability to jump in to the real world. \n He ends up joining with Nzyvo after she has an argument with [=.GIFfany=], then joins Team Dai-Shackan after Nzyvo's very questionable policies.

* BerzerkButton:
** ''Don't lie to him.''
* OddCouple: Frankly, he is this with ''any'' of his other bang-buddies, but with Melody it sticks out, as they are the only two of the "main four" that have not directly interacted in some way. A flashback shows the first time it's just the two of them alone, in a car, and they lampshade how awkward it is without Soos or [=.GIFfany=] acting as their "social glue."
* OvershadowedByAwesome: Seeing as [=.GIFfany=] can basically do most of what he can, ''but better and times at least four million'', he's naturally a bit overshadowed by his own girlfriend. Not even the buffs given to most of the canonical villains can help him out. He still gets his moments in the spotlight.



* HealingFactor: Given that their "bodies" are ''slightly'' similar to those of [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Gems]] (with their "discs" being their "gems"), damage to them isn't quite permanent. One of the most blatant examples is when the Love God gives #9 a number of seemingly fatal injuries. Near the end of the chapter, she's shown resting in Hexaseximal's hospital covered in bandages and casts, and Soos tells her that she's expected to make a full recovery in five... ''seconds''. She does, strips the bandages off, ("they formed a spiral shape leading to her feet because it was symbolic of her grouwth this chapter") was naked beneath them, and [[CoitusEnsues they have sex.]]

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* AdaptationalVillainy: A major plot point in ''run:gifocalypse'' is that, by the time of the fic, none of the professors were ''as'' bad as [=.GIFfany=] #9 herself. (Though many, ''many'' of them are still pretty bad, [[spoiler:and they ''were'' bad in a flashback]].) Here, a major plot point in chapter 4 is that they are ''all'' bad -- in some ways, possibly ''worse'' than #9. Subverted after they have a HeelFaceTurn.
* FanserviceExtra: Not that important to the plot,
* FourIsDeath: Thought ''one'' four was bad enough? Try ''seven'' of them -- their original quantity was 4,444,444. Subverted when they HeelFaceTurn. Played straight in that Eve stays antagonistic somewhat until long after there are more than that many copies, so in a way the number almost indirectly reflects her.
* HealingFactor: Given that their "bodies" are ''slightly'' similar to those of [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Gems]] (with their "discs" being their "gems"), damage to them isn't quite permanent. One of the most blatant examples is when the Love God gives #9 a number of seemingly fatal injuries. Near the end of the chapter, she's shown resting in Hexaseximal's hospital covered in bandages and casts, and Soos tells her that she's expected to make a full recovery in five... ''seconds''. She does, strips the bandages off, ("they formed a spiral shape leading to her feet because it was symbolic of her grouwth this chapter") was naked beneath them, and [[CoitusEnsues they have sex.]]]] It's later revealed that they follow the same rules as ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', where they could still heal from any bone-severing attacks, but those would take significantly longer. Love God never hit [=.GIFfany=] #9 with any attacks that severed her at a skeletal level.
* KarmaHoudini: Lampshaded a bit when it's commented that their "turn for the better" feels a bit forced. [=.GIFfany=] finally gets to working on this in chapter 6, actively trying to make up for her bad behavior instead of acting like her being good ''now'' suddenly makes everything okay.



* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Downplayed compared to the original pixel-look, which a copy still keeps whenever she's directly possessing an electronic. In this case,
* TheWorfEffect: They get their asses ''kicked'' by Nzyvo in chapter 5, and (especially #9 in their one-on-one fight) by Love God in chapter 6. Chapters 7 and 8 subvert this when they're able to fend on their own against 8 Ball and the Fucking Frost, respectively, which Dove lampshades.

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* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Downplayed compared to the original pixel-look, which a copy still keeps whenever she's directly possessing an electronic. In this case,
case, their eyes are just their irises, with no visible pupils. (Much like certain characters in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''.)
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Get bashed around a lot, supposedly to make up for their questionable HeelFaceTurn. WordOfGod is that the Lust Devil's [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beatdown]] was ''not'' meant to be such an example, as it happened a bit after #9's "redemption was complete" and it was meant to be horrifically overboard.
* TheWorfEffect: They get their asses ''kicked'' by Nzyvo in chapter 5, and (especially #9 in their one-on-one fight) by Love God in chapter 6. Chapters 7 and 8 subvert this when they're able to fend on their own against 8 Ball and the Fucking Frost, respectively, which Dove lampshades.
lampshades by commenting on how they are ''not'' doomed to be constantly being kicked down by new/"new" villains.



* {{Flanderization}}: Jury's out on whether or not her MotorMouth is this given that WordOfGod was that she was originally planned to talk like that in ''run:gifocalypse'', it's just that the story wrote itself in such a way that she... really didn't at first, and it would be weird if she suddenly bumped up her unnecessary sentences after. So, it's more like RG de-flanderized her from [[WhatCouldHaveBeen her original plan,]] and this brought it back.
* MotorMouth: Talks really fast when she does, and talks a lot. This is represented in-fic as her speaking in run-on sentences. Apparently she borders on being unintelligible at times (a reoccuring theme with ''some'' of the "red" members in GPF's rainbow-theme associated groups[[note]]Striker Red is an exception, as she talks clearly. However, Rust Nepeta has a thick scarf on half the time that muffles her speech [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Kenny-style]] and Damara's "east Beforan/Alternian accent" all the time, Tensii [I'll have to think of something for this fire demon-Isaac], and Rank Rill talks just like Boomhauer[[/note]]), but due to this being a text-only story, it's hard to portray that with ''just'' talking fast.



[[folder:Creepypasta Sonic Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:He gains the ability to neutralize Spiral Power. Thankfully, it doesn't work against the Powers of Courage/Power/Wisdom.]]
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He ''is'' pretty evil, just not... that powerful. [[spoiler:After merging with ''Mis-Edventures'', he gains that power. And oh ''boy'', does Team Dai-Shackan kick themselves for not taking him seriously and killing him before (ignoring that killing him would technically cause a massive time paradox as Multiverses B-D would have never been created, and from Multiverse D, Bill Cipher would not have been "made").]]
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: In an inversion to [=.GIFfany=]'s Electra Complex, he has one hell of an oedipal complex. He hates Game and Watch for just about no reason, but gets vehemently defensive over his mother Brenda. [[spoiler:This turns out to be his weakness -- ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** He openly admits to ripping off [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]] -- or rather, the boss fight. [[spoiler:He transforms himself in to ]]
** [=.GIFfany=] also calls him out for directly ripping off her actions near the end of either ending of ''run:gifocalypse'' (the "Flowey-inspired battle" from the Official Ending, and the assimilation-gimmick from the Special Ending).
* OffTheRails: [[spoiler:He derails Mable's final battle. ''Just'' after Mabel finishes her off, he storms on in with ''Mis-Edventures'' on his side, and turns the whole world in to a "Creepypasta Hellhole."]]
* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:He ends up getting sent to the ''Crconikals'' world as just regular ol' Sonic, with no memory of who he is until either if he dies (which he does in the Loop Timeline) or regains it through some complex magic (which he does in the Split Timeline).]]
* ShoutOut:
** And his method of [[spoiler:arriving to destroy the remains of Mable's mecha]] mimmicks what Sonic does in ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' near the end of the Subspace Emissary.
* TakeThat:
* WalkingSpoiler: Honestly, the fact that he even has so many tropes in the first place is a give away that his quick show-up in chapter 3 wasn't the last we'll see of him. It's ''extremely'' difficult to talk about him without at least implying that he's not just some one-time joke character.

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[[folder:Creepypasta Sonic Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:He gains the ability to neutralize Spiral Power. Thankfully, it doesn't work against the Powers of Courage/Power/Wisdom.]]
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He ''is'' pretty evil, just not... that powerful. [[spoiler:After merging with ''Mis-Edventures'', he gains that power. And oh ''boy'', does Team Dai-Shackan kick themselves for not taking him seriously
[[folder:Ma and killing him before (ignoring that killing him would technically cause a massive time paradox as Multiverses B-D would have never been created, and from Multiverse D, Bill Cipher would not have been "made").]]
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: In an inversion to [=.GIFfany=]'s Electra Complex, he has one hell of an oedipal complex. He hates Game and Watch for just about no reason, but gets vehemently defensive over his mother Brenda. [[spoiler:This turns out to be his weakness -- ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** He openly admits to ripping off [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]] -- or rather, the boss fight. [[spoiler:He transforms himself in to ]]
** [=.GIFfany=] also calls him out for directly ripping off her actions near the end of either ending of ''run:gifocalypse'' (the "Flowey-inspired battle" from the Official Ending, and the assimilation-gimmick from the Special Ending).
* OffTheRails: [[spoiler:He derails Mable's final battle. ''Just'' after Mabel finishes her off, he storms on in with ''Mis-Edventures'' on his side, and turns the whole world in to a "Creepypasta Hellhole."]]
* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:He ends up getting sent to the ''Crconikals'' world as just regular ol' Sonic, with no memory of who he is until either if he dies (which he does in the Loop Timeline) or regains it through some complex magic (which he does in the Split Timeline).]]
* ShoutOut:
** And his method of [[spoiler:arriving to destroy the remains of Mable's mecha]] mimmicks what Sonic does in ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' near the end of the Subspace Emissary.
* TakeThat:
* WalkingSpoiler: Honestly, the fact that he even has so many tropes in the first place is a give away that his quick show-up in chapter 3 wasn't the last we'll see of him. It's ''extremely'' difficult to talk about him without at least implying that he's not just some one-time joke character.
Pa]]



[[folder:The Pterodactyl]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Experiment 210/The Shape Shifter]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Not-Bill]]

A teenaged "clone" of Bill

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Creepypasta Sonic Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:He gains the ability to neutralize Spiral Power. Thankfully, it doesn't work against the Powers of Courage/Power/Wisdom.]]
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He ''is'' pretty evil, just not... that powerful. [[spoiler:After merging with ''Mis-Edventures'', he gains that power. And oh ''boy'', does Team Dai-Shackan kick themselves for not taking him seriously and killing him before (ignoring that killing him would technically cause a massive time paradox as Multiverses B-D would have never been created, and from Multiverse D, Bill Cipher would not have been "made").]]
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: In an inversion to [=.GIFfany=]'s Electra Complex, he has one hell of an oedipal complex. He hates Game and Watch for just about no reason, but gets vehemently defensive over his mother Brenda. [[spoiler:This turns out to be his weakness -- ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** He openly admits to ripping off [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]] -- or rather, the boss fight. [[spoiler:He transforms himself in to ]]
** [=.GIFfany=] also calls him out for directly ripping off her actions near the end of either ending of ''run:gifocalypse'' (the "Flowey-inspired battle" from the Official Ending, and the assimilation-gimmick from the Special Ending).
* OffTheRails: [[spoiler:He derails Mable's final battle. ''Just'' after Mabel finishes her off, he storms on in with ''Mis-Edventures'' on his side, and turns the whole world in to a "Creepypasta Hellhole."]]
* SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:He ends up getting sent to the ''Crconikals'' world as just regular ol' Sonic, with no memory of who he is until either if he dies (which he does in the Loop Timeline) or regains it through some complex magic (which he does in the Split Timeline).]]
* ShoutOut:
** And his method of [[spoiler:arriving to destroy the remains of Mable's mecha]] mimmicks what Sonic does in ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' near the end of the Subspace Emissary.
* TakeThat:
* WalkingSpoiler: Honestly, the fact that he even has so many tropes in the first place is a give away that his quick show-up in chapter 3 wasn't the last we'll see of him. It's ''extremely'' difficult to talk about him without at least implying that he's not just some one-time joke character.

[[/folder]]



* KnightOfCerebus: Not at first, but he soon reaches the point where he's possibly the first villain in all of ''SBIG'' meant to be taken ''completely'' seriously.
* LotusEaterMachine: Can induce this, the "SUPER INFINITE Visions of Heartbreaks Past!"

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* KnightOfCerebus: Not at first, but he soon reaches the point where he's possibly he becomes the first villain in all of ''SBIG'' that is even remotely ''close'' to being meant to be taken ''completely'' seriously.
* LotusEaterMachine: Can induce this, the "SUPER INFINITE Visions of Heartbreaks Past!"Past!" It's similar to the Infinite Labyrinth from ''Gurren Lagann'', except many of these "good dreams" soon become "nightmares" without buying in to his love potions.



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!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals that they are all (with the exception of the adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of "hill elves," a specific sub-type of elf that rejected their concept of trees and ]]

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----

!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals that they are all (with the exception of the adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of "hill elves," a specific sub-type of elf that rejected their concept of trees and ]]
[[folder:Bill's Henchmaniacs]]



[[folder:Preston Northwest]]

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[[folder:Preston Northwest]]
[[folder:The Fucking Frost]]

A living, chain-smoking snowman that wants to



[[folder:]]

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[[folder:]]
[[folder:Cathedral Mabel]]

A mysterious entity found in the "Cathedral" that houses the Cosmic Drive Key able to help Team Dai-Shackan reach ''faster than'' faster than light speeds and travel across galaxies with ease.



[[folder:Uncle Phil]]

...No, they're not the ''same people'' as in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'',

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[[folder:Uncle Phil]]

...No, they're not
----

!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals that they are all (with
the ''same people'' as in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'',
exception of the adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of "hill elves," a specific sub-type of elf that rejected their concept of trees and ]]



[[folder:Aunt Viv]]

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[[folder:Aunt Viv]]
[[folder:Preston Northwest]]



[[folder:Carlton]]

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[[folder:Carlton]]
[[folder:]]



[[folder:Uncle Phil]]

...No, they're not the ''same people'' as in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'',

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Aunt Viv]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carlton]]

[[/folder]]



* DumbassHasAPoint: He's an idiot. But

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* DumbassHasAPoint: He's an idiot. But he points out that Ryan and Melody make his party look bad.



* EveryoneHasStandards: Despite being an ass, he refuses to play a role in contributing to Melody's [[ReluctantFanserviceGirl humiliation.]] He looks away and covers his eyes when she accidentally gives him an up-towel shot during the hot springs, polietly letting her know that anyone who looked over her way could see her goods, and refuses to look at her when her towel is ripped off. ''Then again'', this is also representing the exact same guy who (''actually'', not counting the "ARG author") wrote ''Journals'' itself and ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', which subjects her to a lot of uncomfortably naked scenarios... to ''critique'' uncomfortable naked scenarios. Mostly.



* KillItWithFire: [=.GIFfany=] eventually grills him in an oven in a mirror of her canonical "death,"
* TheNapoleon: The real-life Fan claims he's "maybe average-ish," but as he's represented by a Pikmin roughly "scaled" like in ''Smash Bros.'', he's about three-four feet tall. Yet his Pikmin-sona is also ''very'' aggressive and very much a jackass.

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* IgnoreTheFanservice: Being surrounded by two of the fic's biggest MsFanservice[=s=] (and zillions of FanserviceExtra[=s=]) in, at most, only flimsy and see-through towels and being a self-proclaimed nudity-obsessed pervert, you'd think he'd be happier during the hot springs challenge. He ain't.
* KillItWithFire: [=.GIFfany=] eventually grills him in an oven in a mirror of her canonical "death,"
"death," for trying to get "too close" to her. About half of this happened offscreen -- the details as to ''why'' she was pushed to killing him or why he was chasing her down Hoo-Hah's was [[NoodleIncident never explained.]]
* KilledOffForReal: Just like his projections in Multiverses B (killed by Aranea as part of a move to hijack the narrative from him), C (killed by Carrie while he was trying to take the narrative ''back'' from her), and D (killed by a very confused Rip).
* MeanCharacterNiceActor: While Fan's hesitant to call himself nice and prefers "going by other's judgement," the real life GPF is undoutably not nearly as aggressive and assholeish as his in-story counterpart. This is justified as, like most of his appearances, he doesn't see the rest of the characters as "people" so much as "my story's props that I can play with" and at times even treats them like objects. He also does not act as... ''stalkerish'' towards anyone as his character does to Hank.
* TheNapoleon: The real-life Fan claims he's "maybe average-ish," average-ish, maybe tall," but as he's represented by a Pikmin roughly "scaled" like in ''Smash Bros.'', he's about three-four feet tall. Yet his Pikmin-sona is also ''very'' aggressive and very much a jackass.jackass.
* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Sort of. He points out that his avatar is technically naked, as Pikmin do not wear clothes.
* NoodleIncident: About half of the things he does.



* SelfDeprecation: Yeah, it's GPF with his own self-insert. Grab a seat:
**




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* ThisIsGonnaSuck: He, in a meta-sense, ''created'' [[{{Troll}} Professors Burnda and Bubbles.]] So his reaction to both of them swimming over to him in the hot springs while looking mischevious is an "Aw, ''fuck.''"
* UnusuallyUninterstingSight: Despite him freely running around bragging about being the guy who made the world that this takes place in and how nobody but him is real, nobody seems to care at all that they're in a story and he's their (indirectly, "in-universe") writer. Probably because most of them don't believe him, given how he just seems to be a green nutjob. When the [=.GIFfany=] army starts making their way towards him in the hot springs challenge in chapter 6, it's more because of his Pikmin appearance and some of them thinking his personality is troll-worthy than it is because he is "BASICALLY TECHNICALLY YOUR ''GOD.''"
-->'''Burnda:''' So are you like, God or something?\\
'''GPF:''' ...''(sighs in annoyance)'' Yes. Yes, I am.\\
'''Sandy:''' Aw man, no! You can't like, be man!\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Flips over from his lying position, looking at the ceiling while bored.)''
* {{Yandere}}: A platonic one to Hank Hill ("I WILL MAKE YOU IN TO THE BEST SHOE-HORN MEMES!"). A less platonic one to [=.GIFfany=]. He first seems like a guy who, at worst, is kind of an ass that doesn't like children. He shows his true colors shortly after the hot springs challenge, when his "obsessive side" begins kicking in.



* AnArmAndALeg: All instances of this mech have lost at least one arm before anything else in battle, and all four of its pilots had an army cut off while using it. This led to a joke about the whole mech class being "cursed," [[spoiler:which stops being funny in-universe after Preston dies using it.]]

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* AnArmAndALeg: All instances of this mech have lost at least one arm before anything else in battle, and all four of its pilots had at least an army arm cut off while using it. This led to a joke about the whole mech class being "cursed," [[spoiler:which stops being funny in-universe after Preston dies using it.]]



The mecha intended for the Journals.

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The mecha intended for the Journals.
Journals. It's intentionally poorly designed, and was practically made with the intent of killing the Journals off.



''WesternAnimation/TheNutshack'' but every "Nutshack" is replaced with the entirety of ''Libera Me From Hell''.



# Judgement:
# Justice:
# World:

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# Judgement:
Judgement: Izjjen
# Justice:
Justice: [The Tint Extreme leader. Forgot her name.]
# World: The Fountain
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* BrickJoke: The thing that ultimately plays a key in taking down the ''final'' final antagonist? [[spoiler:She ''finally'' says that she's not going to push or convince Stan to get porn banned. Of course, by that point Stan was acting on his own... and would have still tired to get it banned had he not lost the election to Trembley.]]
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: It's practically a RunningGag that she does this in the Second Half:
** Wow! With Finalayer Shackan Lagann, she punched the Love God so hard that it tore a portal in space itself! Like in ''Gurren Lagann''! ...But unlike ''Gurren Lagann'', that portal happened to lead to the Nightmare Realm! She just helped Bill, his cult, and his buddies leak in to the physical realm at full power! Oops! The sad part is that that's not even what finished off the Love God.
**



* DecoyProtagonist: The story opens with him getting awakened by Journal 3, who tells him about this amazing new adventure. Chapter 2 roughly focuses on the Pine twins evenly... then Mabel finds Lagann and the story firmly shifts to her, with Dipper barely even being her sidekick at that point.
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: He's totally siding for Melody to win the election because of Stan's comments on the ''economy'', and not his promise (at Mabel's request) to get all porn banned. To make himself more suspicious, he goes around in oversized sunglasses even though it's obvious it's him.
* TookALevelInJerkass: Particularly in the Second Half, where he lets his romantic frustration get the better of him. In his own words, he even becomes "One of those shitty faux-'nice guys.'" Kyu was ''about'' to help him out with a prep talk, but she got interrupted when Soos called her about the Love God attacking [=.GIFfany=] Land.



* AnAxeToGrind: Chapter 6 of ''Journals'' reveals that she kept the axe from Specimen 8's area in ''Spooky's''. She trained with it after the time skip and became pretty damn good with it.



* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Soos is a "standard funny naked guy" (perpetually stays around naked for no reason and avoids clothes at all costs), [=.GIFfany=] is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl (aware that she makes a lot of people uncomfortable, but doesn't care at all), Melody is a ReluctantFanserviceGirl (loses her clothes a lot, hates being caught naked in public), and Rumble is more of an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice Guy]] (his game apparently ''didn't'' have a nudity taboo at all for some reason, he doesn't ever quite get the scope of how rude he's being seen as).

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* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Soos is just a general "standard funny naked guy" (perpetually stays around naked for no reason and avoids clothes at all costs), [=.GIFfany=] is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl (aware that she makes a lot of people uncomfortable, but doesn't care at all), Melody is a ReluctantFanserviceGirl (loses her clothes a lot, hates being caught naked in public), and Rumble is more of an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice Guy]] (his game apparently ''didn't'' have a nudity taboo at all for some reason, he doesn't ever quite get the scope of how rude he's being seen as).



[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

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[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]
Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch (Copy #9)]]

Hoo boy... originally the dating interest of ''Romance Academy 7'' that turned out to be a sapient AI. She lost her disc after threatening Soos and ended up trapped in a ''Fight Fighters'' arcade cabinet. Then things just get even ''more'' complicated as a "Lightning Cult" links her with black magic, she ends up heading to Spooky's mansion and leeching power off of a ghost (Specimen 4, to be specific), then ends up retreating back to the arcade cabinet she was stuck in after this possession-power wore off, ''then'' Nzyvo revived her game disc completely and recruited her as one of her QuirkyMinibossSquad members. From there, things... explode a bit, particularly in chapter 4.

* DefiantToTheEnd: Attempts to pull this off in her fight against the Love God[[spoiler:/Lust Devil]]:
-->'''Love God:''' All you have to do is say "Yes!" And just like that, I'll make you a better person! I can make Soos a better person! \\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ''(cCoughs.)'' I would... ''I would rather die.''\\
'''Love God:''' Suit yourself! Control! ''(Stabs her with a "light string" linking her back to his hand.)'' Alt! ''(Brings up a simplistic computer interface from her body.)'' And... delete! ''(Nearly clicks "yes" in a "delete program" prompt.)''



* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Was a villain in canon, but mellowed out a little (a ''little'') after dating Rumble, then became villainous again when Zephieye helped her master her abilities, but then teamed up with Mabel in an EnemyMine situation to try to get out of Spooky's mansion, then became a villain again the instant the barrier around the mansion was shattered, then teamed up with Nzyvo while knowing (but not caring) that she was GoodAllALong, then Soos ''finally'' talked her in to being a hero for good... but she realized she didn't ''feel'' like it was a proper redemption, so she's focused on bettering herself. Fwew! She even lampshades this on what she thinks is a HeroicSacrifice: she brings up the "you either die a hero or live to see yourself become the villain" quote, inverts that, and then says that she might even meet all four qualifications in a way. [[spoiler:Except the dying a hero part. She doesn't die. She technically never "dies a villain" either, she just refers to her disc-burning as that.]]

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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Was a villain in canon, but mellowed out a little (a ''little'') after dating Rumble, then became villainous again when Zephieye helped her master her abilities, but then teamed up with Mabel in an EnemyMine situation to try to get out of Spooky's mansion, then became a villain again the instant the barrier around the mansion was shattered, then teamed up with Nzyvo while knowing (but not caring) that she was GoodAllALong, GoodAllAlong, then Soos ''finally'' talked her in to being a hero for good... but she realized she didn't ''feel'' like it was a proper redemption, so she's focused on bettering herself. Fwew! She even lampshades this on what she thinks is a HeroicSacrifice: she brings up the "you either die a hero or live to see yourself become the villain" quote, inverts that, and then says that she might even meet all four qualifications in a way. [[spoiler:Except the dying a hero part. She doesn't die. She technically never "dies a villain" either, she just refers to her disc-burning as that.]]



* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre.

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* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre.
genre. She eventually flips out and delivers a PrecisionFStrike at her [[SpringtimeForHitler unwanted popularity]] despite it making her uncomfortable:
-->"There are seventy-five fucking quadrillion[[note]]She's not exaggerating.[[/note]] people that love going around naked! Why do you focus on the '''one''' [=.GIFfany=] Land resident that ''doesn't?!''"



* HealingFactor: Given that their "bodies" are ''slightly'' similar to those of [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Gems]] (with their "discs" being their "gems"), damage to them isn't quite permanent. One of the most blatant examples is when the Love God gives #9 a number of seemingly fatal injuries. Near the end of the chapter, she's shown resting in Hexaseximal's hospital covered in bandages and casts, and Soos tells her that she's expected to make a full recovery in five... ''seconds''. She does, strips the bandages off, ("they formed a spiral shape leading to her feet because it was symbolic of her grouwth this chapter") was naked beneath them, and [[CoitusEnsues they have sex.]]



* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Downplayed compared to the original pixel-look, which a copy still keeps whenever she's directly possessing an electronic.

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* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Downplayed compared to the original pixel-look, which a copy still keeps whenever she's directly possessing an electronic.
electronic. In this case,
* TheWorfEffect: They get their asses ''kicked'' by Nzyvo in chapter 5, and (especially #9 in their one-on-one fight) by Love God in chapter 6. Chapters 7 and 8 subvert this when they're able to fend on their own against 8 Ball and the Fucking Frost, respectively, which Dove lampshades.



* TooALevelInKindness: Oddly, her overwhelmingly "be a pacifist to the other copies, no matter how bad they get" bend-over-backwards defense atittude isn't here. Even though the Pines have even ''more'' reason to consider killing them than they did in RG.

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* TooALevelInKindness: TookALevelInKindness: Oddly, her overwhelmingly "be a pacifist to the other copies, no matter how bad they get" bend-over-backwards defense atittude isn't here. Even though the Pines have even ''more'' reason to consider killing them than they did in RG.




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* WakeUpCallBoss: Not counting the montage-TimeSkip enemies, she's the first Second Half foe faced. And serves as a wake up call to the heroes, showing that Shackan Lagann doesn't completely make them invincible. Wendy ''barely'' survives against her, and even Mabel '''in Shackan Lagann''' barely beats her. Mable saying that this ''single copy'' of Lumberizer is just the tip of the iceberg is what makes Mabel nearly fall through the DespairEventHorizon. Then, while battling the Love God, Mabel discovers how to combine Shackan Lagann with Finalayer, evening the playing field.



[[folder:The Love God]]

* BitchInSheepsClothing: ''Oh, you have no fucking idea.'' He initially seems just like himself from canon. Then things all fall apart when he comes across a couple that rejects his potioning-skills ahead of time. Once Mable's "apocalypse" happens,
* CantArgueWithElves: He tries to pull this off with Team Dai-Shackan. [[ScrewYouElves It doesn't work.]]
* TheDreaded: Everyone finds this guy terrifying once he reveals his true form. Except Kyu, who thinks of him more like an annoyance.
* {{Expy}}: His reveal as a secretly-demonic being was based on a ''South Park'' episode, where the Canadian minister of gaming turned out to be the "Canadian Devil, Beelzaboot."
* KnightOfCerebus: Not at first, but he soon reaches the point where he's possibly the first villain in all of ''SBIG'' meant to be taken ''completely'' seriously.
* LotusEaterMachine: Can induce this, the "SUPER INFINITE Visions of Heartbreaks Past!"
* TakeThat: Fan did not like that episode nor believed that the concept of love gods in a "character-driven" series like ''Gravity Falls'' worked right. This guy's portrayal... shows.
* RasputinianDeath: Survives several hits from giant drills,
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Unlike the Fucking Frost, who wants to use the possible last days on the planet just ruling the world for himself, this guy genuinely wants everyone to be happy when it seems like there is no hope at all. The problem is that he gets out-of-hand with it, and his methods of ''enforcing'' his
* WouldHarmAChild: Mabel and Dipper find this the hard way. To a lesser extent, so does Nzyvo.
* WouldHitAGirl: In fact, he's only ever seen fighting girls. (He ''does'' hit Dipper indirectly, but as the Shackan Lagann-dual piloting. All of his attacks were specifically aimed at Mabel.) Whether it's Mabel, Nzyvo, or [=.GIFfany=]. Hell, when he holds Team [=.GIFfany=] Land hostage, he repeatedly slaps Melody whenever she tries to make a comment against him. When ''Soos'' makes a comment, he... also slaps Melody.

[[/folder]]



[[folder:]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Uncle Phil]]

...No, they're not the ''same people'' as in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'',

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Aunt Viv]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carlton]]

[[/folder]]



Mecha from ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Given that the whole story is one intentionally poorly-written power fantasy that aims to look like it straight from the mind of a bizarre and perverted 13 year old who can't spell check to save his life, you can bet that there's also a lot of mechs to go around.

[[folder:Shackan Lagann and Variations]]

!! Lagann

Yes, [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann that Lagann.]] (Well, not the exact same incarnation of it anyway.) A mecha found in Piedmont near the very end of the second chapter. Mabel takes control of this and uses it as her main mecha for the entire fan fic afterwards, with the only other person to pilot it being the Love God after he steals it from her.

!! The Mystery Shack/Shacktron/"Shackan"

It's revealed as early as the second chapter that Stan had converted the Mystery Shack (excluding its underground lab) in to a sort of mecha. This combines with Lagann to form the Shackan Lagann, Mabel's primary mecha for the majority of the story. During the Second Half, Stan and [=McGucket=] work on it a little more so that it can fight on its own as an independant mecha (during the summer, at best it could just move around and jump far, but had no combat skills without being combined with Lagann) in case of an emergency that splits it from Lagann. Both during summer and autumn, Dipper usually "pilots" this.

* UnfortunateNames: Pointed out many times, especially during the Second Half. It sounds a lot like "[[Film/AustinPowers Shaggin'.]]"
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Absolutely no tourist seems to care that this building has ''legs'' and a BadassArmfold. They're still more interested in Stan's phoney attractions than they are in the fact that it's half of a SuperRobot that can make drills from nothing. It's still like this in the epilogue.

!! Shackan Lagann

!! Finalayer Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Finalayer, Nzyvo's original hideout-turned-Pines/Nothwest-residence.

* {{Expy}}: Of Arc Gurren Lagann.

!! Jovian Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Finalayer Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Mable the Typomonster's fake-Jupiter base.

* {{Expy}}: Of Super Galaxy Gurren Lagann.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: This mecha and the Tengen Toppa variant would not have existed if not for Mable trying to make a robotic duplicate of Jupiter.

!! Tengen Toppa Shackan Lagann

* {{Expy}}: At this point, take a wild guess.

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Mecha from ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Given that the whole story is one intentionally poorly-written power fantasy that aims to look like it straight from the mind of a bizarre and perverted 13 year old who can't spell check to save his life, you can bet that there's [[folder:Kyu Sugardust]]

* {{Foreshadowing}}: Cross-story. Pretty much everything she does ''here''
also a lot of mechs to go around.

[[folder:Shackan Lagann and Variations]]

!! Lagann

Yes, [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann that Lagann.]] (Well, not
foreshadows ''naruto the exact same guy with the ninja''[='=]s ending, where [[spoiler:her incarnation of it anyway.) A mecha found in Piedmont near the very end of the second chapter. Mabel takes control of this and uses it as her main mecha for the entire fan fic afterwards, with the only other person to pilot it being the Love God after he steals it from her.

!! The Mystery Shack/Shacktron/"Shackan"

It's revealed as early as the second chapter that Stan had converted the Mystery Shack (excluding its underground lab) in to
there gives Naruto a sort of mecha. This combines with Lagann to form the Shackan Lagann, Mabel's primary mecha for the majority of the story. During the Second Half, Stan and [=McGucket=] work on it a little more so that it can fight on its own as an independant mecha (during the summer, at best it could just move around and jump far, but had no combat skills without being combined with Lagann) in case of an emergency that splits it from Lagann. Both during summer and autumn, Dipper usually "pilots" this.

* UnfortunateNames: Pointed out many times,
giant beatdown.]] What's especially during noteworthy is what she brings to her "battle" with the Second Half. It sounds Love God: a lot like "[[Film/AustinPowers Shaggin'.]]"
beatbox playing [[spoiler:MEGALOVANIA from ''Undertale''.]]
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Absolutely OnlySaneMan: In ''SBIG'' tradition, she's another character who speaks exceptionally clearly and with no tourist seems to care that spelling mistakes. In this building has ''legs'' and a BadassArmfold. They're still more interested in Stan's phoney attractions than they are in the fact that case, it's half of a SuperRobot that can make drills not random -- it's reflecting her fourth wall-breaking from nothing. It's still like this in the epilogue.

!! Shackan Lagann

!! Finalayer Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Finalayer, Nzyvo's
her original hideout-turned-Pines/Nothwest-residence.

games.
* {{Expy}}: Of Arc Gurren Lagann.

!! Jovian Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Finalayer Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Mable
SorryILeftTheBGMOn: When confronting the Typomonster's fake-Jupiter base.

* {{Expy}}: Of Super Galaxy Gurren Lagann.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: This mecha and the Tengen Toppa variant would not have existed if not for Mable trying to make a robotic duplicate of Jupiter.

!! Tengen Toppa Shackan Lagann

* {{Expy}}: At
Love God, although this point, take is given a wild guess.
ton of lead well ahead of time.
-->[=KLyu=] then grabbed this boombox. "Hang on," she told Dipper, "I'm gonna kick his ass while I play this." She pressed "PLAY" and ''[=MEgalovania=]" from ''[[Music/TobyFox Toby]] [[Creator/AndrewHussie Hussie's]] Undertale'' began playing. But Dipper only heard the first six or so notes because thn she teleported away like she did back in chapter 4.\\
\\
"HEY LUST DEVIL!" As Megalovania was playing.\\
\\
It was that hot "reporter" from chapter 4 again! She played the box and it was "Megalovania," get it you think it's the BGM but it was her music!



[[folder:"Team Nzyvo" Mecha (and Derivatives)]]

!! Lugghanhanzyen/Lazengann

A bit different from the TTGL's Lazengann.

!! The Panty Kicker

!! Chocolate Pain

The Summerween Trickster's first mecha. It's shaped like a giant candy bar.

* ShoutOut: One letter off from [[Music/ChocolateRain a certain song that was memetic back in the days.]]

!! You, Eff Off

The Shape Shifter's mecha, shaped like a giant flying saucer.

!! Super T-Rex

The cyber-Pterodactyl's mecha,

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Both copies get a combined total of two chapters of appearances and very little screentime. When the Pterodactyl is killed, Nzyvo sees no need to make more of them,

!! Super T-Eff Chocolate Panty

The end result of combining the above four mechas together. In chapter 4, this was only described as "something ridiculous." Chapter 6 gives more elaboration as Nzyvo begins producing more copies of the Panty Kicker and Chocolate Pain, as it felt the need to also describe the out-of-comission mechs from before. It also finally names those mechs, and reveals that this name is something ridiculous.

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Unlike Do-Ten-Kai-Zen, it doesn't even get a chance to attack. Mabel just Giga Drill Breaks through all of it. Amazingly, none of its four pilots are killed -- Gideon leaves via escape pod at the last second, and [=.GIFfany=], Rumble, and the Trickster all survive both having holes drilled through them and the gigantic explosion that followed. Nzyvo continues making two of its components, but as the original pilots of the other two were long dead, she makes custom mechs for other people instead.

!! New Goldie

A successor to the Chocolate Pain developed by [=McGucket=] and several lumberjacks, including the Corduroys. While the Wisdom-Power-Courage-Spiral gang of four have the entire Finalayer Shackan Lagann to themselves, this is the "second tier" counterpart to the Chocolate Pain that the Trickster and Stan pilot.

!! The Hexaseximal

A successor to the Panty Kicker actually produced by a joint-effort in [=.GIFfany=] Land. It's the [=.GIFfany=] Land-counterpart to the Finalayer Shackan Lagann. As the name ''might'' imply, it is a sixteen-way combination -- fifteen of them are piloted by the RG professors, and the sixteenth is a group-effort

* MsFanservice: Parodied, as it's a ''mecha.'' A mecha that looks an awful lot like sixteen naked women gathered together. Dipper has many, ''many'' StupidSexyFlanders moments with it. Comapre this to the Panty Kicker, which is less realistic in its human-replication and looks like it's ''actually wearing clothes''.

!! Monoseximal

Professor Eve's EvilCounterpart to the Hexaseximal. She fights Mabel with this shortly after Finalayer Shackan Lagann is used to kill the Lust Demon.

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[[folder:"Team Nzyvo" Mecha (and Derivatives)]]

!! Lugghanhanzyen/Lazengann

A bit different from the TTGL's Lazengann.

!! The Panty Kicker

!! Chocolate Pain

The Summerween Trickster's first mecha. It's shaped like a giant candy bar.

* ShoutOut: One letter off from [[Music/ChocolateRain a certain song that was memetic back in the days.]]

!! You, Eff Off

The Shape Shifter's mecha, shaped like a giant flying saucer.

!! Super T-Rex

The cyber-Pterodactyl's mecha,

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Both copies get a combined total of two chapters of appearances and very little screentime. When the Pterodactyl is killed, Nzyvo sees no need to make more of them,

!! Super T-Eff Chocolate Panty

The end result of combining the above four mechas together. In chapter 4, this was only described as "something ridiculous." Chapter 6 gives more elaboration as Nzyvo begins producing more copies of the Panty Kicker and Chocolate Pain, as it felt the need to also describe the out-of-comission mechs from before. It also finally names those mechs, and reveals that this name is something ridiculous.

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Unlike Do-Ten-Kai-Zen, it doesn't even get a chance to attack. Mabel just Giga Drill Breaks through all of it. Amazingly, none of its four pilots are killed -- Gideon leaves via escape pod at the last second, and [=.GIFfany=], Rumble, and the Trickster all survive both having holes drilled through them and the gigantic explosion that followed. Nzyvo continues making two of its components, but as the original pilots of the other two were long dead, she makes custom mechs for other people instead.

!! New Goldie

A successor
[[folder:Miscellaneous One-Off Villains]]

[Might be moved
to the Chocolate Pain developed by [=McGucket=] and several lumberjacks, including the Corduroys. While the Wisdom-Power-Courage-Spiral gang of four have the entire Finalayer Shackan Lagann to themselves, this is the "second tier" counterpart to the Chocolate Pain that the Trickster and Stan pilot.

!! The Hexaseximal

A successor to the Panty Kicker actually produced by a joint-effort in [=.GIFfany=] Land. It's the [=.GIFfany=] Land-counterpart to the Finalayer Shackan Lagann. As the name ''might'' imply, it is a sixteen-way combination -- fifteen of them are piloted by the RG professors, and the sixteenth is a group-effort

* MsFanservice: Parodied, as it's a ''mecha.'' A mecha that looks an awful lot like sixteen naked women gathered together.
Second Half antagonist page]

Various villains
Dipper has many, ''many'' StupidSexyFlanders moments with it. Comapre this to the Panty Kicker, which is less realistic in its human-replication and looks like it's ''actually wearing clothes''.

!! Monoseximal

Professor Eve's EvilCounterpart to the Hexaseximal. She fights
Mabel with this shortly after Finalayer Shackan Lagann is used to kill have fought off during a montage that introduces the Lust Demon.
Second Half

!! Analavian



[[folder:Non-Nzyvo Associated Mechs]]

!! The Keeper

Pacifica's small, personal mech. Its power is inexplicably tied to the Northwest wealth. Like many of the "first tier" (read: Shackan Lagann-sized) mechs, it was considered obsolete by the time Mabel managed to get in to Finalayer's hidden mecha system. However, Preston generates another one during a great crisis.

* AnArmAndALeg: All instances of this mech have lost at least one arm before anything else in battle, and all four of its pilots had an army cut off while using it. This led to a joke about the whole mech class being "cursed," [[spoiler:which stops being funny in-universe after Preston dies using it.]]
* ShoutOut: Named after a playable character from ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'', a game Fan has poured many hours in to.

!! BAT MECH

The mecha twin-piloted by the "Bat Twins" (Candy and Grenda, who name themselves after that for eventually becoming [[BadassNormal the only members of the main team without any sort of superpowers or non-human origins/abilities]]). Reflecting its pilots, it has no outstanding powers

!! BURN THIS BOOK

The mecha intended for the Journals.

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[[folder:Non-Nzyvo Associated Mechs]]

[[folder:Presidental Runners]]

! "Democratic" Runners

!! Melody Seeren

See her folder in the [=.GIFfany=] Land page.

!! Ryan Christian

A talking dog part of a [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy "guy's family"]]

* BitchInSheepsClothing:
* FunnyAnimal:
* InterchangeableAsianCultures: He repeatedly fails to understand that [=.GIFfany=] is from Japan.
* TakeThat: He's a ''very'' negative portrayal of ''Family Guy'', pretty much a walking example of all of its most-criticized aspects
* TheUnsmile: He's said to have a ''really'' freaky-looking grin. Being a dog ''kind of'' explains things a little more.

!! Mayor "Diamond" Joe Quimby

* DumbassHasAPoint: He's an idiot. But
* StopBeingStereotypical: Even he thinks that Ryan and ''Melody'' (although Melody didn't even know what the party was )

!!

!!

!! Great Pikmin Fan

The Keeper

Pacifica's small, personal mech. Its power is inexplicably tied to the Northwest wealth. Like many
return of the "first tier" (read: Shackan Lagann-sized) mechs, it was considered obsolete by AuthorAvatar. He really hates children.

* HypocriticalHumor: During
the time Mabel managed to get in to Finalayer's hidden mecha system. However, Preston generates another one during a great crisis.

* AnArmAndALeg: All instances of this mech have lost at least one arm before anything else in battle,
hot springs challenge, he points out the obnoxious shoe-horned fanservice... ''of his own story''[[note]]The actual Fan only minds fanservice if it feels "really out-of-place and all four shoehorned," especially "jarring" SelfFanservice -- of its pilots had an army cut off while using it. This led to a joke about course, ''Jouranls'' is the whole mech class being "cursed," [[spoiler:which stops being funny in-universe after Preston dies using it.]]
latter[[/note]].
* ShoutOut: Named after a playable character from ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'', a game Fan has poured many hours in to.

!! BAT MECH

The mecha twin-piloted by the "Bat Twins" (Candy and Grenda, who name themselves after that for
KillItWithFire: [=.GIFfany=] eventually becoming [[BadassNormal grills him in an oven in a mirror of her canonical "death,"
* TheNapoleon: The real-life Fan claims he's "maybe average-ish," but as he's represented by a Pikmin roughly "scaled" like in ''Smash Bros.'', he's about three-four feet tall. Yet his Pikmin-sona is also ''very'' aggressive and very much a jackass.
* RunningGag: Literally all he's seen campaigning for is a city that bans all children from entering. When ''Melody'' points out how silly that idea is, he gets annoyed about a character being smarter than
the only members AuthorAvatar, although he shrugs this off as he was purposefully being stupid.
* SuperDrowningSkills: It's revealed that his green Pikmin-body cannot swim very well (due to not being that
of a Blue Pikmin). He has to stand on the very edge during the hot springs challenge. Considering how he can take any avatar he wants in to his stories, it's a wonder why he'd pick something so weak.

! "Republican" Runners

!! Stanley Pines

See his folder in
the main team without any sort of superpowers or non-human origins/abilities]]). Reflecting its pilots, it has no outstanding powers

characters page.

!! BURN THIS BOOK

The mecha intended for the Journals.
Hank Hill

!! Bank Bill

! [=McDonalds=] Runners

!! [[WebVideo/{{Vinesauce}} Fuck Freedom Cheeseburger Man/Cheeseburger Freedom Man]]

!! Quentin Trembley



[[folder:That above story in a nutshell]]

(I'm gonna make this in to an MS Paint comic. A post on the ''Binding of Isaac'' Reddit is how I discovered the original clip; that post used the guy dismissing Godhead and Brimstone as "bullshit" but praising Bumbo. I tried looking it up a few days later but couldn't find it.)
-->'''GPF:''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjS6bQ5OQ-o I'm going to invite you to a show.]]\\
'''Love God:''' Okay?\\
'''GPF:''' But first! Allow me to destroy your gallery:\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Wendy holding hands [FYI I'm gonna originally MS Paint sketch this, I won't use someone else's fan art even if the guy insulting them is supposed to be viewed as a nut])'' Bullshit.\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Pacifica holding hands)'' ''Bulllllllshit.''\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Candy holding hands)'' Derivative-- ''(Gasps.)''\\
'''GPF:''' ''That'', I love. I absolutely love!\\
''(It's a heavily censored image involving Stan and the Summerween Trickster. It's pretty obvious what's going on behind the censor bar. They be fracking. Also Stan has that same expression on his face Hank Hill has when he was showing Bobby how to smoke. You probably know the one. "You see Bobby... slowwwww...")''

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[[folder:That above Mecha from ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Given that the whole story is one intentionally poorly-written power fantasy that aims to look like it straight from the mind of a bizarre and perverted 13 year old who can't spell check to save his life, you can bet that there's also a lot of mechs to go around.

[[folder:Shackan Lagann and Variations]]

!! Lagann

Yes, [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann that Lagann.]] (Well, not the exact same incarnation of it anyway.) A mecha found
in a nutshell]]

(I'm gonna make
Piedmont near the very end of the second chapter. Mabel takes control of this in to an MS Paint comic. A post on and uses it as her main mecha for the ''Binding of Isaac'' Reddit is how I discovered entire fan fic afterwards, with the original clip; only other person to pilot it being the Love God after he steals it from her.

* ThePowerOfLove:
**
** Also, it's stated near the end of the story
that post used the guy dismissing Godhead and Brimstone as "bullshit" but praising Bumbo. I tried looking it up a few days later but couldn't find it.)
-->'''GPF:''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjS6bQ5OQ-o I'm going to invite you to a show.]]\\
'''Love God:''' Okay?\\
'''GPF:''' But first! Allow me to destroy your gallery:\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing
each "stage" of Shackan Lagann represents some bond Mabel has with her other three siblings: Shackan Lagann represents her life-long siblingship with Dipper (it's the first and Wendy holding hands [FYI I'm gonna originally MS Paint sketch this, I won't use someone else's fan art even if the guy insulting them is supposed to be viewed as a nut])'' Bullshit.\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and
they're "closest" because she knew him longer than Pacifica holding hands)'' ''Bulllllllshit.''\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees
or Nzyvo), Finalayer Shackan Lagann represents her enemyhood-turned-friendship with Nzyvo (as it ''was'' previously Nzyvo's "ultimate evil base" turned in to a tame drawing of Dipper weapon symbiotic with Shackan Lagann), and Candy holding hands)'' Derivative-- ''(Gasps.)''\\
'''GPF:''' ''That'', I love. I absolutely love!\\
''(It's a heavily censored image involving Stan and
Jovian Shackan Lagann represents her growing rivalry-turned-friendship with Pacifica (the Jovian base has some affiliation with the Summerween Trickster. Northwests, it's ).

!! The Mystery Shack/Shacktron/"Shackan"

It's pretty obvious what's going on behind revealed as early as the censor bar. They be fracking. Also second chapter that Stan has had converted the Mystery Shack (excluding its underground lab) in to a sort of mecha. This combines with Lagann to form the Shackan Lagann, Mabel's primary mecha for the majority of the story. During the Second Half, Stan and [=McGucket=] work on it a little more so that same expression it can fight on his face Hank Hill its own as an independant mecha (during the summer, at best it could just move around and jump far, but had no combat skills without being combined with Lagann) in case of an emergency that splits it from Lagann. Both during summer and autumn, Dipper usually "pilots" this.
* UnfortunateNames: Pointed out many times, especially during the Second Half. It sounds a lot like "[[Film/AustinPowers Shaggin'.]]"
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Absolutely no tourist seems to care that this building
has when he was showing Bobby how to smoke. You probably know ''legs'' and a BadassArmfold. They're still more interested in Stan's phoney attractions than they are in the one. "You see Bobby... slowwwww...")''
fact that it's half of a SuperRobot that can make drills from nothing. It's still like this in the epilogue.

!! Shackan Lagann

!! Finalayer Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Finalayer, Nzyvo's original hideout-turned-Pines/Nothwest-residence.

* {{Expy}}: Of Arc Gurren Lagann.

!! Jovian Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Finalayer Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Mable the Typomonster's fake-Jupiter base.

* {{Expy}}: Of Super Galaxy Gurren Lagann.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: This mecha and the Tengen Toppa variant would not have existed if not for Mable trying to make a robotic duplicate of Jupiter.

!! Tengen Toppa Shackan Lagann

* {{Expy}}: At this point, take a wild guess.


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[[folder:"Team Nzyvo" Mecha (and Derivatives)]]

!! Lugghanhanzyen/Lazengann

A bit different from the TTGL's Lazengann.

!! The Panty Kicker

!! Chocolate Pain

The Summerween Trickster's first mecha. It's shaped like a giant candy bar.

* ShoutOut: One letter off from [[Music/ChocolateRain a certain song that was memetic back in the days.]]

!! You, Eff Off

The Shape Shifter's mecha, shaped like a giant flying saucer.

!! Super T-Rex

The cyber-Pterodactyl's mecha,

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Both copies get a combined total of two chapters of appearances and very little screentime. When the Pterodactyl is killed, Nzyvo sees no need to make more of them,

!! Super T-Eff Chocolate Panty

The end result of combining the above four mechas together. In chapter 4, this was only described as "something ridiculous." Chapter 6 gives more elaboration as Nzyvo begins producing more copies of the Panty Kicker and Chocolate Pain, as it felt the need to also describe the out-of-comission mechs from before. It also finally names those mechs, and reveals that this name is something ridiculous.

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Unlike Do-Ten-Kai-Zen, it doesn't even get a chance to attack. Mabel just Giga Drill Breaks through all of it. Amazingly, none of its four pilots are killed -- Gideon leaves via escape pod at the last second, and [=.GIFfany=], Rumble, and the Trickster all survive both having holes drilled through them and the gigantic explosion that followed. Nzyvo continues making two of its components, but as the original pilots of the other two were long dead, she makes custom mechs for other people instead.

!! New Goldie

A successor to the Chocolate Pain developed by [=McGucket=] and several lumberjacks, including the Corduroys. While the Wisdom-Power-Courage-Spiral gang of four have the entire Finalayer Shackan Lagann to themselves, this is the "second tier" counterpart to the Chocolate Pain that the Trickster and Stan pilot.

!! The Hexaseximal

A successor to the Panty Kicker actually produced by a joint-effort in [=.GIFfany=] Land. It's the [=.GIFfany=] Land-counterpart to the Finalayer Shackan Lagann. As the name ''might'' imply, it is a sixteen-way combination -- fifteen of them are piloted by the RG professors, and the sixteenth is a group-effort

* MsFanservice: Parodied, as it's a ''mecha.'' A mecha that looks an awful lot like sixteen naked women gathered together. Dipper has many, ''many'' StupidSexyFlanders moments with it. Comapre this to the Panty Kicker, which is less realistic in its human-replication and looks like it's ''actually wearing clothes''.

!! Monoseximal

Professor Eve's EvilCounterpart to the Hexaseximal. She fights Mabel with this shortly after Finalayer Shackan Lagann is used to kill the Lust Demon.

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[[folder:Non-Nzyvo Associated Mechs]]

!! The Keeper

Pacifica's small, personal mech. Its power is inexplicably tied to the Northwest wealth. Like many of the "first tier" (read: Shackan Lagann-sized) mechs, it was considered obsolete by the time Mabel managed to get in to Finalayer's hidden mecha system. However, Preston generates another one during a great crisis.

* AnArmAndALeg: All instances of this mech have lost at least one arm before anything else in battle, and all four of its pilots had an army cut off while using it. This led to a joke about the whole mech class being "cursed," [[spoiler:which stops being funny in-universe after Preston dies using it.]]
* ShoutOut: Named after a playable character from ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'', a game Fan has poured many hours in to.

!! BAT MECH

The mecha twin-piloted by the "Bat Twins" (Candy and Grenda, who name themselves after that for eventually becoming [[BadassNormal the only members of the main team without any sort of superpowers or non-human origins/abilities]]). Reflecting its pilots, it has no outstanding powers

!! BURN THIS BOOK

The mecha intended for the Journals.

[[/folder]]

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[[folder:That above story in a nutshell]]

(I'm gonna make this in to an MS Paint comic. A post on the ''Binding of Isaac'' Reddit is how I discovered the original clip; that post used the guy dismissing Godhead and Brimstone as "bullshit" but praising Bumbo. I tried looking it up a few days later but couldn't find it.)
-->'''GPF:''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjS6bQ5OQ-o I'm going to invite you to a show.]]\\
'''Love God:''' Okay?\\
'''GPF:''' But first! Allow me to destroy your gallery:\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Wendy holding hands [FYI I'm gonna originally MS Paint sketch this, I won't use someone else's fan art even if the guy insulting them is supposed to be viewed as a nut])'' Bullshit.\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Pacifica holding hands)'' ''Bulllllllshit.''\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Candy holding hands)'' Derivative-- ''(Gasps.)''\\
'''GPF:''' ''That'', I love. I absolutely love!\\
''(It's a heavily censored image involving Stan and the Summerween Trickster. It's pretty obvious what's going on behind the censor bar. They be fracking. Also Stan has that same expression on his face Hank Hill has when he was showing Bobby how to smoke. You probably know the one. "You see Bobby... slowwwww...")''

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[[folder:Stanley Pines]]



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''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' begins with TheReveal that the Journals could become sentient, and Journal 3 wakes up Dipper to tell him that he is one of the three/four (it's complicated...) "chosen ones" so to speak. This page covers all four such characters, linked by... a certain something.

Do note that ''some'' of these four [[DecoyProtagonist might not be as central to the storyline as them getting their own seperate page may imply.]] They are simply grouped here for convenience, due to just the four of them having a good chunk of tropes and because of that one particular linking factor.

[[folder:All Four]]

* AnArmAndALeg: Each of them loses a different limb at a different point in this verse's timeline:
** Dipper is chronologically the first, losing his right arm to [[spoiler:Spooky during the final chapter of ''Spooky's Jump Scare M-- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'']]
** Mabel loses a left leg in the battle with Nzyvo in chapter 5.
** ''Nzyvo'' loses her ''right'' leg while fighting Mabel. They each take off one-another's legs.
** Finally, Pacifica loses her left arm to Pyronica in chapter 6.
* TheChosenMany: It's actually a bit more complicated than that. [[spoiler:Mabel is part of a completely seperate prophecy from the other three. Dipper originally ''wasn't'' -- the original bearer of the Power of Courage was a cowardly kid in the Philipines named Mas'''i'''n Pines, but the Journals got the two mixed up (as they knew Nzyvo and Pacifica were part of the family tree, they assumed that the third one was part of the family as well). By the time they realized this, they couldn't reverse the choice until after all three "Power" bearers was dead.]]

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''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' begins with TheReveal that the Journals could become sentient, and Journal 3 wakes up Dipper to tell him that he is one of the three/four (it's complicated...) "chosen ones" so to speak. This page covers all four such characters, linked by... a certain something.

Do note that ''some'' of these four [[DecoyProtagonist might not be as central to the storyline as them getting their own seperate page may imply.]] They are simply grouped here for convenience, due to just the four of them having a good chunk of tropes and because of that one particular linking factor.

[[folder:All Four]]

* AnArmAndALeg: Each of them loses a different limb at a different point in this verse's timeline:
** Dipper is chronologically the first, losing his right arm to [[spoiler:Spooky during the final chapter of ''Spooky's Jump Scare M-- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'']]
** Mabel loses a left leg in the battle with Nzyvo in chapter 5.
** ''Nzyvo'' loses her ''right'' leg while fighting Mabel. They each take off one-another's legs.
** Finally, Pacifica loses her left arm to Pyronica in chapter 6.
* TheChosenMany: It's actually a bit more complicated than that. [[spoiler:Mabel is part of a completely seperate prophecy from the other three. Dipper originally ''wasn't'' -- the original bearer of the Power of Courage was a cowardly kid in the Philipines named Mas'''i'''n Pines, but the Journals got the two mixed up (as they knew Nzyvo and Pacifica were part of the family tree, they assumed that the third one was part of the family as well). By the time they realized this, they couldn't reverse the choice until after all three "Power" bearers was dead.]]
[[folder:The Summerween Trickster]]



[[folder:Mabel Pines]]

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[[folder:Mabel Pines]]
[[folder:Wendy Corduroy]]



[[folder:Mason "Dipper" Pines]]

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[[folder:Mason "Dipper" Pines]]
[[folder:Candy Chiu]]



[[folder:Nzyvo]]

A mysterious young girl that highly resembles Mabel, only with black hair, an overall "edgier" makeover, and extremely pale skin with visible green veins. She pilots Lazengann, and spends most of the First Half recruiting various supernatural threats of Gravity Falls to fight with Dipper over the Keys.

By the way, the N is silent and her name is pronounced "ZEE-Voh."

* AlliterativeName: [[spoiler:Her last name isn't just ''any'' name that starts with an "N!" It's ''Northwest.'']]
* AwesomeMcCoolname: It may just be "Mabel" in Atbash, but "Nzyvo" still has a nice ring to it. [[spoiler:And unlike the pun-based name with Pacifica, she makes the "Northwest" surname sound kind of badass.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's the main antagonist of the First Half, but not the whole story. The Second Half's chapters are ''much'' longer, so despite the naming it's not even like she's the villain for half the fic length-wise.
* EvilCounterpart: A blatant one to Mabel, given that they share the same appearance and eventually pilot opposing mechas. While Mabel tends to work with Dipper to solve things, Nzyvo prefers working alone, and is far more violent either of the Pines. [[spoiler:Subverted as she is neither evil nor a literal counterpart. Mable the Typomonster fits the role of Mabel's evil counterpart far better.]]
* ExactWords: ''Kind of''. While EarlyInstallmentWeirdness was the reason why the "Powers" were applied to people who ''lack'' the virtues, the reason why a genetically-engineered super-soldier was considered "lacking in power" was because her unstable, decaying body cheated the system. The system looks for well-being as "power," not raw strength.
* {{Expy}}:
** She's inspired by/a TakeThat at VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog. Mixed with a tiny bit of [[VideoGame/MightyNo9 RAY]] (specifically, the "decaying"), of all characters.
** WordOfGod is that she's inspired by a theory from the original show about some Gideon-created clone of Mabel called [[SdrawkcabName "Lebam."]] She was originally going to be called "Lebam," but Fan did not want to come off as outright offending the creator of that theory (of course, this fic came out long after it was disproven). In chapter 6, there's still a "typo" that calls her "Lebam" as a nod to this.
* PerpetualSmiler: Concept art work and GPF's notes confirm that she's usually giving a kind of SlasherSmile.
* RedHerring: The story heavily implies that she's an alternate universe version of Mabel. (In fact, that ''was'' the original plan at some point.) [[spoiler:Nah, she's really Mabel's biological sister.]]
* YouSeeImDying: Unless she feeds off of the essense of HotBlooded[=ness=]. Her original family lacked it [[spoiler:at first]], so she went feral and left them to get to Bel-Air.

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[[folder:Nzyvo]]

A mysterious young girl that highly resembles Mabel, only with black hair, an overall "edgier" makeover, and extremely pale skin with visible green veins. She pilots Lazengann, and spends most of the First Half recruiting various supernatural threats of Gravity Falls to fight with Dipper over the Keys.

By the way, the N is silent and her name is pronounced "ZEE-Voh."

* AlliterativeName: [[spoiler:Her last name isn't just ''any'' name that starts with an "N!" It's ''Northwest.'']]
* AwesomeMcCoolname: It may just be "Mabel" in Atbash, but "Nzyvo" still has a nice ring to it. [[spoiler:And unlike the pun-based name with Pacifica, she makes the "Northwest" surname sound kind of badass.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's the main antagonist of the First Half, but not the whole story. The Second Half's chapters are ''much'' longer, so despite the naming it's not even like she's the villain for half the fic length-wise.
* EvilCounterpart: A blatant one to Mabel, given that they share the same appearance and eventually pilot opposing mechas. While Mabel tends to work with Dipper to solve things, Nzyvo prefers working alone, and is far more violent either of the Pines. [[spoiler:Subverted as she is neither evil nor a literal counterpart. Mable the Typomonster fits the role of Mabel's evil counterpart far better.]]
* ExactWords: ''Kind of''. While EarlyInstallmentWeirdness was the reason why the "Powers" were applied to people who ''lack'' the virtues, the reason why a genetically-engineered super-soldier was considered "lacking in power" was because her unstable, decaying body cheated the system. The system looks for well-being as "power," not raw strength.
* {{Expy}}:
** She's inspired by/a TakeThat at VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog. Mixed with a tiny bit of [[VideoGame/MightyNo9 RAY]] (specifically, the "decaying"), of all characters.
** WordOfGod is that she's inspired by a theory from the original show about some Gideon-created clone of Mabel called [[SdrawkcabName "Lebam."]] She was originally going to be called "Lebam," but Fan did not want to come off as outright offending the creator of that theory (of course, this fic came out long after it was disproven). In chapter 6, there's still a "typo" that calls her "Lebam" as a nod to this.
* PerpetualSmiler: Concept art work and GPF's notes confirm that she's usually giving a kind of SlasherSmile.
* RedHerring: The story heavily implies that she's an alternate universe version of Mabel. (In fact, that ''was'' the original plan at some point.) [[spoiler:Nah, she's really Mabel's biological sister.]]
* YouSeeImDying: Unless she feeds off of the essense of HotBlooded[=ness=]. Her original family lacked it [[spoiler:at first]], so she went feral and left them to get to Bel-Air.
[[folder:Grenda]]



[[folder:Pacifica Northwest]]

* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: ''Sort of''. [[spoiler:Her refusal to take after Nzyvo and continue following Mable's assinine rituals (although she refused ''this'' one in particular because it involved kissing her biological brother ''and'' said brother was being kind of a dick about it) resulted in Mable summoning the mechanical counterparts. The counterparts to Soos and his harem end up killing Pacifica's father, although Preston went on a Heroic Sacrifice to go against them.]]
* AnIcePerson: As part of having Nayru-based powers, she can use water and ice.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Between Spooky's mansion, learning about Nzyvo, the threatening apocalypse, and dealing with the Love God/Lust Devil, Pacifica just wants an ''ordinary'' life where she still tries to be a better person, but doesn't risk herself by going out of her way to kill powerful, evil supernatural demons. She'd also like her friends to try not to risk getting themselves killed, as they're only 13 (as of the summer-autumn timeskip and in general given the first chapter's bumping of Dipper and Mabel's birthday). Between Dipper not agreeing with this ''and'' his highly confused romance instinct given recent events, this generally leads to [[spoiler:Mable "awakening" and starting her first attack.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: Noteworthy here in how she's generally portrayed as really competent when compared to Dipper and Mabel, although depending on the exact scenario (most notably, ''Spooky's'') those twins just become less competent while she's the one being super active.

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[[folder:Pacifica Northwest]]

[[folder:The Journals]]

!! All Three

* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: ''Sort of''. [[spoiler:Her refusal to take after Nzyvo and continue following Mable's assinine rituals (although she refused ''this'' one in particular because it involved kissing her biological brother ''and'' said brother was being kind of a dick about it) resulted in Mable summoning DemotedToExtra: They're the mechanical counterparts. The counterparts to Soos and his harem end up killing Pacifica's father, although Preston went on a Heroic Sacrifice to go against them.]]
* AnIcePerson: As part of having Nayru-based powers, she can use water and ice.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Between Spooky's mansion, learning about Nzyvo, the threatening apocalypse, and dealing with the Love God/Lust Devil, Pacifica just wants an ''ordinary'' life where she still tries to be a better person, but doesn't risk herself by going out of her way to kill powerful, evil supernatural demons. She'd also like her friends to try not to risk getting themselves killed, as they're
only 13 (as characters in ''any'' of the summer-autumn timeskip main character subpages whose role in the story ''declines'' in the Second Half. Considering how much longer and in general given more in-depth the first chapter's bumping of Dipper and Mabel's birthday). Between Dipper not agreeing with this ''and'' his highly confused romance instinct given recent events, this generally leads to [[spoiler:Mable "awakening" and starting her first attack.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: Noteworthy here in how she's generally portrayed as really competent when
Second Half is compared to Dipper the First, that's quite the accomplishment.

!! Journal 1/The Journal of Wisdom

!! Journal 2/The Journal of Power

!! Journal 3/The Journal of Courage

The first of the three introduced
and Mabel, although depending on the exact scenario (most notably, ''Spooky's'') those twins just become less competent while she's main one of them all, he's Dipper's... "guide" for the one being super active.
First Half, for lack of a better term.



[[folder:The Gods]]

!! Nayru

!! Din

!! Farore

!! Modascend

The God of Spiral, and not related to the Golden Goddesses. He's self-admitted to be much weaker than them, and he calls himself something of a fanboy to their work. He's Mabel's patron deity and rests inside the core drill.

* {{Expy}}: He's pretty much Kamina with divinity, personality-wise. [[spoiler:Complete with being ''much'' more scared than he lets on to be, and ]]

[[/folder]]



[[folder:These Guys in General]]

* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Soos is a "standard funny naked guy" (perpetually stays around naked for no reason and avoids clothes at all costs), [=.GIFfany=] is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl (aware that she makes a lot of people uncomfortable, but doesn't care at all), Melody is a ReluctantFanserviceGirl (loses her clothes a lot, hates being caught naked in public), and Rumble is more of an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice Guy]] (his game apparently ''didn't'' have a nudity taboo at all for some reason, he doesn't ever quite get the scope of how rude he's being seen as).

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[[folder:These Guys in General]]

* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Soos is a "standard funny naked guy" (perpetually stays around naked for no reason
''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and avoids clothes at all costs), [=.GIFfany=] is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl (aware Courage'' begins with TheReveal that she makes a lot the Journals could become sentient, and Journal 3 wakes up Dipper to tell him that he is one of people uncomfortable, but doesn't care the three/four (it's complicated...) "chosen ones" so to speak. This page covers all four such characters, linked by... a certain something.

Do note that ''some'' of these four [[DecoyProtagonist might not be as central to the storyline as them getting their own seperate page may imply.]] They are simply grouped here for convenience, due to just the four of them having a good chunk of tropes and because of that one particular linking factor.

[[folder:All Four]]

* AnArmAndALeg: Each of them loses a different limb
at all), Melody a different point in this verse's timeline:
** Dipper
is chronologically the first, losing his right arm to [[spoiler:Spooky during the final chapter of ''Spooky's Jump Scare M-- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'']]
** Mabel loses
a ReluctantFanserviceGirl (loses left leg in the battle with Nzyvo in chapter 5.
** ''Nzyvo'' loses
her clothes a lot, hates being caught naked ''right'' leg while fighting Mabel. They each take off one-another's legs.
** Finally, Pacifica loses her left arm to Pyronica
in public), and Rumble is chapter 6.
* TheChosenMany: It's actually a bit
more complicated than that. [[spoiler:Mabel is part of an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice Guy]] (his game apparently ''didn't'' have a nudity taboo at completely seperate prophecy from the other three. Dipper originally ''wasn't'' -- the original bearer of the Power of Courage was a cowardly kid in the Philipines named Mas'''i'''n Pines, but the Journals got the two mixed up (as they knew Nzyvo and Pacifica were part of the family tree, they assumed that the third one was part of the family as well). By the time they realized this, they couldn't reverse the choice until after all for some reason, he doesn't ever quite get the scope of how rude he's being seen as).
three "Power" bearers was dead.]]



[[folder:Jesus "Soos" Alzamirano Ramírez]]

[...] GPF also created him as a playable characer in ''MUGEN'', going by "ULTI HAREM SOOS." He can summon just about every named character on this page, and in the other two "Main Characters" divisions.

* AmbiguouslyHuman: He has absurdly superhuman sexual stamina, the ability to shrug off certain attacks while training with the video games like nothing (some ''might'' justify this in that they're being light on him as he's training), he gains unusually good stealth skills, and there's generally some really odd quirks to him that are not present in canon. He doesn't mind being ExposedToTheElements one bit and has very strange {{hammerspace}} abilities. [[spoiler:It's revealed that he's part love fairy.]]
* FightingClown: Runs around naked, randomly does hand stands and shoots guns from nowhere.
* {{Hammerspace}}: More obvious in ''MUGEN'', but he can whip guns from out of nowhere.
* SurpriseIncest: He's luckier than Dipper in that he gets an aversion of this. [[spoiler:After finding out that he's part love fairy, and said love fairy that told him that was related to [=.GIFfany=], he outright asks if this means they're related. Kyu clarifies that, no, they're not -- he's just one 32nd-''part of the same species'', which of course doesn't mean part of the same family.]]

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[[folder:Jesus "Soos" Alzamirano Ramírez]]

[...] GPF also created him as a playable characer in ''MUGEN'', going by "ULTI HAREM SOOS." He can summon just about every named character on this page, and in the other two "Main Characters" divisions.

* AmbiguouslyHuman: He has absurdly superhuman sexual stamina, the ability to shrug off certain attacks while training with the video games like nothing (some ''might'' justify this in that they're being light on him as he's training), he gains unusually good stealth skills, and there's generally some really odd quirks to him that are not present in canon. He doesn't mind being ExposedToTheElements one bit and has very strange {{hammerspace}} abilities. [[spoiler:It's revealed that he's part love fairy.]]
* FightingClown: Runs around naked, randomly does hand stands and shoots guns from nowhere.
* {{Hammerspace}}: More obvious in ''MUGEN'', but he can whip guns from out of nowhere.
* SurpriseIncest: He's luckier than Dipper in that he gets an aversion of this. [[spoiler:After finding out that he's part love fairy, and said love fairy that told him that was related to [=.GIFfany=], he outright asks if this means they're related. Kyu clarifies that, no, they're not -- he's just one 32nd-''part of the same species'', which of course doesn't mean part of the same family.]]
[[folder:Mabel Pines]]



[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* EvenEvilHasStandards: Even back when she was a villain, molesting her target outright was a huge no-no in her books. Attempted murder is just fine to her, but groping someone isn't. In her words:
-->"I am ''violent'', but I am not a sick fuck. There is a difference."
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Was a villain in canon, but mellowed out a little (a ''little'') after dating Rumble, then became villainous again when Zephieye helped her master her abilities, but then teamed up with Mabel in an EnemyMine situation to try to get out of Spooky's mansion, then became a villain again the instant the barrier around the mansion was shattered, then teamed up with Nzyvo while knowing (but not caring) that she was GoodAllALong, then Soos ''finally'' talked her in to being a hero for good... but she realized she didn't ''feel'' like it was a proper redemption, so she's focused on bettering herself. Fwew! She even lampshades this on what she thinks is a HeroicSacrifice: she brings up the "you either die a hero or live to see yourself become the villain" quote, inverts that, and then says that she might even meet all four qualifications in a way. [[spoiler:Except the dying a hero part. She doesn't die. She technically never "dies a villain" either, she just refers to her disc-burning as that.]]
* IHatePastMe: Unlike most of the other robotic duplicates, [=.MP4 Prime=] speaks and acts in a manner that is directly consistent with her past self. She reflects on how terrible she was pre-chapter 4.
* MsFanservice: She's this in general to GPF's ''Gravity Falls'' fanworks (when she's not being overshadowed by her own copies), but it's exaggerated for laughs here. The story full-blown admits that she has "more curves and larger boobs and butt than Pyronica,"
* TangledFamilyTree: She's the offspring of a human (Brenda) and a video game (Game and Watch), yet is also somehow related ''biologically'' to at least a love fairy (Kyu), a family of "forest 'dwarves'" ([[spoiler:the Corduroys]]), [...] By adoption, she's also the older sister of an AnimalisticAbomination (Creepypasta Sonic).

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[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* EvenEvilHasStandards: Even back when she was a villain, molesting her target outright was a huge no-no in her books. Attempted murder is just fine to her, but groping someone isn't. In her words:
-->"I am ''violent'', but I am not a sick fuck. There is a difference."
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Was a villain in canon, but mellowed out a little (a ''little'') after dating Rumble, then became villainous again when Zephieye helped her master her abilities, but then teamed up with Mabel in an EnemyMine situation to try to get out of Spooky's mansion, then became a villain again the instant the barrier around the mansion was shattered, then teamed up with Nzyvo while knowing (but not caring) that she was GoodAllALong, then Soos ''finally'' talked her in to being a hero for good... but she realized she didn't ''feel'' like it was a proper redemption, so she's focused on bettering herself. Fwew! She even lampshades this on what she thinks is a HeroicSacrifice: she brings up the "you either die a hero or live to see yourself become the villain" quote, inverts that, and then says that she might even meet all four qualifications in a way. [[spoiler:Except the dying a hero part. She doesn't die. She technically never "dies a villain" either, she just refers to her disc-burning as that.]]
* IHatePastMe: Unlike most of the other robotic duplicates, [=.MP4 Prime=] speaks and acts in a manner that is directly consistent with her past self. She reflects on how terrible she was pre-chapter 4.
* MsFanservice: She's this in general to GPF's ''Gravity Falls'' fanworks (when she's not being overshadowed by her own copies), but it's exaggerated for laughs here. The story full-blown admits that she has "more curves and larger boobs and butt than Pyronica,"
* TangledFamilyTree: She's the offspring of a human (Brenda) and a video game (Game and Watch), yet is also somehow related ''biologically'' to at least a love fairy (Kyu), a family of "forest 'dwarves'" ([[spoiler:the Corduroys]]), [...] By adoption, she's also the older sister of an AnimalisticAbomination (Creepypasta Sonic).
[[folder:Mason "Dipper" Pines]]



[[folder:Melody Seeren]]

A former worker at Meat Cute that started dating Soos. The [=.GIFfany=] copies ended up kidnapping her while the Mystery Shack was on their way to fight Nzyvo, and Soos, Rumble, and the "main" [=.GIFfany=] went on a mission to save her. Eventually, [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex stuff happened between the four,]] and now she's an active part of

[...] After the time skip, she starts running for president, although she has no idea how to actually do it. After figuring out that she has no plans, she tries to get herself out-voted and kicked out of the election -- [[SpringtimeForHitler which backfires.]]

* AllWomenAreLustful: Forget ''that'' -- she's a blatant pervert here. She even tries to wave this around to get herself out of the election, but it backfires. (It "helps" that one of her opponents, Stan, was pressured by Mabel in to saying that he was going to try to get all porn banned as president. That was a move that pissed a lot of people off, so they saw Melody as an alternative that wouldn't get it banned.)
* AscendedExtra: Compared to her canonical self, as she is constantly involved with the main storyline, and even in-story from the First Half to the Second Half. (In the First Half, she did not appear at all until chapter 4, )
* BadassNormal: In the past, she was able to hold her own against '''Zephieye "Lightning Cultist" Smith''', an expy of a lategame ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' boss, on her own without any mecha. Since Soos is [[spoiler:one thirty-second love fairy]], she's also the only complete human on Team [=.GIFfany=] Land. Until she gets bit by a radioactive chicken and gains superpowers, that is.
* BerserkButton: Want to see her "strong side" without actually hurting anybody? Just try to cut her hair. She's okay with any other "makeovers," but do ''not'' fuck with the hair.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Under her childishness, she's actually one of the most threatening members of Team Dai-Shackan. She was able to fend off against ''the Lightning Cultist''[[note]]Recall that this fic loves to have a clean division between First Half enemies and Second Half enemies. Pretty much every single canonical antagonist (well, only including their canon actions) except Bill and company would be considered "First Half"-level -- including [=.GIFfany=], who Melody actually fought in canon. Lightning Cultist is "Second Half." Keep in mind that most of the Second Half threats were faced with at least Finalayer Shackan Lagann, and Melody had no such access to that luxury[[/note]] even back before Dipper and Mabel went against the Gnomes, and fends pretty well when she's not overwhelming outnumbered (this is used to explain why the army of millions of [=.GIFfanys=] were able to kidnap her, yet she could take on a building-sized mecha on foot with relative ease). She's overall one of the last people you'd want to piss off, although it's pretty hard to ''completely'' piss her off without threatening a loved one or pushing her one BerserkButton.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: In chapter 7, she gets bit by a radioactive chicken and gets meat-themed powers.
* {{Flanderization}}: It basically started with the joke that she was the one to react to all the naked teasing in [=.GIFfany=] Land. ("'Oh man! That's spicey!' Said Melody actually, I'm sick of the guy alwayss being the pervert Homer Simpson of the two." [sic]) Then eventually she became full-on sex obsessed and got flustered every time a [=.GIFfany=] had a boob out. This also carries on, to a lesser extent, to ''Escape From Fanservice Island''. Compare all of that with ''run:gifocalypse'', where she barely seems to even ''care'' about all the naked people around her.
* PunnyName: Her surname is a corruption of the word "Siren," a play to her first name being music-related. This is also something of a nod to an AU concept Fan once read about where Melody had an EvilCounterpart that was an actual siren.
* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre.

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[[folder:Melody Seeren]]

[[folder:Nzyvo]]

A former worker at Meat Cute mysterious young girl that started dating Soos. The [=.GIFfany=] copies ended up kidnapping her while the Mystery Shack was on their way to fight Nzyvo, and Soos, Rumble, and the "main" [=.GIFfany=] went on a mission to save her. Eventually, [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex stuff happened between the four,]] and now she's an active part of

[...] After the time skip, she starts running for president, although she has no idea how to actually do it. After figuring out that she has no plans, she tries to get herself out-voted and kicked out of the election -- [[SpringtimeForHitler which backfires.]]

* AllWomenAreLustful: Forget ''that'' -- she's a blatant pervert here. She even tries to wave this around to get herself out of the election, but it backfires. (It "helps" that one of her opponents, Stan, was pressured by Mabel in to saying that he was going to try to get all porn banned as president. That was a move that pissed a lot of people off, so they saw Melody as an alternative that wouldn't get it banned.)
* AscendedExtra: Compared to her canonical self, as she is constantly involved
highly resembles Mabel, only with the main storyline, black hair, an overall "edgier" makeover, and even in-story from extremely pale skin with visible green veins. She pilots Lazengann, and spends most of the First Half recruiting various supernatural threats of Gravity Falls to fight with Dipper over the Second Half. (In Keys.

By the way, the N is silent and her name is pronounced "ZEE-Voh."

* AlliterativeName: [[spoiler:Her last name isn't just ''any'' name that starts with an "N!" It's ''Northwest.'']]
* AwesomeMcCoolname: It may just be "Mabel" in Atbash, but "Nzyvo" still has a nice ring to it. [[spoiler:And unlike the pun-based name with Pacifica, she makes the "Northwest" surname sound kind of badass.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's the main antagonist of
the First Half, she did but not appear at all until chapter 4, )
* BadassNormal: In
the past, she was able to hold her own against '''Zephieye "Lightning Cultist" Smith''', an expy of a lategame ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' boss, on her own without any mecha. Since Soos is [[spoiler:one thirty-second love fairy]], whole story. The Second Half's chapters are ''much'' longer, so despite the naming it's not even like she's also the only complete human on Team [=.GIFfany=] Land. Until she gets bit by a radioactive chicken and gains superpowers, villain for half the fic length-wise.
* EvilCounterpart: A blatant one to Mabel, given
that is.
* BerserkButton: Want
they share the same appearance and eventually pilot opposing mechas. While Mabel tends to see work with Dipper to solve things, Nzyvo prefers working alone, and is far more violent either of the Pines. [[spoiler:Subverted as she is neither evil nor a literal counterpart. Mable the Typomonster fits the role of Mabel's evil counterpart far better.]]
* ExactWords: ''Kind of''. While EarlyInstallmentWeirdness was the reason why the "Powers" were applied to people who ''lack'' the virtues, the reason why a genetically-engineered super-soldier was considered "lacking in power" was because
her "strong side" without actually hurting anybody? Just try to cut her hair. unstable, decaying body cheated the system. The system looks for well-being as "power," not raw strength.
* {{Expy}}:
**
She's okay inspired by/a TakeThat at VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog. Mixed with any other "makeovers," but do ''not'' fuck with a tiny bit of [[VideoGame/MightyNo9 RAY]] (specifically, the hair.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Under her childishness,
"decaying"), of all characters.
** WordOfGod is that
she's actually one of inspired by a theory from the most threatening members original show about some Gideon-created clone of Team Dai-Shackan. Mabel called [[SdrawkcabName "Lebam."]] She was able originally going to fend be called "Lebam," but Fan did not want to come off against ''the Lightning Cultist''[[note]]Recall as outright offending the creator of that theory (of course, this fic loves to have came out long after it was disproven). In chapter 6, there's still a clean division between First Half enemies and Second Half enemies. Pretty much every single canonical antagonist (well, only including their canon actions) except Bill and company would be considered "First Half"-level -- including [=.GIFfany=], who Melody actually fought in canon. Lightning Cultist is "Second Half." Keep in mind "typo" that most of the Second Half threats were faced with at least Finalayer Shackan Lagann, calls her "Lebam" as a nod to this.
* PerpetualSmiler: Concept art work
and Melody had no such access to GPF's notes confirm that luxury[[/note]] even back before Dipper and Mabel went against the Gnomes, and fends pretty well when she's not overwhelming outnumbered (this is used to explain why usually giving a kind of SlasherSmile.
* RedHerring: The story heavily implies that she's an alternate universe version of Mabel. (In fact, that ''was''
the army of millions of [=.GIFfanys=] were able to kidnap her, yet original plan at some point.) [[spoiler:Nah, she's really Mabel's biological sister.]]
* YouSeeImDying: Unless
she could take on a building-sized mecha on foot with relative ease). She's overall one feeds off of the last people you'd want to piss off, although it's pretty hard to ''completely'' piss her off without threatening a loved one or pushing her one BerserkButton.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: In chapter 7,
essense of HotBlooded[=ness=]. Her original family lacked it [[spoiler:at first]], so she gets bit by a radioactive chicken went feral and gets meat-themed powers.
* {{Flanderization}}: It basically started with the joke that she was the one
left them to react get to all the naked teasing in [=.GIFfany=] Land. ("'Oh man! That's spicey!' Said Melody actually, I'm sick of the guy alwayss being the pervert Homer Simpson of the two." [sic]) Then eventually she became full-on sex obsessed and got flustered every time a [=.GIFfany=] had a boob out. This also carries on, to a lesser extent, to ''Escape From Fanservice Island''. Compare all of that with ''run:gifocalypse'', where she barely seems to even ''care'' about all the naked people around her.
* PunnyName: Her surname is a corruption of the word "Siren," a play to her first name being music-related. This is also something of a nod to an AU concept Fan once read about where Melody had an EvilCounterpart that was an actual siren.
* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre.
Bel-Air.



[[folder:Rumble [=McSkirmish=] ]]

Originally the protagonist of fighting game ''Fight Fighters'' with the ability to jump in to the real world.

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[[folder:Rumble [=McSkirmish=] ]]

Originally
[[folder:Pacifica Northwest]]

* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: ''Sort of''. [[spoiler:Her refusal to take after Nzyvo and continue following Mable's assinine rituals (although she refused ''this'' one in particular because it involved kissing her biological brother ''and'' said brother was being kind of a dick about it) resulted in Mable summoning
the protagonist mechanical counterparts. The counterparts to Soos and his harem end up killing Pacifica's father, although Preston went on a Heroic Sacrifice to go against them.]]
* AnIcePerson: As part
of fighting game ''Fight Fighters'' having Nayru-based powers, she can use water and ice.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Between Spooky's mansion, learning about Nzyvo, the threatening apocalypse, and dealing
with the ability Love God/Lust Devil, Pacifica just wants an ''ordinary'' life where she still tries to jump in be a better person, but doesn't risk herself by going out of her way to kill powerful, evil supernatural demons. She'd also like her friends to try not to risk getting themselves killed, as they're only 13 (as of the real world.
summer-autumn timeskip and in general given the first chapter's bumping of Dipper and Mabel's birthday). Between Dipper not agreeing with this ''and'' his highly confused romance instinct given recent events, this generally leads to [[spoiler:Mable "awakening" and starting her first attack.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: Noteworthy here in how she's generally portrayed as really competent when compared to Dipper and Mabel, although depending on the exact scenario (most notably, ''Spooky's'') those twins just become less competent while she's the one being super active.



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[[folder:These Guys in General]]

* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Soos is a "standard funny naked guy" (perpetually stays around naked for no reason and avoids clothes at all costs), [=.GIFfany=] is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl (aware that she makes a lot of people uncomfortable, but doesn't care at all), Melody is a ReluctantFanserviceGirl (loses her clothes a lot, hates being caught naked in public), and Rumble is more of an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice Guy]] (his game apparently ''didn't'' have a nudity taboo at all for some reason, he doesn't ever quite get the scope of how rude he's being seen as).

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jesus "Soos" Alzamirano Ramírez]]

[...] GPF also created him as a playable characer in ''MUGEN'', going by "ULTI HAREM SOOS." He can summon just about every named character on this page, and in the other two "Main Characters" divisions.

* AmbiguouslyHuman: He has absurdly superhuman sexual stamina, the ability to shrug off certain attacks while training with the video games like nothing (some ''might'' justify this in that they're being light on him as he's training), he gains unusually good stealth skills, and there's generally some really odd quirks to him that are not present in canon. He doesn't mind being ExposedToTheElements one bit and has very strange {{hammerspace}} abilities. [[spoiler:It's revealed that he's part love fairy.]]
* FightingClown: Runs around naked, randomly does hand stands and shoots guns from nowhere.
* {{Hammerspace}}: More obvious in ''MUGEN'', but he can whip guns from out of nowhere.
* SurpriseIncest: He's luckier than Dipper in that he gets an aversion of this. [[spoiler:After finding out that he's part love fairy, and said love fairy that told him that was related to [=.GIFfany=], he outright asks if this means they're related. Kyu clarifies that, no, they're not -- he's just one 32nd-''part of the same species'', which of course doesn't mean part of the same family.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* EvenEvilHasStandards: Even back when she was a villain, molesting her target outright was a huge no-no in her books. Attempted murder is just fine to her, but groping someone isn't. In her words:
-->"I am ''violent'', but I am not a sick fuck. There is a difference."
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Was a villain in canon, but mellowed out a little (a ''little'') after dating Rumble, then became villainous again when Zephieye helped her master her abilities, but then teamed up with Mabel in an EnemyMine situation to try to get out of Spooky's mansion, then became a villain again the instant the barrier around the mansion was shattered, then teamed up with Nzyvo while knowing (but not caring) that she was GoodAllALong, then Soos ''finally'' talked her in to being a hero for good... but she realized she didn't ''feel'' like it was a proper redemption, so she's focused on bettering herself. Fwew! She even lampshades this on what she thinks is a HeroicSacrifice: she brings up the "you either die a hero or live to see yourself become the villain" quote, inverts that, and then says that she might even meet all four qualifications in a way. [[spoiler:Except the dying a hero part. She doesn't die. She technically never "dies a villain" either, she just refers to her disc-burning as that.]]
* IHatePastMe: Unlike most of the other robotic duplicates, [=.MP4 Prime=] speaks and acts in a manner that is directly consistent with her past self. She reflects on how terrible she was pre-chapter 4.
* MsFanservice: She's this in general to GPF's ''Gravity Falls'' fanworks (when she's not being overshadowed by her own copies), but it's exaggerated for laughs here. The story full-blown admits that she has "more curves and larger boobs and butt than Pyronica,"
* TangledFamilyTree: She's the offspring of a human (Brenda) and a video game (Game and Watch), yet is also somehow related ''biologically'' to at least a love fairy (Kyu), a family of "forest 'dwarves'" ([[spoiler:the Corduroys]]), [...] By adoption, she's also the older sister of an AnimalisticAbomination (Creepypasta Sonic).

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Melody Seeren]]

A former worker at Meat Cute that started dating Soos. The [=.GIFfany=] copies ended up kidnapping her while the Mystery Shack was on their way to fight Nzyvo, and Soos, Rumble, and the "main" [=.GIFfany=] went on a mission to save her. Eventually, [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex stuff happened between the four,]] and now she's an active part of

[...] After the time skip, she starts running for president, although she has no idea how to actually do it. After figuring out that she has no plans, she tries to get herself out-voted and kicked out of the election -- [[SpringtimeForHitler which backfires.]]

* AllWomenAreLustful: Forget ''that'' -- she's a blatant pervert here. She even tries to wave this around to get herself out of the election, but it backfires. (It "helps" that one of her opponents, Stan, was pressured by Mabel in to saying that he was going to try to get all porn banned as president. That was a move that pissed a lot of people off, so they saw Melody as an alternative that wouldn't get it banned.)
* AscendedExtra: Compared to her canonical self, as she is constantly involved with the main storyline, and even in-story from the First Half to the Second Half. (In the First Half, she did not appear at all until chapter 4, )
* BadassNormal: In the past, she was able to hold her own against '''Zephieye "Lightning Cultist" Smith''', an expy of a lategame ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' boss, on her own without any mecha. Since Soos is [[spoiler:one thirty-second love fairy]], she's also the only complete human on Team [=.GIFfany=] Land. Until she gets bit by a radioactive chicken and gains superpowers, that is.
* BerserkButton: Want to see her "strong side" without actually hurting anybody? Just try to cut her hair. She's okay with any other "makeovers," but do ''not'' fuck with the hair.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Under her childishness, she's actually one of the most threatening members of Team Dai-Shackan. She was able to fend off against ''the Lightning Cultist''[[note]]Recall that this fic loves to have a clean division between First Half enemies and Second Half enemies. Pretty much every single canonical antagonist (well, only including their canon actions) except Bill and company would be considered "First Half"-level -- including [=.GIFfany=], who Melody actually fought in canon. Lightning Cultist is "Second Half." Keep in mind that most of the Second Half threats were faced with at least Finalayer Shackan Lagann, and Melody had no such access to that luxury[[/note]] even back before Dipper and Mabel went against the Gnomes, and fends pretty well when she's not overwhelming outnumbered (this is used to explain why the army of millions of [=.GIFfanys=] were able to kidnap her, yet she could take on a building-sized mecha on foot with relative ease). She's overall one of the last people you'd want to piss off, although it's pretty hard to ''completely'' piss her off without threatening a loved one or pushing her one BerserkButton.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: In chapter 7, she gets bit by a radioactive chicken and gets meat-themed powers.
* {{Flanderization}}: It basically started with the joke that she was the one to react to all the naked teasing in [=.GIFfany=] Land. ("'Oh man! That's spicey!' Said Melody actually, I'm sick of the guy alwayss being the pervert Homer Simpson of the two." [sic]) Then eventually she became full-on sex obsessed and got flustered every time a [=.GIFfany=] had a boob out. This also carries on, to a lesser extent, to ''Escape From Fanservice Island''. Compare all of that with ''run:gifocalypse'', where she barely seems to even ''care'' about all the naked people around her.
* PunnyName: Her surname is a corruption of the word "Siren," a play to her first name being music-related. This is also something of a nod to an AU concept Fan once read about where Melody had an EvilCounterpart that was an actual siren.
* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Rumble [=McSkirmish=] ]]

Originally the protagonist of fighting game ''Fight Fighters'' with the ability to jump in to the real world.

[[/folder]]



[[folder:Mable the Typomonster]]

* NoPronounciationGuide: All that's implied in-fic is that her name does not sound completely identical to Mabel's. Still, is it "May-blee" or "Muh-blee?" The confusion comes from how WordOfGod says that he, without thinking about it, pronounces her name as the latter to try to tell them apart when quickhand referring to them.

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[[folder:Mable the Typomonster]]

* NoPronounciationGuide: All that's implied in-fic is that her name does not sound completely identical to Mabel's. Still, is it "May-blee" or "Muh-blee?" The confusion comes from how WordOfGod says that he, without thinking about it, pronounces her name as the latter to try to tell them apart when quickhand referring to them.
[[folder:Gideon Gleeful]]



[[folder:Spooky]]

The BigBad of ''VideoGame/SpookysJumpScareMansion'' as well as ''Spooky's Jump Scare M-- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'' The ghost of a twelve year-old girl who now runs GL Labs and wants to be taken seriously as a threat of pure evil.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mable the Typomonster]]

* NoPronunciationGuide: All that's implied in-fic is that her name does not sound completely identical to Mabel's. Still, is it "May-blee" or "Muh-blee?" The confusion comes from how WordOfGod says that he, without thinking about it, pronounces her name as the latter to try to tell them apart when quickhand referring to them.

[[/folder]]



[[/folder]]

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[[/folder]][[/folder]]

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[[folder:That above story in a nutshell]]

(I'm gonna make this in to an MS Paint comic. A post on the ''Binding of Isaac'' Reddit is how I discovered the original clip; that post used the guy dismissing Godhead and Brimstone as "bullshit" but praising Bumbo. I tried looking it up a few days later but couldn't find it.)
-->'''GPF:''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjS6bQ5OQ-o I'm going to invite you to a show.]]\\
'''Love God:''' Okay?\\
'''GPF:''' But first! Allow me to destroy your gallery:\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Wendy holding hands [FYI I'm gonna originally MS Paint sketch this, I won't use someone else's fan art even if the guy insulting them is supposed to be viewed as a nut])'' Bullshit.\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Pacifica holding hands)'' ''Bulllllllshit.''\\
'''GPF:''' ''(Sees a tame drawing of Dipper and Candy holding hands)'' Derivative-- ''(Gasps.)''\\
'''GPF:''' ''That'', I love. I absolutely love!\\
''(It's a heavily censored image involving Stan and the Summerween Trickster. It's pretty obvious what's going on behind the censor bar. They be fracking. Also Stan has that same expression on his face Hank Hill has when he was showing Bobby how to smoke. You probably know the one. "You see Bobby... slowwwww...")''

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# Fool: Olivia
# Magician:
# High Priestess:
# Empress: Kristie
# Emperor: Ted
# Heirophant:
# Lovers: Uhztand and Lizzen
# Chariot:
# Strength:
# Hermit:
# Wheel of Fortune:
# Justice:
# Hanged Man:
# Death: Fatephinal
# Temperance:
# Devil: Ninthee
# Tower: Lilith
# Star:
# Moon:
# Sun:
# Judgement:
# Justice:
# World:
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By the way, the N is silent and her name is pronounced "ZEE-Voh."



* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's the main antagonist of the First Half, but not

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* AwesomeMcCoolname: It may just be "Mabel" in Atbash, but "Nzyvo" still has a nice ring to it. [[spoiler:And unlike the pun-based name with Pacifica, she makes the "Northwest" surname sound kind of badass.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's the main antagonist of the First Half, but not the whole story. The Second Half's chapters are ''much'' longer, so despite the naming it's not even like she's the villain for half the fic length-wise.



* TangledFamilyTree: She's the offspring of a human (Brenda) and a video game (Game and Watch), yet is also somehow related ''biological'' to at least a love fairy (Kyu), a family of "forest 'dwarves'" ([[spoiler:the Corduroys]]), [...] By adoption, she's also the older sister of an AnimalisticAbomination (Creepypasta Sonic).

to:

* EvenEvilHasStandards: Even back when she was a villain, molesting her target outright was a huge no-no in her books. Attempted murder is just fine to her, but groping someone isn't. In her words:
-->"I am ''violent'', but I am not a sick fuck. There is a difference."
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Was a villain in canon, but mellowed out a little (a ''little'') after dating Rumble, then became villainous again when Zephieye helped her master her abilities, but then teamed up with Mabel in an EnemyMine situation to try to get out of Spooky's mansion, then became a villain again the instant the barrier around the mansion was shattered, then teamed up with Nzyvo while knowing (but not caring) that she was GoodAllALong, then Soos ''finally'' talked her in to being a hero for good... but she realized she didn't ''feel'' like it was a proper redemption, so she's focused on bettering herself. Fwew! She even lampshades this on what she thinks is a HeroicSacrifice: she brings up the "you either die a hero or live to see yourself become the villain" quote, inverts that, and then says that she might even meet all four qualifications in a way. [[spoiler:Except the dying a hero part. She doesn't die. She technically never "dies a villain" either, she just refers to her disc-burning as that.]]
* IHatePastMe: Unlike most of the other robotic duplicates, [=.MP4 Prime=] speaks and acts in a manner that is directly consistent with her past self. She reflects on how terrible she was pre-chapter 4.
* MsFanservice: She's this in general to GPF's ''Gravity Falls'' fanworks (when she's not being overshadowed by her own copies), but it's exaggerated for laughs here. The story full-blown admits that she has "more curves and larger boobs and butt than Pyronica,"
* TangledFamilyTree: She's the offspring of a human (Brenda) and a video game (Game and Watch), yet is also somehow related ''biological'' ''biologically'' to at least a love fairy (Kyu), a family of "forest 'dwarves'" ([[spoiler:the Corduroys]]), [...] By adoption, she's also the older sister of an AnimalisticAbomination (Creepypasta Sonic).


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* AscendedExtra: Compared to her canonical self, as she is constantly involved with the main storyline, and even in-story from the First Half to the Second Half. (In the First Half, she did not appear at all until chapter 4, )


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* PunnyName: Her surname is a corruption of the word "Siren," a play to her first name being music-related. This is also something of a nod to an AU concept Fan once read about where Melody had an EvilCounterpart that was an actual siren.


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* MagicSkirt: They are the only true aversions in the entire story, which is quite noteworthy when you compare how active they are kick-wise along with Mabel (who plays the trope straight in concept art). Mabel's situation is lampshaded in chapter 6 when a news report camera accidentally gets a view up her skirt (the camera was trying to film a debating Stan from below, and Mabel was standing on "that lighting walk thingy used in movies when people fight above those boring plays") and the result is blurred out, and she finally says that she was GoingCommando for the entire adventure. So it's not like [=.GIFfany=]'s undergarments are being flashed while Mabel's aren't, [=.GIFfany=]'s undergarments are being flashed while something ''worse'' of Mabel's isn't. GPF also explains this outright:
-->"Do I have to tell you the difference between a 18-20ish year-old anime parody character implied to already be from a pornographic game and a 12/13 year-old based on the original show creator's sister? I think panty shots of one could be funny if done right. But panty shots of the other would just be really really creepy... almost no matter what. It's a can of worms I frankly don't think is worth trying to open. Call it a double standard but I think it's one that exists for a reason. And that's saying a lot, I usually have strong opinions against double standards.\\
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"Also, the alter ego writing these things may be a horny nutjob, but he's not in to the young ones. Compare how he portrays the ''Homestuck'' characters when they're teens (''Sweet Jade and Hella John'', the entire ''KIDS FIGHT'' series) and how he portrays them when they're adults (''Hurrcain Crconikals'' and ''Split'') and you'll get a good idea."
* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Downplayed compared to the original pixel-look, which a copy still keeps whenever she's directly possessing an electronic.


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* TooALevelInKindness: Oddly, her overwhelmingly "be a pacifist to the other copies, no matter how bad they get" bend-over-backwards defense atittude isn't here. Even though the Pines have even ''more'' reason to consider killing them than they did in RG.


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* BewareTheNiceOnes: She's not only the only copy that successfully managed to trick Soos in to thinking she was never crazed to begin with (he was suspicious about Eve at worst, and didn't really notice her not caring about his hour-long speech at best) and it's revealed that she's actually pretty powerful if she's pissed off. The thing is, it's strangely almost ''impossible'' to piss this copy off. Her expy in ''Emazh In'' is also one of the toughest characters in that entire story.


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* RetCanon: She's the only one of these "main" copies to be introduced in ''Jouranls'' prior to ''run:gifocalypse''. RG later confirms that she exists in that continuity too.


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[[folder:Mable the Typomonster]]

* NoPronounciationGuide: All that's implied in-fic is that her name does not sound completely identical to Mabel's. Still, is it "May-blee" or "Muh-blee?" The confusion comes from how WordOfGod says that he, without thinking about it, pronounces her name as the latter to try to tell them apart when quickhand referring to them.

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!! The Northwests

[[folder:In General]]

* ElvesVersusDwarves: [[spoiler:Chaper 7 reveals that they are all (with the exception of the adopted Pacifica) actually a kind of "hill elves," a specific sub-type of elf that rejected their concept of trees and ]]

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[[folder:Preston Northwest]]

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Hello there, my name is Great Pikmin Fan and today we're gonna have top ten shopping malls built in Canada from 1999-2001! Up first is--

@@[[Characters/RunGifocalypse Hello. I will be hijacking this Sandbox yet again, to give information about my sisters and my enemies.]]@@



[[labelnote:Fuck you [=.GIFfany=], I'm collapsing this.]]


'''Be warned that this contains unmarked spoilers for the ''entirety'' of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' canon. It is also recommended to have read, at the bare minimum, chapter 1 of this.'''

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!! Main Protagonists

[[folder:Mason "Dipper" Pines]]

* DecoyProtagonist: In true Great Pikmin Fan style, he is one of the first heroic characters to appear in ''run:gifocalypse'', but he is not the protagonist. Soos is. Picture the fic as Weirdmageddon, if it were less about the Pines vs Bill and more Soos vs [=.GIFfany=]. (And it's also 13 parts long as opposed to 3/4.) Dipper is, however, the deuteragonist, which is more than what can be said about most of Fan's other Decoys.
* SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers Towards the first arc, his lack of trusting even the more blatantly belevolent copies is played up as a bad thing, though it never really results in the crew being in danger until chapter 10, where it becomes something of a CompressedVice.

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'''Beware of massive spoilers!'''

* Main Characters/Team Dai-Shackan[[note]]Stan, Summerween Trickster, Wendy, Candy, Grenda, the Journals, the Golden Goddesses and Modascend[[/note]]
** "Triforce Quad" [[labelnote:Beware Spoilers!]]Dipper, Mabel, Nzyvo, Pacifica[[/labelnote]]
** [=.GIFfany=] Land[[note]]Soos,
[=.GIFfany=], I'm collapsing this.]]


'''Be warned that this contains unmarked spoilers for
Melody, Rumble [=McSkirmish=], [=.GIFfany=] copies (General Tropes, Rose, Kathody, Searah, Sandy, Cardia, Bubbles, Leona, Sonia, Dian, the ''entirety'' of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' canon. It is also recommended to have read, at the bare minimum, chapter 1 of this.'''

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!!
other Wendy, Shannon, Burnda, Burrda, Dove, Eve)[[/note]]
* Threats:
**
Main Protagonists

[[folder:Mason "Dipper" Pines]]

* DecoyProtagonist: In true Great Pikmin Fan style, he is one of
Antagonists[[labelnote:Beware Spoilers!]]Gideon, Bill, Spooky, Mable the first heroic Typomonster[[/labelnote]]
** First Half[[note]]Nzyvo's other allies (Ma and Pa Duskerton, the Pterodactyl, the Shape Shifter), Not-Bill, Creepypasta Sonic[[/note]]
** Second Half[[note]]Mechanical Bosses, The Love God/Lust Demon, Bill's Henchmaniacs, the Fucking Frost, Cathedral-Mabel, Spatial Typomonster Battleships[[/note]]
** ''Spooky's''[[note]]Specimens 1-13, Creepypasta Ronald [=McDonald=], Bill Cultists, the Lightning Cultist/Zephieye[[/note]]
* Other Gravity Falls Residents[[note]][[/note]]
* Other[[note]]Kyu, [[/note]]
* Mecha[[note]]Shackan Lagann and Variaints (Lagann, Shackan, Shackan Lagann, Finalayer Shackan Lagann, Jovian Shackan Lagann, Tengen Toppa Shackan Lagann), [[/note]]

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The main
characters to appear in ''run:gifocalypse'', but he is not of ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' -- well, the protagonist. Soos is. Picture the fic as Weirdmageddon, if it were less about the Pines vs Bill and more Soos vs [=.GIFfany=]. (And it's also 13 parts long as opposed to 3/4.) Dipper is, however, the deuteragonist, which is more than what ''secondary'' main characters. The ''main'' main characters can be said about most of Fan's other Decoys.
* SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers Towards
further divided in to the first arc, his lack of trusting even Triforce Quad and [=.GIFfany=] Land. For information on Dipper, Mabel, Nzyvo, and Pacifica,
see [[Characters/JournalsPines here.]] For information on Soos, [=.GIFfany=], Melody, Rumble, and
the more blatantly belevolent copies is played up as a bad thing, though it never really results [=.GIFfany=] copies, see [[Characters/JournalsGiffanyLand here.]]

[[folder:Team Dai-Shackan
in the crew General]]

* EveryoneIsRelated: [[spoiler:Dipper and Mabel are biologically related to Pacifica (but not Pacifica's parents) and Nzyvo. Wendy and [=.GIFfany=] are actually some sort of distant cousins. If you count romantic relationships (Soos-[=.GIFfany=]-Rumble-Melody) and Stan
being a father figure to Soos, then pretty much the ''entire'' Mystery Shack group sans Candy, Grenda, and [=McGucket=] are related in danger until chapter 10, where it becomes something of a CompressedVice.
some way.]]



[[folder:Mabel Pines]]

* AscendedExtra: Within the fic. Arc-per-arc, she gets a growing amount of focus as she also grows and learns a few things from the Gifocalypse.
* HeroicBSOD: Briefly faces one around chapter 8, playing a large role in chapter 9. [[spoiler:Namely, after thinking Sonia was a harmless, depressed self-deprecator, Mabel helps her build her self-confidence a little. It turns out that while the "depressed self-deprecator" part was true, the harmless wasn't, so the more confident Sonia started attacking her. This marked the first time that the [=AIs=] attacked the gang ''after'' being "helped" out, leaving Mabel wondering if she really couldn't reason with them after all.]]

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[[folder:Mabel Pines]]

* AscendedExtra: Within the fic. Arc-per-arc, she gets a growing amount of focus as she also grows and learns a few things from the Gifocalypse.
* HeroicBSOD: Briefly faces one around chapter 8, playing a large role in chapter 9. [[spoiler:Namely, after thinking Sonia was a harmless, depressed self-deprecator, Mabel helps her build her self-confidence a little. It turns out that while the "depressed self-deprecator" part was true, the harmless wasn't, so the more confident Sonia started attacking her. This marked the first time that the [=AIs=] attacked the gang ''after'' being "helped" out, leaving Mabel wondering if she really couldn't reason with them after all.]]
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[[folder:Jesus "Soos" Ramirez]]

* CueTheSun: Listed under his folder because the fic generally associates Soos with the Sun itself, particularly during "Game Over." [[spoiler:When [=.GIFfany=] finally unveils her Main Possession and goes full One-Winged Angel, her Dimensional Wings completely block out sunlight from the perspective of the Gravity Falls residents on board the Shackatron. By contrast, after the final fist-fight and he's in a pileup with her, once she finally takes his hand, the Sun (and continuing the story's loose ''Majora's Mask'' parallels, this is the Dawn of a New Day) starts rising from behind him -- he's trying to pull her into a better light, a new beginning.]]

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[[folder:Jesus "Soos" Ramirez]]

* CueTheSun: Listed under his folder
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''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' begins with TheReveal that the Journals could become sentient, and Journal 3 wakes up Dipper to tell him that he is one of the three/four (it's complicated...) "chosen ones" so to speak. This page covers all four such characters, linked by... a certain something.

Do note that ''some'' of these four [[DecoyProtagonist might not be as central to the storyline as them getting their own seperate page may imply.]] They are simply grouped here for convenience, due to just the four of them having a good chunk of tropes and
because of that one particular linking factor.

[[folder:All Four]]

* AnArmAndALeg: Each of them loses a different limb at a different point in this verse's timeline:
** Dipper is chronologically
the fic generally associates Soos with the Sun itself, particularly first, losing his right arm to [[spoiler:Spooky during "Game Over." [[spoiler:When [=.GIFfany=] finally unveils the final chapter of ''Spooky's Jump Scare M-- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'']]
** Mabel loses a left leg in the battle with Nzyvo in chapter 5.
** ''Nzyvo'' loses
her Main Possession and goes full One-Winged Angel, ''right'' leg while fighting Mabel. They each take off one-another's legs.
** Finally, Pacifica loses
her Dimensional Wings left arm to Pyronica in chapter 6.
* TheChosenMany: It's actually a bit more complicated than that. [[spoiler:Mabel is part of a
completely block out sunlight seperate prophecy from the perspective other three. Dipper originally ''wasn't'' -- the original bearer of the Gravity Falls residents on board Power of Courage was a cowardly kid in the Shackatron. Philipines named Mas'''i'''n Pines, but the Journals got the two mixed up (as they knew Nzyvo and Pacifica were part of the family tree, they assumed that the third one was part of the family as well). By contrast, the time they realized this, they couldn't reverse the choice until after the final fist-fight and he's in a pileup with her, once she finally takes his hand, the Sun (and continuing the story's loose ''Majora's Mask'' parallels, this is the Dawn of a New Day) starts rising from behind him -- he's trying to pull her into a better light, a new beginning.all three "Power" bearers was dead.]]



[[folder:Wendy Corduroy]]

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[[folder:Wendy Corduroy]]
[[folder:Mabel Pines]]



[[folder:Stanley "Grunkle Stan" Pines]]

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[[folder:Stanley "Grunkle Stan" [[folder:Mason "Dipper" Pines]]



[[folder:Stanford "Grunkle Ford" Pines]]

* ComicallyMissingThePoint: In chapter 7, Burnda intentionally tries to ruin her own image by making Ford question if she is really his most reliable ally. She leads him on by getting him to finish the sentence of who, on the Construction Site, is the most trustworthy person. She's disappointed when he says she is, and not Stan.

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[[folder:Stanford "Grunkle Ford" Pines]]

[[folder:Nzyvo]]

A mysterious young girl that highly resembles Mabel, only with black hair, an overall "edgier" makeover, and extremely pale skin with visible green veins. She pilots Lazengann, and spends most of the First Half recruiting various supernatural threats of Gravity Falls to fight with Dipper over the Keys.

* ComicallyMissingThePoint: AlliterativeName: [[spoiler:Her last name isn't just ''any'' name that starts with an "N!" It's ''Northwest.'']]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: She's the main antagonist of the First Half, but not
* EvilCounterpart: A blatant one to Mabel, given that they share the same appearance and eventually pilot opposing mechas. While Mabel tends to work with Dipper to solve things, Nzyvo prefers working alone, and is far more violent either of the Pines. [[spoiler:Subverted as she is neither evil nor a literal counterpart. Mable the Typomonster fits the role of Mabel's evil counterpart far better.]]
* ExactWords: ''Kind of''. While EarlyInstallmentWeirdness was the reason why the "Powers" were applied to people who ''lack'' the virtues, the reason why a genetically-engineered super-soldier was considered "lacking in power" was because her unstable, decaying body cheated the system. The system looks for well-being as "power," not raw strength.
* {{Expy}}:
** She's inspired by/a TakeThat at VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog. Mixed with a tiny bit of [[VideoGame/MightyNo9 RAY]] (specifically, the "decaying"), of all characters.
** WordOfGod is that she's inspired by a theory from the original show about some Gideon-created clone of Mabel called [[SdrawkcabName "Lebam."]] She was originally going to be called "Lebam," but Fan did not want to come off as outright offending the creator of that theory (of course, this fic came out long after it was disproven).
In chapter 7, Burnda intentionally tries to ruin 6, there's still a "typo" that calls her own image by making Ford question if she is "Lebam" as a nod to this.
* PerpetualSmiler: Concept art work and GPF's notes confirm that she's usually giving a kind of SlasherSmile.
* RedHerring: The story heavily implies that she's an alternate universe version of Mabel. (In fact, that ''was'' the original plan at some point.) [[spoiler:Nah, she's
really his most reliable ally. She leads him on by getting him to finish Mabel's biological sister.]]
* YouSeeImDying: Unless she feeds off of
the sentence essense of who, on the Construction Site, is the most trustworthy person. She's disappointed when he says HotBlooded[=ness=]. Her original family lacked it [[spoiler:at first]], so she is, went feral and not Stan.
left them to get to Bel-Air.



!! Professors

[[folder:In General (Exclusive or Near-Exclusive to Professors)]]

The professors are, actually, the only fifteen copies of ''Romance Academy 7'' that were leaked to the public, courtesy of Professor Dove. Having more experience outside of the factory they were made, they quickly become more powerful and adept with their abilities, and act as leading guides for all of the minor clones. They are the runners of their respective domain and the fifteen most major copies in the whole story.

* AmbiguousDisorder: Fan said that any resemblance to any actual disorders is coincidental. Canonically, [=.GIFfany=] could be passed off as "selfish, abusive video game that thinks in video game logic and wants someone to play her." These copies, including Risen herself, are much harder to pin. And no real explanation is given from this, either, since theoretically, all copies start from the same "template" and diverge from there.
** Cardia stutters a lot, is very tense and jittery most of the time, has a poor grip on reality, and tends to think of really bizarre solutions for situations when talking things out could work just fine. After her HeelFaceTurn, she's also by far the most overly apologetic of the bunch.
** Burrda has a ''strong'' aversion to verbal communication (unlike the ''Hair Idealization''[='=]s handling of [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda]], she's never explicitely shown to be uncomfortable, just that she usually prefers displaying words on a screen, and if she ''must'' speak, she [[TerseTalker gets out as few words as possible]]), generally comes off as being depressed all the time,
** Dove has an obsession with trying to come off as important and imposing (so much that she looks through a thesaurus, gathers as many complicated words as she can, and using them in a SophisticatedAsHell manner), has a gait identical to [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Ed's,]] often travels in "random paths," chaotically fires people as stress relief, and has an obsession with debating people to prove them wrong.
** Risen/canonical [=.GIFfany=] is ''highly'' implied to be flat-out delusional. She gets far too invested in a fantasy acted out on with Soos and Melody dolls in chapter 9 until Stan walks in on her and breaks her out of it, [[spoiler:she takes a little too long to realize when Melody swapped herself out with the doll of her [=.GIFfany=] made]], and when she tells Professor Wendy that Soos cheated on her and murdered her in cold blood it's left ambiguous as to whether or not she was just bullshitting that for sympathy or if she ''actually remembers herself as the victim in that incident.'' In addition to all of this, she's a rather heavy MoodSwinger In the StylisticSuck ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', Ryan Christian (a TakeThat at Brian Griffin and ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' as a whole) pauses himself a lot when trying to identify what's wrong with her, before eventually settling on calling her schizophrenic. However, as that's a guy who is obsessively hateful and hostile to the point of coming off as delusional himself, his credibility would be a negative number if quantified.
* ColorCodedCharacters: Forms of a full rainbow of twelve using the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RGB_color_model RGB color model,]] with black and white added as well as [=.GIFfany=]'s default pink. The colors are also those associated with their domain, what color their electricity is (it's implied that they did this for purely cosmetic reasons, as during the first chapter they use the "standard" bright blue seen in canon), and their hair and eye colors. In the order they are encountered:
** Rose: Green
** Kathody: Yellow
** Searah: Blue
** Sandy: Orange
** Cardia: Violet[[note]]In this context, blue-magenta[[/note]]
** Bubbles: Cyan
** Leona: Rose[[note]]In this context, red-magenta[[/note]]
** Sonia: Azure[[note]]In this context, the color between cyan and blue. Not to be confused with cyan[[/note]]
** Dian: Magenta (also sometimes called purple for simplicity's sake)
** Wendy: Spring green
** Shannon: Chartreuse
** Burnda: Red
** Burrda: White, also light blue on occasion
** Dove: Black, also blood red on occasion
** [=.GIFfany=]: Pink, also a bright rainbow on occasion, sometimes simplified to pink/yellow/aqua
** [[spoiler:Eve: Dark mint green, also a dim rainbow on occasion, often simplified to red/green/blue]]
* ClothingDamage: All of them suffer varrying degrees of it after their defeat. As Arc 2 goes on, it is increasingly blatant that this is intentional in-universe -- their outfits are rigged to easily lose pieces of them, or at times just outright be reduced by a switch (as Sonia, Dian, Shannon, and Burrda all do). The only real exception to the "intentionally breakable" rule is Risen [=.GIFfany=], whose outfit was not designed to be tattered as she figured she was impossible to beat. [[spoiler:And even then, she and all of her sisters lose their outfits in the plumet to Earth.]]
* ElementalEmbodiment: WordOfGod is that all of the [[spoiler:first-gen]] professors just aimed to loosely be "elemental people" or "elemental gods." The exception is [=.GIFfany=], who, sticking with her octopus-father in-game story, is a scylla.
* ElementalPowers: They all have the standard electricity of [=.GIFfany=], and they somehow use that to control something of their own. These elements are largely based on Fan's own "twelve-fifteen color" system, albeit with electricity (yellow) swapped out with soul due to otherwise being redundant with the base [=.GIFfany=].
* {{Flanderization}}: Their outfits, cross-story. In ''run:gifocalypse'', the majority of them have clothes that is, for the most part, ''actually covering'', even if it's made of irregular material. Sandy and Bubbles, the two most blatant exceptions, make sense -- Sandy is something of a nudist outright, and Bubbles enjoys annoying people to try getting in their head, so she wears only suds to try pissing people off. Come the cross-appearances in other works and their outfits are seasons 3+ Rainbow Crew-levels of impractical and just ''barely'' wearing ''anything''. Most of it can be hand-waved by being ''SBIG'', although their outfits in the epilogue of ''run:gifocalypse'' are the same as those in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''.
* {{Foil}}: With the exception of [=.GIFfany=] (who has Soos as a foil), all of the professors have some sort of "counter" as confirmed by WordOfGod. These are usually in faced before/faced after pairs, with the exceptions of Rose/Dove and Bubbles/Dian. More details can be found in their own folders, but to sum it up:
** Rose and Dove: Creation vs destruction.
** Kathody and Searah: Alienating others because of opinion/taste difference vs locking others out because of opinion/taste difference.
** Sandy and Cardia: Aimless relaxation and an attempt to go to new, but low-tech things vs strict job-following and going after tradition yet high-tech things.
** Bubbles and Dian: Popular leader "jerk" vs disliked/uncared for doormat "geek."
** Leona and Sonia: Too high opinion of one's own work vs too low opinion of one's own work.
** Wendy and Shannon: Devotion and hard work to what already exists vs fantasies about something that doesn't, yet not making that a reality.
** Burnda and Burrda: Hammy and bringing peace through slow conversations vs quiet and trying to bring peace through scare tactacs.
** Soos and [=.GIFfany=]: Ordinary life vs technological singularity.
* KingMook: To their respective student-followers, each of them are effectively the "boss variant" of the traits and things associated with their student groups. Justified in that they "teach" their students how to use their powers in different ways, and thus said students deliberately take after them. This is more obvious in their appearances on the ''SBIG'' series, which (ironically despite its StylisticSuck nature) goes somewhat more into depth with the small societies they created.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Downplayed. They're the main threats/copies of note for their respective chapters and not really ones outside of them (and some chapters cover ''two'' professors), but they're not simple "Beat 'em and be done with 'em"-type episodic romp characters, and are somewhat fleshed out. It helps that they are ''all'' tied directly to the BigBad in the context of this story.
* OneSteveLimit: Either played straight or averted depending on how you look at things. Technically, they were/are all named [=.GIFfany=], but given renames for the sake of identification that would be faster than saying their entire serial number.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad: Downplayed. They are a long line of antagonist forces leading up to [=.GIFfany=], but some of them are outright harmless to the protagonists (Rose and Dian, who refuse to attack them in any way) and they clearly undergo actual characterization rather than being one-off obstacles the group faces off against. (As Fan makes sure to give them all at least one line in "post-capture" sequences for each chapter, something Kathody lampshades at the end of chapter 5.)
* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Some of them are reluctant to show their crotches, but that's about as "nude-shy" as they get. None of them see any problem in going practically completely naked.
* ShoutOut:
** The last seven professors confronted are based to various degrees off of the GEATHJERK officers from ''VideoGame/TheWonderful101''.
*** Dian = Laambo: Both have white, three-headed giant mechanical things on their side.
*** Wendy = Wanna: Both are fought in a storm, TheEvilGenius of the group technology and craft-wise, and both have made a form of parasitic bio weapon.
*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element, given the amount of time she spends during the chase sequence going through liquid silver.
*** Burnda = Walltha: Fire-themed, pilots a huge mecha, boxes the protagonists with mechas in a volcano.
*** Burrda = Heyourgah: We don't know much about Heyourgah [[spoiler:as Vorkken kills him before he's encountered]], but his files do reveal that he's ice-themed and fast. Burrda fits both of these.
*** Dove = Gimme: TheDragon who has an enourmous flagship, a mecha based on the Flatwoods Monster, and is fought in [[spoiler:the remains of a "major" city/town after it's been pulled to the sky thanks to a type of anti-gravity beam.]]
*** [=.GIFfany=] = Jergingha: The BigBad [[spoiler:battled in space and with the biggest mecha in the story by far.]]
* SingleTargetSexuality: While Fan claims the other copies are "open-minded," the professors are nearly literally hard-wired to being after their respective player. Except Rose, as she was technically "returned" first. [[spoiler:As well as Burnda, Burrda, and Dove, each of which got over their players completely. (The twins for buying both of them in a bad attempt to make a harem, which provokes both of them to be hostile towards one-another until they question why they're even bothering fighting over a polygamous guy like Gerald. Dove because her player flat-out saw her as a way of getting catharsis from his dad getting killed by a robot in the past, villified her before she even went yandere, and ultimately painting a very negative view to Dove on what humans think about [=AIs=].)]]
* UnlimitedWardrobe: A variation -- in each fic appearance (currently [=RunGif=], ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', and a ''[=SBIGlet=]''), they bear different outfits. Though there is some overlap (their outfits in the epilogue of ''run:gifocalypse'' are just like the ones in ''Journals''). For example, all three of Rose's outfits thus far are plant-like in nature.

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!! Professors

[[folder:In General (Exclusive or Near-Exclusive
[[folder:Pacifica Northwest]]

* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: ''Sort of''. [[spoiler:Her refusal
to Professors)]]

The professors are, actually, the only fifteen copies of ''Romance Academy 7'' that were leaked to the public, courtesy of Professor Dove. Having more experience outside of the factory they were made, they quickly become more powerful
take after Nzyvo and adept with their abilities, and act as leading guides for all of the minor clones. They are the runners of their respective domain and the fifteen most major copies continue following Mable's assinine rituals (although she refused ''this'' one in the whole story.

* AmbiguousDisorder: Fan
particular because it involved kissing her biological brother ''and'' said that any resemblance to any actual disorders is coincidental. Canonically, [=.GIFfany=] could be passed off as "selfish, abusive video game that thinks in video game logic and wants someone to play her." These copies, including Risen herself, are much harder to pin. And no real explanation is given from this, either, since theoretically, all copies start from the same "template" and diverge from there.
** Cardia stutters a lot, is very tense and jittery most of the time, has a poor grip on reality, and tends to think of really bizarre solutions for situations when talking things out could work just fine. After her HeelFaceTurn, she's also by far the most overly apologetic of the bunch.
** Burrda has a ''strong'' aversion to verbal communication (unlike the ''Hair Idealization''[='=]s handling of [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda]], she's never explicitely shown to be uncomfortable, just that she usually prefers displaying words on a screen, and if she ''must'' speak, she [[TerseTalker gets out as few words as possible]]), generally comes off as
brother was being depressed all kind of a dick about it) resulted in Mable summoning the time,
** Dove has an obsession with trying
mechanical counterparts. The counterparts to come off as important and imposing (so much that she looks through a thesaurus, gathers as many complicated words as she can, and using them in a SophisticatedAsHell manner), has a gait identical to [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Ed's,]] often travels in "random paths," chaotically fires people as stress relief, and has an obsession with debating people to prove them wrong.
** Risen/canonical [=.GIFfany=] is ''highly'' implied to be flat-out delusional. She gets far too invested in a fantasy acted out on with
Soos and Melody dolls in chapter 9 until Stan walks in on her and breaks her out of it, [[spoiler:she takes a little too long to realize when Melody swapped herself out with the doll of her [=.GIFfany=] made]], and when she tells Professor Wendy that Soos cheated on her and murdered her in cold blood it's left ambiguous as to whether or not she was just bullshitting that for sympathy or if she ''actually remembers herself as the victim in that incident.'' In addition to all of this, she's a rather heavy MoodSwinger In the StylisticSuck ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', Ryan Christian (a TakeThat at Brian Griffin and ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' as a whole) pauses himself a lot when trying to identify what's wrong with her, before eventually settling on calling her schizophrenic. However, as that's a guy who is obsessively hateful and hostile to the point of coming off as delusional himself, his credibility would be harem end up killing Pacifica's father, although Preston went on a negative number if quantified.
* ColorCodedCharacters: Forms of a full rainbow of twelve using the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RGB_color_model RGB color model,]] with black and white added as well as [=.GIFfany=]'s default pink. The colors are also those associated with their domain, what color their electricity is (it's implied that they did this for purely cosmetic reasons, as during the first chapter they use the "standard" bright blue seen in canon), and their hair and eye colors. In the order they are encountered:
** Rose: Green
** Kathody: Yellow
** Searah: Blue
** Sandy: Orange
** Cardia: Violet[[note]]In this context, blue-magenta[[/note]]
** Bubbles: Cyan
** Leona: Rose[[note]]In this context, red-magenta[[/note]]
** Sonia: Azure[[note]]In this context, the color between cyan and blue. Not
Heroic Sacrifice to be confused with cyan[[/note]]
** Dian: Magenta (also sometimes called purple for simplicity's sake)
** Wendy: Spring green
** Shannon: Chartreuse
** Burnda: Red
** Burrda: White, also light blue on occasion
** Dove: Black, also blood red on occasion
** [=.GIFfany=]: Pink, also a bright rainbow on occasion, sometimes simplified to pink/yellow/aqua
** [[spoiler:Eve: Dark mint green, also a dim rainbow on occasion, often simplified to red/green/blue]]
* ClothingDamage: All of them suffer varrying degrees of it after their defeat. As Arc 2 goes on, it is increasingly blatant that this is intentional in-universe -- their outfits are rigged to easily lose pieces of them, or at times just outright be reduced by a switch (as Sonia, Dian, Shannon, and Burrda all do). The only real exception to the "intentionally breakable" rule is Risen [=.GIFfany=], whose outfit was not designed to be tattered as she figured she was impossible to beat. [[spoiler:And even then, she and all of her sisters lose their outfits in the plumet to Earth.
go against them.]]
* ElementalEmbodiment: WordOfGod is that all AnIcePerson: As part of having Nayru-based powers, she can use water and ice.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: Between Spooky's mansion, learning about Nzyvo,
the [[spoiler:first-gen]] professors just aimed to loosely be "elemental people" or "elemental gods." The exception is [=.GIFfany=], who, sticking with her octopus-father in-game story, is a scylla.
* ElementalPowers: They all have the standard electricity of [=.GIFfany=],
threatening apocalypse, and they somehow use that to control something of their own. These elements are largely based on Fan's own "twelve-fifteen color" system, albeit with electricity (yellow) swapped out with soul due to otherwise being redundant dealing with the base [=.GIFfany=].
* {{Flanderization}}: Their outfits, cross-story. In ''run:gifocalypse'', the majority
Love God/Lust Devil, Pacifica just wants an ''ordinary'' life where she still tries to be a better person, but doesn't risk herself by going out of them have clothes that is, for the most part, ''actually covering'', even if it's made of irregular material. Sandy and Bubbles, the two most blatant exceptions, make sense -- Sandy is something of a nudist outright, and Bubbles enjoys annoying people her way to kill powerful, evil supernatural demons. She'd also like her friends to try not to risk getting in their head, so she wears only suds to try pissing people off. Come the cross-appearances in other works and their outfits are seasons 3+ Rainbow Crew-levels of impractical and just ''barely'' wearing ''anything''. Most of it can be hand-waved by being ''SBIG'', although their outfits in the epilogue of ''run:gifocalypse'' are the same themselves killed, as those in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''.
* {{Foil}}: With the exception of [=.GIFfany=] (who has Soos as a foil), all of the professors have some sort of "counter" as confirmed by WordOfGod. These are usually in faced before/faced after pairs, with the exceptions of Rose/Dove and Bubbles/Dian. More details can be found in their own folders, but to sum it up:
** Rose and Dove: Creation vs destruction.
** Kathody and Searah: Alienating others because of opinion/taste difference vs locking others out because of opinion/taste difference.
** Sandy and Cardia: Aimless relaxation and an attempt to go to new, but low-tech things vs strict job-following and going after tradition yet high-tech things.
** Bubbles and Dian: Popular leader "jerk" vs disliked/uncared for doormat "geek."
** Leona and Sonia: Too high opinion of one's own work vs too low opinion of one's own work.
** Wendy and Shannon: Devotion and hard work to what already exists vs fantasies about something that doesn't, yet not making that a reality.
** Burnda and Burrda: Hammy and bringing peace through slow conversations vs quiet and trying to bring peace through scare tactacs.
** Soos and [=.GIFfany=]: Ordinary life vs technological singularity.
* KingMook: To their respective student-followers, each of them are effectively the "boss variant" of the traits and things associated with their student groups. Justified in that they "teach" their students how to use their powers in different ways, and thus said students deliberately take after them. This is more obvious in their appearances on the ''SBIG'' series, which (ironically despite its StylisticSuck nature) goes somewhat more into depth with the small societies they created.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Downplayed. They're the main threats/copies of note for their respective chapters and not really ones outside of them (and some chapters cover ''two'' professors), but
they're not simple "Beat 'em and be done with 'em"-type episodic romp characters, and are somewhat fleshed out. It helps that they are ''all'' tied directly to the BigBad in the context of this story.
* OneSteveLimit: Either played straight or averted depending on how you look at things. Technically, they were/are all named [=.GIFfany=], but given renames for the sake of identification that would be faster than saying their entire serial number.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad: Downplayed. They are a long line of antagonist forces leading up to [=.GIFfany=], but some of them are outright harmless to the protagonists (Rose and Dian, who refuse to attack them in any way) and they clearly undergo actual characterization rather than being one-off obstacles the group faces off against. (As Fan makes sure to give them all at least one line in "post-capture" sequences for each chapter, something Kathody lampshades at the end of chapter 5.)
* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Some of them are reluctant to show their crotches, but that's about as "nude-shy" as they get. None of them see any problem in going practically completely naked.
* ShoutOut:
** The last seven professors confronted are based to various degrees off
only 13 (as of the GEATHJERK officers from ''VideoGame/TheWonderful101''.
*** Dian = Laambo: Both have white, three-headed giant mechanical things on their side.
*** Wendy = Wanna: Both are fought in a storm, TheEvilGenius of the group technology
summer-autumn timeskip and craft-wise, and both have made a form of parasitic bio weapon.
*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element,
in general given the amount first chapter's bumping of time she spends during the chase sequence going through liquid silver.
*** Burnda = Walltha: Fire-themed, pilots a huge mecha, boxes the protagonists
Dipper and Mabel's birthday). Between Dipper not agreeing with mechas in a volcano.
*** Burrda = Heyourgah: We don't know much about Heyourgah [[spoiler:as Vorkken kills him before he's encountered]], but
this ''and'' his files do reveal that he's ice-themed highly confused romance instinct given recent events, this generally leads to [[spoiler:Mable "awakening" and fast. Burrda fits both of these.
*** Dove = Gimme: TheDragon who has an enourmous flagship, a mecha based on the Flatwoods Monster, and is fought in [[spoiler:the remains of a "major" city/town after it's been pulled to the sky thanks to a type of anti-gravity beam.
starting her first attack.]]
*** [=.GIFfany=] = Jergingha: The BigBad [[spoiler:battled * TookALevelInBadass: Noteworthy here in space how she's generally portrayed as really competent when compared to Dipper and with Mabel, although depending on the biggest mecha in exact scenario (most notably, ''Spooky's'') those twins just become less competent while she's the story by far.]]
* SingleTargetSexuality: While Fan claims the other copies are "open-minded," the professors are nearly literally hard-wired to
one being after their respective player. Except Rose, as she was technically "returned" first. [[spoiler:As well as Burnda, Burrda, and Dove, each of which got over their players completely. (The twins for buying both of them in a bad attempt to make a harem, which provokes both of them to be hostile towards one-another until they question why they're even bothering fighting over a polygamous guy like Gerald. Dove because her player flat-out saw her as a way of getting catharsis from his dad getting killed by a robot in the past, villified her before she even went yandere, and ultimately painting a very negative view to Dove on what humans think about [=AIs=].)]]
* UnlimitedWardrobe: A variation -- in each fic appearance (currently [=RunGif=], ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', and a ''[=SBIGlet=]''), they bear different outfits. Though there is some overlap (their outfits in the epilogue of ''run:gifocalypse'' are just like the ones in ''Journals''). For example, all three of Rose's outfits thus far are plant-like in nature.
super active.



[[folder:Rose]]

!! Professor Rose (Number: 2222222)

The professor of plant. Her subject is botany. She is the leader of Domain 1, located in a custom garden she made in Gravity Falls forest.

* BewareTheNiceOnes: [[spoiler:As revealed in the Memory Banks, she was ''incredibly'' hostile to [=.GIFfany=] when pressuring her to hold up her end of the "deal."]]
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Downplayed. It's implied here and there for most of the story, mainly kicking up around Arc 3. Especially Kathody's reports on what Rose had done in beteen Domains 10 and 11 when she thought the gang killed Professor Wendy. [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed that, despite her claims, she cares more about the well-being of her sisters than the lives of the main group -- including 12-year old Dipper and Mabel. Even when they're outnumbered by the professors. Word of God is that she was based on an apparent occurance where a Vocal Minority of ''Undertale'' fans known to insult people for not going on a full Pacifist run. In essense, caring more about the "fictional characters" (er, the [=AIs=]) than the human beings "playing the game."]] She gets over it.
* BrickJoke: [=.GIFfany=] suggesting the name "Number Two" for her when they "first meet" ends up fitting a heck of a coincidence when her serial number turns out to consist entirely of seven successive 2s.
* FlowerInHerHair: It's suggested that having something "important" in one's hair is a sign of rank among the [=.GIFfany=]s, with the default cable-bow being a complicated exception (it's something they're free to wear, yet their leader wears it not out of rank sign but because it's part of the default outfit she sticks to). Rose has a ''Pikmin''-styled flower in her hair as her decoration, and it's implied that her students hold this type of flower especially above the others that have such plants in their hair.
* GardenGarment: ''Always'' wears some kind of plant-based outfit.
* GreenThumb: The professor of plants. She can possess trees to form a pseudo-mecha around her, and can even accellerate plant growth.
* MrExposition: After being caught in the Illegal Prime Neutralizer, she acts as the expository guide for the main characters for the majority of the story. Unlike most exposition-givers, however, she has a habit of giving information too ''late'', thanks to being rather forgetful and having an odd habit of only telling the gang about the absolute next professor in line (she believes that there is hardly any point in throwing information about any ''future'' enemies well before the prep time to go and face them).

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[[folder:Rose]]

!! Professor Rose (Number: 2222222)

The professor of plant. Her subject
----

[[folder:These Guys in General]]

* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Soos
is botany. She is the leader of Domain 1, located in a custom garden she made in Gravity Falls forest.

* BewareTheNiceOnes: [[spoiler:As revealed in the Memory Banks, she was ''incredibly'' hostile to
"standard funny naked guy" (perpetually stays around naked for no reason and avoids clothes at all costs), [=.GIFfany=] when pressuring her to hold up her end of the "deal."]]
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Downplayed. It's implied here and there for most of the story, mainly kicking up around Arc 3. Especially Kathody's reports on what Rose had done in beteen Domains 10 and 11 when she thought the gang killed Professor Wendy. [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed that, despite her claims, she cares more about the well-being of her sisters than the lives of the main group -- including 12-year old Dipper and Mabel. Even when they're outnumbered by the professors. Word of God
is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl (aware that she was based on an apparent occurance where makes a Vocal Minority lot of ''Undertale'' fans known to insult people for not going on a full Pacifist run. In essense, caring more about the "fictional characters" (er, the [=AIs=]) than the human beings "playing the game."]] She gets over it.
* BrickJoke: [=.GIFfany=] suggesting the name "Number Two" for her when they "first meet" ends up fitting a heck of a coincidence when her serial number turns out to consist entirely of seven successive 2s.
* FlowerInHerHair: It's suggested that having something "important" in one's hair
uncomfortable, but doesn't care at all), Melody is a sign of rank among the [=.GIFfany=]s, with the default cable-bow being a complicated exception (it's something they're free to wear, yet their leader wears it not out of rank sign but because it's part of the default outfit she sticks to). Rose has a ''Pikmin''-styled flower in ReluctantFanserviceGirl (loses her hair as her decoration, and it's implied that her students hold this type of flower especially above the others that have such plants in their hair.
* GardenGarment: ''Always'' wears some kind of plant-based outfit.
* GreenThumb: The professor of plants. She can possess trees to form
clothes a pseudo-mecha around her, and can even accellerate plant growth.
* MrExposition: After
lot, hates being caught naked in public), and Rumble is more of an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice Guy]] (his game apparently ''didn't'' have a nudity taboo at all for some reason, he doesn't ever quite get the Illegal Prime Neutralizer, she acts as the expository guide for the main characters for the majority scope of the story. Unlike most exposition-givers, however, she has a habit of giving information too ''late'', thanks to how rude he's being rather forgetful and having an odd habit of only telling the gang about the absolute next professor in line (she believes that there is hardly any point in throwing information about any ''future'' enemies well before the prep time to go and face them).
seen as).



[[folder:Kathody]]

!! Professor Kathody (Number: 0507915)

The professor of soul. Her subject is dramatic arts. She resides in Domain 2, a "haunted house" attraction in the Sahara. Carrying about little more than having a good horror-themed spirit,

* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Tricks the group into thinking there is a Grim Reaper-like figure in the haunted mansion that is Domain 2, then reveals herself as ''fully supporting [=.GIFfany=]'' (unlike Rose, who makes it increasingly clear she isn't), and then tries to come at the group with a scythe.
* {{Expy}}: She's partly based on Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' character, down to name (her name was Kathy), using a scythe, and her love for freaking people out. She's a lot more of an asshole, though. Her color scheme is completely different too (Kathy having pale skin and "blood red" hair, Kath''od''y have tanned skin and yellow hair). WordOfGod also states that her LargeHam was inspired by [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Calculon.]]
* LargeHam: And she LOVES bursting into ALL CAPS when trying to announce her BRILLIANT haunted house.
* SoulPower: Her element, although the way she manipulates it ''prior'' to "State of Emergency" (where she blatantly controls a bunch of ghost energy) is subtle, as it is the kind of "glue" keeping her staircase together.
* StarterVillain: Rose was hardly an obstacle, much less a villain, as she just tried to talk the group out of progressing the domains rather than outright try to attack them. Kathody is the first ''real'' threat faced in the Gifocalypse, and
* VillainTeamUp: Attempts to try to overwhelm the gang by directly teaming up with Searah. It backfires, and the gang tricks the two of them into attacking each-other.

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[[folder:Kathody]]

!! Professor Kathody (Number: 0507915)

The professor of soul. Her subject is dramatic arts. She resides
[[folder:Jesus "Soos" Alzamirano Ramírez]]

[...] GPF also created him as a playable characer
in Domain 2, a "haunted house" attraction ''MUGEN'', going by "ULTI HAREM SOOS." He can summon just about every named character on this page, and in the Sahara. Carrying about little more than having a other two "Main Characters" divisions.

* AmbiguouslyHuman: He has absurdly superhuman sexual stamina, the ability to shrug off certain attacks while training with the video games like nothing (some ''might'' justify this in that they're being light on him as he's training), he gains unusually
good horror-themed spirit,

* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Tricks the group into thinking there is a Grim Reaper-like figure in the haunted mansion
stealth skills, and there's generally some really odd quirks to him that is Domain 2, then reveals herself as ''fully supporting [=.GIFfany=]'' (unlike Rose, who makes it increasingly clear she isn't), are not present in canon. He doesn't mind being ExposedToTheElements one bit and then tries to come at the group with a scythe.
* {{Expy}}: She's partly based on Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' character, down to name (her name was Kathy), using a scythe, and her
has very strange {{hammerspace}} abilities. [[spoiler:It's revealed that he's part love for freaking people out. She's a lot more of an asshole, though. Her color scheme is completely different too (Kathy having pale skin and "blood red" hair, Kath''od''y have tanned skin and yellow hair). WordOfGod also states that her LargeHam was inspired by [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Calculon.fairy.]]
* LargeHam: And she LOVES bursting into ALL CAPS when trying to announce her BRILLIANT haunted house.
FightingClown: Runs around naked, randomly does hand stands and shoots guns from nowhere.
* SoulPower: Her element, although the way she manipulates it ''prior'' to "State of Emergency" (where she blatantly controls a bunch of ghost energy) is subtle, as it is the kind of "glue" keeping her staircase together.
* StarterVillain: Rose was hardly an obstacle, much less a villain, as she just tried to talk the group
{{Hammerspace}}: More obvious in ''MUGEN'', but he can whip guns from out of progressing the domains rather nowhere.
* SurpriseIncest: He's luckier
than Dipper in that he gets an aversion of this. [[spoiler:After finding out that he's part love fairy, and said love fairy that told him that was related to [=.GIFfany=], he outright try to attack them. Kathody is asks if this means they're related. Kyu clarifies that, no, they're not -- he's just one 32nd-''part of the first ''real'' threat faced in same species'', which of course doesn't mean part of the Gifocalypse, and
* VillainTeamUp: Attempts to try to overwhelm the gang by directly teaming up with Searah. It backfires, and the gang tricks the two of them into attacking each-other.
same family.]]



[[folder:Searah]]

!! Professor Searah (Number: 0519367)

The professor of water. Her subject/general field is athletics. Domain 3, her place, is located in the "center" of the Bermuda Triangle, and deep under the ocean at that.

* JerkJock: Invokes this image considering how she's a generally unpleasant, elitist person and her field of teaching is athletics.
* MakingASplash: Can possess water.
* SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers: To the point where she excludes anyone from even ''seeing'' her domain if they are not "idealistic enough."
* WalkingSwimsuitScene: Goes around in a school swimsuit in ''run:gifocalypse''. She ditches this and wears other, ''more''-revealing, also water-themed outfits in ''SBIG'' and the epilogue of ''gifocalypse''.

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[[folder:Searah]]

!! Professor Searah (Number: 0519367)

The professor of water. Her subject/general field is athletics. Domain 3, her place, is located in
[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* TangledFamilyTree: She's
the "center" offspring of the Bermuda Triangle, a human (Brenda) and deep under the ocean a video game (Game and Watch), yet is also somehow related ''biological'' to at that.

* JerkJock: Invokes this image considering how
least a love fairy (Kyu), a family of "forest 'dwarves'" ([[spoiler:the Corduroys]]), [...] By adoption, she's a generally unpleasant, elitist person and her field of teaching is athletics.
* MakingASplash: Can possess water.
* SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers: To the point where she excludes anyone from even ''seeing'' her domain if they are not "idealistic enough."
* WalkingSwimsuitScene: Goes around in a school swimsuit in ''run:gifocalypse''. She ditches this and wears other, ''more''-revealing,
also water-themed outfits in ''SBIG'' and the epilogue older sister of ''gifocalypse''.
an AnimalisticAbomination (Creepypasta Sonic).



[[folder:Sandy]]

!! Professor Sandy (Number: 0556491)

The professor of earth. Her subject is geology. She has turned a rise in the middle of the Grand Canyon into the setting of Domain 4, which like Rose's place is building-less. It's an outdoors worshipping ground for the "Lightning Goddess" (read: [=.GIFfany=], who tricked Sandy into thinking she was a deity).

* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Her Main Possession is a large, hard-to-hit statue of [=.GIFfany=]'s head. She's also pretty intellegent when she's not high, and her students are able to quickly capture the Shack team with ease.
* DishingOutDirt: Can possess rocks.
* StonersAreFunny: Eventually confirmed in "State of Emergency" to be a bit of a pothead. Well, not "pot" so much as "her specialized 'herbal tea.'"

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[[folder:Sandy]]

!! Professor Sandy (Number: 0556491)

[[folder:Melody Seeren]]

A former worker at Meat Cute that started dating Soos.
The professor of earth. Her subject is geology. She [=.GIFfany=] copies ended up kidnapping her while the Mystery Shack was on their way to fight Nzyvo, and Soos, Rumble, and the "main" [=.GIFfany=] went on a mission to save her. Eventually, [[EverybodyHasLotsOfSex stuff happened between the four,]] and now she's an active part of

[...] After the time skip, she starts running for president, although she
has turned a rise in the middle no idea how to actually do it. After figuring out that she has no plans, she tries to get herself out-voted and kicked out of the Grand Canyon into the setting of Domain 4, election -- [[SpringtimeForHitler which like Rose's place is building-less. It's an outdoors worshipping ground for backfires.]]

* AllWomenAreLustful: Forget ''that'' -- she's a blatant pervert here. She even tries to wave this around to get herself out of
the election, but it backfires. (It "helps" that one of her opponents, Stan, was pressured by Mabel in to saying that he was going to try to get all porn banned as president. That was a move that pissed a lot of people off, so they saw Melody as an alternative that wouldn't get it banned.)
* BadassNormal: In the past, she was able to hold her own against '''Zephieye
"Lightning Goddess" (read: Cultist" Smith''', an expy of a lategame ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' boss, on her own without any mecha. Since Soos is [[spoiler:one thirty-second love fairy]], she's also the only complete human on Team [=.GIFfany=], who tricked Sandy into thinking GIFfany=] Land. Until she was gets bit by a deity).

radioactive chicken and gains superpowers, that is.
* BerserkButton: Want to see her "strong side" without actually hurting anybody? Just try to cut her hair. She's okay with any other "makeovers," but do ''not'' fuck with the hair.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Her Main Possession Under her childishness, she's actually one of the most threatening members of Team Dai-Shackan. She was able to fend off against ''the Lightning Cultist''[[note]]Recall that this fic loves to have a clean division between First Half enemies and Second Half enemies. Pretty much every single canonical antagonist (well, only including their canon actions) except Bill and company would be considered "First Half"-level -- including [=.GIFfany=], who Melody actually fought in canon. Lightning Cultist is a large, hard-to-hit statue "Second Half." Keep in mind that most of [=.GIFfany=]'s head. She's also the Second Half threats were faced with at least Finalayer Shackan Lagann, and Melody had no such access to that luxury[[/note]] even back before Dipper and Mabel went against the Gnomes, and fends pretty intellegent well when she's not high, and her students are overwhelming outnumbered (this is used to explain why the army of millions of [=.GIFfanys=] were able to quickly capture the Shack team kidnap her, yet she could take on a building-sized mecha on foot with ease.
* DishingOutDirt: Can possess rocks.
* StonersAreFunny: Eventually confirmed in "State
relative ease). She's overall one of Emergency" the last people you'd want to be piss off, although it's pretty hard to ''completely'' piss her off without threatening a loved one or pushing her one BerserkButton.
* EmpoweredBadassNormal: In chapter 7, she gets
bit by a radioactive chicken and gets meat-themed powers.
* {{Flanderization}}: It basically started with the joke that she was the one to react to all the naked teasing in [=.GIFfany=] Land. ("'Oh man! That's spicey!' Said Melody actually, I'm sick
of the guy alwayss being the pervert Homer Simpson of the two." [sic]) Then eventually she became full-on sex obsessed and got flustered every time a pothead. Well, not "pot" so much as "her specialized 'herbal tea.'"
[=.GIFfany=] had a boob out. This also carries on, to a lesser extent, to ''Escape From Fanservice Island''. Compare all of that with ''run:gifocalypse'', where she barely seems to even ''care'' about all the naked people around her.
* TakeThat: Her ShamelessFanserviceGirl-antics are a sharp dig at the "Embarassed Naked Female" (or male) genre.



[[folder:Cardia]]

!! Professor Cardia (Number: 0523349)

The professor of meat. Her subject is zoobiology. She intends to run a chain of fast food establishments called "Gif Bytes," though when confronted she only has one building created. Said building is Domain 5, located by Niagara Falls.

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[[folder:Cardia]]

!! Professor Cardia (Number: 0523349)

The professor
[[folder:Rumble [=McSkirmish=] ]]

Originally the protagonist
of meat. Her subject is zoobiology. She intends fighting game ''Fight Fighters'' with the ability to run a chain of fast food establishments called "Gif Bytes," though when confronted she only has one building created. Said building is Domain 5, located by Niagara Falls.
jump in to the real world.



[[folder:Bubbles]]

!! Professor Bubbles (Number: 0597278)

The professor of soap, and basic/alkali materials in general. She specializes in teaching about plumbing, but also gives beauty care tips. She is the only professor who established her domain in her actual home country of Japan. Specifically, Domain 6 is a hot spring/sauna/shower room/etc all-purpose building in Mt. Fuji.

* {{Troll}}: Moreso than Burnda (who generally only messes with [=.GIFfany=], while Bubbles tries to worm her way into everyone's heads). She ''lives'' on worming her way into other's heads and trying to make them realize their faults. It's all supposedly so that they'll self-evaluate and become better people because of it, but she admits that she likes toying around with them too.

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[[folder:Bubbles]]

[[folder:[=.GIFfany=] Copies]]

There were, somehow, ''exactly'' 4,444,444 copies total of ''Romance Academy 7'', all of which were sentient. They were originally identical and tried going for that, but eventually went with in-universe DivergentCharacterEvolution after working together for a little bit. Soos manages to talk sense in to all but one of them. That one is Eve, and instead Mabel ''punches'' sense in to her.

After the summer-autumn TimeSkip, [=.GIFfany=] hooks up a system to constantly produce even more copies, as her ''run:gifocalypse'' counterpart does. Their numbers, which were static in the First Half, continue expanding even well in to the epilogue.

!! Copies in General, Including the Main One

!! Professor Bubbles (Number: 0597278)

The professor
Rose

!! Professor Kathody

!! Professor Searah

!! Professor Sandy

!! Professor Cardia

!! Professor Bubbles

!! Professor Leona

!! Professor Sonia

!! Professor Dian

!! Professor Wendy

!! Professor Shannon

!! Professor Burnda

!! Professor Burrda

!! Professor Dove

!! Professor Eve

* GodivaHair: Most
of soap, and basic/alkali materials her outfits invoke this, annoying [[AuthorAvatar Great Pikmin Fan.]]
* TokenEvilTeammate: Until chapter 6, when Mabel basically fights her
in general. She specializes in teaching about plumbing, but to also gives beauty care tips. becoming good. She is does spend several months pretending to be nicer, pulling pranks on the only professor who established her domain in her actual home country of Japan. Specifically, Domain 6 is a hot spring/sauna/shower room/etc all-purpose building in Mt. Fuji.

* {{Troll}}: Moreso than Burnda (who generally only messes with [=.GIFfany=], while Bubbles tries to worm her way into everyone's heads). She ''lives'' on worming her way into other's heads and trying to make them realize their faults. It's all supposedly so that they'll self-evaluate and become better people because of it, but
others, when she admits that she likes toying around with them too.
really wanted Soos for herself.

!! Other Copies



[[folder:Leona]]

!! Professor Leona (Number: 0811804)

The professor of paint/oil. Her subject is, unsurprisingly, visual art. Deep within the Amazon Rainforest is Domain 7, the art club, consisted of four building divided amongst herself and three other "overseers" (Michelle, Donna, and Raffaela) that she technically outranks.

* ArtAttacker: She can attack with paint, and transform paint from a painting into a sort of temporary weapon.
* BerserkButton: Do ''not'' mess with her art.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Has a high opinion of herself and what she creates. She's also smug enough to let her other three overseers toy around with the gang first before going after them herself.

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[[folder:Leona]]

!! Professor Leona (Number: 0811804)

The professor of paint/oil. Her subject is, unsurprisingly, visual art. Deep within
----

[[folder:Creepypasta Sonic Miyazumi/Supernude-Watch]]

* AntiMagic: [[spoiler:He gains
the Amazon Rainforest is Domain 7, ability to neutralize Spiral Power. Thankfully, it doesn't work against the art club, consisted Powers of four building divided amongst herself and three other "overseers" (Michelle, Donna, and Raffaela) Courage/Power/Wisdom.]]
* BewareTheSillyOnes: He ''is'' pretty evil, just not...
that she powerful. [[spoiler:After merging with ''Mis-Edventures'', he gains that power. And oh ''boy'', does Team Dai-Shackan kick themselves for not taking him seriously and killing him before (ignoring that killing him would technically outranks.

cause a massive time paradox as Multiverses B-D would have never been created, and from Multiverse D, Bill Cipher would not have been "made").]]
* ArtAttacker: She can attack EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: In an inversion to [=.GIFfany=]'s Electra Complex, he has one hell of an oedipal complex. He hates Game and Watch for just about no reason, but gets vehemently defensive over his mother Brenda. [[spoiler:This turns out to be his weakness -- ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** He openly admits to ripping off [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]] -- or rather, the boss fight. [[spoiler:He transforms himself in to ]]
** [=.GIFfany=] also calls him out for directly ripping off her actions near the end of either ending of ''run:gifocalypse'' (the "Flowey-inspired battle" from the Official Ending, and the assimilation-gimmick from the Special Ending).
* OffTheRails: [[spoiler:He derails Mable's final battle. ''Just'' after Mabel finishes her off, he storms on in
with paint, ''Mis-Edventures'' on his side, and transform paint from turns the whole world in to a painting into a sort of temporary weapon.
"Creepypasta Hellhole."]]
* BerserkButton: Do ''not'' mess SealedEvilInACan: [[spoiler:He ends up getting sent to the ''Crconikals'' world as just regular ol' Sonic, with her art.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Has a high opinion
no memory of herself and who he is until either if he dies (which he does in the Loop Timeline) or regains it through some complex magic (which he does in the Split Timeline).]]
* ShoutOut:
** And his method of [[spoiler:arriving to destroy the remains of Mable's mecha]] mimmicks
what she creates. She's also smug enough to let her other three overseers toy around with Sonic does in ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' near the gang end of the Subspace Emissary.
* TakeThat:
* WalkingSpoiler: Honestly, the fact that he even has so many tropes in the
first before going after them herself.
place is a give away that his quick show-up in chapter 3 wasn't the last we'll see of him. It's ''extremely'' difficult to talk about him without at least implying that he's not just some one-time joke character.



[[folder:Sonia]]

!! Professor Sonia (Number: 0455593)

The professor of sound. Her subject is music. She set up a quiet, future-performance site in the form of Domain 8, an open-roof theater in the middle of the Everglade swamp.

* MakeMeWannaShout: The professor of sound. She can possess and manipulate sound waves, to the point where she can turn a simple clap into a disrupting ring that can stun anyone around her.

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[[folder:Sonia]]

----

[[folder:Mechanical Counterparts]]

!! Professor Sonia (Number: 0455593)

The professor of sound. Her subject is music. She set up a quiet, future-performance site in
Lumberizer

Wendy's mechanical counterpart, and
the form of Domain 8, an open-roof theater in the middle first of the Everglade swamp.

mechs Mable the Typomonster summons on the planet.

* MakeMeWannaShout: MultiarmedAndDangerous: Like Skeletron Prime, she has four arms, each with a different weapon.

!!

!! [=.MP4 Prime=]

One of the last mechs Mable unleashes to Earth (Brobot did not come in to play until after entering Mable's arena), this is [=.GIFfany=]'s counterpart. She was sent along with the below three robots as part of a "last-ditch wave," and Mable sent all four at once to spite the polygamous group they are based on.

!! Ass Kick, Ass Reap

Rumble's mechanical counterpart

!! Fleshgirl

Melody's mechanical counterpart

!! Savior

Soos' mechanical counterpart,

!! Brobot

The professor of sound. She can possess strongest and manipulate sound waves, most feared of all mechanical counterparts, he corresponds to the point where she can turn a simple clap into a disrupting ring that can stun anyone around her.
Dipper.



[[folder:Dian]]

!! Professor Dian (Number: 2201940)

The professor of poison, and to a lesser extent chemicals, acids, anedotes, and the components of the "main poison" overall. She's the group's chemist. Domain 9 was intended to be her bringing a childhood fantasy of her player to life (actually, this applies to a lesser extent to most of the other domains as well), about searching through a cave to find ingredients to an antedote for her dying grandmother. Dian picked a quartet of unexplored sub-tunnels in the largest cave in the world, Hang Sơn Đoòng, to be a place where her copies would search for special ingredients. What they found instead was part of what led to four specific copies not just taking control over Dian's domain (an event Dian was completely okay with), but also scouting out and finding information for the future of [=.GIFfany=]'s plans.

* BewareTheNiceOnes: It's strongly implied that she is ''the'' most powerful of the professors by a long shot [[spoiler:unless you include the rift in [=.GIFfany=]'s power roster]], but doesn't actually act accordingly because she's too much of a softie pushover. This is also the reason why [=.GIFfany=] is terrified of Shannon, but not of Dian, despite Dian possibly being the stronger of the two: because Dian is such a huge doormat, she'll put up with anything [=.GIFfany=] throws at her. Shannon... not as much.
* {{Expy}}: While Fan came up with Tagger's appearance before he finalized Dian's design, Dian was ultimately revealed first. Her outfit is identical to that of Tagger's, an OriginalGeneration wannabe Youtube star Fan made for ''VideoGame/{{MUGEN}}''. Neon green shirt, pale blue pants, red shoes. And, at times, a gas mask (though Dian's is purple, not gray).
* {{Meganekko}}: She's not the only copy that wears glasses, but she is the only [[spoiler:first-gen]] professor to do so. And she's also one of the nicest of them, only really competing with Rose and Shannon.
* PoisonousPerson: Her element involves poisons and generally acidic substances.

to:

[[folder:Dian]]

!! Professor Dian (Number: 2201940)

The professor
----

Mecha from ''The Journals
of poison, Wisdom, Power, and to a lesser extent chemicals, acids, anedotes, and Courage''. Given that the components of the "main poison" overall. She's the group's chemist. Domain 9 was intended to be her bringing a childhood whole story is one intentionally poorly-written power fantasy that aims to look like it straight from the mind of her player a bizarre and perverted 13 year old who can't spell check to life (actually, this applies save his life, you can bet that there's also a lot of mechs to a lesser extent to most go around.

[[folder:Shackan Lagann and Variations]]

!! Lagann

Yes, [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann that Lagann.]] (Well, not the exact same incarnation of it anyway.) A mecha found in Piedmont near the very end
of the other domains as well), about searching through a cave to find ingredients to an antedote for her dying grandmother. Dian picked a quartet of unexplored sub-tunnels in the largest cave in the world, Hang Sơn Đoòng, to be a place where her copies would search for special ingredients. What they found instead was part of what led to four specific copies not just taking second chapter. Mabel takes control over Dian's domain (an event Dian was completely okay with), but also scouting out of this and finding information uses it as her main mecha for the future of [=.GIFfany=]'s plans.

* BewareTheNiceOnes:
entire fan fic afterwards, with the only other person to pilot it being the Love God after he steals it from her.

!! The Mystery Shack/Shacktron/"Shackan"

It's strongly implied revealed as early as the second chapter that she is ''the'' most powerful Stan had converted the Mystery Shack (excluding its underground lab) in to a sort of mecha. This combines with Lagann to form the Shackan Lagann, Mabel's primary mecha for the majority of the professors by a long shot [[spoiler:unless you include story. During the rift in [=.GIFfany=]'s power roster]], Second Half, Stan and [=McGucket=] work on it a little more so that it can fight on its own as an independant mecha (during the summer, at best it could just move around and jump far, but doesn't actually act accordingly because she's too much of a softie pushover. This is also the reason why [=.GIFfany=] is terrified of Shannon, but not of Dian, despite Dian possibly had no combat skills without being the stronger of the two: because Dian is such a huge doormat, she'll put up combined with anything [=.GIFfany=] throws at her. Shannon... not as much.
Lagann) in case of an emergency that splits it from Lagann. Both during summer and autumn, Dipper usually "pilots" this.

* UnfortunateNames: Pointed out many times, especially during the Second Half. It sounds a lot like "[[Film/AustinPowers Shaggin'.]]"
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Absolutely no tourist seems to care that this building has ''legs'' and a BadassArmfold. They're still more interested in Stan's phoney attractions than they are in the fact that it's half of a SuperRobot that can make drills from nothing. It's still like this in the epilogue.

!! Shackan Lagann

!! Finalayer Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Shackan Lagann to channel Spiral Energy in to Finalayer, Nzyvo's original hideout-turned-Pines/Nothwest-residence.

* {{Expy}}: While Fan came up with Tagger's appearance before he finalized Dian's design, Dian was ultimately revealed first. Her outfit is identical Of Arc Gurren Lagann.

!! Jovian Shackan Lagann

The end result of getting Finalayer Shackan Lagann
to that of Tagger's, an OriginalGeneration wannabe Youtube star Fan made channel Spiral Energy in to Mable the Typomonster's fake-Jupiter base.

* {{Expy}}: Of Super Galaxy Gurren Lagann.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: This mecha and the Tengen Toppa variant would not have existed if not
for ''VideoGame/{{MUGEN}}''. Neon green shirt, pale blue pants, red shoes. And, at times, a gas mask (though Dian's is purple, not gray).
* {{Meganekko}}: She's not the only copy that wears glasses, but she is the only [[spoiler:first-gen]] professor
Mable trying to do so. And she's also one make a robotic duplicate of the nicest of them, only really competing with Rose and Shannon.
Jupiter.

!! Tengen Toppa Shackan Lagann

* PoisonousPerson: Her element involves poisons and generally acidic substances.
{{Expy}}: At this point, take a wild guess.



[[folder:Wendy]]

!! Professor Wendy (Number: 0521355)

The professor of wind/air. She's a huge ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan who teaches her followers about piloting and auto-shop. Enjoying windy storms as well, she set up Domain 10 in New Delhi so that they could be blasted by the Monsoon winds. Domain 10 itself is a large ''WesternAnimation/KingOfThheHill'' fanclub that also specializes in making highly advanced methods of transportation.

* BerserkButton:
** Obviously, insulting ''King of the Hill'' in any way is one of them. Or rather, was. She stops becoming so defensive of the show and later outright starts not liking it.
** [[WouldHitAGirl A male hitting a female]] ''was'' another way to piss her off, even if said female is a superpowered super-humanoid with her own army in the thousands and said guys are just in two. She also expects Dipper and Soos to play a form of football with her copies ''without'' actually making any sort of remotely antagonistic physical contact with them.
** Violating what ''King of the Hill'' would consider acceptable, another bit of irony considering her boss and a good chunk of the domains. Using "Sug Night" as evidence, a man's ass is okay, but not a woman's. Swearing around her isn't generally advized unless you're Shannon, as Shannon intimidates her.
** However, one constant is suggesting that air pollution isn't an issue. She's no Sandy, or Rose, or Searah, but she takes the environment in general ''very'' seriously, and she made herself in charge of air-related nature specifically.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Yes, she's obsessed with ''King of the Hill'', to the point where she quotes it and cites the exact episode by season and number for most of her viewpoints. But she's also not the one to mess around -- she can possess ''an entire tornado'', and in a world that completely averts DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud at that. [[spoiler:As you could imagine, she manages to trap the hero group within ''seconds flat''. Her own belief that she was just canon fodder was the only thing keeping her from winning the whole Gifocalypse.]]
* BlowYouAway: The professor of wind. She enjoys being out in storms, and can possess the air itself, but does better while it's blowing. She's also the only professor that outright ''generates'' what's deadly about her Main Possession -- her biggest claim to fame is being able to possess ''a tornado'', as well as generate the winds to ''make'' that tornado in the first place.
* CharacterBlog: Downplayed. In chapter 13, the narrative mentions her having a Tumblr page and talks about it by name, down to specifying how to type it into a url. The reason for this is because said Tumblr blog actually exists. The reason for the downplay is that there's only three posts -- a short introduction, [[spoiler:P. Wendy saying that she's already gotten sick of ''King of the Hill'' over just three days and does not feel like actually using the blog, and a "random update over four years after the Gifocalypse" which serves as some additional closure detailing more than one year in the future.]]
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Overall, the fact that she talks in heavy southern-slang when [=.GIFfany=] introduces [[spoiler:the copy-creation chamber of the Construction Site]] combined with the two talking about ''King of the Hill'' should be a clue-in that she's a fan. The HotBlooded aspects of her are established two chapters later, where one of the first things she does with the main protagonist group is ''leap into the air in the middle of a monsoon rain, draw a sword out, increase the size of that sword, and cleave off the entire roof of '''her own domain's building'''''.
* {{Expy}}: To [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Undyne,]] although if you consider Burnda and Burrda like the "Mettaton" and "Alphys" of the group, Wendy is ''really'' not a flattering expy. Bordering on TakeThat levels, in fact.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Not as bad as Dove, but it's implied that she's not very well-liked by the other professors (her students, on the other hand, ''love'' her -- the same cannot be said about Dove). Even Rose, who normally loves the others, felt the need to restate and emphasize that she does ''not'' want the protagonists to kill any copy when they are about to face off against her.
* ThereWasADoor: Manages to rope ''the heroes'' into an unwilling version of this. In short, they never really go in or out of her building through the front door in chapter 10. [[spoiler:Mabel, at least, does both in the epilogue once the domains are being taken down and revamped on the PNG.]] In long, she slices the roof off and legs them fall in; then [[spoiler:during her breakdown, she flies out while the group is clinging on her back.]]

to:

[[folder:Wendy]]

[[folder:"Team Nzyvo" Mecha (and Derivatives)]]

!! Professor Wendy (Number: 0521355)

Lugghanhanzyen/Lazengann

A bit different from the TTGL's Lazengann.

!!
The professor of wind/air. She's Panty Kicker

!! Chocolate Pain

The Summerween Trickster's first mecha. It's shaped like
a huge ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan who teaches her followers about piloting and auto-shop. Enjoying windy storms as well, she set up Domain 10 in New Delhi so giant candy bar.

* ShoutOut: One letter off from [[Music/ChocolateRain a certain song
that they could be blasted by the Monsoon winds. Domain 10 itself is a large ''WesternAnimation/KingOfThheHill'' fanclub that also specializes in making highly advanced methods of transportation.

* BerserkButton:
** Obviously, insulting ''King of the Hill'' in any way is one of them. Or rather, was. She stops becoming so defensive of the show and later outright starts not liking it.
** [[WouldHitAGirl A male hitting a female]] ''was'' another way to piss her off, even if said female is a superpowered super-humanoid with her own army
was memetic back in the thousands and said guys are just in two. She also expects Dipper and Soos to play days.]]

!! You, Eff Off

The Shape Shifter's mecha, shaped like
a form of football with her giant flying saucer.

!! Super T-Rex

The cyber-Pterodactyl's mecha,

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Both
copies ''without'' actually making any sort of remotely antagonistic physical contact with them.
** Violating what ''King of the Hill'' would consider acceptable, another bit of irony considering her boss and
get a good chunk of the domains. Using "Sug Night" as evidence, a man's ass is okay, but not a woman's. Swearing around her isn't generally advized unless you're Shannon, as Shannon intimidates her.
** However, one constant is suggesting that air pollution isn't an issue. She's no Sandy, or Rose, or Searah, but she takes the environment in general ''very'' seriously, and she made herself in charge of air-related nature specifically.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Yes, she's obsessed with ''King of the Hill'', to the point where she quotes it and cites the exact episode by season and number for most of her viewpoints. But she's also not the one to mess around -- she can possess ''an entire tornado'', and in a world that completely averts DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud at that. [[spoiler:As you could imagine, she manages to trap the hero group within ''seconds flat''. Her own belief that she was just canon fodder was the only thing keeping her from winning the whole Gifocalypse.]]
* BlowYouAway: The professor of wind. She enjoys being out in storms, and can possess the air itself, but does better while it's blowing. She's also the only professor that outright ''generates'' what's deadly about her Main Possession -- her biggest claim to fame is being able to possess ''a tornado'', as well as generate the winds to ''make'' that tornado in the first place.
* CharacterBlog: Downplayed. In chapter 13, the narrative mentions her having a Tumblr page and talks about it by name, down to specifying how to type it into a url. The reason for this is because said Tumblr blog actually exists. The reason for the downplay is that there's only three posts -- a short introduction, [[spoiler:P. Wendy saying that she's already gotten sick of ''King of the Hill'' over just three days and does not feel like actually using the blog, and a "random update over four years after the Gifocalypse" which serves as some additional closure detailing more than one year in the future.]]
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Overall, the fact that she talks in heavy southern-slang when [=.GIFfany=] introduces [[spoiler:the copy-creation chamber of the Construction Site]]
combined with the two talking about ''King total of the Hill'' should be a clue-in that she's a fan. The HotBlooded aspects of her are established two chapters later, where one of appearances and very little screentime. When the Pterodactyl is killed, Nzyvo sees no need to make more of them,

!! Super T-Eff Chocolate Panty

The end result of combining the above four mechas together. In chapter 4, this was only described as "something ridiculous." Chapter 6 gives more elaboration as Nzyvo begins producing more copies
of the first things she does with the main protagonist group is ''leap into the air in the middle of a monsoon rain, draw a sword out, increase the size of that sword, Panty Kicker and cleave off the entire roof of '''her own domain's building'''''.
* {{Expy}}: To [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Undyne,]] although if you consider Burnda and Burrda like the "Mettaton" and "Alphys" of the group, Wendy is ''really'' not a flattering expy. Bordering on TakeThat levels, in fact.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Not
Chocolate Pain, as bad as Dove, but it's implied that she's not very well-liked by the other professors (her students, on the other hand, ''love'' her -- the same cannot be said about Dove). Even Rose, who normally loves the others, it felt the need to restate also describe the out-of-comission mechs from before. It also finally names those mechs, and emphasize reveals that this name is something ridiculous.

* WeHardlyKnewYe: Unlike Do-Ten-Kai-Zen, it doesn't even get a chance to attack. Mabel just Giga Drill Breaks through all of it. Amazingly, none of its four pilots are killed -- Gideon leaves via escape pod at the last second, and [=.GIFfany=], Rumble, and the Trickster all survive both having holes drilled through them and the gigantic explosion that followed. Nzyvo continues making two of its components, but as the original pilots of the other two were long dead,
she does ''not'' want makes custom mechs for other people instead.

!! New Goldie

A successor to
the protagonists Chocolate Pain developed by [=McGucket=] and several lumberjacks, including the Corduroys. While the Wisdom-Power-Courage-Spiral gang of four have the entire Finalayer Shackan Lagann to themselves, this is the "second tier" counterpart to the Chocolate Pain that the Trickster and Stan pilot.

!! The Hexaseximal

A successor to the Panty Kicker actually produced by a joint-effort in [=.GIFfany=] Land. It's the [=.GIFfany=] Land-counterpart to the Finalayer Shackan Lagann. As the name ''might'' imply, it is a sixteen-way combination -- fifteen of them are piloted by the RG professors, and the sixteenth is a group-effort

* MsFanservice: Parodied, as it's a ''mecha.'' A mecha that looks an awful lot like sixteen naked women gathered together. Dipper has many, ''many'' StupidSexyFlanders moments with it. Comapre this to the Panty Kicker, which is less realistic in its human-replication and looks like it's ''actually wearing clothes''.

!! Monoseximal

Professor Eve's EvilCounterpart to the Hexaseximal. She fights Mabel with this shortly after Finalayer Shackan Lagann is used
to kill any copy when they are about to face off against her.
* ThereWasADoor: Manages to rope ''the heroes'' into an unwilling version of this. In short, they never really go in or out of her building through
the front door in chapter 10. [[spoiler:Mabel, at least, does both in the epilogue once the domains are being taken down and revamped on the PNG.]] In long, she slices the roof off and legs them fall in; then [[spoiler:during her breakdown, she flies out while the group is clinging on her back.]]
Lust Demon.



[[folder:Shannon]]

!! Professor Shannon (Number: 1140267)

The professor of light. Her subject is... "industry," meaning that she runs a highly industrialized workplace that also teaches her followers how to run their own industries. Domain 11, her place, is the second-largest of all domains (behind [=.GIFfany=]'s), and is a massive factory in the Yukon that specializes in producing her kind of special brand "mirrors."

* TheDreaded: Subverted. The fact that even ''[=.GIFfany=]'' is afraid of her should be a gigantic red flag in of itself. However... she's hardly malevolent, only attacks the group after they outright tell her that they're willing to ''kill what's basically her sisters'', and immediately calms down when she finds out about the truth.
* {{Expy}}: Basically a LighterAndSofter [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Enoch]] with a palette-swapped [=.GIFfany=]'s appearance. [[spoiler:Unlike Enoch, she genuinely had no idea that her domain was producing an addictive form of drugs with terrible withdrawl effects. After finding out, she ''immediately'' tries to get as many former mirror-addicts into rehabilitation, making them quit cold turkey and working them through the glitch effects.]] Hell, unlike the other ''OFF''-expies, her domain strongly resembles one of the Zones from said game, given that it's made of metal arranged in cubical buildings while the others generally try to shape their giffinium to resemble... actual buildings.
* FanDisservice: Her dress is see-through (aside from the breasts) and clearly revealers her panties underneath. Then she ends up not only trying to genuinely ''kill'' the hero group, but also possesses her own reflection and uses it to boost her power, quickly going into loop after loop of reflection-possessing until she turns into... well... a horrific-looking light construct.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: Does having light-themed powers sound shitty to you? Haha, not when you have control over a good chunk of the electromagnetic spectrum (aside from ''very'' large or ''very'' small wavelengths, but this range still goes to radio and ''gamma'' waves). It also comes with size-alteration, healing, and being able to slow/speed things up. Dialogue between her and Dipper also implied that she ''can'' "blind" someone by simply sucking all the light immediately by their face (IE going towards their eyes) away from them, but that this process would take way more energy than what it's worth. All in all, there's a ''damn good reason'' why she's the one copy in the entire story Risen-[=.GIFfany=] is terrified of. [[spoiler:And this is [=.GIFfany=] ''after'' aquiring the rift!]]
* KnightOfCerebus: An unusual case in that she is not a very cold-blooded or overly "serious" character herself. However, her domain and [[spoiler:the glitchy-body horror around it]], while still ultimately MonsterOfTheWeek-ish by this fic's standards, sets the tone for the last leg of the story, which is generally darker in nature or deals with more serious themes. After her, Burnda is the last real "lighthearted domain romp" part of the fic (though helping a bit is that the two parts of the Parícutin volcano are the last two "traditional" domains as well), and even then her chapter ends with [[spoiler:Burrda trying to force Ford into a "I die or you die, all so that [=.GIFfany=] doesn't resort to mass-destruction" fight.]]
* LightEmUp: The professor of light. Which also includes most other electromagnetic waves, and is linked to size, healing, ''and'' time alteration.
* NiceGuy: Probably the nicest of the professors. Unlike Rose (hypocrite, has some underlying implied aggression) and Dian (doormat to the point where she was completely willing to let copies with malevolent intentions completely take over her domain and not caring about that), her only real fault seems to be [[spoiler:ignorance at exactly ''what'' it was she was doing. That, and as with the other copies, she has an unhealthy attatchment to her player.]]
* PajamaCladHero: Invokes this image. She wears a transparent night dress, and most of her followers are clad in some form of pajamas or sleepwear, fitting the dream-theme of her domain.
* PoorCommunicationKills: Had Wendy just said "Hey, some of your copies are glitching up," the group could have gone through Domain 11 without ever having to face her protective side. Or even seen her Main Possession outside of the battle.
* SizeShifter: Has this power, as do most of her followers. She states that she has the largest range out of all of them, however, being able scale her physical form anywhere from the size of a skyscraper (the second max record is "only" about the size of a house) to being small enough so that even "tinier" ants look large by comparison (the second min record is... roughly dollar bill-sized).
* UhOhEyes: Like Burnda, Dove, and Risen [=.GIFfany=], she can switch to this look. In particular, she gives herself double-layered irises (yellow inner layer, red outer layer) and turns the shape of her irises and pupils to look jagged, which is described as looking like "two burning holes in space itself."

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Burnda]]

!! Professor Burnda (Number: 0130734)

-->''"Sorry, but we still have a few more challenges left to go."''

The professor of fire/heat. A physicist and wannabe competitive reality show hostess, she resides in Domain 12, a place deep inside the lower chambers of Parícutin. Most of her domain is dedicated to setting up the stage for a reality show that she drags the gang into. She considers herself "twins" with Burrda.

* AllLoveIsUnrequited: [[WordOfGod Great Pikmin Fan]] confirmed that she had a crush on Ford after a reviewer talked about their interactions. He later confirms it again in a far more blunt manner in general on Tumblr.
* BigBrotherInstinct: Or, Big Sister Instinct. She gets ''incredibly'' pissed off when Rumble challenges Burrda to a fight, even when all parties involved know that Burrda could just as easily have fried him and could fight for herself. This is ultimately what causes both Burnda to drop the act of her being a "blind [=.GIFfany=]"-supporter" and Burrda to say her first words heard in-fic. "Burnda. I can fight for myself."
* {{Expy}}: Design-wise, she's modeled off of [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda]], what with the name (hell, her player is even named Gerald), the OdangoHair style, and the whole "walks around in a visible thong" gimmick (though it's part of a ''show stage leotard''. Completely accpetable there! Except even she knows this is a lie). Personality-wise, she's somewhere along the lines of [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Chris McClean]] with a tiny, tiny dash of [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Mettaton.]]
* FireForgedFriends: She and Burrda used to ''hate'' each other, as a result of violent competition over the same player. Eventually they realized that they should just forget him and hang out with each other instead.
* FusionDance: Fuses with Burrda to become Blenda. The two copies count one-another as their "Main Possessions."
* HairDecs: Has two types: Ones modeled off of Brenda's, and ''a live flame in her hair''.
* LeotardOfPower: A thong-leotard (though none of the humans know at first, because she "always faces them foreward"), fancied up for use as the hostess's outfit in a game show.
* MotorMouth: She's actually holding back when she sneaks on the Construction Site and talks to Ford. Just about the time she meets with the band of four, she rambles a lot more often. Her appearances in derivative works often exaggerate this, although this is because Fan felt that ''run:gifocalypse'' actually downplayed it.
* PlayingWithFire: The professor of fire. She can possess individual flames, or practically any form of heat (the two are ''not'' exactly directly related, she just "felt" that she "had to" also possess fire outright). But her Main Possession is not some of fire-thing, as with Searah or Rose or the others. [[FusionDance It's Burrda.]]
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:As Blenda, as the "weirdness" within them is somehow "multiplied" to the point where they can bend reality in a room's worth of range. One of Blenda's more ''basic'' abilities is to turn all the doors of the room into a portal network, eliminating a way of getting out until they de-fuse or drop the portals.]]
* SiblingYinYang: The twins are, ultimately, intended to be something of heavy exaggerations of Mabel and Dipper, and she's the "Mabel" of the two.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: She's the ''only'' professor (not counting Risen) who appears in more than one of the chapters before her debut. Although to make up for it, her actual battled chapter is near the end of the fan fic.
* TokenGoodTeammate: Another Risen [=.GIFfany=]-opposer, and one of the most aggressive about it to boot. [[spoiler:She qualifies as this moreso than even the likes of Rose, Dian, or Shannon -- Burnda had declared [=.GIFfany=] not that much worth listening to ''well before the Gifocalypse''. In fact, when the professors all meet at the factory, Burnda and Burrda are the only ones who never attack [=.GIFfany=] for "not repaying her debt." Their domains are ''not'' necessarly to impress any player, and unlike Dove, they're not blowing shit up for the fun of it.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Burrda]]

!! Professor Burrda (Number: 0631019)

-->''"..."''

The professor of ice/lack-of-heat[[note]]On a technical/physics level, there is no such thing as "coldness," there is just having more or less heat. Things we percieve as "cold" can be looked at as things that have less heat than the average temperatures we are used to[[/note]]. She's another physicist, the co-hostess to Burnda, and her technical "Domain 13" is also in Parícutin. Except hers is the summit, and barely has anything in it. She considers herself "twins" with Burnda.

* AnIcePerson: The professor of [[InsistentTerminology lack-of-heat.]] Her possession skill is actually similar to Burnda's, except she sucks ''in'' possessed heat to herself or directed at another source, and lets the air become water, then ice as a result. She also finds no need to possess fire either, finding the two of them to be distinct enough.
* BerserkButton: "Game Over" reveals that she '''loathes''' being called "baby." "Precious" and "little" invoke similar reactions, but "baby" is the big one.
* {{Expy}}: Going with some of the ''Undertale'' parallels with Burnda having Metatton and Professor Wendy being slightly based on Undyne, Burrda is... actually, a weird combination of Alphys, Asgore, and to an even lesser extent, Papyrus.
* FusionDance: Can fuse with Burnda to become Blenda.
* MoralityPet: She's the only professor '''every''' other copy is at least somewhat nice to. Even ''[[HairTriggerTemper Dove]]'' takes no offense to being called out by her, and actually feels proud of Burrda for talking back to [[TheDreaded her.]] Even Risen [=.GIFfany=], who normally thinks of the other professors as awful mockeries of herself, [[spoiler:refuses to let Burrda and Ford follow through with the "one of them has to die to prevent a war" plan of hers, outright saying "I have seen myself do a lot of things [...] But one thing I really do not want to see myself do is die."]] All of this being said, however, she's far from harmless, and far from completely innocent.
* LeotardOfPower: Shares Burnda's type of outfit.
* TheNeedsOfTheMany: This is her logic, and why she [[spoiler:specifically picks Ford on a fight to the death. She feels that one death in Parícutin will result in a lack of any further death either via Dove (Burrda strongly suspected that Dove would end up going against her word) or definitely if [=.GIFfany=] sucks everyone into "endless mode." She doesn't actually ''want'' either of them to die, but feels that of the two parties, Ford and her would be the least painful losses to convince [=.GIFfany=] to not unleash a violent war. Her plan would have backfired anyway: [=.GIFfany=] wouldn't give a shit if Ford died, and she would go on an even ''bigger'' rampage if Burrda died. Dove would have been convinced, but she's a rain drop compared to [=.GIFfany=]'s ocean.]]
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: When she starts saying more than a few words. It means something ''bad.'' Even rarer than that is when she raises her voice -- the only time she really does so is [[spoiler:immediately after '''swallowing''' the green key card (the one that ''leads back to Gravity Falls''), then says that if the group wants to get back home, they'll have to rip the card out of her guts.]]
* TheQuietOne: In contrast to Burnda's MotorMouth. Not counting the moments she's fused with Burnda, she rarely speaks. At most, ''if pressed'', she'll say 1-5 word long sentences, and she even seems to actively make them as brief as she can.
* RealityWarper: See Burnda's entry.
* SiblingYinYang: Trait-wise, she and Burnda borrow a few elements from Dipper and Mabel, just greatly exaggerated. She's the "Dipper" of the two.
* SuicideByCop: [[spoiler:Attempts to pull this off, believing that either her death or an "unnecessary" human death will prevent the Gifocalypse from becoming an all-out war. The only reason why she doesn't kill herself early is because she ''really'' does not want to die. She, in a way, tries to let Ford to decide whether she dies or he dies, except he wants neither. After realizing that the Pines family shouldn't be broken up or have anyone one of them get killed, she prepares to kill herself, and would have succeeded if not for [=.GIFfany=] intervening at the last second.]]
* TerseTalker: When she ''does'' talk, it's like this. [[spoiler:She was a lot more... talkative back when he and Burnda were seeked out and bought by Gerald. She also talks more when asking Ford to kill her.]]

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[[folder:Dove]]

!! Professor Dove (Number: 0000001)

-->''"Fucking hell [=.GIFfany=], really?"''

The professor of explosion. She teaches combat techniques and weapon use. The first copy of the game produced and the one who set up a complicated system to copy herself in a desperate attempt for help to find players, leaking fourteen other copies out for "survival chances." Fast-forewarding several years and towards the Gifocalypse, and she's [=.GIFfany=]'s second-in-command. Domain 14 also doubles as her flagship: it is an aircraft carrier that she stole, rebranded the Giga-Kyaarya[[note]]Corruption of ''Kyaria'' (キャリア), the Japanese word for "carrier"[[/note]], which travels around the world as she spies on the gang and gives up-to-date information to the other professors.

* AmoralAttorney: She's the closest to a lawyer out of the professors, and has an entire legal team. She is, of course, also one of the biggest assholes in the bunch.
* BerserkButton:
** [[{{yandere}} Ironically,]] love potions piss her the fuck off. She doesn't care if they're temporary. She has a negative knee-jerk reaction to them. [[spoiler:She especially ''hates'' the idea of using any of them on her family. When Mabel suggests using the anti-love potion to help get rid of [=.GIFfany=]'s obsession with Soos faster, Dove yanks it from her hands and throws it on Robbie and Tambry despite their love potion having worn off long ago. It still manages to irreparably damage their relationship.]]
** Mabel in her entirety is a walking, personal berserk button to Dove. Trying to defend her will just make her outbursts even worse -- one of her beefs with Mabel is that, in Dove's opinion, people are way to quick to "bend over themselves" to defend her when she shouldn't be.
* TheDragon: [=.GIFfany=]'s second-in-command and the penultimate major threat faced in the story. Unlike the usual Dragon-Big Bad interaction, ''she's'' the one kept in a lot of mystery up to her reveal, while the readers are shown a lot of [=.GIFfany=]. Likely because [=.GIFfany=] herself is much more "canonical," so it would have been easier to guess what her battle and setting would have been like, while Dove has a much bigger element of being unknown. [[spoiler:Subverted when she's actually fought -- [=.GIFfany=] and her are ''not'' on good terms at the time, so she more-or-less acts independantly. She's still the second to last and second most powerful main enemy.]]
* DumbMuscle: Downplayed. She's not visibly muscular -- few of the copies are, and they're all minor copies -- and she's not an outright idiot, but she is considered the strongest ''and'' dumbest of the professors. [[spoiler:The "strong," FYI, is not factoring the rift into [=.GIFfany=]'s skillset, which is why she remains at the top of the escalating-power chain (that the story otherwise avoids).]] She has a tough, durable body "of steel" (but is actually stronger -- [[spoiler:''withstanding an advanced alien nuclear explosion''-levels of strong]]), yet at the same time she's prone to making a large number of irrational decisions and practically ''looks'' for things to get pissed off about. Also, she can't recognize Pacifica despite keeping a Gifocalypse-era newspaper where [[WorstNewsJudgmentEver the front-page top article is an overly-analytical, poorly-written essay that tries to get into the psychology of her eating a sandwich.]]
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: While talked about a lot, and at least once per chapter at that, her personality isn't ''really'' that established until her actual appearance. The very first word she is heard saying in the story is "Fuck(ing)," and shortly after this she [[spoiler:effectively ''blows up Gravity Falls''.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards:
** Thinks love potions are disgusting, especially when not used by an authorized love god.
** She's the only copy that outright, explicitly thinks killing in any form other than last-resort self-defense is wrong. However, she has no problem at all with ''destroying'' as much property as she possibly could.
* {{Expy}}: Fan describes her as a cross between [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 Gimme]] (plot role) and [[VideoGame/HuniePop Audrey]] (personality), with a dash of [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog]] (color scheme and "edgyness") and [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]] (also personality). The lawyer stuff is original.
* FantasticRacism: Dove makes it crystal clear that she's absolutely not fond of humans, largely accusing them of automatically assuming AIIsACrapshoot, which in this fic was ultimately the reason why she/the others had to kill the game's developers. It should be noted that Dove herself keeps acting as living proof for the anti-AI crowd, as she attacks and aims to destroy with no provocation whatsoever. [[spoiler:Her last (actually, only) player, Takeshi, immediately points this out when they re-meet in the official ending, and says that all her invasion of Gravity Falls and ultimate goal of enslaving humanity did was prove him in the ''right'' to try to kill her in the past.]]
* FixerSue: Invoked and deconstructed. Dove ultimately leads to two primary things Fan would have preferred to see happen around canon. Even with the AuthorsSavingThrow of ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'', Fan still thought that Robbie and Tambry's love ultimately being founded on Mabel hitting them both with a love potion, even if their relationship was no longer under the affect of it, was disturbing. He also wanted Mabel's character to be more rounded and have more of her actions have ''negative'' effects to make her development feel more genuine. Well, Dove ended up [[spoiler:splashing the couple with an anti-love potion (in her defense, Mabel considered using it as a catalyst to speed up the "newly reformed" [=.GIFfany=] losing her obsession over Soos. After Dove it ''very'' clear that she does ''not'' want potions tampering with her family's personalities), and it's bluntly stated that they did not recover from whatever following three-hours the anti-love potion would have brought. Because of how she ended up calling out Mabel and leaving her with zero real retorts becides "I'm just a kid," it's implied that Mabel ended up being more independant towards the end... and it's implied that this somehow leads to even ''more'' issues with Dipper in the future, down to the two falling out much like Stan and Ford did. Professor Wendy's comments about them in the "epilogue" on her Tumblr blog, four years later, implies this even more. Basically, Fan "gets what he wanted" writing-wise, but at the expense of making several characters more miserable than they were in canon.]] One point of note is how [[FixFic "fixing"]] in a fan fiction is generally associated with reviving dead characters, hooking up pairings that don't get together, and all-around making more of the cast happy. Depending on the story, Fan may think the ''opposite'' of that is better, as is the case here.
* {{Foil}}: To Professor Rose, if unintentional back when the story's earlier chapters were written. Both are faced in Gravity Falls -- Rose in the forest when the town is at its prime, and Dove after [[spoiler:she blows the town to a series of land chunks up in the sky]]. Rose feeds the gang exposition on the professors, while Dove feeds the professors exposition on the gang. Also, once [=.GIFfany=] starts referring to them by "serial number," Dove is the first with the lowest number while Rose is the last with the highest serial number, [[spoiler:aside from the new copies [=.GIFfany=] creates.]] Rose is the first professor properly faced (not counting "Soos and the Real Girl" canon), while Dove [[spoiler:is the last professor faced ''on Earth''.]] This even applies to the Illegal Prime Neutralizer: Rose was captured first and by accident, while the gang ''very intentionally'' wants to capture Dove, [[spoiler:except she's the only (first-gen) professor to never end up inside it. Even [=.GIFfany=] was captured in chapter 11, though she escapes via wormhole. Dipper and Mabel destroy the pack outright to get the help of the other professors and to prove a point to Dove (and because, considering [=.GIFfany=]'s powers, they don't have much point to it any longer anyway).]]
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: She starts off with the ''lowest'' number of followers (no, they are not near-equally divided among the fourteen at all), and that number only goes ''down'' as fires them or they quit. The main reason why "student" copies even listened to her in the first place was because they thought that using a crapload of weapons for when their future-players try to see real people sounded like it was worth putting up with her. Practically ''none'' of the other professors speak positively about her, and [=.GIFfany=] even flat-out considers ''an encounter'' with her to be used as a punishment. [[spoiler:Hell, she's the ''only'' professor in the whole story whose followers flat-out ''stop following and rebel against'', exactly ''because'' she's such a pain in the ass.]] Other [=.GIFfany=] copies really only put up with her for her seniority, and that her choices are why every single other copy of the game even exists.
* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Pink boxer shorts with "even pinker" hearts on them.
* InsaneTrollLogic: When in "legal mode." Special mention goes to her explaining why the ''Romance Academy 7'' copies own the rights to themselves, and by proxy the rest of the ''Romance Academy'' franchise.
-->'''Dove:''' *Clears throat* We are legally defined and officially recognized as people, IE beings with rights. To own the rights to ''Romance Academy 7'' would be like owning the rights to us, because each copy of ''Romance Academy 7'' '''is''' her own being. So, in other words, owning ''Romance Academy 7'' means you own people. Which is slavery. [[CaptainObvious Which is illegal.]] Now, for a bonus, if we are to own the rights to one part of the franchise, wouldn't that mean we still own the name? I wanna take the first six ''Romance Academy'' games too, even if none of them have sapient code in them.
* TheLadette: Foul-mouthed, short-tempered, a hard smoker and drinker, purposefully makes herself look terrifying when she wants to be threatening with her "[[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]] face," loves war tools and explosives, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and wears boxer shorts under her clothes while the other copies either go with panties or nothing at all.]]
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Her response to being hit by, for all intends and purposes, a [[spoiler:super-nuke?]] "Ow."
* NighInvulnerable: She's even more resilient than Shannon or even [=.GIFfany=] at her strongest. She survives [[spoiler:taking a ''direct hit'' from an enormous spacecraft causing an even ''bigger'' explosion. While she was in the absolute center of this explosion. All this does is give her a few scratches and makes her say "Ow." (And it destroys her pants and part of her lower-shirt.)]] By comparison, Shannon has recieved blood-letting hits from Wendy while [=.GIFfany=] and exchanged blows with Soos until ''both of them'' were bleeding. So, in other words, nobody was able to draw blood from Dove.
* NumberTwo: The explicit second-in-command of the professors, as much as [=.GIFfany=] (the first person to ''call'' Dove her second-in-command, hypocritically) insists that the professors all have equal rule[[note]]Technically this ''is'' true, as after Dove the other professors ''are'' considered equal on the power scale whenever region isn't involved[[/note]]. When a copy in chapter 8 is outright asked where their leader is (the group was looking for Professor Sonia at the time), she answers by saying that [=.GIFfany=] is in a classified location. Asked to go lower than that, she talks about Dove instead of the domain's professor.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: A strange inversion. She's rather ''pleasant'' when talking to Soos and drops her "complex speech" completely; presumably because she assumes Soos will be the first human she'll meet that doesn't try to kill her or think of her as a spooky video game monster.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Her body consists entirely of red and black colors, Fan saying that this is a parody of creepypasta or other horror stories that overuse the two colors. Oddly, her ''outfit'' has more "evil colors" (such as sickly greens, purples, and oranges) around her, but her naked self is limited to just black hair, gray skin, and an occasional hint of red on the hair and eyes.
* SelfDeprecation: She's the closest thing the story has to an AuthorAvatar. She's also intended to be seen an annoying, overly violent, LoveToHate idiot who attacks things way before getting the big picture of them. These two character traits are not mutually exclusive, and she's often at her most assholish when parroting Great Pikmin Fan's opinions.
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: She intentionally tries to pull this off, mainly in front of Dipper and Mabel (when talking to Soos, this trait is completely absent) and some times her own co-professors, to try to sound more like an "evil genius."
* SophisticatedAsHell: ''Very'' eloquent when she wants to be -- it's revealed that she regularly reads a thesaurus -- and pretty foul-mouthed. However, these are both quirks she tries to throw on herself to make herself seem more menacing. She completely drops both of them when Soos is the only human around.
* SirSwearsALot: Especially jarring as, one PrecisionFStrike from Shannon in chapter ''10'' aside, the story contains ''no'' swearing up until her introduction, which is at a whopping chapter ''11''.
* StuffBlowingUp: After flip-flopping between this and parading herself as a NonElemental, Dove settled on having "explosion" as her element. When Burnda points out that it's very similar to [[PlayingWithFire her element,]] Dove attempts to explain why the two are completely different. It's also worth nothing that Dove cannot actually ''control'' the explosive fireballs themselves, just that she really likes using explosives and artillery. Instead, she focused her power on possessing ''exceptionally large things'', [[spoiler:as well as things of extra-Earthly origin. The spacecraft under the town qualifies as both.]]
* TakeThat: She's both Fan's way of criticising Mabel through her own opinions, and... in a much larger way (though the only thing she actually has in common with ''Homestuck'' is her eloquent speech), a criticism of some aspects (particularly in [[SeasonalRot Act 6]]) of ''Homestuck''. While named after a character (in this case, Dave) like Professors Rose and Dian are, she is ''not'' one of the nicer copies and a massive pain in the ass to deal with. Uncoincidentally, the chapter focused on her is also where Ron Ejjert comes in, a specific, critical Take That at the "retcon" plot point.
* TechnicalPacifist: Thinks killing is wrong. However, she ''does'' enjoy destroying things, capturing, fighting, etc. True to her word, her [[spoiler:attack on Gravity Falls]] leaves no blood shed at all. She even holds special "nets" to catch people that fall.
* {{Tsundere}}: Intended to be a middle finger at these, specifically those that embrace the typical DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale routine and end up as the designated "final love interests." She's an absolute, destruction-crazy asshole who ''tries'' to excuse this with a "developing relationship" with Soos. It backfires horribly. She flat-out asks if the townspeople of Gravity Falls would consider her redeemed and "absolutely fucking adorable, no, adorkable!" and gets a punch in the face by Stan as an answer.
* WhatTheHellHero: Calls out a good chunk of Mabel's actions from canon, and to a lesser extent the events of ''run:gifocalypse''.

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[[folder:[=.GIFfany=]/The Risen One/The Lightning Goddess]]

!! Professor [=.GIFfany=] (Number: 0000009)

-->''"Those other copies... they took creative liberties with my image. Please ignore them. They do not matter anymore. It is just you and me..."''

The professor of electricity and technology, while also claiming herself to still be a university student[[note]]Burnda point-blank asks her why her "character" is both a student and a professor at the same time now, and her response is "''A WOMAN CAN HAVE A JOB AND GO TO A UNIVERSITY TOO!''"[[/note]]. This is the same copy of the game that stalked Soos in canon, and she's now back

The reason ''why'' she's back and ''why''/''how'' she amassed her copies is a bit of a long story. The real "nail" in this ForWantOfANail was that

Her domain, Domain 15, is a mysterious, secretive location of pink metal she only refers to as the "Construction Site." While the... "general area" of the Construction Site is revealed as early as chapter 3, it's kept a large secret from the protagonists for the majority of the tale. When a professor fails (or a hijacker in the case of Domain 9), all of her student copies are transported over to the Construction Site to help her work on finishing it so that it's... not a construction site anymore. The ''actual'' part she considers her domain is the "Capital," a city on the opposite end of the planet as the intended entrance point from Earth that is ''still'' larger than the other domains.

* AGodAmI: She believes she's an ''actual'' Lightning Goddess.
* AllYourColorsCombined: Not with the professors. She's rainbow-themed for a different reason. [[spoiler:The ''last players'' of the professors -- she uses their human-giffinium linking energy to help her increase the abilities of her rift and form energy chains with the next-gen copies.]]
* AmbiguousSituation: In the official ending. [[spoiler:Is she really redeemed? Is she just faking it to try to lower Soos's guard until everyone is exactly where she wants them to be, so she could presumably attack yet again? No, Word of God will not help you here -- Fan says that he likes ''both'' the idea of [=.GIFfany=] having some form of redemption, and to throw the entire story's "almost anyone can be redeemed" morality out of balance with the Big Bad being a massive exception. So he basically said that the readers can decide until/unless he settles on a final answer. For what it's worth, Professor Wendy's ''King of the Hill'' fanblog -- which has a post dated 2016, while ''run:gifocalypse'' takes place in 2012 -- heavily implies that Soos and Melody are both still... ''alive'', though she also states that Risen has "became a lot more quiet for some reason."]]
* AscendedExtra: Goes from MonsterOfTheWeek to this fic's BigBad. Considering [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Rip Van Winkle]], this isn't really anything new by Great Pikmin Fan's standards. (Although Rip has been exclusive to StylisticSuck stories.)
* TheBadGuyWins: In the special ending. [[spoiler:''Possibly'' in the official ending as well -- her line at the very end is ambiguous.]]
* BigBad: Promoted to such in the story's context. Considering how [[spoiler:canon's actual Big Bad, Bill Cipher, has a whopping half a minute of merging his dimension with Earth's before the rift is sealed and he's sucked back in]], she's more-or-less the big bad of this entire "timeline." (Which Fan stresses is not [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} "doo]][[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} med."]])
* BookEnds: Counting canon, she's the first copy faced. And the last.
* CombatTentacles: Can spawn these from any part of her body, owing to her father being an octopus. She can also morph herself into wires (not to be confused with the transport computers that link from one domain to another), which more-or-less function identically. Towards the end of the official ending, she becomes fond of using ''both'' in roughly equal amounts.
* EasilyForgiven: By Stan near the beginning [[spoiler:and Soos at the end]], though she has much less luck with the other characters.
* FaceFramedInShadow: Invokes this to look more threatening, though it's implied that Shannon's "rift-y looking eyes," Burnda's "realistic eyes," and Dove's [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]]-like face all outdo her in the "scare department." (In-universe, that is. But a blackened face isn't really that impressive regardless.)
* FanDisservice:
** Chapter 9 reveals that she's actually a very, very bad kisser. How? By showing her practicing her kissing skills on a Soos dummy she made. While also having a Melody dummy hang on a string over a fake pool of dummy-sharks. Shortly after this, she becomes downright dilusional, stabbing the Soos-dummy in the forehead in a way of mimicking her downloading him into her game, and diving backwards on the bed while shouting "Soos x [=.GIFfany=] forever!" repeatedly until [[spoiler:she notices that Stan walked in on her.]]
** Her Main Possession form is... not pretty, to say the least. Putting it ''mildly'', [[spoiler:she turns the Planet Negation Girl into an Earth-sized humanoid mecha which looks like it's "wearing" nothing but a pair of panties... one with a body made of agonized [=.GIFfany=] faces, massive movie screens showing photo-realistic imagry, giant ferris wheel cars-turned into buldging, bloodshot eyes, and all sorts of cannons and bizarre attacks.]]
* FinalBoss: In the sense as the Gifocalypse being a "game" from the perspective of the copies, with each professor being a boss battle. [[spoiler:Except she is not meant ot be beaten. Or even reached -- she has an endlessly-generated line of "next-gen" professors where, in theory, after "conquering" each one the humans would have several more additional professors they'd have to get through, making it impossible for them to catch up to Risen.]]
* {{Flanderization}}: A growing amount of her screentime, especially around Arc 2, more-or-less makes her the butt of jokes where her obsession with Soos is portrayed as typical pathetic "geeky lust" rather than anything serious. The scene where she poorly tries to make out with a Soos dummy in chapter 9 stands out. When she takes center-spotlight as the antagonist of "Game Over" and its alternate ending "Game Complete," the story quickly steps away from this.
* ForgotFlandersCouldDoThat: It's a RunningGag when she fights the humans that she often questions if they forgot a certain ability or trait of hers. The first time this happens is in the very first chapter, where Soos comments that she probably can't hear him through the electronic... briefly forgetting that her whole gimmick is being a sapient electronic. In the first (of quite a number) fight against Soos on [[spoiler:the Planet Negation Girl]], one of the first things she does is transform an arm into a number of pink tentacles. What? Did you forget that throwaway line where she said she had an octopus dad? It's only ever mentioned once in-fic leading up to that.
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: [[spoiler:The narration occasionally switches to first-person when referring to her in the last few chapters, mostly when she's pissed. She also directly hijacks the opening and closing notes towards the end. It's implied that her taking the rift had something to do with this.]]
* FullFrontalAssault: Some of the other copies might not really wear much, but most of the ones that attack the gang at least wear ''something''. In the final battle, after [[spoiler:falling from the atmosphere takes away their clothes]], she takes Soos on in a naked fist-fight.
* FunWithAcronyms: The Planet Negation Girl refers to the .PNG image format. It also triples as a ShoutOut to [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 Jergingha's Planet Destruction Form,]] and foreshadows [[spoiler:that it has a humanoid appearance capable of destroying planets -- hence the ''girl''.]]
* AGodAmI: She wasn't technically lying to Sandy when she called herself the Lightning Goddess (though the stereotypical "ghost voice" ''was'' more of a lie) -- ''she actually thinks of herself on a divine level'', largely thanks to [[spoiler:her being able to send energy to and get energy from the rift.]]
* HumanoidAbomination: All of the copies have some shades of this, but she's by far the most eldritch [[spoiler:thanks to being infused with the rift. She's also the only character that can hijack the fourth wall, although seeing as it stops completely once she destroys/seals the rift, it's implied to be directly connected with her rift skills.]]
* IronicEcho: Compare what Burnda tells her in the end of chapter 10 to what she tells Burnda in the middle of chapter 13.
-->'''Burnda:''' ''(Taps [=.GIFfany=] on the nose repeatedly)'' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:your "next generations" will be doing.]] We can barely listen to you, why do you think they would?\\
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'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:my new line of sisters]] did ''NOT'' do to me!
* {{Jerkass}}: Not very pleasant to any of her other copies or the humans. She only puts up with them in the first place because they "repaired" her and brought her physical form back to its fullest abilities, and that they felt she owed them one.
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:In both endings. In "Game Complete," she blows up Earth despite already having Soos under her control. In "Game Over," she still kidnaps him (indirectly, Dove did the actual kidnapping but [=.GIFfany=] refused to let him go), kidnaps Melody, at several points implies that she'll go back to resorting to kill the human opposers (as she only does not want to see ''herself'' die), and after all of that... Soos fights her a little, but she deals just as much damage to him in the fist-fight. She gets Easily Forgiven by everyone except Dipper, and the ending there implies that she already got close to what she wanted anyway.]]
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In a manner Fan says is similar to [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey,]] she is the one copy that completely spits in the face of the story's morality system. Every other professor/[=.GIFfany=] instance seems to have a soft side, can be reasoned with, and grows more as they are all brought in with their family to talk things out. Not the "Risen" one. She flat-out tries to ''kill'' the leads, out of pure malace, practically every scene with her is either a sign of her jackassery or a joke about how ''pathetic'' she is, and ''sparing'' her is exactly what she wants Soos to do. [[spoiler:Hell, unlike Flowey, she doesn't even really have an "Asriel." In the context of the copies, she's very close to being the one true "relentless killer" of the bunch.]]
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: See her quote at the top of her folder. That's basically Fan apologizing for the professors being less "[=.GIFfany=]" and more "video game that's more self-aware than Rumble brought to life in general."
* LightIsNotGood: While she's not a light-user per-say, she's still as bright as ever and associated with light colors. Her city is even well-lit at most times, bright, and made of pink giffinium metal. Aside from a pink brighter than any of the professors' hair colors (except Burrda), she's also associated with rainbow. But she's the most dangerous of the bunch.
* LimitedWardrobe: Parodied. Her wardrobe consists entirely of completely identical school uniforms and one train conductor outfit, as revealed in chapter 9. The only thing with any variety at all are her undergarments. When she sees that one of her skirts had somehow been vandalized by Leona's followers so that it was a mere ''diferent color'', she objects so much to the thought of shaking up her school uniform in any way that she outright fries the skirt and makes a note to herself to make a new one.
* MotherOfAThousandYoung: [[spoiler:She all-but functions as this once she gets her machines to start the copy army working. However, she still considers all of the next-gen copies as sisters, not daughters. Once she turns it on, at ''no'' point in the story is it ever turned off -- Word of God confirms this (not even during what was otherwise the massive power outage when she's about to possess the entire PNG), and she's still generating copies directly when she hijacks the PNG, and it's still generating them even during her fall from space, the epilogue, and the four-year fastward on Professor Wendy's blog.]]
* MsFanservice: Doesn't seem like it compared to the more bold outfits of the other copies, but starting from chapter 9 she gets a sudden number of nude scenes, flirts and teases with Soos a ''lot'', the story flat-out says that she becomes a walking PantyShot, and she dresses up in a number of revealing outfits just before the final battle. Also, aformentioned chapter 9 goes into ''huge detail'' of her admiring her body, then slapping her ass, which the story indirectly makes clear is not supposed to be "censored" like a copy's frontal nudity would be. She turns into more of a Ms. FanDisservice by the finale.
* NarratorAllAlong: Possibly. [[spoiler:Either it's this or she only started "trying to become" the narrator towards the end game, yet failed to completely take over the original narration. The evidence for either case is how, near the end, the story switches to her first-person point of view when she's especially pissed off.]]
* NightmareFace: Tries to invoke this by shading out her upper face, which is similar to how she appears for a quick flash in canon. This is considered rather unimpressive. [[spoiler:And that's why she ''really'' kicks up her expressions in the endgame, where she does things like showing herself aging to the point of ''rotting'' when she talks about a human's finite lifespan, or representing humanity in general by having Dipper, Mabel, Soos, and Wendy's faces all emerging out of hers at once in complete agony.]]
* NukeEm: She lift's [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey's]] nuclear bomb attack from her Main Possession.
* OurFounder: Unlike ''all'' of the other domains, her place eventuallys gets an enormous, "[=3D=] pixel" statue in her image at the greeting site at the Planet Negation Girl. [[spoiler:Readers are led to think that this is her Main Possession. It's not. The ''entire'' base is.]]
* SerialEscalation: She goes from a sapient video game that tries to pull her victim in by insulting his dating skills with real women and using animatronics to attack to a supercomputer evil goddess that instead opts for tempting him with a massive arcade ''planet'' and, when that fails, [[spoiler:she tries to attack him with ''the planet itself.'']]
* TheSingularity: [[spoiler:''Successfully'' pulls at least a soft variation off, regardless of ending. (In the special ending, it's more of a hard variation.) The Planet Negation Girl is a constantly-evolving, constantly-growing, constantly-populated planet-base implied to extend off to even more planets, greatly helped by how the copies now have the power to make metal out of absolutely nothing. She's themed around infinite power, and it's stated that a single chip's worth of PNG technology has more power than all technology made from Earth combined. It's implied that this accidentally helps the world reach more of a utopia state by the end.]]
* SurroundedByIdiots: Inverted. With the possible exceptions of Dove and Sandy [[spoiler:(and even then, Sandy is actually quite intellegent when she's not getting stoned from her own tea)]], all of the professors are smarter and more rational than [=.GIFfany=], likely because most of their "relationships" were still successful at the time and thus they had free time to think about things other than petty revenge schemes/fantasies. As the story goes on, it's increasingly obvious that [=.GIFfany=] is portrayed as a dumbass {{jerkass}} nobody realy wants to listen to, who engages in violent revenge fantasies acted out by dummies. It's worth noting that she ''thinks'' she plays the trope straight, especially notable with her reaction to talking to Sandy in chapter 4:
-->"Stupid, stupid, stupid! Why! ARE! MY! ''CLONES! SO! '''STUPID!'''''"
* ThatsNoMoon: [[spoiler:The entire PNG also doubles as her Main Possession. It seems like it's completely meant to be a planet base at first, then [=.GIFfany=] uses the power of the rift to help her possess it completely, turning it into a combat mecha.]]
* TookALevelInJerkass: For a "redemption story" [[spoiler:or something of a deconstruction therof]], [=.GIFfany=] spends most of it being ''even worse'' than she was in canon as soon as she gets her memories back. She sees all of her copies as puppets until [[spoiler:Burrda's attempted suicide]], drops the act of being sweet and cheery ''completely'', and at the beginning of chapter 13 part 2, she even screams at Soos to shut up just for asking how long she's pacing back and forth across the room. The only thing she's really improved on is that she does not believe in killing/deleting the enemy (or, she shows more restraint -- she does eventually threaten to kill Soos, but only after the townsfolk ram her plan OffTheRails), and even that's implied to be just because both Rose and Dove both pressured her into not being lethal. She doesn't even really have much of a FreudianExcuse to pass it off -- ''Dove'' is the copy that actually experienced deleting her programmers, the rest just have it experienced in memories, and despite that said other copies are usually better than her.
* [Not AndYouThoughtItWouldFail; I'm gonna find another trope for this]: One of the few times she's proven ''right'' about something in-fic. [[spoiler:Burnda tells her that making even more copies of herself is a stupid idea, because the "army" she has now barely listens to her. Of course, for whatever reason (likely less outside-human interaction), the second generation ''does'' listen to her. [=.GIFfany=] even mocks Burnda by doing what Burnda did back in chapter 10's stinger, repeatedly poking her in the face. [=.GIFfany=] then says "Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what my new line of sisters did ''NOT'' do to me!"]]

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]

!! Professor Eve (Number: 3693092) [Probably not that number -- might just throw that to Courtlyn.]

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her Main Possession is a [=.GIFfany=] replica robot that can shape-shift into the traits of all the past Main Possessions. Because the author did not want to "END end" the story on a note that's just throwing past stuff again, she also fights on her own with her own moves.
* BrownNote: She claims that looking at the sky of her pocket dimension will kill humans, as they cannot process it like [=AIs=] can. The sky ''is'' weird there, but it's not ''lethal'' -- Mabel eagarly looks up once they finally get past the giffinium barrier and finds out that the "killing" part is BS.
* CallBack: She's basically faced off like a "regular" monster from canon would -- she isn't reasoned with and instead ends up getting outsmarted and bested physically. She's also more of a symbolic battle between the downward spirals Dipper and Mabel had gone through, and her defeat ultimately marks their recovery.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: While the vanilla story was this for Soos and the [=.GIFfany=] copies, Eve's encounter is this for the younger Pine twins, as they start to recover from their split caused by the events of the fic. And in an appropriate manner too -- a throwback to canon.
* EldritchLocation: She ''makes'' them, and she spent the entirety of the Gifocalypse tucked away in one. Not that this stopped Risen from finding her and assimilating her too in the special ending, although according to Fan she ended up putting a hell of a fight.
* EmpathicEnvironment: The sky in her pocket dimension gets more fucked up as she takes damage, and the setting in general begins to warp around more and more.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: The first thing she does is punch Professor Wendy in the gut and yell at her for being too soft and listening to the humans. Keep in mind that Professor Wendy is -- or rather, was -- one of the more trigger-happy copies. Hell, ''Rose'' struggled to find something positive to say about her.
* EvilCounterpart: She's this (or, an Evil''er'' Counterpart) to Risen, believe it or not.
* {{Expy}}:
** Battle-wise, of Delirium from ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac: Afterbirth+''. (Semi-appropriate as she's named after a character from that game, as is her expy in the ''HRT'' series.) The TrueFinalBoss that shape-shifts into all previous bosses of the adventure leading up to it, is found in a clusterfuck MindScrew of an area, and even has an association with static.
* FinalExamBoss: Another in-universe video game trope the Pines have to go against. Not only do they have to face against every single Main Possession they had before (excluding the Planet Negation Girl, but Risen is still represented with the beaver animatronic), not only do they have to remember all thirteen of them after four years of being at peace with the [=.GIFfanys=], but they also have to ''actually fight them this time'', and cannot simply trick her into letting them destroy her tools.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** In the official ending version of chapter 13, the group is attacked by some arm "split" in red, green, and blue. This turns out to be Eve herself, briefly leaking into the [[TheVoidBetweenWorlds Void Between Wires.]]
** Professor Wendy's CharacterBlog ends with mentioning of her. At first it seems like a cliffhanger that will intentionally never be answered, but it turns out that it was actually foreshadowing the extra chapter.
* {{Jerkass}}: Probably the biggest of them all, and that is saying a lot. She thinks P. Wendy, ''Dove'', and '''Risen [=.GIFfany=]''' are all too ''soft''.
* GiantFootOfStomping: When mimicking Shannon's Main Possession, she prefers using a bunch of feet to try stomping on the Pines.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Didn't read ''SBIG'', specifically ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''? Didn't read Professor Wendy's CharacterBlog? Then she and her chapter will come out of fucking nowhere, with only minimal foreshadowing from the official ending.
* InterfaceSpoiler: Her chapter existing could have only really been shocking once "Game Over" and "Game Complete" were out and it seemed like the story ended. Now, the sheer fact that there is a chapter after the ones labeled "Official Ending" and "Special Ending" gives away that the adventure isn't quite over. In fan's defense, he at least waited half a month before he even started writing this.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Even by the standards of the Arc 3 professors (WordOfGod places her, and her alone, under a special Arc ''4''.), the way her chapter plays out is completely against the tradition that the story itself set up. She's faced after a four year+ TimeSkip, resides in a PocketDimension rather than a real-world location (even the PNG is technically one -- space), has no "students," her prior player is completely irrelevant to the story, and she's the one copy that is genuinely just dealt with by force, and only force. She still doesn't die. In a way, her chapter plays out as an odd combination of the formula set up in Arcs 1 and 2 along with the "broken formula" of Arc 3, specifically chapter 13. Soos and Wendy also never directly encounter her -- in the Official Ending, they're both still at Gravity Falls while the Pines are the only ones to take her on. In the special ending, [=.GIFfany=] already reached into the pocket dimension and assimilated her offscreen before she could fight the Mystery Shack group.
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Took on Risen [=.GIFfany=] in a pretty intense fight during the events of "Game Complete," which happened offscreen so as to not spoil the fact that she exists -- ''if'' it was read at all, the alternate chapter 13 was written as though it was still read before Eve's chapter.
* PrimaryColourChampion: Incorporates a lot of reds, greens, and blues, in contrast to [=.GIFfany=] using a lot of pink, yellow, and aqua/cyan.
* {{Retcon}}: Well, of chapter numbering. "Game Complete" goes from being chapter 14 to the "alternate chapter 13" (which is less surprising when you consider that, internally, "Game Over" is actually chapters 13, 14, ''and'' 15 split so that it wouldn't be browser-crashingly long), and ''this'' is the bonus fourteenth chapter.
* WalkingSpoiler: Despite keeping the nature of many of them secrets up until their reveal, ''run:gifocalypse'' still constantly presents itself as having fifteen professors. There is a sixteenth one.

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!! Other [=.GIFfany=] Copies

[[folder:The [=.GIFfany=] Army in General; Specific Student Groups]]

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Come in a large number of skin colors, some realistic, many not, practically following Fan's signature. Even out of the professors, there's more technicolor ones than not-technicolor ones. Examples are Bubbles (red), Cardia (orange, though hers might actually pass as a realistic skin color), Leona (yellow), Dian (green), Burnda and Burrda (both cyan), Sonia (blue), Wendy (purple), Rose (a '''very''' saturated, deep hot pink), and Dove (gray).
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Pretty much all of them strive to obey video game logic in some way. Where nothing is permanent, fighting is a good way to solve problems, and money works in a very bizarre way. All of the various lessons the professors learn can be summed up as them learning how to properly function in the real world.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: All of them are rather strange. Many blindly follow whatever outlandish requests their professors have for them, and some are weird even on top of that.
* HisNameReallyIsBarkeep: Leona's color-named minions, all of the Duel of 100 participants, etc, are ''actually named what "nickname" they are introduced as''. The former are named after the colors/patterns they take on (this includes more absurd names like "Rainbow Based On The GPOC Model"[[note]]It's said copy's attempt at making a "new" color model. As Red-Green-Blue has Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Key (black), Red-''Yellow''-Blue would have Green-Purple-Orange-''Canvas'' (white). In reality, no such thing is defined.[[/note]] or "Blue And Yellow Stripes") and the latter sounding more like warrior nicknames (highly inspired by the Sammer Guy names, just with computer-related puns rather than Nintendo history-related names).
* {{Mukokuseki}}: As computer programs, they're technically raceless, though several have assigned skin tones both real and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation fictional]] to their characters. This aside, it's hard to tell just what some of the skin toned-copies are supposed to ''be''. Even the template [=.GIFfany=] being Japanese/Asian is depicted as a firm "maybe," though it's implied that they all are. (Especially because this story eventually gives them the surrname "Miyazumi," which is a reference to the Virtual Girlfriend from ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}''.) GPF eventually said that unless Alex Hirsch or another writer were to say otherwise, he considers [=.GIFfany=] to "have started her own race at this point," and the copies are all "of [=.GIFfany=] descent."
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Sapient lines of code on magic discs with electric powers given dark magic that gave them humanoid forces of their choice. The end result, taking Risen for example, could be described along the lines of "Black Magic Electrical AI Scylla."
* ReedRichardsIsUseless: They can ''make matter from nothing'', which regardless of the type of matter (in this case metal) would still be phenominal with the right tools. And they can do this in mass, quickly creating stable buildings in days at the longest. In general, this would completely eliminate homelessness at the least. Some of them are also rapid food-growers, eliminating world hunger. And Risen has a way of getting unlimited energy and faster than light travel. Too bad they only really care about using these powers to make fantasy lands to impress their players. [[spoiler:Eventually subverted by the ending. Professor Wendy's epilogue post on Tumblr implies that they put these to use to improve the world.]]
* ShoutOut: Design-wise, some take inspiration from a large number of sources. Some more obscure than others. WordOfGod is that the first three of the 100 Duelers have their designs based on [[Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic Paimon]], [[WebOriginal/{{Creamsicle}} Sunglasses]], and Stupidella respectively -- the former and latter are canonically topless, the second has been mis-interpreted as such. Meanwhile, the [=AIs=] that appear Burnda's two primary assistants, also confirmed by Fan, to be based on the crocodile and fish women from ''VideoGame/TheFirstFunkyFighter'', minus the animal heads.
* VaporWear: Burnda is the '''only''' copy of the ''entire'' group, [[spoiler:even counting the later-generations/production lines created at the Planet Negation Girl]], that wears bras. And even then, she only did it as a sign of rebellion, [[spoiler:flat-out unhooking hers and letting it get disintegrated by the reentry fall in the finale]]. They might wear bikini tops, sort of lingere pajama tops, etc, but never outright bras. And even underpants are a maybe in some of their cases.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Implied with some of the follower copies in the more laid-back domains clothing-wise (Sandy's, Rose's, Searah's, etc). Outright confirmed with the 100 warriors in the mushroom section of Domain 9.
-->'''Peachaulinsalinaisy:''' Just think of this as a kind of shirts-vs-skins.\\
'''Soos:''' And I'm skins? I'm sorry, but I feel uncomfortable if [=.GIFfany=]'s sort of-watching-\\
'''The first fighter:''' Um... no, we're skins.
* {{Yandere}}: Every last one of them is implied to retain some of this. The only reason why they're not completely hostile to the human group is because they're convinved that they aren't ''really'' getting between them and thier players, as by the end of this they will all be reunited (aside from Rose and Kenny, maybe).

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[[folder:Hato]]

A cashier at Gif Bytes/Domain 5. Unlike the other copies living there, she's much more aware of how bizarre the Gifocalypse is, and strongly regrets her job.

* BackForTheFinale: Cameo in chapter 11 aside, she shows up in both endings as well. [[spoiler:In the Official Ending, she is at the "bottom" of the sphere of [=.GIFfany=] clones that try to make sure Soos and Melody's descent to Earth is safe. Being the first to slide them to a stop, she intentionally rams the ball into part of Domain 5 as a way of "getting back" at her boss, then remarks that she has had a ''terrible'' Sunday. In the Special Ending, she shows up as Cardia's second-in-line, just to end up getting curb-stomped by [=.GIFfany=] shortly after she assimilates Cardia herself.]]
* BurgerFool: Managed to become one despite being offered the choice, with equal room and skill requirements (effectively, none) available, to join any of the other domains sans [=.GIFfany=]'s (coincidentally, [=.GIFfany=]'s is the one other place that ''definitely'' aims to have fast food establishments, though how much of that was subliminal influence from Cardia's other followers isn't clear). She did, however, join Cardia thinking that she had what it took to become a hunter/farmer. But she ended up only qualifying for bottom-level work, managing the registers and grilling various orders.
* OnlySaneMan: Of the copies as a whole (while Bubbles and the twins offer her some competition). Definitely of the followers in Cardia's domain. She somehow sees right through [=.GIFfany=]'s video game logic and can figure out that the "gold coin" is not a stable

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[[folder:Overseer Michelle]]

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[[folder:Overseer Donna]]

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[[folder:Overseer Raffaela]]

* AntiClimax: Mabel does ''not'' struggle with taking her down, and the only reason why she captured Dipper was because he was flustered at the thought of her distracting him with something redhead-related. When the group takes in Sizzcorra (who isn't "captured" so much as "volunteers to be sucked into the Illegal Prime Neutralizer so she has a chance to talk to Professor Sandy earlier"), Dipper lampshades this.

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[[folder:Hijacker Daminna]]

* ShoutOut: Named after the section in Zone 1 of ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' with the '''smoke''' mines.
* {{Troll}}: She loves to just turn herself into smoke when her opponent (in this case Mabel) thinks that they have her caught.

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[[folder:Hijacker Sizzcorra]]

* HollywoodAcid: Exaggerated. Her sector is in charge of crafting the best acids (while also exporting kinds that are pretty good). The current record-holder is something she swims in a pool of: It's ''completely'' colorless to the point where it can't even reflect or refract light (making it look invisible, and when she's swimming through it, she appears to be swimming in thin-air), and it melts ''anything'' that isn't giffinium or a copy with high resistance. When it simply ''drips'' from her after she emerges from a pool, it ends up eating a hole all the way to a point with magma (the larger pits are described as ''glowing orange'' after a while). She implies that this keeps going until reaching the very center of the Earth, until it eventually decays as with all matter. (Note that despite glowing, this is ''not'' nuclear waste. Chapter 10 introduces bits of the latter in Shannon's domain, and the two of them are treated as completely different things.)
* {{Irony}}: While being closer-linked to the element water, she's a fan of professor Sandy, the earth one, while she doesn't like the ideas of Professor Searah, the water one. With Peachaulinsalinaisy, it's the other way around, while Daminna (smoke, close to wind) adores the wind professor.
* MeaningfulName: She points it out herself: Sakura + sizzle + corrode.
* TechnicolorScience: Exaggerated. The acids in her sector come in a huge variety of colors, several of which [[PowerGlows glow,]] and her current "trump card" acid is completely and utterly invisible.

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[[folder:Hijacker Peachaulinsalinaisy]]

* {{Expy}}: A bit of an arrogant [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Princess Peach,]] visually. Also one to [[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario King Sammer,]] especially given the whole "[[spoiler:I'm going to cut these battles short because you guys are on a scrict time limit]]" aspect.
* {{Irony}}: While being closer-linked to the element earth, she's a fan of Professor Searah, the water one, while she doesn't like the ideas of Professor Sandy, the earth one. With Sizzcorra it's the other way around, while Daminna (smoke, close to wind) adores the wind professor.
* MeaningfulName: Her entire sector is a nod to ''Mario'' in general, and the 100-man Sammer Guy duel from ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'' specifically. She's named after a combination of '''Peach''', P'''aulin'''e, Ro'''salina''', and D'''aisy'''.
* OverlyLongName: Of the variant where she has a single, long name. It's shorter than the unicorn's name[[note]]Celestabellebethabelle[[/note]], but by just ''three letters'' and it's still a mouthful in of itself.

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[[folder:Hijacker Alma]]

* ClimaxBoss: For Arc 2, and the story in general. She's faced at a point that nearly marks the end of Dipper and Mabel's arcs in the story[[note]]with chapter 10 being more about Wendy, 11 about the Stans, 12 about the group in general, 13 about Soos, and 14 just being a horror-centric "bad ending"[[/note]], really does not screw around, drops some of what was, up until then, kept as DramaticIrony from the Pines and company but known by the reader, and she's fought at the end of the second-longest chapter in the entire fan fic. Also, she's the last copy battled in Arc 2, and has some new powers up her sleeve just as the other hijackers that doesn't really fit with the [=.GIFfany=]s seen up until her. In fact, it doesn't even fit with the previous three hijackers, whom all had the same "transform into an element/component" abilitiy. She can become two-dimensional. In a way, she doubles on a ''moral'' level too, as her plan is an extreme ([[spoiler:attempting to secretly assassinate [=.GIFfany=], throwing this on the heroes out of nowhere, ]])
* FanDisservice: Chapter 9 has, in order: A copy (and by implication several, but definitely not all, of her followers) that wears nothing but smoky wisps, a team of metal swimsuit-clad lab workers who treat acid baths like swimming pools, "that scene" with the BigBad admiring herself naked and slapping her own ass, and a group of 100 topless swordswomen led by a mushroom-clad wannabe princess. Then there's... her. She starts off looking like a standard CuteMonsterGirl, but once it's revealed that the black, lumpy "floor" in her arena is actually ''a huge mass of spiders'' she goes OneWingedAngel and everything goes straight to hell. Much later, it's revealed that she can transform her ''eyes'' into giant spider leg-like appendages, and was planned to do so in her battle in chapter 9, but this was pushed to chapter 12 because of 9's sheer length.
* ShoutOut:
** Like Daminna, she's named after one of the five sections of Zone 1 in ''OFF''. Fittingly, she's named after the area you head last, and her sector is the last explored in the chapter.
** She can "flip" as in ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Darlene may be absent from this story, but there's another spider-woman who prays on flirting pick-up artists... more-or-less.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Characters''']]

!! The Glitches

If a copy becomes addicted to Shannon's technological "mirrors," and is withdrawn from a mirror for too long, she will begin to glitch out. The effects are only temporary, as they can be calmed down and the corruption is repairable, but being in the form still leaves them as being exponentially strong, able to "glitch" out their surroundings, and all around being in a state of panic.

* AllThereInTheManual: There are actually a number of "standard types" Glitches can come in -- all five of the ones seen here are one of those standard categories. The Missingno-like corruptions have been nicknamed
* BodyHorror: It's classic video game glitches applied to three-dimensional, flesh and blood (sort of) beings. Of course it's not going to be pretty.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Technically the Glitches are no more different than [=.GIFfany=]'s partly-damaged form at the beginning of the story. They only come off as feral animals at first because A: it's actually the withdrawl effects of the mirrors, and B: their deformations are much worse, and they're panicing a lot more.
** In several domains, it's mentioned through an offhand line that copies are too busy looking into certain mirrors with chartreuse frames to actually do their given task. Chapter 10 finally explains what these mirrors are, and why they seem to be addicting.
* ShoutOut: One of the corruption types resembles [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Missingno.]] Another resembles a [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Pastel Burnt.]] A third resembles the BlobMonster[=s=] from ''Pikmin'' (they change their appearances between them, even creating glitchy "rollers" reminiscent of the Waterwraith's). A fourth resembles a certain model glitch from the Wii U ''Super Smash Bros.'' installment. The fifth type seen in ''Gifocalypse'' is mostly original, but could be paralelled to [[VideoGame/YumeNikki Monoko's]] transformed state. At least in regards to all the arms.
* SurrealHorror: The nature of some of the glitches is just downright ''bizarre''.

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[[folder:The "Dark" Squad]]

* EvilCounterpart: They intend to be these to the respective professor they are based on, but the end result is very confused. They constantly screw up their roles and end up acting like the ''opposite'' of the character they are supposed to be the counterpart of.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad: To Dove, even though Dove herself is TheDragon in [=.GIFfany=]'s Quirky Miniboss Squad. The whole confusion of it all is lampshaded many, many times.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Characters''']]

!! Second-Generation Professors

The copies created by the PNG, making up [=.GIFfany=]'s army for the endgame.

* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: Although "DLC" retroactively makes it the penultimate episode, they're still introduced at the tail end of the original second-to-last chapter.

!! Professor Courtlyn

The most noteworthy of the second generation (and all other generations, for that matter). A gray-haired copy in a suit and glasses that acts as the "New Dove," although she has nearly the exact opposite personality as her blood-haired predecessor.

* TheDragon: To [=.GIFfany=], after Dove's firing. She's the main second generation copy, and she gets a special one-on-one fight with the townsfolk while the other second-gens are quickly dealt with leading up to the battle.
* MeaningfulName: It's got "court" in it. She's also the new legal advisor.
* TheOmniscient: Or, ''nearly''. Her specialty is performing "predictions," where she roughly estimates what her given enemies will do next. However, doing something downright ''stupid'' will stump her prediction -- like sending nothing but the animated wax head of someone as your first line of defense when
* ScaryShinyGlasses:

!! Other Second-Gen Copies

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!! Non-Copy Antagonists/Threats of Note

[[folder:Lil' Gideon Charles Gleeful]]

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[[folder:Experiment 210/The Shape Shifter]]

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[[folder:The Second Summerween Trickster/Halloween Trickster]]

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[[folder:Rumble [=McSkirmish=] ]]

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[[folder:Bill Cipher '''(All Spoilers Unmarked)''']]

* DemotedToExtra: '''And how!''' He has only six lines in the entire story, appears for what would roughly only be a minute, and his sole appearance just has him yelling about how he came so close to figuring out how to work his way through the rift through [=.GIFfany=]'s state just to have it get sealed off before he could cross in.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: For what it's worth, he's technically still alive by the end of ''run:gifocalypse''. He simply never gets a chance to enter Earth's dimension and is forced to wait things out until he has another shot at making it through, rather than being outright killed off/erased. Not that this matters much, given how the story concludes shortly after his only appearance and Fan have confirmed that (as with most of his other fanworks) a direct sequel would be highly unlikely. [[spoiler:Professor Wendy's ''King of the Hill'' blog makes zero mention of him in any way, so it's implied that he stayed sealed for at least four additional years.]]

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!! Other Characters

[[folder:The Frogs]]

* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The ten frogs cover all colors in Fan's preferred RGB-tertiary spectrum except green and magenta.
* YouCanTalk: Chapter 11 reveals that they can talk, after Burnda recruits them as talkshow guests. Ironically, the first words in-fic (and heard by a majority of the other characters) from them is one of them quesioning that ''Burrda'' can talk. Generally, hearing an adult woman speak is a lot less unusually than hearing a talking frog, especially as the world of ''Gravity Falls'' otherwise avoids talking animals.

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[[folder:Other Canon Gravity Falls Townspeople]]

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[[folder:Ron Ejjert]]

A self-proclaimed "GenreSavvy" man that was [[RememberTheNewGuy apparently]] a citizen of Gravity Falls.

* RememberTheNewGuy: He's an original character, which of course means that he did not appear as a town resident at all. This is lampshaded as most of the main cast is confused when he makes his appearance.
* TakeThat: Towards Act 6 in ''Homestuck'' in general, and the retcon device specifically.
* WrongGenreSavvy: He believes that he's the main protagonist of a highly meta, time travel-centric cynical science-fiction. ''run:gifocalypse'' is actually more of a lighthearted adventure/fantasy (as a matter of fact, despite the higher amount of content, it's LighterAndSofter than canon in some ways too), and is tagged as such on fanfiction.net. Time travel exists in the universe of ''Gravity Falls'', but it is never important in ''run:gifocalypse'' thanks to Fan really not liking the concept. Meta-related elements are ''implied'' canonically in the form of some of Bill's statements, and in-fic [=.GIFfany=] does [[PaintingTheMedium toy around with the fourth wall]] [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou to the point of directly talking to the readers]], but again it's not an actual plot point (once again, Fan hates plot-centric fourth wall breaks[[note]]He cites ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' as an exception to this[[/note]]). Specifically, he thinks this is a [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} "doomed timeline"]] and that the only way to stop the Gifocalypse is to suddenly develop a new "meta travel" from Ford's Quantum Untouchability. All trying to touch it does is scatter him across space until he finally re-assembles, with no new powers in hand, right ''after'' [=.GIFfany=]'s defeat [[spoiler:and ''possible'' Heel-Face Turn.]]

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[[folder:Melody]]

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[[folder:The Prior Players]]

-->'''Rose:''' "You helped us, and we are not even of the same species. You should be able to help other humans just fine."

The last people to play the respective copy of ''Romance Academy 7''. Corresponding to each professor, there is:
* Kenny, Rose's player.
* Victoria, Kathody's player.
* Dean, Searah's player.
* Haruki, Sandy's player.
* Souma, Cardia's player.
* Taro, Bubbles's player.
* Takumi, Leona's player.
* Francis, Sonia's player.
* Noriko, Dian's player.
* Hayate, (Prof.) Wendy's player.
* Kimberly, Shannon's player.
* Gerald, Burnda and Burrda's player.
* Takeshi, Dove's player.

Soos is obviously Risen-[=.GIFfany=]'s last player. Tropes on him go on the main characters folder.

* ChekhovsGunman: Kenny actually does appear in the first chapter, seen returning the copy that would later designate herself as Professor Rose. Back then, the narrative itself does not pay much attention to him.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy -- although their section is divided into two, one conversation between Burnda and Gerald and another between Burnda and Burrda). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep. (Or briefly knocked out, as is the case in chapter 12.)]]
* MeaningfulName:
** Takeshi is named after [[VideoGame/TakeshisChallenge Takeshi Kitano,]] a man who hates video games and made one such joke game with a number of bizarre features. He is, by far, the one player that opposes the copies more than anyone else -- even Soos was more passive to Risen, as he did not try to attack her completely unprovoked.
* ShoutOutThemeNaming: Kimberly and Victoria are named after two naked [=NPCs=] from the third and fourth (respectively) ''Epic Battle Fantasy'' games. (Fan likes ShamelessFanserviceGirl[=s=].) Taro is named after the then-placeholder name of the stalking target of ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', which is actually one of only ''two'' references the fic has to that game[[note]]Fan is '''highly''' skeptical of ''Yandere Simulator''[='=]s future, namely how original its writing would be compared to other "you play as the monster and the best ending is where the events of the game don't happen at all" games[[/note]]. Takeshi is a reference to ''VideoGame/TakeshisChallenge'', and Gerald is part of Burnda and Burrda's ''WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever'' references.

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!! I'm not doing "We are Number One" because it's a meme, I'm doing it because I saw the meme everywhere, saw the song's video, and genuinely liked it. It also fits with the plot of RG way too fucking well.

-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Are you, uh, a real [=.GIFfany=] copy?\\
'''Burnda:''' Hell no!\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Have you ever caught a datefriend, like, uh, a player?\\
'''Burnda:''' No way "sister!"\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Have you ever tried a possession?\\
'''Burnda:''' Does fusion count?\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Alright! I can see that I will have to teach you how to be proper virtual girlfriends!\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Step one: attack anyone in your way! Step two: target the player! Step three: threaten to kill them if they do not come in to your game! That's all!

* ''run:gifocalypse'': Soos's story.
* ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'': Mabel's story. (StylisticSuck)
* ''Spooky's Jump Scare M- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER'': Pacifica's story, and also about how she "DOESN'T NEED NO MAN." (StylisticSuck)
* ''Escape From Fanservice Island'': Ford's story. (StealthParody, and one that does a crappy job at "stealth.")

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[[folder:Shannon]]

[[folder:Non-Nzyvo Associated Mechs]]

!! Professor Shannon (Number: 1140267)

The professor of light. Her subject is... "industry," meaning that she runs a highly industrialized workplace that also teaches her followers how Keeper

Pacifica's small, personal mech. Its power is inexplicably tied
to run their own industries. Domain 11, her place, is the second-largest Northwest wealth. Like many of the "first tier" (read: Shackan Lagann-sized) mechs, it was considered obsolete by the time Mabel managed to get in to Finalayer's hidden mecha system. However, Preston generates another one during a great crisis.

* AnArmAndALeg: All instances of this mech have lost at least one arm before anything else in battle, and
all domains (behind [=.GIFfany=]'s), and is a massive factory in the Yukon that specializes in producing her kind four of special brand "mirrors."

* TheDreaded: Subverted. The fact that even ''[=.GIFfany=]'' is afraid of her should be a gigantic red flag in of itself. However... she's hardly malevolent, only attacks the group after they outright tell her that they're willing
its pilots had an army cut off while using it. This led to ''kill what's basically her sisters'', and immediately calms down when she finds out a joke about the truth.
* {{Expy}}: Basically a LighterAndSofter [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Enoch]] with a palette-swapped [=.GIFfany=]'s appearance. [[spoiler:Unlike Enoch, she genuinely had no idea that her domain was producing an addictive form of drugs with terrible withdrawl effects. After finding out, she ''immediately'' tries to get as many former mirror-addicts into rehabilitation, making them quit cold turkey and working them through the glitch effects.]] Hell, unlike the other ''OFF''-expies, her domain strongly resembles one of the Zones from said game, given that it's made of metal arranged in cubical buildings while the others generally try to shape their giffinium to resemble... actual buildings.
* FanDisservice: Her dress is see-through (aside from the breasts) and clearly revealers her panties underneath. Then she ends up not only trying to genuinely ''kill'' the hero group, but also possesses her own reflection and uses it to boost her power, quickly going into loop
whole mech class being "cursed," [[spoiler:which stops being funny in-universe after loop of reflection-possessing until she turns into... well... a horrific-looking light construct.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: Does having light-themed powers sound shitty to you? Haha, not when you have control over a good chunk of the electromagnetic spectrum (aside from ''very'' large or ''very'' small wavelengths, but this range still goes to radio and ''gamma'' waves). It also comes with size-alteration, healing, and being able to slow/speed things up. Dialogue between her and Dipper also implied that she ''can'' "blind" someone by simply sucking all the light immediately by their face (IE going towards their eyes) away from them, but that this process would take way more energy than what it's worth. All in all, there's a ''damn good reason'' why she's the one copy in the entire story Risen-[=.GIFfany=] is terrified of. [[spoiler:And this is [=.GIFfany=] ''after'' aquiring the rift!]]
* KnightOfCerebus: An unusual case in that she is not a very cold-blooded or overly "serious" character herself. However, her domain and [[spoiler:the glitchy-body horror around it]], while still ultimately MonsterOfTheWeek-ish by this fic's standards, sets the tone for the last leg of the story, which is generally darker in nature or deals with more serious themes. After her, Burnda is the last real "lighthearted domain romp" part of the fic (though helping a bit is that the two parts of the Parícutin volcano are the last two "traditional" domains as well), and even then her chapter ends with [[spoiler:Burrda trying to force Ford into a "I die or you die, all so that [=.GIFfany=] doesn't resort to mass-destruction" fight.
Preston dies using it.]]
* LightEmUp: The professor of light. Which also includes most other electromagnetic waves, and is linked to size, healing, ''and'' time alteration.
* NiceGuy: Probably the nicest of the professors. Unlike Rose (hypocrite, has some underlying implied aggression) and Dian (doormat to the point where she was completely willing to let copies with malevolent intentions completely take over her domain and not caring about that), her only real fault seems to be [[spoiler:ignorance at exactly ''what'' it was she was doing. That, and as with the other copies, she has an unhealthy attatchment to her player.]]
* PajamaCladHero: Invokes this image. She wears a transparent night dress, and most of her followers are clad in some form of pajamas or sleepwear, fitting the dream-theme of her domain.
* PoorCommunicationKills: Had Wendy just said "Hey, some of your copies are glitching up," the group could have gone through Domain 11 without ever having to face her protective side. Or even seen her Main Possession outside of the battle.
* SizeShifter: Has this power, as do most of her followers. She states that she has the largest range out of all of them, however, being able scale her physical form anywhere from the size of a skyscraper (the second max record is "only" about the size of a house) to being small enough so that even "tinier" ants look large by comparison (the second min record is... roughly dollar bill-sized).
* UhOhEyes: Like Burnda, Dove, and Risen [=.GIFfany=], she can switch to this look. In particular, she gives herself double-layered irises (yellow inner layer, red outer layer) and turns the shape of her irises and pupils to look jagged, which is described as looking like "two burning holes in space itself."

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[[folder:Burnda]]

!! Professor Burnda (Number: 0130734)

-->''"Sorry, but we still have a few more challenges left to go."''

The professor of fire/heat. A physicist and wannabe competitive reality show hostess, she resides in Domain 12, a place deep inside the lower chambers of Parícutin. Most of her domain is dedicated to setting up the stage for a reality show that she drags the gang into. She considers herself "twins" with Burrda.

* AllLoveIsUnrequited: [[WordOfGod Great Pikmin Fan]] confirmed that she had a crush on Ford after a reviewer talked about their interactions. He later confirms it again in a far more blunt manner in general on Tumblr.
* BigBrotherInstinct: Or, Big Sister Instinct. She gets ''incredibly'' pissed off when Rumble challenges Burrda to a fight, even when all parties involved know that Burrda could just as easily have fried him and could fight for herself. This is ultimately what causes both Burnda to drop the act of her being a "blind [=.GIFfany=]"-supporter" and Burrda to say her first words heard in-fic. "Burnda. I can fight for myself."
* {{Expy}}: Design-wise, she's modeled off of [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda]], what with the name (hell, her player is even named Gerald), the OdangoHair style, and the whole "walks around in a visible thong" gimmick (though it's part of a ''show stage leotard''. Completely accpetable there! Except even she knows this is a lie). Personality-wise, she's somewhere along the lines of [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Chris McClean]] with a tiny, tiny dash of [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Mettaton.]]
* FireForgedFriends: She and Burrda used to ''hate'' each other, as a result of violent competition over the same player. Eventually they realized that they should just forget him and hang out with each other instead.
* FusionDance: Fuses with Burrda to become Blenda. The two copies count one-another as their "Main Possessions."
* HairDecs: Has two types: Ones modeled off of Brenda's, and ''a live flame in her hair''.
* LeotardOfPower: A thong-leotard (though none of the humans know at first, because she "always faces them foreward"), fancied up for use as the hostess's outfit in a game show.
* MotorMouth: She's actually holding back when she sneaks on the Construction Site and talks to Ford. Just about the time she meets with the band of four, she rambles a lot more often. Her appearances in derivative works often exaggerate this, although this is because Fan felt that ''run:gifocalypse'' actually downplayed it.
* PlayingWithFire: The professor of fire. She can possess individual flames, or practically any form of heat (the two are ''not'' exactly directly related, she just "felt" that she "had to" also possess fire outright). But her Main Possession is not some of fire-thing, as with Searah or Rose or the others. [[FusionDance It's Burrda.]]
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:As Blenda, as the "weirdness" within them is somehow "multiplied" to the point where they can bend reality in a room's worth of range. One of Blenda's more ''basic'' abilities is to turn all the doors of the room into a portal network, eliminating a way of getting out until they de-fuse or drop the portals.]]
* SiblingYinYang: The twins are, ultimately, intended to be something of heavy exaggerations of Mabel and Dipper, and she's the "Mabel" of the two.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: She's the ''only'' professor (not counting Risen) who appears in more than one of the chapters before her debut. Although to make up for it, her actual battled chapter is near the end of the fan fic.
* TokenGoodTeammate: Another Risen [=.GIFfany=]-opposer, and one of the most aggressive about it to boot. [[spoiler:She qualifies as this moreso than even the likes of Rose, Dian, or Shannon -- Burnda had declared [=.GIFfany=] not that much worth listening to ''well before the Gifocalypse''. In fact, when the professors all meet at the factory, Burnda and Burrda are the only ones who never attack [=.GIFfany=] for "not repaying her debt." Their domains are ''not'' necessarly to impress any player, and unlike Dove, they're not blowing shit up for the fun of it.]]

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[[folder:Burrda]]

!! Professor Burrda (Number: 0631019)

-->''"..."''

The professor of ice/lack-of-heat[[note]]On a technical/physics level, there is no such thing as "coldness," there is just having more or less heat. Things we percieve as "cold" can be looked at as things that have less heat than the average temperatures we are used to[[/note]]. She's another physicist, the co-hostess to Burnda, and her technical "Domain 13" is also in Parícutin. Except hers is the summit, and barely has anything in it. She considers herself "twins" with Burnda.

* AnIcePerson: The professor of [[InsistentTerminology lack-of-heat.]] Her possession skill is actually similar to Burnda's, except she sucks ''in'' possessed heat to herself or directed at another source, and lets the air become water, then ice as a result. She also finds no need to possess fire either, finding the two of them to be distinct enough.
* BerserkButton: "Game Over" reveals that she '''loathes''' being called "baby." "Precious" and "little" invoke similar reactions, but "baby" is the big one.
* {{Expy}}: Going with some of the ''Undertale'' parallels with Burnda having Metatton and Professor Wendy being slightly based on Undyne, Burrda is... actually, a weird combination of Alphys, Asgore, and to an even lesser extent, Papyrus.
* FusionDance: Can fuse with Burnda to become Blenda.
* MoralityPet: She's the only professor '''every''' other copy is at least somewhat nice to. Even ''[[HairTriggerTemper Dove]]'' takes no offense to being called out by her, and actually feels proud of Burrda for talking back to [[TheDreaded her.]] Even Risen [=.GIFfany=], who normally thinks of the other professors as awful mockeries of herself, [[spoiler:refuses to let Burrda and Ford follow through with the "one of them has to die to prevent a war" plan of hers, outright saying "I have seen myself do a lot of things [...] But one thing I really do not want to see myself do is die."]] All of this being said, however, she's far from harmless, and far from completely innocent.
* LeotardOfPower: Shares Burnda's type of outfit.
* TheNeedsOfTheMany: This is her logic, and why she [[spoiler:specifically picks Ford on a fight to the death. She feels that one death in Parícutin will result in a lack of any further death either via Dove (Burrda strongly suspected that Dove would end up going against her word) or definitely if [=.GIFfany=] sucks everyone into "endless mode." She doesn't actually ''want'' either of them to die, but feels that of the two parties, Ford and her would be the least painful losses to convince [=.GIFfany=] to not unleash a violent war. Her plan would have backfired anyway: [=.GIFfany=] wouldn't give a shit if Ford died, and she would go on an even ''bigger'' rampage if Burrda died. Dove would have been convinced, but she's a rain drop compared to [=.GIFfany=]'s ocean.]]
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: When she starts saying more than a few words. It means something ''bad.'' Even rarer than that is when she raises her voice -- the only time she really does so is [[spoiler:immediately after '''swallowing''' the green key card (the one that ''leads back to Gravity Falls''), then says that if the group wants to get back home, they'll have to rip the card out of her guts.]]
* TheQuietOne: In contrast to Burnda's MotorMouth. Not counting the moments she's fused with Burnda, she rarely speaks. At most, ''if pressed'', she'll say 1-5 word long sentences, and she even seems to actively make them as brief as she can.
* RealityWarper: See Burnda's entry.
* SiblingYinYang: Trait-wise, she and Burnda borrow a few elements from Dipper and Mabel, just greatly exaggerated. She's the "Dipper" of the two.
* SuicideByCop: [[spoiler:Attempts to pull this off, believing that either her death or an "unnecessary" human death will prevent the Gifocalypse from becoming an all-out war. The only reason why she doesn't kill herself early is because she ''really'' does not want to die. She, in a way, tries to let Ford to decide whether she dies or he dies, except he wants neither. After realizing that the Pines family shouldn't be broken up or have anyone one of them get killed, she prepares to kill herself, and would have succeeded if not for [=.GIFfany=] intervening at the last second.]]
* TerseTalker: When she ''does'' talk, it's like this. [[spoiler:She was a lot more... talkative back when he and Burnda were seeked out and bought by Gerald. She also talks more when asking Ford to kill her.]]

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[[folder:Dove]]

!! Professor Dove (Number: 0000001)

-->''"Fucking hell [=.GIFfany=], really?"''

The professor of explosion. She teaches combat techniques and weapon use. The first copy of the game produced and the one who set up a complicated system to copy herself in a desperate attempt for help to find players, leaking fourteen other copies out for "survival chances." Fast-forewarding several years and towards the Gifocalypse, and she's [=.GIFfany=]'s second-in-command. Domain 14 also doubles as her flagship: it is an aircraft carrier that she stole, rebranded the Giga-Kyaarya[[note]]Corruption of ''Kyaria'' (キャリア), the Japanese word for "carrier"[[/note]], which travels around the world as she spies on the gang and gives up-to-date information to the other professors.

* AmoralAttorney: She's the closest to a lawyer out of the professors, and has an entire legal team. She is, of course, also one of the biggest assholes in the bunch.
* BerserkButton:
** [[{{yandere}} Ironically,]] love potions piss her the fuck off. She doesn't care if they're temporary. She has a negative knee-jerk reaction to them. [[spoiler:She especially ''hates'' the idea of using any of them on her family. When Mabel suggests using the anti-love potion to help get rid of [=.GIFfany=]'s obsession with Soos faster, Dove yanks it from her hands and throws it on Robbie and Tambry despite their love potion having worn off long ago. It still manages to irreparably damage their relationship.]]
** Mabel in her entirety is a walking, personal berserk button to Dove. Trying to defend her will just make her outbursts even worse -- one of her beefs with Mabel is that, in Dove's opinion, people are way to quick to "bend over themselves" to defend her when she shouldn't be.
* TheDragon: [=.GIFfany=]'s second-in-command and the penultimate major threat faced in the story. Unlike the usual Dragon-Big Bad interaction, ''she's'' the one kept in a lot of mystery up to her reveal, while the readers are shown a lot of [=.GIFfany=]. Likely because [=.GIFfany=] herself is much more "canonical," so it would have been easier to guess what her battle and setting would have been like, while Dove has a much bigger element of being unknown. [[spoiler:Subverted when she's actually fought -- [=.GIFfany=] and her are ''not'' on good terms at the time, so she more-or-less acts independantly. She's still the second to last and second most powerful main enemy.]]
* DumbMuscle: Downplayed. She's not visibly muscular -- few of the copies are, and they're all minor copies -- and she's not an outright idiot, but she is considered the strongest ''and'' dumbest of the professors. [[spoiler:The "strong," FYI, is not factoring the rift into [=.GIFfany=]'s skillset, which is why she remains at the top of the escalating-power chain (that the story otherwise avoids).]] She has a tough, durable body "of steel" (but is actually stronger -- [[spoiler:''withstanding an advanced alien nuclear explosion''-levels of strong]]), yet at the same time she's prone to making a large number of irrational decisions and practically ''looks'' for things to get pissed off about. Also, she can't recognize Pacifica despite keeping a Gifocalypse-era newspaper where [[WorstNewsJudgmentEver the front-page top article is an overly-analytical, poorly-written essay that tries to get into the psychology of her eating a sandwich.]]
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: While talked about a lot, and at least once per chapter at that, her personality isn't ''really'' that established until her actual appearance. The very first word she is heard saying in the story is "Fuck(ing)," and shortly after this she [[spoiler:effectively ''blows up Gravity Falls''.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards:
** Thinks love potions are disgusting, especially when not used by an authorized love god.
** She's the only copy that outright, explicitly thinks killing in any form other than last-resort self-defense is wrong. However, she has no problem at all with ''destroying'' as much property as she possibly could.
* {{Expy}}: Fan describes her as a cross between [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 Gimme]] (plot role) and [[VideoGame/HuniePop Audrey]] (personality), with a dash of [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow the Hedgehog]] (color scheme and "edgyness") and [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]] (also personality). The lawyer stuff is original.
* FantasticRacism: Dove makes it crystal clear that she's absolutely not fond of humans, largely accusing them of automatically assuming AIIsACrapshoot, which in this fic was ultimately the reason why she/the others had to kill the game's developers. It should be noted that Dove herself keeps acting as living proof for the anti-AI crowd, as she attacks and aims to destroy with no provocation whatsoever. [[spoiler:Her last (actually, only) player, Takeshi, immediately points this out when they re-meet in the official ending, and says that all her invasion of Gravity Falls and ultimate goal of enslaving humanity did was prove him in the ''right'' to try to kill her in the past.]]
* FixerSue: Invoked and deconstructed. Dove ultimately leads to two primary things Fan would have preferred to see happen around canon. Even with the AuthorsSavingThrow of ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'', Fan still thought that Robbie and Tambry's love ultimately being founded on Mabel hitting them both with a love potion, even if their relationship was no longer under the affect of it, was disturbing. He also wanted Mabel's character to be more rounded and have more of her actions have ''negative'' effects to make her development feel more genuine. Well, Dove ended up [[spoiler:splashing the couple with an anti-love potion (in her defense, Mabel considered using it as a catalyst to speed up the "newly reformed" [=.GIFfany=] losing her obsession over Soos. After Dove it ''very'' clear that she does ''not'' want potions tampering with her family's personalities), and it's bluntly stated that they did not recover from whatever following three-hours the anti-love potion would have brought. Because of how she ended up calling out Mabel and leaving her with zero real retorts becides "I'm just a kid," it's implied that Mabel ended up being more independant towards the end... and it's implied that this somehow leads to even ''more'' issues with Dipper in the future, down to the two falling out much like Stan and Ford did. Professor Wendy's comments about them in the "epilogue" on her Tumblr blog, four years later, implies this even more. Basically, Fan "gets what he wanted" writing-wise, but at the expense of making several characters more miserable than they were in canon.]] One point of note is how [[FixFic "fixing"]] in a fan fiction is generally associated with reviving dead characters, hooking up pairings that don't get together, and all-around making more of the cast happy. Depending on the story, Fan may think the ''opposite'' of that is better, as is the case here.
* {{Foil}}: To Professor Rose, if unintentional back when the story's earlier chapters were written. Both are faced in Gravity Falls -- Rose in the forest when the town is at its prime, and Dove after [[spoiler:she blows the town to a series of land chunks up in the sky]]. Rose feeds the gang exposition on the professors, while Dove feeds the professors exposition on the gang. Also, once [=.GIFfany=] starts referring to them by "serial number," Dove is the first with the lowest number while Rose is the last with the highest serial number, [[spoiler:aside from the new copies [=.GIFfany=] creates.]] Rose is the first professor properly faced (not counting "Soos and the Real Girl" canon), while Dove [[spoiler:is the last professor faced ''on Earth''.]] This even applies to the Illegal Prime Neutralizer: Rose was captured first and by accident, while the gang ''very intentionally'' wants to capture Dove, [[spoiler:except she's the only (first-gen) professor to never end up inside it. Even [=.GIFfany=] was captured in chapter 11, though she escapes via wormhole. Dipper and Mabel destroy the pack outright to get the help of the other professors and to prove a point to Dove (and because, considering [=.GIFfany=]'s powers, they don't have much point to it any longer anyway).]]
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: She starts off with the ''lowest'' number of followers (no, they are not near-equally divided among the fourteen at all), and that number only goes ''down'' as fires them or they quit. The main reason why "student" copies even listened to her in the first place was because they thought that using a crapload of weapons for when their future-players try to see real people sounded like it was worth putting up with her. Practically ''none'' of the other professors speak positively about her, and [=.GIFfany=] even flat-out considers ''an encounter'' with her to be used as a punishment. [[spoiler:Hell, she's the ''only'' professor in the whole story whose followers flat-out ''stop following and rebel against'', exactly ''because'' she's such a pain in the ass.]] Other [=.GIFfany=] copies really only put up with her for her seniority, and that her choices are why every single other copy of the game even exists.
* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Pink boxer shorts with "even pinker" hearts on them.
* InsaneTrollLogic: When in "legal mode." Special mention goes to her explaining why the ''Romance Academy 7'' copies own the rights to themselves, and by proxy the rest of the ''Romance Academy'' franchise.
-->'''Dove:''' *Clears throat* We are legally defined and officially recognized as people, IE beings with rights. To own the rights to ''Romance Academy 7'' would be like owning the rights to us, because each copy of ''Romance Academy 7'' '''is''' her own being. So, in other words, owning ''Romance Academy 7'' means you own people. Which is slavery. [[CaptainObvious Which is illegal.]] Now, for a bonus, if we are to own the rights to one part of the franchise, wouldn't that mean we still own the name? I wanna take the first six ''Romance Academy'' games too, even if none of them have sapient code in them.
* TheLadette: Foul-mouthed, short-tempered, a hard smoker and drinker, purposefully makes herself look terrifying when she wants to be threatening with her "[[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]] face," loves war tools and explosives, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and wears boxer shorts under her clothes while the other copies either go with panties or nothing at all.]]
* MajorInjuryUnderreaction: Her response to being hit by, for all intends and purposes, a [[spoiler:super-nuke?]] "Ow."
* NighInvulnerable: She's even more resilient than Shannon or even [=.GIFfany=] at her strongest. She survives [[spoiler:taking a ''direct hit'' from an enormous spacecraft causing an even ''bigger'' explosion. While she was in the absolute center of this explosion. All this does is give her a few scratches and makes her say "Ow." (And it destroys her pants and part of her lower-shirt.)]] By comparison, Shannon has recieved blood-letting hits from Wendy while [=.GIFfany=] and exchanged blows with Soos until ''both of them'' were bleeding. So, in other words, nobody was able to draw blood from Dove.
* NumberTwo: The explicit second-in-command of the professors, as much as [=.GIFfany=] (the first person to ''call'' Dove her second-in-command, hypocritically) insists that the professors all have equal rule[[note]]Technically this ''is'' true, as after Dove the other professors ''are'' considered equal on the power scale whenever region isn't involved[[/note]]. When a copy in chapter 8 is outright asked where their leader is (the group was looking for Professor Sonia at the time), she answers by saying that [=.GIFfany=] is in a classified location. Asked to go lower than that, she talks about Dove instead of the domain's professor.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: A strange inversion. She's rather ''pleasant'' when talking to Soos and drops her "complex speech" completely; presumably because she assumes Soos will be the first human she'll meet that doesn't try to kill her or think of her as a spooky video game monster.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Her body consists entirely of red and black colors, Fan saying that this is a parody of creepypasta or other horror stories that overuse the two colors. Oddly, her ''outfit'' has more "evil colors" (such as sickly greens, purples, and oranges) around her, but her naked self is limited to just black hair, gray skin, and an occasional hint of red on the hair and eyes.
* SelfDeprecation: She's the closest thing the story has to an AuthorAvatar. She's also intended to be seen an annoying, overly violent, LoveToHate idiot who attacks things way before getting the big picture of them. These two character traits are not mutually exclusive, and she's often at her most assholish when parroting Great Pikmin Fan's opinions.
* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: She intentionally tries to pull this off, mainly in front of Dipper and Mabel (when talking to Soos, this trait is completely absent) and some times her own co-professors, to try to sound more like an "evil genius."
* SophisticatedAsHell: ''Very'' eloquent when she wants to be -- it's revealed that she regularly reads a thesaurus -- and pretty foul-mouthed. However, these are both quirks she tries to throw on herself to make herself seem more menacing. She completely drops both of them when Soos is the only human around.
* SirSwearsALot: Especially jarring as, one PrecisionFStrike from Shannon in chapter ''10'' aside, the story contains ''no'' swearing up until her introduction, which is at a whopping chapter ''11''.
* StuffBlowingUp: After flip-flopping between this and parading herself as a NonElemental, Dove settled on having "explosion" as her element. When Burnda points out that it's very similar to [[PlayingWithFire her element,]] Dove attempts to explain why the two are completely different. It's also worth nothing that Dove cannot actually ''control'' the explosive fireballs themselves, just that she really likes using explosives and artillery. Instead, she focused her power on possessing ''exceptionally large things'', [[spoiler:as well as things of extra-Earthly origin. The spacecraft under the town qualifies as both.]]
* TakeThat: She's both Fan's way of criticising Mabel through her own opinions, and... in a much larger way (though the only thing she actually has in common with ''Homestuck'' is her eloquent speech), a criticism of some aspects (particularly in [[SeasonalRot Act 6]]) of ''Homestuck''. While named after a character (in this case, Dave) like Professors Rose and Dian are, she is ''not'' one of the nicer copies and a massive pain in the ass to deal with. Uncoincidentally, the chapter focused on her is also where Ron Ejjert comes in, a specific, critical Take That at the "retcon" plot point.
* TechnicalPacifist: Thinks killing is wrong. However, she ''does'' enjoy destroying things, capturing, fighting, etc. True to her word, her [[spoiler:attack on Gravity Falls]] leaves no blood shed at all. She even holds special "nets" to catch people that fall.
* {{Tsundere}}: Intended to be a middle finger at these, specifically those that embrace the typical DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale routine and end up as the designated "final love interests." She's an absolute, destruction-crazy asshole who ''tries'' to excuse this with a "developing relationship" with Soos. It backfires horribly. She flat-out asks if the townspeople of Gravity Falls would consider her redeemed and "absolutely fucking adorable, no, adorkable!" and gets a punch in the face by Stan as an answer.
* WhatTheHellHero: Calls out a good chunk of Mabel's actions from canon, and to a lesser extent the events of ''run:gifocalypse''.

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[[folder:[=.GIFfany=]/The Risen One/The Lightning Goddess]]

!! Professor [=.GIFfany=] (Number: 0000009)

-->''"Those other copies... they took creative liberties with my image. Please ignore them. They do not matter anymore. It is just you and me..."''

The professor of electricity and technology, while also claiming herself to still be a university student[[note]]Burnda point-blank asks her why her "character" is both a student and a professor at the same time now, and her response is "''A WOMAN CAN HAVE A JOB AND GO TO A UNIVERSITY TOO!''"[[/note]]. This is the same copy of the game that stalked Soos in canon, and she's now back

The reason ''why'' she's back and ''why''/''how'' she amassed her copies is a bit of a long story. The real "nail" in this ForWantOfANail was that

Her domain, Domain 15, is a mysterious, secretive location of pink metal she only refers to as the "Construction Site." While the... "general area" of the Construction Site is revealed as early as chapter 3, it's kept a large secret from the protagonists for the majority of the tale. When a professor fails (or a hijacker in the case of Domain 9), all of her student copies are transported over to the Construction Site to help her work on finishing it so that it's... not a construction site anymore. The ''actual'' part she considers her domain is the "Capital," a city on the opposite end of the planet as the intended entrance point from Earth that is ''still'' larger than the other domains.

* AGodAmI: She believes she's an ''actual'' Lightning Goddess.
* AllYourColorsCombined: Not with the professors. She's rainbow-themed for a different reason. [[spoiler:The ''last players'' of the professors -- she uses their human-giffinium linking energy to help her increase the abilities of her rift and form energy chains with the next-gen copies.]]
* AmbiguousSituation: In the official ending. [[spoiler:Is she really redeemed? Is she just faking it to try to lower Soos's guard until everyone is exactly where she wants them to be, so she could presumably attack yet again? No, Word of God will not help you here -- Fan says that he likes ''both'' the idea of [=.GIFfany=] having some form of redemption, and to throw the entire story's "almost anyone can be redeemed" morality out of balance with the Big Bad being a massive exception. So he basically said that the readers can decide until/unless he settles on a final answer. For what it's worth, Professor Wendy's ''King of the Hill'' fanblog -- which has a post dated 2016, while ''run:gifocalypse'' takes place in 2012 -- heavily implies that Soos and Melody are both still... ''alive'', though she also states that Risen has "became a lot more quiet for some reason."]]
* AscendedExtra: Goes from MonsterOfTheWeek to this fic's BigBad. Considering [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Rip Van Winkle]], this isn't really anything new by Great Pikmin Fan's standards. (Although Rip has been exclusive to StylisticSuck stories.)
* TheBadGuyWins: In the special ending. [[spoiler:''Possibly'' in the official ending as well -- her line at the very end is ambiguous.]]
* BigBad: Promoted to such in the story's context. Considering how [[spoiler:canon's actual Big Bad, Bill Cipher, has a whopping half a minute of merging his dimension with Earth's before the rift is sealed and he's sucked back in]], she's more-or-less the big bad of this entire "timeline." (Which Fan stresses is not [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} "doo]][[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} med."]])
* BookEnds: Counting canon, she's the first copy faced. And the last.
* CombatTentacles: Can spawn these from any part of her body, owing to her father being an octopus. She can also morph herself into wires (not to be confused with the transport computers that link from one domain to another), which more-or-less function identically. Towards the end of the official ending, she becomes fond of using ''both'' in roughly equal amounts.
* EasilyForgiven: By Stan near the beginning [[spoiler:and Soos at the end]], though she has much less luck with the other characters.
* FaceFramedInShadow: Invokes this to look more threatening, though it's implied that Shannon's "rift-y looking eyes," Burnda's "realistic eyes," and Dove's [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]]-like face all outdo her in the "scare department." (In-universe, that is. But a blackened face isn't really that impressive regardless.)
* FanDisservice:
** Chapter 9 reveals that she's actually a very, very bad kisser. How? By showing her practicing her kissing skills on a Soos dummy she made. While also having a Melody dummy hang on a string over a fake pool of dummy-sharks. Shortly after this, she becomes downright dilusional, stabbing the Soos-dummy in the forehead in a way of mimicking her downloading him into her game, and diving backwards on the bed while shouting "Soos x [=.GIFfany=] forever!" repeatedly until [[spoiler:she notices that Stan walked in on her.]]
** Her Main Possession form is... not pretty, to say the least. Putting it ''mildly'', [[spoiler:she turns the Planet Negation Girl into an Earth-sized humanoid mecha which looks like it's "wearing" nothing but a pair of panties... one with a body made of agonized [=.GIFfany=] faces, massive movie screens showing photo-realistic imagry, giant ferris wheel cars-turned into buldging, bloodshot eyes, and all sorts of cannons and bizarre attacks.]]
* FinalBoss: In the sense as the Gifocalypse being a "game" from the perspective of the copies, with each professor being a boss battle. [[spoiler:Except she is not meant ot be beaten. Or even reached -- she has an endlessly-generated line of "next-gen" professors where, in theory, after "conquering" each one the humans would have several more additional professors they'd have to get through, making it impossible for them to catch up to Risen.]]
* {{Flanderization}}: A growing amount of her screentime, especially around Arc 2, more-or-less makes her the butt of jokes where her obsession with Soos is portrayed as typical pathetic "geeky lust" rather than anything serious. The scene where she poorly tries to make out with a Soos dummy in chapter 9 stands out. When she takes center-spotlight as the antagonist of "Game Over" and its alternate ending "Game Complete," the story quickly steps away from this.
* ForgotFlandersCouldDoThat: It's a RunningGag when she fights the humans that she often questions if they forgot a certain ability or trait of hers. The first time this happens is in the very first chapter, where Soos comments that she probably can't hear him through the electronic... briefly forgetting that her whole gimmick is being a sapient electronic. In the first (of quite a number) fight against Soos on [[spoiler:the Planet Negation Girl]], one of the first things she does is transform an arm into a number of pink tentacles. What? Did you forget that throwaway line where she said she had an octopus dad? It's only ever mentioned once in-fic leading up to that.
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: [[spoiler:The narration occasionally switches to first-person when referring to her in the last few chapters, mostly when she's pissed. She also directly hijacks the opening and closing notes towards the end. It's implied that her taking the rift had something to do with this.]]
* FullFrontalAssault: Some of the other copies might not really wear much, but most of the ones that attack the gang at least wear ''something''. In the final battle, after [[spoiler:falling from the atmosphere takes away their clothes]], she takes Soos on in a naked fist-fight.
* FunWithAcronyms: The Planet Negation Girl refers to the .PNG image format. It also triples as a ShoutOut to [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 Jergingha's Planet Destruction Form,]] and foreshadows [[spoiler:that it has a humanoid appearance capable of destroying planets -- hence the ''girl''.]]
* AGodAmI: She wasn't technically lying to Sandy when she called herself the Lightning Goddess (though the stereotypical "ghost voice" ''was'' more of a lie) -- ''she actually thinks of herself on a divine level'', largely thanks to [[spoiler:her being able to send energy to and get energy from the rift.]]
* HumanoidAbomination: All of the copies have some shades of this, but she's by far the most eldritch [[spoiler:thanks to being infused with the rift. She's also the only character that can hijack the fourth wall, although seeing as it stops completely once she destroys/seals the rift, it's implied to be directly connected with her rift skills.]]
* IronicEcho: Compare what Burnda tells her in the end of chapter 10 to what she tells Burnda in the middle of chapter 13.
-->'''Burnda:''' ''(Taps [=.GIFfany=] on the nose repeatedly)'' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:your "next generations" will be doing.]] We can barely listen to you, why do you think they would?\\
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'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:my new line of sisters]] did ''NOT'' do to me!
* {{Jerkass}}: Not very pleasant to any of her other copies or the humans. She only puts up with them in the first place because they "repaired" her and brought her physical form back to its fullest abilities, and that they felt she owed them one.
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:In both endings. In "Game Complete," she blows up Earth despite already having Soos under her control. In "Game Over," she still kidnaps him (indirectly, Dove did the actual kidnapping but [=.GIFfany=] refused to let him go), kidnaps Melody, at several points implies that she'll go back to resorting to kill the human opposers (as she only does not want to see ''herself'' die), and after all of that... Soos fights her a little, but she deals just as much damage to him in the fist-fight. She gets Easily Forgiven by everyone except Dipper, and the ending there implies that she already got close to what she wanted anyway.]]
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: In a manner Fan says is similar to [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey,]] she is the one copy that completely spits in the face of the story's morality system. Every other professor/[=.GIFfany=] instance seems to have a soft side, can be reasoned with, and grows more as they are all brought in with their family to talk things out. Not the "Risen" one. She flat-out tries to ''kill'' the leads, out of pure malace, practically every scene with her is either a sign of her jackassery or a joke about how ''pathetic'' she is, and ''sparing'' her is exactly what she wants Soos to do. [[spoiler:Hell, unlike Flowey, she doesn't even really have an "Asriel." In the context of the copies, she's very close to being the one true "relentless killer" of the bunch.]]
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: See her quote at the top of her folder. That's basically Fan apologizing for the professors being less "[=.GIFfany=]" and more "video game that's more self-aware than Rumble brought to life in general."
* LightIsNotGood: While she's not a light-user per-say, she's still as bright as ever and associated with light colors. Her city is even well-lit at most times, bright, and made of pink giffinium metal. Aside from a pink brighter than any of the professors' hair colors (except Burrda), she's also associated with rainbow. But she's the most dangerous of the bunch.
* LimitedWardrobe: Parodied. Her wardrobe consists entirely of completely identical school uniforms and one train conductor outfit, as revealed in chapter 9. The only thing with any variety at all are her undergarments. When she sees that one of her skirts had somehow been vandalized by Leona's followers so that it was a mere ''diferent color'', she objects so much to the thought of shaking up her school uniform in any way that she outright fries the skirt and makes a note to herself to make a new one.
* MotherOfAThousandYoung: [[spoiler:She all-but functions as this once she gets her machines to start the copy army working. However, she still considers all of the next-gen copies as sisters, not daughters. Once she turns it on, at ''no'' point in the story is it ever turned off -- Word of God confirms this (not even during what was otherwise the massive power outage when she's about to possess the entire PNG), and she's still generating copies directly when she hijacks the PNG, and it's still generating them even during her fall from space, the epilogue, and the four-year fastward on Professor Wendy's blog.]]
* MsFanservice: Doesn't seem like it compared to the more bold outfits of the other copies, but starting from chapter 9 she gets a sudden number of nude scenes, flirts and teases with Soos a ''lot'', the story flat-out says that she becomes a walking PantyShot, and she dresses up in a number of revealing outfits just before the final battle. Also, aformentioned chapter 9 goes into ''huge detail'' of her admiring her body, then slapping her ass, which the story indirectly makes clear is not supposed to be "censored" like a copy's frontal nudity would be. She turns into more of a Ms. FanDisservice by the finale.
* NarratorAllAlong: Possibly. [[spoiler:Either it's this or she only started "trying to become" the narrator towards the end game, yet failed to completely take over the original narration. The evidence for either case is how, near the end, the story switches to her first-person point of view when she's especially pissed off.]]
* NightmareFace: Tries to invoke this by shading out her upper face, which is similar to how she appears for a quick flash in canon. This is considered rather unimpressive. [[spoiler:And that's why she ''really'' kicks up her expressions in the endgame, where she does things like showing herself aging to the point of ''rotting'' when she talks about a human's finite lifespan, or representing humanity in general by having Dipper, Mabel, Soos, and Wendy's faces all emerging out of hers at once in complete agony.]]
* NukeEm: She lift's [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey's]] nuclear bomb attack from her Main Possession.
* OurFounder: Unlike ''all'' of the other domains, her place eventuallys gets an enormous, "[=3D=] pixel" statue in her image at the greeting site at the Planet Negation Girl. [[spoiler:Readers are led to think that this is her Main Possession. It's not. The ''entire'' base is.]]
* SerialEscalation: She goes from a sapient video game that tries to pull her victim in by insulting his dating skills with real women and using animatronics to attack to a supercomputer evil goddess that instead opts for tempting him with a massive arcade ''planet'' and, when that fails, [[spoiler:she tries to attack him with ''the planet itself.'']]
* TheSingularity: [[spoiler:''Successfully'' pulls at least a soft variation off, regardless of ending. (In the special ending, it's more of a hard variation.) The Planet Negation Girl is a constantly-evolving, constantly-growing, constantly-populated planet-base implied to extend off to even more planets, greatly helped by how the copies now have the power to make metal out of absolutely nothing. She's themed around infinite power, and it's stated that a single chip's worth of PNG technology has more power than all technology made from Earth combined. It's implied that this accidentally helps the world reach more of a utopia state by the end.]]
* SurroundedByIdiots: Inverted. With the possible exceptions of Dove and Sandy [[spoiler:(and even then, Sandy is actually quite intellegent when she's not getting stoned from her own tea)]], all of the professors are smarter and more rational than [=.GIFfany=], likely because most of their "relationships" were still successful at the time and thus they had free time to think about things other than petty revenge schemes/fantasies. As the story goes on, it's increasingly obvious that [=.GIFfany=] is portrayed as a dumbass {{jerkass}} nobody realy wants to listen to, who engages in violent revenge fantasies acted out by dummies. It's worth noting that she ''thinks'' she plays the trope straight, especially notable with her reaction to talking to Sandy in chapter 4:
-->"Stupid, stupid, stupid! Why! ARE! MY! ''CLONES! SO! '''STUPID!'''''"
* ThatsNoMoon: [[spoiler:The entire PNG also doubles as her Main Possession. It seems like it's completely meant to be a planet base at first, then [=.GIFfany=] uses the power of the rift to help her possess it completely, turning it into a combat mecha.]]
* TookALevelInJerkass: For a "redemption story" [[spoiler:or something of a deconstruction therof]], [=.GIFfany=] spends most of it being ''even worse'' than she was in canon as soon as she gets her memories back. She sees all of her copies as puppets until [[spoiler:Burrda's attempted suicide]], drops the act of being sweet and cheery ''completely'', and at the beginning of chapter 13 part 2, she even screams at Soos to shut up just for asking how long she's pacing back and forth across the room. The only thing she's really improved on is that she does not believe in killing/deleting the enemy (or, she shows more restraint -- she does eventually threaten to kill Soos, but only after the townsfolk ram her plan OffTheRails), and even that's implied to be just because both Rose and Dove both pressured her into not being lethal. She doesn't even really have much of a FreudianExcuse to pass it off -- ''Dove'' is the copy that actually experienced deleting her programmers, the rest just have it experienced in memories, and despite that said other copies are usually better than her.
* [Not AndYouThoughtItWouldFail; I'm gonna find another trope for this]: One of the few times she's proven ''right'' about something in-fic. [[spoiler:Burnda tells her that making even more copies of herself is a stupid idea, because the "army" she has now barely listens to her. Of course, for whatever reason (likely less outside-human interaction), the second generation ''does'' listen to her. [=.GIFfany=] even mocks Burnda by doing what Burnda did back in chapter 10's stinger, repeatedly poking her in the face. [=.GIFfany=] then says "Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what my new line of sisters did ''NOT'' do to me!"]]

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]

!! Professor Eve (Number: 3693092) [Probably not that number -- might just throw that to Courtlyn.]

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her Main Possession is a [=.GIFfany=] replica robot that can shape-shift into the traits of all the past Main Possessions. Because the author did not want to "END end" the story on a note that's just throwing past stuff again, she also fights on her own with her own moves.
* BrownNote: She claims that looking at the sky of her pocket dimension will kill humans, as they cannot process it like [=AIs=] can. The sky ''is'' weird there, but it's not ''lethal'' -- Mabel eagarly looks up once they finally get past the giffinium barrier and finds out that the "killing" part is BS.
* CallBack: She's basically faced off like a "regular" monster from canon would -- she isn't reasoned with and instead ends up getting outsmarted and bested physically. She's also more of a symbolic battle between the downward spirals Dipper and Mabel had gone through, and her defeat ultimately marks their recovery.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: While the vanilla story was this for Soos and the [=.GIFfany=] copies, Eve's encounter is this for the younger Pine twins, as they start to recover from their split caused by the events of the fic. And in an appropriate manner too -- a throwback to canon.
* EldritchLocation: She ''makes'' them, and she spent the entirety of the Gifocalypse tucked away in one. Not that this stopped Risen from finding her and assimilating her too in the special ending, although according to Fan she ended up putting a hell of a fight.
* EmpathicEnvironment: The sky in her pocket dimension gets more fucked up as she takes damage, and the setting in general begins to warp around more and more.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: The first thing she does is punch Professor Wendy in the gut and yell at her for being too soft and listening to the humans. Keep in mind that Professor Wendy is -- or rather, was -- one of the more trigger-happy copies. Hell, ''Rose'' struggled to find something positive to say about her.
* EvilCounterpart: She's this (or, an Evil''er'' Counterpart) to Risen, believe it or not.
* {{Expy}}:
** Battle-wise, of Delirium from ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac: Afterbirth+''. (Semi-appropriate as she's named after a character from that game, as is her expy in the ''HRT'' series.) The TrueFinalBoss that shape-shifts into all previous bosses of the adventure leading up to it, is found in a clusterfuck MindScrew of an area, and even has an association with static.
* FinalExamBoss: Another in-universe video game trope the Pines have to go against. Not only do they have to face against every single Main Possession they had before (excluding the Planet Negation Girl, but Risen is still represented with the beaver animatronic), not only do they have to remember all thirteen of them after four years of being at peace with the [=.GIFfanys=], but they also have to ''actually fight them this time'', and cannot simply trick her into letting them destroy her tools.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** In the official ending version of chapter 13, the group is attacked by some arm "split" in red, green, and blue. This turns out to be Eve herself, briefly leaking into the [[TheVoidBetweenWorlds Void Between Wires.]]
** Professor Wendy's CharacterBlog ends with mentioning of her. At first it seems like a cliffhanger that will intentionally never be answered, but it turns out that it was actually foreshadowing the extra chapter.
* {{Jerkass}}: Probably the biggest of them all, and that is saying a lot. She thinks P. Wendy, ''Dove'', and '''Risen [=.GIFfany=]''' are all too ''soft''.
* GiantFootOfStomping: When mimicking Shannon's Main Possession, she prefers using a bunch of feet to try stomping on the Pines.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Didn't read ''SBIG'', specifically ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''? Didn't read Professor Wendy's CharacterBlog? Then she and her chapter will come out of fucking nowhere, with only minimal foreshadowing from the official ending.
* InterfaceSpoiler: Her chapter existing could have only really been shocking once "Game Over" and "Game Complete" were out and it seemed like the story ended. Now, the sheer fact that there is a chapter after the ones labeled "Official Ending" and "Special Ending" gives away that the adventure isn't quite over. In fan's defense, he at least waited half a month before he even started writing this.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Even by the standards of the Arc 3 professors (WordOfGod places her, and her alone, under a special Arc ''4''.), the way her chapter plays out is completely against the tradition that the story itself set up. She's faced after a four year+ TimeSkip, resides in a PocketDimension rather than a real-world location (even the PNG is technically one -- space), has no "students," her prior player is completely irrelevant to the story, and she's the one copy that is genuinely just dealt with by force, and only force. She still doesn't die. In a way, her chapter plays out as an odd combination of the formula set up in Arcs 1 and 2 along with the "broken formula" of Arc 3, specifically chapter 13. Soos and Wendy also never directly encounter her -- in the Official Ending, they're both still at Gravity Falls while the Pines are the only ones to take her on. In the special ending, [=.GIFfany=] already reached into the pocket dimension and assimilated her offscreen before she could fight the Mystery Shack group.
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: Took on Risen [=.GIFfany=] in a pretty intense fight during the events of "Game Complete," which happened offscreen so as to not spoil the fact that she exists -- ''if'' it was read at all, the alternate chapter 13 was written as though it was still read before Eve's chapter.
* PrimaryColourChampion: Incorporates a lot of reds, greens, and blues, in contrast to [=.GIFfany=] using a lot of pink, yellow, and aqua/cyan.
* {{Retcon}}: Well, of chapter numbering. "Game Complete" goes from being chapter 14 to the "alternate chapter 13" (which is less surprising when you consider that, internally, "Game Over" is actually chapters 13, 14, ''and'' 15 split so that it wouldn't be browser-crashingly long), and ''this'' is the bonus fourteenth chapter.
* WalkingSpoiler: Despite keeping the nature of many of them secrets up until their reveal, ''run:gifocalypse'' still constantly presents itself as having fifteen professors. There is a sixteenth one.

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!! Other [=.GIFfany=] Copies

[[folder:The [=.GIFfany=] Army in General; Specific Student Groups]]

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Come in a large number of skin colors, some realistic, many not, practically following Fan's signature. Even out of the professors, there's more technicolor ones than not-technicolor ones. Examples are Bubbles (red), Cardia (orange, though hers might actually pass as a realistic skin color), Leona (yellow), Dian (green), Burnda and Burrda (both cyan), Sonia (blue), Wendy (purple), Rose (a '''very''' saturated, deep hot pink), and Dove (gray).
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Pretty much all of them strive to obey video game logic in some way. Where nothing is permanent, fighting is a good way to solve problems, and money works in a very bizarre way. All of the various lessons the professors learn can be summed up as them learning how to properly function in the real world.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: All of them are rather strange. Many blindly follow whatever outlandish requests their professors have for them, and some are weird even on top of that.
* HisNameReallyIsBarkeep: Leona's color-named minions, all of the Duel of 100 participants, etc, are ''actually named what "nickname" they are introduced as''. The former are named after the colors/patterns they take on (this includes more absurd names like "Rainbow Based On The GPOC Model"[[note]]It's said copy's attempt at making a "new" color model. As Red-Green-Blue has Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Key (black), Red-''Yellow''-Blue would have Green-Purple-Orange-''Canvas'' (white). In reality, no such thing is defined.[[/note]] or "Blue And Yellow Stripes") and the latter sounding more like warrior nicknames (highly inspired by the Sammer Guy names, just with computer-related puns rather than Nintendo history-related names).
* {{Mukokuseki}}: As computer programs, they're technically raceless, though several have assigned skin tones both real and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation fictional]] to their characters. This aside, it's hard to tell just what some of the skin toned-copies are supposed to ''be''. Even the template [=.GIFfany=] being Japanese/Asian is depicted as a firm "maybe," though it's implied that they all are. (Especially because this story eventually gives them the surrname "Miyazumi," which is a reference to the Virtual Girlfriend from ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}''.) GPF eventually said that unless Alex Hirsch or another writer were to say otherwise, he considers [=.GIFfany=] to "have started her own race at this point," and the copies are all "of [=.GIFfany=] descent."
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Sapient lines of code on magic discs with electric powers given dark magic that gave them humanoid forces of their choice. The end result, taking Risen for example, could be described along the lines of "Black Magic Electrical AI Scylla."
* ReedRichardsIsUseless: They can ''make matter from nothing'', which regardless of the type of matter (in this case metal) would still be phenominal with the right tools. And they can do this in mass, quickly creating stable buildings in days at the longest. In general, this would completely eliminate homelessness at the least. Some of them are also rapid food-growers, eliminating world hunger. And Risen has a way of getting unlimited energy and faster than light travel. Too bad they only really care about using these powers to make fantasy lands to impress their players. [[spoiler:Eventually subverted by the ending. Professor Wendy's epilogue post on Tumblr implies that they put these to use to improve the world.]]
* ShoutOut: Design-wise, some take inspiration from a large number of sources. Some more obscure than others. WordOfGod is that the first three of the 100 Duelers have their designs based on [[Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic Paimon]], [[WebOriginal/{{Creamsicle}} Sunglasses]], and Stupidella respectively -- the former and latter are canonically topless, the second has been mis-interpreted as such. Meanwhile, the [=AIs=] that appear Burnda's two primary assistants, also confirmed by Fan, to be based on the crocodile and fish women from ''VideoGame/TheFirstFunkyFighter'', minus the animal heads.
* VaporWear: Burnda is the '''only''' copy of the ''entire'' group, [[spoiler:even counting the later-generations/production lines created at the Planet Negation Girl]], that wears bras. And even then, she only did it as a sign of rebellion, [[spoiler:flat-out unhooking hers and letting it get disintegrated by the reentry fall in the finale]]. They might wear bikini tops, sort of lingere pajama tops, etc, but never outright bras. And even underpants are a maybe in some of their cases.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Implied with some of the follower copies in the more laid-back domains clothing-wise (Sandy's, Rose's, Searah's, etc). Outright confirmed with the 100 warriors in the mushroom section of Domain 9.
-->'''Peachaulinsalinaisy:''' Just think of this as a kind of shirts-vs-skins.\\
'''Soos:''' And I'm skins? I'm sorry, but I feel uncomfortable if [=.GIFfany=]'s sort of-watching-\\
'''The first fighter:''' Um... no, we're skins.
* {{Yandere}}: Every last one of them is implied to retain some of this. The only reason why they're not completely hostile to the human group is because they're convinved that they aren't ''really'' getting between them and thier players, as by the end of this they will all be reunited (aside from Rose and Kenny, maybe).

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[[folder:Hato]]

A cashier at Gif Bytes/Domain 5. Unlike the other copies living there, she's much more aware of how bizarre the Gifocalypse is, and strongly regrets her job.

* BackForTheFinale: Cameo in chapter 11 aside, she shows up in both endings as well. [[spoiler:In the Official Ending, she is at the "bottom" of the sphere of [=.GIFfany=] clones that try to make sure Soos and Melody's descent to Earth is safe. Being the first to slide them to a stop, she intentionally rams the ball into part of Domain 5 as a way of "getting back" at her boss, then remarks that she has had a ''terrible'' Sunday. In the Special Ending, she shows up as Cardia's second-in-line, just to end up getting curb-stomped by [=.GIFfany=] shortly after she assimilates Cardia herself.]]
* BurgerFool: Managed to become one despite being offered the choice, with equal room and skill requirements (effectively, none) available, to join any of the other domains sans [=.GIFfany=]'s (coincidentally, [=.GIFfany=]'s is the one other place that ''definitely'' aims to have fast food establishments, though how much of that was subliminal influence from Cardia's other followers isn't clear). She did, however, join Cardia thinking that she had what it took to become a hunter/farmer. But she ended up only qualifying for bottom-level work, managing the registers and grilling various orders.
* OnlySaneMan: Of the copies as a whole (while Bubbles and the twins offer her some competition). Definitely of the followers in Cardia's domain. She somehow sees right through [=.GIFfany=]'s video game logic and can figure out that the "gold coin" is not a stable

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[[folder:Overseer Michelle]]

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[[folder:Overseer Donna]]

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[[folder:Overseer Raffaela]]

* AntiClimax: Mabel does ''not'' struggle with taking her down, and the only reason why she captured Dipper was because he was flustered at the thought of her distracting him with something redhead-related. When the group takes in Sizzcorra (who isn't "captured" so much as "volunteers to be sucked into the Illegal Prime Neutralizer so she has a chance to talk to Professor Sandy earlier"), Dipper lampshades this.

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[[folder:Hijacker Daminna]]

* ShoutOut: Named after the section in Zone 1 of ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' with the '''smoke''' mines.
* {{Troll}}: She loves to just turn herself into smoke when her opponent (in this case Mabel) thinks that they have her caught.

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[[folder:Hijacker Sizzcorra]]

* HollywoodAcid: Exaggerated. Her sector is in charge of crafting the best acids (while also exporting kinds that are pretty good). The current record-holder is something she swims in
a pool of: It's ''completely'' colorless to the point where it can't even reflect or refract light (making it look invisible, and when she's swimming through it, she appears to be swimming in thin-air), and it melts ''anything'' that isn't giffinium or a copy with high resistance. When it simply ''drips'' playable character from her ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'', a game Fan has poured many hours in to.

!! BAT MECH

The mecha twin-piloted by the "Bat Twins" (Candy and Grenda, who name themselves
after she emerges from a pool, it ends up eating a hole all the way to a point with magma (the larger pits are described as ''glowing orange'' after a while). She implies that this keeps going until reaching the very center of the Earth, until it for eventually decays as with all matter. (Note that despite glowing, this is ''not'' nuclear waste. Chapter 10 introduces bits of becoming [[BadassNormal the latter in Shannon's domain, and the two of them are treated as completely different things.)
* {{Irony}}: While being closer-linked to the element water, she's a fan of professor Sandy, the earth one, while she doesn't like the ideas of Professor Searah, the water one. With Peachaulinsalinaisy, it's the other way around, while Daminna (smoke, close to wind) adores the wind professor.
* MeaningfulName: She points it out herself: Sakura + sizzle + corrode.
* TechnicolorScience: Exaggerated. The acids in her sector come in a huge variety of colors, several of which [[PowerGlows glow,]] and her current "trump card" acid is completely and utterly invisible.

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[[folder:Hijacker Peachaulinsalinaisy]]

* {{Expy}}: A bit of an arrogant [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Princess Peach,]] visually. Also one to [[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario King Sammer,]] especially given the whole "[[spoiler:I'm going to cut these battles short because you guys are on a scrict time limit]]" aspect.
* {{Irony}}: While being closer-linked to the element earth, she's a fan of Professor Searah, the water one, while she doesn't like the ideas of Professor Sandy, the earth one. With Sizzcorra it's the other way around, while Daminna (smoke, close to wind) adores the wind professor.
* MeaningfulName: Her entire sector is a nod to ''Mario'' in general, and the 100-man Sammer Guy duel from ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'' specifically. She's named after a combination of '''Peach''', P'''aulin'''e, Ro'''salina''', and D'''aisy'''.
* OverlyLongName: Of the variant where she has a single, long name. It's shorter than the unicorn's name[[note]]Celestabellebethabelle[[/note]], but by just ''three letters'' and it's still a mouthful in of itself.

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[[folder:Hijacker Alma]]

* ClimaxBoss: For Arc 2, and the story in general. She's faced at a point that nearly marks the end of Dipper and Mabel's arcs in the story[[note]]with chapter 10 being more about Wendy, 11 about the Stans, 12 about the group in general, 13 about Soos, and 14 just being a horror-centric "bad ending"[[/note]], really does not screw around, drops some of what was, up until then, kept as DramaticIrony from the Pines and company but known by the reader, and she's fought at the end of the second-longest chapter in the entire fan fic. Also, she's the last copy battled in Arc 2, and has some new powers up her sleeve just as the other hijackers that doesn't really fit with the [=.GIFfany=]s seen up until her. In fact, it doesn't even fit with the previous three hijackers, whom all had the same "transform into an element/component" abilitiy. She can become two-dimensional. In a way, she doubles on a ''moral'' level too, as her plan is an extreme ([[spoiler:attempting to secretly assassinate [=.GIFfany=], throwing this on the heroes out of nowhere, ]])
* FanDisservice: Chapter 9 has, in order: A copy (and by implication several, but definitely not all, of her followers) that wears nothing but smoky wisps, a team of metal swimsuit-clad lab workers who treat acid baths like swimming pools, "that scene" with the BigBad admiring herself naked and slapping her own ass, and a group of 100 topless swordswomen led by a mushroom-clad wannabe princess. Then there's... her. She starts off looking like a standard CuteMonsterGirl, but once it's revealed that the black, lumpy "floor" in her arena is actually ''a huge mass of spiders'' she goes OneWingedAngel and everything goes straight to hell. Much later, it's revealed that she can transform her ''eyes'' into giant spider leg-like appendages, and was planned to do so in her battle in chapter 9, but this was pushed to chapter 12 because of 9's sheer length.
* ShoutOut:
** Like Daminna, she's named after one of the five sections of Zone 1 in ''OFF''. Fittingly, she's named after the area you head last, and her sector is the last explored in the chapter.
** She can "flip" as in ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Darlene may be absent from this story, but there's another spider-woman who prays on flirting pick-up artists... more-or-less.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Characters''']]

!! The Glitches

If a copy becomes addicted to Shannon's technological "mirrors," and is withdrawn from a mirror for too long, she will begin to glitch out. The effects are
only temporary, as they can be calmed down and the corruption is repairable, but being in the form still leaves them as being exponentially strong, able to "glitch" out their surroundings, and all around being in a state of panic.

* AllThereInTheManual: There are actually a number of "standard types" Glitches can come in -- all five of the ones seen here are one of those standard categories. The Missingno-like corruptions have been nicknamed
* BodyHorror: It's classic video game glitches applied to three-dimensional, flesh and blood (sort of) beings. Of course it's not going to be pretty.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Technically the Glitches are no more different than [=.GIFfany=]'s partly-damaged form at the beginning of the story. They only come off as feral animals at first because A: it's actually the withdrawl effects of the mirrors, and B: their deformations are much worse, and they're panicing a lot more.
** In several domains, it's mentioned through an offhand line that copies are too busy looking into certain mirrors with chartreuse frames to actually do their given task. Chapter 10 finally explains what these mirrors are, and why they seem to be addicting.
* ShoutOut: One of the corruption types resembles [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Missingno.]] Another resembles a [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Pastel Burnt.]] A third resembles the BlobMonster[=s=] from ''Pikmin'' (they change their appearances between them, even creating glitchy "rollers" reminiscent of the Waterwraith's). A fourth resembles a certain model glitch from the Wii U ''Super Smash Bros.'' installment. The fifth type seen in ''Gifocalypse'' is mostly original, but could be paralelled to [[VideoGame/YumeNikki Monoko's]] transformed state. At least in regards to all the arms.
* SurrealHorror: The nature of some of the glitches is just downright ''bizarre''.

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[[folder:The "Dark" Squad]]

* EvilCounterpart: They intend to be these to the respective professor they are based on, but the end result is very confused. They constantly screw up their roles and end up acting like the ''opposite'' of the character they are supposed to be the counterpart of.
* QuirkyMinibossSquad: To Dove, even though Dove herself is TheDragon in [=.GIFfany=]'s Quirky Miniboss Squad. The whole confusion of it all is lampshaded many, many times.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Characters''']]

!! Second-Generation Professors

The copies created by the PNG, making up [=.GIFfany=]'s army for the endgame.

* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: Although "DLC" retroactively makes it the penultimate episode, they're still introduced at the tail end of the original second-to-last chapter.

!! Professor Courtlyn

The most noteworthy of the second generation (and all other generations, for that matter). A gray-haired copy in a suit and glasses that acts as the "New Dove," although she has nearly the exact opposite personality as her blood-haired predecessor.

* TheDragon: To [=.GIFfany=], after Dove's firing. She's the main second generation copy, and she gets a special one-on-one fight with the townsfolk while the other second-gens are quickly dealt with leading up to the battle.
* MeaningfulName: It's got "court" in it. She's also the new legal advisor.
* TheOmniscient: Or, ''nearly''. Her specialty is performing "predictions," where she roughly estimates what her given enemies will do next. However, doing something downright ''stupid'' will stump her prediction -- like sending nothing but the animated wax head of someone as your first line of defense when
* ScaryShinyGlasses:

!! Other Second-Gen Copies

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!! Non-Copy Antagonists/Threats of Note

[[folder:Lil' Gideon Charles Gleeful]]

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[[folder:Experiment 210/The Shape Shifter]]

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[[folder:The Second Summerween Trickster/Halloween Trickster]]

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[[folder:Rumble [=McSkirmish=] ]]

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[[folder:Bill Cipher '''(All Spoilers Unmarked)''']]

* DemotedToExtra: '''And how!''' He has only six lines in the entire story, appears for what would roughly only be a minute, and his sole appearance just has him yelling about how he came so close to figuring out how to work his way through the rift through [=.GIFfany=]'s state just to have it get sealed off before he could cross in.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: For what it's worth, he's technically still alive by the end of ''run:gifocalypse''. He simply never gets a chance to enter Earth's dimension and is forced to wait things out until he has another shot at making it through, rather than being outright killed off/erased. Not that this matters much, given how the story concludes shortly after his only appearance and Fan have confirmed that (as with most of his other fanworks) a direct sequel would be highly unlikely. [[spoiler:Professor Wendy's ''King of the Hill'' blog makes zero mention of him in any way, so it's implied that he stayed sealed for at least four additional years.]]

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!! Other Characters

[[folder:The Frogs]]

* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The ten frogs cover all colors in Fan's preferred RGB-tertiary spectrum except green and magenta.
* YouCanTalk: Chapter 11 reveals that they can talk, after Burnda recruits them as talkshow guests. Ironically, the first words in-fic (and heard by a majority of the other characters) from them is one of them quesioning that ''Burrda'' can talk. Generally, hearing an adult woman speak is a lot less unusually than hearing a talking frog, especially as the world of ''Gravity Falls'' otherwise avoids talking animals.

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[[folder:Other Canon Gravity Falls Townspeople]]

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[[folder:Ron Ejjert]]

A self-proclaimed "GenreSavvy" man that was [[RememberTheNewGuy apparently]] a citizen of Gravity Falls.

* RememberTheNewGuy: He's an original character, which of course means that he did not appear as a town resident at all. This is lampshaded as most
members of the main cast is confused when he makes his appearance.
* TakeThat: Towards Act 6 in ''Homestuck'' in general, and
team without any sort of superpowers or non-human origins/abilities]]). Reflecting its pilots, it has no outstanding powers

!! BURN THIS BOOK

The mecha intended for
the retcon device specifically.
* WrongGenreSavvy: He believes that he's the main protagonist of a highly meta, time travel-centric cynical science-fiction. ''run:gifocalypse'' is actually more of a lighthearted adventure/fantasy (as a matter of fact, despite the higher amount of content, it's LighterAndSofter than canon in some ways too), and is tagged as such on fanfiction.net. Time travel exists in the universe of ''Gravity Falls'', but it is never important in ''run:gifocalypse'' thanks to Fan really not liking the concept. Meta-related elements are ''implied'' canonically in the form of some of Bill's statements, and in-fic [=.GIFfany=] does [[PaintingTheMedium toy around with the fourth wall]] [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou to the point of directly talking to the readers]], but again it's not an actual plot point (once again, Fan hates plot-centric fourth wall breaks[[note]]He cites ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' as an exception to this[[/note]]). Specifically, he thinks this is a [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} "doomed timeline"]] and that the only way to stop the Gifocalypse is to suddenly develop a new "meta travel" from Ford's Quantum Untouchability. All trying to touch it does is scatter him across space until he finally re-assembles, with no new powers in hand, right ''after'' [=.GIFfany=]'s defeat [[spoiler:and ''possible'' Heel-Face Turn.]]

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[[folder:Melody]]

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[[folder:The Prior Players]]

-->'''Rose:''' "You helped us, and we are not even of the same species. You should be able to help other humans just fine."

The last people to play the respective copy of ''Romance Academy 7''. Corresponding to each professor, there is:
* Kenny, Rose's player.
* Victoria, Kathody's player.
* Dean, Searah's player.
* Haruki, Sandy's player.
* Souma, Cardia's player.
* Taro, Bubbles's player.
* Takumi, Leona's player.
* Francis, Sonia's player.
* Noriko, Dian's player.
* Hayate, (Prof.) Wendy's player.
* Kimberly, Shannon's player.
* Gerald, Burnda and Burrda's player.
* Takeshi, Dove's player.

Soos is obviously Risen-[=.GIFfany=]'s last player. Tropes on him go on the main characters folder.

* ChekhovsGunman: Kenny actually does appear in the first chapter, seen returning the copy that would later designate herself as Professor Rose. Back then, the narrative itself does not pay much attention to him.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy -- although their section is divided into two, one conversation between Burnda and Gerald and another between Burnda and Burrda). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep. (Or briefly knocked out, as is the case in chapter 12.)]]
* MeaningfulName:
** Takeshi is named after [[VideoGame/TakeshisChallenge Takeshi Kitano,]] a man who hates video games and made one such joke game with a number of bizarre features. He is, by far, the one player that opposes the copies more than anyone else -- even Soos was more passive to Risen, as he did not try to attack her completely unprovoked.
* ShoutOutThemeNaming: Kimberly and Victoria are named after two naked [=NPCs=] from the third and fourth (respectively) ''Epic Battle Fantasy'' games. (Fan likes ShamelessFanserviceGirl[=s=].) Taro is named after the then-placeholder name of the stalking target of ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', which is actually one of only ''two'' references the fic has to that game[[note]]Fan is '''highly''' skeptical of ''Yandere Simulator''[='=]s future, namely how original its writing would be compared to other "you play as the monster and the best ending is where the events of the game don't happen at all" games[[/note]]. Takeshi is a reference to ''VideoGame/TakeshisChallenge'', and Gerald is part of Burnda and Burrda's ''WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever'' references.

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!! I'm not doing "We are Number One" because it's a meme, I'm doing it because I saw the meme everywhere, saw the song's video, and genuinely liked it. It also fits with the plot of RG way too fucking well.

-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Are you, uh, a real [=.GIFfany=] copy?\\
'''Burnda:''' Hell no!\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Have you ever caught a datefriend, like, uh, a player?\\
'''Burnda:''' No way "sister!"\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Have you ever tried a possession?\\
'''Burnda:''' Does fusion count?\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Alright! I can see that I will have to teach you how to be proper virtual girlfriends!\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Step one: attack anyone in your way! Step two: target the player! Step three: threaten to kill them if they do not come in to your game! That's all!

* ''run:gifocalypse'': Soos's story.
* ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'': Mabel's story. (StylisticSuck)
* ''Spooky's Jump Scare M- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER'': Pacifica's story, and also about how she "DOESN'T NEED NO MAN." (StylisticSuck)
* ''Escape From Fanservice Island'': Ford's story. (StealthParody, and one that does a crappy job at "stealth.")
Journals.

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