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** "GHAAAARGLE! You naked idiots still insist on fighting your destiny?" [Gotta update this; these aren't their LAST words anymore, but they do still say it] [[spoiler:The Three Boundary Guardians, after fusing themselves together]]

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** "GHAAAARGLE! You naked idiots still "WHY do you insist on fighting your destiny?" [Gotta update this; these aren't their LAST words anymore, but they do still say it] trying to stop what is certain?!" [[spoiler:The Three Boundary Guardians, after fusing themselves together]]



* ''5x5'':
** "This cave's still mine, though! I legally own it!" [[spoiler:Cold Dragon]]
** "Oh, no! Not the oasis! Not every desert needs to have some hidden 'oasis,' you know! Can't some of them just be sand from border to border?" [[spoiler:Warm Dragon]]
** "Well I got the biggest body of water under my control so I ''guess'' I won? I mean, it IS hard topping the entire ocean." [[spoiler:Blood Dragon]]
** "Yes, another man. Another human man, at that. You're probably wondering why. Well... that secret is going to die with me! GAHAHAHAAH!" [[spoiler:The Red Knight]]
* ''5x5 2: :''

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* ''5x5'':
** "This cave's still mine, though! I legally own it!" [[spoiler:Cold Dragon]]
** "Oh, no! Not the oasis! Not every desert needs to have some hidden 'oasis,' you know! Can't some of them just be sand from border to border?" [[spoiler:Warm Dragon]]
** "Well I got the biggest body of water under my control so I ''guess'' I won? I mean, it IS hard topping the entire ocean." [[spoiler:Blood Dragon]]
** "Yes, another man. Another human man, at that. You're probably wondering why. Well... that secret is going to die with me! GAHAHAHAAH!" [[spoiler:The Red Knight]]
* ''5x5 2: :''



---->'''Great Pikmin Fan:''' Protip: If you're insane, I'll show your boobs on a T-rated story. So if you want sane boobs, well... I'd recommend ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', but it's a stretch to consider everyone there sane after

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---->'''Great Pikmin Fan:''' Protip: If you're insane, I'll show your boobs on a T-rated story. So if you want sane boobs, well... I'd recommend ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', but it's a stretch to consider everyone there sane after what happened there.



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* MoodWhiplash: The "bonuses" at the end of the post-four month time skip chapters.

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* MoodWhiplash:
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[[foldercontrol]]

!! Main Characters

[[folder:Adam]]

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[[folder:The Wives]]

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!!
The "bonuses" at Fighters of Sensitivity

[[folder:In General]]

A band of ten demons from Hell that directly opposed
the end activities performed by Adam and his Wives, and thus sent out to try to capture them. After Adam escapes, he hunts them down while also saving his harem.

The reason ''why'' they are enemies is never specified. Adam assumes they're just offended at... something, but he's an UnreliableNarrator.

* HeroAntagonist: [[spoiler:Implied, considering the amount of subtext that Adam and his harem are actually criminal overlords and how, kidnapping aside, the [=FoS=] aren't actually ''doing'' anything wrong. Well, there's also them capturing the mayor, but like most of [=DeepWater=]'s Mayor Quimby expies, he's corrupt.]]
* PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad: Adam and the Wives ''insist'' that they're this, but none of their actions even remotely suggest anything along these lines.

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[[folder:Ron]]

An over-the-top martial arts expert obsessed with kung-fu movies.

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[[folder:Yessir]]

An optimistic music producer.

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[[folder:Brad]]

A cowardly surfer.

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[[folder:Payton]]

The head of a video game streaming website known as Witch.

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[[folder:Olivia]]

A hyper "wild west"-themed train engineer.

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[[folder:Gregg]]

A circus performer and world-famous actor.

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[[folder:Carl]]

A business worker described as "a cold asshole."

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[[folder:Pike]]

A former drug-dealer who became an artist.

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[[folder:Gary]]

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[[folder:Kevin]]

The leader
of the post-four month time skip chapters.
Fighters of Sensitivity and

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!! Minibosses

[[folder:Home-J and Homer Simpson]]

!! Homer Simpson

-->"Argh! It makes me so mad! I keep falling on my ass, saying 'D'OH,' getting injured, and do you feel sorry for me? No! You laugh at me! I think I'm gonna crush you, just for the fun of it!"

* ShoutOut:
** His intro quote is pretty much just [[VideoGame/SuperMario64 the Whomp King's speech.]]

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!! Other Characters

[[folder:The Mayor]]

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[[folder:Adam's Sister]]

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[[folder:[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] ]]

Yes, the creator of the story himself is a character. He shows up regardless of the ending to straight-up tell the viewers about the game's true nature.

* BreakingTheFourthWall: Makes sense given as he's the game's creator.
* WhamLine: Did anybody think that this game's StealthParody was too "Stealth?" Well, in comes this guy saying the following:
-->'''NMDW:''' Above all else, this game is just meant to be outright ''bad.''
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[[folder:Looks (Might just move to Main/ Sandbox)]]

!! Appearance

[[WikiSandbox (For other things on them...)]]

Unitias have a variety of appearances, but they all follow a very general template. All of them appear as adult women ([=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] implied that, just like the Emazhes of ''Emazh In'', a male option may be implimented in the future) who generally wander around nude. They all have the "Unified Mark" on their right buttock, which can appear during extreme uses of their powers and resembles the letter U sliced in half diagonally. They can vary somewhat in body type (slightly less so than Emazhes) and come in different colors in terms of hair, skin, eyes, or even less usual features like nails, sclera, blood, teeth, or tears/sweat. In addition to colors, some of them also have patterns on themselves as well, whether arranged specifically (such as marks that resemble carefully-crafted large tattoos across the body), in repettitive shapes (such as polka dots), or just as random bits of color. Unlike Emazhes, all Unitias have above-average sized breasts and large, rounded rears. They also have extremely sharp teeth, and it is implied that ''all'' of them have lengthy tongues.

Fan has confirmed that none of the infinite Unitias resemble anthropormorphized animals in that they have heads of or facial features of any creatures becides humans. None of them could be mistaken for children, as well. These two rules also apply for Emazhes.

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** "GHAAAARGLE! You naked idiots still insist on fighting your destiny?" [[spoiler:The Three Boundary Guardians, after fusing themselves together]]
** "Just let her know what a mistake I made. I wasted my entire life... just to try to end yours." [[spoiler:A Lightning Cult mook]]
** [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} "Heh... that's the best question... you could have ever asked..."]] [[spoiler:Zephieye Smith, AKA "The Lightning Cultist"]]

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** "GHAAAARGLE! You naked idiots still insist on fighting your destiny?" [Gotta update this; these aren't their LAST words anymore, but they do still say it] [[spoiler:The Three Boundary Guardians, after fusing themselves together]]
** "Just let her know what a mistake I made. I wasted my entire life... just to try to end yours." [[spoiler:A Lightning Cult mook]]
** [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} "Heh... that's the best question...
"If you could have ever asked..."]] ''really'' think you're smarter than me, LET'S SEE HOW ''YOU'' HANDLE THE BLACK SUN! HUH? HUH???!!" [[spoiler:Zephieye Smith, AKA "The Lightning Cultist"]]Cultist," AKA "The Great Zephieye"]]



Character sheet for ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and its related media. '''Beware of spoilers, especially the story's number of which that happen on the first chapter.'''

* Heroes:
** The Intriguing Group[[note]]Steve, Diane, Poixer, Hammithan, Nosfo, Quazzax[[/note]]
** Support (For Carlson and Stella, see ''Ordinarily United''[='=]s page)[[note]]Forest Dwellers in general, Jim, [[/note]]
* Antagonists:
** BLOODSHOT[[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith, Hacksa, Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, Witchita, Master Master, Earl (Intubble), CD[[/note]]
** Miscellaneous threats of the week not affiliated with BLOODSHOT (For the Unitias, see the ''Ordinarily United'' page)[[note]]Inflatable Man, Spi-cat-der, [Chapter 3], Bad Chef, Hugh Jass, [...] Zeevih[[/note]]
* Other[[note]][[/note]]
* ''Ordinarily United'' for Carlson and the Unitias

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Character sheet for ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and its related media. '''Beware of spoilers, especially the story's number of which [[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing
that happen might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw
on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the first chapter.'''

* Heroes:
** The Intriguing Group[[note]]Steve, Diane, Poixer, Hammithan, Nosfo, Quazzax[[/note]]
** Support (For Carlson
shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Stella, see ''Ordinarily United''[='=]s page)[[note]]Forest Dwellers in general, Jim, [[/note]]
* Antagonists:
** BLOODSHOT[[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith, Hacksa, Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, Witchita, Master Master, Earl (Intubble), CD[[/note]]
** Miscellaneous threats
Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the week post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not affiliated mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own,
with BLOODSHOT (For unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the Unitias, see way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the ''Ordinarily United'' page)[[note]]Inflatable Man, Spi-cat-der, [Chapter 3], Bad Chef, Hugh Jass, [...] Zeevih[[/note]]
* Other[[note]][[/note]]
* ''Ordinarily United''
events of the show down to conversations happening word for Carlson word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the Unitias
show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)



[[folder:The Intriguing Group as a Whole]]

Steve Badvillain (more on him below) is part of the Southern Forest, which strongly believes in setting up communities of rented homes along with the Treemaster's main house. Taking inspiration from his friend and older brother-figure Jim, Steve decided to not be picky about replacement treemates after his previous group of easy-going people from Brimcity all left, and -- through a series of frustration-based actions -- ending up accepting all of the next five people to his home.

* AerithAndBob: Compare Hammithan, Nosfo, Poixer, and ''Quazzax'' to... Steve and Diane.
* ColorCodedCharacters: Based on the text colors of the "elements" of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime''[[note]]Not the medallions themselves, as that would make Spirit/Hammithan orange, Light/Quazzax yellow, and Shadow/Nosfo purple[[/note]]. These match the colors of their hair, and [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow in all six cases,]] eyes.
** Steve: Green.
** Diane: Red.
** Poixer: Blue.
** Hammithan: Yellow. Wears orange on occasion.
** Nosfo: Magenta. "Wears" purple on occasion.
** Quazzax: Cyan. Wears yellow on occasion.
* {{Expy}}: They're based on the "Six Sages" re-occuring element in the ''SBIG'' series of fan fiction in general. To get more specific:
** Steve: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank.]] Oddly, his backstory is a dead-ringer for ''Alucard's'' in ''SBIG'', where
** Diane: [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda,]] but mixed a tiny bit with [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Wendy]] and moreso her OCStandIn-based mother "Wanda" from ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Like Brenda, she's silent, prone to violence, wears little, and her main weapon is a sword. Like Wanda, she's extremely tall, has long red hair,
** Poixer: [[Series/TheBigBangTheory Sheldon,]] but he's got some very minor [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dexter]] vibes as well. Sheldon's series ties with Hank's as the most "grounded in realism" of the six,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Steve Badvillain]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Over a hundred 13 year-old rebels were thrown off of that city and died, all because they refused to stand with evil. I was lucky. I was helped. And now, I am going to clear their names and end the Badvillain's line of wrong!]]

The hero of the story. By the time the number of time skips in the prologue are over, he's a 43 year-old man

* CainAndAbel: To Timmy/Blood King, given that both of them are trying to kill each-other. Although Blood King is the Cain, Steve is just what if Abel took up some serious self-defense lessons and put up a fight.
* TheHeart: He ''hates'' being this at first, but he ''is'' ultimately the reason why the other five would even so much as speak to each-other, let alone band up and become heroes instead of lounging, arrogant {{jerkass}}es.
* AMinorKidroduction: The first quarter of Chapter 1 is about his life as a kid, leading up to his thirteenth birthday when Timmy slaps him off of Badvillain City. We briefly cover his early training, and after that we go to thirty years later.
* NotSoStoic: Unlike Hank Hill, a good chunk of his character arc is about him actually opening up and revealing his sensitivity. He seems to be all stone-cold and business-like near the beginning, but as the story goes on he starts to laugh more, show fear more, become more prone to angry outburst, and he's even cried more than any other major character (yes, including Kenith, who only cried on-screen ''[[NeverLiveItDown twice]]'').
* SinsOfOurFathers: Averted. Despite coming from a long line of villains in a family, nobody really blames him for anything the Badvillains have done (Hammithan does briefly when they first meet, but that's because Hammithan thought he was the Blood King at first) and nobody's trying to encourage him to fight for good except himself. However, he ''does'' try to clear the name of his family -- not really for himself or because he "has to," but to let more people be aware that there were other Badvillains in the past who refused to don the Bat Wings, but got killed as a result of not having any "Unfels" to save them from their fall.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Most of the people in the Southern Forest who have "perfected" being Treemasters are this, as their uniform -- male or female -- is just a three-leaf "loincloth" and some FacialMarkings and other "forest paint" on his body.

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[[folder:Diane Mohdez]]

[[caption-width-right:250:...I talk. Sometimes.]]

A 25 year-old maid from the Skull Crater desperately studying physics in the hopes that she could get a better job. She's mostly silent, ''extremely'' powerful, and seems tough, but is considerably less harsh than she initially looks to be.

* BerserkButton:
** She has a very strong "captain goes down with/lays themselves before the crew (but not the ship itself)" mentality. The only reason why Xunter lived as long as he did was because Diane put off killing him to go after Tanker. Why? Because unlike Mudvin (and later, Xunter himself) at the scene, Tanker was willing to escape while using her own units as a shield to distract her. To say that backfired would be an understatement: DirtyCoward[=s=] piss off Diane to no end, and if not for that, Xunter would have been dead while Tanker would have lived on a bit longer. (Just a ''bit'' according to WordOfGod.)
** Mentioning North Skull Crater in general. Most characters in the story think that the "''[[PhraseCatcher Notherners]]''" (the rich of the volcanic area) a bunch of stuck-up, nudity-hating assholes. Diane, on the other hand, lives really close to them... and she can confirm that that description is being too nice (she'd also list "nudity-hating" more than once). This is even supposed to extend to the readers, as they are pretty much responsible for several in-universe instances of content being trimmed down as well as why both Diane and Quazzax have to cover their chests whenever they go in to Brimcity.
** It never happens in-story, but side bonuses reveal that she has a '''''high vehement hatred''''' for being forced in to outfits she doesn't like, and ''god fucking help you'' if the person doing this was someone she was already trying to kill. It's not as bad the Unitia's hatred of clothing, but it's really close. Thought she would be subjected to "moe cosplay fanservice?" No. Instead, you'll get DeathGlare[=s=] followed by, if said reason involves villains, a lot blood shed.
* CountryMatters: Calls Tanker this at the end of Chapter 2 just after killing her. Given that Tanker had, less than a minute ago, mowed down completely innocent civilians with her tank ''on purpose'' just to spite the Intriguing Group, it's not like she wasn't doing anything bad.
* {{Deuteragonist}}: Often listed as the "second" of the Intriguing Group: she's the second permanent Treemate counting landlord Steve himself, the second chapter is her backstory/full introduction (the others are given further chapters, with Quazzax not having ''her'' story elaborated on until nearly halfway through), she barely even manages to edge-out Steve in terms of screentime,
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Manages to have ''two'': one of her overall personality/how she is in regards to the other heroes, and one for her badassery/how she is in regards to villains.
** In her introduction, she manages to somehow sneak up on Steve despite also carrying around a huge amount of luggage and her red-and-tan color scheme sticking out in sharp contrast to the green-and-brown forest around her, making it hard for her to really blend in. This requires giving it some thought, but she's first seen by the border of Brimcity and the Southern Forest picking up a tab advertizing Steve's living community, then Poixer takes a tab and immediately whips out his phone. By the time Steve answers, Diane is ''already'' there, complete with her things, which may seem like an oversight, but it's hinting at her SuperSpeed. It becomes more obvious when Diane manages to pack her luggage away in her new home and lights a fire in the fireplace in the short span it takes Steve to finish his phone call with Poixer.
**
* MookHorrorShow: Xunter and Tanker both briefly channel their inner Dave (basically trying to be meta but failing at it) when they assume that Diane, having been the only one of the Intriguing Group to not show combat skills at that moment, to be some kind of FauxActionGirl. Both of them laugh at her when she takes her top off, thinking that she's trying to distract them with her boobs and reminding her that they are both trained military experts who won't just drop what they're doing for someone showing skin. Then that top hits the ground, causes an ''enormous'' crash that bends the carrier it hit in half. Turns out it was a training weight. Cue Diane managing to pull off ''more'' than the other members of the Intriguing Group had, proving to be nearly invincible, and even getting a ShoutOut to ''Film/{{Terminator}}'' when she walks out of the flames Xunter tries to burn her with.
* MsFanservice: The heroic example. Starting from Chapter 4, she just about permanently goes around with her breasts completely exposed -- no GodivaHair, no BarbieDollAnatomy. And she takes off her top several times in the chapters prior. That aside, it's not like she wears anything otherwise, and has both a large bust and butt.
* FeedItFire: Anything with high temperatures makes her stronger. It's common knowledge about her race, but Xunter had to be reminded of that the hard way.
* OneManArmy: Putting it this way: Steve can grow his own forests to help. Hammithan has mechas. Nosfo has the souls he's collected over the years. Quazzax has alien tech. Poixer has {{Kaiju}}. By contrast, Diane does not have any "large" weapon but her own fists, and is capable of taking down things significantly larger than entire buildings with no effort.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: In the present day, she only wears a ''tiny'', loose loincloth and a bikini top that she eventually just wears to satisfy Brimcity's laws. She, against her choice, wore a lot more before she moved from her parents house, but still apparently slept nude.
* StuffBlowingUp: Her physical attacks, when not holding back, can blow giant, feiry holes thing things.
* TerseTalker: When she ''does'' talk, it's mostly like this. She has very, ''very'' rarely said a sentence longer than five words long.
* {{Tsundere}}: GPF actively defied trying to write her character in to one that can be classed as such. She might ''seem'' like the staple with her being rather cold and distant to the other leads and prone to violence more than anyone else who isn't [[HotBlooded Hammithan,]] but that's really due to her poor social skills. She's actually really nice from the get-go if you just talk to her, and when she acts brash towards Hammithan, it's not to "hide her feelings" -- she legitimately doesn't like it when he doesn't get his act together. [[spoiler:Also, Hammithan is the only character she even remotely acts "tsun" towards -- and they don't end up as a couple.]]

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[[folder:Poixer Avaage]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now, if you place this ]]

A 29 year-old scientist from the islands to the north that enjoys training his pet sea monsters. Desperate to find a place he can afford after his last roommate moved out with his girlfriend, he turns to the forst communities and found Steve's place.

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[[folder:Hammithan Descendo]]

[[caption-width-right:250:JUST POINT ME TOWARDS THE TARGET SO I CAN BLOW 'EM UP!]]

The youngest of the treemates, as an 18-and-three-quarters year old (by the time he moved in; he's had his birthday near the end) man who managed to luck out in getting a job with motorcycles just after graduating high school. As a bit of a delinquent back in school, he's the only one of the Intriguing Group with a criminal record, but

* BadassNormal: The only Treemate with no powers on his own. In fact, he's an ordinary human from a rural desert land mainly populated by people with lightning powers. His uses his mechs to shoot lightning instead, so that nobody has to worry that he makes the Intriguing Group lack ShockAndAwe and thus are missing out on an "element."
* GadgeteerGenius: The guy can built HumongousMecha single-handedly. Overnight. With more people to help and more time, they become the size of whole cities.
* PettingZooPeople: Not the man himself, but this generally describes most of the mecha he designs.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Nosfo the Dark]]

[[caption-width-right:250:It can be a cartoon about tanks! No, sea captains! No, sea captains that are these adorable living, human-sized tanks! And they ]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Quazzax Cut 618-Beta]]

[[caption-width-right:250:May the light guide you to the life.]]

The fifth and final person to set up a residence with Steve over the course of the story. A [[LivingStatue "Stashuu Being"]] from the Eastern Mountains that rushed down towards Brimcity to try to escape

* CreepyGood: Gray skin and glowing bl-- ''cyan'' eyes, along with a blank stare being her default expression. But she's one of the nicer members in the cast, and can't even bring herself to hurt a fly.

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!! BLOODSHOT and its Leader

[[folder:BLOODSHOT as a Whole]]

[[caption-width-right:250:The BLOODSHOT insignia, a "BK" standing for "Blood King." [[note]]They considered "BS," but it didn't work out for obvious reasons[[/note]] ]]

For millennia, the Badvillain family had been ruling over humanity in their floating city, always at least several generations of technology ahead of that in the world below. Their latest incarnation started when [parents' names], the previous leaders, were assassinated by Shineina Unfel in a mission to protect Brimcity from being blasted by a giant laser. Their older of two sons, Timothy "Timmy" Badvillain, became the leader of the next incarnation -- which he themed around blood and called BLOODSHOT (Timmy '''B'''advi'''L'''lain's super-c'''OO'''l villains that '''D'''ecided to '''SHO'''o'''T''' good do-ers -- [[GiverOfLameNames Timmy is not good with acronyms]])

* AssholeVictim: Every last one of them has murdered innocent people on-screen, and all of them show signs of just being not-too-pleasant to be around. As put just before the battle with Darkhorse:
-->There are some stories where the protagonist, upon killing a member of someone opposing them, are met with moral conflict, or even guilt over their actions. Murder over a party that may not have deserved it.\\
Sorry, but this is ''really'' not one of those stories. Fuck BLOODSHOT.
* ColorCodedCharacters: Just like the Intriguing Group, but with darker shades in general.
** Blood King: An ''exceptionally'' dark blood red.
** Darkhorse: Maroon (dark red)
** Xunter: Brown
** Coward's Mask: Olive (dark yellow)
** Tanker: Dark lime green
** Kenith: Forest green
** Hacksa: Jade green
** Evol-Fish: Teal
** Revealica: Cerulean
** Darkerhorse: Navy blue
** Mudvin: Indigo
** Witchita: Purple
** Master Master: Tyrian purple
** Earl: A variety of colors, but mostly settles on a similar tyrian as Master Master
** CD: Gray
* NoNameGiven: Some of the officers are some of the very few characters in the story whose names we don't fully know. Blood King, Earl, Darkhorse, Darkerhorse, CD, and Witchita are the only ones we know the last names of. Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, ''possibly'' Hacksa (we don't know if that's her birth name or not), Evol-Fish, Revealica, ''possibly'' Mudvin, and Master Master are '''all''' OnlyKnownByTheirNickname.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Timothy "Timmy" Badvillain/The Blood King]]

The current holder of the Badvillain throne, a man who believes that bloodier is scarier than just about anything else.

* AbusiveParents: He was the abusive older brother to Steve in the first thirteen years of the latter's life. Both of their parents were dead by then thanks to Shineina Unfel (who, to her credit, did not know at the time that they had a newborn son and felt immediate regret -- she tried to raise him as her own in the forest, but Timmy killed her before she had the chance), he -- in his thirties at the time -- raised Steve with [...]. Amazingly, ''their'' parents were supposedly pretty nice to Timmy while he was growing up, and even implied that they would break the tradition of killing their young for refusing to be evil. Timmy re-enstated that tradition with Steve.
* TheAgeless: Uses Badvillain magic to prevent himself from aging, and decides to extend that by making himself look like a 13 year-old at the cost of a single slap being able to kill him.
* {{Expy}}: He's a blend of "Naruto" of ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (believes he deserves to take over the world, "bashes" other people as "pricks" or "bitches" for looking at him wrong, tries to use a shitty FreudianExcuse, generally a TakeThat at overpowered harem fan fiction) and Creepypasta Sonic from ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' (obsession with red and blood, thinks of himself as scarier than everyone actually finds him, is really just kind of weak under everything else).
* FaceOfAnAngelMindOfADemon: After the time skip reveals that he pretty much de-aged himself and now looks 13 years old, it at first seems kind of hard to see him as anything other than an {{adorkable}} mild jerk, even if he's the leader of a massive criminal organization that has lived through the generations. As the chapters go by, it becomes a ''lot'' easier to hate him.
* GlassCannon: With his "Wheel." A single hit can cause him to explode in to blood, yet he has a device that lets him shove any powerful move at the opponent.
* HateSink: Nothing about this guy is intended to be particularly likeable. (His minions at least try to aim for being ''laughably'' evil rather than ''annoyingly'' evil.) He's a sexist, sadistic, abusive moron that can't even really win his own battles so much as he relies on an intentionally infuriatingly overpowered artifact his parents just handed to him.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Deconstructed with his "Make Shit Up as I go Along Wheel," which
* OneWingedAngel: In the finale, he turns in to a giant, grotesque skinless-looking being that contains an amalgamation of the previous twelve officers (but not CD or Earl). [[spoiler:Subverted as this is only a hologram. The real Blood King goes down in one hit. Witchita already served as the ''real'' final battle.]]
* SurroundedByIdiots: Inverted. Every single one of his officers and mooks is considerably smarter than he is,
* TomTheDarkLord: The BigBad of the entire story and he goes by Timmy.
* WouldHarmAChild: He would often hit Steve while raising him, and even tried to outright kill him as part of Badvillain proceedure for not wanting to be evil and continue the Badvillain antagonist line. He would have succeeded in killing him if not for the Unfel family saving him.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:His "fight" with the Intriguing Group in the finale just consists of him begging and Steve killing him in one slap.]]

[[/folder]]

!! The Twelve "Rainbow" Officers

[[folder:Darkhorse Skeltaur]]

[[caption-width-right:250:'''I AM DARKHORSE SKELTAUR. ''DESTROYYYYYYER'' OF ''LIIIIIGHT!''''']]

A large "skeltaur" (half-horse, half-''skeleton''-like centaur hybrid) that serves as one of Blood King's two personal butler figures, along with his older brother Darkerhorse.

* SmallRoleBigImpact: Only lasts 1/4th of a chapter's length, and is only seen in a handful of flashbacks.
* StarterVillain: An odd example in that he's this ''out of'' the BLOODSHOOT mooks, but not to the series in general -- that would be Inflatable Tube Guy, the first villain Steve ''actually'' bested.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: Because of the story's rule to kill off one officer per chapter and the first chapter not being an exception, he dies on his debut. And he doesn't even appear until about 3/4ths of the way down.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Xunter]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Target aquired...]]

* AnArmAndALeg: Diane breaks one arm in Chapter 2, and outright rips off the other. He actually ''loves'' that he gets a prosthetic arm to replace it (crafted by members of his own squad), since he thinks having a robotic arm adds to his "edgy badass" image.
* ShooOutTheClowns: The first shot of him back at the end of Chapter 1 implies that he's a sinister and serious character, but it's soon revealed that the guy is just one {{bathos}} after another thanks to being an edgy tryhard. [[spoiler:Naturally, he dies right before the "Apocalypse" happens through a full-power Witchita.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Coward's Mask]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Oh, hey. Don't mind me. Don't mind me at all...]]

* KnightOfCerebus: He's a kitten compared to Witchita, but the chapter where he serves as the main BLOODSHOT antagonist is easily the darkest chapter in the entire First Half, as it's based around fear and sets things up for a spinoff set in a world of infinite {{yandere}}s.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tanker]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Cute? Do you think THIS is "CUTE???!!"]]

* {{Expy}}: At first she looks a lot like [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Peridot,]] but her personality is much closer to that of [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Zapp Brannigan.]] With a HairTriggerTemper.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Manages to kill Jim. Fan even said that he tried to write the first chapter so that it would look an awful lot like he ranks above the future-Intriguing Group in terms of importance, and the latter were "just" comic relief roommates that only annoy Steve.]]
* OddNameOut: The only female officer with a last name that does not end in "A" (for Witchita, you'd have to ignore her last name; CD ''technically'' counts as it's short for "Citten Destructa," but you'd have to count her last name unlike Witchita), and the biggest {{tomboy}} of them. WordOfGod is that this is jus a huge coincidence.
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: She's a 14 year-old that smokes more than any of BLOODSHOT's other officers (or, indeed, any character in the story), has an obsession with leading military plans, is willing to kill innocent people just for money, and has a bigger swear-to-non-swear ratio than anyone else in the story. (Although Hammithan and the Blood King swear more than her overall, [[spoiler:helped by how they are in all thirteen chapters while Tanker dies in the second one.]])
* WakeUpCallBoss: While ultimately a tiny pebble compared to the later officers, she's still '''quite''' the kick to the groin to Steve. After dealing with the relatively easy Darkhorse, Tanker comes along and [[spoiler:kills Jim, then breaks Carlson's leg seconds later. She nearly would have killed Steve too if not for his hiding skills and how Tanker did not know what indicated the death of a Tree-warrior.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Kenith]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Want to breathe? Then PAY UP!]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hacksa]]

[[caption-width-right:250:You just don't get it, do you? As far as the records, computers, and even ordinary people are concerned, '''I am you''' now, and you are '''nothing.''']]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Evol-Fish]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now, if you will excuse me, I just caught too live ones: a sea-dweller and a vampire.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Revealica]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Proudly flaunting the most ''revealing'' outfit out of anybo-- what the ''FUCK'', cave woman?!]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Darkerhorse Skeltaur]]

[[caption-width-right:250:'''NO, I AM THE ''OBLITERATOR'' OF LIGHT! BIG DIFFERENCE!''']]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Mudvin]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now, this here is a game we like to call "Woodin'..." oh, Steve! You're from the South, right? You should know a thing or two about my kind...]]

* TheDragon: To Witchita, even though they technically never appear together on-screen except for flashbacks and Fan's concept art (there's a very good reason for this, though). Witchita becomes Blood King's Dragon late in the story, so in a way he's almost the Dragon's Dragon... but he's CoDragons with Revealica in the first half, while Witchita is still sealed in Hell.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Wears nothing but a thong-speedo and a cape at all times. FanDisservice considering his overweight and generally unattractive build.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Witchita Fells]]

[[caption-width-right:250:You are NOT gonna reject me again! Mock my words!]]

An extremely powerful demon, formerly human, that was considered too much of a threat to Hell, if not life in general. She was mostly sealed up within a prison in Hell, yet Mudvin -- a worshipper for those who did not read the above folder -- managed to somehow set up a communication link with the rest of BLOODSHOT. Through that link, she became a well-respected officer with her own mooks distinct from Mudvin's despite not even being able to show up there in-person. Eventually, she becomes summoned, and turns out to be BLOODSHOT's definitive trump card (surpassing even Revealica) and one of the last foes faced by the Intriguing Group. She's speculated in-universe to be the key to even beating the infinite Unitias.

Oh yeah, and she dated Steve in the past. Before she became a demon.

* TheDragon: Not that the Blood King sees her that way at first, but eventually it becomes clear that she is bar-none ''the'' most dangerous member of BLOODSHOT. [[spoiler:She's also the final officer to be confronted, having outlived the rest of the eleven -- including Blood King's personal favorite Darkerhorse.]]
* {{Expy}}:
** She's pretty much taken directly from Fan's "canned prototype" of ''361 Striking Degrees'', back when it was ''[[https://www.fictionpress.com/s/3226525/1/360-Degree-Duck 360 Degree Duck]]''. She was going to be TheRival to the main protagonist. Fan altered her design a little but ultimately didn't change much, not even her first name.
** When it comes to Fan's fan fiction, she's a dead ringer for an old idea of what would happen with [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Lucky and Debbie Grund.]] The latter would have been
** Her abilities were inspired by ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'' in general (the final level, with its purple metal asthetic) and Antasma specifically.
* {{Hypocrite}}: She wants to ensure that the world doesn't get dominated by the Unitias (okay, reasonable, they are a little unstable) because they are, in her words, "Creepy naked psycho-chicks." Witchita herself would soon skydive off the slippery slope and fit that description ''perfectly''.
* PunnyName: Her name is an extremely obvious corruption of "Wichita Falls" mixed in with "Witch." ''King of the Hill'' itself had an episode where Hank and Bobby went there, and Bobby started annoying Hank with his over-fondness from how different it is from Arlen. Also, "Fells" is a pretty ominous villain name considering the tree-themed hero.
* {{Yandere}}: To Steve. While

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Master Master]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now... who's up for another whipping? ;)]]

* BondageIsBad: GPF isn't trying to ''actually'' say this, but Master Master is the only real BDSM character of any note in the story and he's aligned with a group of CardCarryingVillains who made it explicitely, crystal clear that they value their own money and success over other peoples' lives. He ''is'' one of the nicer BLOODSHOT officers and one of the few who does not attack innocent civilians, but that does not change that he swears allegiance to utter pieces of shit like Blood King, Tanker, the hacking couple, Mudvin, and the Skeltaurs.
* OldMaster: Parodied, as he's a combination of this and a certain ''other'' kind of "Master." That's where his name comes from.

[[/folder]]

!! Other

[[folder:Earl Intubble]]

[[caption-width-right:250:IF YOU'RE IN TROUBLE... GET INTUBBLE!]]

* AnimeHair: Fan said he came up with his design by asking what if Saul Goodman was designed by a 13 year-old ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' fan. It shows.
* ConfusionFu: Loves doing this to everybody, especially Steve. He'd often
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: He's first seen through television with [[StylisticSuck an extremely shitty ad.]] When he shows up in person, he does everything he can to make sure Steve does ''not'' hire him, so he hounds Steve with a weird essay on why Steve needs to ''prove'' cannibalism is bad without resorting to circular reasoning, confusing the hell out of him.
* {{Expy}}: Dead ringer for the way [[Series/BreakingBad Saul]] [[Series/BetterCallSaul Goodman]] was portrayed in ''[=SBIGlets=]'', complete with his ability to teleport being disregarded as MundaneFantastic. The main difference is that, considering how closer this leans to BlackAndWhiteMoraliy than that ''[=SBIGlet=]'' or especially canon, Earl is an unambiguous CardCarryingVillain here (as the rest of BLOODSHOT are). He's even named Earl because Fan thought that, at times, Odenkirk's voice sounds like Jason Lee, so he named him after [[Series/MyNameIsEarl one of Lee's television roles.]]
* ShowsDamage: His suit changes color based on how close he is to death, starting purple at "full health" and going the whole spectrum until it's a royal fuschia when he's nearly dead. [[spoiler:It turns black after he's killed.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Citten [sic] "CD" Destruckta]]

[[caption-width-right:250:As long as I get a new album out, I don't give a shit.]]

* ButtMonkey:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Officer-Serving Mooks]]

[[/folder]]

----

BLOODSHOT are far from the only villains that

[[folder:In General]]

* MonsterOfTheWeek: With the sole exception of the Unitias and Bad Chef (and even so, the ''true'' Monster of the Week for Chapter 5 was Hugh, not ''as much'' the Unitias), these villains never really show up again. In contrast to BLOODSHOT, as all of them but Darkhorse appear in at least two chapters, they regularly interact, and Darkhorse makes up for his short screentime by being heavily tied with Blood King himself and having a similar brother that lasts ''much'' longer than he does.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Inflatable Tube Man]]

A professional bank robber infamous for coming up with really bizarre ways to rob banks. He robs a bank while Steve, Jim, and Carlson are all in it, pushing Steve once and for all in to full heroism rather than self-defense and setting forth the chain of events that would lead to the foundation of the Intriguing Group.

* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Oddly, like many elements of the first chapter, to some degree this trope was intentional (GPF already planned much of the story well ahead of time, down to smaller details like the B-plot villains, so it's not like this was the result of a drastically different idea). This guy is ''completely'' unlike any side villain or BLOODSHOT officer seen since: they usually have some sort of lengthy plot leading up to their encounter, in many cases it's a mini-mystery that spans a good chunk of the chapter. Since a good chunk of the ''first'' chapter is spent on Steve's backstory and WorldBuilding, this guy just kind of shows up out of nowhere in the middle of it. Most chapters also have the battle with the B-plot villain and the battle with the BLOODSHOT officer happening almost simultaneously, while this guy is killed before Darkhorse is even ''hinted'' at existing. Oh yeah, and no other villain has his sort of goofy, weird, "animate object"-type appearance like he does -- his resemblance to an inflatable is explained in that [...I actually got nothing for this right now.]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Even moreso than Darkhorse on both the "small role" and the "big impact" accounts. This guy gets even ''less'' screentime than Darkhorse, but he's ultimately the reason why Steve decides to take a much more active role in heroism and challenges BLOODSHOT directly, damming the consequences.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Spi-cat-der]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:(3)]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bad Chef]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Hugh Jass (and the Unitias]]

Hugh Jass is initially presented as the head writer and creator of hit (Canadian) {{ecchi}} series ''Infinite Ocean of Women'', which seems similar in premise to these mysterious nude women that show up and call themselves Unitias. It turns out that this is no coincidence or subliminal influence they have on mankind: Hugh found out about the Unitias and then wrote the series based on them. He was their obsession for the first five chapters of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and is proud of that status, yet he soon tries to take advantage of being able to "command" the endless army.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:(6)]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:(7)]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:(8, 9's is Bad Chef again so the next one would be for Chapter 10)]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Zeevih]]

A woman with ''very'' powerful, advanced mind control powers. She uses them to mainly manipulate her family, but also manipulates others to get what she wants. Notably, she's the only one of these villains who actually considers joining BLOODSHOT (most of them can't stand the Blood King's guts), which is especially tempting given their dwindling numbers.

* {{Expy}}: She's basically [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Vriska Serket]] crossed with a ''really'' fucking evil [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Mabel Pines.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: She's the final Villain of the Week faced, [[spoiler:as the following three chapters cover Witchita's "apocalypse" and only focus on BLOODSHOT to emphasize how deep the war had gone.]] She's a pretty grim one: holding her own family as hostage for years, [...] this is even reflected [[spoiler:when we see her in the afterlife, using her powers to fuck around with the previous eight villains before a demon takes her away to Hell.]]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Serves as one final reminder that just because they don't work for BLOODSHOT, the "misc" villains faced by the Intriguing Group are not "filler" villains. [[spoiler:''While in the afterlife,'' she manages to keep a hold on Poixer's mind and get him to turn himself, Hammithan, and Diane over to BLOODSHOT, which leads to Diane and Xunter's final battle, which leads to the apocalypse arc beginning.]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Epilogue Villains]]

[[/folder]]

----

Main characters/Humans:

For the characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]



[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking.

* BeingGoodSucks: Inverted. One of the reasons why he's so bored and annoyed most of the time is because he has ''way too easy of a time'' being good, as most of the villains ''he'' tries to fight end up being utter pushovers thanks to his overpowered boomerang.
* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff's comic he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing the entirety of a Unitia's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them, and at one point he does so on the same time. It's ''not'' because Earl's trolling him, either.
* ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere: Tried to give up the porn addiction he fell in to after his previous girlfriend threw him out and divorced him. He meets Stella in the first place by happening to glance at the (rather raunchy, for public or otherwise) magazine she was reading while waiting in the DMV, and her catching on to that and teasing him about it. Stella does not see her love for adult contact as an addiction (although Carlson thinks it is) and, after they've been dating, pretty much proudly displays it in their house. A while later, he meets the usually-topless Diane and Quazzax. And '''then''' the Unitias come in to throw gasoline on ''that'' fire...
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.
* WhenSheSmiles: For the bulk of the storys' timelines, he only really smiles when around his cat or around Stella. But when he does, he does.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a porn addict than he was.

* NightmareFetishist: A dangerous world full of endless immortal humanoids that are unpredictable and love seeing people as objects? That's kind of almost her ''fantasy.''

[[/folder]]

----

Champions [Might change some names so that they're not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps that you want to mess with than the normal wisps. They are the result of a wisp gaining a significant amount of power and ranking up a certain number of "kills." Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be the final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common to the Main Champions]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: Compared to both their ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Emazh In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's stated that the idea of this came from [=DeepWater=] looking back at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and several of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited to planets.)
* PrehensileTail [This might be Unitias in general]: Oddly, all of them except Origin [who might not be an exception] have a tail of some sort, and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes with their "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most of the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the characters are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being more dangerous) colors.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Poison]]

One of the endless commanders of the chemicals,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Meat]]

One of the endless commanders of the meat,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss [Might nuke this too]: The first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible to beat them without '''dying''' on the first try. Then Water comes in and forces you to master the art of managing your finite guard and

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Sound]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Soap]]

* MsFanservice: ''Even compared to the other Unitias.'' Given how [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are associated]] with baths,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Wind]]

* BlowYouAway:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Plant]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon and [Some name that starts with a "K"], she can also manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem to be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the several other groups that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages to hide as ''Carlson's reflection.''

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Earth]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

* DualBoss: With Fire,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels of the resident DualBoss and heard that the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region, one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it does not have some shape on the tip like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, and [=DeepWater=] made a conciencious effort in to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

[A lot of this shit is probably old...]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Unitias, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only definite key to getting Carlson and Stella back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently different if it's the grand leader. It's also stated to be different if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, that time they ''were'' in a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks while still summoning them and even ''more'' Champion Unitias that the couple previously had not faced.]]
* BerserkButton:
** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her to characters who kill using knives, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to some of the Champions until the topic of Carlson and Stella getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in the form of a giant; this is one of the many differences) to a planet-sized monstrocity with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of that and temporarily toned down her powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this, as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about Carlson's only hope to take her on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
* BrownNote [Might rework this and do a weaker version for Unitias in general]: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days) and explode after that time is up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the latter would happen even if they get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces between atomic particles" in really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* ChekhovsGun:
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=]. They're the head leaders of the entire thing and the de-facto BigBad of the story.
** ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was [=.GIFfany=]'s expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions, she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third and final) battle with Carlson is the only fight in the entire spinoff that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main, and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied that the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Ordinarily United's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism) and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* GreaterScopeVillain: She's somewhere between this and the [[HeroOfAnotherStory Villain of Another Story]] to SBIG. In OU, we get to ''see'' that story, which is where she gets "demoted" to "just" BigBad rank.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally ''does'' speak in front of him, that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF BEING "OWNED!"''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** [Holy SHIT, in case it wasn't obvious, that was written before I came up with making the Unitias hate panties. Uh... I'll have to change that. I DO like the idea of panties over shorts.] Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt and panties are so that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* MysteriousWatcher: Was this during the climax battle for the non-BLOODSHOT confrontation of Chapter 5, watching on as Hugh Jass takes on Carlson and half the Intriguing Group. The narrative makes it clear that she's an ''important'' Unitia, but the significance of it isn't elaborated upon until Chapter 6.
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe [I'm not sure if I should go through with it but I DO want an anti-BS "my character is so powerful they can just wish literally everyone else in fiction away" sort of "kill switch"]: Exaggerated; she's responsible for the Unitias being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* TheUnfought: In ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', the closest the Intriguing Group and Carlson get to fighting her even in the chapter focused on Unitias is her watching Steve, Carlson, Quazzax, and Diane taking on the creator of ''Infinite Ocean of Women'' (the previous "holder" of them).
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is a pitifully weak ]]

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Originally serving as the Monsters of the Week for Chapter 5 of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', the exceptional amount of foreshadowing they had compared to other chapterly-threats indicated that they would soon get their spinoff as the collective main antagonists. The Unitias are a group of infinite

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/10/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out]; change that "/10/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them, and
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far and pretty much disowned them.
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or certain angles being deemed "okay." WordOfGod is that he could just show the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing a man's penis (partly because there are no male Unitias, yet anyway).]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible.
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes in terms of power and being the "surreal near-naked/naked humanoids," with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}: It's practically their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind of teeters towards not being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.
* YouKillItYouBoughtIt: Kill their previous obsession, and either you or someone tied to you will be their next. Or they'll just run around covering the world until they finally get a "yes." Carlson learned this the hard way when Quazzax killed Hugh Jass, as they found no interest in her, Diane, or especially Steve, so they asked if Carlson would want to join. [[spoiler:Carlson manages to "leave" without getting killed by "killing" Origin, but he and Stella decide to stay as "friendly enemies" towards them as long as they have access back to Earth.]]

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[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.

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[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

The star of a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of the Berserker's path, where instead of trying to take over the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying to win over/date as many of them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics of everything themselves.

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Fun fact: 'Ordinarily United'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

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''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
* TheScrappy:
** Tambry and Manly Dan's subplot in the Second Half where they respectively assume roles of [[StrawMisogynist "edgelords"]] and [[StrawFeminist "man-haters"]] with their social media friend groups. Not necessarily because of their idiocy -- both were meant to be unsympathetic. It's because, in the already bloated (at just five chapters!) Second Half, their issues become a reoccuring element across '''three''' chapters, it becomes harder to read without wanting karma to kick their asses. Neither is a complete KarmaHoudini, but the subplot ends with both of them just having their groups turn against them after Wendy embarasses them and their plot ultimately doesn't amount to anything relevant, which is downright shocking considering Fan's obsession with ChekhovsGun[=s=] and the like.
** Of the professors, [[PlayingWithFire Burnda]] pretty much became one of the ''least'' popular despite Fan trying to push her as one of the more developed ones, for taking her previously-somewhat-tollerable (as it was only once per chapter at most back in ''run:gifocalypse'', RG had long chapters, and she spent most of that just making fun of the BigBad Risen) appearances in ''run:gifocalyse'' and {{Flanderizing}} her "meta" gimmick so that she's openly breaking the fourth wall just to mess with people. Fan feared this would happen, so by Chapter 8 he has '''Dian''', [[ExtremeDoormat of all professors,]] call her out as being a little annoying. In ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', she's considerably nicer than her ''SBIG'' self and less of an overbearing white knight to Burrda than her RG self (although that ''was'' her main flaw), and has a much more developed friendship with Ford after the Lightning Cultist's death. Her expy in ''Emazh In'', Lhaurflame, is '''far''' more flawed and gets called out ''way'' more often than Burnda did, to avoid making her feel like too much of a Sue.
** Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil, not in the HateSink sense but just because she's a bland and uninspired Anti-Spiral ripoff that doesn't have that same ParodySue "magic" that Nzyvo had (Nzyvo being so much of an over-the-top, overpowered asshole in the First Half that it successfully wrapped around to being funny. With Mable, she just threw the same thing at the group three chapters in a row: four robots that are "EvilCounterparts" to the "sixteen main characters"). Canon-Mabel fans can't stand how much of a blatant criticism she is of Mabel's canonical character (although this is addressed through the Mabel here ''not'' being demonized, but rather learning to mature and make up for her flaws) and people who don't like Mabel are overall just bitter about this stealing screentime away from any character who isn't [[SpotlightStealingSquad Soos or having sex with Soos.]]

I think it can ''roughly'' be compared to... uh, the rules of ''Series/PushingDasies''? I "touch" (re: write about) a dead character, bringing them back to life, but unlike how it's really common for FixFics to try to keep loads of characters alive, I tend to kill someone else "in their place" in what's roughly a 1:1 ratio (but not always). Oh yeah, and when I kill a character ("second touch,") they tend to almost always either stay fucking dead or it's made very obvious that they'll be revived like five seconds later. That latter rule also applies to my original stories. So yes, admittedly, things like ''Steve Badvillain Intriguing Group'' don't just kill them off left and right: I can't "brag" about "Oh, I killed the main charater ''five times'' (but he ultimately survived to the end)" as Steve never dies once, ''but'' I did set up Jim as his friend throughout the first chapter and then suddenly nuke him at the beginning of the second thanks to Tanker.
* ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (''Hellsing'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Rip and technically the Captain survive; Alucard, Integra, and Pip die (2:3).]]
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' (both versions, roughly) (''Homestuck'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Nepeta(x13 counting the blood swaps) and Meulin survive; hoo boy... Rose, Dave, Roxy, Dirk, Aradia, Sollux, Karkat, Kanaya, Terezi, Vriska, and Gamzee at the very least all die... counting the Nepeta blood swaps, this is 14:11. Surprisingly pretty close. (I'm not counting Davepetasprite as a revive, but if we're doing sprites that don't explode: add Tavros, AR, and Equius to the characters that die here yet survived canon; remove all Nepetas and technically that ratio is 1:14 (Meulin is the 1).)]]
* ''Breaking Bad Presents: AMC's the Walking Meth'' (''Breaking Bad'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Jane and Andrea survive; Skyler, Badger, and Saul get killed (2:3)]]

Also, Hank Hill actually has yet to survive a single ''SBIG'' installment, and ''Housestuck: The Split'' is just about his last major chance (but there's always ''[=SBIGlets=]'').

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''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
* TheScrappy:
** Tambry and Manly Dan's subplot in the Second Half where they respectively assume roles of [[StrawMisogynist "edgelords"]] and [[StrawFeminist "man-haters"]] with their social media friend groups. Not necessarily because of their idiocy -- both were meant to be unsympathetic. It's because, in the already bloated (at just five chapters!) Second Half, their issues become a reoccuring element across '''three''' chapters, it becomes harder to read without wanting karma to kick their asses. Neither is a complete KarmaHoudini, but the subplot ends with both of them just having their groups turn against them after Wendy embarasses them and their plot ultimately doesn't amount to anything relevant, which is downright shocking considering Fan's obsession with ChekhovsGun[=s=] and the like.
** Of the professors, [[PlayingWithFire Burnda]] pretty much became one of the ''least'' popular despite Fan trying to push her as one of the more developed ones, for taking her previously-somewhat-tollerable (as it was only once per chapter at most back in ''run:gifocalypse'', RG had long chapters, and she spent most of that just making fun of the BigBad Risen) appearances in ''run:gifocalyse'' and {{Flanderizing}} her "meta" gimmick so that she's openly breaking the fourth wall just to mess with people. Fan feared this would happen, so by Chapter 8 he has '''Dian''', [[ExtremeDoormat of all professors,]] call her out as being a little annoying. In ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', she's considerably nicer than her ''SBIG'' self and less of an overbearing white knight to Burrda than her RG self (although that ''was'' her main flaw), and has a much more developed friendship with Ford after the Lightning Cultist's death. Her expy in ''Emazh In'', Lhaurflame, is '''far''' more flawed and gets called out ''way'' more often than Burnda did, to avoid making her feel like too much of a Sue.
** Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil, not in the HateSink sense but just because she's a bland and uninspired Anti-Spiral ripoff that doesn't have that same ParodySue "magic" that Nzyvo had (Nzyvo being so much of an over-the-top, overpowered asshole in the First Half that it successfully wrapped around to being funny. With Mable, she just threw the same thing at the group three chapters in a row: four robots that are "EvilCounterparts" to the "sixteen main characters"). Canon-Mabel fans can't stand how much of a blatant criticism she is of Mabel's canonical character (although this is addressed through the Mabel here ''not'' being demonized, but rather learning to mature and make up for her flaws) and people who don't like Mabel are overall just bitter about this stealing screentime away from any character who isn't [[SpotlightStealingSquad Soos or having sex with Soos.]]

I think it can ''roughly'' be compared to... uh, the rules of ''Series/PushingDasies''? I "touch" (re: write about) a dead character, bringing them back to life, but unlike how it's really common for FixFics to try to keep loads of characters alive, I tend to kill someone else "in their place" in what's roughly a 1:1 ratio (but not always). Oh yeah, and when I kill a character ("second touch,") they tend to almost always either stay fucking dead or it's made very obvious that they'll be revived like five seconds later. That latter rule also applies to my original stories. So yes, admittedly, things like ''Steve Badvillain Intriguing Group'' don't just kill them off left and right: I can't "brag" about "Oh, I killed the main charater ''five times'' (but he ultimately survived to the end)" as Steve never dies once, ''but'' I did set up Jim as his friend throughout the first chapter and then suddenly nuke him at the beginning of the second thanks to Tanker.
* ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (''Hellsing'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Rip and technically the Captain survive; Alucard, Integra, and Pip die (2:3).]]
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' (both versions, roughly) (''Homestuck'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Nepeta(x13 counting the blood swaps) and Meulin survive; hoo boy... Rose, Dave, Roxy, Dirk, Aradia, Sollux, Karkat, Kanaya, Terezi, Vriska, and Gamzee at the very least all die... counting the Nepeta blood swaps, this is 14:11. Surprisingly pretty close. (I'm not counting Davepetasprite as a revive, but if we're doing sprites that don't explode: add Tavros, AR, and Equius to the characters that die here yet survived canon; remove all Nepetas and technically that ratio is 1:14 (Meulin is the 1).)]]
* ''Breaking Bad Presents: AMC's the Walking Meth'' (''Breaking Bad'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Jane and Andrea survive; Skyler, Badger, and Saul get killed (2:3)]]

Also, Hank Hill actually has yet to survive a single ''SBIG'' installment, and ''Housestuck: The Split'' is just about his last major chance (but there's always ''[=SBIGlets=]'').
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** Miscellaneous threats of the week not affiliated with BLOODSHOT (For the Unitias, see the ''Ordinarily United'' page)[[note]]Inflatable Man, Spi-cat-der, [[/note]]

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** Miscellaneous threats of the week not affiliated with BLOODSHOT (For the Unitias, see the ''Ordinarily United'' page)[[note]]Inflatable Man, Spi-cat-der, [[/note]][Chapter 3], Bad Chef, Hugh Jass, [...] Zeevih[[/note]]



Steve Badvillain (more on him below) is part of the Southern Forest, which strongly believes in setting up communities of rented homes along with the Treemaster's main house. Taking inspiration from his friend and older brother-figure Jim, Steve decided to not be picky about replacement treemates after his previous group of easy-going people from Brimcity all left, and -- through a series of frustration-based actions -- ending up accepting all of the next five people to his home.



* AMinorKidtroduction: The first quarter of Chapter 1 is about his life as a kid, leading up to his thirteenth birthday when Timmy slaps him off of Badvillain City.

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* AMinorKidtroduction: TheHeart: He ''hates'' being this at first, but he ''is'' ultimately the reason why the other five would even so much as speak to each-other, let alone band up and become heroes instead of lounging, arrogant {{jerkass}}es.
* AMinorKidroduction:
The first quarter of Chapter 1 is about his life as a kid, leading up to his thirteenth birthday when Timmy slaps him off of Badvillain City.City. We briefly cover his early training, and after that we go to thirty years later.



* WalkingShirtlessScene: Most of the people in the Southern Forest who have "perfected" being Treemasters are this, as their uniform -- male or female -- is just a three-leaf "loincloth" and some WarPaint.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: Most of the people in the Southern Forest who have "perfected" being Treemasters are this, as their uniform -- male or female -- is just a three-leaf "loincloth" and some WarPaint.
FacialMarkings and other "forest paint" on his body.



** It never happens in-story, but side bonuses reveal that she has a '''''high vehement hatred''''' for being forced in to outfits she doesn't like, and ''god fucking help you'' if the person doing this was someone she was already trying to kill. It's not as bad the Unitia's hatred of clothing, but it's really close. Thought she would be subjected to "moe cosplay fanservice?" No. Instead, you'll get DeathGlare[=s=] followed by, if said reason involves villains, a lot blood shed.
* CountryMatters: Calls Tanker this at the end of Chapter 2 just after killing her. Given that Tanker had, less than a minute ago, mowed down completely innocent civilians with her tank ''on purpose'' just to spite the Intriguing Group, it's not like she wasn't doing anything bad.



* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Manages to have ''two'': one of her overall personality/how she is in regards to the other heroes, and one for her badassery/how she is in regards to villains.
** In her introduction, she manages to somehow sneak up on Steve despite also carrying around a huge amount of luggage and her red-and-tan color scheme sticking out in sharp contrast to the green-and-brown forest around her, making it hard for her to really blend in. This requires giving it some thought, but she's first seen by the border of Brimcity and the Southern Forest picking up a tab advertizing Steve's living community, then Poixer takes a tab and immediately whips out his phone. By the time Steve answers, Diane is ''already'' there, complete with her things, which may seem like an oversight, but it's hinting at her SuperSpeed. It becomes more obvious when Diane manages to pack her luggage away in her new home and lights a fire in the fireplace in the short span it takes Steve to finish his phone call with Poixer.
**



* MsFanservice: The heroic example. Starting from Chapter 4, she just about permanently goes around with her breasts completely exposed -- no GodivaHair, no BarbieDollAnatomy. And she takes off her top several times in the chapters prior. That aside, it's not like she wears anything otherwise, and has both a large bust and butt.
* FeedItFire: Anything with high temperatures makes her stronger. It's common knowledge about her race, but Xunter had to be reminded of that the hard way.



* StuffBlowingUp: Her physical attacks, when not holding back, can blow giant, feiry holes thing things.



A 29 year-old scientist from the islands to the north that enjoys training his pet sea monsters.

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A 29 year-old scientist from the islands to the north that enjoys training his pet sea monsters.
monsters. Desperate to find a place he can afford after his last roommate moved out with his girlfriend, he turns to the forst communities and found Steve's place.



The fifth and final person to set up a residence with Steve over the course of the story. A [[LivingStatue "Stashuu Being"]] from the Eastern Mountains that rushed down towards Brimcity to try to escape

* CreepyGood: Gray skin and glowing bl-- ''cyan'' eyes, along with a blank stare being her default expression. But she's one of the nicer members in the cast, and can't even bring herself to hurt a fly.



* AssholeVictim: Every last one of them has murdered innocent people on-screen, and all of them show signs of just being not-too-pleasant to be around. As put just before the battle with Darkhorse:
-->There are some stories where the protagonist, upon killing a member of someone opposing them, are met with moral conflict, or even guilt over their actions. Murder over a party that may not have deserved it.\\
Sorry, but this is ''really'' not one of those stories. Fuck BLOODSHOT.



**

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** Blood King: An ''exceptionally'' dark blood red.
** Darkhorse: Maroon (dark red)
** Xunter: Brown
** Coward's Mask: Olive (dark yellow)
** Tanker: Dark lime green
** Kenith: Forest green
** Hacksa: Jade green
** Evol-Fish: Teal
** Revealica: Cerulean
** Darkerhorse: Navy blue
** Mudvin: Indigo
** Witchita: Purple
** Master Master: Tyrian purple
** Earl: A variety of colors, but mostly settles on a similar tyrian as Master Master
** CD: Gray



* TheAgeless: Uses Badvillain magic to prevent himself from aging, and decides to extend that by making himself look like a 13 year-old at the cost of a single slap being able to kill him.



* FaceOfAnAngelMindOfADemon: After the time skip reveals that he pretty much de-aged himself and now looks 13 years old, it at first seems kind of hard to see him as anything other than an {{adorkable}} mild jerk, even if he's the leader of a massive criminal organization that has lived through the generations. As the chapters go by, it becomes a ''lot'' easier to hate him.
* GlassCannon: With his "Wheel." A single hit can cause him to explode in to blood, yet he has a device that lets him shove any powerful move at the opponent.



* OneWingedAngel: In the finale, he turns in to a giant, grotesque [[spoiler:Subverted as this is only a hologram. The real Blood King goes down in one hit. Witchita already served as the ''real'' final battle.]]

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* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Deconstructed with his "Make Shit Up as I go Along Wheel," which
* OneWingedAngel: In the finale, he turns in to a giant, grotesque skinless-looking being that contains an amalgamation of the previous twelve officers (but not CD or Earl). [[spoiler:Subverted as this is only a hologram. The real Blood King goes down in one hit. Witchita already served as the ''real'' final battle.]]



* WouldHarmAChild: He would often hit Steve while raising him, and even tried to outright kill him as part of Badvillain proceedure for not wanting to be evil and continue the Badvillain antagonist line.

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* WouldHarmAChild: He would often hit Steve while raising him, and even tried to outright kill him as part of Badvillain proceedure for not wanting to be evil and continue the Badvillain antagonist line. He would have succeeded in killing him if not for the Unfel family saving him.



A large "skeltaur" (half-horse, half-''skeleton''-like centaur hybrid) that serves as one of Blood King's two personal butler figures, along with his older brother Darkerhorse.

* SmallRoleBigImpact: Only lasts 1/4th of a chapter's length, and is only seen in a handful of flashbacks.
* StarterVillain: An odd example in that he's this ''out of'' the BLOODSHOOT mooks, but not to the series in general -- that would be Inflatable Tube Guy, the first villain Steve ''actually'' bested.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: Because of the story's rule to kill off one officer per chapter and the first chapter not being an exception, he dies on his debut. And he doesn't even appear until about 3/4ths of the way down.



* AnArmAndALeg: Diane breaks one arm in Chapter 2, and outright rips off the other. He actually ''loves'' that he gets a prosthetic arm to replace it (crafted by members of his own squad), since he thinks having a robotic arm adds to his "edgy badass" image.
* ShooOutTheClowns: The first shot of him back at the end of Chapter 1 implies that he's a sinister and serious character, but it's soon revealed that the guy is just one {{bathos}} after another thanks to being an edgy tryhard. [[spoiler:Naturally, he dies right before the "Apocalypse" happens through a full-power Witchita.]]



* KnightOfCerebus: He's a kitten compared to Witchita, but the chapter where he serves as the main BLOODSHOT antagonist is easily the darkest chapter in the entire First Half, as it's based around fear and sets things up for a spinoff set in a world of infinite {{yandere}}s.



* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Manages to kill Jim. Fan even said that he tried to write the first chapter so that it would look an awful lot like he ranks above the future-Intriguing Group in terms of importance, and the latter were "just" comic relief roommates that only annoy Steve.]]
* OddNameOut: The only female officer with a last name that does not end in "A" (for Witchita, you'd have to ignore her last name; CD ''technically'' counts as it's short for "Citten Destructa," but you'd have to count her last name unlike Witchita), and the biggest {{tomboy}} of them. WordOfGod is that this is jus a huge coincidence.



Main characters/Humans:

For the characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]



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Main characters/Humans:

For
BLOODSHOT are far from the characters only villains that

[[folder:In General]]

* MonsterOfTheWeek: With the sole exception of the Unitias and Bad Chef (and even so, the ''true'' Monster of the Week for Chapter 5 was Hugh, not ''as much'' the Unitias), these villains never really show up again. In contrast to BLOODSHOT, as all of them but Darkhorse appear in at least two chapters, they regularly interact, and Darkhorse makes up for his short screentime by being heavily tied with Blood King himself and having a similar brother
that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]


lasts ''much'' longer than he does.



[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible that he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a half.

* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing Prime's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on the SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa from Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.

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[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous
[[folder:Inflatable Tube Man]]

A professional bank robber infamous
for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] coming up with one really bizarre ways to rob banks. He robs a bank while Steve, Jim, and Carlson are all in it, pushing Steve once and for all in to full heroism rather than self-defense and setting forth the chain of events that would lead to the foundation of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible that he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a half.

Intriguing Group.

* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning
EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Oddly, like many elements of the spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing Prime's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless first chapter, to some degree this trope was intentional (GPF already planned much of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' story well ahead of him. (Or shown from time, down to smaller details like the back.)
** He had
B-plot villains, so it's not like this was the result of a bad history drastically different idea). This guy is ''completely'' unlike any side villain or BLOODSHOT officer seen since: they usually have some sort of lengthy plot leading up to their encounter, in many cases it's a mini-mystery that spans a good chunk of the chapter. Since a good chunk of the ''first'' chapter is spent on Steve's backstory and WorldBuilding, this guy just kind of shows up out of nowhere in the middle of it. Most chapters also have the battle with a former friend back the B-plot villain and the battle with the BLOODSHOT officer happening almost simultaneously, while this guy is killed before Darkhorse is even ''hinted'' at existing. Oh yeah, and no other villain has his sort of goofy, weird, "animate object"-type appearance like he does -- his resemblance to an inflatable is explained in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so [...I actually got nothing for this right now.]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Even moreso than Darkhorse on both the "small role" and the "big impact" accounts. This guy gets even ''less'' screentime than Darkhorse, but
he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on
ultimately the SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa from Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying
reason why Steve decides to take on a much more active role in heroism and challenges BLOODSHOT directly, damming the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.
consequences.



[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a

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[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a
[[folder:Spi-cat-der]]



----

Champions [Might change some names so that they're not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps that you want to mess with than the normal wisps. They are the result of a wisp gaining a significant amount of power and ranking up a certain number of "kills." Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be the final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common to the Main Champions]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: Compared to both their ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Emazh In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's stated that the idea of this came from Water looking back at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and several of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited to planets.)
* PrehensileTail: Oddly, all of them except Origin have a tail of some sort, and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes with their "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most of the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the characters are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being more dangerous) colors.

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----

Champions [Might change some names so that they're not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps that you want to mess with than the normal wisps. They are the result of a wisp gaining a significant amount of power and ranking up a certain number of "kills." Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be the final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common to the Main Champions]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: Compared to both their ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Emazh In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's stated that the idea of this came from Water looking back at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and several of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited to planets.)
* PrehensileTail: Oddly, all of them except Origin have a tail of some sort, and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes with their "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most of the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the characters are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being more dangerous) colors.
[[folder:(3)]]



[[folder:Unitia Poison]]

One of the endless commanders of the chemicals,

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[[folder:Unitia Poison]]

One of the endless commanders of the chemicals,
[[folder:Bad Chef]]



[[folder:Unitia Meat]]

One of the endless commanders of the meat,

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[[folder:Unitia Meat]]

One
[[folder:Hugh Jass (and the Unitias]]

Hugh Jass is initially presented as the head writer and creator
of hit (Canadian) {{ecchi}} series ''Infinite Ocean of Women'', which seems similar in premise to these mysterious nude women that show up and call themselves Unitias. It turns out that this is no coincidence or subliminal influence they have on mankind: Hugh found out about the Unitias and then wrote the series based on them. He was their obsession for the first five chapters of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and is proud of that status, yet he soon tries to take advantage of being able to "command" the endless commanders of the meat,
army.



[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss: The first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible to beat them without '''dying''' on the first try. Then Water comes in and forces you to master the art of managing your finite guard and

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[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss: The first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible to beat them without '''dying''' on the first try. Then Water comes in and forces you to master the art of managing your finite guard and
[[folder:(6)]]



[[folder:Unitia Sound]]

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[[folder:Unitia Sound]]
[[folder:(7)]]



[[folder:Unitia Soap]]

* MsFanservice: ''Even compared to the other Unitias.'' Given how [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are associated]] with baths,

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[[folder:Unitia Soap]]

* MsFanservice: ''Even compared to
[[folder:(8, 9's is Bad Chef again so the other Unitias.'' Given how [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are associated]] with baths,
next one would be for Chapter 10)]]



[[folder:Unitia Wind]]

* BlowYouAway:

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[[folder:Unitia Wind]]

[[folder:Zeevih]]

A woman with ''very'' powerful, advanced mind control powers. She uses them to mainly manipulate her family, but also manipulates others to get what she wants. Notably, she's the only one of these villains who actually considers joining BLOODSHOT (most of them can't stand the Blood King's guts), which is especially tempting given their dwindling numbers.

* BlowYouAway:
{{Expy}}: She's basically [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Vriska Serket]] crossed with a ''really'' fucking evil [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Mabel Pines.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: She's the final Villain of the Week faced, [[spoiler:as the following three chapters cover Witchita's "apocalypse" and only focus on BLOODSHOT to emphasize how deep the war had gone.]] She's a pretty grim one: holding her own family as hostage for years, [...] this is even reflected [[spoiler:when we see her in the afterlife, using her powers to fuck around with the previous eight villains before a demon takes her away to Hell.]]
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Serves as one final reminder that just because they don't work for BLOODSHOT, the "misc" villains faced by the Intriguing Group are not "filler" villains. [[spoiler:''While in the afterlife,'' she manages to keep a hold on Poixer's mind and get him to turn himself, Hammithan, and Diane over to BLOODSHOT, which leads to Diane and Xunter's final battle, which leads to the apocalypse arc beginning.]]



[[folder:Unitia Plant]]

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[[folder:Unitia Plant]]
[[folder:Epilogue Villains]]



[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon and [Some name that starts with a "K"], she can also manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem to be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the several other groups that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages to hide as ''Carlson's reflection.''

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[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon and [Some name
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Main characters/Humans:

For the characters
that starts with a "K"], she can also manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem to be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the several other groups
feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages to hide as ''Carlson's reflection.''
trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]





[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]

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[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]
[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking.

* BeingGoodSucks: Inverted. One of the reasons why he's so bored and annoyed most of the time is because he has ''way too easy of a time'' being good, as most of the villains ''he'' tries to fight end up being utter pushovers thanks to his overpowered boomerang.
* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff's comic he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing the entirety of a Unitia's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them, and at one point he does so on the same time. It's ''not'' because Earl's trolling him, either.
* ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere: Tried to give up the porn addiction he fell in to after his previous girlfriend threw him out and divorced him. He meets Stella in the first place by happening to glance at the (rather raunchy, for public or otherwise) magazine she was reading while waiting in the DMV, and her catching on to that and teasing him about it. Stella does not see her love for adult contact as an addiction (although Carlson thinks it is) and, after they've been dating, pretty much proudly displays it in their house. A while later, he meets the usually-topless Diane and Quazzax. And '''then''' the Unitias come in to throw gasoline on ''that'' fire...
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.
* WhenSheSmiles: For the bulk of the storys' timelines, he only really smiles when around his cat or around Stella. But when he does, he does.



[[folder:Unitia Earth]]

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[[folder:Unitia Earth]]
[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a porn addict than he was.

* NightmareFetishist: A dangerous world full of endless immortal humanoids that are unpredictable and love seeing people as objects? That's kind of almost her ''fantasy.''



[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,

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[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

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Champions [Might change some names so that they're not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps that you want to mess with than the normal wisps. They are the result of a wisp gaining a significant amount of power and ranking up a certain number of "kills." Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be the final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common to the Main Champions]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,
AdaptationalVillainy: Compared to both their ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Emazh In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's stated that the idea of this came from [=DeepWater=] looking back at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and several of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited to planets.)
* PrehensileTail [This might be Unitias in general]: Oddly, all of them except Origin [who might not be an exception] have a tail of some sort, and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes with their "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most of the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the characters are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being more dangerous) colors.



[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

* DualBoss:

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[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

* DualBoss:
Poison]]

One of the endless commanders of the chemicals,



[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels of the resident DualBoss and heard that the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region, one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.

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[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels
Meat]]

One
of the resident DualBoss and heard that endless commanders of the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region, one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.
meat,



[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it does not have some shape on the tip like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, and Water made a conciencious effort in to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?

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[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying
[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss [Might nuke this too]: The first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible
to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it does not have some shape
beat them without '''dying''' on the tip like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, and
first try. Then Water made a conciencious effort comes in and forces you to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being
master the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block
art of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?
managing your finite guard and



[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

[A lot of this shit is probably old...]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Wisps, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only key to getting Carlson back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently different if it's the grand leader. It's also stated to be different if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, that time they ''were'' in a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks ]]
* BerserkButton:
** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her to characters who kill using knives, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to Prime until the topic of Carlson getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in the form of a giant; this is one of the many differences) to a planet-sized monstrocity with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of that and temporarily toned down her powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this, as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about Carlson's only hope to take her on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
* BrownNote: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days) and explode after that time is up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the latter would happen even if they get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces between atomic particles" in really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=].
** ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was [=.GIFfany=]'s expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions bar [[TokenGoodTeammate Prime]], she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third and final) battle with Carlson is the only fight in the entire story that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main, and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied that the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Ordinarily United's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism) and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally ''does'' speak in front of him, that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF ''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt and panties are so that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe: Exaggerated; she's responsible for the Unitias being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is a pitifully weak ]]

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[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

[A lot of this shit is probably old...]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Wisps, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only key to getting Carlson back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently different if it's the grand leader. It's also stated to be different if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, that time they ''were'' in a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks ]]
* BerserkButton:
** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her to characters who kill using knives, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to Prime until the topic of Carlson getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in the form of a giant; this is one of the many differences) to a planet-sized monstrocity with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of that and temporarily toned down her powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this, as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about Carlson's only hope to take her on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
* BrownNote: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days) and explode after that time is up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the latter would happen even if they get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces between atomic particles" in really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=].
** ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was [=.GIFfany=]'s expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions bar [[TokenGoodTeammate Prime]], she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third and final) battle with Carlson is the only fight in the entire story that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main, and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied that the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Ordinarily United's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism) and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally ''does'' speak in front of him, that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF ''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt and panties are so that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe: Exaggerated; she's responsible for the Unitias being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is a pitifully weak ]]
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[[folder:Other Unitias/Unitias (Including Champions) in General]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/9/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out]; change that "/9/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them,
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or certain angles being deemed "okay." WordOfGod is that he could just show the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing Carlson's penis.]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race (although this is just according to Origin, it's hypothetical and impossible to test within SBIG's rules).
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes, with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color. Prime is a dark gray/black, similar to Maria from Water's ''Emazh In''.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}: It's practically their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind of teeters towards not being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.

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[[folder:Other Unitias/Unitias (Including Champions) in General]]

[[folder:Unitia Soap]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants MsFanservice: ''Even compared to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.
the other Unitias.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/9/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out]; change that "/9/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them,
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering
Given how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or certain angles being deemed "okay." WordOfGod is that he could just show the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing Carlson's penis.]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator
[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies
hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race (although this is just according to Origin, it's hypothetical and impossible to test within SBIG's rules).
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes,
associated]] with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color. Prime is a dark gray/black, similar to Maria from Water's ''Emazh In''.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}: It's practically their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind of teeters towards not being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.
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Other Wisps:

[[folder:Unitia Eve]]

[Might put this Eve somewhere else. Originally she was going to be the main character of a story called ''A Slash of Mortality'', but I scrapped that after realizing that the plot was way too similar to ''Gurren Lagann''[='=]s in terms of the villains and the general events.]

An extremely energetic, but kind of out-there, fighter with a bizarre fixation on swords and inventing vehicles. She's one of the few Unitias who doesn't want to keep Carlson locked up forever as her personal object, and as such she's considered an ally.

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Other Wisps:

[[folder:Unitia Eve]]

[Might put this Eve somewhere else. Originally she was going to be the main character of a story called ''A Slash of Mortality'', but I scrapped that after realizing that the plot was way too similar to ''Gurren Lagann''[='=]s in terms of the villains and the general events.]

An extremely energetic, but kind of out-there, fighter with a bizarre fixation on swords and inventing vehicles. She's one of the few Unitias who doesn't want to keep Carlson locked up forever as her personal object, and as such she's considered an ally.
Wind]]

* BlowYouAway:



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[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.

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[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.
[[folder:Unitia Plant]]



[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

The star of a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of the Berserker's path, where instead of trying to take over the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying to win over/date as many of them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics of everything themselves.

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[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

The star of
[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon and [Some name that starts with
a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of "K"], she can also manipulate the Berserker's path, where instead of trying electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem
to take over be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying several other groups that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages
to win over/date hide as many of them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics of everything themselves.
''Carlson's reflection.''



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Fun fact: 'Ordinarily United'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

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Fun fact: 'Ordinarily United'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)
[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]



[[folder:Unitia Earth]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

* DualBoss: With Fire,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels of the resident DualBoss and heard that the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region, one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.

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[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it does not have some shape on the tip like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, and [=DeepWater=] made a conciencious effort in to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?

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[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

[A lot of this shit is probably old...]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Unitias, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only definite key to getting Carlson and Stella back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently different if it's the grand leader. It's also stated to be different if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, that time they ''were'' in a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks while still summoning them and even ''more'' Champion Unitias that the couple previously had not faced.]]
* BerserkButton:
** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her to characters who kill using knives, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to some of the Champions until the topic of Carlson and Stella getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in the form of a giant; this is one of the many differences) to a planet-sized monstrocity with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of that and temporarily toned down her powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this, as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about Carlson's only hope to take her on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
* BrownNote [Might rework this and do a weaker version for Unitias in general]: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days) and explode after that time is up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the latter would happen even if they get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces between atomic particles" in really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* ChekhovsGun:
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=]. They're the head leaders of the entire thing and the de-facto BigBad of the story.
** ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was [=.GIFfany=]'s expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions, she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third and final) battle with Carlson is the only fight in the entire spinoff that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main, and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied that the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Ordinarily United's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism) and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* GreaterScopeVillain: She's somewhere between this and the [[HeroOfAnotherStory Villain of Another Story]] to SBIG. In OU, we get to ''see'' that story, which is where she gets "demoted" to "just" BigBad rank.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally ''does'' speak in front of him, that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF BEING "OWNED!"''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** [Holy SHIT, in case it wasn't obvious, that was written before I came up with making the Unitias hate panties. Uh... I'll have to change that. I DO like the idea of panties over shorts.] Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt and panties are so that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* MysteriousWatcher: Was this during the climax battle for the non-BLOODSHOT confrontation of Chapter 5, watching on as Hugh Jass takes on Carlson and half the Intriguing Group. The narrative makes it clear that she's an ''important'' Unitia, but the significance of it isn't elaborated upon until Chapter 6.
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe [I'm not sure if I should go through with it but I DO want an anti-BS "my character is so powerful they can just wish literally everyone else in fiction away" sort of "kill switch"]: Exaggerated; she's responsible for the Unitias being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* TheUnfought: In ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', the closest the Intriguing Group and Carlson get to fighting her even in the chapter focused on Unitias is her watching Steve, Carlson, Quazzax, and Diane taking on the creator of ''Infinite Ocean of Women'' (the previous "holder" of them).
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is a pitifully weak ]]

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[[folder:Other Unitias/Unitias (Including Champions) in General]]

Originally serving as the Monsters of the Week for Chapter 5 of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', the exceptional amount of foreshadowing they had compared to other chapterly-threats indicated that they would soon get their spinoff as the collective main antagonists. The Unitias are a group of infinite

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/10/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out]; change that "/10/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them, and
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far and pretty much disowned them.
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or certain angles being deemed "okay." WordOfGod is that he could just show the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing a man's penis (partly because there are no male Unitias, yet anyway).]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible.
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes in terms of power and being the "surreal near-naked/naked humanoids," with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}: It's practically their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind of teeters towards not being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.
* YouKillItYouBoughtIt: Kill their previous obsession, and either you or someone tied to you will be their next. Or they'll just run around covering the world until they finally get a "yes." Carlson learned this the hard way when Quazzax killed Hugh Jass, as they found no interest in her, Diane, or especially Steve, so they asked if Carlson would want to join. [[spoiler:Carlson manages to "leave" without getting killed by "killing" Origin, but he and Stella decide to stay as "friendly enemies" towards them as long as they have access back to Earth.]]

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Other "Playable Characters:" (Probably won't happen)

[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.

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[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

The star of a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of the Berserker's path, where instead of trying to take over the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying to win over/date as many of them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics of everything themselves.

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Fun fact: 'Ordinarily United'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

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* MoodWhiplash: The "bonuses" at the end of the post-four month time skip chapters.

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** Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil, not in the HateSink sense but just because she's a bland and uninspired Anti-Spiral ripoff that doesn't have that same ParodySue "magic" that Nzyvo had (Nzyvo being so much of an over-the-top, overpowered asshole in the First Half that it successfully wrapped around to being funny. With Mable, she just threw the same thing at the group three chapters in a row: four robots that are "EvilCounterparts" to the "sixteen main characters"). Canon-Mabel fans can't stand how much of a blatant criticism she is of Mabel's canonical character (although this is addressed through the Mabel here ''not'' being demonized, but rather learning to mature and )

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** Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil, not in the HateSink sense but just because she's a bland and uninspired Anti-Spiral ripoff that doesn't have that same ParodySue "magic" that Nzyvo had (Nzyvo being so much of an over-the-top, overpowered asshole in the First Half that it successfully wrapped around to being funny. With Mable, she just threw the same thing at the group three chapters in a row: four robots that are "EvilCounterparts" to the "sixteen main characters"). Canon-Mabel fans can't stand how much of a blatant criticism she is of Mabel's canonical character (although this is addressed through the Mabel here ''not'' being demonized, but rather learning to mature and )make up for her flaws) and people who don't like Mabel are overall just bitter about this stealing screentime away from any character who isn't [[SpotlightStealingSquad Soos or having sex with Soos.]]

I think it can ''roughly'' be compared to... uh, the rules of ''Series/PushingDasies''? I "touch" (re: write about) a dead character, bringing them back to life, but unlike how it's really common for FixFics to try to keep loads of characters alive, I tend to kill someone else "in their place" in what's roughly a 1:1 ratio (but not always). Oh yeah, and when I kill a character ("second touch,") they tend to almost always either stay fucking dead or it's made very obvious that they'll be revived like five seconds later. That latter rule also applies to my original stories. So yes, admittedly, things like ''Steve Badvillain Intriguing Group'' don't just kill them off left and right: I can't "brag" about "Oh, I killed the main charater ''five times'' (but he ultimately survived to the end)" as Steve never dies once, ''but'' I did set up Jim as his friend throughout the first chapter and then suddenly nuke him at the beginning of the second thanks to Tanker.
* ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (''Hellsing'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Rip and technically the Captain survive; Alucard, Integra, and Pip die (2:3).]]
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' (both versions, roughly) (''Homestuck'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Nepeta(x13 counting the blood swaps) and Meulin survive; hoo boy... Rose, Dave, Roxy, Dirk, Aradia, Sollux, Karkat, Kanaya, Terezi, Vriska, and Gamzee at the very least all die... counting the Nepeta blood swaps, this is 14:11. Surprisingly pretty close. (I'm not counting Davepetasprite as a revive, but if we're doing sprites that don't explode: add Tavros, AR, and Equius to the characters that die here yet survived canon; remove all Nepetas and technically that ratio is 1:14 (Meulin is the 1).)]]
* ''Breaking Bad Presents: AMC's the Walking Meth'' (''Breaking Bad'' spoilers): [[spoiler:Jane and Andrea survive; Skyler, Badger, and Saul get killed (2:3)]]

Also, Hank Hill actually has yet to survive a single ''SBIG'' installment, and ''Housestuck: The Split'' is just about his last major chance (but there's always ''[=SBIGlets=]'').
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** Hammithan: Yellow.
** Nosfo: Magenta.
** Quazzax: Cyan.

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** Hammithan: Yellow.
Yellow. Wears orange on occasion.
** Nosfo: Magenta.
Magenta. "Wears" purple on occasion.
** Quazzax: Cyan.
Cyan. Wears yellow on occasion.
* {{Expy}}: They're based on the "Six Sages" re-occuring element in the ''SBIG'' series of fan fiction in general. To get more specific:
** Steve: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank.]] Oddly, his backstory is a dead-ringer for ''Alucard's'' in ''SBIG'', where
** Diane: [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda,]] but mixed a tiny bit with [[WesternAnimation/GravityFalls Wendy]] and moreso her OCStandIn-based mother "Wanda" from ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Like Brenda, she's silent, prone to violence, wears little, and her main weapon is a sword. Like Wanda, she's extremely tall, has long red hair,
** Poixer: [[Series/TheBigBangTheory Sheldon,]] but he's got some very minor [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dexter]] vibes as well. Sheldon's series ties with Hank's as the most "grounded in realism" of the six,



The hero of the story. By the time the number of time skips in the prologue are over, he's a 44 year-old man

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The hero of the story. By the time the number of time skips in the prologue are over, he's a 44 43 year-old man
man

* CainAndAbel: To Timmy/Blood King, given that both of them are trying to kill each-other. Although Blood King is the Cain, Steve is just what if Abel took up some serious self-defense lessons and put up a fight.
* AMinorKidtroduction: The first quarter of Chapter 1 is about his life as a kid, leading up to his thirteenth birthday when Timmy slaps him off of Badvillain City.
* NotSoStoic: Unlike Hank Hill, a good chunk of his character arc is about him actually opening up and revealing his sensitivity. He seems to be all stone-cold and business-like near the beginning, but as the story goes on he starts to laugh more, show fear more, become more prone to angry outburst, and he's even cried more than any other major character (yes, including Kenith, who only cried on-screen ''[[NeverLiveItDown twice]]'').
* SinsOfOurFathers: Averted. Despite coming from a long line of villains in a family, nobody really blames him for anything the Badvillains have done (Hammithan does briefly when they first meet, but that's because Hammithan thought he was the Blood King at first) and nobody's trying to encourage him to fight for good except himself. However, he ''does'' try to clear the name of his family -- not really for himself or because he "has to," but to let more people be aware that there were other Badvillains in the past who refused to don the Bat Wings, but got killed as a result of not having any "Unfels" to save them from their fall.
* WalkingShirtlessScene: Most of the people in the Southern Forest who have "perfected" being Treemasters are this, as their uniform -- male or female -- is just a three-leaf "loincloth" and some WarPaint.


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* BerserkButton:
** She has a very strong "captain goes down with/lays themselves before the crew (but not the ship itself)" mentality. The only reason why Xunter lived as long as he did was because Diane put off killing him to go after Tanker. Why? Because unlike Mudvin (and later, Xunter himself) at the scene, Tanker was willing to escape while using her own units as a shield to distract her. To say that backfired would be an understatement: DirtyCoward[=s=] piss off Diane to no end, and if not for that, Xunter would have been dead while Tanker would have lived on a bit longer. (Just a ''bit'' according to WordOfGod.)
** Mentioning North Skull Crater in general. Most characters in the story think that the "''[[PhraseCatcher Notherners]]''" (the rich of the volcanic area) a bunch of stuck-up, nudity-hating assholes. Diane, on the other hand, lives really close to them... and she can confirm that that description is being too nice (she'd also list "nudity-hating" more than once). This is even supposed to extend to the readers, as they are pretty much responsible for several in-universe instances of content being trimmed down as well as why both Diane and Quazzax have to cover their chests whenever they go in to Brimcity.
* {{Deuteragonist}}: Often listed as the "second" of the Intriguing Group: she's the second permanent Treemate counting landlord Steve himself, the second chapter is her backstory/full introduction (the others are given further chapters, with Quazzax not having ''her'' story elaborated on until nearly halfway through), she barely even manages to edge-out Steve in terms of screentime,
* MookHorrorShow: Xunter and Tanker both briefly channel their inner Dave (basically trying to be meta but failing at it) when they assume that Diane, having been the only one of the Intriguing Group to not show combat skills at that moment, to be some kind of FauxActionGirl. Both of them laugh at her when she takes her top off, thinking that she's trying to distract them with her boobs and reminding her that they are both trained military experts who won't just drop what they're doing for someone showing skin. Then that top hits the ground, causes an ''enormous'' crash that bends the carrier it hit in half. Turns out it was a training weight. Cue Diane managing to pull off ''more'' than the other members of the Intriguing Group had, proving to be nearly invincible, and even getting a ShoutOut to ''Film/{{Terminator}}'' when she walks out of the flames Xunter tries to burn her with.
* OneManArmy: Putting it this way: Steve can grow his own forests to help. Hammithan has mechas. Nosfo has the souls he's collected over the years. Quazzax has alien tech. Poixer has {{Kaiju}}. By contrast, Diane does not have any "large" weapon but her own fists, and is capable of taking down things significantly larger than entire buildings with no effort.
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[[folder:Looks (not necessarily from the same story)]]

!! Appearance (Totally not-- actually, Tagger IS pretty damn original, if stupid)

Tagger appears as a tall, almost disproportioned "stick figure" boy with short arms but a generally large torso. His default palette has him wearing a short-sleeved (which appears to be long-sleeved thanks to his short arms) lime green shirt, pale blue pants, and generic pale red shoes. He has white hair in the rough shape of a backwards baseball cap, light tan skin, and blue eyes. Tagger's most noteworthy feature is his gas mask -- it is gray with brown lenses

!! Appearance (Totally not evil demon Roxy Lalonde from Hell)

Roylel can technically take any form she wants, being the physical embodiment of all clothing. However, her preferred form when directly speaking to people is of a woman with completely white skin and long, uneven, unkept white hair. She has two gray eyes on each side of her face, half of them being cat-like while the others are wide with cross-shaped pupils. She has several stitches all over her with the appearance of blood, making her look as though she was messily sewn together at several random points. Her mouth is usually smiling, and has "cuts" on each side to make it look more like a smile, always exposing the red "gums" underneath. She "wears" a plain white long-sleeved shirt and a long skirt.

!! Appearance (Totally not Rip Van Winkle)

Stacy is a tall woman in her early twenties with pale skin and bright blue hair that goes past her feet. She

!! History

Back in early middle school, Stacy used to be one of the ten followers of Azzhla's clique. That lasted until a fateful day where Azzhla pulled a prank on Tyler that involved taking him from the locker room, tying him up, and setting him on fire [Note: This is one of those really weird and over-the-top stories that doesn't take itself too seriously. So yes, middle schoolers setting each other on fire. You should see Azzhla as an adult. Her name is a corruption of "asshole" for a reason.] Her friends were reluctant to do the latter part, even after Azzhla informed them that she would compromise by not killing Tyler. Tyler, in a bit of a panic, managed to talk his way out of the prank by addressing the girls one by one, eventually making friends with them. Stacy was the first, When they tried to fight back against Azzhla, she took off on her motorcycle and left, going missing for the next ten years.

Ten years later, and the ten former friends are all working in BEST HUNTERS Corps, finding supernatural threats and taking them down as their collective job. Stacy's role is as the weapon crafter and the stealth trap-setter;

!! Appearance (Totally not Hank Hill)

Steve is a middle-aged man with green

!! Appearance (Totally not inspired by all those naked waifus being one-episode characters, like half of them getting killed what bullshit...)

to:

[[folder:Looks (not necessarily from the same story)]]

(Might just move to Main/ Sandbox)]]

!! Appearance (Totally not-- actually, Tagger IS pretty damn original, if stupid)

Tagger appears as a tall, almost disproportioned "stick figure" boy with short arms but a generally large torso. His default palette has him wearing a short-sleeved (which appears to be long-sleeved thanks to his short arms) lime green shirt, pale blue pants, and generic pale red shoes. He has white hair in the rough shape of a backwards baseball cap, light tan skin, and blue eyes. Tagger's most noteworthy feature is his gas mask -- it is gray with brown lenses

!! Appearance (Totally not evil demon Roxy Lalonde from Hell)

Roylel can technically take any form she wants, being the physical embodiment of all clothing. However, her preferred form when directly speaking to people is of a woman with completely white skin and long, uneven, unkept white hair. She has two gray eyes on each side of her face, half of them being cat-like while the others are wide with cross-shaped pupils. She has several stitches all over her with the appearance of blood, making her look as though she was messily sewn together at several random points. Her mouth is usually smiling, and has "cuts" on each side to make it look more like a smile, always exposing the red "gums" underneath. She "wears" a plain white long-sleeved shirt and a long skirt.

!! Appearance (Totally not Rip Van Winkle)

Stacy is a tall woman in her early twenties with pale skin and bright blue hair that goes past her feet. She

!! History

Back in early middle school, Stacy used to be one of the ten followers of Azzhla's clique. That lasted until a fateful day where Azzhla pulled a prank on Tyler that involved taking him from the locker room, tying him up, and setting him on fire [Note: This is one of those really weird and over-the-top stories that doesn't take itself too seriously. So yes, middle schoolers setting each other on fire. You should see Azzhla as an adult. Her name is a corruption of "asshole" for a reason.] Her friends were reluctant to do the latter part, even after Azzhla informed them that she would compromise by not killing Tyler. Tyler, in a bit of a panic, managed to talk his way out of the prank by addressing the girls one by one, eventually making friends with them. Stacy was the first, When they tried to fight back against Azzhla, she took off on her motorcycle and left, going missing for the next ten years.

Ten years later, and the ten former friends are all working in BEST HUNTERS Corps, finding supernatural threats and taking them down as their collective job. Stacy's role is as the weapon crafter and the stealth trap-setter;

!! Appearance (Totally not Hank Hill)

Steve is a middle-aged man with green

!! Appearance (Totally not inspired by all those naked waifus being one-episode characters, like half of them getting killed what bullshit...)
Appearance



** "What are you waiting for, Miyazumi? Shoot me." [[spoiler:Kank Kill. Unlike the other _ank _ills, he does not come back to life.]]



** "''STANFORD!'' Get it, Bill's last words were apparently 'Stanley' so uh... yeah. ''STANFORD!''" [[spoiler:Pyronica]]

to:

** "''STANFORD!'' Get it, Bill's last words were apparently 'Stanley' so uh... yeah. ''STANFORD!''" [[spoiler:Pyronica]]"You idiots are your ''own'' pains in the ass!" [[spoiler:Pyronica Deadstar]]



* Ford dealing the final blow to the Boundary Guardians, giving off one ''hell'' of a title drop. Yes, the Boundary Guardians having a weird CriticalExistenceFailure rule doesn't make much sense, but it's worth it if it means they get finished off with a punch.
-->'''Ford, after being asked why the Hexagram Emergency continues to try to ScrewDestiny:''' Because that's what makes us ''us!'' Our team!\\
'''Stan:''' If we're cornered, you think we'll back up like some helpless animal? No! We're ''bears.''\\
'''Ford:''' Bears that always have more than one head, always looking out for each-other. Even when we didn't want to.\\
'''Stan:''' So BACK OFF!\\
'''Ford:''' Yes, BACK OFF! WE'RE GOING TO TAKE THIS SHIP TO PLACES WE HAVE NEVER SEEN! WE ARE GOING TO STOP ZEPHIEYE! WE ARE GOING TO KILL BILL'S FOLLOWERS FOR GOOD! AND BEFORE WE WILL DO ANY OF THAT, ''WE ARE GOING TO ESCAPE FROM FANSERVICE '''ISLAND!'''''\\
''(Final cannonball hit, but the [=BGs=] have "a tiny sliver of life left")''\\
'''Ford:''' ''(Punches Guardian-fusion)''\\
'''Boundary Guardians:''' ''(FUCKING EXPLODE.)''
* The end of Chapter 12. Done in a sequence inspired by [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Cascade,]] [[spoiler:Melody gets the final Keeper Blade, the gang races to reunite, ]]



** ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' is bar none his most sexual fan work[[note]]His original stories have ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and moreso its spinoff ''Astronaut Knight Vs the Infinite Naked Women'' to compete with it[[/note]] yet. (Considering the slow climb from the "kind of pushing a little compared to canon but comes off as tame considering the internet" ''Total Zeksmit Plains'' to "some risque things are mentioned once in a blue moon" of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' to "okay, now you get the vibe that he doesn't care about covering butts and nipples" from ''run:gifocalypse''.) ''Bobby Hill's Ultimate Minecraft Harem'', which is just a full-blown comedy (EFFI can be described as [[SurpriseCreepy Surprise Drama]] and a DeconstructionFic), is its only competition. With that being said, it balances between actual fanservice and FanDisservice for a while before firmly swinging on the latter until the very end:

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** ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' is bar none his most sexual fan work[[note]]His original stories have ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and moreso its spinoff ''Astronaut Knight Vs the Infinite Naked Women'' ''Ordinarily United: '' to compete with it[[/note]] yet. (Considering the slow climb from the "kind of pushing a little compared to canon but comes off as tame considering the internet" ''Total Zeksmit Plains'' to "some risque things are mentioned once in a blue moon" of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' to "okay, now you get the vibe that he doesn't care about covering butts and nipples" from ''run:gifocalypse''.) ''Bobby Hill's Ultimate Minecraft Harem'', which is just a full-blown comedy (EFFI can be described as [[SurpriseCreepy Surprise Drama]] and a DeconstructionFic), is its only competition. With that being said, it balances between actual fanservice and FanDisservice for a while before firmly swinging on the latter until the very end:



** Support (For Carlson, see ''Astronaut Knight''[='=]s page)[[note]]Forest Dwellers in general, Jim, [[/note]]

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** Support (For Carlson, Carlson and Stella, see ''Astronaut Knight''[='=]s ''Ordinarily United''[='=]s page)[[note]]Forest Dwellers in general, Jim, [[/note]]



** BLOODSHOT[[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith, Hacksa, Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, The Chained, Master Master, Earl (Intubble)[[/note]]
** Miscellaneous threats of the week not affiliated with BLOODSHOT[[note]][[/note]]

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** BLOODSHOT[[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith, Hacksa, Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, The Chained, Witchita, Master Master, Earl (Intubble)[[/note]]
(Intubble), CD[[/note]]
** Miscellaneous threats of the week not affiliated with BLOODSHOT[[note]][[/note]]BLOODSHOT (For the Unitias, see the ''Ordinarily United'' page)[[note]]Inflatable Man, Spi-cat-der, [[/note]]



* ''Astronaut Knight'' for Carlson and the Unitias

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* ''Astronaut Knight'' ''Ordinarily United'' for Carlson and the Unitias



* AerithAndBob: Compare Hammithan, Nosfo, Poixer, and ''Quazzax'' to... Steve and Diane.
* ColorCodedCharacters: Based on the text colors of the "elements" of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime''[[note]]Not the medallions themselves, as that would make Spirit/Hammithan orange, Light/Quazzax yellow, and Shadow/Nosfo purple[[/note]]. These match the colors of their hair, and [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow in all six cases,]] eyes.
** Steve: Green.
** Diane: Red.
** Poixer: Blue.
** Hammithan: Yellow.
** Nosfo: Magenta.
** Quazzax: Cyan.



[[caption-width-right:250:Over a hundred 13 year-old rebels were thrown off of that city and died, all because they refused to stand with evil. I was lucky. I was helped. And now, I am going to clear their names and end the Badvillain's line of wrong!]]

The hero of the story. By the time the number of time skips in the prologue are over, he's a 44 year-old man



----

[[folder:BLOODSHOT as a Whole]]

to:

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[[folder:BLOODSHOT
[[folder:Diane Mohdez]]

[[caption-width-right:250:...I talk. Sometimes.]]

A 25 year-old maid from the Skull Crater desperately studying physics in the hopes that she could get a better job. She's mostly silent, ''extremely'' powerful, and seems tough, but is considerably less harsh than she initially looks to be.

* {{Stripperiffic}}: In the present day, she only wears a ''tiny'', loose loincloth and a bikini top that she eventually just wears to satisfy Brimcity's laws. She, against her choice, wore a lot more before she moved from her parents house, but still apparently slept nude.
* TerseTalker: When she ''does'' talk, it's mostly like this. She has very, ''very'' rarely said a sentence longer than five words long.
* {{Tsundere}}: GPF actively defied trying to write her character in to one that can be classed as such. She might ''seem'' like the staple with her being rather cold and distant to the other leads and prone to violence more than anyone else who isn't [[HotBlooded Hammithan,]] but that's really due to her poor social skills. She's actually really nice from the get-go if you just talk to her, and when she acts brash towards Hammithan, it's not to "hide her feelings" -- she legitimately doesn't like it when he doesn't get his act together. [[spoiler:Also, Hammithan is the only character she even remotely acts "tsun" towards -- and they don't end up
as a Whole]]
couple.]]



[[folder:Timothy "Tim" Badvillain/The Blood King]]

The current holder of the Badvillain throne, a man who believes that bloodier is scarier

to:

[[folder:Timothy "Tim" Badvillain/The Blood King]]

The current holder of
[[folder:Poixer Avaage]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now, if you place this ]]

A 29 year-old scientist from
the Badvillain throne, a man who believes islands to the north that bloodier is scarier
enjoys training his pet sea monsters.



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Main characters/Humans:

For the characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]



to:

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Main characters/Humans:

For
[[folder:Hammithan Descendo]]

[[caption-width-right:250:JUST POINT ME TOWARDS THE TARGET SO I CAN BLOW 'EM UP!]]

The youngest of
the characters that feature largely treemates, as an 18-and-three-quarters year old (by the time he moved in; he's had his birthday near the end) man who managed to luck out in ''Steve Badvillain's getting a job with motorcycles just after graduating high school. As a bit of a delinquent back in school, he's the only one of the Intriguing Group'', check Group with a criminal record, but

* BadassNormal: The only Treemate with no powers on his own. In fact, he's an ordinary human from a rural desert land mainly populated by people with lightning powers. His uses his mechs to shoot lightning instead, so
that trope page.

[[folder:Both
nobody has to worry that he makes the Intriguing Group lack ShockAndAwe and thus are missing out on an "element."
* GadgeteerGenius: The guy can built HumongousMecha single-handedly. Overnight. With more people to help and more time, they become the size
of them]]


whole cities.
* PettingZooPeople: Not the man himself, but this generally describes most of the mecha he designs.



[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible that he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a half.

* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing Prime's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on the SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa from Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.

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[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of
[[folder:Nosfo the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to Dark]]

[[caption-width-right:250:It can
be good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible a cartoon about tanks! No, sea captains! No, sea captains that he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a half.

* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing Prime's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on the SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa from Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them
are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and these adorable living, human-sized tanks! And they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.
]]



[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a

to:

[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of
[[folder:Quazzax Cut 618-Beta]]

[[caption-width-right:250:May
the beginning of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out light guide you to be even more of a
the life.]]



Champions [Might change some names so that they're not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps that you want to mess with than the normal wisps. They are the result of a wisp gaining a significant amount of power and ranking up a certain number of "kills." Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be the final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common to the Main Champions]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: Compared to both their ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Emazh In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's stated that the idea of this came from Water looking back at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and several of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited to planets.)
* PrehensileTail: Oddly, all of them except Origin have a tail of some sort, and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes with their "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most of the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the characters are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being more dangerous) colors.

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Champions [Might change some names so that they're not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps that you want to mess with than the normal wisps. They are the result of a wisp gaining a significant amount of power
!! BLOODSHOT and ranking up its Leader

[[folder:BLOODSHOT as
a certain number of "kills.Whole]]

[[caption-width-right:250:The BLOODSHOT insignia, a "BK" standing for "Blood King.
" Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be [[note]]They considered "BS," but it didn't work out for obvious reasons[[/note]] ]]

For millennia,
the final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common to the Main Champions]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: Compared to both
Badvillain family had been ruling over humanity in their ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Emazh In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's stated that the idea of this came from Water looking back floating city, always at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and
least several generations of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited technology ahead of that in the world below. Their latest incarnation started when [parents' names], the previous leaders, were assassinated by Shineina Unfel in a mission to planets.)
* PrehensileTail: Oddly, all
protect Brimcity from being blasted by a giant laser. Their older of them except Origin have a tail two sons, Timothy "Timmy" Badvillain, became the leader of some sort, the next incarnation -- which he themed around blood and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes called BLOODSHOT (Timmy '''B'''advi'''L'''lain's super-c'''OO'''l villains that '''D'''ecided to '''SHO'''o'''T''' good do-ers -- [[GiverOfLameNames Timmy is not good with their "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks acronyms]])

* ColorCodedCharacters: Just
like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most Intriguing Group, but with darker shades in general.
**
* NoNameGiven: Some
of the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order
officers are some of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the very few characters in the story whose names we don't fully know. Blood King, Earl, Darkhorse, Darkerhorse, CD, and Witchita are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) the only ones we know the last names of. Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, ''possibly'' Hacksa (we don't know if that's her birth name or not), Evol-Fish, Revealica, ''possibly'' Mudvin, and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being more dangerous) colors.
Master Master are '''all''' OnlyKnownByTheirNickname.



[[folder:Unitia Poison]]

One of the endless commanders of the chemicals,

to:

[[folder:Unitia Poison]]

One
[[folder:Timothy "Timmy" Badvillain/The Blood King]]

The current holder
of the endless commanders Badvillain throne, a man who believes that bloodier is scarier than just about anything else.

* AbusiveParents: He was the abusive older brother to Steve in the first thirteen years
of the chemicals,
latter's life. Both of their parents were dead by then thanks to Shineina Unfel (who, to her credit, did not know at the time that they had a newborn son and felt immediate regret -- she tried to raise him as her own in the forest, but Timmy killed her before she had the chance), he -- in his thirties at the time -- raised Steve with [...]. Amazingly, ''their'' parents were supposedly pretty nice to Timmy while he was growing up, and even implied that they would break the tradition of killing their young for refusing to be evil. Timmy re-enstated that tradition with Steve.
* {{Expy}}: He's a blend of "Naruto" of ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (believes he deserves to take over the world, "bashes" other people as "pricks" or "bitches" for looking at him wrong, tries to use a shitty FreudianExcuse, generally a TakeThat at overpowered harem fan fiction) and Creepypasta Sonic from ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' (obsession with red and blood, thinks of himself as scarier than everyone actually finds him, is really just kind of weak under everything else).
* HateSink: Nothing about this guy is intended to be particularly likeable. (His minions at least try to aim for being ''laughably'' evil rather than ''annoyingly'' evil.) He's a sexist, sadistic, abusive moron that can't even really win his own battles so much as he relies on an intentionally infuriatingly overpowered artifact his parents just handed to him.
* OneWingedAngel: In the finale, he turns in to a giant, grotesque [[spoiler:Subverted as this is only a hologram. The real Blood King goes down in one hit. Witchita already served as the ''real'' final battle.]]
* SurroundedByIdiots: Inverted. Every single one of his officers and mooks is considerably smarter than he is,
* TomTheDarkLord: The BigBad of the entire story and he goes by Timmy.
* WouldHarmAChild: He would often hit Steve while raising him, and even tried to outright kill him as part of Badvillain proceedure for not wanting to be evil and continue the Badvillain antagonist line.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:His "fight" with the Intriguing Group in the finale just consists of him begging and Steve killing him in one slap.]]



[[folder:Unitia Meat]]

One of the endless commanders of the meat,

to:

[[folder:Unitia Meat]]

One of the endless commanders of the meat,
!! The Twelve "Rainbow" Officers

[[folder:Darkhorse Skeltaur]]

[[caption-width-right:250:'''I AM DARKHORSE SKELTAUR. ''DESTROYYYYYYER'' OF ''LIIIIIGHT!''''']]



[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss: The first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible to beat them without '''dying''' on the first try. Then Water comes in and forces you to master the art of managing your finite guard and

to:

[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss: The first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible to beat them without '''dying''' on the first try. Then Water comes in and forces you to master the art of managing your finite guard and
[[folder:Xunter]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Target aquired...]]



[[folder:Unitia Sound]]

to:

[[folder:Unitia Sound]]
[[folder:Coward's Mask]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Oh, hey. Don't mind me. Don't mind me at all...]]



[[folder:Unitia Soap]]

* MsFanservice: ''Even compared to the other Unitias.'' Given how [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are associated]] with baths,

to:

[[folder:Unitia Soap]]

[[folder:Tanker]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Cute? Do you think THIS is "CUTE???!!"]]

* MsFanservice: ''Even {{Expy}}: At first she looks a lot like [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Peridot,]] but her personality is much closer to that of [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Zapp Brannigan.]] With a HairTriggerTemper.
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: She's a 14 year-old that smokes more than any of BLOODSHOT's other officers (or, indeed, any character in the story), has an obsession with leading military plans, is willing to kill innocent people just for money, and has a bigger swear-to-non-swear ratio than anyone else in the story. (Although Hammithan and the Blood King swear more than her overall, [[spoiler:helped by how they are in all thirteen chapters while Tanker dies in the second one.]])
* WakeUpCallBoss: While ultimately a tiny pebble
compared to the other Unitias.'' Given how [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are associated]] later officers, she's still '''quite''' the kick to the groin to Steve. After dealing with baths,
the relatively easy Darkhorse, Tanker comes along and [[spoiler:kills Jim, then breaks Carlson's leg seconds later. She nearly would have killed Steve too if not for his hiding skills and how Tanker did not know what indicated the death of a Tree-warrior.]]



[[folder:Unitia Wind]]

* BlowYouAway:

to:

[[folder:Unitia Wind]]

* BlowYouAway:
[[folder:Kenith]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Want to breathe? Then PAY UP!]]



[[folder:Unitia Plant]]

to:

[[folder:Unitia Plant]]
[[folder:Hacksa]]

[[caption-width-right:250:You just don't get it, do you? As far as the records, computers, and even ordinary people are concerned, '''I am you''' now, and you are '''nothing.''']]



[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon and [Some name that starts with a "K"], she can also manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem to be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the several other groups that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages to hide as ''Carlson's reflection.''

to:

[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon
[[folder:Evol-Fish]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now, if you will excuse me, I just caught too live ones: a sea-dweller
and [Some name that starts with a "K"], she can also manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem to be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the several other groups that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages to hide as ''Carlson's reflection.''
vampire.]]



[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]

to:

[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]
[[folder:Revealica]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Proudly flaunting the most ''revealing'' outfit out of anybo-- what the ''FUCK'', cave woman?!]]



[[folder:Unitia Earth]]

to:

[[folder:Unitia Earth]]
[[folder:Darkerhorse Skeltaur]]

[[caption-width-right:250:'''NO, I AM THE ''OBLITERATOR'' OF LIGHT! BIG DIFFERENCE!''']]



[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,

to:

[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

[[folder:Mudvin]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now, this here is a game we like to call "Woodin'..." oh, Steve! You're from the South, right? You should know a thing or two about my kind...]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,
TheDragon: To Witchita, even though they technically never appear together on-screen except for flashbacks and Fan's concept art (there's a very good reason for this, though). Witchita becomes Blood King's Dragon late in the story, so in a way he's almost the Dragon's Dragon... but he's CoDragons with Revealica in the first half, while Witchita is still sealed in Hell.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Wears nothing but a thong-speedo and a cape at all times. FanDisservice considering his overweight and generally unattractive build.



[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

* DualBoss:

to:

[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

[[folder:Witchita Fells]]

[[caption-width-right:250:You are NOT gonna reject me again! Mock my words!]]

An extremely powerful demon, formerly human, that was considered too much of a threat to Hell, if not life in general. She was mostly sealed up within a prison in Hell, yet Mudvin -- a worshipper for those who did not read the above folder -- managed to somehow set up a communication link with the rest of BLOODSHOT. Through that link, she became a well-respected officer with her own mooks distinct from Mudvin's despite not even being able to show up there in-person. Eventually, she becomes summoned, and turns out to be BLOODSHOT's definitive trump card (surpassing even Revealica) and one of the last foes faced by the Intriguing Group. She's speculated in-universe to be the key to even beating the infinite Unitias.

Oh yeah, and she dated Steve in the past. Before she became a demon.

* DualBoss:
TheDragon: Not that the Blood King sees her that way at first, but eventually it becomes clear that she is bar-none ''the'' most dangerous member of BLOODSHOT. [[spoiler:She's also the final officer to be confronted, having outlived the rest of the eleven -- including Blood King's personal favorite Darkerhorse.]]
* {{Expy}}:
** She's pretty much taken directly from Fan's "canned prototype" of ''361 Striking Degrees'', back when it was ''[[https://www.fictionpress.com/s/3226525/1/360-Degree-Duck 360 Degree Duck]]''. She was going to be TheRival to the main protagonist. Fan altered her design a little but ultimately didn't change much, not even her first name.
** When it comes to Fan's fan fiction, she's a dead ringer for an old idea of what would happen with [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Lucky and Debbie Grund.]] The latter would have been
** Her abilities were inspired by ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'' in general (the final level, with its purple metal asthetic) and Antasma specifically.
* {{Hypocrite}}: She wants to ensure that the world doesn't get dominated by the Unitias (okay, reasonable, they are a little unstable) because they are, in her words, "Creepy naked psycho-chicks." Witchita herself would soon skydive off the slippery slope and fit that description ''perfectly''.
* PunnyName: Her name is an extremely obvious corruption of "Wichita Falls" mixed in with "Witch." ''King of the Hill'' itself had an episode where Hank and Bobby went there, and Bobby started annoying Hank with his over-fondness from how different it is from Arlen. Also, "Fells" is a pretty ominous villain name considering the tree-themed hero.
* {{Yandere}}: To Steve. While



[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels of the resident DualBoss and heard that the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region, one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.

to:

[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

[[folder:Master Master]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Now... who's up for another whipping? ;)]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed BondageIsBad: GPF isn't trying to ''actually'' say this, but Master Master is the only real BDSM character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels
of the resident DualBoss and heard that the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role
any note in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, and he's aligned with a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to group of CardCarryingVillains who made it explicitely, crystal clear that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon they value their own money and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region,
success over other peoples' lives. He ''is'' one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms the nicer BLOODSHOT officers and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, one of the few who does not attack innocent civilians, but that does not change that he swears allegiance to utter pieces of shit like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.
Blood King, Tanker, the hacking couple, Mudvin, and the Skeltaurs.
* OldMaster: Parodied, as he's a combination of this and a certain ''other'' kind of "Master." That's where his name comes from.



[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it does not have some shape on the tip like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, and Water made a conciencious effort in to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?

to:

[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying
!! Other

[[folder:Earl Intubble]]

[[caption-width-right:250:IF YOU'RE IN TROUBLE... GET INTUBBLE!]]

* AnimeHair: Fan said he came up with his design by asking what if Saul Goodman was designed by a 13 year-old ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' fan. It shows.
* ConfusionFu: Loves doing this to everybody, especially Steve. He'd often
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: He's first seen through television with [[StylisticSuck an extremely shitty ad.]] When he shows up in person, he does everything he can
to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it
sure Steve does not have some shape ''not'' hire him, so he hounds Steve with a weird essay on why Steve needs to ''prove'' cannibalism is bad without resorting to circular reasoning, confusing the tip hell out of him.
* {{Expy}}: Dead ringer for the way [[Series/BreakingBad Saul]] [[Series/BetterCallSaul Goodman]] was portrayed in ''[=SBIGlets=]'', complete with his ability to teleport being disregarded as MundaneFantastic. The main difference is that, considering how closer this leans to BlackAndWhiteMoraliy than that ''[=SBIGlet=]'' or especially canon, Earl is an unambiguous CardCarryingVillain here (as the rest of BLOODSHOT are). He's even named Earl because Fan thought that, at times, Odenkirk's voice sounds
like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like Jason Lee, so he named him after [[Series/MyNameIsEarl one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.of Lee's television roles.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, ShowsDamage: His suit changes color based on how close he is to death, starting purple at "full health" and Water made a conciencious effort in to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being
going the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her
whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.spectrum until it's a royal fuschia when he's nearly dead. [[spoiler:It turns black after he's killed.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?



[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Wisps, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only key to getting Carlson back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently different if it's the grand leader. It's also stated to be different if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, that time they ''were'' in a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks ]]

to:

[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Wisps, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only key to getting Carlson back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they
[[folder:Citten [sic] "CD" Destruckta]]

[[caption-width-right:250:As long as I get a new album out, I
don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently different if it's give a shit.]]

* ButtMonkey:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Officer-Serving Mooks]]

[[/folder]]

----

Main characters/Humans:

For
the grand leader. It's also stated characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]



[[/folder]]

[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted
to be different if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible that time they ''were'' in he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks ]]half.



** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her to characters who kill using knives, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to Prime until the topic of Carlson getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in the form of a giant; this is one of the many differences) to a planet-sized monstrocity with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of that and temporarily toned down her powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this, as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about Carlson's only hope to take her on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
* BrownNote: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days) and explode after that time is up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the latter would happen even if they get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces between atomic particles" in really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=].
** ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was [=.GIFfany=]'s expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions bar [[TokenGoodTeammate Prime]], she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third and final) battle with Carlson is the only fight in the entire story that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main, and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied that the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Astronaut Knight's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism) and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally ''does'' speak in front of him, that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF ''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt and panties are so that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe: Exaggerated; she's responsible for the Unitias being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is a pitifully weak ]]

to:

** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her Don't try to characters who kill using knives, obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her
will be exceptionally aggressive to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say anything that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to Prime until the topic of Carlson getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes
deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes
spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in seeing Prime's vagina, such as the form of a giant; this is one extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the many differences) to angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had
a planet-sized monstrocity bad history with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted
Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of there wouldn't be any tension that and temporarily toned down her powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this,
he's missing anyone as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about
he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's only hope to take her parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
SS Cap when it blew up.
* BrownNote: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days) and explode after that time is up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the latter would happen even if they get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between atomic particles" in really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa
from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover
Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough less edgy) "sister story" to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=].
**
this, ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was [=.GIFfany=]'s expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions bar [[TokenGoodTeammate Prime]], she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut
In''. Both of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third
are people sent on space projects and final) battle with rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is the only fight in the entire story a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main,
stumbled upon the group by accident and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back
in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied thinking that he's the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Astronaut Knight's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful
main character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism)
anything, and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, tries to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As
Blood King's forces]]. Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' speak in front of him, have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF ''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt
keeps him alive, and panties are so its heavily implied that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not
one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe: Exaggerated; she's responsible for
force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite
being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll
human, he's still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a pitifully weak ]]
ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.



[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a

[[/folder]]



[[folder:Other Unitias/Unitias (Including Champions) in General]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/9/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out]; change that "/9/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them,
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or certain angles being deemed "okay." WordOfGod is that he could just show the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing Carlson's penis.]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race (although this is just according to Origin, it's hypothetical and impossible to test within SBIG's rules).
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes, with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color. Prime is a dark gray/black, similar to Maria from Water's ''Emazh In''.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}: It's practically their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind of teeters towards not being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.

to:

[[folder:Other Unitias/Unitias (Including Champions) in General]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/9/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out];
Champions [Might change some names so that "/9/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them,
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid''
they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied not the EXACT same things as the element types used in, say, ''361 Striking Degrees'']:

The champions are, generally, even less of wisps
that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession you want to mess with panties drove than the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, normal wisps. They are the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some result of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking
wisp gaining a significant amount of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" power and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In
ranking up a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or
certain angles being deemed "okay.number of "kills." WordOfGod is that he could just show Technically, Prime [again, gonna change that; maybe Prime will be the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding
final villain's name?]

[[folder:Tropes Common
to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, Main Champions]]

* AdaptationalVillainy: Compared
to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing Carlson's penis.]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of
both their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race (although this is just according to Origin, it's hypothetical
''run:gifocalypse'' and impossible to test within SBIG's rules).
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes, with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color. Prime is a dark gray/black, similar to Maria from Water's
''Emazh In''.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}:
In'' counterparts/inspirations. It's practically stated that the idea of this came from Water looking back at how the former story had many copies of a character that was canonically a yandere, only for many of (but not ''all'', especially regarding the "canonical" one) the copies themselves weren't yanderes. He thought what would happen if they ''were''.
* CoolStarship: They all have flagships ''and'' entire planets to themselves. (Some other high-ranks have kingdoms or even whole asteroids/comets/etc to themselves, but these people have ''planets'', and several of them even unofficially rule entire star systems or galaxies. These main fourteen, however, are just limited to planets.)
* PrehensileTail: Oddly, all of them except Origin have a tail of some sort, and most of them could move it. As they also have horns (again, Origin's the exception), this goes with
their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind "demonic" image, although Fire is the only one that looks like the "typical Hollywood" red-skinned demon. That was apparently a leftover thing that was supposed to apply to the main (non-human) Striking Degress -- however, Fan forgot to give most of teeters the main twelve demon-like tails in his initial Tumblr descriptions, so he simply left them for this story.
* RuleOfSymbolism: Unlike ''Emazh In''[[note]]which started with green, then went higher in hue until wrapping around back
towards red, then went to chartreuse from there[[/note]] or ''run:gifocalypse''[[note]]Hoo boy... this story did ''not'' have the cast dealt with in "rainbow order." Basically, Water said that he took the color order of the Sprixie Princesses, put the two hues of green right before red, and shoved the remaining four colors between cyan and the greens such that two similar-enough colors were not right after one-another (again, the greens are an exception)[[/note]], the characters are fought in a spectrum that starts out in purple (well, magenta) and then slowly wraps to blue, then green, then just becomes redder from there. It's approaching red in a similar way a video game difficulty scale might -- as Carlson gets closer to the heart of danger, he's getting closer to the redder (thus, associated with being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.
more dangerous) colors.



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Other Wisps:

[[folder:Unitia Eve]]

[Might put this Eve somewhere else. Originally she was going to be the main character of a story called ''A Slash of Mortality'', but I scrapped that after realizing that the plot was way too similar to ''Gurren Lagann''[='=]s in terms of the villains and the general events.]

An extremely energetic, but kind of out-there, fighter with a bizarre fixation on swords and inventing vehicles. She's one of the few Unitias who doesn't want to keep Carlson locked up forever as her personal object, and as such she's considered an ally.

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Other Wisps:

[[folder:Unitia Eve]]

[Might put this Eve somewhere else. Originally she was going to be the main character of a story called ''A Slash of Mortality'', but I scrapped that after realizing that the plot was way too similar to ''Gurren Lagann''[='=]s in terms
Poison]]

One
of the villains and the general events.]

An extremely energetic, but kind of out-there, fighter with a bizarre fixation on swords and inventing vehicles. She's one
endless commanders of the few Unitias who doesn't want to keep Carlson locked up forever as her personal object, and as such she's considered an ally.
chemicals,



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Other "Playable Characters:" (Probably won't happen)

[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.

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Other "Playable Characters:" (Probably won't happen)

[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto
[[folder:Unitia Meat]]

One of
the guy with endless commanders of the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.
meat,



[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

The star of a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of the Berserker's path, where instead of trying to take over the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying to win over/date as many of them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics of everything themselves.

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[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

[[folder:Unitia Water]]

* WakeUpCallBoss:
The star of a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of the Berserker's path, where instead of trying first two bosses arn't ''effortless'', but they still don't provide too much challenge -- generally, it's possible to take over the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying to win over/date as many of beat them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal
without '''dying''' on the first try. Then Water comes in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power,
and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed forces you to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although master the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics
art of everything themselves.
managing your finite guard and



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Fun fact: ''Astronaut Knight'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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!! Character Sheet BEFORE the Trope Page, Why not?

[[caption-width-right:350:Team Ass-Kick. One might think he's the "Kick" and she's the "Ass," but in reality they both have both roles.]]

''The Legendary Astronaut Knight Vs the Infinite Naked Female Wisps'' (officially shorted to just ''Astronaut Knight'', including its displayed title on Fictionpress) is an original story and the third webcomic by "[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=]," and a spinoff to ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group''. This has been self-described as the [[SpiritualAntithesis "Evil Twin"]] of sorts to his considerably more serious and only slightly less [[WidgetSeries weird]] ''Emazh In''. The plot is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

!! Overall Tropes

!! Tropes Present in the Main Story

* AdaptationalVillainy: The Unitias are considerably more dickish than we saw them back in ''SBIG''.
* CompressedAdaptation: This game just has the plot cut down to its essentials; guy's trapped in an alternate world full of an infinite amount of superpowered yanderes. Guy must beat at least thirteen of the elites (but ends up facing against fourteen, thanks to TheDragon being insistant on fighting him too) before going against their leader, who's defeat will send him back home.

!! Tropes Present in Berserker Mode

* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler:Whether you win or lose that final battle, the world's still screwed.]]

!! Tropes Present in Date Mode

* BathtubBonding: You can do this to whichever Unitia you please.
* {{Fanservice}}: The whole point of this mode is to show the sexual side of the Unitias when they're not trying to kill you while also being a lighthearted parody of DatingSim games.
* {{Polyamory}}: The mode is all about trying to end up dating as many Unitias as you possibly want to, [[EndlessGame until you get bored.]] The game has no traditional "cap" per-say, but there is a ''ridiculously'' high number of dates before the counter "maxes out" that an average player couldn't possibly dream to achieve. (Also, Water updates the game to bump up that cap just in case.)

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Not YMMV:
* GameBreaker:
* SidetrackedByTheGoldSaucer:
** You mean the main mode of the game is that beat-em-up with Carlson, and ''not'' the BulletHell dating sim hybrid with sexy pictures? Shut up, I ''need'' my 5 trillion dates! Because there is a ''lot'' more RNG involved in the game's level design than in the normal mode, there's pretty much a unique match for every playthrough.
** ''Within'' Date Mode[[note]]You can also access these in the Main Mode (but ''not'' Berserker Mode), but it's considerably more difficult[[/note]] is the arcade, where you can do all sorts of stuff. One such game is effectively a ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' clone with limitless character potential, which is addicting on its own right.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

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Fun fact: ''Astronaut Knight'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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!! Character Sheet BEFORE the Trope Page, Why not?

[[caption-width-right:350:Team Ass-Kick. One might think he's the "Kick" and she's the "Ass," but in reality they both have both roles.]]

''The Legendary Astronaut Knight Vs the Infinite Naked Female Wisps'' (officially shorted to just ''Astronaut Knight'', including its displayed title on Fictionpress) is an original story and the third webcomic by "[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=]," and a spinoff to ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group''. This has been self-described as the [[SpiritualAntithesis "Evil Twin"]] of sorts to his considerably more serious and only slightly less [[WidgetSeries weird]] ''Emazh In''. The plot is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

!! Overall Tropes

!! Tropes Present in the Main Story

* AdaptationalVillainy: The Unitias are considerably more dickish than we saw them back in ''SBIG''.
* CompressedAdaptation: This game just has the plot cut down to its essentials; guy's trapped in an alternate world full of an infinite amount of superpowered yanderes. Guy must beat at least thirteen of the elites (but ends up facing against fourteen, thanks to TheDragon being insistant on fighting him too) before going against their leader, who's defeat will send him back home.

!! Tropes Present in Berserker Mode

* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler:Whether you win or lose that final battle, the world's still screwed.]]

!! Tropes Present in Date Mode

* BathtubBonding: You can do this to whichever Unitia you please.
* {{Fanservice}}: The whole point of this mode is to show the sexual side of the Unitias when they're not trying to kill you while also being a lighthearted parody of DatingSim games.
* {{Polyamory}}: The mode is all about trying to end up dating as many Unitias as you possibly want to, [[EndlessGame until you get bored.]] The game has no traditional "cap" per-say, but there is a ''ridiculously'' high number of dates before the counter "maxes out" that an average player couldn't possibly dream to achieve. (Also, Water updates the game to bump up that cap just in case.)

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Not YMMV:
* GameBreaker:
* SidetrackedByTheGoldSaucer:
** You mean the main mode of the game is that beat-em-up with Carlson, and ''not'' the BulletHell dating sim hybrid with sexy pictures? Shut up, I ''need'' my 5 trillion dates! Because there is a ''lot'' more RNG involved in the game's level design than in the normal mode, there's pretty much a unique match for every playthrough.
** ''Within'' Date Mode[[note]]You can also access these in the Main Mode (but ''not'' Berserker Mode), but it's considerably more difficult[[/note]] is the arcade, where you can do all sorts of stuff. One such game is effectively a ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' clone with limitless character potential, which is addicting on its own right.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)
[[folder:Unitia Sound]]



Technically, no. There's two characters, each with a different lost arm (Dipper for the right, Pacifica for the left). And two, each with a different lost leg (Nzyvo for the right, Mabel for the left). In EFFI this got a nod: Pacifica temporarily loses control of her left arm when Mank Mill cuts its "soul" and forces her to "regrow her soul there" (soul magic is weird); Dipper and Mabel lose the exact same limbs they did in ''Journals'' when Pyronica burns them. Nzyvo just doesn't exist because she's a deliberately stupid parody VillainSue.

* [=.GIFfany=]'s mask of choice when trying to disguise as one of the Lightning Cultists (and doing a bad job at it) in ''Escape From Fanservice Island''.
* One of PNG Form [=.GIFfany=]'s attacks -- the "Mega Satan" beam -- in ''MUGEN'' when summoned.
* The name of Unitia Prime's "ultimate form" battle theme.

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Technically, no. There's two characters, each [[folder:Unitia Soap]]

* MsFanservice: ''Even compared to the other Unitias.'' Given how [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] hinted at him liking public bathers/the [[ModestyTowel "outfits" that]] [[CensorSuds are associated]] with baths,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Wind]]

* BlowYouAway:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Plant]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Light]]

* LightEmUp: Her specialty. As with Shannon and [Some name that starts
with a "K"], she can also manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum as a whole, including harmful radiation.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: She, Antifire, and their respective teammates/similar groups ''both'' seem to be derived from a "Hollywood angelic" appearance (in addition to the several other groups that could vaguely be categorized as "angels")
* ThatsNoMoon: She somehow manages to hide as ''Carlson's reflection.''

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Electricity]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Earth]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Fire]]

* DualBoss: With Antifire,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Antifire]]

* DualBoss:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Paint]]

* ArtAttacker: Another rose-red-themed character by Great Pikmin Fan/[=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] that uses art, and even the paint itself, as her main weapon.
* BewareTheSillyOnes: Carlson actually lets his guard down before fighting her; he ''just'' came off the heels of the resident DualBoss and heard that the next nearest Champion target (and the last one before he had proper access to the Core) was just an asshole artist. Assuming that he'd have an easy time fighting her, he laughs his ass off and promptly nearly gets stabbed to death.
* FillerVillain: Her only actual role in the story is to fill out the "fight at least one Champion (specifically, a 'main Champion') each chapter" quota. She's not quite as important to that particular chapter as the Duals before her, or TheDragon and BigBad after.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: They're actually a red-magenta color, just like the rest of her. In this story, that color is specifically considered a sign of something even ''more'' dangerous, and jokingly described as being "redder than red."
* ShoutOut: Just like the Charged Emazh leading the technological jungle region, one of her other fellow paint-class rulers has spring-like bionic arms and can rapid-fire paint as though it was from an actual gun. In other words, like an [[VideoGame/{{Splatoon}} Inkling]], also with VideoGame/{{ARMS}}.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitita Psychic]]

Probably one of the few important Unitias that prioritizes defeating Carlson over actually trying to make him hers. She seems him as a genuine opponent to battle against.

* CatGirl: Downplayed. She has a cat-like tail (loosely, at the very least it does not have some shape on the tip like the others), but that's about it. She does not act at all like a cat otherwise, or looks like one unless you count her general [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe black coloration.]]
* CatchPhrase: Borrows Professor Dove's "...And let it be known that I do ''not'' fuck around," only she uses it more than a few times. (As that had happened with Dove, and Water made a conciencious effort in to avoiding that.)
* TheDragon: ''Unofficially''. She all-but serves as this, being the penultimate opponent Carlson faces and being faced near the end as the Berserker (in Date Mode, however, you can technically try for her at any time, and the Champions sans Origin in any order). She's not ''officially'' employed by Origin as her number two, but she really wants to be one.
* MoreDakka: Has this belief, hence her whole planet being stockpiled with ammunition. In her boss encounter, she immediately tries to come from above, gunning down at Carlson. [[CatchPhrase She does not fuck around.]]
* {{Telekinesis}}: She can fling anything around the room like nothing. Or the whole room itself. Or the entire ''block of buildings''. Or, hell, why not entire planets?

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia ∞rigin [Possible placeholder name] ]]

[A lot of this shit is probably old...]

-->''O -> 0 -> 8 -> ∞''

The "first" of the Wisps, stated to be of "an infinite age" (it's highly implied that this is an exaggeration, but she still existed before the universe itself) and the one and only key to getting Carlson back home. One must defeat at least thirteen other Champions before facing her (Carlson ended up going against fourteen first; the last one ''really'' interfered with him and forced him to fight her),

* AllYourPowersCombined: Her first phrase has her directly summoning the previous Champions (also breaking their implicit rule that they don't just gang up on their target at once; it's apparently
different lost arm (Dipper for if it's the right, Pacifica for the left). And two, each with a grand leader. It's also stated to be different lost leg (Nzyvo if they actually don't mind getting along, and considering the scope of Carlson's mission, that time they ''were'' in a weird villainous version of EnemyMine). [[spoiler:In her second, her monstrous form uses exaggerated versions of previous attacks ]]
* BerserkButton:
** Horror story/"creepypasta" ClicheStorm[=s=]. Do not compare her to characters who kill using knives, and suggesting a red and black-themed makeover
for her base is an invitation for an asskicking.
** Do ''not'' tell her to update something faster, or joke about a wait in between anything. Her base technically has infinite entertainment anyway, so it's unlikely someone would get bored and instead just say that to troll her.
** She's somewhat willing to listen to Prime until
the right, Mabel for topic of Carlson getting back to Earth comes up. That's what starts the left). In EFFI "every single galaxy is against us... I like those odds" part we see InMediasRes towards the beginning of the story.
* BishonenLine: Like [=.GIFfany=] in ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', she goes from [[spoiler:a Super Saiyan-like giant (although [=.GIFfany=] did not fight Soos in the form of a giant;
this got is one of the many differences) to a nod: Pacifica planet-sized monstrocity with more power than the whole observable universe... then she fights Carlson in her regular-looking form. This is justified as her One-Winged Angel form ''was'' the second of them, just that Prime and Carlson managed to knock her out of that and temporarily loses control of toned down her left arm when Mank Mill cuts its "soul" powers.]]
* BodyHorror: Her planet base-mecha thing invokes this, as it resembles a multi-faced (but not multi-headed)
* BroughtDownToNormal: [[spoiler:By the endgame, an "inverti-ray" was just about Carlson's only hope to take her on in a fist-fight while falling through the air.]]
* BrownNote: According to the legends, '''any''' human being who looks at her genitalia will immediately become brainwashed for six years (and thirty-six days)
and forces her to "regrow her soul there" (soul magic explode after that time is weird); Dipper and Mabel lose up, with absolutely no cure after you're affected; the exact same limbs latter would happen even if they did get uploaded. This has been coined as "End Vision." It gets to the point where even closing your eyes and covering them with hands don't work (with the real her, not with photographs) on account that some of the light might somehow "slip through the spaces between atomic particles" in ''Journals'' when Pyronica burns them. Nzyvo just really tiny increments, even if your brain doesn't exist because realize it. She does not want her human servants to explode, so she wears bike shorts to get around the problem. It turns out that, like Lucky from Fan's earlier ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fan fic ''The Hill King'', people with a higher tollerance for nudity in general are immune. [[spoiler:This is what saves Carlson's life after his and her shorts both get burned off during re-entry]]. (No, if you gain a higher tollerance ''after'' brainwashing, [[NoSavingThrow you're still brainwashed and you'll still explode.]])
* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case,
she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a deliberately stupid parody VillainSue.

boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Stella, ]]
* {{Expy}}:
** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=].
** ''Emazh In''-wise, it's harder to pin. Ninthee was
[=.GIFfany=]'s mask expy, so that would be the logical thing to assume. However, the sheer volume of choice Origin's God Complex is much higher than anything Ninthee has shown, and her rainbow theme makes her seem more similar to Kristie instead. Overall, she's a mix of Ninthee (personality-wise, sort of) and Kristie (ability-wise -- and being associated with a full spectrum of color rather than hot pink).
* FanDisservice:
** Just like [=.GIFfany=] and Ninthee before her, her OneWingedAngel-transformation of her location is a giant, grotesque abomination certain to put anyone off the thought of sex for a while.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Compared to the other Champions bar [[TokenGoodTeammate Prime]], she seems less maniacal and more of a mysterious, stoic figure. Turns out she's the worst nut of them all.
* FinalBossNewDimension: [[spoiler:Inverted. Her (third and final) battle with Carlson is the only fight in the entire story that takes place on -- or rather, ''above'' -- Earth.]]
* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: Her most dangerous (main, and established -- she's a full-blown RealityWarper, but like many of the reality benders in the story and SBIG, she doesn't really like breaking them out much) [[BrownNote ability]] is stated to apply to photographs and even artistic depictions of her... somehow. (They also have to be "accurate enough," and it's implied that the comic's art style passes for accurate.) Because of the common symptoms of End Vision, some paranoid readers might get a brief worry
when they start feeling the early symptoms after seeing her extremely tight shorts or crotch barely covered by SceneryCensor. Then again, it's never said that her shorts ''aren't'' effective at preventing the effect.
* {{God}}: Implied to be the creator of every single universe that is in ''Ordinarily United's'' plain of existence (which also means that crossover with other stories by Water is extremely unlikely) and the first of ''anything'' that has ever existed. She's the most powerful character in the story, if not the most powerful character of anything [=DeepWater=] wrote.
* GodAndSatanAreBothJerks: There are a ''lot'' of angel-like (whether through imagry or in terms of story symbolism) and demon-like (same) Unitias. [[RunningGag An infinite amount, to be somewhat specific.]] Both groups are among some of the ''worst'', with the most noteworthy "angellic" and "demonic" ones being the fourth- and fifth-to-last major Champions faced in the story respectively. And ''the'' head god(dess) isn't much better at all.
* LargeHam: She seems to be an oddly quiet Unitia who doesn't speak much. As Carlson gets closer and closer to facing her and she finally ''does'' speak in front of him, that turns out to be pretty far from the truth.
-->'''Origin:''' ''YOU DON'T EVEN KNOW THE MEANING OF ''
* LightIsNotGood: Like the characters she's an expy of, she invokes a lot of bright colors
* MagicPants: Her shorts can grow along with her when she becomes gigantic. Justified in that her reality warping practically makes her the god of the story's world.
* MirrorBoss: In all modes except Berserker Mode.
* ModestyShorts:
** Invokes this image in the rare time that she wears a skirt over her shorts. But when she's fighting, ironically, she rips the whole skirt off anyway. In another twist of the trope, "regular" panties would probably be ''more'' modest than her skin-tight shorts, but the only reason why she even bothers with the shorts is because she wants to avoid making Carlson explode in six years.
** Inverted in Date Mode, where she claims that her skirt and panties are so that the "Bachelor(ette)" doesn't get distracted by staring at her tight shorts. Yes, she wears panties ''over'' the shorts,
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** A variation where it applies regardless of whether or not one looks to the number as 616 or 666. End Vision lasts for six years and thirty-six days. Or, six years, one month, and six days. ''Or'' six years and six X six days.
* PaintedOnPants: Exaggerated with her shorts, which is possibly the most clothes any Unitia is ever seen wearing. They are physical shorts, but they look completely painted on, and Water admits that he draws them as such. It's noted that when she gets ''goosebumps'', ''the individual bumps are visible through the shorts like it's nothing.''
* StopBeingStereotypical: Her reasoning for not liking [[KnifeNut knives]] very much. She believes that, since about the 2000s-2010s at the latest, they've become a ''very'' overused "crazy stalker weapon." She strongly encourages other Unitias to use literally any other weapon.
* TakingYouWithMe: Exaggerated; she's responsible for the Unitias being designed so that, ''if'' by some incredibly bizarre chance, someone figures out the loophole to their immortality and permanently kills one of them, all of existence would be wiped out anyway. This somehow applies double for Origin herself, although how one would double ''wiping out everything and everyone'' is a mystery.
* WingdingEyes: Not played for laughs -- her pupils turn in to infinity signs with "sparks" spinning along them when she's furious.
* ZeroEffortBoss: [[spoiler:In Berserker Mode. She'll still ''try'' to fight against the Berserker, but all she can ''do'' is a pitifully weak ]]

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[[folder:Other Unitias/Unitias (Including Champions) in General]]

* AdaptationalHeroism: They're actually somewhat pretty decent (if polygamous) people in Date Mode. It's ALighterShadeOfBlack if you play as Berserker, as [[spoiler:they're "just" hopeless pathetic stalkers going against someone (read: your character) who outright wants to take over ''all'' of Earth.]]
* AuthorAppeal: GPF/NMDW really likes constantly-nude ladies[[note]]Constantly nude ''out of their own choice.'' He's had... [[DeconstructorFleet pretty]] [[TakeThat not-nice things]] [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12323696/9/Escape-From-Fanservice-Island to say]] (latter link leads to the ninth chapter [OOC which isn't actually out yet, but that's when I plan on deconstructing up. Right now the fic's fifth chapter barely came out]; change that "/9/" to a "/1/" to read from beginning) about characters forcefully stripped[[/note]]. Fan parodied this by taking it to its ultimate conclusion, of a never-ending amount of them,
* BarbieDollAnatomy: Averted in the comic, played straight in the game: for gameplay, crotches are subjected to this in Main and Berserker mode regardless, while breasts and crotches are subjected to this in the censored mode for all three.
* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far
* BleepDammit:
** The webcomic version occasionally shows their goods anyway, with only about half of it covered through some kind of SceneryCensor or certain angles being deemed "okay." WordOfGod is that he could just show the full thing if he wanted to, he's only playing with censorship for laughs. Generally, the censorship is ''slightly'' more strict if the offending Unitia's legs are open, though.
** A background Unitia parodied this by having part of her RapunzelHair go around to cover her crotch for a few panels. Then an explosion happens, which blows the hair away to reveal... only her pubic hair from that particular angle.
** Origin is the ''only'' one of them to wear actual clothing outside of Date Mode. In this case, a pair of bike shorts that look extremely skin tight. Tight enough that Water admits that he just draws her completely nude and anatomically correct, but then paints the waist area black. This goes by completely uncovered by SceneryCensor. Adding to the humor is that ''looking at her crotch kills you'', also making it double as SchmuckBait in-universe and, to a lesser extent, [[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou out.]]
** [[DoubleStandard Water, however, never even comes close to showing Carlson's penis.]] [[MostWritersAreMale Knowing Water's preferences, the reason for this should be obvious.]]
** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]
* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race (although this is just according to Origin, it's hypothetical and impossible to test within SBIG's rules).
* {{Expy}}: They're basically Emazhes, with a few changes that [=DeepWater=] was flip-flopping on when he thought of EI and tried to make it its own thing from his "multiple [=.GIFfanys=]" concept: should they ''all'' be a bit psycho, or should most of them be reasonable?[[note]]He picked "reasonable" for EI, "psycho" here.[[/note]] Should they all go completley naked, or have at least some kind of clothes?[[note]]Emazhes are clothed (barely), Unitas are all completely naked.[[/note]] And should they be finite yet growing in number, or infinite and still somehow growing in number?[[note]]Emazhes are finite in count, Unitias are infinite in count.[[/note]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: They can be of ''any'' color. Prime is a dark gray/black, similar to Maria from Water's ''Emazh In''.
* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When
trying to disguise be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.
* {{Yandere}}: It's practically their [[PlanetOfHats hat.]] Even Prime kind of teeters towards not being all ''there'', but she never gets outright invasive.

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[[folder:Unitia Eve]]

[Might put this Eve somewhere else. Originally she was going to be the main character of a story called ''A Slash of Mortality'', but I scrapped that after realizing that the plot was way too similar to ''Gurren Lagann''[='=]s in terms of the villains and the general events.]

An extremely energetic, but kind of out-there, fighter with a bizarre fixation on swords and inventing vehicles. She's one of the few Unitias who doesn't want to keep Carlson locked up forever as her personal object, and as such she's considered an ally.

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[[folder:The Berserker]]

* {{Expy}}:
** Of Naruto's portrayal in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', trying to brainwash and
** They're very similar to the Blood King from ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who is also an expy of ''guy with the ninja''-Naruto. One key difference is that [[spoiler:they actually ''can'' fight, instead of hiding behind holograms like the Blood King does until the very end. As it's slightly implied (Water is flip-floppy about this) that this takes place in the same world as SBIG, this can also rule out the two of them being the same person. That, and this story would have taken place after the Blood King was killed by Steve, ]]
* VillainProtagonist: Of his/her own route.

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[[folder:Bachelor(ette)]]

The star of a [[BizarroEpisode Bizarro Mode]] DatingSim parody. The opposite extreme of the Berserker's path, where instead of trying to take over the Unitias by force (and magic), you're trying to win over/date as many of them as possible.

* DidYouJustRomanceCthulhu Your goal in this "mode."
* {{Expy}}: Of Soos in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', being someone who successfully managed to romance a growing mass of super-women at once thanks to simply talking them out of it. The default female option even looks a lot like his former DistaffCounterpart Melody, although the default male option looks nothing like him. To bring things in full circle, this mode is a dating sim parody, as are the characters the Unitias are expies of.
* PalsWithJesus: You're basically trying to woo the fabrics of everything themselves.

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Fun fact: 'Ordinarily United'' is actually loosely inspired by a Creator/{{Chriddof}} video. Well, an older plan of something that I eventually merged with this idea of a "space knight." (That "merge" included the whole "army of yanderes" thing.) Uh, said video went by "My Name is Bianca" for one upload, no idea what it is if anything.

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[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]

It started off as, like, a joke thing that might have originally been a low-effort "shitpost" story similar to ''Axe Effect: Giffillions''. Something where maybe [=.GIFfany=] tricked Soos in to thinking she was nice, but then wrapped him up with wire and dragged him to get downloaded to her computer. It'd be a black comedy. While dragging him, she'd come across Darlene dragging Stan in a wrapping of spider web. Darlene would look at [=.GIFfany=], smirk, and say something like "Men, am I right?" Then I thought about rounding things off with Pyronica finding a way to capture Ford or something stupid like that.

Then I thought back to this old copy-pasta I saw on [=GameFAQS=]'s ''Super Smash Bros. Brawl'' boards, about Link spying on people in the shower. I think the "original" was with Peach, Zelda, and Samus, but I also found a variation where he was spying on Captain Falcon and... two other dudes, all I can remember was the line "Captain Falcon swung his sweaty *** from side to side." (The original was about Zelda's hair; and yes, the censorship was part of the post.) I thought "Imagine if someone did something like that, but it was Dipper or something, and he was peeping on like, Pyronica, [=.GIFfany=], and Darlene. And then they found out and promptly kicked his ass. (I hate pervert characters. I know Dipper is canonically better than that, but making him in to some straw pervert played for laughs sounds exactly like the kind of stupid crap I'd expect from the sort of cheap fan fiction that hypothetical story would have made fun of. So I'm not mocking Dipper's character, I'm mocking that sort of stuff.)

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

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''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
* TheScrappy:
** Tambry and Manly Dan's subplot in the Second Half where they respectively assume roles of [[StrawMisogynist "edgelords"]] and [[StrawFeminist "man-haters"]] with their social media friend groups. Not necessarily because of their idiocy -- both were meant to be unsympathetic. It's because, in the already bloated (at just five chapters!) Second Half, their issues become a reoccuring element across '''three''' chapters, it becomes harder to read without wanting karma to kick their asses. Neither is a complete KarmaHoudini, but the subplot ends with both of them just having their groups turn against them after Wendy embarasses them and their plot ultimately doesn't amount to anything relevant, which is downright shocking considering Fan's obsession with ChekhovsGun[=s=] and the like.
** Of the professors, [[PlayingWithFire Burnda]] pretty much became one of the ''least'' popular despite Fan trying to push her
as one of the Lightning Cultists (and doing a bad job more developed ones, for taking her previously-somewhat-tollerable (as it was only once per chapter at it) most back in ''run:gifocalypse'', RG had long chapters, and she spent most of that just making fun of the BigBad Risen) appearances in ''run:gifocalyse'' and {{Flanderizing}} her "meta" gimmick so that she's openly breaking the fourth wall just to mess with people. Fan feared this would happen, so by Chapter 8 he has '''Dian''', [[ExtremeDoormat of all professors,]] call her out as being a little annoying. In ''Escape From Fanservice Island''.
* One
Island'', she's considerably nicer than her ''SBIG'' self and less of PNG Form [=.GIFfany=]'s attacks -- an overbearing white knight to Burrda than her RG self (although that ''was'' her main flaw), and has a much more developed friendship with Ford after the "Mega Satan" beam -- Lightning Cultist's death. Her expy in ''MUGEN'' when summoned.
* The name
''Emazh In'', Lhaurflame, is '''far''' more flawed and gets called out ''way'' more often than Burnda did, to avoid making her feel like too much of Unitia Prime's "ultimate form" battle theme.a Sue.
** Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil, not in the HateSink sense but just because she's a bland and uninspired Anti-Spiral ripoff that doesn't have that same ParodySue "magic" that Nzyvo had (Nzyvo being so much of an over-the-top, overpowered asshole in the First Half that it successfully wrapped around to being funny. With Mable, she just threw the same thing at the group three chapters in a row: four robots that are "EvilCounterparts" to the "sixteen main characters"). Canon-Mabel fans can't stand how much of a blatant criticism she is of Mabel's canonical character (although this is addressed through the Mabel here ''not'' being demonized, but rather learning to mature and )
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** [A shitload of Intermission deaths. They don't "exactly" stay dead, though.]
** "GHAAAARGLE! You naked idiots still insist on fighting your destiny?" [[spoiler:The Three Boundry Guardians, after fusing themselves together]]

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** [A shitload "Yes I am, I'll tell you what. I mean-- uh... OOOOOH..." [[spoiler:Yank Yill (although he and the other _anks are brought back after the Intermission)]]
** "Oh. Well. Did you really think a powerless kid like you could take down a grown man serving under the Great Zephie--?" [[spoiler:Gank Gill]]
** "Roh no! Rang it! And I just round erough rade for this to rork!"[[note]]"Oh no! Dang it! And I just found enough shade for this to work![[/note]] [[spoiler:Rank Rill]]
** "Is that a play on how I'll be dead because
of Intermission deaths. They don't "exactly" stay dead, though.]
something you--?" [[spoiler:Pank Pill]]
** "'Art?' This is not an 'art!' 'Art' is what hippies do to pass the time when they're not smoking weed and sending twig boys to starve themselves to save the trees!" [[spoiler:Oank Oill]]
** "And he said something about accidentally taking one of the teens with him..." [[spoiler:Bank Bill]]
** "See? That's my soul-surgery power, I'll tell you what." [[spoiler:Mank Mill]]
** "The Black Sun will rise." [[spoiler:Wank Y. Will]]
** "GHAAAARGLE! You naked idiots still insist on fighting your destiny?" [[spoiler:The Three Boundry Boundary Guardians, after fusing themselves together]]



** "Yeah, I'm terrible. But hey, I'm ''[[spoiler:Zeskit's]]'' friend. Were you expecting anything different?" [[spoiler:Katjus "Kath-ustin" Othtrolll [sic], AKA "That ''Other'' Troll"]]



** "Yeah, I'm terrible. But hey, I'm ''[[spoiler:Zeskit's]]'' friend. Were you expecting anything different?" [[spoiler:Katjus "Kath-ustin" Othtrolll [sic], AKA "That ''Other'' Troll"]]



** "" [[spoiler:Cold Dragon]]
** "" [[spoiler:Warm Dragon]]
** "" [[spoiler:Blood Dragon]]

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** "" "This cave's still mine, though! I legally own it!" [[spoiler:Cold Dragon]]
** "" "Oh, no! Not the oasis! Not every desert needs to have some hidden 'oasis,' you know! Can't some of them just be sand from border to border?" [[spoiler:Warm Dragon]]
** "" "Well I got the biggest body of water under my control so I ''guess'' I won? I mean, it IS hard topping the entire ocean." [[spoiler:Blood Dragon]]



* ''5x5 2:'' (Whatever I called it on the main sandbox):

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* ''5x5 2:'' (Whatever I called it on 2: :''

* Ford dealing
the main sandbox):
final blow to the Boundary Guardians, giving off one ''hell'' of a title drop. Yes, the Boundary Guardians having a weird CriticalExistenceFailure rule doesn't make much sense, but it's worth it if it means they get finished off with a punch.
-->'''Ford, after being asked why the Hexagram Emergency continues to try to ScrewDestiny:''' Because that's what makes us ''us!'' Our team!\\
'''Stan:''' If we're cornered, you think we'll back up like some helpless animal? No! We're ''bears.''\\
'''Ford:''' Bears that always have more than one head, always looking out for each-other. Even when we didn't want to.\\
'''Stan:''' So BACK OFF!\\
'''Ford:''' Yes, BACK OFF! WE'RE GOING TO TAKE THIS SHIP TO PLACES WE HAVE NEVER SEEN! WE ARE GOING TO STOP ZEPHIEYE! WE ARE GOING TO KILL BILL'S FOLLOWERS FOR GOOD! AND BEFORE WE WILL DO ANY OF THAT, ''WE ARE GOING TO ESCAPE FROM FANSERVICE '''ISLAND!'''''\\
''(Final cannonball hit, but the [=BGs=] have "a tiny sliver of life left")''\\
'''Ford:''' ''(Punches Guardian-fusion)''\\
'''Boundary Guardians:''' ''(FUCKING EXPLODE.)''
* The end of Chapter 12. Done in a sequence inspired by [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Cascade,]] [[spoiler:Melody gets the final Keeper Blade, the gang races to reunite, ]]
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Unitias have a variety of appearances, but they all follow a very general template. All of them appear as adult women ([=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] implied that, just like the Emazhes of ''Emazh In'', a male option may be implimented in the future) who generally wander around nude. They all have the "Unified Mark" on their right buttock, which can appear during extreme uses of their powers and resembles the letter U sliced in half diagonally. They can vary somewhat in body type (slightly less so than Emazhes) and come in different colors in terms of hair, skin, eyes, or even less usual features like nails, sclera, blood, teeth, or tears/sweat. In addition to colors, some of them also have patterns on themselves as well, whether arranged specifically (such as marks that resemble carefully-crafted large tattoos across the body), in repettitive shapes (such as polka dots), or just as random bits of color. Unlike Emazhes, all Unitias have above-average sized breasts and large, rounded rears.

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Unitias have a variety of appearances, but they all follow a very general template. All of them appear as adult women ([=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] implied that, just like the Emazhes of ''Emazh In'', a male option may be implimented in the future) who generally wander around nude. They all have the "Unified Mark" on their right buttock, which can appear during extreme uses of their powers and resembles the letter U sliced in half diagonally. They can vary somewhat in body type (slightly less so than Emazhes) and come in different colors in terms of hair, skin, eyes, or even less usual features like nails, sclera, blood, teeth, or tears/sweat. In addition to colors, some of them also have patterns on themselves as well, whether arranged specifically (such as marks that resemble carefully-crafted large tattoos across the body), in repettitive shapes (such as polka dots), or just as random bits of color. Unlike Emazhes, all Unitias have above-average sized breasts and large, rounded rears.
rears. They also have extremely sharp teeth, and it is implied that ''all'' of them have lengthy tongues.



!! History

* Type: "Metaphysical" creational beings
* Inspirations: [=.GIFfany=] (''Gravity Falls''), Felicia (''Darkstalkers''), [There's probably like a ton of them, including additional perma-nude characters I might come across -- this story isn't done yet] Emazhes (''Emazh In'', another story by [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=])

[This below part might be outdated.]

In chapter one of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', a gas giant-sized being claiming to be the "Solid Death" tried to attack Earth, declaring that he wanted to end the entire planet out of boredom of it. Carlson, the mysteriously lucky man who seems to be able to survive anything, was sent after him. Solid Death attempted to kill Carlson by severing his (non-physical) "connection to the creator-life," and was outraged when this failed, as severing the connection can kill anything -- even otherwise immortal beings or those that are already dead (they are simply "double-killed"). Carlson manages to obliterate Solid Death, and once Steve and the Blood King enter the confrontation, this is quickly forgotten about as Carlson becomes a secondary character with side-ties to Steve's band of six. [Might nuke this whole paragraph but it's kind of a context-establisher.]

In chapter 5, this incident is addressed again when the Unitias make their debut. Several of them appear on the city streets, claiming to look for Carlson (who, after having his connection severed, became somewhat harder for Unitias that are not Origin to spot -- and Origin does not care about hunting him yet)



Main characters...?/Humans:

For the characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

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Main characters...?/Humans:

For the characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

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[[folder:BLOODSHOT as a Whole]]



[[folder:Carlson, "The Astronaut Knight"]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Attributes: [[InstantExpert Skilled]] and [[BornLucky Lucky]] ]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible that he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a half.

* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing Prime's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on the SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa from Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', once he's stranded he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.

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[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with one
[[folder:Timothy "Tim" Badvillain/The Blood King]]

The current holder
of the very few exceptions being the one thing he always wanted to be good at: baking. His cooking skills were so terrible Badvillain throne, a man who believes that he ended up poisoning his parents to death when he was fourteen and a half.

* BerserkButton:
** Don't try to obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to navigate, and will be exceptionally aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the spinoff he ends up blocking the ''viewers'' from seeing Prime's vagina, such as the extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the angle, she's always covered up by at least ''part'' of him. (Or shown from the back.)
** He had a bad history with a former friend back in college that involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends up having to suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson to not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on the SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion of Ted Wakahisa from Water's considerably more serious (yet, at the same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference
bloodier is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He also thinks that he has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 5 after trying to take on the Blood King's forces]]. Carlson is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's still both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', once he's stranded he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.
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[[folder:Stella]]



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Main characters/Humans:

For the characters that feature largely in ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', check that trope page.

[[folder:Both of them]]





[[folder:Unitia Prime, "The Dark Zipper" [Gonna rework this, mainly by possibly no longer making her the "prime" one EDIT: Also maybe she won't be the protagonist, like a villain instead. This whole section is outdated] ]]

[[caption-width-right:250: [[note]]Trust us, it was pretty difficult getting a relatively worksafe image of her[[/note]] ]]

Carlson was fortunate to have one of the relatively Unitias visit him first, even when some of the psychos made it to Steve's tree fort. She's the one that eventually takes Carlson in to the Unitia world at the end of chapter 5, where he spends the rest of SBIG performing the events of ''Astronaught Knight''. She acts as his guide and unofficial body guard.

[Blah blah blah] while Carlson has raw stupid luck and over-the-top athletic strength and reflexes, Unitia Prime compliments that by having just about everything else: InfiniteSupplies, an infinite army, intelligence, a manipulable close-ranged weapon, limitless (except that she has to ''know'' where the location she wants to zip to ''is'') teleportation, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and cooking (unlike Carlson).]] Too bad ''neither'' of them are experts in the "sane" department.

* BarbieDollAnatomy: Downplayed in early concept art (this is not EarlyInstallmentWeirdness so much as Fan intentionally shying away from drawing full breasts while trying to promote it), where while she's drawn without a visible crotch, her nipples are still there... but in the form of "implied" bumps on her breasts. She and the other Unitias also appear this way in ads, preview images, and the like (''inverting'' the common "clickbait" trick of trying to make something look sexier than it is). In the full comic, she has clearly defined nipples, and her crotch is ''usually'' covered by SceneryCensor, but the trope comes in to play the few times it isn't. It's clear that Water puts a bit less effort in to obscuring the other Unitias, as they sometimes just don't have the offensive bits drawn. Her ass crack is always visible, however.

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[[folder:Unitia Prime, "The Dark Zipper" [Gonna rework this, mainly by possibly no longer making her the "prime" one EDIT: Also maybe she won't be the protagonist, like a villain instead. This whole section is outdated] ]]

[[caption-width-right:250: [[note]]Trust us, it was pretty difficult getting a relatively worksafe image of her[[/note]] ]]

Carlson was fortunate to have
[[folder:Carlson]]

[Other stuff] [[TheAce He's (in)famous for being naturally ridiculously good at everything he tries out,]] with
one of the relatively Unitias visit him first, even when some of the psychos made it to Steve's tree fort. She's very few exceptions being the one that eventually takes Carlson in thing he always wanted to the Unitia world at the end of chapter 5, where he spends the rest of SBIG performing the events of ''Astronaught Knight''. She acts as his guide and unofficial body guard.

[Blah blah blah] while Carlson has raw stupid luck and over-the-top athletic strength and reflexes, Unitia Prime compliments that by having just about everything else: InfiniteSupplies, an infinite army, intelligence, a manipulable close-ranged weapon, limitless (except that she has to ''know'' where the location she wants to zip to ''is'') teleportation, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and
be good at: baking. His cooking (unlike Carlson).]] Too bad ''neither'' of them are experts in the "sane" department.

* BarbieDollAnatomy: Downplayed in early concept art (this is not EarlyInstallmentWeirdness
skills were so much as Fan intentionally shying away from drawing full breasts while trying to promote it), where while she's drawn without a visible crotch, her nipples are still there... but in the form of "implied" bumps on her breasts. She and the other Unitias also appear this way in ads, preview images, and the like (''inverting'' the common "clickbait" trick of trying to make something look sexier than it is). In the full comic, she has clearly defined nipples, and her crotch is ''usually'' covered by SceneryCensor, but the trope comes in to play the few times it isn't. It's clear terrible that Water puts a bit less effort in he ended up poisoning his parents to obscuring the other Unitias, as they sometimes just don't have the offensive bits drawn. Her ass crack is always visible, however.death when he was fourteen and a half.



** Do NOT categorize/"tag" something incorrectly. Being like Water's ''VideoGame/{{MUGEN}}'' character "Tagger" is just about asking for a verbal asswhooping if you're good, and a physical asswhooping if you're evil.
** Don't try to "play keep-away" with her.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, she absolutely detests anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth (not to be confused with the one from ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group'', which is confirmed to be set in a completely different reality altogether), or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
** While she doesn't like being told to put clothes on, she generally doesn't get too bothered by that. Unless the "clothes" are panties or ''especially'' bras (sometimes it's the other way around. She can't decide which one she hates more). She doesn't even like the ''word'' "underwear," saying that it's just like how the word "moist" bugs some people.
* DarkIsNotEvil: She's an exceptionally cooperative Unitia, and one of the relatively few that is fighting for good for good's sake instead of as a BloodKnight thrill. She also basically looks kind of like she would be some sort of shadow-demon.
* FinalBoss: [[spoiler:Of Berserker's story. She's the last thing stopping you from infecting the Core and brainwashing the entire Unitia race, then inevidably using that godly power on Earth.]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. She speaks in BlackSpeech when she's especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of her ''period'' is a close-up of her butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* MsFanservice: If the whole "runs around naked and has a literally infinite harem (if of AxeCrazy people)" weren't enough clues, Water's drawings of her (and the other Unitias...) also marks the closest he came thus far to actually drawing genetalia -- considering the barely-pixellated-in-universe [=.GIFfany=]s from ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' and one particularly revealing SpeechBalloonCensoring on Melody's part in chapter 10, this is saying a lot. She's barely covered by just the slightest forms of censorship, in some cases Water intentionally draws part of her goods because the "censorship" is entirely of his own standards.
* SuddenlyShouting: This is the last thing you will hear from her if you poke her Berserk Buttons.
* TheUnsmile: Carlson assumes that she looks beautiful WhenSheSmiles. Not exactly. Even when she's genuinely happy, she still ''kind of'' always looks like she's planning to murder someone.

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** Do NOT categorize/"tag" something incorrectly. Being like Water's ''VideoGame/{{MUGEN}}'' character "Tagger" is just about asking for a verbal asswhooping if you're good, and a physical asswhooping if you're evil.
** Don't try to "play keep-away" with her.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, she absolutely detests anything relating
obscure his vision. He enjoys his ability to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth (not to navigate, and will be confused with the one from ''Steve Baydebt's Intriguing Group'', which is confirmed to be set in a completely different reality altogether), or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."
** While she doesn't like being told to put clothes on, she generally doesn't get too bothered by that. Unless the "clothes" are panties or ''especially'' bras (sometimes it's the other way around. She can't decide which one she hates more). She doesn't even like the ''word'' "underwear," saying that it's just like how the word "moist" bugs some people.
* DarkIsNotEvil: She's an
exceptionally cooperative Unitia, and one aggressive to anything that deliberately blocks his vision in some way. (IE smoke bombs, etc.) Ironically, towards the beginning of the relatively few that is fighting for good for good's sake instead of as a BloodKnight thrill. She also basically looks kind of like she would be some sort of shadow-demon.
* FinalBoss: [[spoiler:Of Berserker's story. She's
spinoff he ends up blocking the last thing stopping you ''viewers'' from infecting seeing Prime's vagina, such as the Core and brainwashing extended panels where he holds his arm out and, regardless of the entire Unitia race, then inevidably using that godly power on Earth.]]
* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. She speaks in BlackSpeech when
angle, she's especially pissed off, which has the effect always covered up by at least ''part'' of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over him. (Or shown from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of her ''period'' is
back.)
** He had
a close-up of her butt. Following bad history with a former friend back in college that is a series of panels involved said friend taking steroids, so he's generally not too happy if someone calls him "____ on steroids" or, worse, ''suggests'' that move he take steroids because he looks too wimpy.
** Slow internet connection and/or being on hold. [[RuleOfFunny Given what type of story this is,]] he ends
up having to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around suffer through ''both'' of them,
* ConvenientlyAnOrphan: Water stated that he wanted Carlson
to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We not really have ties to anyone on Earth, so that there wouldn't be any tension that he's missing anyone as he's still technically see her face ''last''.
* MsFanservice: If
stranded. Anyway, Carlson's parents were accidentally killed by his own shitty cooking, and his friends were on the whole "runs around naked and has a literally infinite harem (if SS Cap when it blew up.
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: Averted in his backstory. His life when he was sixteen was completely uneventful. Not much happened in his thirteenth birthday, either. However, exactly ''half-way in between those'' was when his parents died.
* {{Expy}}: He's basically an inversion
of AxeCrazy people)" weren't enough clues, Ted Wakahisa from Water's drawings of her (and considerably more serious (yet, at the other Unitias...) same time, more lighthearted, idealistic, and less edgy) "sister story" to this, ''Emazh In''. Both of them are people sent on space projects and rank among one of two unofficial "leaders" to a large group of women who aren't big fans of being fully clothed. The difference is that while Ted is a [[GeniusBruiser buff nerd]] that has very mild ego issues and ended up ''creating'' the group (by accident) and they ended up hating him, Carlson is a scrawny "jock" with a bit of an inferiority complex that stumbled upon the group by accident and many of them... became attatched. Hell, one of Dan's prototype names (in addition to "Uhztand" for a short while) was Carlson.
* {{Foil}}:
** To Dave back in SBIG. Dave was a WrongGenreSavvy creepo who had deluded himself in to thinking that he's the main character of anything, and tries to sell himself as a hero when he's really an asshole. He
also marks the closest thinks that he came thus far to actually drawing genetalia -- considering the barely-pixellated-in-universe [=.GIFfany=]s from ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' and one particularly revealing SpeechBalloonCensoring on Melody's part has in-universe PlotArmor, which is disproven when [[spoiler:he gets killed in chapter 10, this is saying a lot. She's barely covered by just 5 after trying to take on the slightest forms of censorship, in some cases Water intentionally draws part of her goods because the "censorship" is entirely of his own standards.
* SuddenlyShouting: This is the last thing you will hear from her if you poke her Berserk Buttons.
* TheUnsmile:
Blood King's forces]]. Carlson assumes is completely Genre Blind but ''does'' have plot armor -- with universal contrivance being the one thing that she looks beautiful WhenSheSmiles. Not exactly. Even when she's genuinely happy, she keeps him alive, and its heavily implied that the one force greater than the Unitias -- the narrative itself -- is what helps him out.
* LethalChef: One of the few talents he cannot master is anything involving cooking.
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: Despite being a human, he's
still ''kind of'' always looks like she's planning to murder someone.
both an armored knight ''and'' an astronaut. And later, a ninja.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Male example. Despite being introduced in a full space suit ''with a full suit of armor on top of that'', shortly after his EstablishingCharacterMoment he quickly strips both of them off and wanders around only in tiny swim trunks and with a boomerang in his hand.



[[folder:Stella]]

Carlson's wife as of the beginning of ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'', who also turned out to be even more of a

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* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Prime, ]]

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* EvilCounterpart: To both of the main protagonists. In Carlson's case, she's the only other character of any note that wears some kind of real clothing, and they both cover the same general amount of area. She also weilds a boomerang similar to his, and [[spoiler:has in-universe Plot Armor powerful enough to negate Carlson's. When it comes to Prime, Stella, ]]



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** ''run:gifocalypse''-wise, to Risen [=.GIFfany=].



* BerserkButton:
** '''PANTIES.''' While not fond of clothes in general, they all have an especially extremely vehement, almost obsessive (unsurprisingly) hatred towards feminine undergarments that cover a decent amount of buttock cheek (IE are not thongs). And ''Heaven for-fucking-bid'' they're ''white panties.'' It's highly implied that the occasional Badvillain (it averages about every other generation, Blood King being one of them) having an obsession with panties drove the Unitias to hating them so much; in other words, the Badvillains were so creepy that even the ''Unitias'' are now squicked out by the thing some of them have a fetish for.
** Speaking of clothing, to them, "PleasePutSomeClothesOn" and "Please horribly eviscerate me" mean the exact same thing. And "Please put some ''panties'' on" is asking that they kill you in an even worse manner.
** The Blood King in general {{squick}}s them out. Again, considering how insane they are and their willingness to ''eat people'' that try to attack them, it's quite telling how awful (or just annoying) Blood King is.
** In a LeaningOnTheFourthWall at the comic's/story's TakeThat at the ReluctantFanserviceGirl, most of the ones seen aren't fans of anything relating to "Environment-Nuking Flameterprise" from Earth, or even its initials of "ENF." ENF can also be used to stand for "'''Embarassed''' Naked Female."



* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race.

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* DeathIsCheap: Unlike Emazhes (as anyone who [[spoiler:was forced to kill Lhaurfreeze could confirm]]), they'll just respawn if their bodies are "killed;" their "ghostly" forms are completely invincible. And if something ''does'' manage to somehow end their form of being alive, all of everything will simply be wiped out for no reason other than a "curse" Origin put on the entire race.race (although this is just according to Origin, it's hypothetical and impossible to test within SBIG's rules).



* ForeignLanguageTirade: Parodied. They speak in BlackSpeech when they're especially pissed off, which has the effect of casting spells by accident. This is yet another carry-over from the [=.GIFfany=] army, except they (particularly the main [=.GIFfany=] and the [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness normally-silent]] Professor Burrda) speak Japanese instead, as they came from Japan rather than an alternate dimension of raw chaotic energy.



* LovecraftLite: Downplayed. They have the ''potential'' to be a CosmicHorrorStory -- the world's ranking system just about admits that they are an Apocalypse-level threat, meaning that if they start attacking, there is nothing the planet can do to fend against them. So they ''could'' easily destroy the Earth if they please... but they don't really want to.
* MaleGaze: The very first shot of any of them ''period'' is a close-up of one's butt. Following that is a series of panels that move up to her [[SexyBack back,]] then around to her breasts. Then it moves down, with nothing but a ''single finger'' half-covering her vulva. We technically see her face ''last''.
* SlasherSmile: Baring Origin (who appears to be more stoic at first), this is their default expression. When trying to be "professional," they'll lose that and shrink their claws in.



Other "Playable Characters:"

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Other "Playable Characters:"
Characters:" (Probably won't happen)



[[folder:EFFI Origin Story]]



[[folder:Junk]]

* [=.GIFfany=] initially made the Artificial Army to serve as a sexy "harem"-themed trap for Soos and Melody (and, at first, as tools to help her build things). However, the former never completely sees them that way [[spoiler:until near the end]]. Aside from the minor plot point in Chapter 5 where they're about to punish Prime, he just views them as a group of friends that happen to look attractive and enjoy running around naked.
** [=.GIFfany=] has a conversation in the hot springs with Melody where she basically confesses that she considers the Artificial Army to sort-of be friends, or even a pseudo-family (though that drops). Note that this is ''before'' her proper MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment kicks in, and yet she's still being genuinely honest about herself to Melody and about the people that she was reportedly angry about in [[FanFic/RunGifocalypse another "reality" by the same author.]]
* Stan and Darlene legitimately getting along in Chapter 3.
* [=.GIFfany=] 9 and 1's reunion after the Zeskit battle.
* News of Stan, Ford, Soos, and Melody being stranded for four months really caught on, because once they '''finally''' make it back to civilization in Chapter 9, they're greeted with most of the town holding a giant banner reading "WELCOME BACK!" It also ties in to how they've become seen as heroes over the events of canon prior.
* ''Every single [=.GIFfany=] Instance'' immediately jumping to Melody's defense when the Lightning Cultist insults her. Even the Antifire Captain/Burrda, who normally rarely says anything, gives a hearty [[PrecisionFStrike "FUCK YOU!"]] to her. Keep in mind that they are all horrified of her, [[BlackMagic and]] [[DealWithTheDevil for]] [[EmpoweredBadassNormal a good]] [[LegionsOfHell reason.]]
* After [[spoiler:Lightning Cultist's death, Melody admits that she actually ''was'' terrified of Zephieye too (but was also genuinely angry). But she knew [=.GIFfany=] was afraid of her from her reaction to Zeskit bringing up her name back in Chapter 6. So, Melody essentially pulled a Kamina and acted like she was fearless against Zephieye, to try to rally some spirit back in to the Artificial Army.]]
* [=.GIFfany=] ''finally'' reuniting with Rumble. [[spoiler:They both reflect on what happened four months ago ]]
** What's better is that this wasn't intentional in-story. [[spoiler:Stan just-so-happened to have summoned the _ank _ills using Yank Yill's mask with no knowledge of what it even ''does'', and figured out that he could have flown by packing them in Oank's scythe. He also comes across Rumble because Kank referenced him, and ended up flying to the six-fusion ship without really remembering his relationship with [=.GIFfany=] (no, he was not around when Zeskit flat-out got her to confess that their relationship went downhill after Weirdmageddon made him think in a new way but not her -- he and Ford were fighting Pyronica at the time) ]]
* In the climax of the story, each of the main six deals one blow on Pyronica at a time before they all team up to do a finishing ass-smack on her simultaneously. During the former event, each of them gives an AndThisIsFor. They're all completely selfless things:
-->'''Stan:''' ''This'' is for the thirty-plus years of pain you gave to my brother!\\
'''Ford:''' And this is for setting my nephew and niece on fire!\\
'''Darlene:'''
* ''The entire ending.''
** [[spoiler:The epilogue opens up with an inversion of a Cerebus Call Back to the first chapter -- Soos and Melody are both working on repairing a boat (or in this case, the six-way temple ship fusion) when [=.GIFfany=] pops in through an electronic to say "Hi Soos!" Stan is also climbing around a cavern when Darlene pops in to say "Boo!" The difference here? Both of those cases are a legitimately harmless greeting and friendly tease respectively, in contrast to the beginning where they're alone on an island and the respective supernatural women are either planning on killing them or would threaten to kill them if they don't follow her. As for Ford, considering how Pyronica wasn't redeemed and ultimately got killed off? He's greeted by ''Mabel'' doing Stan's smoke-in from the original show's intro, ]]
** [[spoiler:The Artificial Army setting up a sexy ecchi/hentai-themed tourist trap right next to the Mystery Shack might seem like a dick move, except they have a rule that people are forbidden to enter without going to the Mystery Shack itself first. They don't care about profit; they just wanted the New Mr. Mystery to get more attention. Granted, it's through Sex Sells, but still.]]

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[[/folder]]

Technically, no. There's two characters, each with a different lost arm (Dipper for the right, Pacifica for the left). And two, each with a different lost leg (Nzyvo for the right, Mabel for the left). In EFFI this got a nod: Pacifica temporarily loses control of her left arm when Mank Mill cuts its "soul" and forces her to "regrow her soul there" (soul magic is weird); Dipper and Mabel lose the exact same limbs they did in ''Journals'' when Pyronica burns them. Nzyvo just doesn't exist because she's a deliberately stupid parody VillainSue.

* [=.GIFfany=] initially made the Artificial Army to serve as a sexy "harem"-themed trap for Soos and Melody (and, at first, as tools to help her build things). However, the former never completely sees them that way [[spoiler:until near the end]]. Aside from the minor plot point in Chapter 5 where they're about to punish Prime, he just views them as a group GIFfany=]'s mask of friends that happen to look attractive and enjoy running around naked.
** [=.GIFfany=] has a conversation in the hot springs with Melody where she basically confesses that she considers the Artificial Army to sort-of be friends, or even a pseudo-family (though that drops). Note that this is ''before'' her proper MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment kicks in, and yet she's still being genuinely honest about herself to Melody and about the people that she was reportedly angry about in [[FanFic/RunGifocalypse another "reality" by the same author.]]
* Stan and Darlene legitimately getting along in Chapter 3.
* [=.GIFfany=] 9 and 1's reunion after the Zeskit battle.
* News of Stan, Ford, Soos, and Melody being stranded for four months really caught on, because once they '''finally''' make it back to civilization in Chapter 9, they're greeted with most of the town holding a giant banner reading "WELCOME BACK!" It also ties in to how they've become seen as heroes over the events of canon prior.
* ''Every single [=.GIFfany=] Instance'' immediately jumping to Melody's defense
choice when trying to disguise as one of the Lightning Cultist insults her. Even the Antifire Captain/Burrda, who normally rarely says anything, gives a hearty [[PrecisionFStrike "FUCK YOU!"]] to her. Keep in mind that they are all horrified of her, [[BlackMagic and]] [[DealWithTheDevil for]] [[EmpoweredBadassNormal a good]] [[LegionsOfHell reason.]]
* After [[spoiler:Lightning Cultist's death, Melody admits that she actually ''was'' terrified of Zephieye too (but was also genuinely angry). But she knew [=.GIFfany=] was afraid of her from her reaction to Zeskit bringing up her name back in Chapter 6. So, Melody essentially pulled a Kamina and acted like she was fearless against Zephieye, to try to rally some spirit back in to the Artificial Army.]]
* [=.GIFfany=] ''finally'' reuniting with Rumble. [[spoiler:They both reflect on what happened four months ago ]]
** What's better is that this wasn't intentional in-story. [[spoiler:Stan just-so-happened to have summoned the _ank _ills using Yank Yill's mask with no knowledge of what it even ''does'', and figured out that he could have flown by packing them in Oank's scythe. He also comes across Rumble because Kank referenced him, and ended up flying to the six-fusion ship without really remembering his relationship with [=.GIFfany=] (no, he was not around when Zeskit flat-out got her to confess that their relationship went downhill after Weirdmageddon made him think in a new way but not her -- he and Ford were fighting Pyronica at the time) ]]
* In the climax of the story, each of the main six deals one blow on Pyronica at a time before they all team up to do a finishing ass-smack on her simultaneously. During the former event, each of them gives an AndThisIsFor. They're all completely selfless things:
-->'''Stan:''' ''This'' is for the thirty-plus years of pain you gave to my brother!\\
'''Ford:''' And this is for setting my nephew and niece on fire!\\
'''Darlene:'''
* ''The entire ending.''
** [[spoiler:The epilogue opens up with an inversion of a Cerebus Call Back to the first chapter -- Soos and Melody are both working on repairing a boat (or in this case, the six-way temple ship fusion) when [=.GIFfany=] pops in through an electronic to say "Hi Soos!" Stan is also climbing around a cavern when Darlene pops in to say "Boo!" The difference here? Both of those cases are a legitimately harmless greeting and friendly tease respectively, in contrast to the beginning where they're alone on an island and the respective supernatural women are either planning on killing them or would threaten to kill them if they don't follow her. As for Ford, considering how Pyronica wasn't redeemed and ultimately got killed off? He's greeted by ''Mabel''
Cultists (and doing Stan's smoke-in from a bad job at it) in ''Escape From Fanservice Island''.
* One of PNG Form [=.GIFfany=]'s attacks --
the original show's intro, ]]
** [[spoiler:The Artificial Army setting up a sexy ecchi/hentai-themed tourist trap right next to the Mystery Shack might seem like a dick move, except they have a rule that people are forbidden to enter without going to the Mystery Shack itself first. They don't care about profit; they just wanted the New Mr. Mystery to get more attention. Granted, it's through Sex Sells, but still.]]

[[/folder]]
"Mega Satan" beam -- in ''MUGEN'' when summoned.
* The name of Unitia Prime's "ultimate form" battle theme.
16th Jul '17 5:44:42 PM greatpikminfan
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Okay so in Joel's ''Bubsy [=3D=]'' stream the comments were joking about if ''Bubsy''[='=]s getting memed back to life so should this "VideoGame/DrakeOfThe99Dragons" game. I've never heard of it but I'm assuming it's ba--

"Hey am I invincible? Well I'm gonna find out by jumping out of a building. (DIES.)"

Holy crap that's glorious. That's like something out of ''FanFic/LightAndDarkTheAdventuresOfDarkYagami''. Somebody, find a way to make an entire 90-ish minute movie based on that moment and that moment alone.



[This below part might be outdated.]



Character sheet for ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and its related media. '''Beware of spoilers, especially the story's number of which that happen on the first chapter.'''



** Support (For Carlson, see ''Astronaut Knight''[='=]s page)[[note]][[/note]]

to:

** Support (For Carlson, see ''Astronaut Knight''[='=]s page)[[note]][[/note]]page)[[note]]Forest Dwellers in general, Jim, [[/note]]



** BLOODSHOT[[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith, Hacksa, Revealica, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, The Chained, [...] Earl (Intubble)[[/note]]

to:

** BLOODSHOT[[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith, Hacksa, Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, The Chained, [...] Master Master, Earl (Intubble)[[/note]]



Main characters...?:

to:

[[folder:The Intriguing Group as a Whole]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Steve Badvillain]]

[[/folder]]

----

Main characters...?:
?/Humans:



* TheAce: Carlson can become good at nearly any physical and/or mental activity, while Prime has both the skills to grow an army and all sorts of fighting magic abilities up her slee-- er... behind her back?
* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Inverted. Carlson's primary weapon is his Diamond Boomerang, which has long range and can home in on anything. The Shadow Mass shared by all of the Unitias, but used by Prime mainly as her ''"unique"'' ability (teleportation) is an evasive skill rather than an offensive skill, is more suited to melee combat.
* RedOniBlueOni: Carlson is the blue to Prime's red, although both of them can be pretty damn red a lot of the time.
* StoryBreakerPower: [=DeepWater=] was inspired by ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' to try to make two ''unusually'' (as in, they are overpowered in fairly non-traditional ways) overpowered heroes that compliment one-another by being skilled at different fields: one having raw, undefeatable fighting ability and the other having everything else. He claims the villains aren't buffed accordingly; he's actually buffing ''the heroes'', as it's his ''antagonists'' in his previous works that tend to be ridiculously powerful.
** Carlson has ridiculous luck, which may or may not be directly linked to his ability to become an InstantExpert in almost anything he does. One time, when stuck in a cave while he was already stranded on an island, he tried carving a boomerang out of the one source abundant around him -- diamond (it was also part of his luck that he found a ''massive'' diamond vein in the first place). The resulting diamond boomerang was so good that it could seemingly break the laws of physics as it automatically homes in on enemies regardless of how Carlson throws it, and always returns to him.
** For Prime: [Get to that later, maybe they won't all be on the same side, so she doesn't exactly have an "infinite army." Maybe just the limitless teleportation is enough.]

to:

* TheAce: Carlson can become good at nearly any physical and/or mental activity, while Prime has both the skills to grow an army and all sorts of fighting magic abilities up her slee-- er... behind her back?
* GuysSmashGirlsShoot: Inverted. Carlson's primary weapon is his Diamond Boomerang, which has long range and can home in on anything. The Shadow Mass shared by all of the Unitias, but used by Prime mainly as her ''"unique"'' ability (teleportation) is an evasive skill rather than an offensive skill, is more suited to melee combat.
* RedOniBlueOni: Carlson is the blue to Prime's red, although both of them can be pretty damn red a lot of the time.
* StoryBreakerPower: [=DeepWater=] was inspired by ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' to try to make two ''unusually'' (as in, they are overpowered in fairly non-traditional ways) overpowered heroes that compliment one-another by being skilled at different fields: one having raw, undefeatable fighting ability and the other having everything else. He claims the villains aren't buffed accordingly; he's actually buffing ''the heroes'', as it's his ''antagonists'' in his previous works that tend to be ridiculously powerful.
** Carlson has ridiculous luck, which may or may not be directly linked to his ability to become an InstantExpert in almost anything he does. One time, when stuck in a cave while he was already stranded on an island, he tried carving a boomerang out of the one source abundant around him -- diamond (it was also part of his luck that he found a ''massive'' diamond vein in the first place). The resulting diamond boomerang was so good that it could seemingly break the laws of physics as it automatically homes in on enemies regardless of how Carlson throws it, and always returns to him.
** For Prime: [Get to that later, maybe they won't all be on the same side, so she doesn't exactly have an "infinite army." Maybe just the limitless teleportation is enough.]




[[folder:Unitia Prime, "The Dark Zipper" [Gonna rework this, mainly by possibly no longer making her the "prime" one] ]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Attributes: [[InfiniteSupplies Limitless]] and [[ImplacableMan Restless]][[note]]Trust us, it was pretty difficult getting a relatively worksafe image of her[[/note]] ]]

to:

[[folder:Stella]]



[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unitia Prime, "The Dark Zipper" [Gonna rework this, mainly by possibly no longer making her the "prime" one] one EDIT: Also maybe she won't be the protagonist, like a villain instead. This whole section is outdated] ]]

[[caption-width-right:250:Attributes: [[InfiniteSupplies Limitless]] and [[ImplacableMan Restless]][[note]]Trust [[caption-width-right:250: [[note]]Trust us, it was pretty difficult getting a relatively worksafe image of her[[/note]] ]]



* BlackAndGreyMorality: Far from the nicest people around and obsessive stalkers, but they generally only go after those that are dumb enough to egg them on. BLOODSHOT, from the main SBIG, is just a bunch of assholes compared to them. In fact, even ''[[EvenEvilHasStandards they]]'' think that BLOODSHOT goes a bit too far



** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator NeedsMoreDeepWater would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]

to:

** The "least clothed" version of each image in Date Mode has the Unitia's naughtiest part just barely covered by bits of their element; for Origin, once you get to the variants where her shorts are gone, she's ''barely'' pixellated anyway with a banner on top saying "[[BrownNote MENTAL HAZARD OBSCURED FOR YOUR SAFETY.]]" [[TrollingCreator NeedsMoreDeepWater [=NeedsMoreDeepWater=] would release the uncensored version exactly one year after the game came out, saying that he was just joking when his dev blog said that it would permanently be covered. Much to the frustration of fanartists who tried to photoshop their own version.]]



I like how nobody pointed out that I've actually toned down one key aspect of [=.GIgaFfany=]'s (that's what I'm calling her now. It's after Gigadeon Graves from the ''Scott Pilgrim'' game, which I swear I knew nothing about when I wrote ''run:gifocalypse'') design. Namely, that the breasts of the robot don't have nipples, when ''run:gifocalypse'' explicitely said that they did.

So, you whine and moan about censorship (to be fair, in some cases I do think the whining is justified) when it happens to your pretty waifus. But where the hell are you when it's an Earth-sized monstrosity with a wheel of eyes, vein-looking pipes and wires, a bunch of eldritch tentacle junk for "feet," a necklace made of metal clumps that look like anatomically correct hearts, a strechy film projector for a mouth that displays "hyper-realistic" lips most of the time, and overall looks like the result of one of Paul Robertson's nightmares having a child with Photoshop Flowey, suddenly everyone goes silent?

-->''You gotta give GPF credit for making "Omega [=.GIFfany=]'s" "normal form," when she appears in that movie projection-mouth, original sprites instead of just taking her sprites from the show. He actually could get away with just ripping her canon poses, but instead he draws new sprites for her while she taunts and laughs at you.''



But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Pyronica, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

----

[[folder:It almost certainly won't happen, but still...]]

-->'''GPF:''' Hey I ended up making more nice [=.GIFfanys=] than mean ones in my fan fiction, I kind of want to do something else that takes the premise of them being an army of stalkers. But then again I don't want to just trash the concept of my nicer [=.GIFfanys=]. So, what I'm doing is making two original stories, each of them takes one of the ideas. So that I don't really have to make firm choices on one or the other. Let me describe those stories thusly:\\
''' ''Emazh In'':''' "Here's a band of cuties that at worst are a little mean (and three-ish token villains) but they grow in to become better people. It's idealistic and junk."\\
''' ''Astronaut Knight'':''' "Here's a band of bloodthirsty evil sociopaths that are all gunning after one guy in a black comedy manner. It's a tiny bit cynical as well, just to see if I can try writing that stuff even though I don't like cynicism."\\
'''EI Fandom:''' You know what would be an interesting concept? If we took characters that were originally cuties that at worst are a little mean and turn them in to bloodthirsty evil sociopaths!\\
'''AK Fandom:''' You know what would be an interesting concept? If we took characters that were originally bloodthirsty evil sociopaths and turn them in to cuties that at worst are a little mean!\\
'''GPF:''' Fuck it, I'm quitting the internet. Thanks to you guys and your black and white "morality swap" [=AUs=], I'm working on television from now on. My first goal is to make a reality show that will end up appearing on every channel, including the "100% Guarantee No Reality Shows!" channel. So if you're wondering why the Serious Business Network or whatever (made up name) is suddenly airing ratings-grab shows about idiots living together, you only have yourselves to blame for driving me to write that.

[[/folder]]

* [...] What does the SCP ''do'' that's so horrible and apocalyptic? [[spoiler:It gives you ''really'' bad diarrhea]]. The sheer over-the-top and ''really long'' description of how bad the [[spoiler:diarrhea]] gets CrossesTheLineTwice pretty quickly, and becomes something pretty amusing:
-->[[spoiler:Following this, the gates of Hell open up within the subject's intestines as Satan himself violates the subject's anal canal with a pickaxe. A sudden SK-Class Scorched Earth Scenario completely razes the interior lining of the afflicted's digestive tract as unholy murderflame rages throughout in a demonic vortex with a temperature of roughly ''HOLY-CRAP-ON-A-CUPCAKE'' degrees Kelvin.]]

!! Heroic Characters

[[folder:Adam]]

A man with the intention to slay evil, even though all he has with him are a cardboard sword and shield. And no clothing what-so-ever.

* ButtMonkey: Dear lord, especially in the second game. He's
* HeroicMime: While he doesn't actually ''talk'' in-game apart from the responses you can give him during conversations, he's ''extremely'' expressive and just about has a personality of his own otherwise.
* MrFanservice: He's not ''terrible'' looking (the biggest problem is that, maybe, he looks a little too lanky) and players are treated to the sight of his bare naked ass for most of both games.
* PrecisionFStrike: The only time in either game where he swears if when a Wisp offers you a side-quest that involves fetching a [[spoiler:Flower Bacon strip]] from Killhorse City. One of his response options is "FUCK THAT SHIT!" the Wisp will actually understand if you say that.
* TheLastOfHisKind: He's pretty sure that he's the only human left on the planet. [[spoiler:Both final bosses are exceptions to this rule, but they both die before he can find out too much more about his situation as one of the only apparent human beings around.]]

[[/folder]]

[[foder:Wisps in General]]

Your main friendly species of the game, and once again [=DeepWater=] is using a species of barely-dressed superpowered humanoid women as that. Well, "superpowered" ''might'' not be that accurate since their skills are downright mundane compared to the god-like Unitias and the powerful Emazhes, but

The first game only had three of them apart from the Elder, and they were all running side-quests. By the sequel, this count exploded to ''900'' of them.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Elder Wisp]]

The leader of the Wisps, your guide, and the only one who actually looks older than being in her twenties.

* FanDisservice: She looks ''really old'', yet still wears the "standard" Wisp outfit.
* MrExposition: The one who tells you things, which is her main role. What's keeping her from being a figurative ExpositionFairy is that she shows up very infrequently in both games, doesn't tag along, and her role is more of Adam's mentor.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Wolves]]

A band of talking wolves that discovered Adam by the beach shoreline and raised him. As he entered adulthood, they kicked him out and told him to go find his own place to live, which eventually resulted in him being an unofficial warrior living with and working for the Wisps.

[[/folder]]

!! Villains (Unmarked spoilers for the first game!)

[[folder:Bosses -- ''5x5'']]

!! Cold Dragon

!! Warm Dragon

!! Blood Dragon

!! The Red Knight

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bosses -- ''5x5 2'']]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enemies -- Introduced in ''5x5'']]

[Blah blah blah...]

!! Killhorse

A race of "centaurs" where the upper half is humanoid, and the lower half is that of a skeletal horse.

* EliteMook:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enemies -- Introduced in ''5x5 2'']]

[[/folder]]

!! Others

to:

But both of those got me thinking about a semi-legit, kind of long-ish story involving the three of them. Especially as I had looked around and found that, to my knowledge, nobody has actually done a story about the three of them. (Nothing was advertized as such on fanfiction.net. In Archive of Our Own, with unlimited character tagging, it's more definite -- there's barely any [=.GIFfany=]-tagged fics, and fewer Darlene ones. By the way, no, copy-paste "It's ''really similar'' to the events of the show down to conversations happening word for word but ''I swear'' after 39 chapters totally new content will happen! See! Dipper and Pacifica actually kiss here! They didn't in the show! Yes, all that copy-paste was completely necessary for that!" doesn't count.) So I think I ended up with the embrassing honor of writing fanfiction.net's first-ever fic with naked [=.GIFfany=], naked Pyronica, Melody, naked Darlene, and Pyronica (who was already naked) at the same time and antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's "Stanhood." (When I say "antics about Ford and Soos' asses with Stan's 'Stanhood,'" I don't mean like THAT. There's no fhacking going on between man and brother, or man and son-figure. If you want Stan fhacking then there's ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', but it's not with another Pines it's with the Summerween Trickster.)

----

[[folder:It almost certainly won't happen,
[[folder:Junk]]

* [=.GIFfany=] initially made the Artificial Army to serve as a sexy "harem"-themed trap for Soos and Melody (and, at first, as tools to help her build things). However, the former never completely sees them that way [[spoiler:until near the end]]. Aside from the minor plot point in Chapter 5 where they're about to punish Prime, he just views them as a group of friends that happen to look attractive and enjoy running around naked.
** [=.GIFfany=] has a conversation in the hot springs with Melody where she basically confesses that she considers the Artificial Army to sort-of be friends, or even a pseudo-family (though that drops). Note that this is ''before'' her proper MyGodWhatHaveIDone moment kicks in, and yet she's still being genuinely honest about herself to Melody and about the people that she was reportedly angry about in [[FanFic/RunGifocalypse another "reality" by the same author.]]
* Stan and Darlene legitimately getting along in Chapter 3.
* [=.GIFfany=] 9 and 1's reunion after the Zeskit battle.
* News of Stan, Ford, Soos, and Melody being stranded for four months really caught on, because once they '''finally''' make it back to civilization in Chapter 9, they're greeted with most of the town holding a giant banner reading "WELCOME BACK!" It also ties in to how they've become seen as heroes over the events of canon prior.
* ''Every single [=.GIFfany=] Instance'' immediately jumping to Melody's defense when the Lightning Cultist insults her. Even the Antifire Captain/Burrda, who normally rarely says anything, gives a hearty [[PrecisionFStrike "FUCK YOU!"]] to her. Keep in mind that they are all horrified of her, [[BlackMagic and]] [[DealWithTheDevil for]] [[EmpoweredBadassNormal a good]] [[LegionsOfHell reason.]]
* After [[spoiler:Lightning Cultist's death, Melody admits that she actually ''was'' terrified of Zephieye too (but was also genuinely angry). But she knew [=.GIFfany=] was afraid of her from her reaction to Zeskit bringing up her name back in Chapter 6. So, Melody essentially pulled a Kamina and acted like she was fearless against Zephieye, to try to rally some spirit back in to the Artificial Army.]]
* [=.GIFfany=] ''finally'' reuniting with Rumble. [[spoiler:They both reflect on what happened four months ago ]]
** What's better is that this wasn't intentional in-story. [[spoiler:Stan just-so-happened to have summoned the _ank _ills using Yank Yill's mask with no knowledge of what it even ''does'', and figured out that he could have flown by packing them in Oank's scythe. He also comes across Rumble because Kank referenced him, and ended up flying to the six-fusion ship without really remembering his relationship with [=.GIFfany=] (no, he was not around when Zeskit flat-out got her to confess that their relationship went downhill after Weirdmageddon made him think in a new way
but still...not her -- he and Ford were fighting Pyronica at the time) ]]
* In the climax of the story, each of the main six deals one blow on Pyronica at a time before they all team up to do a finishing ass-smack on her simultaneously. During the former event, each of them gives an AndThisIsFor. They're all completely selfless things:
-->'''Stan:''' ''This'' is for the thirty-plus years of pain you gave to my brother!\\
'''Ford:''' And this is for setting my nephew and niece on fire!\\
'''Darlene:'''
* ''The entire ending.''
** [[spoiler:The epilogue opens up with an inversion of a Cerebus Call Back to the first chapter -- Soos and Melody are both working on repairing a boat (or in this case, the six-way temple ship fusion) when [=.GIFfany=] pops in through an electronic to say "Hi Soos!" Stan is also climbing around a cavern when Darlene pops in to say "Boo!" The difference here? Both of those cases are a legitimately harmless greeting and friendly tease respectively, in contrast to the beginning where they're alone on an island and the respective supernatural women are either planning on killing them or would threaten to kill them if they don't follow her. As for Ford, considering how Pyronica wasn't redeemed and ultimately got killed off? He's greeted by ''Mabel'' doing Stan's smoke-in from the original show's intro, ]]
** [[spoiler:The Artificial Army setting up a sexy ecchi/hentai-themed tourist trap right next to the Mystery Shack might seem like a dick move, except they have a rule that people are forbidden to enter without going to the Mystery Shack itself first. They don't care about profit; they just wanted the New Mr. Mystery to get more attention. Granted, it's through Sex Sells, but still.
]]

-->'''GPF:''' Hey I ended up making more nice [=.GIFfanys=] than mean ones in my fan fiction, I kind of want to do something else that takes the premise of them being an army of stalkers. But then again I don't want to just trash the concept of my nicer [=.GIFfanys=]. So, what I'm doing is making two original stories, each of them takes one of the ideas. So that I don't really have to make firm choices on one or the other. Let me describe those stories thusly:\\
''' ''Emazh In'':''' "Here's a band of cuties that at worst are a little mean (and three-ish token villains) but they grow in to become better people. It's idealistic and junk."\\
''' ''Astronaut Knight'':''' "Here's a band of bloodthirsty evil sociopaths that are all gunning after one guy in a black comedy manner. It's a tiny bit cynical as well, just to see if I can try writing that stuff even though I don't like cynicism."\\
'''EI Fandom:''' You know what would be an interesting concept? If we took characters that were originally cuties that at worst are a little mean and turn them in to bloodthirsty evil sociopaths!\\
'''AK Fandom:''' You know what would be an interesting concept? If we took characters that were originally bloodthirsty evil sociopaths and turn them in to cuties that at worst are a little mean!\\
'''GPF:''' Fuck it, I'm quitting the internet. Thanks to you guys and your black and white "morality swap" [=AUs=], I'm working on television from now on. My first goal is to make a reality show that will end up appearing on every channel, including the "100% Guarantee No Reality Shows!" channel. So if you're wondering why the Serious Business Network or whatever (made up name) is suddenly airing ratings-grab shows about idiots living together, you only have yourselves to blame for driving me to write that.

[[/folder]]

* [...] What does the SCP ''do'' that's so horrible and apocalyptic? [[spoiler:It gives you ''really'' bad diarrhea]]. The sheer over-the-top and ''really long'' description of how bad the [[spoiler:diarrhea]] gets CrossesTheLineTwice pretty quickly, and becomes something pretty amusing:
-->[[spoiler:Following this, the gates of Hell open up within the subject's intestines as Satan himself violates the subject's anal canal with a pickaxe. A sudden SK-Class Scorched Earth Scenario completely razes the interior lining of the afflicted's digestive tract as unholy murderflame rages throughout in a demonic vortex with a temperature of roughly ''HOLY-CRAP-ON-A-CUPCAKE'' degrees Kelvin.]]

!! Heroic Characters

[[folder:Adam]]

A man with the intention to slay evil, even though all he has with him are a cardboard sword and shield. And no clothing what-so-ever.

* ButtMonkey: Dear lord, especially in the second game. He's
* HeroicMime: While he doesn't actually ''talk'' in-game apart from the responses you can give him during conversations, he's ''extremely'' expressive and just about has a personality of his own otherwise.
* MrFanservice: He's not ''terrible'' looking (the biggest problem is that, maybe, he looks a little too lanky) and players are treated to the sight of his bare naked ass for most of both games.
* PrecisionFStrike: The only time in either game where he swears if when a Wisp offers you a side-quest that involves fetching a [[spoiler:Flower Bacon strip]] from Killhorse City. One of his response options is "FUCK THAT SHIT!" the Wisp will actually understand if you say that.
* TheLastOfHisKind: He's pretty sure that he's the only human left on the planet. [[spoiler:Both final bosses are exceptions to this rule, but they both die before he can find out too much more about his situation as one of the only apparent human beings around.]]

[[/folder]]

[[foder:Wisps in General]]

Your main friendly species of the game, and once again [=DeepWater=] is using a species of barely-dressed superpowered humanoid women as that. Well, "superpowered" ''might'' not be that accurate since their skills are downright mundane compared to the god-like Unitias and the powerful Emazhes, but

The first game only had three of them apart from the Elder, and they were all running side-quests. By the sequel, this count exploded to ''900'' of them.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Elder Wisp]]

The leader of the Wisps, your guide, and the only one who actually looks older than being in her twenties.

* FanDisservice: She looks ''really old'', yet still wears the "standard" Wisp outfit.
* MrExposition: The one who tells you things, which is her main role. What's keeping her from being a figurative ExpositionFairy is that she shows up very infrequently in both games, doesn't tag along, and her role is more of Adam's mentor.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Wolves]]

A band of talking wolves that discovered Adam by the beach shoreline and raised him. As he entered adulthood, they kicked him out and told him to go find his own place to live, which eventually resulted in him being an unofficial warrior living with and working for the Wisps.

[[/folder]]

!! Villains (Unmarked spoilers for the first game!)

[[folder:Bosses -- ''5x5'']]

!! Cold Dragon

!! Warm Dragon

!! Blood Dragon

!! The Red Knight

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bosses -- ''5x5 2'']]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enemies -- Introduced in ''5x5'']]

[Blah blah blah...]

!! Killhorse

A race of "centaurs" where the upper half is humanoid, and the lower half is that of a skeletal horse.

* EliteMook:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enemies -- Introduced in ''5x5 2'']]

[[/folder]]

!! Others
[[/folder]]
8th Jul '17 3:01:18 AM greatpikminfan
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'''Screw ???''' I hate playing as that blue bastard, partly because of his actual gimmick of never being able to have red hearts and partly because maybe I'm unlucky. It seems like my runs conspire to give me bad items, and just when I think that I just gone through all the "bad items" from that list, the next run gives me worse things. Started off with something kind of meh like the game's million revenge items (When your only sources of health are a lot rarer than the common red hearts, '''I'm trying to make it harder for enemies to hit me.''' Things like Dead Bird and Infested, which activate after being hit, are fucking horrible in the long run when you're relying on soul hearts)? Well, here's two item rooms in a row with actives that aren't even better than his starting Poop. Not even boss pools are that reliable, given the number of Mom items that do nothing but boost your range. Which are near-useless for nearly all characters unless you've taken something that seriously nukes your range like Number One, because I quickly find my characters able to shoot across a whole room horizontally.

If tinted rocks spawn, bombs don't. Want Relic or Dark Bum? Fuck you. Want Brimstone? Only when you make it to a devil room with three or less soul hearts and no way to get more. Pills? Boom, health down and bad trip, and unlike playing as other characters, you can't just turn these in to health ups without being near-death.

Lost at least can travel over stuff as can his tears, he unlocks a shield so that he can take two hits per room (if you've taken enough damage as ???, he does not get that luxury; half a soul heart in chapters 1 through 3 or one soul heart in chapters 4+? One hit, and it's game over), and he takes deals for free, so at least he has some advantages becides like a tiny handful of items being useful because no red hearts (and even then, this isn't Vanilla or ''Wrath of the Lamb'' anymore; anyone else can have no red hearts without dying). From what I gather Keeper is like ???'s bad-ness on badness steroids so I'm gonna dread him once I actually unlock him, because right now I have to grind Greed. (Not Greedier. No way. I don't care if the jam rate is higher. I have a lot more fun on Greed Mode.)



** "Soos... I just want to let you know... no hard feelings, okay? Melody... HARD FEELINGS. HARD FEELINGS, ALL RIGHT!" [[spoiler:Zephieye Smith, AKA "The Lightning Cultist"]]

to:

** "Soos... "Just let her know what a mistake I made. I wasted my entire life... just want to let try to end yours." [[spoiler:A Lightning Cult mook]]
** [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} "Heh... that's the best question...
you know... no hard feelings, okay? Melody... HARD FEELINGS. HARD FEELINGS, ALL RIGHT!" could have ever asked..."]] [[spoiler:Zephieye Smith, AKA "The Lightning Cultist"]]



** "Later, dudes." [[spoiler:Soos. Although the Hexagram Emergency is used to revive him]] [I might not kill off the main six pre-Hexagram Emergency, it may border too much on ripping off ''Homestuck''. It will also contradict the {{fauxshadowing}}/genuine {{foreshadowing}} with the "They Weep" poem. Ford's HeroicSacrifice is something I still might wanna keep though.]
** "Did I do it? I still did it, right?" [[spoiler:Stanley Pines, who is also revived shortly after via the Hexagram Emergency]]
** "The only lesson you needed to learn was that I was terrible. I hope this will make up for it. EAT THIS, YOU FIRE-WITCH!" [[spoiler:Darlene, ''also'' revived by the Hexagram Emergency]]
** "Hang in there and stay calm, kids! Everything is going to be--" [[spoiler:Stanford Pines, another one revived by the Hexagram Emergency]]
** "[=.GIFfany=]... I'm not scared anymore. But still, hold me." [[spoiler:Melody, yet another Hexagram Emergency revival]]
** "...Then I will still feel like I have closure, and I know that we can find a way to win regardless." [[spoiler:[=.GIFfany=] (Prime/1), maybe. She gets healed by the Hexagram Emergency before we find out if her injuries count as "fatal" or not. For context, she said this in response to being asked what would happen if th Hexagram Emergency did not actually revive the other five]]


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Beginning of the fic: "Now why in the world would Melody hang out with [=.GIFfany=]? She's such a bad influence."

Chapters 8-11: "Why would [=.GIFfany=] hang out with this Melody? She's become such a bad influence."

Chapters 12 and 13: "They're both better now and I think I have a new crack OTP."


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General Edgyness:
* CerebusSyndrome:
** ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' probably holds the record of GPF's most drastic, in part because Fan said that he wanted the second half to feel like "an enormous emotional rollercoaster." The narrative itself has a very joke-y attitude through most of the beginning, and the first four chapters can largely be summed up as shenanigans done by Stan, Ford, Soos, Melody, [=.GIFfany=], Darlene, and Pyronica on an island as all seven of them are made naked through contrivance and all of them have a lot of emphasis on their asses (for [[{{Fanservice}} better]] or for [[FanDisservice worse]]). There ''is'' quite a lot of foreshadowing (although some of it was ret-conned in later, and some of it was admitted to be Fan copying Creator/AndrewHussie's technique of "putting in a lot of details first with less of a clear goal, and ''then'' making sure the new plot elements tie in with those details"), but '''nothing''' in the first four chapters -- even the relatively serious one with Ford and Pyronica -- imply that the fic is going to be anything ''close'' to what it turns in to during the Lightning Cultist Arc onwards. In Chapter 5, the three storylines told across the previous chapters come together and there's a little plot about rescuing [=.GIFfany=] while Pyronica strikes a deal with her virtual army. Then the Troll is introduced: He's not ''that'' serious and even has an intentionally half-assed design, but given that he [[spoiler:kidnaps the group and wants to turn them in to living batteries]], he's kind of a mild KnightOfCerebus. [[spoiler:Then Darlene kills him in the fic's first real fight scene, and the narrative joke-y attitude comes to a ''complete'' stop as the Troll spends his last moment giving a warning before diving off his own fortress creation.]] It later becomes increasingly apparent that Pyronica is actually more of a villain than the other six, the Lightning Cultist doesn't fuck around, and that the fic is going to set out to [[DeconstructionFic smash a bunch of fanservice tropes with a sledgehammer.]] Chapter 7, while the introduction of the Lightning Cultist is a bit serious, turns out to just be the ''preface'' for the physical and emotional struggles the characters face as they [[spoiler:make it back to land, set forth to gather the Sage Guide Swords, and live up to the Hexagram Emergency.]]
** Its LighterAndSofter predecessor, ''run:gifocalypse'', has this as well, conveniently divided in to three "Arcs." Arc 1
** ''SBIG'' downplays this. GPF said that he pretty much always wanted at least ''some'' element of sillyness, given that the whole thing is based on StylisticSuck as part of his quest to write something deliberately SoBadItsGood. Yet it began with a pair of continuity-less ''Ed, Edd n Eddy'' fan fics that exaggerate everything, before ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' comes and introduces a slightly longer and more coherant story that's still dumb (a main character is basically a Charlie Sheen knockoff as a literal rockstar from Mars). Then Fan decided to give some minor characters from HUC their own, longer spinoff which had even ''more'' continuity. Then he had the idea to tie most, but not all, of the installments together.
* FanDisservice:
** In general, this guy writes [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] getting naked a ''lot''.
** ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' is bar none his most sexual fan work[[note]]His original stories have ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'' and moreso its spinoff ''Astronaut Knight Vs the Infinite Naked Women'' to compete with it[[/note]] yet. (Considering the slow climb from the "kind of pushing a little compared to canon but comes off as tame considering the internet" ''Total Zeksmit Plains'' to "some risque things are mentioned once in a blue moon" of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' to "okay, now you get the vibe that he doesn't care about covering butts and nipples" from ''run:gifocalypse''.) ''Bobby Hill's Ultimate Minecraft Harem'', which is just a full-blown comedy (EFFI can be described as [[SurpriseCreepy Surprise Drama]] and a DeconstructionFic), is its only competition. With that being said, it balances between actual fanservice and FanDisservice for a while before firmly swinging on the latter until the very end:
*** It's quite telling that [=.GIFfany=] in general serves as Great Pikmin Fan's general go-to MsFanservice of his ''Gravity Falls'' fanworks while simultaneously being the Ms. Fan ''Disservice'', and this story is no exception. She
*** In Chapter 5, Soos and Melody each spank [=.GIFfany=] in the ass as part of "punishment" for what she did in canon and, to a lesser extent, Chapter 2. Right, this is while Stan, Ford, and Darlene are all watching (and the former is more-or-less Soos's ''father figure'', the latter is a complete strander to them) and [=.GIFfany=] openly complains about issues with the pair's... "excitement" over the subject.
*** Melody's nudity is [[{{BBW}} generally played for fanservice]] right up until [[spoiler:the gang successfully leaves the island and her sense of modesty comes back to hit her at full force. She, along with the others, now have to evade the police ]]
*** Pyronica. If her giant eye, messed up teeth, and general inhuman traits aren't a turn off, then her increasingly evil and psychotic actions ''will be''. Especially near the end of the story, where she [[spoiler:''roasts Dipper and Mabel alive'' (they're saved before she can kill them, but she permanently damages one of Dipper's arms and one of Mabel's legs)]]
*** The Cloth Moths would be standard nudifiers if not for the prose of them stripping their victims coming off more as ''trying to eat them whole''. They're inspired by a killer mosquito swarm in ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' (who, funnily enough, is commanded by a technicolored naked monster-woman -- similar to the [=.GIFfanys=], and there is one [=.GIFfany=] even based on her design-wise), specifically a scene where they absolutely cover a guy as they drain him in to a husk. These things only eat clothes... ''at first'', as after eating enough they enter a much more violent mode where they try to eat bodies down to the bone. The Lightning Cultist weaponizes this by trying to consume the Stans, and they barely end up escaping.
*** One of the bonuses is a non-canon strip of the gang (including Pyronica) having a sexy car wash. They're finally wearing something here, except it's in the form of nothing but long white T-shirts that become see-through when soaked and barely cover their waists. For a while, the four women wash various peoples' cars like this, with predictable results (some are less worksafe than others). Then [[{{Jerkass}} Zeskit]] comes in. "Conveniently," they all decide that they're sick and get the three men to replace them -- cue a loving description of two brothers in their sixties pouring water over one-another. Zeskit's reaction sums it up:
---->'''Zeskit:''' So uh, any of you PC nuts have any gas pumps so that I [[BrainBleach can light my eyes on fire?]]
*** The "harem" of [=.GIFfanys=] might seem unamusing, especially after Prime's HeelFaceTurn completes, but notice that in each scene with them literally sleeping with Soos and Melody that they're... kind of closing in around them, getting closer generally. Towards the end, Soos and Melody are completely surrounded by them and the narrative point-blank says that it's less easy to breathe in. ''The Artificial Army is practically '''suffocating''' them'' (if unintentionally) which is even eerier when you consider that ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' is one of this fic's inspirations and suffocation plays a part in the lore. What part? [[spoiler:The whole game is a dream as Isaac suffocates to death in his toy chest.]] Now, what would the "chest" represent? A popular theory that even gained some approval by Edmund himself is that [[spoiler:the game/chest/[[VideoGame/TimeFcuk "box"]] is a metaphor for being stuck in a person's fantasy world. By ]]
** ''run:gifocalypse'':
*** For some reason, the webcomic adaptation shows Risen-[=.GIFfany=]'s nipples, but hides the nipples of the other copies until the end (even topless copies are given the SceneryCensor treatment, no matter how absurd it would be). According to WordOfGod, it's because she's intended to be the creepiest of the bunch, and in fact the only one that's consistently played for horror (the others are mostly JerkassWoobie[=s=] at worst, Shannon is the only other "horror"-ish contender but even her attack is based on a misunderstanding and she technically never ends up topless during the events of Chapter 10), so it's most obvious with her that her nipples aren't sexualized, which to him counts as squeaking by the fic's self-given "Teen-ish" rating. She also does batshit crazy things like making out with a Soos dummy while throwing a Melody dummy in to a pit of sharks, and then there's the entirety of her battle. Also, in the leadup to it, she gives herself some BodyHorror forms (while thankfully fully clothed), including showing herself rotting to give an example of how real life involves growing old and dying, and turning her face in to [[TheBlank blank skin]] while a minature Stan, Dipper, Mabel, and Melody appear from it, stretching it as they try to get out. GPF said that the final battle with [=.GIFfany=] '''really''' pushes the "T"-rating, and he loves that.
---->'''Great Pikmin Fan:''' Protip: If you're insane, I'll show your boobs on a T-rated story. So if you want sane boobs, well... I'd recommend ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', but it's a stretch to consider everyone there sane after
*** [=.GIFfany=]'s OneWingedAngel form

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* ''5x5'':
** "" [[spoiler:Cold Dragon]]
** "" [[spoiler:Warm Dragon]]
** "" [[spoiler:Blood Dragon]]
** "Yes, another man. Another human man, at that. You're probably wondering why. Well... that secret is going to die with me! GAHAHAHAAH!" [[spoiler:The Red Knight]]
* ''5x5 2:'' (Whatever I called it on the main sandbox):



''Escape From Fanservice Island'', in brief, I guess could be described as what if Michael Bay wrote ''The Binding of Isaac'' and then slapped ''Gravity Falls'' characters on it. Maybe. I'm not that familiar with Bay's films except that there's a lot of explosions (EFFI actually lacks in the explosion department, especially in the first half) and that people like to make fun of his movies and that America.
* EDIT: After actually fighting Ultra Greedier, I can safetly say that THAT is ''Isaac'' written by Michael Bay. >:(



[[folder:It might not happen, but still...]]

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[[folder:It might not almost certainly won't happen, but still...]]



* GoingCommando:
** His ''MUGEN'' projects:
*** Template Man says in one victory quote that he hates his opponent more than he hates underwear, and he explains that this does mean that he's not wearing any himself. If you hit him with a "burn"-type attack (based on ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'', which gives temporary ClothingDamage), you can see that he's not lying.
*** Hank Hill wears boxer shorts, thank you. ''Omega'' Hank Hill, however, is a completely different person, so
** ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
*** Mabel apparently does this all the time, which is one of the reasons (the other being the obvious age difference) why she has a MagicSkirt in the MS Paint comic version while [[MsFanservice .GIFfany]] does not. It's suggested to half-run in the family, as Grunkle Ford is observed doing this when he's in [[ManInAKilt a kilt]] (''long story''). This leads to a SkirtsAndLadders moment where Dipper has to look away when both of them absolutely ''insist'' on climbing [[ItMakesSenseInContext a giant evil candy cane]] ahead of him. (Oddly, since the Nzyvo battle at Finalayer, Dipper does not mind the twins' "high-stump" where he basically fist-bumps her with their respective missing limbs. Mabel's is a leg, so she's always raising her leg up every time to bump his arm stub. She must be good at not letting anything show.) Combined with Stan's very openly sexual relationship with the Summerween Trickster, and Dipper's [[{{Squick}} seen more of his family than he ever wanted to.]]
---->'''Dipper, after an explosion tricks him in to looking up:''' Oh, '''JESUS!''' Mabel, you have to start wearing something under that!\\
'''Ford:''' Wait I think I can make it to the rope before the ground breaks. Let me try a super-flip.\\
''(Ford leaps from the ground and flips to the rope, landing between Dipper and Mabel. Another explosion from above and Wendy's scream trick Dipper in to looking up again.)''\\
'''Dipper:''' Oh, '''EVERY SINGLE DEITY THAT HAS EVER BEEN WORSHIPPED!''' Grunkle Ford, you know you could have worn underwear with the costume, right?!\\
'''Ford:''' Yes. But I normally don't.\\
'''Mabel:''' ''(Laughs.)'' That's another thing we have in common, then!
** ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'': For starters, all of the main characters either do this or have [[VaporWear the more obvious counterpart going on.]]
***

to:

* GoingCommando:
** His ''MUGEN'' projects:
*** Template Man says
[...] What does the SCP ''do'' that's so horrible and apocalyptic? [[spoiler:It gives you ''really'' bad diarrhea]]. The sheer over-the-top and ''really long'' description of how bad the [[spoiler:diarrhea]] gets CrossesTheLineTwice pretty quickly, and becomes something pretty amusing:
-->[[spoiler:Following this, the gates of Hell open up within the subject's intestines as Satan himself violates the subject's anal canal with a pickaxe. A sudden SK-Class Scorched Earth Scenario completely razes the interior lining of the afflicted's digestive tract as unholy murderflame rages throughout
in one victory quote a demonic vortex with a temperature of roughly ''HOLY-CRAP-ON-A-CUPCAKE'' degrees Kelvin.]]

!! Heroic Characters

[[folder:Adam]]

A man with the intention to slay evil, even though all he has with him are a cardboard sword and shield. And no clothing what-so-ever.

* ButtMonkey: Dear lord, especially in the second game. He's
* HeroicMime: While he doesn't actually ''talk'' in-game apart from the responses you can give him during conversations, he's ''extremely'' expressive and just about has a personality of his own otherwise.
* MrFanservice: He's not ''terrible'' looking (the biggest problem is that, maybe, he looks a little too lanky) and players are treated to the sight of his bare naked ass for most of both games.
* PrecisionFStrike: The only time in either game where he swears if when a Wisp offers you a side-quest
that he hates involves fetching a [[spoiler:Flower Bacon strip]] from Killhorse City. One of his opponent more than he hates underwear, and he explains that this does mean response options is "FUCK THAT SHIT!" the Wisp will actually understand if you say that.
* TheLastOfHisKind: He's pretty sure
that he's not wearing any himself. If you hit him with a "burn"-type attack (based the only human left on ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'', which gives temporary ClothingDamage), you can see that he's not lying.
*** Hank Hill wears boxer shorts, thank you. ''Omega'' Hank Hill, however, is a completely different person, so
** ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
*** Mabel apparently does
the planet. [[spoiler:Both final bosses are exceptions to this all the time, which is rule, but they both die before he can find out too much more about his situation as one of the reasons (the other being only apparent human beings around.]]

[[/folder]]

[[foder:Wisps in General]]

Your main friendly species of
the obvious age difference) why she has game, and once again [=DeepWater=] is using a MagicSkirt in species of barely-dressed superpowered humanoid women as that. Well, "superpowered" ''might'' not be that accurate since their skills are downright mundane compared to the MS Paint comic version while [[MsFanservice .GIFfany]] does not. It's suggested to half-run in god-like Unitias and the family, as Grunkle Ford is observed doing this when he's in [[ManInAKilt a kilt]] (''long story''). This leads to a SkirtsAndLadders moment where Dipper has to look away when both powerful Emazhes, but

The first game only had three
of them absolutely ''insist'' on climbing [[ItMakesSenseInContext a giant evil candy cane]] ahead of him. (Oddly, since the Nzyvo battle at Finalayer, Dipper does not mind the twins' "high-stump" where he basically fist-bumps her with their respective missing limbs. Mabel's is a leg, so she's always raising her leg up every time to bump his arm stub. She must be good at not letting anything show.) Combined with Stan's very openly sexual relationship with the Summerween Trickster, and Dipper's [[{{Squick}} seen more of his family than he ever wanted to.]]
---->'''Dipper, after an explosion tricks him in to looking up:''' Oh, '''JESUS!''' Mabel, you have to start wearing something under that!\\
'''Ford:''' Wait I think I can make it to the rope before the ground breaks. Let me try a super-flip.\\
''(Ford leaps
apart from the ground Elder, and flips to they were all running side-quests. By the rope, landing between Dipper and Mabel. Another explosion from above and Wendy's scream trick Dipper in sequel, this count exploded to looking up again.)''\\
'''Dipper:''' Oh, '''EVERY SINGLE DEITY THAT HAS EVER BEEN WORSHIPPED!''' Grunkle Ford, you know you could have worn underwear with the costume, right?!\\
'''Ford:''' Yes. But I normally don't.\\
'''Mabel:''' ''(Laughs.)'' That's another thing we have in common, then!
** ''Steve Badvillain's Intriguing Group'': For starters, all
''900'' of them.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Elder Wisp]]

The leader
of the Wisps, your guide, and the only one who actually looks older than being in her twenties.

* FanDisservice: She looks ''really old'', yet still wears the "standard" Wisp outfit.
* MrExposition: The one who tells you things, which is her
main characters either do this or have [[VaporWear the role. What's keeping her from being a figurative ExpositionFairy is that she shows up very infrequently in both games, doesn't tag along, and her role is more obvious counterpart going on.]]
***
of Adam's mentor.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:The Wolves]]

A band of talking wolves that discovered Adam by the beach shoreline and raised him. As he entered adulthood, they kicked him out and told him to go find his own place to live, which eventually resulted in him being an unofficial warrior living with and working for the Wisps.

[[/folder]]

!! Villains (Unmarked spoilers for the first game!)

[[folder:Bosses -- ''5x5'']]

!! Cold Dragon

!! Warm Dragon

!! Blood Dragon

!! The Red Knight

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Bosses -- ''5x5 2'']]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enemies -- Introduced in ''5x5'']]

[Blah blah blah...]

!! Killhorse

A race of "centaurs" where the upper half is humanoid, and the lower half is that of a skeletal horse.

* EliteMook:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Enemies -- Introduced in ''5x5 2'']]

[[/folder]]

!! Others
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