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* AmbiguousDisorder: Fan said that any resemblance to any actual disorders is coincidental. Canonically, [=.GIFfany=] could be passed off as "selfish, abusive video game that thinks in video game logic and wants someone to play her." These copies, including Risen herself, are much harder to pin. And no real explanation is given from this, either, since theoretically, all copies start from the same "template" and diverge from there.
** Cardia stutters a lot, is very tense and jittery most of the time, has a poor grip on reality, and tends to think of really bizarre solutions for situations when talking things out could work just fine. After her HeelFaceTurn, she's also by far the most overly apologetic of the bunch.
** Burrda has a ''strong'' aversion to verbal communication (unlike the ''Hair Idealization''[='=]s handling of [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda]], she's never explicitely shown to be uncomfortable, just that she usually prefers displaying words on a screen, and if she ''must'' speak, she [[TerseTalker gets out as few words as possible]]), generally comes off as being depressed all the time,
** Dove has an obsession with trying to come off as important and imposing (so much that she looks through a thesaurus, gathers as many complicated words as she can, and using them in a SophisticatedAsHell manner), has a gait identical to [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Ed's,]] often travels in "random paths," chaotically fires people as stress relief, and has an obsession with debating people to prove them wrong.
** Risen/canonical [=.GIFfany=] is ''highly'' implied to be flat-out delusional. She gets far too invested in a fantasy acted out on with Soos and Melody dolls in chapter 9 until Stan walks in on her and breaks her out of it, [[spoiler:she takes a little too long to realize when Melody swapped herself out with the doll of her [=.GIFfany=] made]], and when she tells Professor Wendy that Soos cheated on her and murdered her in cold blood it's left ambiguous as to whether or not she was just bullshitting that for sympathy or if she ''actually remembers herself as the victim in that incident.'' In addition to all of this, she's a rather heavy MoodSwinger In the StylisticSuck ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', Ryan Christian (a TakeThat at Brian Griffin and ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' as a whole) pauses himself a lot when trying to identify what's wrong with her, before eventually settling on calling her schizophrenic. However, as that's a guy who is obsessively hateful and hostile to the point of coming off as delusional himself, his credibility would be a negative number if quantified.



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[[WMG:Mabel, in the [=RunGif=] verse, has Color Eye]]

The fact that she's able to tell the tile puzzle in chapter 7 alone should be a dead give away. For those unaware of how Color Eye works in GPF's stories, look at [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6d/RGB_color_wheel_360.svg/2000px-RGB_color_wheel_360.svg.png this]] image. The color at the very bottom is blue. The slot to the immediate left of it is "ablue." The one immediately to the right is "tablue." Can you easily tell the difference without greatly adjusting your monitor? Mabel can. One dead giveaway sign of Color Eye, even in its weaker stages, is that every single color on that image would appear completely distinct to someone "infected" with it.
* Color Eye is also ''highly'' contageous, meaning that Dipper and Stan would definitely be affected -- possibly Soos, Wendy, and everyone Mabel even remotely talks to. It's that easy to spread. Despite this, the others show no ease at being able to tell the colors apart at all.
* Fan said that, in RG's verse, Mabel simply has color distinction ''like'' she has Color Eye from eating certain kinds of questionable candy like Smile Dip. She had "just the right mix" of certain dangerous products in the past, resulting in her having a weaker form of the effects of Color Eye, minus being able to pass it on to someone simply by breathing air towards them.

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[[WMG:Mabel, in the [=RunGif=] verse, has Color Eye]]

The fact
!! For Gif's StylisticSuck ''Journals'' self:

* RadishCure:
** Undergoes a completely accidental instance. She admits
that she's able still a little "Soos-crazy" even after her complete HeelFaceTurn, and really wants him to tell herself, but he's usually... "seeing" either her other copies or Rumble or Melody instead. During certain events in the tile puzzle in chapter 7 alone should be debate, however, they have a dead give away. For those unaware of how Color Eye works in GPF's stories, look at [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6d/RGB_color_wheel_360.svg/2000px-RGB_color_wheel_360.svg.png this]] image. The color massive falling out ([[FriendVersusLover both his family and lovers get into a borderline war with one-another and him at the very bottom is blue. The slot to the immediate left center of it is "ablue." The one immediately to the right is "tablue." Can you easily tell the difference without greatly adjusting your monitor? Mabel can. One dead giveaway sign of Color Eye, even in its weaker stages, is it,]] and when they "make up" it's a moment that every single color on counts as YourCheatingHeart more than anything), and she's the first one to actually come to his comfort. Cue Soos, in a fit of desperation, saying that image would appear completely distinct he wants to someone "infected" be downloaded into [=.GIFfany=]'s game and just live with it.
* Color Eye is also ''highly'' contageous, meaning
her forever (it helps that she was the ''first'' to call Melody out for shagging Stan behind everyone's back, especially during the hostile rivalry of Nazi-calling from both sides of the "debate," and most of her arguments were about how much the whole thing weighed on Soos). And cue [=.GIFfany=] freaking out over it, saying that she doesn't want this anymore, and working her ass off to try getting the harem to make back up.
** Instead of building an army (as in ''Gifocalypse''), the reason why there are more [=.GIFfany=] copies than the ones initially produced as the factory were due to a backfired version of this trope.
Dipper gets sick of all the naked [=.GIFfanys=] running around both the Mystery Shack and Soos's house (despite having their own entire city to hang out in), and convinces #9 to make a device that makes even more of them exponentially to see if he can make Soos, Melody, and Stan (the latter of whom is not involved in a relationship, he just thought it would definitely be affected -- possibly Soos, Wendy, and everyone a good idea to use them to rebrand the Mystery Shack as a sexy tourist trap) eventually get sick of all the overflowing copies. Especially considering [[{{Yandere}} what]] [[AmbiguousDisorder loose]] [[CloudCuckooland cannons]] the bulk of them are. Mabel warns him that this is a really, really bad idea, and Dipper even remotely talks to. It's that easy links to spread. Despite this, the others show no ease at being able to tell the colors apart at all.
* Fan said that, in RG's verse,
this very website's trope page only for Mabel simply has color distinction ''like'' she has Color Eye to point out the number of times that the trope had ''failed''. Even Stan thinks it won't work ("This is NOT 'make a kid smoke a lot so he doesn't smoke,' it's more of 'give a guy porn so he doesn't look at porn ist' makes sense'"). Sure enough, not only do Soos and Melody (along with Rumble, but he wasn't one of Dipper's concerns) end up loving it. The only negative thing that comes from eating certain kinds of questionable candy like Smile Dip. She had "just it is in ''[=SBIGlets=]'', when [[spoiler:Tad Strange absorbs the souls of all the new copies to become an Asriel-expy]].

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* ...Fuck I can't think of any
right mix" of certain dangerous products in the past, resulting in her having a weaker form of the effects of Color Eye, minus being able to pass it on to someone simply by breathing air towards them.

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22nd Oct '16 2:37:04 AM greatpikminfan
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The professor of ice/lack-of-heat[[note]]On a technical/physics level, there is no such thing as "coldness," there is just having more or less heat. Things we percieve as "cold" can be looked at as things that have less heat than the average temperatures we are used to[[/note]]. She's another physicist, the co-hostess to Burnda, and her technical "Domain 13" is also in Parícutin. Except her's is the summit, and barely has anything in it. She considers herself "twins" with Burnda.

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



* BerserkButton: "Game Over" reveals that she '''loathes''' being called "baby." "Precious" and "little" invoke similar reactions, but "baby" is the big one.
* {{Expy}}: Going with some of the ''Undertale'' parallels with Burnda having Metatton and Professor Wendy being slightly based on Undyne, Burrda is... actually, a weird combination of Alphys, Asgore, and to an even lesser extent, Papyrus.



* MoralityPet: She's the only professor '''every''' other copy is at least somewhat nice to. Even ''[[HairTriggerTemper Dove]]'' takes no offense to being called out by her, and actually feels proud of Burrda for talking back to [[TheDreaded her.]] Even Risen [=.GIFfany=], who normally thinks of the other professors as awful mockeries of herself, [[spoiler:refuses to let Burrda and Ford follow through with the "one of them has to die to prevent a war" plan of her's, outright saying "I have seen myself do a lot of things [...] But one thing I really do not want to see myself do is die."]] All of this being said, however, she's far from harmless, and far from completely innocent.

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* MoralityPet: She's the only professor '''every''' other copy is at least somewhat nice to. Even ''[[HairTriggerTemper Dove]]'' takes no offense to being called out by her, and actually feels proud of Burrda for talking back to [[TheDreaded her.]] Even Risen [=.GIFfany=], who normally thinks of the other professors as awful mockeries of herself, [[spoiler:refuses to let Burrda and Ford follow through with the "one of them has to die to prevent a war" plan of her's, hers, outright saying "I have seen myself do a lot of things [...] But one thing I really do not want to see myself do is die."]] All of this being said, however, she's far from harmless, and far from completely innocent.



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: When she starts saying more than a few words. It means something ''bad.'' Even rarer than that is when she raises her voice -- the only time she really does so is [[spoiler:immediately after '''swallowing''' the green key card (the one that ''leads back to Gravity Falls''), then says that if the group wants to get back home, they'll have to rip the card out of her guts.]]



* TerseTalker: When she ''does'' talk, it's like this. [[spoiler:She was a lot more... talkative back when he and Burnda were seeked out and bought by Gerald.]]

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* SuicideByCop: [[spoiler:Attempts to pull this off, believing that either her death or an "unnecessary" human death will prevent the Gifocalypse from becoming an all-out war. The only reason why she doesn't kill herself early is because she ''really'' does not want to die. She, in a way, tries to let Ford to decide whether she dies or he dies, except he wants neither. After realizing that the Pines family shouldn't be broken up or have anyone one of them get killed, she prepares to kill herself, and would have succeeded if not for [=.GIFfany=] intervening at the last second.]]
* TerseTalker: When she ''does'' talk, it's like this. [[spoiler:She was a lot more... talkative back when he and Burnda were seeked out and bought by Gerald. She also talks more when asking Ford to kill her.]]



* AmmoralAttorney: She's the closest to a lawyer out of the professors, and has an entire legal team. She is, of course, also one of the biggest assholes in the bunch.
* BerserkButton: [[{{yandere}} Ironically,]] love potions piss her the fuck off. She doesn't care if they're temporary. She has a negative knee-jerk reaction to them. [[spoiler:She especially ''hates'' the idea of using any of them on her family. When Mabel suggests using the anti-love potion to help get rid of [=.GIFfany=]'s obsession with Soos faster, Dove yanks it from her hands and throws it on Robbie and Tambry despite their love potion having worn off long ago.]]
* TheDragon: [=.GIFfany=]'s second-in-command and the penultimate major threat faced in the story. Unlike the usual Dragon-Big Bad interaction, ''she's'' the one kept in a lot of mystery up to her reveal, while the readers are shown a lot of [=.GIFfany=]. Likely because [=.GIFfany=] herself is much more "canonical," so it would have been easier to guess what her battle and setting would have been like, while Dove has a much bigger element of being unknown.

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* AmmoralAttorney: AmoralAttorney: She's the closest to a lawyer out of the professors, and has an entire legal team. She is, of course, also one of the biggest assholes in the bunch.
* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
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[[{{yandere}} Ironically,]] love potions piss her the fuck off. She doesn't care if they're temporary. She has a negative knee-jerk reaction to them. [[spoiler:She especially ''hates'' the idea of using any of them on her family. When Mabel suggests using the anti-love potion to help get rid of [=.GIFfany=]'s obsession with Soos faster, Dove yanks it from her hands and throws it on Robbie and Tambry despite their love potion having worn off long ago. It still manages to irreparably damage their relationship.]]
** Mabel in her entirety is a walking, personal berserk button to Dove. Trying to defend her will just make her outbursts even worse -- one of her beefs with Mabel is that, in Dove's opinion, people are way to quick to "bend over themselves" to defend her when she shouldn't be.
* TheDragon: [=.GIFfany=]'s second-in-command and the penultimate major threat faced in the story. Unlike the usual Dragon-Big Bad interaction, ''she's'' the one kept in a lot of mystery up to her reveal, while the readers are shown a lot of [=.GIFfany=]. Likely because [=.GIFfany=] herself is much more "canonical," so it would have been easier to guess what her battle and setting would have been like, while Dove has a much bigger element of being unknown. [[spoiler:Subverted when she's actually fought -- [=.GIFfany=] and her are ''not'' on good terms at the time, so she more-or-less acts independantly. She's still the second to last and second most powerful main enemy.]]



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: A strange inversion. She's rather ''pleasant'' when talking to Soos and drops her "complex speech" completely; presumably because she assumes Soos will be the first human she'll meet that doesn't try to kill her or think of her as a spooky video game monster.



* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: She intentionally tries to pull this off, mainly in front of Dipper and Mabel (when talking to Soos, this trait is completely absent) and some times her own co-professors, to try to sound more like an "evil genius."
* SophisticatedAsHell: ''Very'' eloquent when she wants to be -- it's revealed that she regularly reads a thesaurus -- and pretty foul-mouthed. However, these are both quirks she tries to throw on herself to make herself seem more menacing. She completely drops both of them when Soos is the only human around.



* TakeThat: She's both Fan's way of criticising Mabel through her own opinions, and... in a much larger way (though the only thing she actually has in common with ''Homestuck'' is her eloquent speech), a criticism of some aspects (particularly in [[SeasonalRot Act 6]]) of ''Homestuck''. While named after a character (in this case, Dave) like Professors Rose and Dian are, she is ''not'' one of the nicer copies and a massive pain in the ass to deal with. Uncoincidentally, the chapter focused on her is also where Ron Ejjert comes in, a specific, critical Take That at the "retcon" plot point.



* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Come in a large number of skin colors, some realistic, many not, practically following Fan's signature. Even out of the professors, there's more technicolor ones than not-technicolor ones. Examples are Bubbles (red), Cardia (orange, though her's might actually pass as a realistic skin color), Leona (yellow), Dian (green), Burnda and Burrda (both cyan), Sonia (blue), Wendy (purple), Rose (a '''very''' saturated, deep hot pink), and Dove (gray).

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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Come in a large number of skin colors, some realistic, many not, practically following Fan's signature. Even out of the professors, there's more technicolor ones than not-technicolor ones. Examples are Bubbles (red), Cardia (orange, though her's hers might actually pass as a realistic skin color), Leona (yellow), Dian (green), Burnda and Burrda (both cyan), Sonia (blue), Wendy (purple), Rose (a '''very''' saturated, deep hot pink), and Dove (gray).



** She can "flip"

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** She can "flip" as in ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario''.



* AllThereInTheManual: There are actually a number of "standard types" Glitches can come in -- all five of the ones seen here are one of those standard categories. The Missingno-like corruptions have been nicknamed



* ShoutOut: One of the corruption types resembles [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Missingno.]] Another resembles a [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Pastel Burnt.]] A third resembles the BlobMonster[=s=] from ''Pikmin'' (they change their appearances between them, even creating glitchy "rollers" reminiscent of the Waterwraith's). A fourth resembles a certain model glitch from the Wii U ''Super Smash Bros.'' installment. The fifth type seen in ''Gifocalypse'' is mostly original, but could be paralelled to [[VideoGame/YumeNikki Monoko's]] transformed state. At least in regards to all the arms.



!! [This is unrelated to RG]

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\n* PrimaryColourChampion: Incorporates a lot of reds, greens, and blues, in contrast to [=.GIFfany=] using a lot of pink, yellow, and aqua/cyan.



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Oh, shoot. Quick note to myself so I won't forget: have a joke about Blenda's "working name" being "Professor Burrnda" (I almost typed that for Burnda's name while editing this), which would be read/said as "Burnda With Two Rs," but that they dropped it for being a stupid name for a fusion.

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[[WMG:Mabel, in the [=RunGif=] verse, has Color Eye]]

The fact that she's able to tell the tile puzzle in chapter 7 alone should be a dead give away. For those unaware of how Color Eye works in GPF's stories, look at [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6d/RGB_color_wheel_360.svg/2000px-RGB_color_wheel_360.svg.png this]] image. The color at the very bottom is blue. The slot to the immediate left of it is "ablue." The one immediately to the right is "tablue." Can you easily tell the difference without greatly adjusting your monitor? Mabel can. One dead giveaway sign of Color Eye, even in its weaker stages, is that every single color on that image would appear completely distinct to someone "infected" with it.
* Color Eye is also ''highly'' contageous, meaning that Dipper and Stan would definitely be affected -- possibly Soos, Wendy, and everyone Mabel even remotely talks to. It's that easy to spread. Despite this, the others show no ease at being able to tell the colors apart at all.
* Fan said that, in RG's verse, Mabel simply has color distinction ''like'' she has Color Eye from eating certain kinds of questionable candy like Smile Dip. She had "just the right mix" of certain dangerous products in the past, resulting in her having a weaker form of the effects of Color Eye, minus being able to pass it on to someone simply by breathing air towards them.

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14th Oct '16 10:57:09 AM onetimo
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[[folder:Darth Manchild]]
->When the sun collapses into the depths of outer space, and you see a familiar smirk on the moons face, know that I am laughing at you all. I am your nightmares, put into a blender with the darker parts of lovecraft, some crushed ice, and a hint of cinnamon.Know that when you see eyes in the darkness, and the silly string begins to cocoon you, don't fear. I still need you alive to [[spoiler:buy my seasonal waterfront property. Come on, I having trouble trying to sell it! So what if it is where the Usher house collapsed! they were a bunch of weirdos anyway, a brother and a sister that seemed a bit too close. Pale too, like vampires, or the fanbase of Second Life. I mean, people, get some sun!Even us eldritch abominations get out from our depths too!Now what was I saying?]] I will take your mind and replace it with pink elephants dancing to the hamster dance at half speed! You will beg for me to end the world![[spoiler:Too bad I can't. Powers stripped when I got fired. Who knew Chuthie loved that damned beagle so much? I mean it was kinda awkward that it couldn't breathe at the depths of his apartment. I just went to the Mi-go to get it some gills. It wasn't my fault they took out its' brain, put it in a jar, and ate the body with some navy beans and chianti?]]
* GIFT: an avatar of such. Think if Nylarthotep lost his powers and had to resort to trolling on the internet.
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7th Oct '16 1:53:01 AM greatpikminfan
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[[AC:[[Characters/RunGifocalypse Hello. I will be hijacking this Sandbox yet again, to give information about my sisters and my enemies.]]]]

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* {{Flanderization}}: Their outfits, cross-story. In ''run:gifocalypse'', the majority of them have clothes that is, for the most part, ''actually covering'', even if it's made of irregular material. Sandy and Bubbles, the two most blatant exceptions, make sense -- Sandy is something of a nudist outright, and Bubbles enjoys annoying people to try getting in their head, so she wears only suds to try pissing people off. Come the cross-appearances in other works and their outfits are seasons 3+ Rainbow Crew-levels of impractical and just ''barely'' wearing ''anything''. Most of it can be hand-waved by being ''SBIG'', although their outfits in the epilogue of ''run:gifocalypse'' are the same as those in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''.



* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Some of them are reluctant to show their crotches, but that's about as "nude-shy" as they get. None of them see any problem in

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* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Some of them are reluctant to show their crotches, but that's about as "nude-shy" as they get. None of them see any problem in going practically completely naked.



*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element, given the amount of time she spends during the chase sequence trying to go through liquid giffinium.

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*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element, given the amount of time she spends during the chase sequence trying to go going through liquid giffinium.silver.



* SingleTargetSexuality: While Fan claims the other copies are "open-minded," the professors are nearly literally hard-wired to being after their respective player. Except Rose, as she was technically "returned" first. [[spoiler:As well as Burnda, Burrda, and Dove, each of which got over their players completely. (The twins for buying both of them in a bad attempt to make a harem, which provokes both of them to be hostile towards one-another until they question why they're even bothering fighting over a polygamous guy like Gerald. Dove because her player flat-out saw her as a way of getting catharsis from his dad getting killed by a robot in the past.)]]

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* SingleTargetSexuality: While Fan claims the other copies are "open-minded," the professors are nearly literally hard-wired to being after their respective player. Except Rose, as she was technically "returned" first. [[spoiler:As well as Burnda, Burrda, and Dove, each of which got over their players completely. (The twins for buying both of them in a bad attempt to make a harem, which provokes both of them to be hostile towards one-another until they question why they're even bothering fighting over a polygamous guy like Gerald. Dove because her player flat-out saw her as a way of getting catharsis from his dad getting killed by a robot in the past.past, villified her before she even went yandere, and ultimately painting a very negative view to Dove on what humans think about [=AIs=].)]]



* BewareTheNiceOnes: [[spoiler:As revealed in the Memory Banks, she was ''incredibly'' hostile to [=.GIFfany=] when pressuring her to hold up her end of the "deal."
* BitchInSheepsClothing: Downplayed. It's implied here and there for most of the story, mainly kicking up around Arc 3. Especially Kathody's reports on what Rose had done in beteen Domains 10 and 11 when she thought the gang killed Professor Wendy. [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed that, despite her claims, she cares more about the well-being of her sisters than the lives of the main group -- including 12-year old Dipper and Mabel. Even when they're outnumbered by the professors. Word of God is that she was based on an apparent occurance where a Vocal Minority of ''Undertale'' fans known to insult people for not going on a full Pacifist run. In essense, caring more about the "fictional characters" (er, the [=AIs=]) than the human beings "playing the game."]] She gets over it.



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

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



* SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers: To the point where she excludes anyone from even ''seeing'' her domain if they are not "idealistic enough."



* StonersAreFunny: Eventually confirmed in "State of Emergency" to be a bit of a pothead. Well, not "pot" so much as "her specialized 'herbal tea.'"



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



* BewareTheSillyOnes: Yes, she's obsessed with ''King of the Hill'', to the point where she quotes it and cites the exact episode by season and number for most of her viewpoints.

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Yes, she's obsessed with ''King of the Hill'', to the point where she quotes it and cites the exact episode by season and number for most of her viewpoints. But she's also not the one to mess around -- she can possess ''an entire tornado'', and in a world that completely averts DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud at that. [[spoiler:As you could imagine, she manages to trap the hero group within ''seconds flat''. Her own belief that she was just canon fodder was the only thing keeping her from winning the whole Gifocalypse.]]



* {{Expy}}: To [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Undyne,]] although if you consider Burnda and Burrda like the "Mettaton" and "Alphys" of the group, Wendy is ''really'' not a flattering expy. Bordering on TakeThat levels, in fact.
* TheFriendNobodyLikes: Not as bad as Dove, but it's implied that she's not very well-liked by the other professors (her students, on the other hand, ''love'' her). Even Rose, who normally loves the others, felt the need to restate and emphasize that she does ''not'' want the protagonists to kill any copy when they are about to face off against her.



* FanDisservice: Her dress is see-through and

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* FanDisservice: Her dress is see-through (aside from the breasts) and clearly revealers her panties underneath. Then she ends up not only trying to genuinely ''kill'' the hero group, but also possesses her own reflection and uses it to boost her power, quickly going into loop after loop of reflection-possessing until she turns into... well... a horrific-looking light construct.



* KnightOfCerebus: An unusual case in that she herself is not a very cold-blooded or overly "serious" character herself. However, her domain and [[spoiler:the glitchy-body horror around it]], while still ultimately MonsterOfTheWeek-ish by this fic's standards, sets the tone for the last leg of the story, which is generally darker in nature or deals with more serious themes. After her, Burnda is the last real "lighthearted domain romp" part of the fic (though helping a bit is that the two parts of the Parícutin volcano are the last two "traditional" domains as well), and even then her chapter ends with [[spoiler:Burrda trying to force Ford into a "I die or you die, all so that [=.GIFfany=] doesn't resort to mass-destruction" fight.]]

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* KnightOfCerebus: An unusual case in that she herself is not a very cold-blooded or overly "serious" character herself. However, her domain and [[spoiler:the glitchy-body horror around it]], while still ultimately MonsterOfTheWeek-ish by this fic's standards, sets the tone for the last leg of the story, which is generally darker in nature or deals with more serious themes. After her, Burnda is the last real "lighthearted domain romp" part of the fic (though helping a bit is that the two parts of the Parícutin volcano are the last two "traditional" domains as well), and even then her chapter ends with [[spoiler:Burrda trying to force Ford into a "I die or you die, all so that [=.GIFfany=] doesn't resort to mass-destruction" fight.]]



* BigBrotherInstinct: Or, Big Sister Instinct. She gets ''incredibly'' pissed off when Rumble challenges Burrda to a fight, even when all parties involved know that Burrda could just as easily have fried him and could fight for herself. This is ultimately what causes both Burnda to drop the act of her being a "blind [=.GIFfany=]"-supporter" and Burrda to say her first words heard in-fic. "Burnda. I can fight for myself."



* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:As Blenda, as the "weirdness" within them is somehow "multiplied" to the point where they can bend reality in a room's worth of range. One of Blenda's more ''basic'' abilities is to turn all the doors of the room into a portal network, eliminating a way of getting out until they de-fuse or drop the portals.]]




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* TokenGoodTeammate: Another Risen [=.GIFfany=]-opposer, and one of the most aggressive about it to boot. [[spoiler:She qualifies as this moreso than even the likes of Rose, Dian, or Shannon -- Burnda had declared [=.GIFfany=] not that much worth listening to ''well before the Gifocalypse''. In fact, when the professors all meet at the factory, Burnda and Burrda are the only ones who never attack [=.GIFfany=] for "not repaying her debt." Their domains are ''not'' necessarly to impress any player, and unlike Dove, they're not blowing shit up for the fun of it.]]



* RealityWarper: See Burnda's entry.



* DumbMuscle: Downplayed. She's not visibly muscular -- few of the copies are, and they're all minor copies -- and she's not an outright idiot, but she is considered the strongest ''and'' dumbest of the professors. [[spoiler:The "strong," FYI, is not factoring the rift into [=.GIFfany=]'s skillset, which is why she remains at the top of the escalating-power chain (that the story otherwise avoids).]] She has a tough, durable body "of steel" (but is actually stronger), yet at the same time she's prone to making a large number of irrational decisions and practically ''looks'' for things to get pissed off about. Also, she can't recognize Pacifica despite keeping a Gifocalypse-era newspaper where [[WorstNewsJudgmentEver the front-page top article is an overly-analytical, poorly-written essay that tries to get into the psychology of her eating a sandwich.]]

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* DumbMuscle: Downplayed. She's not visibly muscular -- few of the copies are, and they're all minor copies -- and she's not an outright idiot, but she is considered the strongest ''and'' dumbest of the professors. [[spoiler:The "strong," FYI, is not factoring the rift into [=.GIFfany=]'s skillset, which is why she remains at the top of the escalating-power chain (that the story otherwise avoids).]] She has a tough, durable body "of steel" (but is actually stronger), stronger -- [[spoiler:''withstanding an advanced alien nuclear explosion''-levels of strong]]), yet at the same time she's prone to making a large number of irrational decisions and practically ''looks'' for things to get pissed off about. Also, she can't recognize Pacifica despite keeping a Gifocalypse-era newspaper where [[WorstNewsJudgmentEver the front-page top article is an overly-analytical, poorly-written essay that tries to get into the psychology of her eating a sandwich.]]



* RememberTheNewGuy: He's an original character, which of course means that he did not appear as a town resident at all. This is lampshaded as most of the main cast is confused when he makes his appearance.
* TakeThat: Towards Act 6 in ''Homestuck'' in general, and the retcon device specifically.




(Bolded are for chapters that are already out)
# '''December 30th (2015)'''
# '''December 30th (2015)'''
# '''February 2nd'''
# '''March 13th'''
# '''April 29th'''
# '''June 12th'''
# '''July 12th'''
# '''August 12th'''
# '''September 3rd'''
# '''September 22nd'''
# October 31st...?
# Somewhere around November 1st-15th?
# December 30th? (2016)
# De...cember... 30th...? (2016?)



[[/labelnote]]

!! Unrelated to ''Gravity Falls''

* '''Icesky'''. Yes, sometimes her villainy is played as an over-the-top exaggeration for laughs, and yes, she basically looks like a little girl angel. However, she's still an ''extremely'' powerful, genocidal monster that can freeze an entire city she's in
** Striker Red is Icesky's older sister, so it's no exaggeration to say that she's known Iceksy for her entire life. Red's advice for trying to reason with her? That it's impossible. Her advice for spotting her? To just run.

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[[/labelnote]]

!! Unrelated to ''Gravity Falls''

* '''Icesky'''. Yes, sometimes her villainy is played as an over-the-top exaggeration for laughs, and yes, she basically looks like a little girl angel. However, she's still an ''extremely'' powerful, genocidal monster that can freeze an entire city she's in
** Striker Red is Icesky's older sister, so it's no exaggeration to say that she's known Iceksy for her entire life. Red's advice for trying to reason with her? That it's impossible. Her advice for spotting her? To just run.
[[/labelnote]]
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!! Professor Eve (Number: [Will Get One Tomorrow])



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!! Professor Eve (Number: [Will Get One Tomorrow])


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* KingMook: To their respective student-followers, each of them are effectively the "boss variant" of the traits and things associated with their student groups. Justified in that they "teach" their students how to use their powers in different ways, and thus said students deliberately take after them. This is more obvious in their appearances on the ''SBIG'' series, which (ironically despite its StylisticSuck nature) goes somewhat more into depth with the small societies they created.



!! Profeessor Rose (Number: 2222222)

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!! Profeessor Professor Rose (Number: 2222222)



!! Professor Kathody (Number: 0507915)



!! Professor Searah (Number: 0519367)



!! Professor Sandy (Number: 0556491)



!! Professor Cardia (Number: 0523349)



!! Professor Bubbles (Number: 0597278)



!! Professor Leona (Number: 0811804)



!! Professor Sonia (Number: 0455593)



!! Professor Dian (Number: 2201940)



!! Professor Wendy (Number: 0521355)



!! Professor Shannon (Number: 1140267)



!! Professor Burnda (Number: 0130734)



!! Professor Burrda (Number: 0631019)



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

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



* EstablishingCharacterMoment: While talked about a lot, and at least once per chapter at that, her personality isn't ''really'' that established until her actual appearance. The very first word she is heard saying in the story is "Fuck(ing)," and shortly after this she [[spoiler:effectively ''blows up Gravity Falls''.]]



'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:my new line of sistrs]] did ''NOT'' do to me!

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'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:my new line of sistrs]] sisters]] did ''NOT'' do to me!



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep. (Or briefly knocked out, as is the case in chapter 12.)]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy).copy -- although their section is divided into two, one conversation between Burnda and Gerald and another between Burnda and Burrda). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep. (Or briefly knocked out, as is the case in chapter 12.)]]



!! [This is unrelated to RG]

[[folder:???]]

!! Professor Eve (Number: [Will Get One Tomorrow])



[[/folder]]



At least Bloat doesn't have a chance at being the first boss you fight in the game.

'''FUCK HAUNT''' I swear while trying to get my Lost completion marks I came across roughly seven runs in a row where that ghostly fuck was the first boss.

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At least Bloat doesn't have !! Unrelated to ''Gravity Falls''

* '''Icesky'''. Yes, sometimes her villainy is played as an over-the-top exaggeration for laughs, and yes, she basically looks like
a chance at being the first boss you fight in the game.

'''FUCK HAUNT''' I swear while
little girl angel. However, she's still an ''extremely'' powerful, genocidal monster that can freeze an entire city she's in
** Striker Red is Icesky's older sister, so it's no exaggeration to say that she's known Iceksy for her entire life. Red's advice for
trying to get my Lost completion marks I came across roughly seven runs in a row where that ghostly fuck was the first boss.reason with her? That it's impossible. Her advice for spotting her? To just run.
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* AscendedExtra: Within the fic. Arc-per-arc, she gets a growing amount of focus as she also grows and learns a few things from the Gifocalypse.



* Rose: Green
* Kathody: Yellow
* Searah: Blue
* Sandy: Orange
* Cardia: Violet[[note]]In this context, blue-magenta[[/note]]
* Bubbles: Cyan
* Leona: Rose[[note]]In this context, red-magenta[[/note]]
* Sonia: Azure[[note]]In this context, the color between cyan and blue. Not to be confused with cyan[[/note]]
* Dian: Magenta (also sometimes called purple for simplicity's sake)
* Wendy: Spring green
* Shannon: Chartreuse
* Burnda: Red
* Burrda: White, also light blue on occasion
* Dove: Black, also blood red on occasion
* [=.GIFfany=]: Pink, also rainbow on occasion

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* ** Rose: Green
* ** Kathody: Yellow
* ** Searah: Blue
* ** Sandy: Orange
* ** Cardia: Violet[[note]]In this context, blue-magenta[[/note]]
* ** Bubbles: Cyan
* ** Leona: Rose[[note]]In this context, red-magenta[[/note]]
* ** Sonia: Azure[[note]]In this context, the color between cyan and blue. Not to be confused with cyan[[/note]]
* ** Dian: Magenta (also sometimes called purple for simplicity's sake)
* ** Wendy: Spring green
* ** Shannon: Chartreuse
* ** Burnda: Red
* ** Burrda: White, also light blue on occasion
* ** Dove: Black, also blood red on occasion
* ** [=.GIFfany=]: Pink, also rainbow on occasion



* QuirkyMinibossSquad: Downplayed. They are a long line of antagonist forces leading up to [=.GIFfany=], but some of them are outright harmless to the protagonists (Rose and Dian, who refuse to attack them in any way)

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* QuirkyMinibossSquad: Downplayed. They are a long line of antagonist forces leading up to [=.GIFfany=], but some of them are outright harmless to the protagonists (Rose and Dian, who refuse to attack them in any way) and they clearly undergo actual characterization rather than being one-off obstacles the group faces off against. (As Fan makes sure to give them all at least one line in "post-capture" sequences for each chapter, something Kathody lampshades at the end of chapter 5.)
* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: Some of them are reluctant to show their crotches, but that's about as "nude-shy" as they get. None of them see any problem in



*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element, given the amount of time she spends during the chase sequence trying to go through liquid glass.

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*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element, given the amount of time she spends during the chase sequence trying to go through liquid glass.giffinium.



* SingleTargetSexuality: While Fan claims the other copies are "open-minded," the professors are nearly literally hard-wired to being after their respective player. Except Rose, as she was technically "returned" first.

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* SingleTargetSexuality: While Fan claims the other copies are "open-minded," the professors are nearly literally hard-wired to being after their respective player. Except Rose, as she was technically "returned" first.
first. [[spoiler:As well as Burnda, Burrda, and Dove, each of which got over their players completely. (The twins for buying both of them in a bad attempt to make a harem, which provokes both of them to be hostile towards one-another until they question why they're even bothering fighting over a polygamous guy like Gerald. Dove because her player flat-out saw her as a way of getting catharsis from his dad getting killed by a robot in the past.)]]
* UnlimitedWardrobe: A variation -- in each fic appearance (currently [=RunGif=], ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', and a ''[=SBIGlet=]''), they bear different outfits. Though there is some overlap (their outfits in the epilogue of ''run:gifocalypse'' are just like the ones in ''Journals''). For example, all three of Rose's outfits thus far are plant-like in nature.



* GardenGarment: ''Always'' wears some kind of plant-based outfit.



* LargeHam: And she LOVES bursting into ALL CAPS when trying to announce her BRILLIANT haunted house.



* JerkJock: Invokes this image considering how she's a generally unpleasant, elitist person and her field of teaching is athletics.
* WalkingSwimsuitScene: Goes around in a school swimsuit in ''run:gifocalypse''. She ditches this and wears other, ''more''-revealing, also water-themed outfits in ''SBIG'' and the epilogue of ''gifocalypse''.



* BewareTheSillyOnes: Yes, she's obsessed with ''King of the Hill'', to the point where

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Yes, she's obsessed with ''King of the Hill'', to the point where she quotes it and cites the exact episode by season and number for most of her viewpoints.



* CharacterBlog: Downplayed. In chapter 13, she mentions having a Tumblr page and talks about it by name, down to specifying how to type it into a url. The reason for this is because said Tumblr blog actually exists. The reason for the downplay is that there's only three posts -- a short introduction, [[spoiler:P. Wendy saying that she's already gotten sick of ''King of the Hill'' over just three days and does not feel like actually using the blog, and a "random update over four years after the Gifocalypse" which serves as the closest thing the fic has to closure.]]



* SiblingYinYang: They are, ultimately, intended to be something of heavy exaggerations of Mabel and Dipper, and she's the "Mabel" of the two.

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* SiblingYinYang: They The twins are, ultimately, intended to be something of heavy exaggerations of Mabel and Dipper, and she's the "Mabel" of the two.



* SiblingYinYang: Trait-wise, she and Burnda borrow a few elements from Dipper and Mabel, just greatly exaggerated. She's the "Dipper" of the two.



* AmbulanceChaser: She's the closest to a lawyer out of the professors, and she has an entire legal team. She is, of course, also one of the biggest assholes in the bunch, and specifically loves going after injuries to try to make cases from them.

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* AmbulanceChaser: AmmoralAttorney: She's the closest to a lawyer out of the professors, and she has an entire legal team. She is, of course, also one of the biggest assholes in the bunch, and specifically loves going after injuries to try to make cases from them.bunch.



* FixerSue: Invoked and deconstructed. Dove ultimately leads to two primary things Fan would have preferred to see happen around canon. Even with the AuthorsSavingThrow of ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'', Fan still thought that Robbie and Tambry's love ultimately being founded on Mabel hitting them both with a love potion, even if their relationship was no longer under the affect of it, to be disturbing. He also wanted Mabel's character to be more rounded and have more of her actions have ''negative'' effects to make her development feel more genuine. Well, Dove ended up [[spoiler:splashing the couple with an anti-love potion (in her defense, Mabel considered using it as a catalyst to speed up the "newly reformed" [=.GIFfany=] losing her obsession over Soos. After Dove it ''very'' clear that she does ''not'' want potions tampering with her family's personalities), and it's bluntly stated that they did not recover from whatever following three-hours the anti-love potion would have brought. Because of how she ended up calling out Mabel and leaving her with zero real retorts becides "I'm just a kid," it's implied that Mabel ended up being more independant towards the end... and it's implied that this somehow leads to even ''more'' disagreements in the future. Basically, Fan "gets what he wanted" writing-wise, but at the expense of making several characters more miserable than they were in canon.]] One point of note is how [[FixFic "fixing"]] in a fan fiction is generally associated with reviving dead characters, hooking up pairings that don't get together, and all-around making more of the cast happy. Depending on the story, Fan may think the ''opposite'' of that is better, as is the case here.

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* FixerSue: Invoked and deconstructed. Dove ultimately leads to two primary things Fan would have preferred to see happen around canon. Even with the AuthorsSavingThrow of ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'', Fan still thought that Robbie and Tambry's love ultimately being founded on Mabel hitting them both with a love potion, even if their relationship was no longer under the affect of it, to be was disturbing. He also wanted Mabel's character to be more rounded and have more of her actions have ''negative'' effects to make her development feel more genuine. Well, Dove ended up [[spoiler:splashing the couple with an anti-love potion (in her defense, Mabel considered using it as a catalyst to speed up the "newly reformed" [=.GIFfany=] losing her obsession over Soos. After Dove it ''very'' clear that she does ''not'' want potions tampering with her family's personalities), and it's bluntly stated that they did not recover from whatever following three-hours the anti-love potion would have brought. Because of how she ended up calling out Mabel and leaving her with zero real retorts becides "I'm just a kid," it's implied that Mabel ended up being more independant towards the end... and it's implied that this somehow leads to even ''more'' disagreements issues with Dipper in the future.future, down to the two falling out much like Stan and Ford did. Professor Wendy's comments about them in the "epilogue" on her Tumblr blog, four years later, implies this even more. Basically, Fan "gets what he wanted" writing-wise, but at the expense of making several characters more miserable than they were in canon.]] One point of note is how [[FixFic "fixing"]] in a fan fiction is generally associated with reviving dead characters, hooking up pairings that don't get together, and all-around making more of the cast happy. Depending on the story, Fan may think the ''opposite'' of that is better, as is the case here.



* AmbiguousSituation: In the official ending. [[spoiler:Is she really redeemed? Is she just faking it to try to lower Soos's guard until everyone is exactly where she wants them to be, so she could presumably attack yet again? No, Word of God will not help you here -- Fan says that he likes ''both'' the idea of [=.GIFfany=] having some form of redemption, and to throw the entire story's "almost anyone can be redeemed" morality out of balance with the Big Bad being a massive exception. So he basically said that the readers can decide until/unless he settles on a final answer.]]

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* AmbiguousSituation: In the official ending. [[spoiler:Is she really redeemed? Is she just faking it to try to lower Soos's guard until everyone is exactly where she wants them to be, so she could presumably attack yet again? No, Word of God will not help you here -- Fan says that he likes ''both'' the idea of [=.GIFfany=] having some form of redemption, and to throw the entire story's "almost anyone can be redeemed" morality out of balance with the Big Bad being a massive exception. So he basically said that the readers can decide until/unless he settles on a final answer.]] For what it's worth, Professor Wendy's ''King of the Hill'' fanblog -- which has a post dated 2016, while ''run:gifocalypse'' takes place in 2012 -- heavily implies that Soos and Melody are both still... ''alive'', though she also states that Risen has "became a lot more quiet for some reason."]]



* FaceFramedInShadow: Invokes this to look more threatening, though it's implied that Shannon's "rift-y looking eyes," Burnda's "realistic eyes," and Dove's Dedan-like face all outdo her in the "scare department." (In-universe, that is. But a blackened face isn't really that impressive regardless.)

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* FaceFramedInShadow: Invokes this to look more threatening, though it's implied that Shannon's "rift-y looking eyes," Burnda's "realistic eyes," and Dove's Dedan-like [[VideoGame/{{OFF}} Dedan]]-like face all outdo her in the "scare department." (In-universe, that is. But a blackened face isn't really that impressive regardless.)



* ForgotFlandersCouldDoThat: It's a RunningGag when she fights the humans that she often questions if they forgot a certain ability or trait of her's. The first time this happens is in the very first chapter, where Soos comments that she probably can't hear him through the electronic... briefly forgetting that her whole gimmick is being a sapient electronic. In the first (of quite a number) fight against Soos on [[spoiler:the Planet Negation Girl]], one of the first things she does is transform an arm into a number of pink tentacles. What? Did you forget that throwaway line where she said she had an octopus dad? It's only ever mentioned once in-fic leading up to that.

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* ForgotFlandersCouldDoThat: It's a RunningGag when she fights the humans that she often questions if they forgot a certain ability or trait of her's.hers. The first time this happens is in the very first chapter, where Soos comments that she probably can't hear him through the electronic... briefly forgetting that her whole gimmick is being a sapient electronic. In the first (of quite a number) fight against Soos on [[spoiler:the Planet Negation Girl]], one of the first things she does is transform an arm into a number of pink tentacles. What? Did you forget that throwaway line where she said she had an octopus dad? It's only ever mentioned once in-fic leading up to that.



* {{Mukokuseki}}: As computer programs, they're technically raceless, though several have assigned races both real and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation fictional]] to their characters. This aside, it's hard to tell just what some of the skin toned-copies are supposed to ''be''. Even the template [=.GIFfany=] being Japanese/Asian is depicted as a firm "maybe," though it's implied that they all are. GPF eventually said that unless Alex Hirsch or another writer were to say otherwise, he considers [=.GIFfany=] to "have started her own race at this point," and they're all "of [=.GIFfany=] descent."
* ShoutOut: Design-wise, some take inspiration from a large number of sources. Some more obscure than others. WordOfGod is that the first three of the 100 Duelers have their designs based on [[Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic Paimon]], [[WebOriginal/{{Creamsicle}} Sunglasses]], and Stupidella respectively -- the former and latter are canonically topless, the second has been mis-interpreted as such. Meanwhile, the [=AIs=] that appear after Burnda and Burrda fuse to become Blenda are, also confirmed by Fan, to be based on the crocodile and fish women from ''VideoGame/TheFirstFunkyFighter'', minus the animal heads.

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* {{Mukokuseki}}: As computer programs, they're technically raceless, though several have assigned races both real and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation fictional]] to their characters. This aside, it's hard to tell just what some of the skin toned-copies are supposed to ''be''. Even the template [=.GIFfany=] being Japanese/Asian is depicted as a firm "maybe," though it's implied that they all are. GPF eventually said that unless Alex Hirsch or another writer were to say otherwise, he considers [=.GIFfany=] to "have started her own race at this point," and they're the copies are all "of [=.GIFfany=] descent."
* ShoutOut: Design-wise, some take inspiration from a large number of sources. Some more obscure than others. WordOfGod is that the first three of the 100 Duelers have their designs based on [[Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic Paimon]], [[WebOriginal/{{Creamsicle}} Sunglasses]], and Stupidella respectively -- the former and latter are canonically topless, the second has been mis-interpreted as such. Meanwhile, the [=AIs=] that appear after Burnda and Burrda fuse to become Blenda are, Burnda's two primary assistants, also confirmed by Fan, to be based on the crocodile and fish women from ''VideoGame/TheFirstFunkyFighter'', minus the animal heads.



* SparedByTheAdaptation: For what it's worth, he's technically still alive by the end of ''run:gifocalypse''. He simply never gets a chance to enter Earth's dimension and is forced to wait things out until he has another shot at making it through, rather than being outright killed off/erased. Not that this matters much, given how the story concludes shortly after his only appearance and Fan have confirmed that (as with most of his other fanworks) a direct sequel would be highly unlikely.

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



* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The ten frogs cover all colors in Fan's preferred RGB-tertiary spectrum except green and magenta.

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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The ten frogs cover all colors in Fan's preferred RGB-tertiary spectrum except green and magenta.



* [No name yet], Leona's player.

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* [No name yet], Takumi, Leona's player.



* [No name], Dian's player.
* [No name], (Prof.) Wendy's player.
* Kimberly, Shannon's player

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* [No name], Noriko, Dian's player.
* [No name], Hayate, (Prof.) Wendy's player.
* Kimberly, Shannon's playerplayer.



* [No name], Dove's player

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* [No name], name yet], Dove's player
player.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep.]]
(Or briefly knocked out, as is the case in chapter 12.)]]



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[[/labelnote]][[/labelnote]]

At least Bloat doesn't have a chance at being the first boss you fight in the game.

'''FUCK HAUNT''' I swear while trying to get my Lost completion marks I came across roughly seven runs in a row where that ghostly fuck was the first boss.
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* ShoutOut:
** The last seven professors confronted are based to various degrees off of the GEATHJERK officers from ''VideoGame/TheWonderful101''.
*** Dian = Laambo: Both have white, three-headed giant mechanical things on their side.
*** Wendy = Wanna: Both are fought in a storm, TheEvilGenius of the group technology and craft-wise, and both have made a form of parasitic bio weapon.
*** Shannon = Vijounne: This is the toughest out of all of them. Still, Shannon is partly associated with water even though water is Searah's element, given the amount of time she spends during the chase sequence trying to go through liquid glass.
*** Burnda = Walltha: Fire-themed, pilots a huge mecha, boxes the protagonists with mechas in a volcano.
*** Burrda = Heyourgah: We don't know much about Heyourgah [[spoiler:as Vorkken kills him before he's encountered]], but his files do reveal that he's ice-themed and fast. Burrda fits both of these.
*** Dove = Gimme: TheDragon who has an enourmous flagship, a mecha based on the Flatwoods Monster, and is fought in [[spoiler:the remains of a "major" city/town after it's been pulled to the sky thanks to a type of anti-gravity beam.]]
*** [=.GIFfany=] = Jergingha: The BigBad




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* GreenThumb: The professor of plants. She can possess trees to form a pseudo-mecha around her, and can even accellerate plant growth.
* MrExposition: After being caught in the Illegal Prime Neutralizer, she acts as the expository guide for the main characters for the majority of the story. Unlike most exposition-givers, however, she has a habit of giving information too ''late'', thanks to being rather forgetful and having an odd habit of only telling the gang about the absolute next professor in line (she believes that there is hardly any point in throwing information about any ''future'' enemies well before the prep time to go and face them).



* StarterVillain: Rose was hardly an obstacle, much less a villain, as she just tried to talk the group out of progressing the domains rather than outright try to attack them. Kathody is the first ''real'' threat faced in the Gifocalypse, and




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* SmallNameBigEgo: Has a high opinion of herself and what she creates. She's also smug enough to let her other three overseers toy around with the gang first before going after them herself.



* {{Jerkass}}: Not very pleasant to any of her other copies or the humans. She only puts up with them in the first place because they "repaired" her and brought her physical form back to its fullest abilities, and that they felt she owed them one.



* NightmareFace: Tries to invoke this by shading out her upper face, which is similar to how she appears for a quick flash in canon. This is considered rather unimpressive. [[spoiler:And that's why she ''really'' kicks up her expressions in the endgame, where she does things like showing herself aging to the point of ''rotting'' when she talks about a human's finite lifespan, or representing humanity in general by having Dipper, Mabel, Soos, and Wendy's faces all emerging out of hers at once in complete agony.]]
* OurFounder: Unlike ''all'' of the other domains, her place eventuallys gets an enormous, "[=3D=] pixel" statue in her image at the greeting site. [[spoiler:Readers are led to think that this is her Main Possession. It's not. The ''entire'' base is.]]



* BlueAndOrangeMorality: Pretty much all of them strive to obey video game logic in some way. Where nothing is permanent, fighting is a good way to solve problems, and money works in a very bizarre way. All of the various lessons the professors learn can be summed up as them learning how to properly function in the real world.



* VaporWear: Burnda is the '''only''' copy of the ''entire'' group, [[spoiler:even counting the later-generations/production lines created at the Planet Negation Girl]], that wears bras. And even then, she only did it as a sign of rebellion, [[spoiler:flat-out unhooking hers and letting it get disintegrated by the reentry fall in the finale]]. They might wear bikini tops, sort of lingere pajama tops, etc, but never outright bras. And even underpants are a maybe in some of their cases.



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[[folder:The Homer Jay Simpson Clones]]

* NakedPeopleAreFunny: One of their hypers is that a clone suddenly flashes into wearing a coat, turns towards his enemy (read: away from the player, thankfully), and flashes said opponent. If this move hits, a sound clip of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic shouting "GAME OVER MAN, GAME OVER!" from his ''WesternAnimation/{{Foodfight}}'' plays.
* WouldHurtAChild: ''Brags'' about taking on children tougher than their opponent.

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[[folder:The Homer Jay Simpson Clones]]

* NakedPeopleAreFunny: One of their hypers is that a clone suddenly flashes into wearing a coat, turns towards his enemy (read: away from the player, thankfully), and flashes said opponent. If this move hits, a sound clip of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic shouting "GAME OVER MAN, GAME OVER!" from his ''WesternAnimation/{{Foodfight}}'' plays.
* WouldHurtAChild: ''Brags'' about taking on children tougher than their opponent.

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

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



* NighInvulnerable: She's even more resilient than Shannon or even [=.GIFfany=] at her strongest. She survives [[spoiler:taking a ''direct hit'' from an enormous spacecraft causing an even ''bigger'' explosion. While she was in the absolute center of this explosion. All this does is give her a few scratches and makes her say "Ow." (And it destroys her pants and part of her lower-shirt.)]] By comparison, Shannon has been damaged by Wendy while [=.GIFfany=] and exchanged blows until ''both of them'' were bleeding.

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* NighInvulnerable: She's even more resilient than Shannon or even [=.GIFfany=] at her strongest. She survives [[spoiler:taking a ''direct hit'' from an enormous spacecraft causing an even ''bigger'' explosion. While she was in the absolute center of this explosion. All this does is give her a few scratches and makes her say "Ow." (And it destroys her pants and part of her lower-shirt.)]] By comparison, Shannon has been damaged by recieved blood-letting hits from Wendy while [=.GIFfany=] and exchanged blows with Soos until ''both of them'' were bleeding.bleeding. So, in other words, nobody was able to draw blood from Dove.



* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Her body consists entirely of red and black colors, Fan saying that this is a parody of creepypasta or other horror stories that overuse the two colors. Oddly, her ''outfit'' has more "evil colors" (such as sickly greens, purples, and oranges) around her, but her naked self is limited to just black hair, gray skin, and an occasional hint of red on the hair and eyes.



* TechnicalPacifist: Thinks killing is wrong. However, she ''does'' enjoy destroying things, capturing, fighting, etc. True to her word, her [[spoiler:attack on Gravity Falls]]

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* TechnicalPacifist: Thinks killing is wrong. However, she ''does'' enjoy destroying things, capturing, fighting, etc. True to her word, her [[spoiler:attack on Gravity Falls]] leaves no blood shed at all. She even holds special "nets" to catch people that fall.
* {{Tsundere}}: Intended to be a middle finger at these, specifically those that embrace the typical DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale routine and end up as the designated "final love interests." She's an absolute, destruction-crazy asshole who ''tries'' to excuse this with a "developing relationship" with Soos. It backfires horribly. She flat-out asks if the townspeople of Gravity Falls would consider her redeemed and "absolutely fucking adorable, no, adorkable!" and gets a punch in the face by Stan as an answer.



* IronicEcho: Compare what Burnda tells her in the end of chapter 10 to what she tells Burnda in the middle of chapter 13.
-->'''Burnda:''' ''(Taps [=.GIFfany=] on the nose repeatedly)'' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:your "next generations" will be doing.]] We can barely listen to you, why do you think they would?\\
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'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' Do you see this? Do you see this? I am doing to you what [[spoiler:my new line of sistrs]] did ''NOT'' do to me!



* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: Come in a large number of skin colors, some realistic, many not, practically following Fan's signature. Even out of the professors, there's more technicolor ones than not-technicolor ones. Examples are Bubbles (red), Cardia (orange, though her's might actually pass as a realistic skin color), Leona (yellow), Dian (green), Burnda and Burrda (both cyan), Sonia (blue), Wendy (purple), Rose (a '''very''' saturated, deep hot pink), and Dove (gray).



* {{Mukokuseki}}: As computer programs, they're technically raceless, though several have assigned races both real and [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation fictional]] to their characters. This aside, it's hard to tell just what some of the skin toned-copies are supposed to ''be''. Even the template [=.GIFfany=] being Japanese/Asian is depicted as a firm "maybe," though it's implied that they all are. GPF eventually said that unless Alex Hirsch or another writer were to say otherwise, he considers [=.GIFfany=] to "have started her own race at this point," and they're all "of [=.GIFfany=] descent."
* ShoutOut: Design-wise, some take inspiration from a large number of sources. Some more obscure than others. WordOfGod is that the first three of the 100 Duelers have their designs based on [[Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic Paimon]], [[WebOriginal/{{Creamsicle}} Sunglasses]], and Stupidella respectively -- the former and latter are canonically topless, the second has been mis-interpreted as such. Meanwhile, the [=AIs=] that appear after Burnda and Burrda fuse to become Blenda are, also confirmed by Fan, to be based on the crocodile and fish women from ''VideoGame/TheFirstFunkyFighter'', minus the animal heads.




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* {{Troll}}: She loves to just turn herself into smoke when her opponent (in this case Mabel) thinks that they have her caught.



* FanDisservice: Chapter 9 has, in order: A copy (and by implication several, but definitely not all, of her followers) that wears nothing but smoky wisps, a team of metal swimsuit-clad lab workers who treat acid baths like swimming pools, "that scene" with the BigBad admiring herself naked and slapping her own ass, and a group of 100 topless swordswomen led by a mushroom-clad wannabe princess. Then there's... her. She starts off looking like a standard CuteMonsterGirl, but once it's revealed that the black, lumpy "floor" in her arena is actually ''a huge mass of spiders'' she goes OneWingedAngel and everything goes straight to hell.

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* FanDisservice: Chapter 9 has, in order: A copy (and by implication several, but definitely not all, of her followers) that wears nothing but smoky wisps, a team of metal swimsuit-clad lab workers who treat acid baths like swimming pools, "that scene" with the BigBad admiring herself naked and slapping her own ass, and a group of 100 topless swordswomen led by a mushroom-clad wannabe princess. Then there's... her. She starts off looking like a standard CuteMonsterGirl, but once it's revealed that the black, lumpy "floor" in her arena is actually ''a huge mass of spiders'' she goes OneWingedAngel and everything goes straight to hell. Much later, it's revealed that she can transform her ''eyes'' into giant spider leg-like appendages, and was planned to do so in her battle in chapter 9, but this was pushed to chapter 12 because of 9's sheer length.



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

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



* {{Foreshadowing}}: In several domains, it's mentioned through an offhand line that copies are too busy looking into certain mirrors with chartreuse frames to actually do their given task. Chapter 10 finally explains what these mirrors are, and why they seem to be addicting.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Technically the Glitches are no more different than [=.GIFfany=]'s partly-damaged form at the beginning of the story. They only come off as feral animals at first because A: it's actually the withdrawl effects of the mirrors, and B: their deformations are much worse, and they're panicing a lot more.
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In several domains, it's mentioned through an offhand line that copies are too busy looking into certain mirrors with chartreuse frames to actually do their given task. Chapter 10 finally explains what these mirrors are, and why they seem to be addicting.



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




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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Chapters 5, 9, and 12 all have flashbacks detailing them, five at a time. (Four in the case of the latter, as there's only four players there -- Gerald was the last one to play both Burnda and Burrda's copy). Sure enough, they all become relevant towards the very end. [[spoiler:This also foreshadows [=.GIFfany=]'s access to the Nightmare Realm, given that she really ''is'' projecting these conversations on to the gang while they sleep.]]



I've been thinking about ''painfully positive when negative would make more sense. Painfully negative when positivity would make more sense. Painfully neutral on side-breaking debates.'' Or something along those lines.
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