History FanFic / ChristianHumberReloaded

30th Jun '16 7:13:38 PM nombretomado
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* HalfHumanHybrid -- He's a wolf with a "human form," but he's also a [[DragonBall Super Saiyan]] and he seems to be part demon and dragon as well as [[{{Bionicle}} Hordeka]]. Chridon is a Megaolodon/human hybrid.

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* HalfHumanHybrid -- He's a wolf with a "human form," but he's also a [[DragonBall Super Saiyan]] and he seems to be part demon and dragon as well as [[{{Bionicle}} [[Toys/{{Bionicle}} Hordeka]]. Chridon is a Megaolodon/human hybrid.



* MegaCrossover -- In order of introduction: ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'', ''Anime/DragonballZ'', ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'', ''Anime/FinalFantasyUnlimited'', ''Manga/InuYasha'' (in the form of a white Shikon jewel smacking him in the head), ''{{Starcraft}}'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''Manga/OutlawStar'' (via a "Castor" shotgun!), ''Film/TheMatrix'' (blatantly stealing several action scenes from the first movie), ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' (with weapons renamed after ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' mainstays), ''Inu Yasha'' again (recasting Vash as Inu Yasha), ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''Anime/WolfsRain'', ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', ''PrinceOfPersia'' (circa Playstation 2/Xbox), ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', and last and least ''StreetSharks''. That's a total of nineteen different series crossed over, repeatedly. That is, a total of nineteen that the average nerd would recognize. Beyond this there are any number of cliche storylines, plotlines gingerly taken from existing movies and other media, and truly bizarre digressions and statements that may be references to stuff the average Internet jockey can't begin to identify. References can be quite subtle and nearly relentless.

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* MegaCrossover -- In order of introduction: ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'', ''Anime/DragonballZ'', ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'', ''Anime/FinalFantasyUnlimited'', ''Manga/InuYasha'' (in the form of a white Shikon jewel smacking him in the head), ''{{Starcraft}}'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''Manga/OutlawStar'' (via a "Castor" shotgun!), ''Film/TheMatrix'' (blatantly stealing several action scenes from the first movie), ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' (with weapons renamed after ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' mainstays), ''Inu Yasha'' again (recasting Vash as Inu Yasha), ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''Anime/WolfsRain'', ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', ''PrinceOfPersia'' (circa Playstation 2/Xbox), ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', and last and least ''StreetSharks''. That's a total of nineteen different series crossed over, repeatedly. That is, a total of nineteen that the average nerd would recognize. Beyond this there are any number of cliche storylines, plotlines gingerly taken from existing movies and other media, and truly bizarre digressions and statements that may be references to stuff the average Internet jockey can't begin to identify. References can be quite subtle and nearly relentless.
17th Jun '16 10:13:28 AM Willbyr
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It's hard to describe the plot of the story, not because it's intricate and involved, but because it's very... sporadic, to put it lightly. The first chapters describe a wolf whose family is killed by hunters, and who is subjected to experiments by scientists. Sort of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh Rats of NIMH]]'' by way of ''Literature/WhiteFang'', you might say. The last chapters describe a [[GodModeSue cyborg vampire wolf-Saiyan-Demon-Dragon-Horteka armed to the teeth with multiply-apocalyptic superpowers and weapons]] marching on Washington alongside [[{{Hellsing}} the father of all vampires,]] [[KingdomHearts a world-hopping mystic knight,]] [[StreetSharks the hero's cyborg shark-man boyfriend]], and the hero's half-brother, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent a miles-long dragon that can control the seasons]]. How did he get from point A to point B? By murdering billions of demons, monsters, aliens, soldiers, cops, scientists, and innocent bystanders [[MegaCrossover from all across the multiverse]].

''Christian Humber Reloaded'' is a very strong contender for "worst fanfic ever written," aided by the fact that, unlike ''FanFic/MyImmortal'', most agree that it is ''not'' a parody, [[StealthParody stealth]] or otherwise. The storyline barely has any coherency, the protagonist is absurdly overpowered, the prose is unevocative with terrible grammar and punctuation, and a staggering number of series are butchered by virtue of being jammed into it with no regard to canon. It is so horrible it CrossesTheLineTwice into pure, unmitigated awesome not experienced since ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate''.

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It's hard to describe the plot of the story, not because it's intricate and involved, but because it's very... sporadic, to put it lightly. The first chapters describe a wolf whose family is killed by hunters, and who is subjected to experiments by scientists. Sort of ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh Rats of NIMH]]'' by way of ''Literature/WhiteFang'', you might say. The last chapters describe a [[GodModeSue cyborg vampire wolf-Saiyan-Demon-Dragon-Horteka armed to the teeth with multiply-apocalyptic superpowers and weapons]] marching on Washington alongside [[{{Hellsing}} [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} the father of all vampires,]] [[KingdomHearts vampires]], [[Franchise/KingdomHearts a world-hopping mystic knight,]] knight]], [[StreetSharks the hero's cyborg shark-man boyfriend]], and the hero's half-brother, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent a miles-long dragon that can control the seasons]]. How did he get from point A to point B? By murdering billions of demons, monsters, aliens, soldiers, cops, scientists, and innocent bystanders [[MegaCrossover from all across the multiverse]].

''Christian Humber Reloaded'' is a very strong contender for "worst fanfic ever written," aided by the fact that, unlike ''FanFic/MyImmortal'', most agree that it is ''not'' a parody, [[StealthParody stealth]] {{stealth|Parody}} or otherwise. The storyline barely has any coherency, the protagonist is absurdly overpowered, the prose is unevocative with terrible grammar and punctuation, and a staggering number of series are butchered by virtue of being jammed into it with no regard to canon. It is so horrible it CrossesTheLineTwice into pure, unmitigated awesome not experienced since ''Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate''.









* MegaCrossover -- In order of introduction: ''{{Trigun}}'', ''DragonballZ'', ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'', ''Anime/FinalFantasyUnlimited'', ''Manga/InuYasha'' (in the form of a white Shikon jewel smacking him in the head), ''{{Starcraft}}'', ''KingdomHearts'', ''Manga/OutlawStar'' (via a "Castor" shotgun!), ''Film/TheMatrix'' (blatantly stealing several action scenes from the first movie), ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' (with weapons renamed after ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' mainstays), ''Inu Yasha'' again (recasting Vash as Inu Yasha), ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''Anime/WolfsRain'', ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', ''PrinceOfPersia'' (circa Playstation 2/Xbox), ''{{Hellsing}}'', and last and least ''StreetSharks''. That's a total of nineteen different series crossed over, repeatedly. That is, a total of nineteen that the average nerd would recognize. Beyond this there are any number of cliche storylines, plotlines gingerly taken from existing movies and other media, and truly bizarre digressions and statements that may be references to stuff the average Internet jockey can't begin to identify. References can be quite subtle and nearly relentless.

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* MegaCrossover -- In order of introduction: ''{{Trigun}}'', ''DragonballZ'', ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'', ''Anime/DragonballZ'', ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'', ''Anime/FinalFantasyUnlimited'', ''Manga/InuYasha'' (in the form of a white Shikon jewel smacking him in the head), ''{{Starcraft}}'', ''KingdomHearts'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', ''Manga/OutlawStar'' (via a "Castor" shotgun!), ''Film/TheMatrix'' (blatantly stealing several action scenes from the first movie), ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' (with weapons renamed after ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' mainstays), ''Inu Yasha'' again (recasting Vash as Inu Yasha), ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''Anime/WolfsRain'', ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', ''PrinceOfPersia'' (circa Playstation 2/Xbox), ''{{Hellsing}}'', ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', and last and least ''StreetSharks''. That's a total of nineteen different series crossed over, repeatedly. That is, a total of nineteen that the average nerd would recognize. Beyond this there are any number of cliche storylines, plotlines gingerly taken from existing movies and other media, and truly bizarre digressions and statements that may be references to stuff the average Internet jockey can't begin to identify. References can be quite subtle and nearly relentless.



* TookALevelInBadass -- Vash takes several over the course of the plot, starting out as an ordinary wolf before gaining several transformation powers, as well as several powerful and magical weapons. [[KingdomHearts Sora]] gets some of Vash's power when Vash heals his injures.

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* TookALevelInBadass -- Vash takes several over the course of the plot, starting out as an ordinary wolf before gaining several transformation powers, as well as several powerful and magical weapons. [[KingdomHearts [[Franchise/KingdomHearts Sora]] gets some of Vash's power when Vash heals his injures.
30th May '16 9:15:29 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* CrapsackWorld -- Y'know the setting that gave the birth to {{GRIMDARK}}? That's canon in CHR. So is VideoGame/{{Doom}} and {{Starcraft}}, Franchise/{{Halo}} and its bloody planet-obliterating war went down in the past despite it still being the modern day somehow, WolfsRain and its the-earth-is-literally-dying backstory is in... Really, this planet was screwed royally even before Vash showed up.

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* CrapsackWorld -- Y'know the setting that gave the birth to {{GRIMDARK}}? That's canon in CHR. So is VideoGame/{{Doom}} and {{Starcraft}}, Franchise/{{Halo}} and its bloody planet-obliterating war went down in the past despite it still being the modern day somehow, WolfsRain Anime/WolfsRain and its the-earth-is-literally-dying backstory is in... Really, this planet was screwed royally even before Vash showed up.



* MegaCrossover -- In order of introduction: ''{{Trigun}}'', ''DragonballZ'', ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'', ''Anime/FinalFantasyUnlimited'', ''Manga/InuYasha'' (in the form of a white Shikon jewel smacking him in the head), ''{{Starcraft}}'', ''KingdomHearts'', ''Manga/OutlawStar'' (via a "Castor" shotgun!), ''Film/TheMatrix'' (blatantly stealing several action scenes from the first movie), ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' (with weapons renamed after ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' mainstays), ''Inu Yasha'' again (recasting Vash as Inu Yasha), ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''WolfsRain'', ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', ''PrinceOfPersia'' (circa Playstation 2/Xbox), ''{{Hellsing}}'', and last and least ''StreetSharks''. That's a total of nineteen different series crossed over, repeatedly. That is, a total of nineteen that the average nerd would recognize. Beyond this there are any number of cliche storylines, plotlines gingerly taken from existing movies and other media, and truly bizarre digressions and statements that may be references to stuff the average Internet jockey can't begin to identify. References can be quite subtle and nearly relentless.

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* MegaCrossover -- In order of introduction: ''{{Trigun}}'', ''DragonballZ'', ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'', ''Anime/FinalFantasyUnlimited'', ''Manga/InuYasha'' (in the form of a white Shikon jewel smacking him in the head), ''{{Starcraft}}'', ''KingdomHearts'', ''Manga/OutlawStar'' (via a "Castor" shotgun!), ''Film/TheMatrix'' (blatantly stealing several action scenes from the first movie), ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' (with weapons renamed after ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' mainstays), ''Inu Yasha'' again (recasting Vash as Inu Yasha), ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', ''WolfsRain'', ''Anime/WolfsRain'', ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', ''PrinceOfPersia'' (circa Playstation 2/Xbox), ''{{Hellsing}}'', and last and least ''StreetSharks''. That's a total of nineteen different series crossed over, repeatedly. That is, a total of nineteen that the average nerd would recognize. Beyond this there are any number of cliche storylines, plotlines gingerly taken from existing movies and other media, and truly bizarre digressions and statements that may be references to stuff the average Internet jockey can't begin to identify. References can be quite subtle and nearly relentless.



** Right off the bat, and he references WolfsRain...

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** Right off the bat, and he references WolfsRain...
Anime/WolfsRain...
30th Mar '16 3:16:38 PM Theriocephalus
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The fanfic is also notable as a case of cyber-bullying. A group of students at the school noticed Christian's writing and one of them pretended to be his friend for the purpose of getting a copy. Being relatively friendless and naively trusting, Humber shared his work with them willingly. The group then proceeded to post it online for the sole purpose of humiliating Humber over the Internet (because, as we all know, KidsAreCruel and TeensareMonsters). They were eventually forced by the school to publicly apologize for their harassment, but it was too late by then: they'd already unleashed the monstrous fanfic on us all and the name of Christian Humber had become infamous worldwide. Luckily, their plan backfired, since they are known as assholes while Humber's work has earned cult status for the reasons stated above.

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The fanfic is also notable as a case of cyber-bullying. A group of students at the school noticed Christian's writing and one of them pretended to be his friend for the purpose of getting a copy. Being relatively friendless and naively trusting, Humber shared his work with them willingly. The group then proceeded to post it online for the sole purpose of humiliating Humber over the Internet (because, as we all know, KidsAreCruel and TeensareMonsters).TeensAreMonsters). They were eventually forced by the school to publicly apologize for their harassment, but it was too late by then: they'd already unleashed the monstrous fanfic on us all and the name of Christian Humber had become infamous worldwide. Luckily, their plan backfired, since they are known as assholes while Humber's work has earned cult status for the reasons stated above.
7th Feb '16 10:13:43 AM DoomTay
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone -- Vash bursts out of a dragon's belly, but then after seeing what he did, he decides to travel to China and kill another dragon to purify his heart.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone -- Vash bursts out of a dragon's belly, but then after seeing what he did, he decides to travel to China and kill another a dragon demon to purify his heart.heart. In doing so, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero he kicks off a war]]
7th Feb '16 10:10:38 AM DoomTay
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone -- Vash bursts out of a dragon's belly, but then after seeing what he did, he decides to travel to China and kill another dragon to purify his heart.
9th Dec '15 3:12:29 PM FF32
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Not to be confused with another [[{{Sonichu}} Christian]] just as infamous (if not more so) for his terrible fan-fiction.

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Not to be confused with another [[{{Sonichu}} [[Webcomic/{{Sonichu}} Christian]] just as infamous (if not more so) for his terrible fan-fiction.
28th Nov '15 4:50:01 PM nombretomado
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It's hard to describe the plot of the story, not because it's intricate and involved, but because it's very... sporadic, to put it lightly. The first chapters describe a wolf whose family is killed by hunters, and who is subjected to experiments by scientists. Sort of ''[[TheSecretOfNIMH Rats of NIMH]]'' by way of ''Literature/WhiteFang'', you might say. The last chapters describe a [[GodModeSue cyborg vampire wolf-Saiyan-Demon-Dragon-Horteka armed to the teeth with multiply-apocalyptic superpowers and weapons]] marching on Washington alongside [[{{Hellsing}} the father of all vampires,]] [[KingdomHearts a world-hopping mystic knight,]] [[StreetSharks the hero's cyborg shark-man boyfriend]], and the hero's half-brother, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent a miles-long dragon that can control the seasons]]. How did he get from point A to point B? By murdering billions of demons, monsters, aliens, soldiers, cops, scientists, and innocent bystanders [[MegaCrossover from all across the multiverse]].

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It's hard to describe the plot of the story, not because it's intricate and involved, but because it's very... sporadic, to put it lightly. The first chapters describe a wolf whose family is killed by hunters, and who is subjected to experiments by scientists. Sort of ''[[TheSecretOfNIMH ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh Rats of NIMH]]'' by way of ''Literature/WhiteFang'', you might say. The last chapters describe a [[GodModeSue cyborg vampire wolf-Saiyan-Demon-Dragon-Horteka armed to the teeth with multiply-apocalyptic superpowers and weapons]] marching on Washington alongside [[{{Hellsing}} the father of all vampires,]] [[KingdomHearts a world-hopping mystic knight,]] [[StreetSharks the hero's cyborg shark-man boyfriend]], and the hero's half-brother, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent a miles-long dragon that can control the seasons]]. How did he get from point A to point B? By murdering billions of demons, monsters, aliens, soldiers, cops, scientists, and innocent bystanders [[MegaCrossover from all across the multiverse]].
20th Nov '15 6:28:51 AM Nohbody
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* ICantUseTheseThingsTogether -- Averted...massively! The earliest example is when Vash goes toe-to-toe with a demon dragon which can only be harmed by the Shing-Shingo sword, which in turn can only put it to sleep for a thousand years. What does Vash do? Ram it together with one of his backup swords, which combines both their strengths and none of their weaknesses. Down goes the dragon.


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* InformingTheFourthWall -- Averted. The earliest example is when Vash goes toe-to-toe with a demon dragon which can only be harmed by the Shing-Shingo sword, which in turn can only put it to sleep for a thousand years. What does Vash do? Ram it together with one of his backup swords, which combines both their strengths and none of their weaknesses. Down goes the dragon.
24th Oct '15 4:44:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* ForgottenPhlebotinum -- For whatever reason Vash either forgets or deliberately fights without his full suite of powers. It's ambiguous as to if the author himself loses track of his powers, or if in-story Vash is GenreSavvy enough to know that lowballing his fights enables EleventhHourSuperpower excellence.

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* ForgottenPhlebotinum -- For whatever reason Vash either forgets or deliberately fights without his full suite of powers. It's ambiguous as to if the author himself loses track of his powers, or if in-story Vash is GenreSavvy smart enough to know that lowballing his fights enables EleventhHourSuperpower excellence.
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