History FanFic / SBIGSeries

30th Apr '17 12:29:17 AM greatpikminfan
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* ''Webcomic/SweetJadeAndHellaJohn'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2012--2013, possible remake around 2016)

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* ''Webcomic/SweetJadeAndHellaJohn'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2012--2013, possible remake around 2016)2017)



* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12301044/1/Spooky-s-Jump-Scare-M-OH-LOOK-IT-S-BILL-CIPHER Spooky's Jump Scare M- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!]]'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' and ''VideoGame/SpookysHouseOfJumpScares'', 2016)
* ''Housestuck: The Split'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', upcoming, the GrandFinale, planned to start in 2016 or 2017)

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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12301044/1/Spooky-s-Jump-Scare-M-OH-LOOK-IT-S-BILL-CIPHER Spooky's Jump Scare M- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!]]'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' and ''VideoGame/SpookysHouseOfJumpScares'', 2016)
2016--2017)
* ''Housestuck: The Split'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', upcoming, the GrandFinale, planned to start in 2016 2017 or 2017)
2018)



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''[[note]]First cameoed in ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals''.[[/note]]



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''[[note]]''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', minor mention in ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals''.[[/note]]


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* SurpriseIncest: [[spoiler:Dipper and Mabel's both trying to get the former to be closer to Pacifica, as it is revealed that this story is a direct prequel to one where they find out that Pacifica and Dipper are blood relatives.]]


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* WhamEpisode: Chapter 5, even by the standards of a finale. [[spoiler:It turns out that this is a ''prequel'' to ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Some of the oddities, such as Dipper having a missing arm, are explained here. As soon as Nzyvo appears, suddenly the buildup the chapter had been doing makes perfect sense. Also, Mabel uses Spiral Power for the first time.]]


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* AntiClimax: How Pride is dealt with. [[spoiler:He brags that he did not build his tower with a foundation. Cue the group just ''leaving'' him while his tower completely falls, crushing him in the wreckage.]]
16th Apr '17 10:26:03 PM greatpikminfan
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** ''Dexter Vs the Elementals'' (''Series/{{Dexter}}'')




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* ''Series/{{Dexter}}''



* ''Series/{{Dexter}}''



* AffectionateParody: It's made pretty clear that GPF usually[[note]]''Homestuck'' became a bit of a mixed bag; he liked it at the time he started its early ''SBIG'' installments, but somewhere down the line his opinion on it soured. As this was before ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' ended, [[CreatorBreakdown the latter chapters might come off as being a little more mean-spirited to canon]][[/note]] enjoys the stories he's writing intentionally poorly-written fan fiction of. Despite frequent TakeThat[=s=], the base canons are usually left off lightly. In fact, he toned down on featuring ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' because he ''didn't'' like the newer episodes and did not want to write entire stories based on it. The series also counts as one towards fan fiction in general, as it does not serve to shock readers like several TrollFic[=s=] do, but instead entertain them with legitimate stand-alone stories that happen to be really weird and backed on plot holes.



** Ever wanted to see a nude, buff man with the head of Journal 3 itself? Or Waddles in a more humanoid, also naked body? No? Then be thankful that the events shown at the very beginning of the first chapter are not going to happen, as a deliberate nod to ''Gurren Lagann'' having an introduction that was unlike the direction the story would end up going. On the other hand, the lack of an aged-up Wendy running around in only a single piece of tape on her crotch might disappoint some.



* IgnoreTheFanservice: In chapter 4, [=.GIFfany=] tries to seduce Soos by undressing herself and revealing... that she has [=DVDs=] of various science fiction series in the inside of her clothes. Soos cares about the [=DVDs=] and barely even cares that she's naked. Meanwhile, Rumble is clearly interested in the show, and Melody is downright flustered by her. [[spoiler:Subverted when she turns around and he ''is'' interested in her butt. In this verse, Soos is definitely an ass-man.]]

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* ItMakesSenseInContext: Reportedly this is what the "flash foreward" beginning was going to be like. However, thanks to in-universe WhatCouldHaveBeen, the reader would just have to take the alter ego-author's word that elements such as Soos having fairy wings, Waddles and Journal 3 getting buff naked humanoid bodies, Wendy's extremely questionable choice of attire, and the spaceship version of the Shackan Lagann would have just made sense in that version.
* IgnoreTheFanservice: In chapter 4, [=.GIFfany=] tries to seduce Soos by undressing herself and revealing... that she has [=DVDs=] of various science fiction series in the inside of her clothes. Soos cares about the [=DVDs=] and barely even cares notices that she's naked. Meanwhile, Rumble is clearly interested in the show, and Melody is downright flustered by her. [[spoiler:Subverted when she turns around and he ''is'' interested in her butt. In this verse, Soos is definitely an ass-man.]]



* LongTitle: All of the chapter titles, except for "Soos in Giffany Land" and "Family Reunion." The story itself has a name that is quite a mouthful too.

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* LongTitle: All of the chapter titles, except for "Family Reunion." Chapter 4 was another exception, just being "Soos in Giffany Land" and "Family Reunion." [sic], until Great Pikmin Fan retroactively added a ridiculously long subtitle to it that managed to ''dwarf'' the previous three chapter names. The story itself has a name that is quite a mouthful too.



* MeaningfulName: "Finalayer" sounds like "Final" and "Lair," and it's the final lair [[spoiler:of the first half of the story.]]

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* MeaningfulName: "Finalayer" sounds looks like "Final" and "Lair," "Layer," the latter of which sounds exactly like "Lair." and it's the final lair [[spoiler:of the first half of the story.]]



* RedHerring: The very first chapter of the story introduces Nzyvo, whose name is just Mabel's put in an Atbash cipher. She also looks like Mabel, but DarkerAndEdgier, and she pilots a mecha that Mabel eventually finds the GoodCounterpart to. Towards the end of the first half, she also talks a ''lot'' about finding a certain relative. It sounds a lot like she's some kind of AlternateSelf, right? [[spoiler:Nope. She's a sister. She just looks weird and has these super-abilities because she was a government experiment. There ''isn't'' a "Dipper counterpart" -- the closest would be Pacifica.]]

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* RedHerring: RedHerring:
** The fic was retroactively written so that the beginning has a bizarre "flash foreward" to what is ''not'' how the story is going to go in a deliberate throwback to the beginning of ''Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann''. In it, a 19/20 year-old Dipper is seen along a Mystery Shack-spaceship hybrid where he has a crew consisting of Journal 3 (given a human body but otherwise keeping the book ''as his head''), Waddles (given sapience and a more humanoid form), Soos (who is naked and with fairy wings), the Pterodactyl (with cyber parts), and Wendy (who is wearing nothing but a single piece of duct tape over her vagina). He also has a robotic left arm, has a glowing drill on a necklace, and the narrative almost makes it blatantly obvious that Mabel is dead by this point. Anyone who knew about the opening to ''Gurren Lagann'' would find that, by the time the story goes to "the future," the actual fic would not be like this. [[spoiler:Lo and behold, ''Mabel'' is the one piloting Lagann (IE with the core drill) instead of Dipper and does not appear to be on death row any time soon. The Pterodatcyl is also dead by chapter 3. Soos ''does'' end up getting naked and it is heavily implied that he will stay that way, but jury's out on his fairy wings. So in an odd way, the beginning ''is'' foreshadowing some elements, they are just burried under a bunch of lies.]]
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The very first chapter of the story introduces Nzyvo, whose name is just Mabel's put in an Atbash cipher. She also looks like Mabel, but DarkerAndEdgier, and she pilots a mecha that Mabel eventually finds the GoodCounterpart to. Towards the end of the first half, she also talks a ''lot'' about finding a certain relative. It sounds a lot like she's some kind of AlternateSelf, AlternateSelf in search for her alternate Dipper, right? [[spoiler:Nope. She's a sister. She just looks weird and has these super-abilities because she was a government experiment. There ''isn't'' a "Dipper counterpart" -- the closest would be Pacifica.]]



* {{Stripperiffic}}: Most of the [=.GIFfany=] copies -- their "new" outfits here are a step-up from their relatively modest portayals in ''run:gifocalypse''. Especially notable with Dove, who goes from a full militant suit to wearing nothing but three bandaids that apparently don't even fully cover what they're supposed to.

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: {{Stripperiffic}}:
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Most of the [=.GIFfany=] copies -- their "new" outfits here are a step-up from their relatively modest portayals in ''run:gifocalypse''. Especially notable with Dove, who goes from a full militant suit to wearing nothing but three bandaids that apparently don't even fully cover what they're supposed to.to.
** The ShoutOut to ''Gurren Lagann''[='=]s retroactively bizarre [[WhatCouldHaveBeen "flash foreward"]] beginning also features post-time skip Wendy wearing ''nothing but a patch of duct tape'' over her crotch, and relying on GodivaHair out-universe. In-universe, topfreedom is apparently legal in that timeline, and there was "supposed to be" a huge arc about getting it legal spanning from chapters 11 all the way to 33. (This story will ''actually'' end on chapter 10.)



* FullFrontalAssault: Specimen 4, as this story uses the (scrapped) idea that appeared in concept art where the developers considered having her attack in the buff.

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* FullFrontalAssault: Specimen 4, as this story uses the (scrapped) idea that appeared in concept art where the developers considered having her attack in the buff. It's played for "fanservice" in the same usual parody-fanservice manner in ''SBIG''.
* IgnoreTheFanservice: Oddly, despite being very girl-crazy for most of the story, Dipper barely seems to care when [=.GIFfany=] has a naked mud wrestle against Specimens 4 and 13 in chapter 4.


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!! ''Dexter Vs the Elementals''

* TheBusCameBack: Cross-story, but the [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]] from chapter 3 of ''Hecksing: The Dawn'' return as full-fledged antagonists of their own short story.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It's Dexter Morgan. Going against people with ElementalPowers.
* FakeCrossover: The Elementals are ''technically Hellsing'' {{Original Character}}s, but this is not an actual ''Hellsing'' crossover and no characters from that manga appear.
* {{Flanderization}}: Both of Trinity's appearances focus on his infamous nude-attack scenes, portraying him as though he constantly goes around naked.
* FullFrontalAssault: Dexter spends most of the story being naked after the Elementals use some clothing disintegration on him. Trinity is always naked.
30th Mar '17 8:52:47 PM greatpikminfan
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* {{Flanderization}}: Alucard is considerably more childish than his ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' self. There might be some mild justification as it is heavily implied that these are not the same Alucards, but it's still quite a leap from the last installments he was in.

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* {{Flanderization}}: {{Flanderization}}:
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Alucard is considerably more childish than his ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' self. There might be some mild justification as it is heavily implied that these are not the same Alucards, but it's still quite a leap from the last installments he was in.in.
** Kamina. In his debut in ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', he was mostly regarded as a mature yet responsible party animal with a high-rank in the Spartan Time Travel corps. In ''Hecksing: The Dawn'', he enters his rivalry with Alucard proper and is shown to be a bit less mature than that. (Although that could be justified under Alucard and Kamina never crossing paths during the events of HUC proper -- [[spoiler:the former was dead by the time the latter rejoined]].) As ''guy with the ninja'' goes on, he's flat-out getting in to childish debates with Alucard here.



* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Naruto is a blatant sexist and ([[GirlOnGirlIsHot when it comes to guy/guy]]) homophobe, .

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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Naruto is a blatant sexist and ([[GirlOnGirlIsHot when it comes to guy/guy]]) homophobe, .homophobe. He also wants to take over the entire world.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Parodied and gender-inverted, with Professor Dove trying to seduce Soos by being a "bad girl" in chapter 5, when they're already together.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Parodied and gender-inverted, with Professor Dove trying to seduce Soos by being a "bad girl" in chapter 5, when they're already together. This also describes Soos, Melody, and Rumble's relationship with the [=.GIFfany=] copies in general, in a broader term.



* AscendedExtra:
** The show's previous [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]] all havee much bigger roles, some of them even dwarfing Bill's role in this story. Just like ''run:gifocalypse'' (although not ''nearly'' to as big of an extent), [=.GIFfany=] has a lot of focus to the point of being a member of the SpotlightStealingSquad. Joining her this time, however, are Rumble (which is to be expected, given how he's a fellow video game-being and [[Literature/GravityFallsJournal3 they even end up together in canon]]) and the Summerween Trickster (which is a little less expected). Downplayed with the others -- the Shape Shifter and Pterodactyl ''are'' at least reoccuring in the form of Nzyvo's QuirkyMinibossSquad, but are still pretty "episodic" in terms of their role in the story. Ma and Pa are also episodic returning weekly monsters, but at least they get a second storyline devoted to fighting them.
** Melody is a member of the main cast following chapter 4 instead of being Soos' love interest with a major role in only one episode. The end of the first half implies that she will have an important role in the story running for president of the United States.
** Pacifica is actively involved with the main plot instead of being a side-character that gets caught up in a few weekly-monster situations, [[spoiler:although she is '''not''' Dipper's love interest. Or Mabel's, for that matter. She's the ''sister'' of both of them.]]



** "Creepypasta Sonic" is taken seriously by a grand total of zero characters and his "battle" just ends with him getting kicked away to parts unknown.

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** "Creepypasta Sonic" is taken seriously by a grand total of zero characters and his "battle" just ends with him getting kicked away to parts unknown. ''Spooky's'' retroactively makes this worse, as it too has a "Creepypasta X" character, only the "X" is ''Ronald [=McDonald=]''. And Creepypasta Ronald is ''still'' more of a threat than Creepypasta Sonic. So it's not just a "Creepypasta X" thing in ''SBIG'', it's specifically a Creepypasta ''Sonic'' thing.
* TheChosenOne: The people who were given the "Powers." Dipper, with the Power of Courage; Nzyvo, with the [[ShapedLikeItself Power of Power]]; and [[spoiler:Pacifica]], with the Power of Wisdom.



* EvilVersusEvil: Bill (possessing Gideon, at Gideon's own request) vs Not-Bill in chapter 3. One of them is a StalkerWithACrush that wants to force Dipper to marry him. The other is actually ''worse'', a demon trying to destroy reality for fun. The Mystery Shack crew ''could'' have stepped in and fought, but it was ultimately Bill who took on Not-Bill in battle and fired him out of a canon in to the Sun.



** Ever since [=.GIFfany=] shred his clothes by mistake (she was trying to kill him instead), Soos walks around butt-naked for the rest of the story.

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** Ever since [=.GIFfany=] shred his clothes by mistake (she was trying to kill him instead), Soos walks around butt-naked for the rest of the story. It reaches a point where he inexplicably opts against wearing a helmet on a motorcycle after being asked if that technically means he will be putting on a form of clothes.



* IgnoreTheFanservice: In chapter 4, [=.GIFfany=] tries to seduce Soos by undressing herself and revealing... that she has [=DVDs=] of various science fiction series in the inside of her clothes. Soos cares about the [=DVDs=] and barely even cares that she's naked. Meanwhile, Rumble is clearly interested in the show, and Melody is downright flustered by her. [[spoiler:Subverted when she turns around and he ''is'' interested in her butt. In this verse, Soos is definitely an ass-man.]]



* LongTitle: All of the chapter titles, except for "Soos in Giffany Land" and "Family Reunion." The story itself has a name that is quite a mouthful too.
* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler:It turns out that the story implying that Nzyvo might be a kind of alternate world counterpart of Mabel was all just a Red Herring. They are plain ol' sisters that look alike. Pacifica is another sister and another example of the trope, if one that looks less like any of the other three Pine kids.]]



* MsFanservice: Parodied with [=.GIFfany=] -- she's stated to be stacked, has a large ass, doesn't wear a bra, have a large collection of panties, and does not give a crap about going around completely naked. She also has a ''huge'' number of other copies willing to change their appearance to become a sort-of ThemedHarem (in this case, monster girls). The end of chapter 4 has a number of them preparing food in nothing but aprons, while a small group of them takes up the showers.



* IgnoreTheFanservice: In chapter 4, [=.GIFfany=] tries to seduce Soos by undressing herself and revealing... that she has [=DVDs=] of various science fiction series in the inside of her clothes. Soos cares about the [=DVDs=] and barely even cares that she's naked. Meanwhile, Rumble is clearly interested in the show, and Melody is downright flustered by her. [[spoiler:Subverted when she turns around and he ''is'' interested in her butt. In this verse, Soos is definitely an ass-man.]]
* MsFanservice: Parodied with [=.GIFfany=] -- she's stated to be stacked, has a large ass, doesn't wear a bra, have a large collection of panties, and does not give a crap about going around completely naked. She also has a ''huge'' number of other copies willing to change their appearance to become a sort-of ThemedHarem (in this case, monster girls). The end of chapter 4 has a number of them preparing food in nothing but aprons, while a small group of them takes up the showers.



* RedHerring: The very first chapter of the story introduces Nzyvo, whose name is just Mabel's put in an Atbash cipher. She also looks like Mabel, but DarkerAndEdgier, and she pilots a mecha that Mabel eventually finds the GoodCounterpart to. Towards the end of the first half, she also talks a ''lot'' about finding a certain relative. It sounds a lot like she's some kind of AlternateSelf, right? [[spoiler:Nope. She's a sister. She just looks weird and has these super-abilities because she was a government experiment. There ''isn't'' a "Dipper counterpart" -- the closest would be Pacifica.]]
* RedemptionEqualsSex: Gender-inverted: [[spoiler:Soos is pretty much credited as the one to redeem all of the [=.GIFfany=] copies, and shortly after his (off-screen due to its hour+ long length) speech they all have sex. Rumble and Melody are involved too, except neither of them was really "evil." (Rumble just has a bizarre way of understanding morality.)]]



* ToiletHumor: In chapter 4, Soos legitimately needs to use the bathroom while running away from millions of crazed stalkers after him. While there, the story lingers a bit when Wendy-the-copy (one such stalker) breaks in and he nearly forgets to... clean after himself. The narrator ''notably'' shows some hesitance in describing Soos' actions around that time.



* WalkingSpoiler:
** Pacifica. The moment she appears in the story is near the end of the WhamChapter cliffhanger for the second half/arc. [[spoiler:She's actually a long-lost sister to the Pines ''and'' Nzyvo, being a military project that was eventually adopted by the Northwests.]]
** Nzyvo. [[spoiler:She's the apparent Big Bad, but the end of the first half reveals that she was apparently ''good'' and just trying to save her sister Pacifica. She's another military experiment adopted by another branch of the Northwests, and knows about a mysterious "Typomonster" that needs to have a certain set of rituals done in other to please her.]]



** Chapter 4. [[spoiler:Nzyvo ditches her whole "band of villains" schtick entirely as the Shape Shifter dies, Gideon quits and leaves, and Rumble, [=.GIFfany=], and the Summerween Trickster all end up being "redeemed" and eventually join the Mystery Shack group. The Trickster quickly gets into a relationship with Stan, while the two video game characters end up getting intoa polygamous relationship with Soos and Melody. The chapter ends with Nzyvo sending a non-lethal blast to the Mystery Shack and challenging them all to the "final battle."]]

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** Chapter 4. [[spoiler:Nzyvo ditches her whole "band of villains" schtick entirely as the Shape Shifter dies, Gideon quits and leaves, and Rumble, [=.GIFfany=], and the Summerween Trickster all end up being "redeemed" and eventually join the Mystery Shack group. The Trickster quickly gets into a relationship with Stan, while the two video game characters end up getting intoa into a polygamous relationship with Soos and Melody. The chapter ends with Nzyvo sending a non-lethal blast to the Mystery Shack and challenging them all to the "final battle."]]




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* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: [[spoiler:Thought the story would be over after the final battle with Nzyvo? Nope. Turns out there's a threatening "Typomonster" somewhere out there.]] To add insult to injury, chapter 3 is focused about getting closer to [[spoiler:Nzyvo]] and it is explicitely called "Onwards to the Journey to the '''Final''' Boss!"



* AffectionateParody: The story as a whole is one to overly focusing on romance even though there are serious villain-beating-related issues at hand.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: Specimen 9. Spooky and GL Labs do not like him, and have tried (and failed) to kill him. However, he is inexplicably loyal to the mansion despite being the only character confirmed to be able to leave whenever he wants to, and he's very powerful. This, Spooky at least ''tolerates'' him.




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* RunningGag: Bill's constant battling and bickering with Specimen 9.
* SkewedPriorities: Both Dipper and Mabel (to different extents) seem to think that Spooky's mansion is the ''perfect'' opportunity to get the former paired up with Pacifica. Despite being a thousand rooms full of deadly monsters that has a barrier preventing even powerful dream demons from leaving.
* TookALevelInBadass: Pacifica is not only notably ''more'' active than her canon counterpart, but she's actually getting things done at a quicker and more impressive rate than the far-more-experienced Pine twins. By contrast, Mabel and especially Dipper seem to be more focused on Dipper ending up with Pacifica, which seems to be a bit of a parody of fans having Dipper/Pacifica shipping goggles on most of the time.
* WinToExit: This was not the ''original'' plan of Spooky's mansion, but she decided to tell the group that this applies anyway in order to motivate them to actually move on deeper. It is not yet revealed if she is lying about this or not.
5th Mar '17 1:24:05 PM greatpikminfan
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* ''[[http://mspaforums.com/showthread.php?41781-MSPA-Fanfiction-VII-End-of-Thread-6-Flash&p=6570064#post6570064 Kids Fit the Trolls]]'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2012)

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* ''[[http://mspaforums.com/showthread.php?41781-MSPA-Fanfiction-VII-End-of-Thread-6-Flash&p=6570064#post6570064 Kids Fit KIDS FIT THE TROLLS]]'' ([[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12359739/1/KIDS-FIT-THE-TROLLS Mirror]], as the Trolls]]'' MSPA Forums are down) (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2012)



* ''[[http://mspaforums.com/showthread.php?41781-MSPA-Fanfiction-VII-End-of-Thread-6-Flash&p=7879083&viewfull=1#post7879083 Act 5 Vs Act 6]]'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2015)
* ''[[http://mspaforums.com/showthread.php?41781-MSPA-Fanfiction-VII-End-of-Thread-6-Flash&p=7879340&viewfull=1#post7879340 The Homestuck Thanksgiving Special]]''/[[spoiler:Actually titled ''Kids Fight the Zombies'']] (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2015)

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* ''[[http://mspaforums.com/showthread.php?41781-MSPA-Fanfiction-VII-End-of-Thread-6-Flash&p=7879083&viewfull=1#post7879083 Act KIDS FIT THE TROLLS 2: ACT 5 Vs Act VS ACT 6]]'' ([[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12361168/1/KIDS-FIT-THE-TROLLS-2-ACT-5-VS-ACT-6 Mirror]]) (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2015)
* ''[[http://mspaforums.com/showthread.php?41781-MSPA-Fanfiction-VII-End-of-Thread-6-Flash&p=7879340&viewfull=1#post7879340 The Homestuck Thanksgiving Special]]''/[[spoiler:Actually THE HOMESTUCK THANKSGIVING SPECIAL]]''/[[spoiler:Actually titled ''Kids Fight the Zombies'']] ''KIDS FIGHT THE ZOMBIES'']] ([[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12362817/1/THE-HOMESTUCK-THANKSGIVING-SPECIAL Mirror]]) (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2015)



* ''Spooky's House of OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' and ''VideoGame/SpookysHouseOfJumpScares'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016 as "filler" for ''Journals'')

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* ''Spooky's House of ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12301044/1/Spooky-s-Jump-Scare-M-OH-LOOK-IT-S-BILL-CIPHER Spooky's Jump Scare M- OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'' CIPHER!]]'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' and ''VideoGame/SpookysHouseOfJumpScares'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016 as "filler" for ''Journals'')2016)



* EvilCostumeSwitch: In chapter 3, Naruto changes his outfit to reference a bit of a fan fic trend to change Naruto's HighlyVisibleNinja suit.



* TakeThat: A lighthearted one at bash fics/harem fics/overpowered Naruto fics. Namely, while some of these ''do'' happen, Naruto is very clearly the bad guy and it's more of a tale of how the (much nicer) Sasuke steps up to stop him.

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* TakeThat: {{Flanderization}}: Alucard is considerably more childish than his ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' self. There might be some mild justification as it is heavily implied that these are not the same Alucards, but it's still quite a leap from the last installments he was in.
* InsultBackfire: Kamina, admist childish bickering with Alucard, tries to make a comeback at Alucard joking about his "hot ass" comment towards Leonard (Leonard warmed the seat of the motorcycle Kamina was about to ride) by saying that maybe the "true couple" is ''him'' and Alucard. Then he remembers that he's just Kamina, so he still made a joke at his own expense,
* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: Naruto is a blatant sexist and ([[GirlOnGirlIsHot when it comes to guy/guy]]) homophobe, .
* TakeThat:
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A lighthearted one at bash fics/harem fics/overpowered Naruto fics. Namely, while some of these ''do'' happen, Naruto is very clearly the bad guy and it's more of a tale of how the (much nicer) Sasuke steps up to stop him.him.
** The RunningGag of Naruto having brainwashed-Haku insist that Haku was ''always'' female is a pretty direct jab at an old {{fanon}} that Haku was "actually a woman the whole time." Especially if it's used for the purpose of shipping/harem stories.



* AbortedArc: Dipper's hunt for the keys was planned to last the whole story, but did not. It was cut short with the explanation that [[spoiler:Nzyvo found a key that let anyone with a "Power" transport all of the other non-special keys over to Finalayer.

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* AbortedArc: Dipper's hunt for the keys was planned to last the whole story, but did not. It was cut short with the explanation that [[spoiler:Nzyvo found a key that let anyone with a "Power" transport all of the other non-special keys over to Finalayer.Finalayer]].



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: WordOfGod was that the first one and a half chapters were written back when he had seen very little of ''Gravity Falls'', ''and'' the story was going to go in another direction. It shows there. He tried to invoke this by having a Nzyvo fight before she set up a more established "gang," which helps. Notably, Nzyvo only really gets the help of one random supernatural threat (the ghost couple from "The Inconveniencing")

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: WordOfGod was that the first one and a half chapters were written back when he had seen very little of ''Gravity Falls'', ''and'' the story was going to go in another direction. It shows there. He tried to invoke this by having a Nzyvo fight before she set up a more established "gang," which helps. Notably, Nzyvo only really gets the help of one random supernatural threat (the ghost couple from "The Inconveniencing")Inconveniencing") instead of her established QuirkyMinibossSquad and there is far more emphasis placed on the key-hunting. (The focus on key-hunting in particular was later dropped completely.)
* {{Expy}}:
** As this story is inspired by ''FanFic/TheLightOfCourage'', the Journals are the Triforces as massive jerks. Both take a common, familiar "trio" from their canons, bring them to life and make them talk, and (in the case of the animations for the Triforces) they're given cartoon-y arms and legs.
** Modascend, [[spoiler:Mabel's "chosen patron deity,"]] is basically an immortal godly [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Kamina.]]



* MythologyGag: Chapter 4 (the most sexual chapter in the story) has a number of nods to chapter 7 from ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (the most sexual chapter of ''it''). Such as certain characters trying to sleep in a neutral party's bed (Integra's in HUC, Dipper's in ''Journals''), a "sex scene" being "censored" in the narrative to avoid the necessity to bump up the age rating, and [[spoiler:the fact that group sex was used to stop a number of psychotic villains.]] It also has a pointed out call back to the very end of HUC. [[spoiler:One of the reactions that the skyscraper-people have to seeing Melody's naked ass against their window is the same as one of the reactions to the city of London seeing Hecksing naked.]]

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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Chapter 4 (the most sexual chapter in the story) has a number of nods to chapter 7 from ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (the most sexual chapter of ''it''). Such as certain characters trying to sleep in a neutral party's bed (Integra's in HUC, Dipper's in ''Journals''), a "sex scene" being "censored" in the narrative to avoid the necessity to bump up the age rating, and [[spoiler:the fact that group sex was used to stop a number of psychotic villains.]] It also has a pointed out call back to the very end of HUC. [[spoiler:One of the reactions that the skyscraper-people have to seeing Melody's naked ass against their window is the same as one of the reactions to the city of London seeing Hecksing naked.]]]]
** Chapter 4 in general is similar to GPF's previous ''run:gifocalypse'', just mostly condensed in to one chapter and with polygamy thrown in. Also, the canonical [=.GIFfany=] is ''less terrible'' than her other copies.



** Soos skyrockets into this as of chapter 4. [[spoiler:He has a harem in the ''millions'' -- and a Tumblr post from Great Pikmin Fan contains a blatant cipher that implies that they will be ''making even more copies of [=.GIFfany=]'' (similar to her ''run:gifocalypse'' counterpart starting up a machine that makes more of them) -- he not only does not lose the sweet girlfriend he already has, but also reforms his superpowered living video game girlfriend and all of her copies, and starts dating ''her'' superpowered living video game boyfriend. Not only does he and his three "main" lovers now have a harem that practically worships them, but it's implied that he just about has [=.GIFfany=] Land to himself, which is a sort of personalized paradise.]] All of this is in sharp contrast to Dipper, who goes through the story in a series of long, painful, slow journeys without any real fun on his part.

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** Soos skyrockets into this as of chapter 4. [[spoiler:He has a harem in the ''millions'' -- and a Tumblr post from Great Pikmin Fan contains a blatant cipher that implies that they will be ''making even more copies of [=.GIFfany=]'' (similar to her ''run:gifocalypse'' counterpart starting up a machine that makes more of them) -- he not only does not lose the sweet girlfriend he already has, but also reforms his superpowered living video game girlfriend and all of her copies, and starts dating ''her'' superpowered living video game boyfriend. Not only does he and his three "main" lovers now have a harem that practically worships them, but it's implied that he just about has [=.GIFfany=] Land to himself, which is a sort of personalized paradise.]] All of this is in sharp contrast to Dipper, who goes through the story in a series of long, painful, slow journeys without any real fun on his part.part and all of his ships being slowly killed off.



* ShipSinking: [[spoiler:As soon as Pacifica actually appears, the story reveals that she's biologically related to Dipper in this world. They're actually siblings, she was separated at birth and adopted by the Northwests. Fan's closing notes to the chapter imply that they are not just going to ignore this, the ship is already dead for good in the ''Journals'' verse, and they'll even try to see each-other as brother and sister now despite not even really knowing one-another until the same summer the story takes place in.]]

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* ShipSinking: ShipSinking:
** Bill/Dipper is not only sunk, but mocked in the third chapter when Gideon tries to give Bill a physical form without any sort of riftway. He fails horribly, and instead makes a teenage human clone of Bill explicitely called "Not-Bill" that quickly goes {{yandere}} for Dipper for no reason. This pisses the ''real'' Bill off he sees Not-Bill as a mockery of him, and once he (through possessing Gideon) takes care of Not-Bill, he states that he finds the idea of being paired with Dipper ridiculous.
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[[spoiler:As soon as Pacifica actually appears, the story reveals that she's biologically related to Dipper in this world. They're actually siblings, she was separated at birth and adopted by the Northwests. Fan's closing notes to the chapter imply that they are not just going to ignore this, the ship is already dead for good in the ''Journals'' verse, and they'll even try to see each-other as brother and sister now despite not even really knowing one-another until the same summer the story takes place in.]]



* SpotlightStealingSquad: While it becomes clear that Mabel is intentionally the main protagonist and not Dipper, [=.GIFfany=] and to a lesser extent the three people "connected" to her in some way (Soos, Melody, and Rumble) sucks up a significant amount of screentime despite not even being in the first chapter. (Hell, the first chapter has the distinction of being GPF's ''only'' 100% [=.GIFfany=]-free chapter in any ''Gravity Falls''-centric fan fic as of March 2017.) Chapter 2 is her introduction, 3 has her "brother" battling the gang and 4 -- by ''far'' the longest chapter in the entire first half -- is focused on her redemption and the antics of her copies. Things tone down a bit by chapter 5, which brings more focus on the Dipper and Mabel vs Nzyvo conflict, but she still gets screentime even there. It's quite telling that the fic is tagged as a [=Rumble/.GIFfany/Melody/Soos=] four-way, although that was more-so to both get a "wait, what?" reaction from potential readers and to give a solid idea on where the fic stands pairing-wise.



** In chapter 4, a RedemptionEqualsSex orgy is [[FanFic/HecksingUlumateCrconikals once again]] "censored." This time, however, the fake-author tells readers that the uncensored versions of both this ''[[BrickJoke and]]'' the one from ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' are available to those that donate ''$8,000/$80,001'' to his "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patreon Petereon]]" (he attempts to give a direct link, but thanks to fanfiction.net's automatic link removal system, it doesn't show up), a light comment on people who indirectly use erotica of someone else's copyrighted characters to encourage donations.



* UnwantedHarem: Soos had one of over four million [=.GIFfanys=] in chapter 4. [[spoiler:They remain a "harem," but are no longer "unwanted," after he talks some sense into them.]]

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* UnwantedHarem: Soos had one of over four million [=.GIFfanys=] in chapter 4. [[spoiler:They [[spoiler:"Had" because they remain a "harem," but are no longer "unwanted," after he talks some sense into them.]]



* TheWorfEffect: Fan does this with ''his own characters''. In chapter 5, Nzyvo is able to utterly ''decimate'' the [=.GIFfany=] army (if non-lethaly).

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* TheWorfEffect: Fan does this with ''his own characters''. In chapter 5, Nzyvo is able to utterly ''decimate'' the [=.GIFfany=] army from ''run:gifocalypse'' (if non-lethaly).


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* FullFrontalAssault: Specimen 4, as this story uses the (scrapped) idea that appeared in concept art where the developers considered having her attack in the buff.

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** ''Gym Class'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'')

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** ''Gym Class'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'')''Isaac Unbounded'' (''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'')




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* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac''



* AbortedArc: Dipper's hunt for the keys was planned to last the whole story, but did not. It was cut short with the explanation that [[spoiler:Nzyvo found a key that let anyone with a "Power" transport all of the other non-special keys over to Finalayer.
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Parodied and gender-inverted, with Professor Dove trying to seduce Soos by being a "bad girl" in chapter 5, when they're already together.
* AnArmAndALeg: Dipper lost an arm in an unexplored incident. Mabel and Nzyvo [[spoiler:each lose a different leg towards the end of their battle. This leaves Pacifica as the only Pines quadruplet who has yet to lose a limb.]]



* ArcNumber: This combines Fan's re-occuring use of 616 with the show's 618. There's 616 "standard" keys and two mysterious "special" keys, bringing the total up to 618.
* ButtMonkey:
** Nothing ever really goes Dipper's way. Not only is it more apparent as the first half goes on that he's ''not'' the hero, but he spends most of the story getting dragged around by Journal 3 getting keys. His only real "ability" is to teleport away. He ends up getting kidnapped by a creepy derivative of Bill that wants to marry him, and he finds out that [[spoiler:one of the girls he has a crush on is actually ''his long-lost biological '''sister'''''.]]
** "Creepypasta Sonic" is taken seriously by a grand total of zero characters and his "battle" just ends with him getting kicked away to parts unknown.
* ContrivedCoincidence: The fact that Nzyvo [[spoiler:''just so happened'' to end up with another Northwest, all for the sake of her technically being "Northwest twins" with Pacifica.]]



* FanDisservice: Stan's entire relationship with [[spoiler:the Summerween Trickster, a giant, sapient mass of "loser candy." This includes a relatively ''graphic'' (without getting into actual sex) description of Stan getting undressed and the two of them making a condom joke. Not to mention that Stan is in his 60s and has ''not'' aged as well as his brother had. Oh, and they try to do it in Dipper's bed. Dipper has to constantly spray them with a water bottle to convince them otherwise. Good luck looking at a candy wrapper the same way ever again.]]

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* FanDisservice: DecoyProtagonist: Dipper. He doesn't ''die'' like a few of the other such characters in ''SBIG'', but as the first half goes on, it's made increasingly clear that this is really Mabel's story, not his.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: [[spoiler:Nzyvo ''isn't'' the main antagonist. Chapter 5 ends with her being on... somewhat good terms with the Pines, and there's still the entire second half of the story to go over.]]
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: WordOfGod was that the first one and a half chapters were written back when he had seen very little of ''Gravity Falls'', ''and'' the story was going to go in another direction. It shows there. He tried to invoke this by having a Nzyvo fight before she set up a more established "gang," which helps. Notably, Nzyvo only really gets the help of one random supernatural threat (the ghost couple from "The Inconveniencing")
* FanDisservice:
**
Stan's entire relationship with [[spoiler:the Summerween Trickster, a giant, sapient mass of "loser candy." This includes a relatively ''graphic'' (without getting into actual sex) description of Stan getting undressed and the two of them making a condom joke. Not to mention that Stan is in his 60s and has ''not'' aged as well as his brother had. Oh, and they try to do it in Dipper's bed. Dipper has to constantly spray them with a water bottle to convince them otherwise. Good luck looking at a candy wrapper the same way ever again.]]]]
** Ever since [=.GIFfany=] shred his clothes by mistake (she was trying to kill him instead), Soos walks around butt-naked for the rest of the story.
* GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Nzyvo, who wasn't really evil, but more of a puppet of the mysterious "Typomonster."]]



* HotterAndSexier: Chapter 4 sees a huge bump up in sexualization compared to the previous chapters.

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* HotterAndSexier: Chapter 4 sees a huge bump up in sexualization compared to the previous chapters. And considering the [=.GIFfanys=] and gods, the fic in general in this to ''Gravity Falls''.



* MeaningfulName: "Finalayer" sounds like "Final" and "Lair," and it's the final lair [[spoiler:of the first half of the story.]]



* NakedPeopleAreFunny: Happens with a good number of the members of Soos' "harem," but it's the most apparent with Soos himself, as he flat-out refuses to get dressed under the grounds of... well, he never really explains his logic of that.



* NakedApron: A brief outfit of a group of [=.GIFfany=]s near the end of chapter 4.

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* NakedApron: A brief An outfit of briefly described being worn by a group of [=.GIFfany=]s near the end of chapter 4.4.
* OneManArmy: Nzyvo. Can take down a good chunk of the townsfolk in Gravity Falls, the Mystery Shack group, and the entirety of [=.GIFfany=]'s copy army. In the same fight. She can also effortlessly throw the Gideon-Bot away.



** Nzyvo, of the CopyCatSue and VillainSue varieties. She's described as a "lazy palette swap of Mabel" by the summary itself, yet has very powerful abilities and holds a number of the show's canonical one-off villains on her side. Interestingly, ''she'' first starts off with Lazengann before Mabel gets Lagann, meaning that ''Mabel'' ends up copying ''Nzyvo'' in that aspect.
** Soos skyrockets into this as of chapter 4. [[spoiler:He has a harem in the ''millions'' -- and a Tumblr post from Great Pikmin Fan contains a blatant cipher that implies that they will be ''making even more copies of [=.GIFfany=]'' -- he not only does not lose the sweet girlfriend he already has, but also reforms his superpowered living video game girlfriend and all of her copies, and starts dating ''her'' superpowered living video game boyfriend. Not only does he and his three "main" lovers now have a harem that practically worships them, but it's implied that he just about has [=.GIFfany=] Land to himself, which is a sort of personalized paradise.]] All of this is in sharp contrast to Dipper, who goes through the story in a series of long, painful, slow journeys without any real fun on his part.

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** Nzyvo, of the CopyCatSue and VillainSue varieties. She's described as a "lazy palette swap of Mabel" by the summary itself, yet has very powerful abilities and holds a number of the show's canonical one-off villains on her side. Interestingly, ''she'' first starts off with Lazengann before Mabel gets Lagann, meaning that ''Mabel'' ends up copying ''Nzyvo'' in that aspect.
aspect. [[spoiler:With the reveal that she was Good All Along, Nzyvo throws on this further, getting a bunch of "unneeded sympathy."]]
** Soos skyrockets into this as of chapter 4. [[spoiler:He has a harem in the ''millions'' -- and a Tumblr post from Great Pikmin Fan contains a blatant cipher that implies that they will be ''making even more copies of [=.GIFfany=]'' (similar to her ''run:gifocalypse'' counterpart starting up a machine that makes more of them) -- he not only does not lose the sweet girlfriend he already has, but also reforms his superpowered living video game girlfriend and all of her copies, and starts dating ''her'' superpowered living video game boyfriend. Not only does he and his three "main" lovers now have a harem that practically worships them, but it's implied that he just about has [=.GIFfany=] Land to himself, which is a sort of personalized paradise.]] All of this is in sharp contrast to Dipper, who goes through the story in a series of long, painful, slow journeys without any real fun on his part.



* ReluctantFanserviceGirl: Mentioned with Melody while she had to streak back to the Mystery Shack -- a particular crowdmember who liked "ENF" (Embarassed Naked Female) ended up oggling her. [[ShamelessFanserviceGirl .GIFfany]], on the other hand, scared him off[[note]]she did not intentionally make herself horrifying or anything like that -- she legitimately misheard him and thought he was into naturism, and her bold ''willing'' nudity is what scared him away[[/note]]. Considering the borderline harshness of this and patterns in GPF's other stories, he doesn't seem to be too fond of the former type of "Fanservice Girl," preferring the latter.



* SelfDeprecation: Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan, and points out a number of faults in the story's logic. Such as the [=.GIFfanys=] looking diverse for no real reason when ''Journals'' argues that it would make more sense in-universe that they would all prefer looking identical. Chapter 4 may drop having all [=.GIFfany=] copies look alike, but it tears down the premise further by displaying the copies as being... ''[[{{Yandere}} closer to canon]]'', so to speak.

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* SelfDeprecation: SelfDeprecation:
**
Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan, and points out a number of faults in the story's logic. Such as the [=.GIFfanys=] looking diverse for no real reason when ''Journals'' argues that it would make more sense in-universe that they would all prefer looking identical. Chapter 4 may drop having all [=.GIFfany=] copies look alike, but it tears down the premise further by displaying the copies as being... ''[[{{Yandere}} closer to canon]]'', so to speak.speak.
** Anyone annoyed by Fan's spotlight-stealing [=.GIFfany=] copies might enjoy Nzyvo kicking their asses in chapter 5.
* SeparatedAtBirth: [[spoiler:''Quadruplets'' were this, separated in sets of "twins." First Dipper and Mabel to Pacifica and Nzyvo (military deal to keep the mother alive), then Nzyvo was implied to run away from the Gravity Falls Northwests and to the Bel-Air Northwests at a young age (given that Pacifica does not seem to know her, or recognize Mabel as looking similar to her).]]
* ShamelessFanserviceGirl: The [=.GIFfanys=], [[FanFic/RunGifocalypse again,]] along with all four of the gods revealed in chapter 5. None of these characters mind walking around naked.
* ShipSinking: [[spoiler:As soon as Pacifica actually appears, the story reveals that she's biologically related to Dipper in this world. They're actually siblings, she was separated at birth and adopted by the Northwests. Fan's closing notes to the chapter imply that they are not just going to ignore this, the ship is already dead for good in the ''Journals'' verse, and they'll even try to see each-other as brother and sister now despite not even really knowing one-another until the same summer the story takes place in.]]
* ShoutOut: Nzyvo was apparantly raised by a "Phil [[spoiler:Northwest]]" [[Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir in Bel-Air.]]



* SurpriseIncest: [[spoiler:Dipper and Pacifica are blood-related. Thankfully, the events of "Northwest Mansion Mystery" did not happen here, although Dipper's fixation on that seems to imply that he still developed a crush on her, and this reveal absolutely shattered him. Word of God was that this was done to troll shippers and a minor dig at a similar development in Act 4 of ''Homestuck''.]]



* WhamEpisode: Chapter 4. [[spoiler:Nzyvo ditches her whole "band of villains" schtick entirely as the Shape Shifter dies, Gideon quits and leaves, and Rumble, [=.GIFfany=], and the Summerween Trickster all end up being "redeemed" and eventually join the Mystery Shack group. The Trickster quickly gets into a relationship with Stan, while the two video game characters end up getting intoa polygamous relationship with Soos and Melody. The chapter ends with Nzyvo sending a non-lethal blast to the Mystery Shack and challenging them all to the "final battle."]]

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* WhamEpisode: WhamEpisode:
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Chapter 4. [[spoiler:Nzyvo ditches her whole "band of villains" schtick entirely as the Shape Shifter dies, Gideon quits and leaves, and Rumble, [=.GIFfany=], and the Summerween Trickster all end up being "redeemed" and eventually join the Mystery Shack group. The Trickster quickly gets into a relationship with Stan, while the two video game characters end up getting intoa polygamous relationship with Soos and Melody. The chapter ends with Nzyvo sending a non-lethal blast to the Mystery Shack and challenging them all to the "final battle."]]"]]
** In chapter 5, roughly in order, [[spoiler:Nzyvo reveals to be quite the badass and able to curb-stomp ''the entire [=.GIFfany=] army'', among other characters, single-handedly. Dipper also turns out to have been missing an arm since an adventure that will be addressed in the future -- he was just wearing a prosthetic the entire time. Mabel and Nzyvo lose a leg to one-another in their battle, the Golden Goddesses themselves (and a god-like Kamina named Modascend) come in out of nowhere as guides to the group, and it turns out that Nzyvo was actually trying to find her sister... '''Pacifica.''' Nzyvo isn't a dark world counterpart to Mabel -- she and Pacifica were actually born as quadruplets with the Pines, but their births would have killed their mother. So, in a deal with the government to keep her alive, two of the kids were shipped off to a militant project. With Nzyvo, it worked, at the cost of making her like a feral animal, so she ended up running away from the Northwests at a young age to Bel-Air with Phil... Northwest. With Pacifica, the experiment failed, so she has no powers. Either way, Pacifica is the biological sister to the Pine twins and Nzyvo.]]



* TheWorfEffect: Fan does this with ''his own characters''. In chapter 5, Nzyvo is able to utterly ''decimate'' the [=.GIFfany=] army (if non-lethaly).



(Even though ''Gym Class'' is not out yet, enough was given from the ideas that a list can be compiled.)



!! ''Gym Class''

* HalfwayPlotSwitch: It involves John, Jade, Jane and Jake being trapped naked outside of school... then they have to take down a certain threat.
* NakedPeopleTrappedOutside: This is supposedly the premise.

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!! ''Gym Class''

''Isaac Unbounded''

* HalfwayPlotSwitch: It involves John, Jade, Jane and Jake being trapped MsFanservice: Eve is portrayed this way after the timeskip, with contrivance leaving her as the only naked outside of school... then they have character -- not that she cares at all. It also describes her as having a good figure.
* VillainousIncest: Lust is apparently related
to take down a certain threat.
* NakedPeopleTrappedOutside: This is supposedly the premise.
Isaac and co as well, but she... well, lusts after them.
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* ''Series/HouseMD''
* ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}''
* ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''



* ''Series/HouseMD''
* ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}''
* ''VideoGame/YumeNikki''



* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''



* CrackPairing: Invoked. In chapter 4, [[spoiler:Stan enters a very heavy, very sexual relationship with... the Summerween Trickster. Also, Soos ends up reconciling with [=.GIFfany=] while they're both still dating Melody and Rumble respectively, decide to become a foursome, and bring the other copies of [=.GIFfany=] in for the fun too.]]
* FanDisservice: Stan's entire relationship with [[spoiler:the Summerween Trickster, a giant, sapient mass of "loser candy." This includes a relatively ''graphic'' (without getting into actual sex) description of Stan getting undressed and the two of them making a condom joke. Not to mention that Stan is in his 60s and has ''not'' aged as well as his brother had. Oh, and they try to do it in Dipper's bed. Dipper has to constantly spray them with a water bottle to convince them otherwise. Good luck looking at a candy wrapper the same way ever again.]]
* GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex: Exaggerated. [[spoiler:Soos is highly implied to have enough stamina to leave over 4.4 '''million''' superpowered women (and one superpowered man, and on unsuperpowered woman) completely breathless and exhausted. It's also apparently a sign of them getting together as friends and being in a comitted relationship.]]
* HotterAndSexier: Chapter 4 sees a huge bump up in sexualization compared to the previous chapters.



* MythologyGag: Chapter 4 (the most sexual chapter in the story) has a number of nods to chapter 7 from ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (the most sexual chapter of ''it''). Such as certain characters trying to sleep in a neutral party's bed (Integra's in HUC, Dipper's in ''Journals''), a "sex scene" being "censored" in the narrative to avoid the necessity to bump up the age rating, and [[spoiler:the fact that group sex was used to stop a number of psychotic villains.]] It also has a pointed out call back to the very end of HUC. [[spoiler:One of the reactions that the skyscraper-people have to seeing Melody's naked ass against their window is the same as one of the reactions to the city of London seeing Hecksing naked.]]
* NakedPeopleTrappedOutside: Happens briefly and near the end of chapter 4. [[spoiler:Soos, [=.GIFfany=], Melody, and Rumble all get back to th Mystery Shack in the buff, although Melody is the only one that minds. There ''were'' clothes nearby, except most of them were the revealing outfits of the other [=.GIFfany=] copies, and Melody would rather just brace towards going out in the nude than try to find something that is actually practical. Melody and Rumble's own clothes were destroyed by Professor Eve, while [=.GIFfany=]'s was way back in a forest in [=.GIFfany=] Land and Soos's was destroyed by [=.GIFfany=] even earlier than that.]]
* IgnoreTheFanservice: In chapter 4, [=.GIFfany=] tries to seduce Soos by undressing herself and revealing... that she has [=DVDs=] of various science fiction series in the inside of her clothes. Soos cares about the [=DVDs=] and barely even cares that she's naked. Meanwhile, Rumble is clearly interested in the show, and Melody is downright flustered by her. [[spoiler:Subverted when she turns around and he ''is'' interested in her butt. In this verse, Soos is definitely an ass-man.]]
* MsFanservice: Parodied with [=.GIFfany=] -- she's stated to be stacked, has a large ass, doesn't wear a bra, have a large collection of panties, and does not give a crap about going around completely naked. She also has a ''huge'' number of other copies willing to change their appearance to become a sort-of ThemedHarem (in this case, monster girls). The end of chapter 4 has a number of them preparing food in nothing but aprons, while a small group of them takes up the showers.
* NakedApron: A brief outfit of a group of [=.GIFfany=]s near the end of chapter 4.
* ParodySue:
** Nzyvo, of the CopyCatSue and VillainSue varieties. She's described as a "lazy palette swap of Mabel" by the summary itself, yet has very powerful abilities and holds a number of the show's canonical one-off villains on her side. Interestingly, ''she'' first starts off with Lazengann before Mabel gets Lagann, meaning that ''Mabel'' ends up copying ''Nzyvo'' in that aspect.
** Soos skyrockets into this as of chapter 4. [[spoiler:He has a harem in the ''millions'' -- and a Tumblr post from Great Pikmin Fan contains a blatant cipher that implies that they will be ''making even more copies of [=.GIFfany=]'' -- he not only does not lose the sweet girlfriend he already has, but also reforms his superpowered living video game girlfriend and all of her copies, and starts dating ''her'' superpowered living video game boyfriend. Not only does he and his three "main" lovers now have a harem that practically worships them, but it's implied that he just about has [=.GIFfany=] Land to himself, which is a sort of personalized paradise.]] All of this is in sharp contrast to Dipper, who goes through the story in a series of long, painful, slow journeys without any real fun on his part.
* PlotArmor: [=.GIFfany=] explicitely says that she survives a number of scenarios in the story because the author loves her. Rumble and the Trickster end up surviving the same thing, and appear to have similar plot armor protecting them.



* SelfDeprecation: Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan, and points out a number of faults in the story's logic. Such as the [=.GIFfanys=] looking diverse for no real reason when ''Journals'' argues that it would make more sense in-universe that they would all prefer looking identical.

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* SelfDeprecation: Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan, and points out a number of faults in the story's logic. Such as the [=.GIFfanys=] looking diverse for no real reason when ''Journals'' argues that it would make more sense in-universe that they would all prefer looking identical. Chapter 4 may drop having all [=.GIFfany=] copies look alike, but it tears down the premise further by displaying the copies as being... ''[[{{Yandere}} closer to canon]]'', so to speak.
* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: Starts popping up in this installment as well, slowly but certainly. [=.GIFfany=]'s comical "Road Runner" skidding to a stop when she realizes that her physical form can fly and Melody having her naked butt get scraped against a hot window indicate this.
* StalkerShrine: Professor Leona has a long hallway filled with artwork of Soos. Professor Sonia also has a large collection of songs entirely about how obsessed she is with him.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Most of the [=.GIFfany=] copies -- their "new" outfits here are a step-up from their relatively modest portayals in ''run:gifocalypse''. Especially notable with Dove, who goes from a full militant suit to wearing nothing but three bandaids that apparently don't even fully cover what they're supposed to.
* SwiperNoSwiping: [[spoiler:Soos gets the [=.GIFfany=] copies to stop obsessing over him and see him as a genuine person to go out with simply by giving them a speech. Unlike Dipper with Gideon, this process takes him ''roughly an hour''.]]




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** Chapter 4 is by and large a dig at harems and pairing heroic characters with villainous characters.
* TokenEvilTeammate: Professor Eve of the post-reforming [=.GIFfany=] copies, who is blatantly built up as an "exception" that is a bit late to learning Soos's lessons on being friends. As of chapter 4, the worst she does could be considered a prank -- she just destroys Melody and Rumble's clothing so that they'll have to get home in the nude.
* UnwantedHarem: Soos had one of over four million [=.GIFfanys=] in chapter 4. [[spoiler:They remain a "harem," but are no longer "unwanted," after he talks some sense into them.]]
* WhamEpisode: Chapter 4. [[spoiler:Nzyvo ditches her whole "band of villains" schtick entirely as the Shape Shifter dies, Gideon quits and leaves, and Rumble, [=.GIFfany=], and the Summerween Trickster all end up being "redeemed" and eventually join the Mystery Shack group. The Trickster quickly gets into a relationship with Stan, while the two video game characters end up getting intoa polygamous relationship with Soos and Melody. The chapter ends with Nzyvo sending a non-lethal blast to the Mystery Shack and challenging them all to the "final battle."]]
* WholePlotReference: There are a number of parallels starting at the end of chapter 2 between Mabel's journey with Lagann and... well, ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' itself.
* YouAreNumberSix: The Journals are simply referred to the same names as they would when not alive -- "Journal 2," "Journal 3," etc. [=.GIFfany=] copies alternate between nicknames and numbers, although the one from canon is usually called "[=.GIFfany=] #9" as she refused to give herself a nickname.
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** Similarly, turning the fandom consensus of characters inside-out. {{Badass}} InvincibleHero Alucard? [[spoiler:Killed off in the fourth chapter.]] The pre-scratch trolls, whom are borderline Scrappies? In ''Housestuck'', they're complete badasses with equally if not more awesome ancestors in contrast to the original trolls and their [[spoiler:lie-telling]] ancestors. Jade was a foul-mouth pervert tomboy with no regard for anyone's feelings whatsoever (even, at times, ''John''[='=]s) and who loathes Dave and Karkat in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'', in a contrast to certain depictions of her, with the later ''Homestuck'' stories more-or-less putting her ''in'' that depiction. (Minus the Dave and Karkat bits, as she doesn't exactly hate [[ShipSinking or love]] either of them and Jade and Dave have even gotten along in ''Housestuck''[='=]s fourteenth chapter at first.)

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** Similarly, turning the fandom consensus of characters inside-out. {{Badass}} Badass InvincibleHero Alucard? [[spoiler:Killed off in the fourth chapter.]] The pre-scratch trolls, whom are borderline Scrappies? In ''Housestuck'', they're complete badasses with equally if not more awesome ancestors in contrast to the original trolls and their [[spoiler:lie-telling]] ancestors. Jade was a foul-mouth pervert tomboy with no regard for anyone's feelings whatsoever (even, at times, ''John''[='=]s) and who loathes Dave and Karkat in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'', in a contrast to certain depictions of her, with the later ''Homestuck'' stories more-or-less putting her ''in'' that depiction. (Minus the Dave and Karkat bits, as she doesn't exactly hate [[ShipSinking or love]] either of them and Jade and Dave have even gotten along in ''Housestuck''[='=]s fourteenth chapter at first.)
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* TrollFic: Averted. They're all written to be rather light an innofensive, however ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' has clear jabs against ''Homestuck'' canon later on (in the final AN this was explained because the author slowly lost interest in the original canon), and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' is more explicit by the series's standards.

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* TrollFic: Averted. They're all written to be rather light an innofensive, and inoffensive, however ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' has clear jabs against ''Homestuck'' canon later on (in the final AN this was explained because the author slowly lost interest in the original canon), and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' is more explicit by the series's standards.



* SelfDeprecation: Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan,

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* SelfDeprecation: Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan, and points out a number of faults in the story's logic. Such as the [=.GIFfanys=] looking diverse for no real reason when ''Journals'' argues that it would make more sense in-universe that they would all prefer looking identical.
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* ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', 2016--)
* ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016)

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* ''naruto ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11764694/1/naruto-the-guy-with-the-ninja naruto the guy with the ninja'' ninja]]'' (''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', 2016--)
* ''The ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12148098/1/The-Journals-of-Wisdom-Power-and-Courage The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' Courage]]'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016)2016--)



* ''Housestuck: The Split'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016)

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* ''Housestuck: The Split'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', upcoming, the GrandFinale, planned to start in 2016)
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* AnimateInanimateObject: The Journals themselves after coming to life.
* {{Jerkass}}: The Journals, at least #3, aren't exactly nice. 3 keeps bothering Dipper about the keys and even wakes him up early into the night.
* SamusIsAGirl: It's revealed shortly before [[spoiler:her death]] that the Pterodactyl is actually female.
* SelfDeprecation: Chapter 3 makes note on ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'', another, not-intentionally poorly written fanwork by Great Pikmin Fan,
* TakeThat:
** Chapter 3 deals one at Bill's common DracoInLeatherPants-izations. Gideon attempts to either give Bill a physical form or, at least, ''make'' a physical clone of Bill using a ray gun. This ends up doing the latter... sort of. The clone is nothing like him and implied to resemble "humanized Bill" in some way. He's constantly called "Not-Bill," has a random obsessive infatuation with Dipper to the point of kidnapping him and trying to force him into a marriage, and he pisses off the "actual" Bill to '''no''' end. Hell, [[spoiler:Bill ends up possessing Gideon to finish Not-Bill off, doing so by blasting him out of a cannon and into the Sun.]] The ending cryptogram for that chapter is basically Fan giving a long explanation that he is definitely ''not'' fond of that pairng, or anything involving Bill and a human for that matter.
** Chapter 3 ends up making fun of TakeThat[=s=] with its blatancy. While fighting the Pterodactyl, Mabel knocks her into a ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' sign... then keeps knocking her into a number of other signs of things that have a vocal internet dislikedom, down to scribbling which seasons of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' are getting the smashing and avoiding a ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' billboard. (A show that Fan adores.)
** [=.GIFfany=]'s younger brother (by adoption) is [[VideoGame/SonicExe "Creepypasta Sonic,"]] who is totally not "Sonic X." This also doubles as an odd fictional variation of NoCelebritiesWereHarmed. The narrative repeatedly states that he's not remotely scary for all the effort he puts into trying to be intentionally ([=.GIFfany=] even says that she does a better job at being scary ''without actually trying'', and out of simple anger instead) and his only powers are to make things bleed/shoot blood with the effectiveness of a ''garden hose'' and to launch '''plushies''' of himself that he can control.

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* ''Webcomic/SweetJadeAndHellaJohn'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2012--2013)

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* ''Webcomic/SweetJadeAndHellaJohn'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', 2012--2013)2012--2013, possible remake around 2016)



* ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Upcoming)
* ''Housestuck: The Split'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', upcoming, planned to start sometime after ''Homestuck'' canon is concluded[[note]]in fact its starting date will not be determined until after either canon ends or the pre-scratch versions of the [=B2=] trolls are revealed[[/note]])

All of these titles are spelled as the author wrote them. ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'', ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', ''Kids Fit the Trolls'', ''Gumball Vs Satan'', and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' have all been involved in something called the "Great Typo Cleanup," which aimed to fix up some of the spelling errors and make the stories easier to understand, so that readers do not have to trudge through typoes to get to jokes. For all of those save for ''[=EDventure=]'' (which is still the same basic story, but rebuilt from the ground up), this was mostly simple spelling fixes. The old variations of each of them are planned to be out somewhere eventually, and ''[=EDventure=]''[='=]s can be read within the same page that contains the old ''Zombie Attack!'' link.

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* ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Upcoming)
2016--)
* ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016)
* ''Spooky's House of OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER!'' (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' and ''VideoGame/SpookysHouseOfJumpScares'', upcoming, planned to start in 2016 as "filler" for ''Journals'')
* ''Housestuck: The Split'' (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', upcoming, planned to start sometime after ''Homestuck'' canon is concluded[[note]]in fact its starting date will not be determined until after either canon ends or the pre-scratch versions of the [=B2=] trolls are revealed[[/note]])

in 2016)

All of these titles are spelled as the author wrote them. ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'', ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', ''Kids Fit the Trolls'', ''Gumball Vs Satan'', and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' have all been involved in something called the "Great Typo Cleanup," which aimed to fix up some of the spelling errors and make the stories easier to understand, so that readers do not have to trudge through typoes to get to jokes. For all of those save for ''[=EDventure=]'' (which is still the same basic story, but rebuilt from the ground up), this was mostly simple spelling fixes. The old variations of each of them are planned to be out somewhere eventually, and ''[=EDventure=]''[='=]s can be read within the same page that contains the old ''Zombie Attack!'' link.
link. ''Hecksing: The Dawn'' is also slated to get a similar cleanup.



* AnyoneCanDie: Unless it's a ''Homestuck'' fan fic (that's not [[spoiler:''Sweet Jade and Hella John'']]), ironically.
** KillEmAll: Yet to be played straight, however [[spoiler:''[=EDventure=]'']] had a surviving cast of ''two'' (though an update increased that count), and [[spoiler:''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' has only six major characters left alive not counting clones.]]

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* AnyoneCanDie: Unless it's a ''Homestuck'' fan fic (that's not [[spoiler:''Sweet Jade and Hella John'']]), ironically.
** KillEmAll: Yet to be played straight, however [[spoiler:''[=EDventure=]'']] had a surviving cast of ''two'' (though an update increased that count), and [[spoiler:''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' has only six major characters left alive not counting clones.]]
John'']]).



* CanonWelding: Mostly through ''Gumball Vs Satan'', but some of these stories are more related than they initially appear to be. Carrie's exposition in chapter 4 of said fic confirms that [[spoiler:''Kids Fit the Trolls'' takes place in the same universe as ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'' and ''Zombie Attack!'', just in the future. Oh yeah, and Jaka and Rip's fight in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' where they cameo in the other universes is confirmed to be canon.]] ''[=EDventure=]'' itself also drops a bomb in the end of its second chapter, revealing [[spoiler:that ''Zombie Attack!'' was, in fact, its sequel.]]

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* ButtMonkey: Almost everyone. John Egbert in particular has almost never been treated kindly, [[spoiler:and he's killed off for good in ''both'' ''Act 5 Vs Act 6'' and ''Kids Fight the Zombies'']].
* CanonWelding: Mostly through ''Gumball Vs Satan'', but some of these stories are more related than they initially appear to be. Carrie's exposition in chapter 4 of said fic confirms that [[spoiler:''Kids Fit the Trolls'' takes place in the same universe as ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'' and ''Zombie Attack!'', just in the future. This is also something mentioned in ''Act 5 Vs Act 6''. Oh yeah, and Jaka and Rip's fight in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' where they cameo in the other universes is confirmed to be canon.]] ''[=EDventure=]'' itself also drops a bomb in the end of its second chapter, revealing [[spoiler:that ''Zombie Attack!'' was, in fact, its sequel.]]]] Then there's ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', which elaborates that [[spoiler:every story with Plank in it thusfar was somehow connected through various alternate ''multiverses'' and something involving reincarnation]].



* HotterAndSexier: Both ''Crconikals'' stories compared to the other six installments so far.

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* HotterAndSexier: Both The three ''Crconikals'' stories compared to the other six installments so far.intstallments.



* KilledOffForReal: Despite being set in rather surreal (if through intended bad writing) worlds with, at times, inconsistent and nonsensical physics, most of the deaths are [[DisneyDeath really]] [[AvertedTrope deaths]] and permanent ones as well. The exceptions are listed below:
** ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'': [[spoiler:No exceptions.]]
** ''Zombie Attack!'': [[spoiler:Heloise (brought back by Homer Simpson) and the Kanker sisters (self-revived into Avatars, then fused into Giga Kanker).]]

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* KillEmAll: Yet to be played straight, however [[spoiler:''[=EDventure=]'']] had a surviving cast of ''two'' (though an update increased that count), and [[spoiler:''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' has only six major characters left alive not counting clones.]]
* KilledOffForReal: Despite being set in rather surreal (if through intended bad writing) worlds with, at times, inconsistent and nonsensical physics, most of the deaths are [[DisneyDeath really]] [[AvertedTrope deaths]] really deaths and permanent ones as well. The exceptions are listed below:
** ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'': [[spoiler:No exceptions.]]
exceptions in the first chapter, though eventually Eddy and Girlfriend build a machine to revive various characters. However, some still die just in time for ''Zombie Attack!'']]
** ''Zombie Attack!'': [[spoiler:Heloise in the old version (brought back by Homer Simpson) and the Kanker sisters in both versions (self-revived into Avatars, then fused into Giga Kanker).]]Kanker). The Kankers are ''finally'' killed for good in ''Gumball Vs Satan'']]



** ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'': [[spoiler:Tavros, Feferi, Equius, Gamzee, Eridan, Vriska (all six of them are killed by another troll and get revived by Pip), the Moth Reaper (first death in the China battle turned out to be a fake, but he's killed off for real in the second battle at the swamp), Homer (again, dies for real after the fakeout. He's tossed in a barrel of nuclear waste, and an intermission at the beginning of chapter 10 reveals that he survived that and became a giant mutant, but then he's killed by the Master Chief/Kamina).]]
** ''Gumball Vs Satan'': [[spoiler:It's only two chapters in, but no exceptions so far.]]
** ''Hecksing: The Dawn'': [[spoiler:Alucard (he seems to be paradoxically killed in chapter 6 (complete with saying his same last words), but turns out to be standing). However, he still dies in ''Ulumate'']].

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** ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'': [[spoiler:Tavros, Feferi, Equius, Gamzee, Eridan, Vriska (all six of them are killed by another troll and get revived by Pip), the Moth Reaper (first death in the China battle turned out to be a fake, but he's killed off for real in the second battle at the swamp), Homer (again, dies for real after the fakeout. He's tossed in a barrel of nuclear waste, and an intermission at the beginning of chapter 10 reveals that he survived that and became a giant mutant, but then he's killed by the Master Chief/Kamina).Chief/Kamina), the entire Rainbow Crew sans Nepeta, Netimp, and Disciple (killed in a war in chapter 18, but largely thanks to Meulin and Yeulin they end up getting revived in a stem-cell machine).]]
** ''Gumball Vs Satan'': [[spoiler:It's only two chapters in, but no exceptions so far.[[spoiler:No exceptions.]]
** ''Hecksing: The Dawn'': [[spoiler:Alucard (he seems to be paradoxically killed in chapter 6 (complete with saying his same last words), but turns out to be standing). However, he still dies in ''Ulumate'']].''Ulumate''.]]
** ''[=SBIGlets=]'': [[spoiler:No exceptions.]]
** ''Act 5 Vs Act 6'': [[spoiler:No exceptions, which is noteworthy since its prequel had virtually no permenant deaths. Here, when John, Aradia, Hank Hill, and Caliborn die, they all stay dead.]]
** ''Kids Fight the Zomibes'': [[spoiler:Rick (Fakeout after his fight with Dirk, but he later dies for good) and Jane (Seems to be killed by Rick, but really came back as a demon thanks to making a last-second Deal With the Devil).]]
** ''naruto the guy with the ninja'': No ''actual'' deaths, though it's difficult to tell considering [[spoiler:the nature of Naruto's "apocalypse" and said guy behind them.]]
* KudzuPlot: Rarely do these stories turn out to be anything simple, instead throwing on more and more and ramping up the complexity to ungodly levels. It's even worse in ''Act 5 Vs Act 6'' and the last season of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', both of which outright confirm that [[spoiler:several stories that are seemingly completely unrelated to one-another ''are'' in fact directly related. This goes as far as having "foreshadowing" that is clearly impossible considering the times the stories were written, such as ''[=EDventure=]''[='=]s Plank turning out to be some combination of dark magic, Hank Hill, and Nepeta. ''[=EDventure=]'' was written before Nepeta even existed]].



* TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou: In chapter 4, [[spoiler:Carrie hijacks the narrative and takes over. She then kills Great Pikmin Fan when he tries to get the story back.]]



* [[spoiler:NakedOnRevival: Subverted with Carrie, who is both said to be naked right after revival and later revealed to have still been as a ghost, because apparantly anything other than a hairclip is too expensive when it comes to ghost clothes. Downplayed, though, because nobody makes a big deal about it. And it's implied that... whatever species she is, it's subject to BarbieDollAnatomy (again, what with being naked as a ghost)]].

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* [[spoiler:NakedOnRevival: Subverted NakedOnRevival: [[spoiler:Subverted with Carrie, who is both said to be naked right after revival and later revealed to have still been as a ghost, because apparantly anything other than a hairclip is too expensive when it comes to ghost clothes. Downplayed, though, because nobody makes a big deal about it. And it's implied that... whatever species she is, it's subject to BarbieDollAnatomy (again, what with being naked as a ghost)]].



* RunningGag: Shits does all the dirty work.

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* RunningGag: Shits does all the dirty work. Most of the time he's mentioned, there's some statement about his job as doing all the dirty work.



* TerribleTrio: So far it's Omarn, Shits, and Giggles.

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* TerribleTrio: So far it's Omarn, Shits, and Giggles.Giggles are set up as this for the first half. [[spoiler:Another Terrible Trio from a canon story ends up hijacking the plot, this one a little more... humany and... Kanker-y...]]



** Chapter 4 has [[spoiler:Carrie "hijacking the narrative" and talking about various other stories (confirming how things are related and previewing some future fics) as well as Satan dieing. Also, Edd from ''Zombie Attack!'' crosses multiverses to end up there.]]

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** Chapter 4 has [[spoiler:Carrie "hijacking the narrative" and talking about various other stories (confirming how things are related and previewing some future fics) as well as Satan dieing.dying. Also, Edd from ''Zombie Attack!'' crosses multiverses to end up there.]]



* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: John dies, and it turns out this isn't Thanksgiving-themed fluff so much as it is a ZombieApocalypse-themed story.
* FollowTheLeader: Very blatantly inspired by the ''WebAnimation/SonicZombie'' series, with the beginning being very close to ''Origins''. It branches off into a slightly more original plotline shortly after.



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* {{Expy}}: Sasuke is characterized in a similar way as the Captain was in ''Crconikals'' and ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''.
* FirstEpisodeSpoiler: Naruto isn't the protagonist of the story; he's the BigBad. ''Sasuke'' is the real hero and it's about him getting a band together to prevent Naruto from "haremizing" the world.
* TakeThat: A lighthearted one at bash fics/harem fics/overpowered Naruto fics. Namely, while some of these ''do'' happen, Naruto is very clearly the bad guy and it's more of a tale of how the (much nicer) Sasuke steps up to stop him.
* TookALevelInKindness: Compared to his canon self, Sasuke's a pretty happy and outgoing guy.

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(Even though ''Dream House'' and ''Gym Class'' are not out yet, enough was given from the ideas that a list can be compiled.)

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(Even though ''Dream House'' and ''Gym Class'' are is not out yet, enough was given from the ideas that a list can be compiled.)
This list shows the last 10 events of 66. Show all.
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