History Film / TheOne

29th Apr '16 6:50:26 AM ChronoLegion
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* SuperStrength: See the above example with the motorcycles. Then there's the fact that both Gabe and Yulaw are strong enough to punch each ''other'' several feet away and break heavy machinery.

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* SuperStrength: See the above example with the motorcycles. Then there's the fact that both Gabe and Yulaw are strong enough to punch each ''other'' several feet away and break heavy machinery. On the [[AllInTheManual now-defunct website]], it's stated that this is how Yulaw accidentally outed himself to MVA. A fellow MVA officer asked him to carry a box full of stuff up the stairs, and Yulaw did so easily, unaware that the other officer had filled the box with heavy weights. Unfortunately, the other officer, a multiple black belt, underestimated Yulaw's strength (and martial arts skills) and ended up paraplegic from the fight.
6th Apr '16 9:59:46 PM tropeminer
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* ConservationOfNinjitsu: In universe, and very literally, as conservation of life force. Each time a single multiverse counterpart of a person dies, the life force or energy of that deceased person is equally distributed among the remaining duplicates. With each energy boost, the attributes of those individual remaining counterparts become enhanced making them stronger, smarter, faster and, overall, more powerful. Thus, by the time there are only two left, both have superhuman powers.

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* ConservationOfNinjitsu: In universe, and very literally, as conservation of life force. Each Every time a single multiverse counterpart of a person dies, the life force "life force" or energy of that deceased person is equally distributed among the remaining duplicates. other versions. With each energy boost, the attributes of those individual remaining counterparts become marginally enhanced making them stronger, smarter, faster and, overall, more powerful. Thus, by the time there are only two left, both have superhuman powers.are essentially superhuman.
4th Apr '16 4:35:26 PM tropeminer
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** The film practically runs on "Rule of Badass".


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** "Rule of Badass" is more like it.
30th Mar '16 10:13:09 AM tropeminer
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*** According to Creator/JasonStatham's character, one of Law's counterparts is either gay or a woman (specifically, he says "married to a man"). This appears to be the only thing he mentions that bugs Law. Possibly because he can't figure out which case it would be.

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*** According to Creator/JasonStatham's character, one of Law's counterparts is either gay or a woman (specifically, he says "married to a man"). This appears to be the only thing he mentions that bugs Law. Possibly Law probably because he can't figure out which case it would be.
28th Mar '16 3:58:48 PM tropeminer
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* MirrorMatch: Gabe

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* MirrorMatch: GabeGabe and Yulaw in their ultimate confrontation.
* TheMultiverse
** We get to see maybe a half-dozen different versions of Yulaw at his hearing, including the criminal Lawless and the goofy-looking, blonde Sven Law.
*** According to Creator/JasonStatham's character, one of Law's counterparts is either gay or a woman (specifically, he says "married to a man"). This appears to be the only thing he mentions that bugs Law. Possibly because he can't figure out which case it would be.
** RichardNixonTheUsedCarSalesman: Roedecker is a decorated interdimensional law officer of the MVA in one world while his counterpart in our reality works as a gas station attendant.
** T.K. is an Evil Redhead in one world, a wife in another, and a [[spoiler: has-yet-to-meet Gabe "Good" Law]] Veterinarian in another.
** Gabe is good friends with fellow LAPD officer Bobby Aldrich in our universe while, ironically, Bobby is a jailed felon wanting to kill Lawless, another version of Gabe, in another.
** AlGore became president in another world, and [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Bush]] in ours. [[note]]Not a big stretch: in fact it took several improbable events (90,000 people in Florida voting for Ralph Nader, Palm Beach County having a butterfly ballot, etc.) to make it come out the way that it did. A good example of the ripple effect.[[/note]]
*** In addition, [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Bush]] was a liberal leaning President who recently passed a Universal Healthcare Law in Gabe's universe.
** According to the website, the Drakhan Universe has an element that doesn't exist in any other that is illegal to import into the Alpha Universe, as it can be easily used to build weapons that aren't picked up by metal detectors.
* MySuitIsAlsoSuper: While clothes do get damaged, eventually, Gabe bringing down a pole with a single kick apparently does no damage to his shoe.
* NoOSHACompliance: The climax takes place in just such a factory. A couple of isolated, detonated explosives, and suddenly the entire building is a shower of sparks and flame. But at least the walkways can handle guys leaping twenty feet into the air before landing on them.
* OneManArmy: Yulaw and Gabe
* PenalColony: An entire penal universe even, aptly named "Hades" no less.
* PermissionToSpeakFreely: Parodied.
* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: Both Yulaw and Gabe can do that. Yulaw likes to do that after briefly going into a superspeed mode.
* ReplacementGoldfish: Gabe ends up [[spoiler:being sent to a universe where an alternate version of his wife is still alive.]]
* RedHerring: Funsch goes into a twenty-second GunPorn-esque spiel about the high-tech machine-pistol he's carrying to Gabe Law. [[spoiler: He gets off maybe half a dozen ineffective shots with it before it gets destroyed]].
* RedshirtArmy: The SWAT teams in both versions of Los Angeles, as well as most of the multiversal police, are little more than speedbumps at best to Yulaw. The exceptions would be Roedecker and Funsch. The only time any uniformed police manage to seriously impair Yulaw is when Gabe is backing them up.
* RequiredSecondaryPowers: While sped up, both Yulaw and Gabe are able to perform feats that, realistically, would require certain other abilities not mentioned in the film, such as gripping the ground while running at 50 mph, so they don't start bouncing up and down on every step. Yulaw is able to also exert amazing control of his body while in mid-air, as well as pick up two police motorcycles (each would weigh a lot more than he does).
* RuleOfCool: And nothing else.
* ShoutOut:
** One of the prisoners says "[[{{Deliverance}} he's got a pretty mouth]]" in the final scene. [[CurbStompBattle What follows, though...]]
** ''Film/FinalDestination'', James Wong's previous film, can be heard playing on TV just as T.K. is heading out to see Gabe at the hospital.
* SpottingTheThread: At one point both Gabe and Yulaw are knocked unconscious and no one can tell them apart. [[spoiler: They have a narrow window to send the bad guy to the inescapable dimension and don't know who to send, until Agent Funsch sees the tan line from Gabe's wedding ring.]]
** [[spoiler: An eagle-eyed viewer may be able to tell which is which even before Funsch spots the tan line: Yulaw tied the arms of his jacket around his waist, while Gabe removed his entirely.]]
* SuperStrength: See the above example with the motorcycles. Then there's the fact that both Gabe and Yulaw are strong enough to punch each ''other'' several feet away and break heavy machinery.
* ThereCanBeOnlyOne: The premise.
* TakeAThirdOption:
** Rather than kill Yulaw, [[spoiler: they manage to teleport him to a prison dimension.]]
** Yulaw invokes this in his scene with Roedecker.
--->'''Roedecker:''' ''[holds up bomb]'' First choice: give up. Second choice: die.\\
'''Yulaw:''' ''[snatches bomb]'' Third choice.
* TeleportationSickness: Even Yulaw becomes helpless after a transit between dimensions, allowing him to be arrested.
* TellMeHowYouFight: Yulaw uses a style that favors attacking in a straight line ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xing_Yi_Quan Xingyiquan]]), which reflects how focused he is on achieving his goal. Gabe uses a more circular style ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baguazhang Baguazhang]]), showing that he is more about harmony and balance. This plays directly into their duel, where Yulaw has the advantage on a straight and narrow catwalk, but gets owned once they move to more wide-open ground and Gabe is able to get behind him.
* TitleDrop: A few times. Some from Yulaw and Gabe.
* UnstoppableRage: Subverted during the final confrontation between Gabe and Yulaw. Gabe, thoroughly enraged at [[spoiler: T.K.'s murder]], assaults Yulaw directly with raw strength and aggression, playing into Yulaw's strengths and allowing Yulaw to effectively counter and pummel him. It isn't until Gabe stops and goes into a state of [[TranquilFury controlled rage]] that lets him take advantage of his strengths that he's able to defeat Yulaw.
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Played with. Yulaw generally just shoots his targets immediately, having dispatched Lawless this way and tried to shoot Gabe several times, not to mention [[spoiler:using a grenade]]. It's not clear why he gave up on it for the final battle, though he might have considered Gabe getting a handle on his powers and thus being unshootable (Yulaw dodges bullets at several points). Roedecker specifically forbids Funsch from just shooting Yulaw, as by the time they get the chance there's only two versions left and they don't want to risk leaving only one. Gabe is determined to deal with Yulaw personally, without any weapons, citing the fact that they haven't worked.
* WireFu
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Basically what defines Yulaw.
* WorthyOpponent:
** Gabe, being the final target, has gradually become this to Yulaw as the life-force from the deceased other versions has also been distributed to him making him equally stronger and faster.
** Even for a normal human, Roedecker was able to hold his own [[spoiler:for at least 2 to 3 minutes]].
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->''"I WILL BE THE ONE"''.
24th Mar '16 1:27:01 PM eroock
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-->-- OpeningNarration

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-->-- OpeningNarration
'''OpeningMonologue'''



* MirrorMatch: Gabe and Yulaw in their ultimate confrontation.
* TheMultiverse
** We get to see maybe a half-dozen different versions of Yulaw at his hearing, including the criminal Lawless and the goofy-looking, blonde Sven Law.
*** According to Creator/JasonStatham's character, one of Law's counterparts is either gay or a woman (specifically, he says "married to a man"). This appears to be the only thing he mentions that bugs Law. Possibly because he can't figure out which case it would be.
** RichardNixonTheUsedCarSalesman: Roedecker is a decorated interdimensional law officer of the MVA in one world while his counterpart in our reality works as a gas station attendant.
** T.K. is an Evil Redhead in one world, a wife in another, and a [[spoiler: has-yet-to-meet Gabe "Good" Law]] Veterinarian in another.
** Gabe is good friends with fellow LAPD officer Bobby Aldrich in our universe while, ironically, Bobby is a jailed felon wanting to kill Lawless, another version of Gabe, in another.
** AlGore became president in another world, and [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Bush]] in ours. [[note]]Not a big stretch: in fact it took several improbable events (90,000 people in Florida voting for Ralph Nader, Palm Beach County having a butterfly ballot, etc.) to make it come out the way that it did. A good example of the ripple effect.[[/note]]
*** In addition, [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Bush]] was a liberal leaning President who recently passed a Universal Healthcare Law in Gabe's universe.
** According to the website, the Drakhan Universe has an element that doesn't exist in any other that is illegal to import into the Alpha Universe, as it can be easily used to build weapons that aren't picked up by metal detectors.
* MySuitIsAlsoSuper: While clothes do get damaged, eventually, Gabe bringing down a pole with a single kick apparently does no damage to his shoe.
* NoOSHACompliance: The climax takes place in just such a factory. A couple of isolated, detonated explosives, and suddenly the entire building is a shower of sparks and flame. But at least the walkways can handle guys leaping twenty feet into the air before landing on them.
* OneManArmy: Yulaw and Gabe
* PenalColony: An entire penal universe even, aptly named "Hades" no less.
* PermissionToSpeakFreely: Parodied.
* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: Both Yulaw and Gabe can do that. Yulaw likes to do that after briefly going into a superspeed mode.
* ReplacementGoldfish: Gabe ends up [[spoiler:being sent to a universe where an alternate version of his wife is still alive.]]
* RedHerring: Funsch goes into a twenty-second GunPorn-esque spiel about the high-tech machine-pistol he's carrying to Gabe Law. [[spoiler: He gets off maybe half a dozen ineffective shots with it before it gets destroyed]].
* RedshirtArmy: The SWAT teams in both versions of Los Angeles, as well as most of the multiversal police, are little more than speedbumps at best to Yulaw. The exceptions would be Roedecker and Funsch. The only time any uniformed police manage to seriously impair Yulaw is when Gabe is backing them up.
* RequiredSecondaryPowers: While sped up, both Yulaw and Gabe are able to perform feats that, realistically, would require certain other abilities not mentioned in the film, such as gripping the ground while running at 50 mph, so they don't start bouncing up and down on every step. Yulaw is able to also exert amazing control of his body while in mid-air, as well as pick up two police motorcycles (each would weigh a lot more than he does).
* RuleOfCool: And nothing else.
* ShoutOut:
** One of the prisoners says "[[{{Deliverance}} he's got a pretty mouth]]" in the final scene. [[CurbStompBattle What follows, though...]]
** ''Film/FinalDestination'', James Wong's previous film, can be heard playing on TV just as T.K. is heading out to see Gabe at the hospital.
* SpottingTheThread: At one point both Gabe and Yulaw are knocked unconscious and no one can tell them apart. [[spoiler: They have a narrow window to send the bad guy to the inescapable dimension and don't know who to send, until Agent Funsch sees the tan line from Gabe's wedding ring.]]
** [[spoiler: An eagle-eyed viewer may be able to tell which is which even before Funsch spots the tan line: Yulaw tied the arms of his jacket around his waist, while Gabe removed his entirely.]]
* SuperStrength: See the above example with the motorcycles. Then there's the fact that both Gabe and Yulaw are strong enough to punch each ''other'' several feet away and break heavy machinery.
* ThereCanBeOnlyOne: The premise.
* TakeAThirdOption:
** Rather than kill Yulaw, [[spoiler: they manage to teleport him to a prison dimension.]]
** Yulaw invokes this in his scene with Roedecker.
--->'''Roedecker:''' ''[holds up bomb]'' First choice: give up. Second choice: die.\\
'''Yulaw:''' ''[snatches bomb]'' Third choice.
* TeleportationSickness: Even Yulaw becomes helpless after a transit between dimensions, allowing him to be arrested.
* TellMeHowYouFight: Yulaw uses a style that favors attacking in a straight line ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xing_Yi_Quan Xingyiquan]]), which reflects how focused he is on achieving his goal. Gabe uses a more circular style ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baguazhang Baguazhang]]), showing that he is more about harmony and balance. This plays directly into their duel, where Yulaw has the advantage on a straight and narrow catwalk, but gets owned once they move to more wide-open ground and Gabe is able to get behind him.
* TitleDrop: A few times. Some from Yulaw and Gabe.
* UnstoppableRage: Subverted during the final confrontation between Gabe and Yulaw. Gabe, thoroughly enraged at [[spoiler: T.K.'s murder]], assaults Yulaw directly with raw strength and aggression, playing into Yulaw's strengths and allowing Yulaw to effectively counter and pummel him. It isn't until Gabe stops and goes into a state of [[TranquilFury controlled rage]] that lets him take advantage of his strengths that he's able to defeat Yulaw.
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Played with. Yulaw generally just shoots his targets immediately, having dispatched Lawless this way and tried to shoot Gabe several times, not to mention [[spoiler:using a grenade]]. It's not clear why he gave up on it for the final battle, though he might have considered Gabe getting a handle on his powers and thus being unshootable (Yulaw dodges bullets at several points). Roedecker specifically forbids Funsch from just shooting Yulaw, as by the time they get the chance there's only two versions left and they don't want to risk leaving only one. Gabe is determined to deal with Yulaw personally, without any weapons, citing the fact that they haven't worked.
* WireFu
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Basically what defines Yulaw.
* WorthyOpponent:
** Gabe, being the final target, has gradually become this to Yulaw as the life-force from the deceased other versions has also been distributed to him making him equally stronger and faster.
** Even for a normal human, Roedecker was able to hold his own [[spoiler:for at least 2 to 3 minutes]].
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->''"I WILL BE THE ONE"''.

to:

* MirrorMatch: Gabe and Yulaw in their ultimate confrontation.
* TheMultiverse
** We get to see maybe a half-dozen different versions of Yulaw at his hearing, including the criminal Lawless and the goofy-looking, blonde Sven Law.
*** According to Creator/JasonStatham's character, one of Law's counterparts is either gay or a woman (specifically, he says "married to a man"). This appears to be the only thing he mentions that bugs Law. Possibly because he can't figure out which case it would be.
** RichardNixonTheUsedCarSalesman: Roedecker is a decorated interdimensional law officer of the MVA in one world while his counterpart in our reality works as a gas station attendant.
** T.K. is an Evil Redhead in one world, a wife in another, and a [[spoiler: has-yet-to-meet Gabe "Good" Law]] Veterinarian in another.
** Gabe is good friends with fellow LAPD officer Bobby Aldrich in our universe while, ironically, Bobby is a jailed felon wanting to kill Lawless, another version of Gabe, in another.
** AlGore became president in another world, and [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Bush]] in ours. [[note]]Not a big stretch: in fact it took several improbable events (90,000 people in Florida voting for Ralph Nader, Palm Beach County having a butterfly ballot, etc.) to make it come out the way that it did. A good example of the ripple effect.[[/note]]
*** In addition, [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Bush]] was a liberal leaning President who recently passed a Universal Healthcare Law in Gabe's universe.
** According to the website, the Drakhan Universe has an element that doesn't exist in any other that is illegal to import into the Alpha Universe, as it can be easily used to build weapons that aren't picked up by metal detectors.
* MySuitIsAlsoSuper: While clothes do get damaged, eventually, Gabe bringing down a pole with a single kick apparently does no damage to his shoe.
* NoOSHACompliance: The climax takes place in just such a factory. A couple of isolated, detonated explosives, and suddenly the entire building is a shower of sparks and flame. But at least the walkways can handle guys leaping twenty feet into the air before landing on them.
* OneManArmy: Yulaw and Gabe
* PenalColony: An entire penal universe even, aptly named "Hades" no less.
* PermissionToSpeakFreely: Parodied.
* PunchedAcrossTheRoom: Both Yulaw and Gabe can do that. Yulaw likes to do that after briefly going into a superspeed mode.
* ReplacementGoldfish: Gabe ends up [[spoiler:being sent to a universe where an alternate version of his wife is still alive.]]
* RedHerring: Funsch goes into a twenty-second GunPorn-esque spiel about the high-tech machine-pistol he's carrying to Gabe Law. [[spoiler: He gets off maybe half a dozen ineffective shots with it before it gets destroyed]].
* RedshirtArmy: The SWAT teams in both versions of Los Angeles, as well as most of the multiversal police, are little more than speedbumps at best to Yulaw. The exceptions would be Roedecker and Funsch. The only time any uniformed police manage to seriously impair Yulaw is when Gabe is backing them up.
* RequiredSecondaryPowers: While sped up, both Yulaw and Gabe are able to perform feats that, realistically, would require certain other abilities not mentioned in the film, such as gripping the ground while running at 50 mph, so they don't start bouncing up and down on every step. Yulaw is able to also exert amazing control of his body while in mid-air, as well as pick up two police motorcycles (each would weigh a lot more than he does).
* RuleOfCool: And nothing else.
* ShoutOut:
** One of the prisoners says "[[{{Deliverance}} he's got a pretty mouth]]" in the final scene. [[CurbStompBattle What follows, though...]]
** ''Film/FinalDestination'', James Wong's previous film, can be heard playing on TV just as T.K. is heading out to see Gabe at the hospital.
* SpottingTheThread: At one point both Gabe and Yulaw are knocked unconscious and no one can tell them apart. [[spoiler: They have a narrow window to send the bad guy to the inescapable dimension and don't know who to send, until Agent Funsch sees the tan line from Gabe's wedding ring.]]
** [[spoiler: An eagle-eyed viewer may be able to tell which is which even before Funsch spots the tan line: Yulaw tied the arms of his jacket around his waist, while Gabe removed his entirely.]]
* SuperStrength: See the above example with the motorcycles. Then there's the fact that both Gabe and Yulaw are strong enough to punch each ''other'' several feet away and break heavy machinery.
* ThereCanBeOnlyOne: The premise.
* TakeAThirdOption:
** Rather than kill Yulaw, [[spoiler: they manage to teleport him to a prison dimension.]]
** Yulaw invokes this in his scene with Roedecker.
--->'''Roedecker:''' ''[holds up bomb]'' First choice: give up. Second choice: die.\\
'''Yulaw:''' ''[snatches bomb]'' Third choice.
* TeleportationSickness: Even Yulaw becomes helpless after a transit between dimensions, allowing him to be arrested.
* TellMeHowYouFight: Yulaw uses a style that favors attacking in a straight line ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xing_Yi_Quan Xingyiquan]]), which reflects how focused he is on achieving his goal. Gabe uses a more circular style ([[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baguazhang Baguazhang]]), showing that he is more about harmony and balance. This plays directly into their duel, where Yulaw has the advantage on a straight and narrow catwalk, but gets owned once they move to more wide-open ground and Gabe is able to get behind him.
* TitleDrop: A few times. Some from Yulaw and Gabe.
* UnstoppableRage: Subverted during the final confrontation between Gabe and Yulaw. Gabe, thoroughly enraged at [[spoiler: T.K.'s murder]], assaults Yulaw directly with raw strength and aggression, playing into Yulaw's strengths and allowing Yulaw to effectively counter and pummel him. It isn't until Gabe stops and goes into a state of [[TranquilFury controlled rage]] that lets him take advantage of his strengths that he's able to defeat Yulaw.
* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Played with. Yulaw generally just shoots his targets immediately, having dispatched Lawless this way and tried to shoot Gabe several times, not to mention [[spoiler:using a grenade]]. It's not clear why he gave up on it for the final battle, though he might have considered Gabe getting a handle on his powers and thus being unshootable (Yulaw dodges bullets at several points). Roedecker specifically forbids Funsch from just shooting Yulaw, as by the time they get the chance there's only two versions left and they don't want to risk leaving only one. Gabe is determined to deal with Yulaw personally, without any weapons, citing the fact that they haven't worked.
* WireFu
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity: Basically what defines Yulaw.
* WorthyOpponent:
** Gabe, being the final target, has gradually become this to Yulaw as the life-force from the deceased other versions has also been distributed to him making him equally stronger and faster.
** Even for a normal human, Roedecker was able to hold his own [[spoiler:for at least 2 to 3 minutes]].
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->''"I WILL BE THE ONE"''.
Gabe
31st Dec '15 9:29:51 AM eroock
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-->--OpeningNarration.

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-->--OpeningNarration.
-->-- OpeningNarration
31st Dec '15 9:29:27 AM eroock
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->''"What if there was a killer travelling through parallel worlds... and he looked just like you?"''
-->-- Trailer.
25th Nov '15 11:47:15 PM tropeminer
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The story takes place in a [[TheMultiverse multiverse]] composed of 125 parallel worlds. Gabriel Yulaw, a former interdimensional law enforcer, is forced to kill one of his other selves in self defense. This action accidentally leads him to discover that the life energy is redistributed among the surviving versions of Yulaw, making them stronger and faster. Soon afterward, he drops out of the force and begins actively hunting down all his alternate selves in order to become the most powerful being in existence. He makes it to 123, and only a single target prevents him from becoming...'''''[[ThereCanBeOnlyOne The One]]'''''.

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The story takes place in a [[TheMultiverse multiverse]] composed of 125 parallel worlds. Gabriel Yulaw, a former interdimensional law enforcer, is forced to kill one of his other selves in self defense. This action accidentally leads him to discover that the life energy is redistributed among the surviving versions of Yulaw, making them stronger and faster. Soon afterward, he drops out of the force and begins actively hunting down all his alternate selves in order to become the most powerful being in existence. He makes it to 123, and only a single target prevents him from becoming...'''''[[ThereCanBeOnlyOne The One]]'''''.
[[ThereCanBeOnlyOne the One]].



* TalkingToHimself: Played with. He's not really talking to ''himself'', but rather an alternate version of him. Unavoidable when the story involves multiple versions of the same person meeting each other.
19th Nov '15 5:18:58 AM tropeminer
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* TalkingToHimself: Played with as he's not really talking to himself, but rather an alternate version of him. Unavoidable when the story involves multiple versions of the same person meeting each other.

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* TalkingToHimself: Played with as he's with. He's not really talking to himself, ''himself'', but rather an alternate version of him. Unavoidable when the story involves multiple versions of the same person meeting each other.
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