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10th Jun '17 4:06:01 PM nombretomado
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* The world of ''Sugar Rush'' in ''Film/WreckItRalph'' is an over-the-top cutesy world where everything is literally made of sweets.

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* The world of ''Sugar Rush'' in ''Film/WreckItRalph'' ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' is an over-the-top cutesy world where everything is literally made of sweets.
21st May '17 8:18:32 PM DavidEssay
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* The world of ''Anime/{Hamtaro}'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, [[Characters/{Hamtaro} Hamtaro and his Ham-Ham Gang]], go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.

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* The world of ''Anime/{Hamtaro}'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, [[Characters/{Hamtaro} Hamtaro and his Ham-Ham Gang]], go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams Ham-Hams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.
21st May '17 8:16:20 PM DavidEssay
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* The world of ''Anime/{Hamtaro}'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, Characters/{Hamtaro} and his Characters/Ham-HamGang, go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.

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* The world of ''Anime/{Hamtaro}'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, Characters/{Hamtaro} [[Characters/{Hamtaro} Hamtaro and his Characters/Ham-HamGang, Ham-Ham Gang]], go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.
21st May '17 8:12:19 PM DavidEssay
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* The world of ''Anime/Hamtaro'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, Hamtaro and his Ham-HamGang, go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.

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* The world of ''Anime/Hamtaro'' ''Anime/{Hamtaro}'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, Hamtaro Characters/{Hamtaro} and his Ham-HamGang, Characters/Ham-HamGang, go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.
21st May '17 8:00:41 PM DavidEssay
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* The world of ''Anime/Hamtaro'' is a delightful Sugar Bowl in which talking hamsters, Hamtaro and his Ham-HamGang, go on suspenseful adventures in which the HamHams overcome fears, misunderstandings and endangered expectations.
14th May '17 5:05:22 PM shonengirl
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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic, well, heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties are thrown seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', some of them by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the face of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage because of magic, nobody ever ages also due to magic, everything is managed by the giant, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that casted the spells in the first place and can fix and create anything to their whims, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and there is no school]]. While there ''are'' the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be an impossibly awesome place to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker of their childhoods]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for a great deal of their lives]], and tired adventurers among their ever-increasing ranks. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.

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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Smashers]], the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic, well, heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties are thrown seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', some of them by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the face of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage because of magic, nobody ever ages also due to magic, everything is managed by the giant, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that casted the spells in the first place and can fix and create anything to their whims, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and there is no school]]. While there ''are'' the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be an impossibly awesome place to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker of their childhoods]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for a great deal of their lives]], and tired adventurers among their ever-increasing ranks. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.
14th May '17 7:14:51 AM shonengirl
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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic, well, heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties are thrown seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', some of them by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the face of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage because of magic, nobody ever ages also due to magic, everything is managed by the giant, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that casted the spells in the first place and can fix and create anything to their whims, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and there is no school]]. While there ''are'' the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the awesomest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker of their childhoods]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for a great deal of their lives]], and tired adventurers among their ever-increasing ranks. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.

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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic, well, heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties are thrown seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', some of them by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the face of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage because of magic, nobody ever ages also due to magic, everything is managed by the giant, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that casted the spells in the first place and can fix and create anything to their whims, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and there is no school]]. While there ''are'' the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the awesomest places an impossibly awesome place to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker of their childhoods]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for a great deal of their lives]], and tired adventurers among their ever-increasing ranks. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.
14th May '17 7:11:04 AM shonengirl
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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing many assist characters and hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', most of them thrown by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the mascot of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage, nobody ever ages due to magic put upon it, and everything is managed by a magic, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that can fix and create anything to their whims. While there are the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the coolest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker of their childhood]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for their whole lives]], and tired adventurers. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.

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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic heroic, well, heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing many assist characters and hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties are thrown seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', most some of them thrown by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the mascot face of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage, stage because of magic, nobody ever ages also due to magic put upon it, and magic, everything is managed by a magic, the giant, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that casted the spells in the first place and can fix and create anything to their whims. whims, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and there is no school]]. While there are ''are'' the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the coolest awesomest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker of their childhood]], childhoods]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for a great deal of their whole lives]], and tired adventurers.adventurers among their ever-increasing ranks. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.
14th May '17 3:23:42 AM shonengirl
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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing many assist characters and hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', most of them thrown by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the mascot of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage, nobody ever ages due to magic put upon it, and everything is managed by a magic, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that can fix and create anything to their whims. While there are the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the coolest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker have lost sight of their childhood]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for their whole lives]], and tired adventurers. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}", this is pretty justified.

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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing many assist characters and hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', most of them thrown by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the mascot of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage, nobody ever ages due to magic put upon it, and everything is managed by a magic, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that can fix and create anything to their whims. While there are the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the coolest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting over a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who]] who have lost sight]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker have lost sight of their childhood]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for their whole lives]], and tired adventurers. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}", ComicBook/{{Avengers}}" and "the nicest guys in the multiverse", this is pretty justified.
14th May '17 3:20:21 AM shonengirl
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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing many assist characters and hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', most of them thrown by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the mascot of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage, nobody ever ages due to magic put upon it, and everything is managed by a magic, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that can fix and create anything to their whims. While there are the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the coolest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of broken soldiers, tired adventurers, children who have lost sight of their childhood, and heroes who have been alone for their whole lives. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}", this is pretty justified.

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* In ''FanFic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'', according to various bits of information from the Smashers, the Smash Mansion, the {{Fanon}} mansion where the fighters (and in ''[=AWBfA!=]'' itself, the Assist Trophies and extra characters as well) reside while they aren't fighting, is portrayed as one. It is a big house populated mostly by the multiverse's nicest, kindest, most heroic heroes, resulting in a CloseKnitCommunity where most of the characters are friends or at least care about eachother, also comfortably housing many assist characters and hundreds upon hundreds of Franchise/{{Pokemon}} and other creatures, birthday or holiday parties seemingly every other week ''at the very least'', most of them thrown by [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros the mascot of gaming himself]], the residents can fight with all manner of lethal weapons and not get hurt whatsoever as long as they are in a designated stage, nobody ever ages due to magic put upon it, and everything is managed by a magic, benevolent, floating hand of a god (and his CloudCuckoolander brother) that can fix and create anything to their whims. While there are the villains to worry about, they are ''vastly'' outnumbered by heroic characters (with only two at most being serious threats anyway) and constantly kept under check. It is deliberately implied to be one of the coolest places to live (especially to the characters from medieval settings like ''Fire Emblem'', who are still adjusting a year into their arrival), with businesses to serve the fighters implied to be bustling around it and even TV from our world somehow able to air in it, providing a haven for all manner of [[Franchise/FireEmblem broken soldiers, tired adventurers, soldiers]], [[Franchise/{{Mother}} children who who]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker have lost sight of their childhood, and childhood]], [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} heroes who have been alone for their whole lives.lives]], and tired adventurers. And don't worry about matters back home; time flows much faster within it, so they are only actually away for a very short amount of time. Granted, since it is once again populated mostly by some of the purest heroes in the multiverse, described by [[AuthorAvatar Erika]] herself as "The video game equivalent of the ComicBook/JusticeLeague or ComicBook/{{Avengers}}", this is pretty justified.
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