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I'm assuming ^ that's about the Rabbids crossover, but I will just say a ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' crossover would be weirder.



*** TheDarkChick: Clayton

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*** TheDarkChick: ClaytonClayton

[=.GIFfany=]'s DEFENSE has been reduced to zero!

|| '''♥ FIGHT''' ||

''Astronaut Knight'' will still be an idea, I'm not killing it. Of course, so will ''Emazh In''.

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!! Playable Characters

[[folder:Hans O. N. Harems]]

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-->''Hans is a complete and total asshole. He makes a bunch of crude and perverted comments, steals from people, murders those that don't repay his debts, just barely even treats his women/the Princesses like objects instead of things to discard, and is self-centered. But he's the main character, so you'll HAVE to like him, right?''

The main protagonist of the game, and one of the three characters unlocked by default.

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: He's blue-skinned. Considering how this game has a number of characters with technicolored-skinned races, it's possible that he's just one of them, although his exact species is never stated.
* CoolShades: To the point where you never see his eyes in-game. [[spoiler:Until he gets blasted by the Mystery Door at the end of his ??? ending.]]
* MeaningfulName: Apart from his obvious surname, just slightly less obvious is that "Hans" is a lot like "Hands," implying his NoSenseOfPersonalSpace.
* NominalHero: Intentional and parodied. This guy is a summation of several
* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: Parodied, viewing his biography.

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[[folder:Aggressa]]

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A particularly violent knight that only seeks battle to kill bad guys, and nothing else. Implied to be a bit bloodthirsty. One of three characers unlocked by default.

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[[folder:Jim]]

-->''Just some guy.''

Just some business man. The last of the three characters that are unlocked by default.

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[[folder:Blastzilla]]

A {{kaiju}} that

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[[folder:Plumbed It]]

A plumber who can shoot fire-- uh, ''[[InsistentTerminology heat balls]]'' and is known for his jump. He would be pretty powerful, except that he has the condition where all his support is turned in to Flaos, meaning that he can ''only'' use heat balls as his only weapon.

* {{Expy}}: Of [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario.]] The fact that all assists are replaced with the rather generic and interexchangable-looking Flaos can be seen as a dig on the [=3DS=]/Wii U era games with their huge presense of Toads, who have a similar palette (red, yellow, green, blue, and purple).

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[[folder:Pigman]]

A sleazy pig-human hybrid

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[[folder:Bruise]]

[[caption-width-right:250:The [=McInstakill=], Without the "Invincible"]]

A man from Hong Kong who was given a special serum that makes him a "killing machine" against the Red Army, given the ability to fire [[KiAttacks Energy Blasts]] that can kill anything in one hit. We do mean ''anything'' -- they are designed by some complicated quantum rules that means that any living being (which could also include the undead or even machines in general -- this is a very loose term of "living") that touches them has its very atomic ''and'' "living" structure completely broken down, resulting in a giant explosion. Without this, the beams would actually be pretty weak. He is unlocked by going through fifty entire screens without taking damage.

* GlassCannon: Exaggerated. He can slaughter anything in one hit (making the BossRush a cakewalk for him until you get to [[FlunkyBoss the Devil]]), but he dies in one hit and cannot gain any kind of health. Even shields don't work.
* {{Expy}}: He's a heroic (as the "Red Army" here is actually a band of demons from Jupiter that wanted to wipe out all live on Earth just for part of a space golf game) version of [[VideoGame/HongKong97 Chin]] crossed with [[VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac The Lost]] ("Cannot increase health at all"-wise) and [[Webcomic/OnePunchMan Saitama.]]
* IJustWantToBeNormal: [[spoiler:If his "Level ???" ending is any indication, all he wanted was to save people from the Red Army, and then lose the serum when enough heroes rose that he would effectively just be putting himself in danger and his odds of survival slimmed down.]]
* LethalJokeCharacter: He might sound kind of shitty in that he dies in one hit, but consider that this is a game where DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist. Also, bosses do ''not'' get ContractualBossImmunity to his instant-kills (although the bosses from the Devil onwards have some sort of work-around specifically for this), meaning that instead of having to chip away at health, he can just end the battle right there.

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!! Bosses

[[folder:Brawler Guy]]

!! Brawler Guy

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Unamusing Beginning]]

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[[folder:Fish Monster]]

!! Fish Monster

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Giant Ocean Predator Thing]]

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[[folder:Flao Monster]]

!! Flao Monster

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Killer Plant]]

* KingMook: Oddly, he's one to the Flao species, who are otherwise friendly.

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[[folder:Drillbot 9003]]

!! Drillbot 9003

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Robot]]

* ShoutOut: The general design and drill use to ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''. The naming to the "Over 9000" meme.

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[[folder:Venus Cloud]]

!! Venus Cloud

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Sexy Boss]]

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[[folder:Biggerfoot]]

!! Biggerfoot

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Giant]]

* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: The boss's ''foot'' is roughly the size of a house.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: A completely colossal yeti.

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[[folder:A Pyramid]]

!! A Pyramid

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Pyramid of the Desert]]

* ThatsNoMoon: You see him inactive in the background of the last ten screens of World 7, slowly getting closer to him. Considering how every boss beforehand takes place in some kind of "dungeon" also seen getting closer as the level progresses. One might think that that pyramid serves as the "dungeon" for the boss. Nope, it ''is'' the boss.

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[[folder:The Devil]]

!! The Devil

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Satanic Being]]

* BackForTheDead: He'll summon the spirits of all the previous bosses in the game, only for them to go down quickly.
* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: His phrases actually have a shared health bar and he just goes from one stage to another at selected intervals, rather than "depleting" one bar to cause him to move on to his next form like some other games are internally. The reason for this is all because of Bruise's ability -- he can kill ''anything'', instantly, in one hit.
* SkippableBoss: If you ''somehow'' deal enough damage to him (likely through upgrade grinding), you can skip one of his phrases. Bruise can immediately skip ''all'' of his phrases by shooting him directly. In fact, because of the way this game works, he ''has'' to skip those phrases.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]

!! The Cosmic Mind

[[caption-width-right:250:The Token Hand Boss]]

The boss of World 9, and the final regular boss in the game. The Devil injected a potion in one of the remaning 101 princesses left by the time you face off against him. While you were able to rescue one of them, he shoots off the remaining hundred -- including the injected one -- off to space as one last "fuck you" move. Said injected princess turns out to be the final (regular) boss, transforming in to some kind of freakish brain thing.

See the Princesses folder for information on her normal form.

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[[folder:'''Spoiler Character''']]

!! "You...?"

[[caption-width-right:250:???]]

Beating the Cosmic Mind under certain conditions will cause the bottom of the arena's right wall to completely break, switching the game to a mod where the camera ''scrolls'' for the first time and revealing a separate room with a very odd-looking portal. That portal leads to the game's only true multi-screen level, with an AdvancingWallOfDoom and a few stages that end up with this... weird clusterfuck of a boss.

* {{Expy}}: Of Delirium from ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac''. Both are semi-hidden mega endbosses that shape shift and move around very quickly. The big difference is that while Delirium turns in to all previous bosses, You...? turns in to all the ''playable characters''. (Yes, even those that are not yet unlocked.)
* MirrorBoss: Quickly shifts across all nine playable characters in its first phrase.
* ObviousRulePatch: Bruise is a OneHitPointWonder. This is supposed to be an intentionally difficult TrueFinalBoss, so you would think that you couldn't just one-shot it while it's Bruise. You'd be absolutely correct. In fact, this boss is the only way to see Bruise's "hurt" animation, since they share sprites and otherwise Bruise being hit will just result in his "death" animation playing instead. However, ''it'' can still kill ''you'', although mercifully its beams travel a lot slower than Bruise's.

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!! Others

[[folder:The Princesses]]

Nine hundred princesses that were all kidnapped by the Devil.

!! Princess Plain

* ExpositionFairy: Gives you advice starting from when you rescue her on the first level.
* PunnyName: She doesn't have that many "extraordinary" features to her and she's the TokenHuman of the Princesses, so she's rather ''plain'' concept-wise. Also, you encounter her in the ''plains'' of this game's GreenHillZone.

!! Tropes Seen in Other/Several/All Princesses

* DangerouslyShortSkirt: A close examination at their sprites reveals that at no point do their skirts actually cover them completely. The ones that even ''wear'' skirts, anyway.

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* {{Anvillicious}}: Yes Water, we get it. Do good things for the sake of doing good things, don't be arrogant and don't treat the people you help out like trophies.
* EndingAversion: Despite being a game with hundreds of women that are blatantly there to serve as eye candy, a gun-totting asshole protagonist, and quite a bit of violence [[PlayingAgainstType for Water's normally-tame standards,]] it's pretty hard to believe that the most controversal thing about the game is its ending. Specifically, [[spoiler:that after 900 screens of straight-up satire on the action genre and adventure-themed games, the game suddenly takes a pseudo-philosophical nosedive with its True Final Boss, and the final endings for most characters (except Jim and Bruise) are serious Mind Screws.]] Made even more jarring is that this game all-but directly mocked ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' for its similar GoingCosmic scale (without mentioning the show by name, but the implications are still pretty clear). Water has given... ''maybe'' a ParodyRetcon to it, saying that he barely put much thought in to the endings and, if anything, it's just lightly making fun of bizarre philosophical MindScrew[=s=], but it's still a jarring turn of events from what was originally an up and up raunchy comedy. [[spoiler:Especially the implication that the mystery door was some sort of "karma" -- the type of audience the game ended up gathering was ''not'' the type that was bothered by a lack of laser-guided karma, to say the least, so they found it painfully unrealistic and cliche that the intentional Nominal Heroes get some kind of justice while the two most sympathetic guys get unambiguously good endings.]]
* EndingFatigue: Considering how the world structure is blatantly taken from the ''Super Mario'' franchise, you'd think this would end after the eighth world, which is mainly LethalLavaLand-themed. Yes, there still would be one hundred more princesses to go, but the Devil apparently has the final 101 of them in his castle! [[spoiler:You only rescue ''one'' of them in the actual fight. He shoots the rest of them off to space, and injects one of them with a potion that turns her in to the ''real'' final boss. So you have another entire world (and this is a game where the worlds are ''looooong''), then you get to that "final boss..." but if you have the I'm Awesome Card, then the game forces you to another ''true'' final area -- which is made up of one Advancing Boss of Doom, then a boss fight, then some more platforming, then ''another'' boss fight. There's more or less ''four'' potential "final bosses" before the game actually ends.]]
* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory: [[spoiler:The game may or may not be a take about nine dying people getting hit with karma in the form of either an appropriate afterlife or a second chance at life.]]
* MexicansLoveSpeedyGonzales:
** Many fans of various works with DamselInDistress plotlines, borderline-abusive and sketchy {{tsundere}} characters, asshole selfish "heroes," and the like ended up thinking the game wasn't bad. It helps that, while it ''mercilessly'' mocks various tropes and trends, the game never once tries to make an ad hominem at the people who either make or watch/play such things, sticking to ''just'' being a satire of the tropes and not trying to go any deeper than that.
* SurpriseCreepy: 899 screens of just an odd IndeciciveParody of video games, action movies, and action video games with no real horror in sight. Then comes [[spoiler:some freakish brain boss thing that ''is'' the final Princess, just horrifically mutated by a potion.]] Then, if certain circumstances are met, following that is [[spoiler:a complete brainfuck of a final level, your character basically fighting ''themselves plus the other eight playable characters'', and ending in a ''final'' final form that's weirder than even that and drawn in a more realistic art style -- unlike anything else in the game -- to go with the clashing.]]
* ThatOneBoss:
** Satan is a huge step-up in difficulty from all the previous bosses. He starts out in the background, also surrounded by his skeleton minions as he swarms the stage with them. You'll likely have very, very little time to prepare for them as they rush you. Oh yeah, and this is the first (and not only!) boss that you can't just cheese with Bruise. Well, you can cheese ''part'' of the fight -- in fact, Bruise ''cannot'' even fight the third and fourth stages -- but not the full thing, and getting through that first stage is murder.
* UnintentionallySympathetic: Pigman. He's considered roughly as much of an ass as Hans is, even though a lot of his backstory just screams selflessness and [[JerkassWoobie having to come from a pretty poor past.]] He's also one of the only playable characters in the game who clearly treats the Princesses like friends, instead of just women to do it with (IE Hans) or as bragging rights for how much blood they shed (IE Aggressa). With that in mind, [[spoiler:neither of his endings are compeletly good. He still loses his house in the 900 ending, and in the ??? ending, ]]

[[folder:Fridges]]

!! Brilliance

* The "fake endings" for most characters are good, with the exception of two downer endings: [[spoiler:Jim winds up having lost his home to Hans while he was in space, and Bruise is killed by accident when the last Princess gives him a fist-bump in what was intented to be a friendly guesture.]] It seems like everyone who was an ass [[KarmaHoudini got off with amazing success,]] while the two almost unambiguously decent people end up being screwed over. Then consider the ''true'' endings. [[spoiler:While many characters are in ironic hells of sort or, in the case of one character, outright ''vaporized'' behind that last door, Jim winds up in a seemingly normal world where he lives a happy life with the ex-Princesses. Bruise also finds a doctor that reverses the serum that causes him to die from any damage, allowing him to live life without the fear of death always being right around the corner.]]
** Also, notice how every single one of the [[spoiler:Stage 900 endings says "Fake Ending," but only eight of the "Stage ???" endings say "The End." There is one that says "True Ending:" Jim's. Jim's route is the Golden Ending. And the game could be seen not as some "pimp" guy's trying to rescue captured women soley so he can guilt them in to sleeping with them, but a down-on-his-luck man who keeps his sanity and moral values, and gets rewarded for it by casting away a bad world and getting to live In effect, he goes from being The Generic Guy to the ''true'' protagonist, and this fits in line with Water always faking out his readers/players with a Decoy Protagonist in his stories.]]
* The Devil remarks that he's been watching the protagonist through their whole journey. [[GameplayAndStoryIntegration If you think about it, the strategy he takes in his fight is completely suited to fighting all nine of them:]]
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** He knows Bruise can just vaporize him instantly, so he stays out of reach (read: the background) and surrounds himself with both energy barriers and skeleton mooks.

!! Horror

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I want to see what would happen if Paul Robertson teamed up with Edmund [=McMillen=].
27th May '17 10:56:12 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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So what's the weirdest thing [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] can crossover with? [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog So]][[VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames nic]]? his [[VideoGame/PaperMario Paper]] [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam counterpart]]?

Apparently, it's this.
27th May '17 10:55:48 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Apparently, it's this.
27th May '17 10:55:35 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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So what's the weirdest thing [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] can crossover with? [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Son]][[VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames ic]]? his [[VideoGame/PaperMario Paper]] [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam counterpart]]?
27th May '17 10:55:13 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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So what's the weirdest thing [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario]] can crossover with? [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Son]][[VideoGame/MarioAndSonicAtTheOlympicGames ic]]? his [[VideoGame/PaperMario Paper]] [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPaperJam counterpart]]?

Apparently, it's this.
27th May '17 4:28:04 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Like Mirror Gem before it, this episode is a ''major'' turning point in the show, and has been [[BrokeTheRatingScale given a five]] because of it.
27th May '17 4:25:14 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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{{PotHole WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse}} WE

Steven has can Fuse with humans. The concept alone sounds interesting, and Steven and whatever other human he Fused with could develop a closer relationship because of it. During the show's run, he's only used it to Fuse with Connie.

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{{PotHole WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse}} WE

[[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse WE]]

Steven has can Fuse with humans. The concept alone sounds interesting, and Steven and whatever other human he Fused with could develop a closer relationship because of it. During the show's run, the only human he's only used it to Fuse ever Fused with is Connie.
27th May '17 2:11:01 PM Animaniacs16
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26th May '17 7:33:36 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Steven has can Fuse with humans. The concept alone sounds interesting, and Steven and whatever other human he Fused could develop a closer relationship because of it. During the show's run, he's only used it to Fuse with Connie.

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Steven has can Fuse with humans. The concept alone sounds interesting, and Steven and whatever other human he Fused with could develop a closer relationship because of it. During the show's run, he's only used it to Fuse with Connie.
26th May '17 7:33:22 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Steven has can Fuse with humans. During the show's run, he's only used it to Fuse with Connie.

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Steven has can Fuse with humans. The concept alone sounds interesting, and Steven and whatever other human he Fused could develop a closer relationship because of it. During the show's run, he's only used it to Fuse with Connie.



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