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* UnstoppableRage: Averted with Treemasters; subverted with other characters. Usually, when someone becomes enraged in battle over a lost relative or friend, they tend to lose horribly, as they fight without thinking rationally. This goes in hand with one of the story's goals being to avert HardWorkHardlyWorks. In the case of Treemasters, their powers are somewhat controlled by emotion ''in the sense that'' complete loss of composure results in roots, branches, and vines growing around the Treemaster out of their control and immobilizing them until they manage to calm down. Anger here and there is fine, but a total berserk rage to the point of less clear thought is something Treemasters try to avoid.

* PrecisionFStrike:
** Done in the game's bad ending route. ''Emazh In'' otherwise doesn't even have an "ass" or a "damn." (It ''does'' have a couple of "hells," in the form of comparing half of the red regions to a FireAndBrimstoneHell.) [[spoiler:But then it drops the big guns when you challenge Izjjen. When '''she''' of all people drops "There's only one problem with this plan. You see... '''I really fucking hate Ninthee,'''" then you ''know'' you're going to be in for a real fight.]]
** That's the only swear ''in-game'', but there is an additional one in the game's soundtrack: [[spoiler:the regular theme for Infinity Amusement Park is just "Welcome to Infinity Amusement Park." Ninthee's boss theme, however, is "Welcome to Infinity Amusement Park... ''MOTHERFUCKERS!''" Not too coincidentally, both F-strikes are tied to IAP (it's where the Izjjen fight starts, and it's where the entire Ninthee battle takes place).]]

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* A few to ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'':
** If you end up Challenging Izjjen, [[spoiler:her attacks and general fighting style are based on the Bloat, but turned Up to Eleven. Also, rather than the normal sound used for lasers, it plays a sound effect closer-but-not-identical to the familiar "Brimstone" laser. She also has the same "diagonally-moving objects bounce around the arena for the entire fight" gimmick, except there's four of them, and each of them fires a "Brimstone" laser if Olivia flies too close to them.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' gets plenty, not surprising given how WordOfGod confirms that ''Emazh In'' would not have even existed without that show. For starters, the actual BigBad is a [=.GIFfany=] expy. Who has a few traits of Bill, but is mostly [=.GIFfany=]-based.
** Force Forest loosely takes its name from the town of Gravity Falls itself.
** If you repeatedly make Dan act ''very'' forward with Ninthee at the beginning, she'll eventually paraphrase a line from Soos -- saying that she has to disappear to the bathroom for a minute, but not in a weird way. [[INeedToIronMyDog Later on, you find out that Emazhes don't have to use toilets.]]
* All of the Celestial/Spatial bosses gain an ''enormous'' boost in attack power, enough to one-hit kill the player in just about any circumstance, if the night ends and day begins. This is a mechanic taken from Skeletron and Skeletron Prime of ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}''.

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* The Kickstarter video shows a low-polygonal, [[StylisticSuck intentionally shitty-looking]] scene with a badly modeled Olivia voiced by a text-to-speech program ([[VocalDissonance with a distinctly male voice, too]]) explaining that the funding is actually mainly for the graphics, music, etc; and that [=DeepWater=] actually does have a decent grasp of the raw coding itself. What Olivia says more-or-less comes off as a ''threat'' about NMDW publishing the game in this shitty-looking state, regardless of funding, and that funding would make it look less bad. Special note goes to her "So please. Have a heart." where she spends a good ten seconds with a frown that slowly gets bigger and lower, until it eventually just slips off her face and floats there like someone toyed around with a Nintendo Mii.
** Low-polygonal Olivia ends up being one of the unlockable outfits. You can get it early on. How? By beating a boss without any purchased upgrades. Equipping the outfit even replaces her voice grunts with the text-to-speech voice, saying things like "High-ah," "Flying," "I am shooting you with my energy bullets," etc.
* Antoher outfit marks the [[SarcasmMode long-awaited return]] of [=DeepWater=]'s "Cannon Suit" gag from way back in ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals''. It's a giant cannon-shaped suit that Olivia can wear. And yes, the description comments that it is in fact canon. It also has a whopping ''forty defense'', which doesn't seem like much for the late game but is an absolute godscend if you manage to get it during Part 1.

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[[folder:"Normal Route" Part 1 (Beginning -- Infinity Amusement Park)]]

!! Introduction

* In the very beginning, Ninthee basically asks Dan how willing he is to stay with her, knowing no context of why he suddenly woke up in this world or who this pink-haired person is trying to bribe him with an arcade and amusement park. You're supposed to eventually say no at one point, which kicks off the game, and it throws a ''lot'' at you to try to convince you to do so. However, Dan is given a number of ways to react to Ninthee positively -- and one of them is being ''extremely'' forward about how much he "loves her," covered in innuendo. What crosses this over on here is the fact that even '''Ninthee''', an obsessive stalker, is legitimately steamed up and bothered if you do that. There's something amusing about seeing the story's BigBad suddenly start sweating, blushing, and swooning like some old cartoon character. Then she starts trying to see through Dan, which soon CrossesTheLineTwice:
-->'''Ninthee, thinking:''' ''Okay, think. If I chain him, would that ruin this perfect mood he is setting up for me? But I can't NOT chain him...''
* You get a "special ending" for killing time by waiting the whole 60 days in Ninthee's room in the quiz at the beginning, ignoring the obvious blaring "EXIT" sign in the door to the room she made for Dan and instead deciding to waste all the time playing the arcade games.

!! Green Moon

!! Orange Moon

* The "Orange Juice" that's not traditional orange juice, just some psychedelic juice that happens to be colored orange. If you buy it, the screen will warp a bit and have a colorful overlay while a short piece plays.

!! Rose Red Moon

!! Red Moon and White Moon

* The plot of the "dark" counterparts to the Flame/Freeze duo is that, rather than being best of friends [[spoiler:and Lhaurflame being an overly-apologetic and defensive atoner for Lhaurfreeze]], the two ''here'' are actively competing tourist-trappers. Unlike almost every other store in the game, their merchandice is very obviously cheap -- the outfits are all just generic white shirts with something badly scribbled in pen on them.

!! Black Moon

* Maria is what happens when your average JerkWithAHeartOfGold barely even has that much "jerk" in her, and instead she
* The player has the option to have Olivia tell Maria that [[BlatantLies Dan is an Emazh.]] Maria knows that this is a lie ''for sure'' (the rest of them, she doesn't count as "100% proof") because Dan wears an outfit that covers his butt.

!! Infinity Amusement Park

* Ninthee's secret room is mostly just an unsettling StalkerShrine, but there ''is'' one little self-jab at [=DeepWater=]'s "prototype" to the game, if you read a certain door-stopping book.
-->"This is just fan fiction. Someone (Ninthee) apparently thought it would be a good idea to take a one-time villain, make up all these long-lost relatives for her, and have them all [[SpotlightStealingSquad hijack the spotlight to the point where the original main characters are reduced to just cliffnotes.]] Also, what seems like a simple lesson about your social life from the episode is bloated in to some overly-analytical essay on how mankind and technology interact.\\
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"You cannot think of any way that this would be a good idea. Even turning it in to an original story seems kinda dumb at this point. You don't find yourself liking any of these new characters, anyway."

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[[folder:"Normal Route" Part 2 (Post-Ninthee -- Dimensional Rift)]]

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[[folder:"Normal Route" Part 3 (Four Extremes -- Sloeth Core)]]

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[[folder:"Normal Route" Part 4 (Endgame: Labostoep Revisited -- Kristie battle)]]

!! Hardmode Labostoep

* To prevent a knowledgeable player from just heading in to Labostoep right before fighting Fatephinal, breezing through what's basically pre-Hardmode enemies there, and setting up a warp point at the very end to effectively skip "Hardmode Labostoep" (as, unlike every other area in the game, Labostoep does not increase in difficulty after beating Ninthee; it increases after beating ''Fatephinal'').

!! Galactic Core

* Kristie seems extremely intimidating at first, even after the reveal that [[spoiler:she's not really the expected god-like figure you've been led to believe all game and instead just wants to not have any pressure of her powers]]... then she turns around, revealing that her outfit just cuts off for the back half. She walks around with her ''enormous'' butt out for everyone to see.

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[[folder:"Friendship Route" (All Four Parts)]]

!! Infinity Amusement Park

* The fact that [[spoiler:Izjjen is pretty much one of the hardest bosses in the entire game, yet does not at all seem to be aware of that.]]
* Late in to the [[spoiler:Izjjen]] fight, she starts to pity you and thinks it would be easier if she telegraphed her attacks "more clearly" by outright telling you what attack she's going to do next. [[spoiler:Not only does this make things ''worse'' in that the player would likely be distracted reading her text, since she only says the attacks while she's fighting you, but she's effectively kicking your ass despite you knowing her move a few seconds in advance.]]

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[[folder:ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐƆ I]]

spuᴉlq ǝɥʇ ǝsolɔ puɐ sɹoop ǝɥʇ ʞɔo˥

pǝᴉɟᴉɹʇǝd puɐ pɹɐɥ puɐ ploɔ s,ʇI

ǝpᴉsuᴉ pɐǝp slǝǝɟ ʇɹɐǝɥ ʎW

ʎɥʍ ɹǝpuoʍ oN

ʎɹɔ puɐ pɐǝɥ ɹnoʎ ƃuɐɥ ʇ,uop ǝsɐǝlԀ

uǝʌɐǝɥ oʇ oƃ ʎlqɐqoɹd ll,noʎ 'ɥO

ǝᴉp ɹo ǝʌᴉl plnoɥs noʎ ɹǝɥʇǝɥM

ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐɔ I

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ƃuᴉdǝǝls ɯ,I uǝɥʍ ǝɯ llᴉʞ pu∀

ǝɟᴉuʞ ɐ ɥʇᴉʍ ʇno lʍɐɹɔ ʇɥƃᴉɯ noʎ ʇnq

ǝʌᴉlɐ noʎ ʎɹnq plnoɔ I 'ɥO

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ǝʞɐɔ ʎɐpɥʇɹᴉq pǝuosᴉod noʎ pǝǝɟ ɹO

ǝʞɐl ǝɥʇ uᴉ noʎ ʍoɹɥʇ plnoɔ I 'ɥO

ǝpᴉɹ ɐ ɹoɟ ƃuᴉoƃ ǝɹ,ǝM

spuᴉlq ǝɥʇ ǝsolɔ puɐ sɹoop ǝɥʇ ʞɔo˥

pǝᴉɟᴉɹʇǝd puɐ pɹɐɥ puɐ ploɔ s,ʇI
ǝpᴉsuᴉ pɐǝp slǝǝɟ ʇɹɐǝɥ ʎW

ʎɥʍ ɹǝpuoʍ oN

ʎɹɔ puɐ pɐǝɥ ɹnoʎ ƃuɐɥ ʇ,uop ǝsɐǝlԀ

uǝʌɐǝɥ oʇ oƃ ʎlqɐqoɹd ll,noʎ 'ɥO

ǝᴉp ɹo ǝʌᴉl plnoɥs noʎ ɹǝɥʇǝɥM

ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐɔ I

ʎɹƃuɐ ǝɯ ǝpɐɯ ǝʌ,noʎ ʍou pu∀

ǝɯ looɟ oʇ ɥʇnɹʇ ǝɥʇ sǝʞɐʇ ʇI

sǝlnɹ ǝɯɐs ǝɥʇ llɐ ʎq pǝʎɐld ǝʌ,no⅄

noʎ oʇ ʇᴉ puɐɥ oʇ ʇoƃ ǝʌ,I

pǝlʞɔᴉd ʇǝƃ ʇ,uoʍ I sʞuᴉɹp uǝʇ ƃnlS

pǝlddᴉɹɔ ɯ,I lᴉʇun sƃᴉɾ ƃuᴉɔuɐp

noʎ ǝʞᴉl ʇ,usᴉ ǝuoʎɹǝʌǝ ƃuᴉsɐǝlԀ

ɹǝʇʇᴉl ɐ ǝq p,noʎ sʇɐɔ ǝɹǝʍ sǝᴉl ɟI

ɹǝʇʇᴉnb ɐ ǝɯ llɐɔ ʍou doʇs I ɟI

noʎ ǝʞᴉl oʇ ǝldoǝd ƃuᴉɔuᴉʌuoɔ ɥɔʇᴉq ɐ s,ʇI

ǝpᴉɹ ɐ ɹoɟ ƃuᴉoƃ ǝɹ,ǝM

spuᴉlq ǝɥʇ ǝsolɔ puɐ sɹoop ǝɥʇ ʞɔo˥

pǝᴉɟᴉɹʇǝd puɐ pɹɐɥ puɐ ploɔ s,ʇI

ǝpᴉsuᴉ pɐǝp slǝǝɟ ʇɹɐǝɥ ʎW

ʎɥʍ ɹǝpuoʍ oN

ʎɹɔ puɐ pɐǝɥ ɹnoʎ ƃuɐɥ ʇ,uop ǝsɐǝlԀ

uǝʌɐǝɥ oʇ oƃ ʎlqɐqoɹd ll,noʎ 'ɥO

ǝᴉp ɹo ǝʌᴉl plnoɥs noʎ ɹǝɥʇǝɥM

ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐɔ I

ʎɐʍ ʎɯ uᴉ uǝʇʇoƃ ǝʌ,noʎ ʍou pu∀

ʎqɐq ɹǝuol ɐ ʇsnɾ ɯ,I

ʎnƃ pɐq ɐ ǝq ɐuuɐʍ ʇ,uop

ʇɥƃᴉuoʇ ɹǝʇsƃuɐƃ ɐ ʇou ɯ,I

uǝʇʇoɹ s,ʇᴉ ʍou puɐ pǝᴉp dn pǝlɹnƆ

uǝʇʇoƃɹoɟ ǝʌ,I ƃuᴉɥʇǝɯos ǝʞᴉl sllǝɯS

ǝɯᴉʇ ǝɯɐs ǝɥʇ ʇɐ ɥʇoq noʎ ssᴉʞ puɐ ʞɔnℲ

ɹǝʇʇǝl-ɹnoɟ ʇ,uop ʎǝɥʇ ʇno ƃuᴉɥɔʇɐM

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ǝɯᴉʇ pooƃ ɐ ɟlǝsɹnoʎ ƃuᴉʌɐɥ ʎsɐǝ ʇou s,ʇI[[/folder]]

* Also, consider that every aspect of the fight is effectively counting this warped "Naruto"'s ultimate wish fulfillment. [[spoiler:He wants to use his time travel brainwash powers to turn almost everyone in the world/''multiverse'' in to his harem army, but also attack Sasuke personally. Well, Kyu ensures that Naruto and Sasuke don't really directly "fight" (aside from the previous battle where Sasuke ''won''). Also, Kyu is physically very weak (max HP 1, attack power 1, defense 0 -- but she "pulls a Sans" to get around these), yet she manages to show herself a better fighter than Naruto anyway -- something that would drive a guy like him ''nuts''. Kyu also sleeps around a lot, but makes it crystal clear that she's never going to let herself be brainwashed in to the harem (the ''one'' attempt where Naruto ''does'' land an attack on her, she times a bomb so that she'll be blown up right after the Midnight Bliss transformation happens, denying him his reward for more than a few seconds). He can't use his time travel, because the earliest point in time he can warp back to is still ''long'' after he established himself on Kyu's bad side, and Kyu's savvy enough with time rewinders to know if someone's trying to loop, so she'd swoop in and suddenly attack him (which is what happened when Naruto tried to do a different sequence of events after resetting all the way to Brenda's defeat). Lastly, as she points out, she turns his rewinding against him emotionally -- every attempt is her first from her point of view, so her kicking Naruto's ass can't really get old if she keeps being rewinded to when she never experienced it. Meanwhile, Naruto goes through ''hundreds'', so of course he's tired of Kyu whooping him.]]

ComicBook/UltimateMarvelTeamUp
-->''Thousands of years ago, an alien race called GEMS laid their claims to the planet EARTH.''
-->''A group of rebel Gems, the CRYSTAL GEMS, had saw the beauty in the planet, and didn't want it to be destroyed.''
-->''The conflict between the Crystal Gems and the Gems of HOMEWORLD escalated into war.''
-->''Fighting with the Crystal Gems were two races: HUMANS and MONSTERS.''
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation
* CompleteMonster
* TheScrappy
* TheOtherMarty


''italics''

Webcomic/EQGCrossover


Despite being a new series, Love Live! Sunshine!! has arguably even more LesYay than its parent series (page very much in progress)!

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[[folder: Chika x Riko]]
From the beginning of the series Chika and Riko have shared a lot of LesYay. In the first season of the anime, a heartfelt scene between them seems to happen at least OnceAnEpisode. [[WebVideo/The Altered Adventure]]

* In the first PV, Chika and Riko are sharing a seat on an empty bus. They later fall asleep smiling, with their heads touching.
* The first season's ending theme is arguably the most LesYay between the two of them, even when compared to the subtext shown for various other couples. First there is the photo of the two of them which shows Chika cupping Riko by the chin with the two of them very close to each other's faces. On the photo is written the words "Make my day!" and there are multiple little hearts around Riko as she stares at Chika. Finally at the end of the song Chika and Riko, who were staring straight ahead, instead turn around [[HeldGaze and look at each other]] before clasping hands and starring at the ocean together.
* In the first episode of the anime, Riko meets Chika when the former is about to jump into the still-chilly ocean, not aware of how cold it is at that time of year, and Chika [[TheGlomp glomps her]] to stop her from jumping in. They wind up falling in, and they share a cute scene on the beach at sunset as they dry off and get to know each other. It culminates in them holding hands, smiling at each other.
* The anime's second episode, being mainly focused on Riko, is practically dripping with Les Yay. Chika continually badgers Riko to become a school idol, dragging You along for the ride, while Riko apologetically declines. After a while Chika meets Riko alone on the beach, and Riko confides her past PerformanceAnxiety and her desire to hear the ocean. Chika immediately asks Riko to meet her on Sunday to try and hear the sound of the ocean. Riko is visibly touched by this. At the end of the episode, Riko is playing "Yume No Tobira" on her piano, when Chika appears at the window, revealing they are neighbors, and encouraging Riko to follow her heart. The last shot of the episode is the two straining over the edges of their balconies to touch hands, huge smiles on their faces.
* Taken UpToEleven in episode 10. The episode put heavy emphasis on how close they are, making it clear that they care about each other significantly to the point that Chika even tells Riko she should go preform at a Piano Recital instead of a Love Live preliminary since she wants her to do what she loves. But all of that pales in comparison to what happens in the ending, in which Riko outright declares to Chika that ''she loves her.'' [[https://twitter.com/HarryPulley/status/772072939781062656 Such passion!]]
* While episode 11 is mostly focused on You and her ambiguous feelings for Chika, there is still a little bit of subtext between Riko and Chika to go around. Firstly, when everybody says their farewells to Riko at the airport, Chika noticeably stares at the terminal for a bit after she leaves, a fact that doesn't escape You's notice. Later on when the third years find the original club application slip to form a School Idol band, they are noticeably surprised to realize that You was the first person to put her name down since they assumed that, due to her close relationship with Chika, Riko was the one to put her name down first.
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[[folder: Chika x You]]
* The Aquarium PV has some heavy subtext between Chika and You as it involves You arriving late to the aquarium and seeing [[BettyAndVeronica Chika chatting up with Riko]] which causes You to leave (helpfully the music that kicks in at this point is You saying "[[GratuitousEnglish I miss you]]". Afterwards she is shown looking quite morose by herself and Chika looks quite upset when she can't find her. You observes this [[ItMakesSenseInContext while she watches Riko in a walrus costume]] (which again the lyrics switch to English as the song says "I love you"). Finally Chika is able to recognise You inside the costume and, after You falls down the stairs in surprise, Chika tearfully hugs her and rubs her face on You's cheek.
* Episode 11 has You troubled over how close Chika and Riko have become; Mari blatantly suggests she's jealous that Riko took Chika away from her. Later, she imagines her "being honest with Chika" (as per Mari's suggestion) in three obviously LoveConfession-like scenarios, including a ''kabedon'' (again) where she asks Chika to choose between her and Riko, a situation that plays out like a shojo-esque AnguishedDeclarationOfLove, and [[Main/TheTriple proclaiming her devotion to Chika while wearing a walrus costume]]. She ends up [[Main/TheGlomp hugging Chika so forcefully that they fall on the ground]] while crying into her chest; looks like she took a page from Mari's book after all.
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WebVideo/TanoliadoTeam

[[folder: Hanamaru x Ruby]]
* Even just from the promotional material, we've gotten some LesYay between Hanamaru and Ruby - Hanamaru says she hopes to accumulate good karma so she can be friends with Ruby again in her next life, repeatedly calls her cute, and says that she aspires to be like her because she's 'dazzling', and their 'typical off-day schedule' includes them meeting up and then 'Date at Numazu City♡ (Shopping!)'
** The Aqours Valentines messages has the girls give chocolates to an unseen person (the viewer) and [[ShipTease generally being flustered about it]]. Hanamaru is the sole exception: she's nervous because the only person she's ever traded chocolates with on Valentines is Ruby. Her message basically has her talk about how she and Ruby make chocolates together, and then we get this gem:
---> '''Hanamaru:''' Yeah, I make chocolates with Ruby every year and we give ‘em to each other. Ahaha. I reckon one day we’ll be brides together too!
** The "Taking it Easy! Deep-Sea Aquarium!" audio drama CD has a some LesYay between Ruby and Hanamaru. Basically, after Hanamaru ends up buying Ruby a stuffed fish doll, Yoshiko DEMANDS to know why she didn't get one too. Hanamaru apologizes, claiming that she didn't think Yoshiko would want one, but Yoshiko insists that she does and ends up fighting with Ruby over the stuffed fish doll. Hanamaru then decides to hold a competition to see which of the 2 girls can best express their love for the stuffed doll. Ruby goes first and Hanamaru ''immediately'' declares Ruby to be the winner. Yoshiko goes afterwards and Hanamaru still declares Ruby to be the winner. Yoshiko is obviously upset, but Hanamaru claims that she's an [[BlatantLies impartial judge]]. She then asks Ruby to "do it again", and this time she's totally enamored by Ruby and her ridiculously cute declaration of love.
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[[folder: Kanan x Mari]]
* Mari and Kanan have gotten a fair amount of Les Yay ever since the start of the anime.
* In episode 6, Mari tells Kanan that she is Kanan's "stalker" during what appears to be a secret visit to Mari's house late at night.
* The whole pier scene from episode 8 played out more like two former lovers with Mari wanting to reconcile and Kanan not wanting to. Complete with Mari wearing a long white dress (which looks like something you'd see in a soap opera) and dramatic waves in the background. Not to mention her saying Kanan's name like one would say their lover's name.
* Episode 9 only added to Kanan and Mari's Les Yay. Kanan threw away something she loved to do for Mari's own well-being by throwing their concert so Mari wouldn't have to perform with her leg injury. She also lives up to the saying "if you love someone, let them go" in regards to encouraging Mari to study aboard.
** Their dramatic reconciling also added to that with the two tearfully hugging each other.
* In episode 10 [[https://66.media.tumblr.com/2999a909e8fd8675d342e929c47cae98/tumblr_ocxpgveZVm1uf1cdno1_540.jpg the two of them share a futon]] and Mari straight up [[https://67.media.tumblr.com/db324e8227145e3245961acc23941486/tumblr_ocxpgveZVm1uf1cdno2_540.jpg cuddles into Kanan's bosom.]]
* In the first episode of the second season Mari claims that she gained some weight. Kanan [[BridalCarry picks her up]] saying that she didn't, implying that it's not the first time Mari is princess carried.
* The fourth episode has Dia mentions that Kanan and Mari's relationship recovered so quick despite the conflict between them in the first season. Kanan and Mari reacted by holding hands. They also generally acts just like parents that found about their daughter's awkwardness in socializing.
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[[folder: Mari x Dia]]
* Mari ''loves'' to tease Dia and is fairly affectionate towards her in general. The two of them generally have a excellent (comedic) chemistry with each other.
* [[http://i.imgur.com/GZwPmNA.png Very]] [[http://i.imgur.com/ixT7jQ8.png affectionate]] indeed.
* In Episode 7, Mari provokes Dia enough for Dia to resort to the ''kabedon'', a romance trope common enough in shoujo manga to be considered cliché. The nature of the action makes it very unlikely the writers chose it without noticing the connotations.
* The early stages of the series had Dia/Mari as the more prominent 3rd year pairing until the anime decidedly leaned more towards Kanan/Mari.
** A lot of fans noted how Dia and Mari's relationship had [=NozoEli=] vibes, which is arguably the most popular ship from the previous series.
** As Dia is a stereotypical Nadeshiko Yamato and Mari is pulling the 'foreign girl' card, a lot of people already shipped them before they had a lot of interaction.
** Especially in earlier depictions of the characters, Dia and Mari were remarkably much seen together.
* In the Drama CD's, Mari is told to stop talking about herself, so she decides to switch the subject of the conversation to Dia.
* In Aqours' Gallery from March 2016, Dia states multiple times how beautiful Mari looks in a kimono with descriptions like, "I was pretty surprised by Mari’s brilliantly shining face".
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[[folder: Other]]
* When Chika, Riko and You go around advertising their first live to meet the audience quota Mari set for them, You demonstrates her natural charisma and seems to immediately gain several fans. At one point we see a picture of her saluting with almost a crowd of them. Naturally, none are guys.
* You seems to be increasingly drawn to Riko as well, leading to natural ThreesomeSubtext. This culminates in episode 6; when Chika collapsed after her failed stunt attempt, You and Riko hold her hand and reassure her that her training was not in vain. OT3?
* [[ChildhoodFriends Hanamaru and Yoshiko]] have their moments as well with both of them being very touchy with each other. [[https://twitter.com/LL_Wikia/status/854538708548071424 This official illustration]] in particular is a favorite of [=YoshiMaru=] shippers, since not only are they paired along with the other heavily hinted at pairings of the series ([=YouChikaRiko=] and [=KanaMari=]), they're also the only ones ''not looking at the camera.''
* Ruby and Dia are ''also'' shipped with each other as, unsurprisingly enough, a number of fans support IncestYayShipping rather than normal, platonic, sisterly love.
** [[spoiler:[[UpToEleven Taken up to eleven]] in their Duo song "Manatsu wa Dare no Mono?", and further strengthened in their VAs' performance as Inferno Phoenix at the 2nd Live, ''especially that one part where Arisa and Ai's faces got within kissing distance.'']]
* In the "Live Action special" video, Chika kisses a coelacanth which turns out to be Ruby, [[spoiler:despite the fact this takes place in Riko's dream.]]
* Near the end of Season 2's first episode, Chika does a flip on a pull-up bar. The next shot shows Riko and You visibly blushing and [[EatingTheEyeCandy keeping their eyes open with their fingers.]] It's more likely than not that they got a peek up her skirt.
* In episode 3, when Yoshiko and Dia prepared to fight it out in a rock-paper-scissor, Hanamaru smacks Yoshiko's ''behind'', leading to her victory. Yoshiko even sounds embarrassed afterwards.
* The episode 5 of season 2 teases a fan-favorite couple, Riko x Yoshiko/[[PortmanteauCoupleName YohaRiko]]. This is their bonding episode, so they're always together, even having a "date"-like scene in the rain when waiting for the dog.
** Come next episode, Riko is influenced by Yoshiko's chuunibyou tendencies and they start debating like a pair of villain characters. Yoshiko then nicknames Riko "my little demon Lily" with lilies ({{Yuri}} in Japanese) being an explicit Japanese symbol for love between two women. Subtle as a brick. [[note]]Bonus points for "Lily" being Yoshiko's actual nickname for Riko in Dengeki G's Magazine and SIF.[[/note]]
--> You: "What's going on?"
--> Chika: "'Lily'?"
--> Hanamaru: "They sure must've fallen hard, ''zura''."
--> Ruby: "Yeah."
--> Riko: "It's not like that!"
* In chapter 14 of the Love Live Sunshine manga Ruby meets Yoshiko for the first time and spends an inordinate amount of time gushing about how pretty she is and hopes that she can be friends with her. It definitely comes off as Ruby developing a little bit of a crush on Yoshiko.
* Like the mothers in the previous ''Love Live!'' anime, several of the Aqours members' mothers are shipped with each other, with the most popular ship being Riko's and Yoshiko's mother.
[[/folder]]

[[FanFic/FateFutureAndGravity Fate, Future, and Gravity]]

Tropers/{{Storygirl000}}

Fate, Future & Gravity is a Crossover of Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica and Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure made by [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/4462408/FoxOnPie FoxOnPie]] that takes place during the timeframe of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStoneOcean Stone Ocean]] and retells the original Madoka anime's events. The fic can be found on Fanfiction.net [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10440292/1/Fate-Future-and-Gravity here]]. There are also versions of this fic on Spacebattles and Sufficient Veloctiy [[https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/fate-future-and-gravity-jojo-x-pmmm.314515/ here]] and [[https://forums.sufficientvelocity.com/threads/fate-future-and-gravity-jojo-x-pmmm.3296/ here]] respectively.

WikiWord test, because that's what newbies do.
* Example paragraph test. These are amazing
** What happens if I do this?

My name is ''Tropers/EspeonArcaninePines''

* bzzzt* wrong!

ComicBook/LumberjanesGothamAcademy

WebOriginal/TheSuperDinosaurs

Awesome/MasksOfAygrima
* HighschoolOfTheDead
* HighSchoolOfTheDeadhome
* ComicBook/TheComingOfGalactus
* ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy
{{HolographicTerminal}}Mode

I have no idea what I'm doing, but hey, you have to start from somewhere right?

After seeing the [[JustForFun/TheDancingCavalier page]] for the [[ShowWithinAShow movie within a movie]] in Film/SingingInTheRain, I was inspired. JustForFun/DonJuanTriumphant

Fanfic/InfinityLegionHeroesUnite

Fanfic/LegacyOfTheRedSun

BladeUnderMask
* VideoGame/XComUFODefense
* VideoGame/XCOMUFODefense

Coming soon:
WebVideo/DrawWithJazza

1988: Frog Suit Mario

2017: [[https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_asset/file/8679377/vlcsnap_2017_06_13_13h03m04s936.jpg Frog Mario]]

* [[http://saki.wikia.com/wiki/Yuuki_Kataoka ''Taco The Anime'']] is bestest Why-Fu.
* TheUntwist: InUniverse example, and provides the trope image. At the end of the ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' DLC "The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned", Dr. Ned is revealed to actually be behind the zombie outbreak, to no one's surprise.
-->'''Title Card:''' Dr. Ned -- (turns out he's the bad guy… [[SarcasmMode who knew?]])
* NightmareFuel
* ActorAllusion
* MarySue

Literature/BendSinister


Literature/BrewstersMillions

Film/BrewstersMillions

[[folder:The trope isn't "the developer added a lot of little details." Gonna see what can be cut here. If I understand right anything the game outright tells you that you can do should probably get cut. Very basic mechanics that a player is likely to come across could get cut too.]]

(This is almost definitely gonna fudge up the order, which might not bother most people but I could just simply look at the current version on [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild the page]] and re-arrange them. I dunno.)

!! Unsorted

!!I'm just seeing what this button does

* I think this is a bullet
** This one is a sub bullet
* CoolBigSis yay it worked

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THING IN FOLDER
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* DevelopersForesight:
** You know those rocks that the Bokoblins can throw at you? [[https://youtu.be/_XU-QcMCgQk?t=10m7s You can bat them back.]]
** The game offers multiple methods of solving puzzles and fighting enemies that the player may not think of doing at first. For example, you can use a board to cross a gap to reach a chest, or you could simply use Magnesis to transport the chest right to you.
** The classic [[LaserGuidedKarma Cucco storm]] that happens if you strike a Cucco multiple times across just about every game in the series can also happen to ''enemies'' if you get them to strike the bird.
** The CuttingTheKnot solution to the Myahm Agana shrine was apparently discovered by the devs during development, and they decided SureWhyNot, and left it in as another possible solution.
** Metallic equipment can be used to make conductive paths for certain electricity-based puzzles. This makes it possible to complete Vah Nabooris without finding the second power orb, among others.
** When you find a memory, Link will get the Sheikah Slate out and look at its associated photo, but [[spoiler:the final memory's photo is on the wall of Impa's house, so when Link finds that memory, he just stands there looking around for a few seconds instead... but if you take a photo of the photo on Impa's wall, Link will get out the Slate and look at the photo of the photo, like he does for the other memories.]]
** The Gerudo Secret Club is a place where Greta illegally sells male clothing, and it requires a password to get inside it. So, if you change out your Gerudo clothing in that place, the Gerudo Guards will not be alerted that a man is in their town.
** ''Extremely'' difficult, but if you manage to enter Zora's Domain without meeting Sidon at Inogo Bridge, you'll get a fully voiced cutscene from him when you first enter the throne room, as seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuhOvI-Jx1Y here.]] Sidon will act polite and encouraging towards Link normally, but he'll be dismissive (at first) and a bit distant towards him if you intrude on him in the throne room since he hasn't met you yet and you're barging into the royal chambers uninvited.
** If the player is unlucky enough to have no room in their inventory for the Zora Armour, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlUCYVYAtgM King Donephan will remark on it and tell them to come back once they've sold something.]] Same goes for the Zora who gives you the Zora Greaves for the Lynel sidequest, as well as with Vilia at the Kara Kara Bazaar. The latter will even offer to buy armour from the player if they have no room to hold the Gerudo clothing necessary to enter Gerudo Town!
** Similar dialogue also exists if the player has no room for food in their inventory and completes a cooking sidequest in Kakariko Village or Lurelin Village.

!! I don't see the problem
JustForFun/DonJuanTriumphant

** If you ''somehow'' manage to drop the Master Sword after obtaining it (which pretty much requires a glitch, as it's a ClingyMcGuffin that you can't drop through normal means), it will return to [[spoiler:the Lost Woods where you found it]], complete with a unique message telling you as much. [As stated, dropping the Master Sword requires some sort of glitch.]
** If you throw a rusty weapon at an Octorok on Death Mountain, it'll suck the weapon up and spit it back at you with all the rust cleaned off. [This is something players are unlikely to try, or notice the lack of rust. Octoroks are easier to be dealt with via arrows anyway.]
** If you manage to make too many objects appear in the game world by glitching or hacking that it would cause the game to crash, it will instead attempt to automatically trigger a Blood Moon, clearing the excess objects in the process. [This counts as it's the game's response to an attempted glitch exploit.]
** Hinoxes are not normally placed near deep water nor do they seem intended to be fought in it. However, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNWoPhJ0ykg they have a swimming animation]]. [You'll have to go out of your way to lure them in to water.]
** Find a clever way to get around a gate without actually solving the necessary puzzle to open it? If it is an enclosed room, the door will probably open up behind you so that you are not trapped inside. This can happen in Vah Naboris if you use some very well-timed gliding to get over a gate that normally requires powering two conduits to open (the same one can also be bypassed with metallic equipment). It will then slam closed once you leave the room. [From what I played this is pretty difficult to do; I haven't actually managed to do that myself.]
** If you somehow manage to solve the first shrines without retrieving the runes you're supposed to use to complete them, [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7T1UH4V0AAfIfE.jpg the monks will not allow you to finish until you get them.]] [See the above note; that seems ''extremely'' difficult to do.]

!! Gonna ask about cutting/more suitable for UnexpectedlyRealisticGameplay

* Fire works in incredibly dynamic ways that would give Videogame/FarCry2 a run for its money. Wooden weapons can be lit on fire using fire sources such as torches or campfires, and even other on-fire weapons. This extends to arrows as well, which can also be lit on fire by dipping your arrow into the flame. As such, it's possible to create a makeshift fire arrow if you have a lit sconce or torch next to you. Putting these facts together, it's possible to take out an entire enemy camp's array of weaponry by creating a campfire and launching flame-tipped arrows onto their weapons. [This wasn't even in the proper indentation. But that aside, IIRC one of the loading screens outright tells you about flammable weapons. ''Maybe'' the part about other weapons that are on fire can stay.]
** Being near Death Mountain causes everything wooden to be set on fire. This includes ''Bomb Arrows'', meaning an unlucky player may suddenly eat an explosion to the face if they try to use them to kill something. [The Eldin region is a major location in the game, and bomb arrows are a powerful weapon. It's very likely that an unknowing player would try to use bomb arrows in Eldin.]
** Dropping raw food on the ground while in Death Mountain will have food be cooked in the same way as cooking over a fire. It's not surprising to find food inside crates that are already cooked from the extreme heat. This even gets lampshaded by a Goron chef who mentions that he's losing business due to his customers realizing they can just toss their food outside to cook instead of buying the food from him. [IIRC there's an NPC in Goron City who outright tells you this, as well as a load screen.]
** There's also less graceful examples the developers put in to make sure the player ''can't'' do certain things too soon or out of order.
*** It's totally possible to safely leave the Great Plateau without a paraglider. However, Link will randomly shout out and collapse, teleporting you back. [A mechanic that can be witnessed by trying to leave the Great Plateau pre-glider.]
*** You can try to reach the Divine Beasts without doing the necessary story bits, but you will be forever stopped by the fact that they never properly load until you see those scenes, since while the beasts are technically part of the main map, the dungeons themselves aren't. [[note]]In other words: They're not even rendered as solids, just graphics you can walk or fall through, until properly activated.[[/note]] [Vah Ruta maybe, as that one actually blasts you with water if you bother Cryonising your way through or trying to glide from a higher point, but having the others as non-solid models that don't do anything (it's possible to directly reach Naboorus before the lightning hit with a bug) really doesn't seem like foresight so much as it is just a bug.]
*** You can't unlock the memories unless you talk to Impa about them first, even if you unlocked the photos that leads to the memories. [That's just the game enforcing order. One of the memories is right by a unique horse statue, so players who are just exploring might encounter it pre-Impa.]
** Elemental enemies take elemental weakness into account. If you use a fire weapon on an ice type enemy, it dies in one hit (and vice versa). [ElementalRockPaperScissors is already its own trope. The game tells you outright about using elemental weaknesses in a loading screen.]
** During the trek through the Great Plateau, you're supposed to cook something for the Old Man that he'll trade for some warmer clothes (since one of the shrines is on a cold mountaintop). If you make it to the summit of Mount Hylia without getting the Warm Doublet, the Old Man will be amazed that you made it there and will just give it to you. There's even a third option: if you go to the Old Man's house after getting the paraglider and ''still'' haven't gotten the Warm Doublet, said clothes will be inside a chest (with the old man leaving a note in his diary with him saying he's impressed you managed it). [This is more like an aversion of PermanentlyMissableContent. The Great Plateau gives you plenty of peppers to be able to make cold-resistant food which will let you go up there.]
** Chuchu Jelly itself is reactive. Drop any kind in a fire, and it turns red. Drop it in freezing water, it turns white, drop it in a shrine electrical field, it turns yellow. (Lightning just evaporates them.) If you are willing to use up a jelly, you can covert batches of 5 (4) by dropping one color, 4 others, and shooting the color with an arrow. The elemental field converts the remaining 4. (Dropping more than 4 will just vanish). Dropping a Chuchu Jelly in an enemy's path and shooting it with an arrow is a cheaper way to use an elemental attack without using an elemental arrow. [While a nice detail, this isn't "developer plans for something extremely unlikely for players to do" so much as "a mechanic most players probably wouldn't do on their own." The closest I could think of that might count is the fact that Shrine electricity changes the jelly too, but even that's a stretch.]
** Some characters react differently depending on how you talk to them. For example, Paya tells you to get dressed if you talk to her naked, and Purah tells you to get off the table if you speak to her while standing on it. ["It's not just about specific reactions where they could've just put a generic one..."]
** The four main story quests have different dialog depending on the order they're completed in. In particular, after the first, Link goes from hesitantly agreeing to try and calm the Divine Beasts to confidently asserting that it's possible. There's even dialogue variants based on whether you've got the Master Sword or not, starting with the first encounter with Impa onward. [Again, "not just about specific reactions where they couldn't just put a generic one."]
** Rain will make a Fire Keese's flames to go out and eventually cause it to die. [Cool but it's not that hard to have Fire Keese in a rainy section.]
** Temperature can affect ingredients. Dumping stuff like apples or mushrooms into frozen rivers and then picking them back up will freeze them, allowing them to be used and eaten. Certain foods also taste better frozen. It even affects monster parts (like getting Red Chuchu Jelly if you kill a standard Chuchu with fire). [Game tells you this, it's another case that's not "developer plans for the player to do something unusual" as it is "extra little detail."]
** It's possible to obtain the full set of Rubber Armor (which provides immunity against electricity and even against lightning as a set bonus at level 2) before setting foot into any of the Divine Beasts, but the lightning around Vah Naboris is too intense to survive without the Thunder Helm, to ensure that the player cannot skip the Yiga Clan hideout. ["Game has a special road block even with something normally immune to that kind of thing" doesn't seem like something that can be considered being far ahead of the player. It just seems like a way of striking down a possible loophole.]
** The game's physics are highly impressive, especially in conjunction with the weather system in place. For example, during a thunderstorm, lightning becomes attracted to metal. Wearing metal weaponry? Sparks will shoot off of them, a precursor to Link being struck by lightning. Since you get a few seconds of prep time before getting struck, a smart player may decide to whip out a metal weapon, use it long enough for lightning to try to strike it, and then ''toss it towards an enemy'', setting the unfortunate sap to be electrocuted. [This is just "the mechanics are kind of realistic."]
** The weather system is highly detailed and affects lots of different little things. It gets colder the higher you go in altitude, and rain makes rocks harder to climb as they become slippery. Rainwater will also pool naturally and evaporate when the sun comes out. [Details are not the same thing as the developer planning steps ahead of what the player might do.]
** Wielding a weapon with [[ElementalWeapon Fire Element or Ice Element]] can keep you warm in cold areas and vice-versa, cool in hot areas. [Same as above.]
** In the StealthBasedMission in the Yiga Clan Hideout, getting spotted by one of the Yiga Blademasters has three effects: closing the gate to the next room (preventing progress), spawning in two Yiga Footsoldiers, and alerting all Yiga Blademasters (who can OneHitKill Link) to Link's presence. As a result, it almost guaranteed that the player will get a Game Over... the key word being "almost". As shown in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6fU2l06vbA this video]], if the player survives the onslaught and defeats all of the Yiga clansmen, the closed gates will reopen (complete with the classic "puzzle solved" jingle) and allow the player to continue onward. [This is basically "game throws a lot of enemies but will continue if the player beats them." ''Paper Mario'' does the same thing if you fail the quizzes. If the enemies are intended to be literally invincible yet can be glitched to death, and ''then'' the gates open anyway, ''that'' would fit the trope more.]

DevelopersForesight/{{Undertale}}'s next. Maybe.

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[[https://www.spriters-resource.com/pc_computer/mariomissing/sheet/19021/ "Not only that, but they disturbingly detailed Luigi's buttocks from behind."]]

* Carp:
** Roxie's appearance in Gigadeon normally has BarbieDollAnatomy, but there is exactly one frame ([[ ninth row, third column]]) where her [[BodyHorror "breasts"]] have some odd-looking shading where they definitely should not be even in a T-rated game.

^ And no offense, but given the sprite designer for that game, I'm pretty sure that's intentional.

[[folder:No]]

[I'm mostly just leaving this to remind myself of a few plot elements, like Misogywood and the Forgotten Beast.]
* ''Ultimate Chaotic Mysterious Dark Power'':
** "IN THE NAME OF THE NEW QUEEN!" [[spoiler:Jeff (the Gnome)]]
** [I'm way past the point where he's killed but I honestly don't remember what he said and right now can't be half-assed to look. No offense to "Headhunters" but I'm pretty sure if I can single out a supernatural creature from the show I have the absolute least fun in writing it'd probably be these guys because I'd have to look up who each figure is based on and it just sounds overly-complicated given my fear of not properly capturing a charater's voice/diction right.] "" [[spoiler:Wax Sherlock Holmes]]
** "Wait, this...! I knew it! That stupid cher--" [[spoiler:Mable the Typomonster/The Pride Devil]]
** "I mean, sis, is fighting him even a good idea?" [[spoiler:Moo' Lord/The Wrath Devil]]
** "Hey! I thought you valued the importance of twins! If you're going to kill him, kill me too! ...Thank you." [[spoiler:Moon Lady/The Envy Devil]]
** "Run, lil snowman with a big butt!" [[spoiler:Teeth/The Sloth Devil]]
** "YOU GOTTA BE SHITTING ME!" [[spoiler:The Fucking Frost/The Greed Devil]]
** "IF ONLY I ''COULD'' CONSUME YOUR POWER... I guess... your equal will have to be ''naturally'' strong." [[spoiler:Blob Thingy/The Gluttony Devil]]
** "WHAT WOULD KIDS GET FROM THIS, HUH?" [[spoiler:Misogywood]]
** "...But I don't eat. Anything." [[spoiler:The Summerween Trickster]] (That was in response to being told "EAT THIS!")
** "HIT ME WITH EVERYTHING YOU GOT! DO NOT HOLLLLLLD BACK!" [[spoiler:Rumble [=McSkirmish=]. FYI, he didn't get his wish: Dipper was ''still'' technically holding back.]]
** "Oh, come on! At least that was more exciting than rolling another 8!" [[spoiler:Probabilitor the Annoying]]
** "Do you really think life like this will ever get fun? Everyone trying to kill you, or kill each other to keep you. Listen Pine Tree, I thought having unlimited power would be fun. But it isn't. After crushing your trillionth planet, things get old. What are you going to be in just one year? Ten? A million? Nothing, that's what. You're already empty inside, just like I am! Except ''you'' are spoiled about it, and you don't even ''try'' to look like you have meaning on the outside! Well, I'll see you when the Angel of Extra Death finally claims your life!" [[spoiler:Bill Cipher]]
** "Hey, kid. If you wanna have some ''real'' fun... '''deep''' under ground is a shiny, light blue metal. Adamantine. Just keep digging through that. Or punch a big hole in it. You'll see..." [[spoiler:Ailkird Badgee, Forgotten Beast]]
** "...I miss the times when it was just ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'', back under its old name. I think I really jumped the shark with ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite''..." [[spoiler:Great Pikmin Fan. Yes, GPF killed off his own Author Avatar. This is not the first time in his stories as a whole.]]

----

-->''Illusions about lost loves? A magic-brought fatigue that makes you just want to give up? Pfft. I can't even list a third example because none of the other Devils tried that. But this... this... is what will make you say goodbye to all of your progress, and will return your lives to the status quo that they deserve to be in. SCREW AUTUMN! IT'S OVERRATED! ENJOY YOUR ETERNAL SUMMER... '''MOTHERFUCKERS!'''''
->--Mable the Typomonster.

'''The Shine''' is the ultimate secret Spiral Power-countering weapon developed by Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', and supposedly her hidden trump card. It has the ability to somehow turn a person's Spiral Energy "against them" and causes them to mentally revert to a time prior to actually tapping in to any of the energy. In other words, it's a beam that erases positive character development at the least, and "Flanderizes" (Mable's own words) them at worst. The power is inspired by the Glow from the ''Scott Pilgrim'' franchise, which also relies on manipulating its target's emotions and is tied to the main antagonist.

!! Description

The Shine initially appears as a white beam of light that starts in Mable's hands. Unlike her usual lasers (this explains why she doesn't just blow up Mabel's party then and there), it is able to go through the group's spiral shield defenses. When the "main sixteen" characters of ''Journals'', the three Journals themselves, the Golden Godddesses, and Modascend all make it to the Cathedral in Chapter 9 (shortly following the deaths of the Wrath and Envy Devils), Mable instantly blasts the group with the Shine. This causes the Sixteen's heads to start "being shiny," and it physically manifests their old selves before even the events of ''Gravity Falls'' canon.

It is stated that the Shine needs a "recharge time" of one year, despite Mable's near-omnipotence otherwise.

!! Effects

The exact effects of the Shine can vary widely from person-to-person, but it generally inhibits rational thought and emotional growth. The Shine also tends to make its victims more violent and aggressive, as Melody under its effects challenged co-presidential candidate Ryan Christian to a fight that she otherwise would not have tried to do. In Chapter 9, Mable blasts the "main sixteen" characters of ''Journals'' with the Shine, but only the Main Sixteen. The following list describes how they were effected:
*

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[[folder:Yes, the "Extended Zodiac" is why I'm doing this]]

[[caption-width-right:350:And yes, LOLCAT is back.]]

How exactly would one [[Describe describe]] ''Bl:oo<dswap: Would This Even Count as a Spinoff?'' Well... a good start would be that it is a ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' fan fic about Nepeta. Specifically, it's set in a bizarre "alternate alpha timeline"[[note]]This means that the fan fic's events proper, unless otherwise stated, take place in the "alpha timeline," which is '''not''' the same as canon's. WordOfGod firmly disproved the idea that the story would end with the reveal that it's all just a doomed timeline compared to the canon comic, and in fact these are two completely seperate storylines.[[/note]] that involves Alternia having been plagued with Nepetas: every single one of the original trolls is replaced with a Nepeta. They play SGRUB together, using their blood colors -- and later, signs -- to tell themselves apart, as all of them go by the exact same name for no reason other than RuleOfFunny.

What starts out as seemingly the premise for a "shitpost" joke fic takes itself pretty damn seriously, and MindScrew ensues. Notably, each following chapter is set out to answer at least one question raised by the previous one -- while also raising a few more questions. The fic is intentionally meant to feel very overwhelming and bizarre, all leading up to a finale that acts as a major MindScrewdriver. There's a reason why one of its main concept images is an MS Paint scribble of Nepeta having a flower spawn out of her forehead which opens to reveal [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] and [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] making out naked while Homer has a visible "Brimstone" sign (as it appears in ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'') on his ass. And yes, something like that happens briefly in the story proper.

Originally titled ''Bl:oo<dswap: Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'' and practically a completely different story back then (or, at least, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen going to be]]), the story fell behind a bit as Fan lost interest in canon and set his sights on to expanding the world he built of his ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' fan fic starting with ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse''. The reasoning for the odd-sounding title is because the "Nepetaswap" concept dates back to ''Webcomic/SweetJadeAndHellaJohn'', an intentionally poorly-written fanventure that featured minor characters in the form of various bloodswaps of Nepeta. ''Guess'' was named that as it is a "spinoff" in the sense that the same template characters exist, but in a completely different world. After the reveal of the Extended Zodiac, Fan retooled it a bit -- now that the Nepetas go by the zodiac signs rather than color-swapped Leos, he felt that they would come off as too different from the Nepetas in SJAHJ. Hence, ''Would This Even Count as a Spinoff?''

!!

* AmbiguouslyHuman:
** The consorts of LORAM are, against the usual reptillian and amphibian standard, apparently humans. According to Fan's concept images, they are supposed to look far more realistic than ''Homestuck''[='=]s own style -- they have actual skin tones, detailed faces, and are never drawn in "hero mode" or like the guardians (all of them are adults). However, they are video game constructs, and on a troll's land nontheless. Fan compares this to the troll equivalent of a human's game having an alien world to go to.
* ArcSymbol:
** The Leviathan Cross, AKA the alchemic symbol used for sulfur. The story denies that it is simply a badly-drawn [[http://hs.hiveswap.com/ezodiac/truesign.php?TS=Armino Armino sign,]] and that it is instead its own thing. [[spoiler:It is ]]
* CerebusSyndrome: Intentional and planned from the beginning. The fic at first looks like it's just going to be a pure joke "shitpost" story with how it's set up. However, as more gets elaborated on ''why'' there are multiple Nepetas running around in the first place, everything begins to take itself a lot more seriously. The odd elements stop being played for SurrealHumor and edge closer to SurrealHorror,
* DivergentCharacterEvolution:
** Intentional and invoked design-wise. At the beginning, all 288 Nepetas look damn-near identical. The only differences are their jacket colors, signs, horns (barely in a lot of cases), and both Leo and Cancer are wearing hats. After the first three year time skip, they have different outfits and
* HairTriggerTemper:
** Pisces, on a bad day (which is roughly every other day). Unlike most of the highblood Nepetas, Pisces is openly based on the general theory/"pattern" that higher-blooded trolls are more violent. Given that she openly attacks people with almost no provocation and bears ''enormous'' golden claws, being near her is not a good idea.
* LightIsNotGood:
** [[spoiler:Cancer Nepeta is associated with bright blood colors (mutant red ''and'' her "base" lime), constantly talks about purification, and enjoys neon lights. She's the closest thing the story has to a Dragon, and her mannerisms are explicitely confirmed by GPF to be inspired by Bill Cipher, although she has far more redeeming traits.]]
* MythologyGag:
** The fic's tagline is a reference to the original ''Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'' Leo Nepeta (Just "Olive" back then) originally had a completely different Land from the canonical Nepeta, to tie in with the story's symbolism and [[spoiler:supposedly justified under her being under the Karkat disguise at the time. She still is here, so Fan just changed his mind on that detail]]
** Land of Realism and Metropolises (AKA New Hank City) contains a metric ''ton'' of references to GPF's past fanwork, mostly seen in billboards. WordOfGod says that these are simple cameos bordering on non-canon, and should not be taken in to deep consideration:
*** There is a Starbucks-like coffee place called Stelzash. This has the exact same name as the Starbucks counterpart in ''Ordinarily United'' and its sequel/spinoff.
** Jake spends three years coming up with a theory that Leo-Nepeta's (and also Cancer-Nepeta, the only two with hats) hat is alive and will become the BigBad. [[spoiler:This is actually true of the Gainax Ending of ''Paper John: Sticker Star''.]]
* ShoutOut:
** One of the many Lands is [[VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey a huge, New York City-based metro region with relatively realistically drawn humans that contrast with the far more simplistic "video game-y" style of everyone else. The fic has a "trailer" (at the end of Total Zeksmit Plains) first describing the city, before Nepeta leaps out of a manhole. Also, hats play an important role in the plot.]]
** Another Land is much like one of the Zones from ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}''.
* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', although it was originally planned to be a "sister fic" to ''run:gifocalypse'' instead. EFFI is a ''Gravity Falls'' fan fic with a number of ''Homestuck''-like elements[[note]]It was originally going to be a more evenly-balanced "history" through GPF's past words, with the first arc being like ''Total Drama'' and the ending hinting towards his ''Binding of Isaac'' fan projects and his "Six Sages" joke that he started a bit after his "''Homestuck'' era," but he could not find a good way to impliment references to those[[/note]] that takes what seems like a serious premise and intentionally half-asses it. This is a ''Homestuck'' fan fic with a number of ''Gravity Falls''-like elements that takes what seems like a joke idea and deconstructs the ever-loving hell out of it, turning it in to an enormous MindScrew.
* TakeThat:
** The Nepetas end up playing a "full release" of Sgrub, which turns out to be an extremely bad idea, as it's plagued with microtransactions. Basically, this is GPF's way of getting on the "DLC jokes" bandwagon. Eventually, Pisces just punches a keyboard of a computer with the game installed, and that somehow miraculously bypasses the need to pay real money to avoid the meteor apocalypse.
* WhamLine:
** Probably one of the biggest is when the Nepetas pass through a Dream Bubble. [[spoiler:Thought this AU was with the troll world having Nepetas completely instead of the other trolls?]]
--->[[spoiler:carcinoGeneticist [CG] began trolling arsenicCatnip [AC] ]]\\
[[spoiler:CG: FINALLY.]]

|| First/Second Letter || '''X''' || '''Y''' || '''G''' || '''T''' ||
|| '''X''' || Rust\\
[--Ex: acetoneAlley--] || Olive\\
[--Ex: arsenicCatnip--] || Blue/Cobalt\\
[--Ex: adorabloodGrip--] || Bronze\\
[--Ex: adorablyTerminating--] ||
|| '''Y''' || Violet\\
[--Ex: chromophilicAquarium--] || Fuchsia\\
[--Ex: catfishCuller--] || Lime/Bright Red\\
[--Ex: catGirl--] || Indigo\\
[--Ex: calicosTail--] ||
|| '''G''' || Jade (signs)\\
[--Ex: growlingAether--] || Teal\\
[--Ex: gnawingCatwoodsmonster--] || Jade and Jane || John (formerly) and Jake ||
|| '''T''' || Gold\\
[--Ex: twinAwesomepaws--] || Purple\\
[--Ex: tabbyooCute--] || Dave and Roxy || Rose and Dirk ||

(I changed a few of the trolltags. acetoneAlleycat -> just acetoneAlley, for example.)

"X" and "Y" vary depending on the "row" of the Extended Zodiac. In the case of the "True" signs/main twelve Nepetas, X is A, and Y is C.

...

No, the old BS:GWGAS would have developed in to a weird stupid thing with loads of Nepetas turning in to kaiju with altered blood colors and shit. I'm not kidding when I say I think my Mega Satan-Homer Simpson hybrid that looks like some naked huge yellow man with blood lasers is a better idea.

!! My favorite sprite idea will return in the remade SJAHJ

-->''This article is about the remade ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''. For information on the character's webcomic SJAHJ self, see Davosesprite (Webcomic).''

'''Davosesprite''' is a major character in the remade ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''.

* Name: Davosesprite (Past Future Dream Dave Strider mixed with Dream Rose Lalonde, sprite-fused)
* Age:
** Each componenet: 13 as of 2012 (Born December 3rd and 4th, 1999)
** As a sprite: One day (Created February 14 2012)
* Status:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Shoot, I was thinking of killing this off after the next chapter (which was the "finale" in-universe, but I would be scrapping a post-game Aftermath and a special I promised years ago), but this "finale" is so damn fun to write. Getting ''Total Drama'' nostalgia. Not counting the part where I was an asshole. Anyway, TZP tropes for Chapter 11]]

* OverlyLongGag:
** In the final challenge, when Ezekiel says that he blew his budget on the challenge prior, which was underwhelming for a number of reasons. When he says this (which happens twice), we get two confessionals showing almost '''everybody''' laughing at him -- the first time, it's the final two and the staff. The second time, it's the eliminated contestants. Fan even takes advantage of this to sneak in some "other" characters laughing, as he assumed some of the readers would gloss over the list. Kathy making a cameo there isn't that surprising, but [[spoiler:Blaineley was apparently in the site around then, and so was Sierra. These are the only appearances of the latter two until the very end of the chapter.]]

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise:
** ''Ordinarily United'', as per Fan/[=DeepWater=]'s norm, features a lot of nudity and claims to have ''very'' mild anime inspiration, but it gives the idea that it's going to be an {{ecchi}} romp of some sort. This would turn off people who do not like nudity in general, let alone fanservice. However, OU is specifically a part deconstruction, part mock of common fanservice trope -- the Unitias in particular were made to be close to the exact opposite of common fanservice ideals [...] ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' also has a number of casually-naked characters, but to a lesser extent, and it spends more of its energy on developing said Intriguing Group as they become the heroes to take down BLOODSHOT.
* EstablishingSeriesMoment:
** The story begins by establishing this celebrity hero known as the "Knight Astronaut" (in his secret identity, he goes by Carlson). Shortly after we get an in-universe saturday morning cartoon of him, we see him walking home from his job only to be interrupted by a gigantic dome of shadow looming over the entire city. Carlson, looking bored, throws a boomerang at it and kills it. Shortly after that, Stella's beginning shows her rather dull job working at a Starbucks counterpart having some wolf-headed robot asking where Knight Astronaut is. She dismisses him as a drunk hero, establishing just how ''weird'' the world is.
**
* When viewing the left sides of the [=HRTs=], they each form a general outline of their number. Swinging Blade's large feet/paws form the "base" of the number 1, while his fur sticking down and ahead of him form the top part. Blazing Fast's odd bend makes him resemble the number 2. Assily Blast's seat curvature and hat form a loose number 3. Not counting the triangular "eye pieces," DEATH MECHA resembles a 4 with a very long "bottom part." The Dragon's usual curled up pose forms a number 5 when viewing him from the same angle as seeing the others. Girlaser's "skate fire trails" end up looking like the circular part of the number 6. Dudenergy's general "leaning back" pose combined with his hat make him resemble the number 7. Big Suit, being wide and heavy, resembles an 8, with the lighter parts of him acting as the "holes" in the numberal. And finally, take any Unitia (Origin or otherwise), and her huge breasts and overly tall thin frame brings to mind the number 9.

* EstablishingSeriesMoment: ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' first appears to be establishing itself as a standard action anime-inspired action story, albeit one where the protagonist is a middle-aged man that's a blatant expy of [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] (with wind and plant powers). Then comes the third chapter in "Volume 1," where an air dancer bursts in through a bank's doors riding on a ''T. rex'', yelling "EVERYBODY GET DOWN! THIS IS A FUCKING STICKUP!" The heroes in the bank at the time take this threat very seriously, and to a lesser extent so does the narrative, despite him having a design that screams NarmCharm. This also has zero foreshadowing[[note]]While making the finishing touches to Volume 1, Fan ''considered'' having Steve put his flyer underneath a "WANTED" poster for Inflatable Tube Guy and hoping that the readers would chalk it up to a NoodleIncident unaware that the two will be fighting one chapter later, but felt that it would have more impact if absolutely nothing was leading up to this[[/note]]. '''That's''' when it hits the readers that this isn't soley seriousness and [[WidgetSeries a lot of really bizarre shit will be happening,]] mainly in relation to the villains. Yet it's played straight in-universe.

* WeirdnessCensor:
** This was averted in ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' (repectively, [=.GIFfany=] announces to the whole planet via a giant screen that the supernatural exists, and Soos blabs to the news via [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Nancy Hicks-Gribble]] that they exist) and the sheer shocked reactions by everyone wasn't really covered in detail, but Fan thought it would feel repetitive if all four of his "major"-length ''Gravity Falls'' fics have the entire world becomming aware of the supernatural explicitely when canon had no such thing. So, ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' and ''Ultimate'' both play this straight... and they're in plots that are even '''harder''' for the world to just ignore (this is saying lot). EFFI has six massive temples rising from different spots of the Earth, including one by Portland, and it ends with [[spoiler:Pyronica hijacking the Sun itself, using it to transform in to a massive Eldritch Abomination]].
** Justified in ''Ordinarily United'', as it takes place in a world where EldritchAbomination[=s=] trying to attack the planet every week at the abolute least is the norm.

* ''Ordinarily United'':
** HRT-1, A robot wolf-man with a pretty large sword that appears to have some ominous glow to him (later found out to be a computer virus the Intentor uses to hijack the HRT units, but let's ignore that for now), is wandering around door to door asking people about the wherabouts of the Knight Astronaut, a famous crime-fighting supercop. He says everything short of saying that he outright wants to kill said Knight Astronaught. The KA is well-known for being incredibly powerful to the point where none of his enemies are a remote threat, but this robot guy nonetheless seems to have full intent on trying to harm him.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That some news official would take note of this, since the robot has been asking people all day. And from there, the media could send an indirect note to the Knight Astronaut (Carlson) that an unknown specimen with apparent villainous intent wants to fight him.\\
'''Instead:''' Everyone ignores him, and the only person that takes him seriously is Stella, who knows little about who the Knight Astronaut is and just assumes that HRT-1 is some drunk hero who wants a sparring match with KA.\\
'''The Result:''' HRT-1 ambushes Carlson while he's out in the middle of a road at night, coming extremely close to killing him. He manages to destroy his car and cell phone, leaving him stranded out by the forest and forcing him to build his own house.
** One for the AssholeVictim[=s=] of the first chapter. A group of naked women show up from a strange, pulsating black sphere that just came out of nowhere in the middle of an alley. Rather than appearing scarred, or embarassed, or lonely/helpless/etc, they are grinning with razor-sharp teeth and occasionally laughing with each-other maniacally. They are covering themselves, but with a single finger and in a half-assed way that does not suggest regular modesty. Additionally, they walk irregularly, and their proportions seem just a bit off from the norm -- every single one of them is pretty damn tall, pretty damn thin, and has a bust that just slightly seems too large for them. This alley was also the opperating area of a crime group that the naked women outnumber, and they're the only people who witnessed the black portal-sphere spawning the women before it vanished.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That the crime group would ''get the hell out of there'', or at the very least try to get on their good side. You don't have to be GenreSavvy to be afraid of naked people coming out of portals in a group and laughing as they walk around confidently.\\
'''Instead:''' The leader thinks they're defenseless and tries to attack or capture them. The rest of the gang reluctantly follows.\\
'''The Result:''' [[MuggingTheMonster The Unitias, aformentioned naked women, end up killing and eating them.]]
**

The Unitias aren't cannibals though. Cannibalism is eating a member of their own species. The Unitias are technically robots/[=AIs=]/whatever, and they only eat humans that are also pretty much awful people.

-->'''Some Authors and Artists or Something:''' "My ideal CuteMonsterGirl waifu is a cute small submissive maid that loves wearing a maid outfit."\\
'''GPF:''' "Nah I'm gonna write naked maniacs with claws and sharp teeth."

That's even how it worked in-universe, too:
-->'''Inventor:''' "Okay HRT-9/Unitia Origin as my robo-wife project you're gonna be a cute small submissive maid that loves wearing a maid outfit."\\
'''Unitia Origin:''' "Nah I'd rather be a naked maniac with claws and sharp teeth."

[[folder:Changes in the Remake (Possible)]]

[This is going to be a ground-up remake, so dialogue being different or such and such being "slightly longer" don't really count unless it reflects on the plot.]

(These are listed in the rough order that corresponds with their point on the story.)

!! Story Changes

* The fic now takes place just a day before what would have been the events of "Dipper and Mabel Vs the Future" instead of after "The Last Mabelcorn;" "Roadside Attraction" actually did happen as it did in-story, with the exception being that Gideon's actions during that were different.
** When encountering Hijacker Alma, Dipper explicitely references the events of the episode, and the part about this technically being their first encounter with a spider person has been removed.
* The book Gideon uses to bring [=.GIFfany=] to physical form is now described as having a gold lightning bolt on the cover, giving a much more strong implication that the book belonged to this fic's incarnation of the Lightning Cultist. (Something Fan confirmed in the closing notes to "The Brains, Heart, and Guts of the Group Part 1.")
* Each domain is covered in two-part chapters, and together most of the domains are considerably longer than their original counterparts.
** "Game On" is effectively merged with "Pines Vs Trees" and serves as the first half of Part 1 of the latter.
* The Illegal Prime Neutralizer/AI Pack has been completely removed from the story.
** Ford still adds the anti-AI slip of paper to the Mystery Shack's barrier against Bill, but he apparently starts working on the IPN while he and Stan investigate Rose's domain. He ends up getting kidnapped and his prototype confiscated before he has the chance to complete it. This influences a number of other plot elements:
** The professors are simply beaten in battle and/or just talked out of their villainy rather than being sucked up in the pack. [=.GIFfany=] does not zap the uncaptured students to the Construction Site/Planet Negation Girl; instead, they are constantly making supplies in their respective domain and exporting them to the Construction Site. Everybody remains in their domain until the events of "Hot and Cold Part 2."
** An "artificially smart" phone (that was planned to be introduced in the original "World 1-2" but ultimately got scrapped as Fan felt that would be far too late into the story) is given to the Mystery Shack group by Professor Rose which functions as a replacement for the "talking to the previously/recently bested professors" mechanic in the original. [I'm not sure if I want to do this next part, as I enjoyed Rose giving the group advice that turned out to be inaccurate... but I also want to try to rotate the spotlight of the professors as much as possible, so this would make Rose feel less "screentime hog-y"] Due to the way "Pines Vs Trees" ends (see later in this section), the gang ends up not getting Professor Rose's number, leaving them unable to directly talk to her for the majority of the story.
*** This was confirmed to be inspired by the pacifist route from ''Undertale'': the guardian of the first area (Toriel:Rose) gives the protagonist(s) a phone which is used for communication within that area. After leaving the first section (Ruins:Domain 1), the main character(s) end up getting blocked off (Toriel intentionally locking the Ruins:Rose being unable to provide a Wire Card leading back to Domain 1 as Burrda has that card, and she's faced at the end of the "daisy chain"), but having greater freedom among the following areas (being able to return to Snowdin and Waterfall/the Mystery Shack having permanent access to Domains 2+) and interacting far more with the people in between them (Sans, Papyrus, Undyne, Alphys:Kathody, Searah, Sandy, Cardia, Bubbles, Leona, Sonia, Dian, Professor Wendy, Shannon, Burnda, Burrda). Fan said he liked the idea of the main characters being unable to return to the "most familiar" point to them (as Domain 1 is within Gravity Falls itself, but the rest of them are hundreds of miles away).
** Unlike the IPN, which the professors block out with a signal (muting sound from the captured copies and having the display show static in the hair color of the leading professor), the group can almost always call the other professors via the phone. For example, in Domain 3, Kathody gives the group advice on how to enter the domain proper.
* "Pines Vs Trees" ends with [=.GIFfany=] confronting Rose in person, breaking her phone, and refusing to provide another. Rose shows her darker side by bringing mention to the incident where the professors nearly turned on Risen and beat her up, to scare her out of destroying any more phones.
** This both foreshadows Rose's darker nature earlier as well as that the professors still have the potential to be unreasonably angry and violent (they just initially seem more calm because they believe that they are setting up surprise vacations for their prior players) and clears up that the events of Memory Banks Chapter 1 were not bias from [=.GIFfany=], but that the other professors really were that hostile for getting nothing in return after repairing Risen.
* All three of the chapters that cover two professors at once, and in the latter's domain ("Dry and Wet," "Green With Lust," "Hot and Cold") have been split. Kathody and Wendy now no longer go over to Searah and Shannon's (respectively) domains, and are faced and defeated at their own places.
** Kathody's new two-parter is now called "Shock and AHHHH!" this is lightly keeping in line with it "bookending" similar chapter names with "Hot and Cold." Although with the removal of "Game On" as its own chapter, there is no "bookend" to "Game Over."
** Searah's is titled "The Legendary Splashy Smasher."
*** Kathody still communicates with Searah, except over the phone, and this is after Kathody started her redemption. Instead of the theme being about how much the professors do not like one-another, it is centered around Dipper worrying on whether or not he can live with Kathody (and later Searah) as a guide(s), given that Kathody and Searah are both much less trustworthy than Rose.
** Professor Wendy's is "The Other Wendy Sucks."
** Shannon's is "Plan Gamma," in reference to what Shannon now uses to refer to blasting people with gamma rays.
** "Hot and Cold" is the only exception when it comes to seperate titles and not changing the group facing two professors at once. It is, however, a four-parter, with the first two parts being set in Burnda's domain and the latter two set in Burrda's domain.
* The plot element in "World 1-2" about the Mystery Shack group getting tools from each Hijacker to enter the next part was removed and replaced with them getting key cards instead. This was as the tools were virtually almost never used outside of that chapter.
* Melody plays a role in the story ''much'' earlier; she appears in Bubbles's domain, having been "tricked" to go there as part of a spa plan. Her early appearance is one of the many new keys ways Fan tried to distinguish Arc 1 with Arc 2, becides all the Arc 2 professors being friends with one-another.
* In each chapter of Arc 2, Bubbles elaborates on the story of the Four Friends piece by piece, explaining why they became the Four Friends pre-Gifocalypse in the first place.
* The townsfolk are no longer as directly involved in the plot towards the end. Soos helps some people find shelter during "Gravity Falls Vs Anti Gravity Part 1," but this is their only major cameo. They remain in town with Mayor Tyler briefly showing up to wish them good luck before the team takes off.
** Because of this, the battle with the second generation of professors is drastically different. In the original story, Stan, Ford, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy went in to Rose's Wire alone, and in "Cyberspace" in between, [=.GIFfany=] zipped herself in and destroyed the bubble. This sent them falling in to a digital arcade, where they were subjected to ''Super Mario Maker''-like torment by the future-gen copies, who had no idea that the characters they were playing were the real Mystery Shack team. They were bailed out when the reformed copies went through the planet's networking, found them, and pulled them back out to the organic world. In this version, after falling, the group instead enters a virtual arena set up by Professor Courtlyn. Courtlyn ends up challenging them to a "boss rush" against the second-gens, and zips them over to the various domains, starting with Therma. This is inspired by the King Dice battle in ''Cuphead''.
*** Instead of attacking the group as just a disembodied arm as they fell, Professor Eve appears in full-body (but in her segmented, "one red, one green, one blue" form) while they are on Courtlyn's platform, before Courtlyn herself pushes her away.
* The ''Hallo''ween Trickster and Ron Ejjert have been removed completely, although both of them make cameo appearances in the form of "MISSING" posters in Burnda's domain.

!! Character Changes/Professor Designs

* The professors are no longer "clothing damaged" after their battle (Fan said that he did not want ''run:gifocalypse'' to be seen as "yet '''another''' story that uses 'oh noez, their clothes are ripped' for the main means of fanservice;" instead, nearly all of them are simply wearing less from the beginning.
** Rose tears her originally somewhat modest leaf dress (the exact same outfit she had by default in the start of the fic) just before fighting the Shape Shifter, which by her design rips off all leaves except three in a "bikini" form, in reference to the original "clothes are set to be torn in specific areas" gimmick.
** Leona likewise strips just before her battle. Except instead of wearing random paint splatters under her overalls and shirt, she snaps her fingers and gets Blue and Yellow to throw randomly mixed paint buckets on her, that happen to create a pattern that matches the image she made of herself that serves as her Main Possession.
** Dove's clothes partially getting burnt by the Giga-Tairuzu's explosion and exposing her pink boxer shorts was left in, for humor value.
* The specific modifications to the professors' outfits are as follows, with many of them being changed to be even ''more'' revealing:
** As stated, Rose's starts out with her original design of
** Kathody's new outfit consists of some rags, with a paper "seal" over her crotch. According to her, the seal helps her command ectoenergy.
** Searah still wears a swimsuit, except it is now a blue bikini with a bizarre "double helix" pattern for the straps, rather than a "school swimsuit."
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** The chest of Shannon's night gown is now transparent as with the rest of it, but the outfit itself remains unchanged.
** Both Burnda and Burrda have among the least changes; they still wear "fancy TV performer/host thong-leotards," but they now have "skirts" at the waist just like Brenda from ''Perfect Hair Forever'', and the sides of the skirt are decorated with "flames" and "antiflames," respectively.
** Dove is the only one with a completely unchanged costume (it remains a Japanese Air Defense uniform), although her outfit takes more damage from the blast than it did in the original.
* Hijacker Peachaulinsalinaisy now says to call her "Hijacker Paisy" for short, likely to give readers a convenient nickname (of what is technicaly already a nickname). The story alternates between the short and long version after.
* Wire Unangler is described as having a third eye from her introduction, instead of during her cameo at the end of "Game Over." She also plays a larger role in the plot, and she's confirmed to be a giant rather than "regular [=.GIFfany=]-sized" as she was in the original (to more closely fit her design's inspiration, Paimon).
* [=.GIFfany=]'s "naked apron" appearance just before the final battle was altered slightly to greater resemble Olivia of ''Emazh In'', as Fan rethought some aspects of her design. The story most notably describes her as holding a pink trident, in reference to Olivia's weapon.
** Following that, [=.GIFfany=] shifts in to Ninthee's "carnival suit" outfit and mimicks her pose of having her arms crossed behind her back with three fingers on each hand sticking from the sides. This is as Ninthee is far closer in terms of personality to [=.GIFfany=] than Olivia.

!! Setting Changes/Domain Designs

* All domains have giant, naked, color-coded (based on hair, IE Rose's is green, Kathody's is yellow, etc) statues in the professor's image made of [=.GIFfinium=]. The exception is the Planet Negation Girl's statue still being a fully-clothed [=.GIFfany=] made of "[=3D=] pixels," continuing the fauxshadowing that that will be her Main Possession.
** Because of this, Dipper and company now begin each domain with the general idea of what each professor looks like, so ''anything'' about confusion of their looks is eliminated from the story.
* Domain 2 is now a haunted house attraction built out of yellow [=.GIFfinium=] instead of a "regular" large house in the middle of the desert Kathody hijacked, to fit in line with the other domains largely being buildings/entire mini-cities made of the metal.
* Domain 3 is almost entirely blue in color scheme, in contrast to the original where it seemed to be metallic, but generally gray. Again, this fits in with the other domains having very strong color-coding.
* Domain 4, which originally was specifically intended to be an all-outdoors domain, includes huts and tents made of orange [=.GIFfinium=], making Domain 1 the only domain with no [=.GIFfinium=] structures or even "shared" (IE not personal, like phones) technology apart from the Wire (the television [=.GIFfany=] used to communicate with Rose and kidnap Stan and Ford was replaced with Rose's phone being used for both) and the statue at the beginning (which is just metal, not exactly an electronic).
* Each of the Four Friends now have a "garden" that more closely fits their color theme, as the real-life Mount Fuji isn't exactly cyan/teal, the Amazon Rainforest is not really rose-pink in color, the Everglades aren't azure, and the largest cave isn't magenta.
* Domain 14/The Giga-Kyaarya is now a faux-aircraft carrier made out of "reinforced" black [=.GIFfinium=], and not an actual carrier Dove stole. Reportedly, it took an entire day to complete (unlike other domains except the PNG, which were made within the span of hours), and during Day 1 Dove had her troops fly around in custom-made flying bicycles.
* The Capital is now also sometimees referred to as "Domain ∞," but it still goes by its orginial name of "The Capital."

!! Other ''Noteworthy'' Changes

* Rose now explains and uses the terms "Main Possession" and "[=.GIFfinium=]" right near the beginning, instead of those being elements that are slowly elaborated along the way.
* "[=.GIFfinium=]" is now written as that instead of the all-lower-case "giffinium."
* Some more references to GPF's other fan fiction and some of his original stories were added:
** Sonia's domain, for some reason, has stained glass windows with patterns that resemble the Mabots from ''Ultimate'', much as the Mabot Empire has stained glass depicting several major characters from that story and the Six Sages.
** The first thing Wendy is described as doing in the beginning of the story is reading a ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' comic book and throwing it away in disgust. Much later, ''Professor'' Wendy is shown to be enjoying the comic, and remarks the main character's slight similarities to Hank Hill (Steve Buhvillen is, in fact, inspired by Hank).
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* Several references to [=.GIFfany's=] prototype pixel art (that had not been released until after the original ''run:gifocalypse'' was completed) and sketch art (which ''was'' released prior to Fan even starting on RG) has been added:
** Burnda taunts [=.GIFfany=] by saying that she once had "[her] mother's eyes!" She is refering to Brenda from ''Perfect Hair Forever'', who has blue eyes, as did one of the prototype designs.
** She wears an outfit similar to her sports costume when she attempts to explore Searah's domain while Dipper, Soos, Mabel, and Wendy are finishing up Kathody's.
** After Mabel runs off from Dipper in Domain 8 over a disagreement over how to handle Professor Sonia, [=.GIFfany=] appears behind him (through television) to say "You've been met with a terrible fate, haven't you?" A line she was sketched as saying, which doubles as a ''Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask'' reference. (And ''that'', in turn, reflects on the story in general referencing ''Majora's Mask'' in the sense of the Planet Negation Girl's three day deadline.)
** Originally, when [=.GIFfany=] "powered up" for her first battle with Soos on the Planet Negation Girl, her skirt immediately flipped over completely (it still does this in her appearance in Chapter 5 of ''naruto the guy with the ninja''). Here, the story describes her hair as flipping over while her skirt stays low enough to cover her undergarments, resembling the "angry flaring" sprite. Until Burnda points out, for the second time, that [=.GIFfany=]'s efforts to stay modest are ridiculous considering the attire of almost every other copy, then she resembles as she did in the original "Game Over"/ntgwtn.
* The references the final seven professors each have to an officer from ''The Wonderful 101'' in some way are made much more clear in most cases (Dove is the exception, as Fan thought her referencing Gimme was apparent enough):
** Dian -- Laambo:
** Wendy -- Wanna:
** Shannon -- Vijounne:
** Burnda -- Walltha:
** Burrda -- Heyorgah:
** [=.GIFfany=] -- Jergingha:
* "Game Over" is now '''six''' parts long, instead of three. In both cases, this includes the epilogue.

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Actually going with my "[=.GIFfany=] in my fics = Bowser" bullshit, ''run:gifocalypse'' pretty much predicted ''Super Mario Odyssey''. Just make Soos Peach and have Peach stick around kicking ass for like 90% of the story just to be kidnapped in the last 10%:
* The main characters leave their familiar place and tour the world.
* Their first destination outside of their familiar location is a "haunted" place.
* Character designs clash with the canon group (realistic New Donkers vs cartoony ''Mario'' characters; compare the conservative canon characters to the sexualized near-naked anime babes that is the [=.GIFfany=] Army).
* [[spoiler:Dragons make a surprise appearance (well, one in ''Odyssey'').]]
* A major mode of transportation is zipping from one electronic point to another (Spark pylons compared to Wires).
* Big Bad's basically trying to get someone to marry them. I say "basically" because marriage isn't actually discussed between Soos and [=.GIFfany=].
* Surprise nipples (Mario's, [=.GIFfany=]'s at the very end).

* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: The general constant is that she always starts evil, but what happens after that can vary wildly depending on the story. She's the definitive BigBad in ''run:gifocalypse'', [[spoiler:with Eve acting as the Greater Scope Villain]]. In ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' and ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', various circumstances make her perform a HeelFaceTurn -- ironically, her other copies being ''worse'' than her while they're morally better in RG. In ''Ultimate'', the copies are all a near-hive mind, but she generally stays a villain. In ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she starts out somewhat dickish and tries to kill Sasuke's group for criticising her, but she eventually becomes selfless and throws herself to try to keep Naruto busy while she's in NEO form. Lastly, in ''Bobby Hill Gets Hit by a Car'',

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This is the character sheet for ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group''. Despite being rather condensed -- thirteen chapters originally, before being designated in to thirteen "volumes" of shorter chapters -- SBIG's universe has a large number of characters that quickly pop in and make themselves home in this extremely bizarre world. '''Bewarned!''' All spoilers from the first chapter are unmarked, and many, ''many'' spoilers otherwise might be unmarked as well. It is highly recommended to, at the absolute ''minimum'', read up to the sixth chapter before reading further.

* [[Characters/SBIGIntriguingGroup The Intriguing Group]][[note]]Group as a whole, Poixer Avaage, Hammithan Descendo, Nosfo the Dark, Quazzax Cut 618-Beta[[/note]]
** [[Characters/SBIGSteve Steve Buhvillen]]
** [[Characters/SBIGDiane Diane Mohdez]]
* [[Characters/SBIGBloodshot BLOODSHOT]][[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse Skeltaur, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith [sic], Kelith "Hacksa," Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse Skeltaur, Mudvin, Willow "Witchita" Fells, Master Master, Citten "CD" Destroya, Earl Intubble[[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGEnviedEight The Envied Eight]][[note]]Goodbuck, [[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGAllies Allies (becides the Envied Eight), other friendly characters, neutral characters/"annoyances"]][[note]]Shineina Unfel, James "Jim" Unfel, Dave Unfel, Mayor Morestars, "Traditionalitions," [[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGThreats One-time threats not allied with BLOODSHOT]][[note]]Inflatable Tube Man, Spi-cat-der, Ye Olde Adventuree, Bad Chef, Megaghost, the Evil-Cloaked Ritual Bone Blade, Portals 6.1 Update System, [Chapter 8's main non-BS villain], Zeevih Cation[[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGFictional Characters of Works Within the Story]][[note]]Moe the "WOAH!" Guy, the cast of ''Lose!'' (Host), Avluvnetta, other in-universe fictional superheroes, cast of ''Meta'' (Director), ''Endless Ocean of Women''[[/note]]

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!! Eristov Sisters

[[folder:The Eristovs in general]]

The Eristovs are a family living in the far outskirts of what is technically, barely considered part of the main city. The parents of the immediate family work as part of an agency that collects unusual "supernatural" (they insist on using the term "extra-dimensional") objects to see what use they have. This job is considered common knowledge in the story's world, but it does earn money: the sisters all have a number of expensive gadgets such as teleporters and the like (which is how they get from school to home; normally an hour+ drive).

Thanks to a bad "two week party" idea while the parents are out, inviting a shared crush with his friend showing up practically uninvited, and said friend touching what is listed as one of the more dangerous artifacts the parents had in containment, the sisters are all whisked away to the Other, and they and Brett are given a strict two week deadline before the Smoke Reaper consumes Jeff's soul.

* TheAce: Their parents are just about perfect in every way, and at everything. They've got
* BadassNormal: The sisters are out surviving in a completely bizarre, downright eldritch world with only small "pockets of stability" that even remotely resemble their old home world. They only have
* MassiveNumberedSiblings: Fourteen of them, each a year apart, aged 19 to 8 (there's also a set of triplets). The age gap near the end suggests that there was a strict cutoff point where Tyler and Stacy decided to stop having kids.

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[[folder:]]

[[/folder]]

!! Eristov Parents and Other Humans

[[folder:Tyler Fuller-Eristov]]

A highly-respected war hero and the father to the Eristov sisters.

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[[folder:Stacy Fuller-Eristov]]

A highly-respected teleporting ninja and the mother to the Eristov sisters.

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[[folder:Brett]]

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[[folder:Jeff]]

Brett's friend, although almost none of the Eristovs like him at first. He's a bit of a notorious rule breaker -- in fact, him snooping around and touching the "statue" of the Smoke Wraith is what sets the plot of the story in motion.

[[/folder]]

!! Friendly Residents of the "Other"

[[folder:Mindmix]]

Every time a group of new people is warped to the Other (or, specifically, Riflecross Center; the region of the Other the story mainly takes place), a Mindmix is generated to help "give them someone to talk to" and bridge the gap a bit between their knowledge and the knowledge of the Other. An individual's Mindmix is built on their thoughts mixed in with general knowledge about the Other. In the case of multiple people coming in, they have to share a Mindmix, who has the collective thoughts of them all. This project is still in experimental state, so most Mindmixes of multiple people (and even some of just individuals) tend to explode shortly after their creation.

This folder refers to the Mindmix that was formed from the Eristov sisters, Brett, and Jeff.

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!! Main Antagonists

[[folder:The Smoke Reaper]]

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!! Minor Villains

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* Main Characters[[note]]Main Emazhes (Olivia, Ninthee, Lilith, Fatephinal, Kristie); Humans (Dan, Liz, Tom, Kev)[[/note]]
* Emazhes by Moon (AKA Region, AKA Domain):
** Green World/Forests
** Orange World/Canyons
** Yellow World/Deserts
** Chartreuse World/Light Floating Islands
** Spring Green World/Windy Valleys
** Cyan World/Springs
** Azure World/Swamps
** Blue World/Oceans
** Violet World/"Meat Gardens"
** Magenta World/Caves
** Rose Red World/Jungles
** Red and White World/Volcanic and Icey Mountains:
*** "Red" Portion
*** "White" Portion
** Black World/Psychic Manufacturing
* Non-Moon Regions/Planet Vista:
** Dekstop/Prescilla and the Ring
** Infinity Amusement Park (minus Ninthee and technically Prescilla), Parallel Rift (minus Lilith), Sleath Core (minus Fatephinal), Labostoep
** The Four Extremes[[note]][[/note]]

If you go by the order their ''run:gifocalypse'' bases/prototypes were faced in, it's alphabetical:
* Green: A and N
* Yellow: B and O
* Blue: C and P
* Orange: D and Q
* Violet: E and R
* Cyan: F and S
* Rose Red: G and T
* Magenta: I and U
* Spring Green: J and V
* Chartreuse: K and W
* Red and White: L and Y
* Black: M and Z

I thought about including Ninthee and Olivia in the initial A-M lineup from Alexia->Maria (in fact, that's why I picked a name that started with an "N" for Ninthee; to indicate that she'd be faced after Maria; Olivia was the first feminine name that started with an "O" I could think of, and '''then''' Prescilla continued from there), and then when going on the "Dark" group of Charges, I'd continue from there. But Ninthee, Olivia, and prescilla were odd ones out, not fitting the "rainbow" (+ black and white, and also magenta and rose red since those colors are technically not individual wavelengths) while all of the others did. Hell, Olivia isn't even Charged (at first), and definitely not the leader of her own region. Embarassingly, it took me until "mapping out" the letters to see that if Ninthee and Olivia aren't included, then the "loop" would actually be perfect (lumping up red and white threw me off of thinking "Oh, 13! Half of 26, perfect!" because I kept picturing that I have ''14'' different letters), using each letter exactly twice (not counting the red and white-themed Emazhes both sharing a letter).

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Here's what the "green" page would look like:

Page describing the various Emazhes of ''Emazh In'' that have made the Green Moon their home. The Green Moon, like several other moons, is ''covered'' in plants, whether it's the clearings and deep woods of Force Forest to the flowers of Yyetahp. In the original story, this is the first satelite that Olivia, Dan, and Liz visit after beating President Prescilla at a Challenge. In the game, the player is allowed to pick any of the thirteen satelites, but Olivia lightly suggests going there first (mostly for first-time players[[note]]Notably, if you speedrun Dekstop or complete it without taking damage, Olivia will still "nudge" towards going there first, but suggests that you have enough skill to try another moon out[[/note]]).

[[folder:The "Green Moon" societies as a whole]]

* ShoutOut:
** [=DeepWater=] confirmed that Force Forest was named as such after ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. Granted, there's no pun here, but Gravity simply becomes "Force," and (Water)Falls is just "Forest."

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!! Force Forest

The "natural" of the four (later eight) divisions. A peaceful, densely populated... well, ''forest'' as the name implies, which specializes in exporting vegetables and wood.

[[folder:Alexia]]

The Charged Emazh running Force Forest. Initially seeming to be a benevolent leader,

* NotSoAboveItAll: Zig-zagged to hell and back, especially if she's a player's first impression of satelite society. First, she seems like a kind-hearted leader of what's a nature utopia compared to Dekstop (which is still a good place in of itself, but its leader leans towards supporting the BigBad). Then one digs in to her rules and system a bit after sticking around long enough and find out that she has guidelines planned out to specifically abuse her power, and that she's even dangerously close to being a totalitarian ruler. It gets a bit worse when one then finds out that she was in support of Ninthee as well... or rather, ''was.'' Feelings on her can soften after finding out that she was ''the'' first of the group to completely leave Ninthee's plan behind. But then things look bad again when more information is shed on the matter, revealing that she left mostly for kind of selfish reasons and it's suggested to only be because Ninthee targetted ''her'' place specifically. But then things get better after Olivia bests her in a Challenge and she reconsiders her outlook. And better still after seeking out the other thirteen Ninthee supporters and seeing that most of them are absolute assholes compared to Alexia, who was at least ''trying'' to run an honest forest society and has a high approval rating regardless. And ''then'' you see that some of those Ninthee-supporters either also gave up on her and/or they've been lying for one reason or another that they do like her (Lhaurflame being an example of both), and they're much quicker to change than Alexia was. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, Alexia's temper is pretty damn bad, and when her Berserk Buttons are pressed (she has quite a bit of them) she can be even more hostile than Maria - a proud accomplishment.]] All-in-all, like many things in ''Emazh In'', whether or not Alexia is/was "worse" than the other "main fourteen" is up for the reader or player to decide. She's certainly no saint compared to that group, but she's certainly not completely terrible and willing to change.

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[[folder:Thornma]]

Alexia's top assistant, although she hardly really needs one.

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!! Rohtwist

The "dark magic" side of the

!! Yyetahp

The "light magic" side

!! The Greenhouse

!! Branching Tower/

Initially, the "botanical" division of the Celestial Order that had set up an enormous tower in Force Forest (without Alexia's permission, and with no warning) shortly after Ninthee's loss of a Challenge at Infinity Amusement Park. Every other major region of the thirteen moons was met with similar invaders, with the "natural" regions being hit with "spatial" towers. Eventually, they got their own part of the moon, and then eventually, their own satelite (as every other group does by the end).

Alexia '''hates''' these Emazhes.

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!! Leafbud Dimension/

The botanical division of the Pocket Darkspaces, making "dimensional" counterparts to the "dark magic" parts of the moon. These Emazhes

!! Plant Gathering/

The botanical division of the Spirit Researchers, making "soul" counterparts to the "light magic" parts of the moon.

!! GREEN_MATRIX/

The Greenhouse's Invaders. A major group calling themselves the HACK_EDITORS set up "matrix" areas to invade the "technological" parts of the moon.

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[[folder:A Game]]

VideoGame/CavemanWarriors

''Caveman Warriors'' is an indie platformer game

The official website can be found [[http://www.cavemanwarriors.com/ here.]]

!! The game demonstrates examples of the following:

* ActionGirl: Liliana and Brienne, the two female playable characters.
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** Checkpoints completely restore health ''and'' lives, to prevent any "need" to die at a checkpoint just to be revived at full health.
** The player can freely switch between any of the warriors (except for just after taking damage), avoiding the need to play multiplayer and/or preventing unwinnable situations.
* BadassNormal: Apart from Moe's magic, none of the characters have any supernatural abilities to speak of, yet they can go toe-to-toe with powerful robots, soul-commanders, and even giant beasts.
* ColorCodedCharacters:
** The playable characters, seen with their hair, outfits, and even the auras of their abilities: Liliania (red), Jack (green), Moe (blue), and Brienne (yellow). The alien is pink.
** Jandro's three "souls" are also color-coded, down to their lifebars: the toxic skulls are green, the fire turtle is red, and the electric wolf is blue. Also doubles as ColorCodedElements with poison, fire, and lightning respectively.
* EasyLevelsHardBosses: The stages are somewhat challenging, but the bosses are usually a step up beyond that and require perfect use of the game's mechanics.
* {{Expy}}:
** ''VideoGame/JoeAndMac'' is one of the main inspirations for the game. Of the playable characters, we've got Jack and Moe, named after them. They even have the same hair colors.
** The third boss is the "Cavernator," an obvious play on the Film/{{Terminator}}.
** The Cross-Bones Army variation of the large enemies bears resemblance to He-Man.
* GenderEqualEnsemble: Your player group consists of two men and two women.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Aside from the final boss, none of the bosses are tied that much to the story. Even in Chapter 5, which is a turning point in the plot, the boss is a return of the random ''Terminator'' robot that attacked the gang back on the road ride level.
* NintendoHard: The game certainly pulls no punches, as there's challenge right there in the first level. Health is somewhat scarce
* NoSwastikas: The Cross-Bones army introduced in Level 6 invokes serious Nazi-like imagery, complete with their flags having red around a white circle with the symbol in black. And said symbol is an "X." They're not supposed to be literal Nazis, but the parallels are blatant.
* OpeningTheSandbox: Downplayed; the game remains linear after Chapter 5, but that marks the point when each chapter's corresponding bonus level opens up to those who have enough batteries.
* SuperDrowningSkills: The first level happily informs you that cavemen cannot swim; pools and outright pits are treated as one in the same.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Brienne is the only main character who really dresses up decently. Liliana's outfit in particular is effectively a bikini. Starting in Chapter 4, the game introduces female enemies who only wear two skulls for a bra.
* TimeTravel: Turns out the alien technology is capable of doing this. The alien that kidnapped the kids opens up wormholes leading to the future, which is where the second part of the game takes place.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Undine is fairly easy. Lordrack just requires some wind-fighting and well-timed jumps. Cavernator is a matter of shooting his bullets. Jandro is where the game completely stops playing around and forces you to use strategy, learn mechanics, and combat the fact that you can only harm one of his flunkies at a time.
* WhamEpisode: The end of Chapter 5. [[spoiler:The four heroes ''finally'' catch up with the alien that stole their children on the space station. Cue the kids casually waving bye at them as they gather batteries and enter a portal leading off to different time periods. This also causes a number of ''wormholes'' to open up, leading to harder versions of the regular levels that can only be reached after grabbing enough batteries.]]

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[[folder:Another game played by Vinny of Vinesauce]]

([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkhBjEyWE3s Proof this exists]])

''Ready Player Fuck'' is a short satircal game based loosely on the novel ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', by Kate Barrett.

!!

* GainaxEnding: As expected. [[spoiler:]]
* OverlyLongGag: The game ends on one. [[spoiler:The Doctor just lists worlds upon worlds on where he'll take Zach and Wildstyle after passing the Jade Gate.]]
* StylisticSuck:
* TakeThat: The whole game exists to make fun of overly-referential people and stories that brag about their knowledge of pop-culture trivia.

Is this trivia?
* ActingForTwo: It's obvious every single character in the game is voiced by the same person.

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Does ''VideoGame/SneakKing'' have its own page?

[[folder:I Guess Not]]

[[Advertising/TheBurgerKing However...]]

Three video games were released for the Xbox: ''[=PocketBike=] Racer'', ''Sneak King'', and ''Big Bumpin[='=]''.

!! Tropes Seen in the Games

* LuckBasedMission: One particular mission in ''Sneak King'' has an astonishingly low clear chance that relies on the random number generator being perfect. [Credit: WebVideo/TheCompletionist]

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* [[ComicBook/Djinn]]

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# Es:[[note]]Nota[[/note]]
# Una:[[note]]Nota[[/note]]
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# Aaaaaaaaaa:[[note]]Nota[[/note]]
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# Esto:[[note]]En serio[[/note]]
# Es:[[note]]No[[/note]]
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** "Yog Sothoth take me now!" [[spoiler:SCP-682, during an unauthorized SCP-666½-J test.]]

[[{{FanFic/Drowning in Bittersweet Despair}} FanFic/Drowning in Bittersweet Despair]]

TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter, maybe.
** Jade. She's built up near the beginning as one of the four main characters playing the game, as she is part of the core group of the original human kids. Around her introduction, she serves as someone with a number of highly mysterious elements -- a gigantic high-tech house while the other three kids have a regular suburban home, a forest mansion, and an apartment; an abnormal, powerful pet dog; and her home is littered with things that seem to be tied with the game itself. Despite this, around the introduction of the trolls she saw a bit of a lack of focus. It gets especially bad in Act 6, where John, Rose, and Dave all get their own small storylines spent [[spoiler:over the three years to get to the post-scratch session]], Jade mostly sticks on the sidelines with whatever John is doing (and John often ends up heading to the "dreamscape" of sorts where plot-relevant things happen, due to the way dreaming in ''Homestuck'' works). Even after the three years pass, she spends most of the time [[spoiler:either asleep (and unlike John, she mostly just gave exposition on what happened in the post-retcon timeline) or brainwashed by the Condesce]].

I think the problem most people have isn't so much that ''Plus'' doesn't have that much content (although that is part of it), but that it adds content that many consider actually makes the game ''less'' fun to play. Namely, that enemies can now show up which are mainly just tanks and kind of pop up way too frequently, especially in the earlier levels.

[[folder:Prehistoric Earth Staff]]
!!Drew
Hired to acquire the animals of a prehistoric wildlife park. He travels to the past alongside several friends in order to bring extinct prehistoric creatures back to life.
* BadassBookworm: Knows all about the prehistoric creatures he's about to face and constantly tries to capture them. Most of the time, he succeeds.
* BelligerentSexualTension: With Cynthia (although neither party entirey necessarily recognizes it as such just yet).
* ControlFreak: After the Novum board started being more involved in management, he becomes this.
* DeadpanSnarker: Has his moments.
* {{Determinator}}: He will NOT allow any animal that could become extinct to be left behind. One of the arthropleura will vouch for him there (not hard to do considering he bronco rode it in the midst of a swamp fire). Granted, he will allow his friends the opportunity to go back to the present and save themselves when things get especially dangerous. Whether or not they take him up on this offer is their choice entirely.
* {{Expy}}: Think of him as a [[TimeTravel time-traveling]] [[Series/CrocodileHunter Steve Irwin]].
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Leon and Adrian.
* TheLeader: Takes on this role in every mission.
* OppositesAttract: With Cynthia (but unlike Leon and Jack, he takes a Hell of a lot longer to admit it).
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Granted, there are people with higher authority than him, but he is nevertheless a firm, but fair, and ultimately reasonable leader to the members of the rescue gang.

!!Kyle Taymor
The Head Keeper of the park. In charge of cleaning, feeding, and taking care of the resident animals. Consequently, he often suffers the shenanigans that happened in the park.
* AngryBlackMan: Although, typically, it's justified. Lampshaded in the following exchange from 'The New Rulers':
--> I've just had to round up a herd of giant reptiles. Black rage doesn't even begin to describe what I'm feeling at the moment.
* ButtMonkey: Usually on the receiving end of whatever bad things that the prehistoric creatures brought.
* DeadpanSnarker: One of the fic's most prodigious snarkers, along with Jack, Nikolai, Collete, and Leon.
* DrillSergeantNasty: Not exactly 'nasty' per se, but he does have his drill sergeant moments every now and then (particularly when involved in construction of new exhibits).
* {{Expy}}: A lot of his personality is based on John Luther.
* INeedAFreakingDrink: Says this word for word to Nikolai after the arrival of the pterygotus.
* OnlySaneMan: The one who usually complains to Drew whenever he's planning to bring back the dangerous creatures back to the park.
** Subverted in the first mission, as he was actually hoping for something large and dangerous to be the first target, and was more than a little annoyed that the target turned out to be the small and unexciting Haikouichthys instead.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Despite initial annoyance at the choice of main target for the first mission, he eventually comes around. He is also not at all swayed into showing leniency for Leon and Jack when they try to convince him to allow them to be let off the hook and avoid having to personally work as handlers for the dunkleosteus as a punishment.

!!Nikolai Koshkin
Head of security, and used to be a member of the Spetsnaz.
* BoringButPractical: Nikolai's viewpoint behind having the small and not entirely exciting Haikouichthys be the first target as opposed to something more dangerous (much to Kyle's consternation).
* DarkandTroubledPast: He does not like to talk about his past in the Spetsnaz.
* EmbarrassingNickname: Certainly views Kyle's nickname for him (Koli) as such.
* {{Expy}}: Based off a character from a Primeval Novel (and has a similar backstory to boot!).
* HiddenDepths: Despite his rather gruff outward exterior and demeanor, he is actually a pretty nice guy. Jack himself experiences these depths firsthand after the acquisition of the animals from the Carboniferous Period. [[spoiler:As of Phase Two, these are no longer hidden]].
** "Our Steps Will Always Rhyme" reveals he's an amateur poet.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Can be gruff and sometimes seem like a jerkass; but in the end, his heart is in the right place.
* PrecisionFStrike:
--> (After seeing Jack in the midst of a particularly nutty idea): Denham, what the bloody Hell are you doing?!
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Takes the time to (relatively) calmly explain to Drew and Jack the importance of using their communicators to warn the park staff (especially security) ahead of time when he greets them upon return in "The First Steps" after they end up sending an extra cameroceras and a small group of massive pterygotus through the time portal without warning.

!!Leon Gilbertson
One of the younger keepers of the park, a close friend of Drew's, and the park's resident animal expert.
* ADayInTheLimelight: He's the focus for the "back at the park" segments of "The First Steps".
* {{Asexuality}}: Firmly believed himself to be this, as did Drew and Adrian . . . until he met Yolanda.
* BadassBookworm: Has his moments (especially when he's able to face his fears, not to mention if Yolanda's life lies in the balance).
* BeastAndBeauty: While he doesn't fit the traditional (meaning physical) definition of the 'Beast', he nonetheless more than qualifies for this role alongside Yolanda's 'Beauty'.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Usually prefers not to fight. But he does not take kindly to insults to himself, or his friends. And if you do wrong to Yolanda Hall . . . God help you.
* BrainyBrunette: Brown hair? Check. Large amount of knowledge on animals? Check. Genius moments every now and then? Check.
* BreaktheHaughty: While downplayed in that he is nowhere as haughty and arrogant as most examples, his experiences in "Life in Transition" and "Alien Empire" are enough to humble him somewhat when it comes to working with Jack.
* BrutalHonesty: If he lived in the world from the Divergent Series, he'd be right at home in the Candor faction.
* ButtMonkey: One of the two main ones in this series (the other being Jack). He even lampshades this during the events of "Alien Empire."
-->(After he and Jack are forced into ending their stalling tactics by an annoyed keeper lowering the barrier in the dunkleosteus enclosure preventing the two fish from directly encountering each other) Leon: (to Jack) Why is it always us?
* CowardlyLion: Can get quite nervous in the appropriate circumstances (and sometimes not so appropriate circumstances), but can always be counted on to get the job done.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Was bullied in school for being autistic before he met and befriended Drew, Adrian, and Yolanda. It's why he snaps at Jack in "Life In Transition".
* DeadpanSnarker: Quite so.
* {{Determinator}}: Nervous as he can be, he's not one to give up easily.
* {{Deuteragonist}}
* DudeNotFunny: Does NOT share Jack's sense of humor.
* EnemyMine:
** While downplayed in that he and Alice are never enemies themselves, they both have a mutual dislike of Collete.
** The potential of a more traditional example occurring between him and [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Collete]] is something that a large number of Prehistoric Earth staff hopes to never be fulfilled.
* FireForgedFriends: With Jack (although admittedly, it's more of a fire forged vitriolic best buds kind of deal).
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Hopes to be this for all the animals at Prehistoric Earth. Due to needing time to get used to all the animals present and to come, as well as a noticeable wariness around some types of invertebrate, he has a lot of work to do to reach this point.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Adrian and Drew.
* HiddenDepths: He may seem solitary and difficult to get to know at times, but once you really get to know him and earn his trust, respect, and friendship, he's actually a decent enough guy in his own right.
* IDontLikeYouandYouDontLikeMe: He and Colette do NOT get along very well (much to Jack's despair).
* IJustWanttoHaveFriends: Felt this way for quite a while before he met Drew and Adrian. Still fears the possibility of someday returning to that state every now and then.
* InsufferableGenius: Collete certainly thinks so. Most others disagree.
** Jack seems to think of him as such in "Life in Transition."
* InsultBackfire: Epically so in the following exchange.
-->Collete: "Must you be so smart?"
-->Leon: "Flattery will get you nowhere."
* JerkassHasAPoint: While he could have been a little more patient with Jack, could have kept a better handle on his temper so as to pay better attention to the radar (not to mention that Jack had a pretty good point of his own), you can hardly blame him for feeling a little uncertain as to whether Jack was taking the mission at hand (at the time) seriously with his overly joking and seemingly carefree behavior. And furthermore, Jack could have also handled the subject with Yolanda a little more delicately as well.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After his ill timed confrontation with Jack almost gets Drew killed by a Dunkleosteus, he has to work with Jack yet again in handling the Dunkleosteus at the park the very next mission as punishment.
* LamePun: Mia's thoughts on his 'Apatoscorpio' joke.
* LargeHam: Gloriously so (when excited that is).
* LetUsNeverSpeakofThisAgain: He is very insistent that Drew NOT tell Yolanda about his unpleasant (and somewhat embarrassing) incident with the Megalograptus.
* TheLoad: Jack somewhat (and later flat out) accuses him of being this during an argument in "Life in Transition." And it's not hard to agree with him.
* ThisLooksLikeaJobForAquaman: Jack certainly believes this to be the case early on in the series where Leon's concerned (due to the only reasons he knows of at the time for Leon to have any reason to be hired are A: being Drew's friend and B: his valuable knowledge on the animals they catch).
* NiceGuy: When he lets his walls down, he's actually a perfectly decent guy in his own right.
* NotGoodWithRejection: Tends to struggle at times with his fear of being rejected by others (including by his own friends (as well as by Yolanda)) for being 'weird' and 'a freak' and of people only liking the 'normal person' they might want him to be rather than for who/what he already is. In fact, one of the biggest reasons it takes him so long to tell Yolanda how he feels about her is his fear of her rejecting him for a 'normal' and 'more attractive' neurotypical.
* OffscreenMomentofAwesome: He and Jack manage to somehow play cupid for the Dunkleosteus without major incident despite being unwittingly given an appropriate book on animal husbandry that's written in French and forced to Indy Ploy their way through.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Despite his autism and difficulties in life, he's usually able to always bounce back relatively easily. In the rare event that he fails to bounce back within a few days or hours . . . well to put it simply, something's seriously wrong. Doubly true in the rare event that he gets sad enough to cry.
* OppositesAttract: With Yolanda, full stop.
* PrecisionFStrike: In the rare event that he swears, it's always for damned good reason.
--> (When he and several of his peers learn the hard way of some particularly unpleasant news): "Oh Hell."
* RoarBeforeBeating: A rare human example (though his roars certainly do sound realistically enough like whatever animal he's imitating at the time), and only if angry enough. And he'll also roar DURING the beating as well.
* SarcasmBlind: To an extent.
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: The savvy guy to Yolanda's energetic girl.
* ShipTease: With Yolanda.
* SingleTargetSexuality: Yolanda is literally the only girl he shows even the TINIEST amount of romantic interest in. Romantically speaking, he just plain WON'T look any other girl's way.
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: Except for when swimming (and good thing for Yolanda to).
* NoSocialSkills: Being autistic, he's hardly the most socially adept.
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Ok, calling it fluent may be pushing it. But nonetheless, his imitations/impersonations of animal vocalizations are unnervingly realistic.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Sometimes feels this way around Jack. Feels this way even more so in regard to Collete.
** In the case of the former, this very trait comes back to bite both him and Jack hard when it almost costs Drew his life.
* TheSmartGuy: Knows virtually every animal, extinct or otherwise, backward and forward. This makes him an invaluable member of the park's staff.
* ThisisGonnaSuck: Shows spades of this.
** While he doesn't say anything after Drew asks him and Jack why they took so long to react during the Dunkleosteus crisis, his silence, combined with his running away after Jack's shaky excuse screams this trope.
--> (After learning of one of Jack's newest ideas): "This should be nothing short of a disaster."
--> (During a tense moment in another mission): (at Drew, and completely deadpan) "We are going to die."
* TookALevelInBadass: In "The First Steps"; just in time to save Yolanda's life too!
** May have happened again with his experiences with the Dunkleosteus in "Alien Empire."
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Jack.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: After an unpleasant experience with some Megalograptus in "Devils of The Deep", he becomes terrified of them and other scorpion-like animals. He eventually gets better (thanks in no small part to Yolanda and Mia).
* YouHaveGottobeKiddingMe: His overall reaction after learning of the mission to follow "Devils of the Deep."

!!Adrian Sky
One of the younger keepers of the park, and another close friend of Drew.
* AsianAndNerdy: Is of Malaysian descent, and has just the right intelligence level needed for a guy of his job description.
* EpicFail: See below.
* FailedASpotCheck: In "Life in Transition," he spends a respectable amount of time searching around a swampy area for large amphibians (such as the target species, Hynerpeton) and comes back empty handed. As Alice soon points out afterward, he didn't even try to look for them under the water.
* TheGenericGuy: Nathanoraptor's own thoughts about him.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Has a dynamic that very strongly shows shades of this with Leon and Drew.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Views Yolanda as the sister he never had. The feeling is mutual. Alice, much like Yolanda, also somewhat views him as this.
* PutOnABus: Got this treatment in "Devils of the Deep" and "The First Steps." Came roaring back in time to accompany Alice to Devonian Era Pennsylvania in "Life in Transition."
* SarcasmBlind: Strangely enough, even more so than Leon.
* ShipperOnDeck: Big time shipper of Leon and Yolanda, and is not above teasing them or making efforts at strengthening their bond into romantic territory.

!!Jack Denham
One of the younger keepers of the park.
* ADayInTheLimelight: Is the focus of the "back at the park" segments in "Passport To Hell".
* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Can't help but let out a brief laugh after hearing Leon's unexpected response to Collete's attempt at using his intelligence as a means to insult him.
* AmazonChaser: While far from the only reason he is attracted to her, the fact that Collete can certainly kick ass certainly helps.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: His older sister Alice sometimes views him as this.
* ButtMonkey: One of the two main ones in this series (the other being Leon).
* DeadpanSnarker: Has his moments.
* DistractedbytheSexy: Tends to happen to him every now and then when Collete's around.
* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: In "The First Steps":
-->"Oh great, we awoke Cthulhu!"
* DudeNotFunny: Sometimes ends up on the receiving end of this when he attempts one of his jokes around Leon.
* FireForgedFriends: Or more accurately, fire forged vitriolic best buds. With Leon.
* FriendVersusLover: Sometimes worries about the possibility of this occurring when he thinks about how Leon (his friend) and Collete (his object of affections) don't get along.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish sibling to Alice's responsible sibling.
* HiddenDepths: His inner thoughts in "Passport to Hell" reveal that he's actually quite a thoughtful person; he also manages to solve every problem the park had had in that story.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Is secretly very lonely.
* IndyPloy: A real master at 'pulling stuff out of your arse' plans. Collete learns a thing or two from him on that regard.
* InsufferableGenius: Pulls off such a moment at one point during "Life in Transition."
* JerkassHasAPoint: Whilst his TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Leon in "Life In Transition" is rather mean-spirited in tone, it's not hard to agree with his points. At this point, Leon hasn't done anything that Jack is aware of that is indicative of actually being competent
* LaserGuidedKarma: His punishment for almost getting Drew killed through ill timed antagonism against Leon? He not only has to personally handle the very creature that almost killed Drew, but ALSO has to work alongside Leon yet again.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The feminine boy to Collete's masculine girl.
* MoralityPet: Can be interpreted as equal parts this and equal parts love interest where Collete is concerned.
* MotorMouth
* {{Nepotism}}: He believes this is the reason Leon was hired; even saying it to his face in "Life In Transition".
* TheNicknamer: Calls the Pterygotus "Scorpio-zilla" and Drew "fearless leader".
* NotGoodWithRejection: Due to how desperately he wants to have friends, any rejections he receives to offers of friendship can hit him pretty hard.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Usually likes to joke around and tends to be very carefree. In the event that he sheds this behavior, it is not to be taken lightly.
* OppositesAttract: With Collete.
* PluckyComicRelief: He likes to think so. Alice and Leon say otherwise.
* ShipTease: Starts to get a tiny bit of this with Collete in "Passport to Hell".
* StepfordSmiler: Hinted in this exchange in The First Steps.
-->“Jokes are my coping mechanism, fearless leader. Make light of the humour in any situation and you’ll be OK."
** Confirmed by Alice in "Life In Transition".
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: With Leon several times, particularly in "Life In Transition". This comes back to bite him AND Leon HARD when it both almost gets Drew killed and leaves him forced to work with Leon again in handling the very fish that almost killed Drew.
* ThatCameOutWrong: Happens quite often (and to great hilarity) for him when around Colette.
* {{Tritagonist}}
* VitriolicBestBuds: Becomes a mixture of this, and fire-forged friends with Leon after their experiences with the dunkleosteus and "Life in Transition".
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: By the end of "The First Steps", he's become terrified of the Brontoscorpio.
* YouHaveGottobeKiddingMe: His reaction in "The First Steps" when he learns that his frightened efforts at feeding the Brontoscorpio only successfully fed 12 (out of 36) of the Brontoscorpio on display (much to Leon's amusement).

!!Alice Denham
One of the younger keepers and Jack's older sister.
* ActionGirl
* AllLoveIsUnrequited:
** Adrian at one point nurses a small crush on her. She doesn't reciprocate.
** Tragically so in the case of her friend Will Darrow.
* AloofDarkHairedGirl: Aside from a couple friends, she somewhat fits this trope (particularly in her life before work at Novum and Prehistoric Earth).
* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: As annoying as Jack can be in her point of view, he is still her brother, and she's always concerned when he's in trouble and relieved when he turns out to be alright.
* BigSisterInstinct: One of the contributing reasons to her own strong hatred of Collete.
* BrainyBrunette: Dark-haired, and pretty smart.
* EnemyMine: Downplayed in that they're already friends to begin with, but she and Leon have a mutual dislike of Collete.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The responsible sibling to Jack's foolish sibling.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Shows spades of this in her friendship with Yolanda.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Invoked in "Life in Transtion" after a narrow escape from a Hyneria. Adrian soundly defies this idea.
* TomboyandGirlyGirl: Something of a tomboy, especially compared to Yolanda's girly girl.
* TownGirls: The neither to Yolanda's femme and Collete's butch.

!!Linda Eberhart
The head-vet of the park. Tasked with treating the injured animals and looking after their health.
* ADayIntheLimeLight: Gets this treatment alongside Khatin in the "Back at the Park" segments of "Devil in the Deep Blue Sea."
* HospitalHottie
* KindlyVet
* ShipperOnDeck: Is quite approving of the idea of Yolanda and Leon being a couple, and is not above giving her a bit of friendly teasing on it every now and then (much like a mother would do).
* TeamMom: Especially in one episode where she had to nurse the baby ''Smilodon'' because his mother's milk has ran out. Also has a somewhat mother-daughter vibe between her and Yolanda.

!!Yolanda Hall
Linda's assistant in the Prehistoric Earth veterinary division, and a close friend of Leon, Adrian, and the Denhams. Is particularly close (in more ways than one) with Leon.
* BeastAndBeauty: The 'Beauty' to Leon's 'Beast'.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: As nice as she is, you NEVER want to see her angry.
* DistressedDamsel: At the end of "The First Steps".
* GenkiGirl
* GenerationXerox: As noted by Drew, she and Linda look startlingly alike to the point that it's hard to believe that they're not related.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: With her, truer words couldn't be stated.
* KindlyVet: Takes after Linda in that regard.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: She and Adrian view each other as the sibling they never had.
* NiceGirl
* OppositesAttract: With Leon.
* PutOnABus: Is put on bedrest to recover from a concussion obtained from her near death experience with the Brontoscorpio, thus leaving her out of the action during "Life in Transition." By the time "Alien Empire," she's recovered sufficiently enough to be out of bed and watching the Dunkleosteus from the safety of the underwater viewing area while Leon and Jack are put to work on handling them for the day.
* ShipTease: Has a couple of moments with Leon in "The First Steps"
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: While Leon's quirkiness and knowledge is what initially attracts Yolanda to him, his determination, passion, loyalty, bravery, and all the other traits of his that she discovers once he lets down his walls around her are what allow her to truly fall for him for real later on.
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: The Energetic Girl, to Leon's Savvy Guy.
* TownGirls: The femme to Collete's butch and Alice's neither.

!!Collete Dubois
A member of park security, and Nikolai's 'number two'.
* ActionGirl: Big time.
* DeadpanSnarker: Prodigiously.
* EnemyMine: To quote the following exchange:
-->Kyle: "I pity the fool stupid enough to make enemies out of both her AND Leon."
-->Nikolai: "Da, I can agree with you there. Let's hope such a person never exists."
* HiddenDepths: Has a sensitive and kind side that she's only comfortable with showing to Jack (and possibly Nikolai).
* IDontLikeYouAndYouDontLikeMe: Her dynamic with Leon practically RADIATES with this.
* InsultBackfire: Mostly averted when it comes to her interactions with Leon . . . with the exception of this one little gem:
-->Collete: "Must you be so smart?"
-->Leon: "Flattery will get you nowhere."
* JerkwithaHeartofGold: As much as she might act like a jerkass to multiple other characters, she has a hidden softer side that shows that her heart is ultimately in the right place.
* TheLancer: To Nikolai.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The masculine girl to Jack's feminine boy.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: If SHE'S terrified, you KNOW things are getting bad.
* OppositesAttract: With Jack.
* RuleofFunny: Her reasoning for speeding up some of the parts of her recording of Jack and Leon's work with the dunkleosteus. Whether or not that truly makes the matter funny in anyone else's mind is debatable.
* ShipTease: Gets a couple of moments with Jack in "Passport to Hell".
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Over time falls for Jack as a result of him being virtually the only one amongst the staff who sees past her walls and acts nice to her without being repelled by her behavior.
* SurroundedByIdiots: Feels this way a great deal of the time.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Sometimes has this feeling about working at the same establishment as Leon.
* TomboyandGirlyGirl: A tomboy to Yolanda's girly girl.
* TownGirls: The butch to Yolanda's femme and Alice's neither.
* {{Tsundere}}:
* WhiteHairBlackHeart: Leon tends to think this of her during his bad days. But while her hair IS platinum blonde, the black heart part is debatable.

!!Khatin Von Schorzberg
Chief of the Prehistoric Earth research division. Not the best at social skills, but more than makes up for it with his valuable knowledge and sheer brilliance.
* ADayIntheLimeLight: Gets this treatment alongside Linda during the 'Back at the Park' segments of "Devil and the Deep Blue Sea."
* CrazyEnoughtoWork: His ultimate plan to help Squishy the Anomalocaris properly recover can qualify as this from the right viewpoint.
* AFatherToHisMen: Somewhat shows this dynamic around his underlings in the research division.
* GodzillaThreshold: Arguably the case for his final plan on how to help Squishy properly recover.
* TheSmartGuy: Shows this in spades amongst the older staff members of the park.

!!Matthew "Matt" Thompson
One of Khatin's assistants in the research division. Is also a close friend of Alice Denham and fellow research assistant Will Darrow.
* BrainyBrunette: Dark haired, and has the just right intelligence level needed as a member of the Prehistoric Park research division.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Will and Alice.
* TheKnightsWhoSaySquee: LOVES working with synapsids.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Alice. To everyone else though . . .
* MistakenForRomance: Often mistaken for Alice's boyfriend. Tragically so in Will's case.

!!Will Darrow
One of Khatin's assistants in the research division alongside Matt. Another close friend of Alice Denham.
* DoggedNiceGuy: Of sorts.
* GreenEyedMonster: Can get surprisingly jealous of Matt where Alice is concerned. Unlike most examples, however, he doesn't let his jealousy corrupt him and ruin his friendships with them.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Matt and Alice, although he'd like very much to take a step further than that where Alice is concerned.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Like Adrian, he has a crush on Alice. Her not reciprocating, however, hits him much harder than it does Adrian.
* NotGoodWithRejection: To put it simply, he doesn't take it well when Alice ends up ultimately not returning his feelings for her.
* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: With Alice.

!! Marianne "Mia" Nelson
One of the younger keepers at Prehistoric Earth, and a friend of Yolanda's. Seems to be most comfortable with working with aquatic animals, and is almost always dressed in a wet suit. She also helps Yolanda teach Leon how to handle the sea scorpions and overcome his fear of them.
* AGirlAndHerX: Showcases something of the sort with the gigantic mother Pterygotus, Hedetet.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Everyone (including herself) calls her Mia.
* RapunzelHair: Has VERY long dark hair.
* UnwittingInstigatorofDoom: Not quite, but close. She accidentally gives Jack and Leon a book on animal husbandry for them to use in handling the Dunkleosteus written in French instead of English.
* WalkingSwimSuitScene: Is almost always dressed exclusively in her wet suit in every scene we see her.

!!Theodore Richardson
Owner of the Novum company, and responsible for the idea and creation of Prehistoric Earth. Responsible for hiring all the staff characters and for the invention of the time portal.
* BigGood
* BenevolentBoss
* CoolOldGuy
* EccentricMentor
* InsistentTerminology: Would much rather be on a first name basis with his employees (or at least with Drew) then to have them call him Mr. Richardson.
* MissionControl: Responsible for choosing and deciding upon missions for the rescue team.
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[[folder:Animals]]
!!Gideon
The park's male ''Stegosaurus''
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* BewareMyStingerTail: His tail spikes, which he uses as his main weapon.
* GentleGiant: Normally. Piss him off, however...
* InterspeciesFriendship: Bond with Drew aside, he develops one with Abrams, the male Ankylosaurus. [[spoiler:They both fight off Matilda together in the conclusion of the Shutdown]].
* RealityEnsues: Even if you're a human he trusts, he will still react badly if you attempt to ride him. A drunk found this out the hard way.
* StockDinosaurs: He's one of ''the'' stock dinosaurs.

!!Arlo
The park's male ''Stegosaurus''
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* BewareTheNiceOnes
* BadassInDistress: Is on the verge of death when he's rescued.
* BigDamnHeroes: Fights off a ''Torvosaurus'', saving Linda's life in the process.
* CowardlyLion: For a gigantic sauropod, he's pretty skittish. He gets over this in the Shutdown.
* GentleGiant
* LastOfHisKind: WordOfGod is that he was the very last ''Acrocanthosaurus'' in existence when the team rescued him, as they were supposed to have disappeared several million years before the mission he's rescued in took place.
* MeaningfulName:
* OddFriendship: With Vera. Vera is noted to be a girl who loves nature and cute animals, yet Finn is a giant carnivorous dinosaur who tried to eat her.
** The issues she'd have with Finn attempting to eat her are mitigated by the fact that said attempt amounted to taking one step forward before collapsing from exhaustion.
* RealityEnsues:
* When the team first rescues hi, he's practically on death's door and tires very quickly.
* Even if he trusts Vera, he still won't let her touch him.

!!Terence
The park's juvenile male ''Tyrannosaurus''.
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* AdaptationExpansion: Gets more scenes in this story, to the point he eclipses Matilda in number of appearances.
* GentleGiant: He's this, surprisingly for a T-rex.
* HiddenDepths: Is a surprisingly good swimmer and likes seafood (specifically, sharks and turtles). WordOfGod is that this is based off of something he read on Website/DeviantArt, noting how there were plenty of giant fish and turtles in the rivers that occupied ''T. rex's'' home range, and it would be very unlikely for a carnivore to ignore such a large amount of food.
* StockAnimalDiet: {{Defied}}: among the things Terence is shown eating are ''turtles'', as well as a dead shark.
* StockDinosaurs: ''The'' stock dinosaur.
* TyrannosaurusRex


!!Diego
The park's male ''Smilodon fatalis''.
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* BadassInDistress
* PantheraAwesome: He's a Smilodon. This comes with the territory.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: Due to Nigel and Saba splitting off, they are able to save both Sabrina ''and'' her remaining cub.
* StockDinosaurs: PlayedWith: While ''Smilodon'' is a stock genus, Sabrina is a member of the larger species ''S. populator'', rather than the more famous ''S. fatalis''.

!!Martha
The park's Wooly mammoth.
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* FishOutOfWater: {{Averted}} this time around, as the park has an actual tundra region in it. The narration notes how strange it is that a tropical island has a tundra on it.
* HonoraryAunt: To the park's elephant calf.
* LastOfHerKind: The only Wooly Mammoth left, as Nigel didn't rescue any others during his mission to Ice Agee Europe and Siberia.

!!Cave Hyenas
The park's pack of cave hyenas (tropes that apply to all of them).
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* ActionGirl: Shenzi, Nne, Cheezi and Jasiri. It's notable that the Action Girls are in charge.
* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Downplayed. While they act like dogs at times and Alice's work with them means that they no longer go into SuperPersistentPredator mode around all humans, Alice desperately tries to stress that even she can't "control" the cave hyenas - she's developed a bond with them, but that doesn't mean they will act tame and obedient around other humans. They "respect" her, but she continues to respect that they could easily rip out her throat if she's not careful around them.
* AerithAndBob: Ed; all the other hyenas have Swahili derived names.
* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: They all appear to understand everything the people around them say.
* BerserkButton: Hurting any of their pack members, hyena ''and'' human alike, will result in them trying to rip you apart.
* BigDamnHeroes: In the Crisis, they help the dire wolves fight off the female T.dominus.
* EvilDetectingDog: Several times.
* HeinousHyena: Averted; they're portrayed as entirely heroic.
* HairTriggerTemper: Their Aggression Index is "Very High". Multiple instances show Owen's the only thing they listen to, and without his input they will attack people at once.
* ItCanThink: Owen makes it abundantly clear that the sisters are hyper-intelligent and will find ways to manipulate a situation to their own advantage. They work incredibly well as a SiblingTeam, follow numerous commands when prompted, coordinate surprise attacks on their enemies, and appear to understand that Owen is a devoted caretaker and alpha who won't hurt them. All the while, Hoskins continues to believe that they're little more than dumb animals who can be trained by anyone, even though Owen is clearly the ''only'' person they give two craps about.
* ReformedButNotTamed: Alice makes it clear that despite success in training them, they're still hostile, aggressive, and liable to turn on their handlers (basically pretty much any non-Alice person).
* SiblingYinYang: The younger members have this (as well as Cousin Yin Yang).
** Janja and Jasiri: A straightforward RedOniBlueOni pair; Janja is far more hot-heated and belingerent than the calm, collected Jasiri.
** Cheezi and Chungu: Cheexi is far more happy-go-lucky and excitable than her calm brother.
** Janja and Chungu: Janja is the most hot-headed and belligerent of the cave hyenas, whilst Chungu is far more submissive.
** Cheezi and Jasiri:
* SeldomSeenSpecies: Cave hyenas are rare in fiction.
* ThemeNaming: The raptors have military-esque names (which makes sense considering Owen's military background), though "Blue" is the OddNameOut.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Alice.
* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Averted.

!!Shenzi
Alpha of the park's cave hyena pack.
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* AntiHero: Well, she ''is'' a cave hyena. However, her loyalty to Alice is absolute.
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: Pack alpha and, even on her bad days, could take on pretty much all of them.
* BeserkButton: Harm any of her pack members and she will rip you to pieces.
* BadassInCharge: She's not the alpha for nothing.
* BackToBackBadasses: [[spoiler: With Nero in the Crisis.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: She pulls this,when [[spoiler:Nero is nearly killed by the T. dominus]].
* CombatAndSupport: In her team-up [[spoiler: with Nero to bring down the female T. dominus, Shenzi acts as the Combat by dealing hard blows on the T. dominus while Nero distracts it from fighting properly.]]
* {{Determinator}}
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:When she turns on the ''I. rex'', the monstrosity responds by clawing her and sending her flying into a concrete pillar. As she slumps to the floor, she isn't moving, leading a lot of audience to think she'd been killed. This is not the case, thankfully.]]
* EnemyMine: Teams up with [[spoiler: Nero]] to stop the female ''T. dominus.''
* HeinousHyena: Averted.
* IronicName: Her name means "Vicious/Evil" in Swahilli; she's portrayed as entirely sympathetic.
* TheLeader: Her position as pack alpha designates her as this whenever Owen isn't around. Shenzi fits all four flavors of the trope, being headstrong, level-headed, charismatic, and quite the mastermind.
* MamaBear: Towards her pack and Alice. Harm them at your peril.
* RevengeBeforeReason: Becomes enraged when [[spoiler: her pack members are harmed.]] Whereas any thing with common sense, be it animal or human, would flee in terror from the ''T. dominus'', [[spoiler: Shenzi instead charges straight at one.]]

!!Zhao
One of the park's ''Microraptor''
----
* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: {{Downplayed}}: She's got iridescent black feathers.
* ExtremeOmnivore: {{Downplayed}} example: Zhao is briefly shown eating clay. Living birds (such as macaws) also do this, and Zhao only manages to find the clay because she was following the macaw that she share's Nigel's den with.
* FeatheredFiend: {{Subverted}}: she's fully feathered, but isn't a danger to anyone bigger than she is.


!!Phil
The park's male ''Phorusrhacos''.
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* FeatheredFiend: {{Downplayed}}: While he is a giant carnivorous bird, he's rather tame, and is more of a nuisance than a threat to the staff.

!!Ben
The park's ''Arthropleura''.
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* BigCreepyCrawlies: The largest arthropod to ever walk on Earth. However, he's so large that he has lost his creepiness factor. It also helps that he prefers not to sneak up on people.
* CreepyCentipedes: {{Averted}}, see above. Additionally, he's a ''milli''pede, not a ''centi''pede.
* GildedCage: His exhibit unintentionally amounts to this: while its very large and has plenty of food, due to his method of breathing, he can't actually leave it.

!!Diane
The park's female ''Deinosuchus''.
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* BoringButPractical: Noted in her focus chapter of ''Inside Their World'': Crocodiles have been around for so long because their bodies are the most efficiently built for surviving as riparian ambush predators. As a side effect, while most animals need a little while to adapt to the park, she does so almost instantly.
* NeverSmileAtACrocodile

!!Bistahi
A male ''Bistahieversor.''
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* OddFriendship: With Terence.
* SeldomSeenSpecies: ''Bistahieversor'' is not one of the most well known tyrannosaurs.
* TyrannosaurusRex: He's a close cousin.

!!Bathos
A male ''Bathornis fricki.''
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* FeatheredFiend: He's a giant, flightless, carnivorous bird. IT comes with the territory. However, he isn't pointlessly aggressive.
* SeldomSeenSpecies: Bathornids have ''never'' been portrayed in fiction before, as their role is usually filled by terror birds. Though, it is likely the two are related.

!!Finn
A male ''Acrocanthosaurus''.
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: His back is bright blue.
* BadassInDistress: Is on the verge of dying due to starvation when he's rescued.
* LastOfHisKind: WordOfGod is that he was the very last ''Acrocanthosaurus'' in existence when the team rescued him, as they were supposed to have disappeared several million years before the mission he's rescued in took place.
* MeaningfulName: ''Acrocanthosaurus'' is unique among carnosaurs for having large vertebral spines, which could have supported a sail/fin when the animal was alive. Alternatively, they could have supported a hump.
* OddFriendship: With Vera. Vera is noted to be a girl who loves nature and cute animals, yet Finn is a giant carnivorous dinosaur who tried to eat her.
** The issues she'd have with Finn attempting to eat her are mitigated by the fact that said attempt amounted to taking one step forward before collapsing from exhaustion.
* RealityEnsues:
* When the team first rescues hi, he's practically on death's door and tires very quickly.
* Even if he trusts Vera, he still won't let her touch him.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:EI EI O]]

(''Emazh In'', just some story idea in progress. ''Emazh In'' -> EI -> bad EIEIO joke.)

Actually, it's kind of a critique.

Some of Ninthee's dialogue and even diction mirrors the obsessive side of the fandom that basically tries to force everyone to like it and control how they play, while simultaneously trying to make the player consider if it's ''really'' a good idea to go out of one's way to "help out" everyone. It's made pretty obvious that by being nice to Ninthee, you're not changing her at all. You're not "showing her the way of nonviolence," because she already believes in "fighting" purely through mental manipulation. Ninthee is not someone to try to outsmart or ''certainly'' not fix alone, as she'll always be nine steps ahead of Dan, Liz, and Olivia. While the story suggests that she's not ''completely'' beyond saving, it's also blunt in that it sure as hell won't be by some nervous almost-shut-ins who just make gears and wrenches for a living. She's a dangerous, clingy psycho-stalker that's been technically obsessing over the humans for over three thousand years (time is "slower" from the POV of the Emazh world, due to how Kristie set up the Fountain computer-system). She's considered "but please, try not to force them to stay with you" before. She's considered it literally millions of times. She's considered everything a number of times. The best way to "win" against her game is to just not play it.

''But at the same time,'' the game encourages looking in to whichever Charge catches your fancy: ignore all of them, and the game gets more difficult. Go out of your way to befriend them all ''in the same run'', and you're in a tedious, slow path where you're staying with some deliberately kinda not-that-likeable Emazhes. Izjjen will hate your guts if you admit that you side with Ninthee, leading to the hardest boss in the game if you take up her offer to Challenge her. There is only one character that you can actually kill (Lhaurfreeze), it's treated as a bad thing, and it has nothing to do with the choice of killing versus talking to her; she specifically corners you in to a situation where either you die or her, and that's as punishment for something else: treating Lhaurfreeze like some little moe puppy that must be shielded from criticism, like how Lhaurflame acts. Lhaurfreeze is an idiot, and you kinda have to make that blunt. She believes her death would be the best way to stop Fatephinal from doing something stupid, because she's been treated most of the time as that kind of woobie-type. By basically treating her like an adult/equal and ignoring Lhaurflame's disproportionate threats, you're snapping her out of that idea that literally everyone sees her that way.

(Ninthee's catchphrase, "(Heaven or Hell,) There is no third option," is also a blatant black and white viewpoint )

[[/folder]]

FanFic/UltimateDanganRonpaSupernovaAtSea

* AbortedArc: The Arknverse contains a number of these -- many of which are the result of [[TroubledProduction the revolving door of creators departing and returning to the franchise and various series going on hiatus]].
** In the start of Act III of ''No More Truths'', there's a scene in the Elysian marketplace where Theater Mask trades with an Entraphic [[note]]a being from a race of traders[[/note]] for a Brosalvik orb. It's stated that the orb is an item of great power, and very difficult to obtain; Delphar is awe-struck when he sees it, and we get the definite impression that it will come into play later in the story. However, the orb vanishes after that chapter. (It's possible that Theater Mask uses it to generate the force field that protects Cedric and Delphar from [[spoiler:the Entropy machine explosion]]. However, there is nothing in the text that indicates this.)
** It's not the first time a Brosalvik orb is introduced to no end: in Season 3 of ''Michael's Camera'' (“A brief interlude before I literally go to hell”), Michaelis reveals that he has Redgrave’s orb -- which contains the soul of an unknown Dekn -- in his possession. Since this comes on the heels of “The war with no sides” (which revealed that Michael’s doll, Dale, contained a fragment of Malek), it gives the distinct impression that the orb holds a being of great power and significance who will play a crucial role in future events. Unfortunately, the orb is never seen or spoken of again.
*** In that same episode, Michaelis acquires the Carver’s Key to the Infinitium. After deciding to keep the Key for himself, he makes one (failed) attempt to use it...and then seemingly forgets that he even has it. Ellpagg later instructs Michaelis to get in contact with Raphael and Cedric Kharon and find a way into the Infinitium -- presumably using the Key. Unfortunately, thanks to the cancellation of both ''Solar's Crimson'' and ''[=MedBoy789=]'', neither plot point was ever resolved.
*** The Key does, however, appear in ''Legacy'' as one of the relics in the Alunerium that survived from the "old universe" (described as [[https://malachi-x.tumblr.com/post/165034065034/stealing-the-core-the-story-of-my-heist-with "Azrael's timepiece"]]).
** In the second half of Season 3 of ''Michael's Camera'', Michaelis stays in .Reality on a mission to assassinate the Persopheleums -- starting with Crow. It's already been established that he has a grudge against the Persopheleums (particularly Redgrave) due to their power over the Infernous and humanity and how they [[http://deathlylogic.tumblr.com/post/136945224060/almost-arkn-mythos-short-story wield it]], so his wanting to kill them makes perfect sense. He stumbles around for several episodes trying to find Crow before Crow catches him by surprise, kills him with a BackStab, and sends him to the Infernous. By the time he gets out (several episodes later), the assassination plot is completely forgotten in lieu of the Carver's threat of mass destruction.
** In "Not that great of a situation" (MC), Michaelis mentions that Ellpagg was working with someone named Percipia on a top-secret project (Project Alpha) to kick-start the “Archdekn". Apparently, the details behind that particular subplot were set to be revealed in either ''The Guarded Ones'' or ''The Knight Shift: End Times'' -- neither of which materialized.
*** Later in that same episode, Ellpagg says he needs to "go guard a whiny bitch" in .Reality: yet another teaser for [=TGO=] that never came to fruition.
** Season 3 of [=ACryFromWinter=] introduces a group of powerful beings known as the Associates (who were also a crucial part of the plot of ''13rkingwond3rlandvlog''), who claim they are hunting for James, whom they believe has a connection to the Hethian Scrolls of Creation. Due to Season 3 being CutShort, nothing ever comes of it; in "Reality Runs Red Pt. 2", [[spoiler: Uriel reveals that he's been in the Infernous since his last awakening and "ollies out" of his prison -- this time for good]]. When the story resumes in ''Wayward_Winter'', the plot with the Associates is forgotten and relegated to an Infernous "illusion"...raising the question of how many of the events of ''13rkingwond3rlandvlog'' hold true in .Reality. (The Associates are mentioned in ''The Lost Chronicles of R.G.L.'' and appear briefly in other media, however, suggesting that they are, in fact, real.)
** In “Of Fire and Ice” (''Wayward_Winter''), Seraphina tells Alex that he will need to get stronger and “further along” before his convergence with Uriel, and gives him a journal (which she claims has "information" that he needs). When Alex returns to his own plane of existence, he's possessed by Malek, who talks to Alastair about the upcoming Arkn Civil War. The following episode is one of Sarah's personal vlog entries; when the story resumes and shifts back to Alex (on the original ACFW channel), Alex is back in his own timeline and possessed by Uriel. There's no further mention of preparing for convergence (and, due to the series being CutShort, any plans for the plot being resolved in the future never came to fruition).
** Speaking of Elizabeth, during Season 1 of ''Solar’s Crimson'', Michaelis discovers that Elizabeth and his former human boyfriend, Mark, are both still alive in his current timeline; he mentions wanting to get in contact with them (on several occasions), and it seems that he's on track to do so (due to the fact that he's beginning to reconnect with his former human life). As the season winds on, however, it's completely forgotten. (The subplot was apparently bumped back to Season 2, which never happened.)
** In chapter 9 of ''Arknthology Stories'' (version 1), Gabriel [[http://deathlylogic.tumblr.com/post/153219188750/9 has a vision]] of the Hethe Garsha, who speaks of "Deebo's war. Orchestrated from the very beginning of all that is, a war meant to tear everything apart”, and informs Raziel that he will be the one to start it. Presumably, this refers to [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Raziel's planned death]] at the end of the Arkn Civil War (which would lead into the Battle of the Arknza); in-universe, however, nothing comes of it.
** In "An Obligated Ascent" ([=MedBoy789=], Abaddon uses Toby's vessel to contact Drakulah and ask him to be his second-in-command. The two plan to have all humans with Guardian Arkn contact their Guardians, so that they can regroup and begin rebuilding their kingdom. While there are many episodes following this, neither Abaddon nor Drakulah ever appear again, and the plot is seemingly forgotten. In ''The Golden Queen'', it's revealed that Delphar has built the city of New Elysium, where he rules over the surviving Arkn.
* ActionGirl: Seraphina, Ambriel, and Phobos all qualify as this.
* AIIsACrapshoot: .Reality generally functions as intended. However, the timelines are ''incredibly'' fragile; the slightest hint of invasion causes glitches, crashes, and resets. The beings spawned to ''combat'' those glitches are prone to glitching themselves and attacking humans -- as are the beings that weave the fabric of the program.
** Played straight with Project Entropy. The Entropy machine was created as a duplicate of .Reality for the Arkn to live in, separating them from the Dekn once and for all. However, the program's engineers were forced to activate it before it could be completed; [[spoiler: in its unfinished state, Entropy connected to the existing .Reality and overloaded the system, causing a shutdown. Entropy interpreted this as an "error" and attempted to fix it — resulting in an cataclysmic anomaly called a Red Nova that caused the fabric of the entire universe to splinter into ragged fragments. The engineers reprogrammed the system (now renamed "Voidweb") to repair the damage it had caused by "reconnecting" the separated fragments of the universe. The end result? A cybernetic BlobMonster that "connects" all living things by [[TheAssimilator assimilating]] them into a HiveMind.]]

* AlienGeometries: The Infernous (especially as seen in ''WebVideo/TheKnightShift'') is a pretty good example. In the upstairs hallway, for example, every door just leads out of the door at the end of the hallway, and when that door is sealed, [[spoiler: they lead outside]].
* AllThereInTheManual: Subverted: the official wiki reveals many facts about the characters, some of which are unstated; unfortunately, many of the pages were written based on the information that was available at that time, and were infrequently updated (resulting in much of the info being incomplete, outdated, or just plain wrong).
* AlternateSelf: All of the human characters have countless variations of themselves existing throughout .Reality. [[{{Understatement}} A few]] of them have been introduced.
** The Alex Winter followed at the start of ACFW represents Timeline A Alex: a patient of Dr. Ellis, and a survivor of the Winter Family Massacre. The Alex Winter of Timeline B was responsible for the Winter Family Massacre at age 7, and is incarcerated and on Death Row. Timeline B.2 Alex is an internet reviewer who uncovers a few things involving the Arkn and Lurkers. [[spoiler: In the episode "The Court of 3 Kings", it's revealed that all the Alexes we've met were really Uriel, living out the lives of some of his human counterparts in the Infernous as part of his punishment. (However, versions of all of these individuals do apparently exist within .Reality, with Alex A being the "Alex Prime", i.e. the one with whom Uriel eventually merges.)]]
*** The vlog ''[=Starving4Truth=]'' introduces us to yet another version of Alex Winter -- this one a {{Sociopath}} who calls himself "Tony", and was acquitted of murdering his family (but hinted to actually be responsible for their deaths, due to DemonicPossession).
*** Another short-lived vlog from the Mirrorverse, ''awalkinthepark'', involves yet another version of Alex who investigates the New Age religion of "Arknism" — only to get tangled up in the crimes of The Hooks Killer.
*** Every version of Alex qualifies as an Alternate Self of King Uriel: he's .Reality's "interpretation" of Uriel as a data form human, (generated when the Arkn King threw himself into one of the .Reality engines).
** Given that the original humans were directly patterned after specific Arkn (and that the same applies to the recreations of those humans who exist in .Reality), ''all'' humans are technically alternate versions of Arkn (hence why the Debigrath Effect[[note]]a "glitch" of .Reality that causes an incoming entity or object entering a new timeline to replace its counterpart -- often instantaneously[[/note]] applies to Arkn).
** Season 1 of ''Michael's Camera'' opens with Michael Knight having recently shifted into an offshoot of Timeline A (via .relapse), replacing a version of himself who was under house arrest and having trouble with Lurkers [[spoiler: (and is implied to have been killed by a Lurker or Sethe)]]. Unfortunately, Michael doesn't know how to deal with Lurkers any better than his predecessor, and his next encounter ends with the timeline crashing and resetting.
** Season 2 opens with an alternate version of Michael, who seems to be experiencing the same things Michael Knight went through early in Season 1...right before [[spoiler: Michael Knight replaces him via the Debigrath Effect]].
*** While .Hopping (see below), Michael Knight also replaces several alternate versions of himself. In most cases, his "other self" is simply wearing a different tee-shirt (or ''no'' shirt, in the case of one Michael). However, he briefly ends up holed up in one timeline where he and Alex Winter are siblings. Michaelis later confirms that in several timelines, Michael and Alex Winter are brothers -- and that in most of those timelines (including his own), they have a sister named Elizabeth. When Michaelis first enters Michael Knight's timeline, he's surprised to find that his human brother is still alive [[spoiler: (not to mention overwhelmed after hearing Alex's voice on the phone)]].
** Michaelis himself is a special "fake" version of Michael Knight. He was created by a glitch in .Reality, caused by King Uriel throwing himself into the .Reality core.
*** While trapped in a "house" in Humanity's Infernous, Azrael meets several deceased Michaels from various timelines: "Tour Guide Michael" (who shows Azrael around their "cell") is a pedophile who dresses in a white turtleneck and sunglasses; [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Spooky Michael"]] is a silent, sinister figure in a rabbit mask who steals milk from the refrigerator; two other versions of Michael also appear briefly -- one sitting on the toilet (dressed in a tacky polyester shirt), and another in the garage who wears blood-splattered clothes and wields a baseball bat. (As it turns out, The Carver was killing various versions of Michael to [[spoiler: try to find the most powerful one]].)
** In an interesting variation, Tobit and Tobias Kestler are twin brothers born in different timelines.[[note]](The Kestlers jumped timelines, somehow producing a version of the same son within each.)[[/note]] Tobit went on to fuse with Raphael and become an Arknza, while Tobias is a human prophet.
*** [=MedBoy456=] introduces us to yet another version of Toby Kestler who happens to be the Guarded Human of the mad Arkn Gynesis. (This later becomes a minor plot point in Season 2 of [=MedBoy789=]: Raphael discovers that someone is killing off alternate versions of Tobias, and immediately suspects that it's one of Toby's duplicates -- and that Gynesis is the culprit, due to his connection with Cain. The guilty party is later revealed to be [[spoiler: Elias Exodus]].)

* Dragons:
** ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'':
*** Professor Dove is this to [=.GIFfany=]. She is the final professor to make an appearance [[spoiler:unless one counts Eve or the next-gens]] but is constantly talked up as a major threat and a huge asshole at that. Most of the professors range from FriendlyEnemy to being outright helpful, with only a few of them being fully hostile and threatening. Dove, on the other hand, loyally serves [=.GIFfany=] as her right-hand woman, enforcer, and is the final copy faced before the rush to [=.GIFfany=] herself. [[spoiler:Ultimately subverted: tby the time Dove ''actually'' shows up, it was just after [=.GIFfany=] "called off" her plan to attack the world. [=.GIFfany=] is still the main villain, but her and Dove's agendas completely break apart.]] While she's unseen by the Pines for the bulk of the story, Dove is constantly spying on the group and in two cases (Sonia and Shannon's domains) her army jumps in to do something.
*** For the endgame, [[spoiler:Professor Courtlyn of the Second Generation copies becomes this to [=.GIFfany=], as she is Dove's explicit replacement, the final one of the Second Gens faced, and takes Dove's job of being the "legal expert."]]
*** The whole plot of this kicked off because Gideon ''wanted'' to have [=.GIFfany=] as his Dragon once he actually found out that his "revival spell" didn't just bring a useless disc with a soul. It backfires horribly. [[spoiler:Gideon ends up taking the job of Dove's Dragon, against [=.GIFfany=]'s wishes. Once Dove's fired, Gideon has no idea what to do, so he sneaks up on Dipper and Mabel to try to attack them towards the end of the story... but by that point, he's absolutely exhausted and just goes down when Dipper kind of tells him to stop.]]
** The Envy Devil to the Pride Devil in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. She and her brother (the Wrath Devil) are the final members of the Inner Evil Demons faced, but she's the brains actually pulling him around,
** Sakura to "Naruto" in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', as the first person he brainwashed, his top enforcer, and inexplicably being extremely powerful. Naruto actually doesn't like this: as he's a deliberate parody of overpowering fan fics that have heavy amounts of bashing, he's a "Sakura basher" who thinks of her as "useless," yet as the people he brainwashed are ''smarter'' than him, Sakura constantly takes action against his commands and ends up being the big patroller of Konoha. [[spoiler:It's implied that Naruto's sheer disrespect towards her in ''all'' the ways he does is thrown back at him with karma, given that every character who kicks his ass (except Nepeta, but Nepeta "survived" him rather than actually flat-out counter fights him) has pink hair just like Sakura.]]
** ''Emazh In'' initially presents Ninthee as the BigBad, and to some extent that applies as she ''is'' the reason Dan is stuck in the Emazh world in the first place, but it's later revealed that she and Lilith are CoDragons to Fatephinal. Noteably, even after Ninthee is faced at the end of the First Saga, she still stays relevant to the story, while Lilith somewhat becomes DemotedToExtra after the Second Saga, and even Fatephinal drops in relevance a bit after she's beaten in the Third Saga and the story shifts focus on finding Kristie for the Last Arc.
** Gary to Kevin in ''Dragon Butt''. As all the antagonists are literal dragons, this would notably be a literal case, but it's kind of hampered by how, again, ''all'' the villains are dragons. Drabarian, the half-dragon, half-Buttbarian, wants to be this too, but he's really just a pathetic wannabe assassin.

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Do you really want something that feels really redundant and off compared to what's revealed in canon, in some cases what was already revealed, and ultimately the result of me rushing through something I've been less interested in writing? If I did do ''Desert City'' around that time before the Homeworld stuff, I probably would have just remade it from the ground up. And that includes changing the name -- Desert Amethyst wouldn't be Peridot "but the Desertverse kind of Peridot, which in that world are pretty much more like Quartzes build-wise" or something like that. That just sounds needlessly confusing for the sake of a grandfather clause.

And I'm sure the story formerly known as ''...I Thought Those Were the Ingredients'' would come off as "did you even watch the original show?"-levels of bad compared to how ''Steven Universe'' had been developed since then if I did not make any changes to the plot since the first time I came up with it, with features in hindsight coming off as extremely unusual like the Gems freely being able to go in to space, or Steven's overpowered "Mindscape" thing that was ultimately scrapped. Plus, I already ended up using the "a number of characters who aren't exactly ''all'' a 'group' together end up getting powerful elemental swords one-by-one by searching through ancient temples in the corners of the planet" plot element in ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' without really realizing it: I forgot about that plan in ITTWTI by the time I came up with the six temples and the Keeper Blades.
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Xyzabd %%(Writing this so i can find it later)

'''LOST SMILE AND STRANGE CIRCUS'''

'''''{{VideoGame/Lost Smile And Strange Circus}}''''' is a MobilePhoneGame released in 2017 by SEEC inc. The game follows a young girl called Noah, an orphan, who has been surrounded by misery all her life due to her not being able to smile. She eventually runs away from her orphanage, but just when she thinks she’s free some strange men try to attack her. Thankfully a mysterious man called Oddman comes to her rescue and takes her into the ‘darkness’ where he is the master of a circus of other wayward souls.

%%Hey. I think the next paragraph has way too much information, but I'm not sure how to shorten it. IF anybody has any ideas, please edit it.
The gameplay consists of tapping on the screen in order to atract 'Audiences' (little black creatures whose purpose [[BlindIdiotTranslation is not made quite clear]]), wich you can later use to buy pictures, lamps, boosters, and all sorts of things. You can also unlock more performers using this audiences, wich will increase the amount of audiences you can automatically produce, and invite audiences to each performer's stage, wich will also increase the number of audiences you automatically produce. Over time different circus members will appear on the 'main' screen (where you tap the lamp) once you've unlocked them. The first time you click on them you'll obtain a picture (necessary in order to complete the game), and next time they appear you'll be able to watch 'TV' (an ad) in order to get a scarlet stone. Once you have all pictures from all members (not including the member notes) you willl reach the ending. There's also the 'Flower of Chera', a place where you feed audiences who 'have fulfilled their purpose in life' to a flower as fertilizer, wich will unlock 'something special'.

The game is fairly short, and with enough patience can be finished in one day. It can be found on the [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.seec.sim.girlandcircus.en Google Play Store for Android.]] [[labelnote: minor note]] As it is an in-house translation, the game can be confusing at times due to things not being translated well from english, but overall it is still understandable. [[/labelnote]]
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'''Bellow, the tropes:'''
* [[spoiler: BadPowersGoodPeople: The Oddman is tasked with 'taking away' people who wander into the darkness, however, he is far from being evil.]]
* BlindIdiotTranslation: The game suffers from this in certain parts, as it is an in house translation from japanese, resulting in making it more confusing than it should be. However, it's still readable and understandable for the most part.
* CartoonJuggling: On Jack's sprite, of the arc variety.
* CircusOfFear: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. The circus is creepy but definitively ''not'' evil.
* DarkIsNotEvil: The circus has a pretty sinister and creepy vibe to it, but none of it's members is a villain.
* TheFreakshow: The circus the Oddman directs haves some shades of this, although it seems to operate more like a normal circus.
* MobilePhoneGame
* NonHumanHead: Several of the characters have this, including:
** Jack, who has a box head
** Billy, with a cat head
** Rebecca, whose head seems to be some kind of dessert on a cup
** Alphonse, who has a sheep head.
** and Oscar, who has what seems to be a tv for a face
* RecurringDreams: Noah has one where there is a woman with a baby. The woman is singing a lullaby, when suddenly a dark man comes and kidnaps her, leaving the baby all alone.
** [[spoiler: FlashbackNightmare: Turns out her dreams have some truth to them, and this is how Oddman met her mother, Chera.]]
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!!Characters:
[[folder: Main Characters]]
!!Noah
* EmotionlessGirl: Noah, due to her not being to smile or show her emotions properly.
* GenderBlenderName: Noah.
* RecurringDreams: Noah has one where there is a woman with a baby. The woman is singing a lullaby, when suddenly a dark man comes and kidnaps her, leaving the baby all alone.
** [[spoiler: FlashbackNightmare: Turns out her dreams have some truth to them, and this is how Oddman met her mother, Chera.]]
!!The Oddman
* CoatHatMask: Oddman. He uses a PlagueDoctor's mask, too.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: The Oddman's real name (if he actually ''has'' any) is unknown.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Subverted. The Oddman isn't evil.
[[/folder]]
[[folder: Performers]]
!!Jack
* {{Adorkable}}: Jack. His akwardness towards Noah it's pretty cute.
* NonHumanHead: a box head
!!Jasmin
* LivingToys: A living doll.
!!Billy
* KnifeThrowingAct: Billy's usual circus act consists of this, just with stuffed animals instead of people. At one point he asks Noah if she would like to be the LovelyAssistant in one of his acts. She politely declines.
* NonHumanHead: a cat head
!!Rebecca
* LevelAte: Rebecca's stage includes things such as: giant teacups and teapots, giant donuts and giant pancakes.
* NonHumanHead: some kind of dessert on a cup
* WhipItGood: Rebecca's WeaponOfChoice, since she's a tiger tamer.
!!Alphonse
* NonHumanHead: a sheep head.
!!Angeletta
* BandLand: Angeletta's stage.
* BlindMusician: Angeletta is a blind singer
!!Oscar
* NonHumanHead: a tv for a face
* StageMagician: Oscar seems to be this.
!!Mr. Mush
* MushroomMan
!!Daigo
* BreathWeapon: Daigo, the circus' firebreather, seems to be this.
!!Roberti
* {{Jerkass}}: Roberti.
* MonsterClown: Roberti certainly seems to fit the role
* ScaryJackInTheBox: Roberti's head
[[/folder]]
[[folder: Other Characters]]
!!The kidnapper
!![[spoiler: Chera]]

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[[folder:Context-less Stuff (this doesn't exist)]]

* BestKnownForTheFanservice: Even the players that unironically think the game is decent (for a US$15 ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' clone) don't particularly care about the game's main story. They're just here to see [[{{BBW}} the slightly chubby near-naked angels.]] Male fanservice isn't ''completely'' left out -- you could have Roy wandering around in nothing but a fig leaf, with his ass facing the screen 99% of the time, but you'll have to pack additional buffs to get past the harsh environments of all the surrounding areas.
* ClicheStorm: Part of the game's NarmCharm, though. We've got a Devil-themed (in fact, he's pretty much the Devil himself) BigBad with a big [[PillarOfLight portal in the sky]], a number of captured damsels who still ultimately help out the hero greatly,
* DemonicSpiders:
** ''Literal'' Demon Spiders are completely silent, somehow able to easily sneak up on you despite their massive size, patrol only very dark areas, and hit like trains. Oh yeah, they also come out at full force during Black Moons.
* DisappointingLastLevel: The gameplay is surprisingly okay-ish right until the very end, which ramps up in difficulty considerably and is a borderline MarathonLevel that forces you to do the entire thing without leaving once for any upgrades or heals. While the game did get unironic praise for its creative boss designs, the final boss is your standard BigRedDevil, and the fight itself relies too much on him dealing a bunch of damage and being a tank.
* EnsembleDarkhorse:
** The Left Leg Manifestation, the boss of the water area. It's a multi-armed dancing shark beast thing (with the usual skeletal leg that fits in line with "each region boss has a piece of a skeleton in it" theme).
* FanNickname:
** WordOfGod is that there is no official way to pronounce the underscore in the game's title (he gives "Blank Roy," "Underscore Roy," or just "Roy" all as valid ways of saying the name), but most fans -- both ironic and unironic -- go with calling it "Underscore Roy."
**
* GameBreaker:
** All seven of the angel gifts:
*** Yes, Roxy's Holy Blade is downright laughable -- 0.1 damage in the tutorial itself, and once you've rescued the six angels there, it's still at a measely 0.7. A stick is more than twice as strong as that. But, the more angels you save, the more power it gets. The sword is also completely unbreakable, and doubles in power during a Black Moon or in the final area. With Roxy's sensor, it's easy to seek out and locate angels left and right. The "safe spot" central area alone has well around 300 of them, bringing your damage up to about 30 -- 60 under a Black Moon. In other words, exploring enough can net you an unbreakable weapon that's as powerful as mid-lategame equipment. And if you search enough to get all 900 of them, get the True Holy Blade (which is a direct boost in attack from 90 to 120), hoo boy... all that's left is the final area, but it becomes laughably easy to just blow through Hell itself with your '''unbreakable, 240-damage sword.''' Compared to ''The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild'', damage numbers mostly work the same way, and ''nothing'' from [=BotW=] even comes ''close'' to a Black Moon-powered True Holy Blade.
*** Yellow's Holy Dash is essentially a powerful [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog homing attack]], ''combined with'' a ridiculous speed boost and a way to gain height. It lets you burst through enemies with no durability cost or any risk of colision damage, and uses ''twice'' the weapon's attack power on each foe dashed through (meaning that, combined with an Awakened True Holy Blade, you can deck '''''480'''' damage against the FinalBoss, taking out over 4/5ths of his damn health).
*** Green's Holy Vines make climbing downright trivial. They allow you to scale a wall in a manner that would make even the Holy Dash seem munane by comparison, and can easily get you to zip past the Blue and especially Aqua and Pink story routes with their heavy emphasis on climbing. Oh, and this game encourages you to get Green before any of those paths.
*** Aqua's Holy Frost is Cryonis on steroids, which can be used on dry land or even in the lava of the volcanic area. You can make entire walls of ice, trapping enemies with ease while you can just dive on them and wail. And none of this is getting in to the glitches with the horses, or how many of the angel puzzles are breezed over with this.
*** Blue's Holy Cleanse gets rid of status ailments, which can be a godscend in the jungle or graveyard factory (which both ''love'' them, especially poison). Oh, and it also acts as a heal. Which comes with special blue hearts -- you get five of them per use of the Cleanse, and they regenerate slowly unless ''all five'' of them are depleted. So, free extra health barrier.
*** Pink's Holy Magic is a bit luck-based, but it's still an incredible item generator that eliminates the need to go around globally to grind for items. With enough patience, this can get you ''anything'' -- even the ultra-rare items or ingredients.
*** Red's Holy Flame is a colossal area-of-effect fire attack. Ice enemies die instantly, and even fire enemies are able to take damage with it.
* GoodBadBugs:
** Supersonic Horses. For whatever reason, horses in the game have an ''insane'' upper speed limit when going in reverse. And that "limit" is not something capped by the game, but rather when hitting that limit, Roy goes ''flying'' off. It's entirely possible to fast-ride horses to the six major bosses and beat them in under ten minutes.
** It is ''extremely easy'' to replace models in this game. As in, you just need to dump files in a certain folder, and you're good to go. Apparently this was something the developer put in just to goof off (as it's a specific program/system that was made to "test" the way certain joints interact with one-another), but he left it in out of laziness.
** By placing a bomb just right, it's entirely possible to instakill a demon spider.
* MemeticMutation:
** Many of the faces Roy makes during the cutscene images are just bizarre and wouldn't look out of place as goofy reaction images. Especially when he's being attacked in [[{{Narm}} what would be serious]] boss introductions.
** "If the world was love, the world would be a happier place."[[labelnote:Explanation]]This is the very last thing in the game before it goes back to the title screen, even after [[/labelnote]]
** Roy holding a flag with some nonsensical or goofy image on it, such as [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill on the toilet when he was constipated,]] a poorly drawn MS Paint-looking smiley face, or one of his aformentioned funny faces from the [=CGs=].
** "Go north but not that north."[[labelnote:Explanation]][[ExpositionFairy Roxy]] tells you that TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon is around the north part of the map, but going further than that is the autumn forest/volcanic region. And just south of that is Angel Town. She uses this exact quote to describe the directions, which sounds very vague.[[/labelnote]]
** Roy's ass. Stupid sexy Roy.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Roy starts out the game butt-naked aside from a fig leaf. You don't get your first suit of armor until after clearing the tutorial level, which can take about 15 minutes. The camera is often positioned behind him. Aside from Roxy and the other angels found in the turoial area, there's little female nudity by that point, ''even though the game advertizes it heavily''.[[/labelnote]]
** "Our names are one letter off so it's like I'm watching myself naked and enjoying it WOW."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Hoo boy... this is what Roy says when you try to start flirting up Roxy in the beginning, complete with hammy wide-eye expressions.[[/labelnote]]
* {{Narm}}:
** The leadup to the final battle with the Devil seems genuinely dramatic. Then you hear the Devil ''talk'', and, my God, _Dev (both Roy and the Devil's voice actor; the fact that they're the only characters who talk in this cutscene make it obvious) cannot make an intimidating demonic voice. The result is that [[VocalDissonance a fifteen-foot tall tower of darkness, spikes, and muscle sounds like a cross between the game's]] IdiotHero and a stoner high out of his mind. Not to mention his half-assed "Roar..." Or that his animation, for some reason, is a lot choppier than the rest of the otherwise pretty good-looking game. It's almost as if the team wanted to make Satan himself a goofy boss on purpose.
** The camera can be freely moved in any cutscene that isn't just [=2D=] concept art. This means that you can do your own MaleGaze or FemaleGaze, or move the camera at a funny angle (like up a character's nose). It's kind of hard to take Roxy's explanation of the plot seriously when her fat, naked ass takes up the entire screen.
** According to the [=CGs=], Roy '''canonically''' goes armorless for the whole story. Meaning that, even when offered warm clothing, he goes in nothing but a fig leaf through the snowy mountains to the south.
** Roy and Roxy's relationship development. In some ways, part of it could be [[NarmCharm genuinely touching...]] '''if''' you do the game in the order that the developer nudges you to -> Yellow, Green, Aqua, Blue, Pink, Red, final boss. Otherwise, you get what seems like a relationship pieced together out of order, all because you followed through with the game's promise of being able to do things your own way. If you decide to skip straight to the final boss, the two will go from barely having spoken to eachother to giving off over-the-top dialogue about how much they've longed to be with one-another and spent "so much time together."
** In the final battle on the Gold Ending, the Devil tries to attack the completely restored Angel City. This is shown through animation, though it ''really'' shouldn't have due to the poor special effects. Basically, we suddenly cut to Angel City, to see a poorly-rendered giant black sword just slowly ''falling'' towards the city done in a matter that screams "the animator just moved the weapon down with a program and then stopped it mid-air." Cue reaction shots of the 899 angels gasping. Oh, and the time of day there is based on the time of day you fight the Devil, so this could be happening in broad daylight. What could have been a legitimately dramatic turning point in the battle is absolutely demolished by SpecialEffectsFailure.
* ParanoiaFuel:
** The numerous "ghosts" in this game are watching you. At all times. Be sure to not wander out in to places that are too dark at night! And reminder that during a Black Moon, "too dark" can extend to "anything with a shadow."
* ScrappyMechanic:
** Black Moons. They're nights that, due to temporal manipulation powers, last ''three times as long'' as a regular night (in a game where night is considerably longer than day). And they mean a shit ton of monsters will appear. They cannot be slept through (you'll always get the "it's too dangerous to sleep here" message regardless of whether or not there are any enemies around), you have to rely on watching the sky to see when day comes because the watch just reads "??:??" (apparently the creator didn't think of the "regular" times displaying, but just moving three times as slow), Angel Town will be locked off as every angel you rescue is in hiding, you can't unearth additional angels, and even Roxy can't be contacted as ''she too'' is in hiding. These things are considered the only reason why any player would craft up a mini-house, as that feature is otherwise all-but useless. The ''one'' upside is that bosses are unchanged while a Black Moon is going on, and the backdrop makes for a cool-looking effect to the battle. [[spoiler:If you get all 900 angels, then Angel City will ''finally'' gain an aura around it that renders it immune to the effects. But by that point, you've already done everything the game has except possibly take on the final dungeon (which is in permanent "Black Moon" state regardless). You ''can'' sleep through it then as True Angel City is guarded well-enough, but again, you have to just about clear every single other thing to access it.]]
** Rocket riding seems really cool, except that it's near-impossible to control where you're going, and touching ''anything'' will cause the rocket to burst -- including clouds or ''strong-enough wind breezes.'' If you're flying over a huge drop, this means instant death. Also, getting to the final area requires a very ''long'' ride straight up, although mercifully there are no strong winds in the center of the map.
** While the game actively seeked out to alleviate some issues players had with ''Breath of the Wild'', the weather was made considerably ''worse''. Now, you have "cold days" or "hot days" that respectively lower/raise the temperature to the point where you need immunity from the harsh climate. If you have the right armor, this means you're stuck using that one unless you head to another region (and, weather-wise, the regions are ''huge''). If not, chances are you're SOL, especially early in the game. Oh yeah, and for some reason, _Dev thought it would be a good idea to distinguish "dry heat/coldness" with "wet heat/coldness." Meaning that something that can protect you from a hot and humid environment (like a jungle) will ''not'' work if the weather is dry and desert-y.
* SoBadItsGood: The gameplay is considered passable, especially after the price drop from 15 to 10 US dollars, but it would just be considered an underwhelming open-world indie game if not for the really bizarre writing choices. An easily-abusable custom flag maker system, really bad mistranslations, a plot that barely makes sense,
* SpecialEffectFailure:
** At the beginning, Roy wakes up naked in the Purgatory Battlefield -- except, he's supposed to be ''naked'' naked, not in the fig leaf that he wears when he is without armor. He soon slaps on a leaf before you control him. Except, with Snapshot Mode or simply by looking near his legs when he stands up, the fig leaf is already visibly on him.
* {{Squick}}:
** Roy feels the need to bring up, more than once, that he feels like he's making out with his own DistaffCounterpart if he hits on Roxy, because of the similar names. They're actually nothing alike, but it [[ScrewYourself really gives the wrong vibe.]] The line was ''intended'' to sound stupid (based on Roxy's expression reacting to it), but probably not to the degree that it ended up being.
** Certain parts of the jungle are absolute hell for those that don't like bugs. One place that's close to being a DisconnectedSideArea is a tunnel that has centipedes crawling around the ground, ceiling, and walls. And that's not getting into the part where a bunch of spiders chase you.
* ThatOneBoss: Most of the bosses are easy, with the exception of the Left Arm Manifestation. His schtick is summoning undead warriors -- and he'll ZergRush you with them,
* ThatOneLevel:
** Even by the standards of TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon, the Gates of Hell are brutal. From a distance, it looks like a castle high in the air, meaning indoors, meaning lots of solid land to run around on in spite of the high setting, right? Wrong. The whole place is a labyrinth of narrow walkways and tiny platforms over a ''very long'' drop to the world proper, which due to the game's system of fall damage would mean instant death. The first section involves taking on six switches loosely based on the six major regions of the world, and while you can do them in any order, it practically becomes a SadistsChoice given that all six are heavily guarded, there is no reward for one that could relieve the others, and the absolute kicker of the level: '''everything''' resets if you're knocked off. Oh yeah, after flipping the switches, there's the ascention to the final boss, which is difficult in its own right. And that is followed up by the final boss, an outright nightmare. And the icing on the cake? The region is, for all intents and purposes, on a permanent Black Moon. Even if you approach it during the day. This means you're being chased after by an endless number of enemies as
** [[LethalLavaLand Fyie Crater]] is considered the hardest of the six "boss" regions, which is especially evil as the game's tutorial is set in the early beginning of the region -- giving the impression that the overall red part of the map is easier than the rest.
** [[JungleJapes Roc Jungle]] isn't that much easier, even if it is easier than the latter 3/4ths of the red region. The place starts out just fine, as a tame jungle level... then you go in to the cavern, and it turns out to be as nasty as ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}''[='=]s '''underground''' jungle -- confirmed by WordOfGod to be its direct inspiration. The result is a long, confusing, [[BlackoutBasement dark]] labyrinth of twisting vines and flower cannons.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:
** The Blue Section/Cliffs of Dohpoor is considered to be one of the more interesting moments of the game, although it was plagued by being considerably shorter (both the path you need to take to hit the boss, and the ''entire map area itself'' since most of it is just empty lake/ocean) and with bad water controls. Blue's actress put effort in to playing a ''[[TookTheBadFilmSeriously serious]]'' character rather than a [[LargeHam ham]] like the other five voice-acted main angels, and her relationship with Roy is thought of by some to be even ''more'' developed and strong than his "relationship" with Roxy (who is, according to WordOfGod, his main love interest). Also, the dancing multi-armed shark demon man for the boss. A highlight of the game.
** The game puts heavy emphasis on how the PhysicalHeaven here is located in the ground, while the PhysicalHell is in the sky -- a reverse of how the places are almost always portrayed. However, not much comes of this, except for having the excuse of the final level to be littered with drops leading to instant death. Which can just as easily be done in any FireAndBrimstoneHell area, just plug in BottomlessPits of fire.
* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: The game isn't '''horrible''' by any means, but it's generally regarded to be enjoyable for the wrong reasons -- the hoarde of awesome bugs that can take you everywhere at supersonic speeds, the nonsensical hole-riddled plot, and Roy's FountainOfMemes. With that being said, the voice actresses are pretty damn good. Most go for a HamAndCheese route, but Roxy's and Blue's get really in to their roles.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: Downplayed as it ''does'' technically have a Teen rating, but it's absolutely loaded with literally hundreds of bare women's asses (and two men's asses -- the player character's default outfit and the BigBad), somehow managing to squeak by while some games have been hit harder when it comes to {{fanservice}} despite showing far less. With all that being said, the characters are not ''blatantly'' sexualized (hell, at no [=3D=] cutscene in the game is MaleGaze played straight -- you have to manually rotate the camera to get ass shots), and very little of this wouldn't look out of place in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda its inspiration.]] The only edge it has on Nintendo games aside from the butts is the SurrealHorror NightmareFace-infested factor of the Pink Sector, and even then, you can't exactly rate a game higher for no other reason than its content going for a scare factor if there is nothing distinctly "adult" about the scare methods used.

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* Thought ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild''[='=]s Blood Moon was bad? Or ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}''[='=]s? Well, the '''Black''' Moon from this game effectively combines both, and ramps the nastyness UpToEleven. It's like the latter in that it's a full night (except ''longer'', as "temporal distortion" will make it three times longer than a normal night gameplay-wise, and the clock will read "??:??") where enemies spawn more than usual and water will gain a red, blood-like coloration to it. And it's like the former in that it respawns all killed enemies (but only at the very end; the foes during the moon are procedurally generated). It's so bad that the friggin' angels themselves go in to hiding and won't
** Hell, Luna, the angel that tells you about the night's moon, will absolutely freak out if the night is a Black Moon night. You'll see her shivering as she stares in to the sky, and when talking to her, she stops being her normal upbeat self and just replies with a blank "..." Ask her about the moon and she will scream to make shelter, and board it up tightly.
* For whatever reason, ''_Roy'' really has an obsession with eerie EasterEgg[=s=]. There are a lot of things that are harmless, yet seem like they could kill you.
** The New Moon Ghost. Only on New Moon nights, you ''might'' notice what looks like the dark outline of a figure in some kind of thick robe with a hood, with two shining lights for eyes looking right at you. This is a sprite, not a model, that hangs out in the distance -- but always on the top of hills, and always a general range around you. Not too close, and not too far. Somehow, the limited and two-dimensional graphics make this ''worse''. Likely because it gives off the vibe that this guy ''is'' a background detail, and
* As you approach the six bosses, they each taunt you and try attacking you in increasingly aggressive and blatant ways:
**
* Everything about the [[EternalEngine Junkyard]] [[BigBoosHaunt Graveyard.]] Yes, it's a silly and uninspired name. But the whole place is filled to the brim with being... "haunted." What perhaps takes the cake is the giant Mausoleum at the end -- Roy has to descend several levels, each one having giant images of demonic faces on the walls that get worse and worse as you go deeper. Then he flips the place upside-down, and finds that what was originally just a sunlight is now some kind of portal pool of gel... stuff that sends him on to some kind of giant ghost ship, where he fights the boss of the map's pink sector. Oh yeah, and this ghost ship is the one and only boss area that you cannot re-enter. The gravity-flipping switch is just ''gone'', the portal does not appear on the ceiling, and even the map cites Pink's rescue point as the Mausoleum itself. Hell, if you set the Travel Icon on the ship, its destination will instead be on the Mausoleum (wheras using it in other "areas you can't return to" will give a stern warning message that "Returning there would be a '''terrible''' (in red) idea), which suggests that the whole damn boss fight was a hallucination or something. But if that was the case, how the hell was Pink rescused, and what ''was'' the boss of that area really?
** Hell, the entire "Pink Sector" is pretty screwed up, Junkyard Graveyard is just its "boss area." The greater location is some sort of outright EldritchLocation, with
* While minor, there are a few rare points where the game's flavor text would become red -- and no, this isn't the color-coded dialogue of angels that have red text. This is the vanilla messages not said by anyone suddenly getting a lot more ominous, with a "dripping" effect that even simulates ''blood'':
** Despite the entire game making sure to avert PermanentlyMissableContent (and keeping in line with this, there are no collectables here and ''definitely'' no angels to save) here are a very small number of points that you only visit once, usually related to bosses. Such as the Metal Ship, or the Imp Hideout. The game also gives you something called a Travel Icon, which works much like [=BotW=]'s Travel Medallion: place it, and it can function as a "put anywhere" warp point. If you try to place the Travel Icon in one of those locations, it'll still work -- while you're there. Once you leave, however, you'll get the message "Returning ''there'' would be a terrible idea." And the word "terrible" is the only one in red. Considering how one of those warp points is a cave in the jungle area that ends up being completely filled with spiders, well... the one exception to this is the boss fought to rescue Pink. If you set the Icon on the ghost ship, once the boss is beaten it'll automatically be (re-?)located to the entrance of the Mausoleum, which suggests that everything from Roy flipping the place upside down onwards was some sort of hallucination.
** When visiting Angel City after fully repairing it (achieved by getting all 900 of the angels, which is practically completing the game apart from the final dungeon), Roxy's house has an additional door. Trying to go in it will result in Roy partially opening it, only for the usual "You've gone too far" prompt to appear as he suddenly slams the door shut. Roxy will not comment on this. Try it again, and the message pops up in the "bleeding red" form -- "You have gone TOO FAR." The third times and onward are identical, but each one has a very tiny chance that Roxy herself will pull you away with no warning and give you her usual pissed off NightmareFace. Oh, and WordOfGod is being silent about just what the hell the first angel you meet could possibly be hiding.
* If you try to swim as far as you can out into the ocean, a '''huge''' tentacle will grab Roy. That's not where this ends, the game drags things out a bit: said tentacle will lift Roy high in the air, and the head of an ''enormous'' leviathan abomination thing will stick out and roar at you. ''Then'' it drops Roy in to its mouth, killing him instantly.
** The sand whale in the desert ends of the map is much smaller, but it's still huge and you can see it come barreling at you from the distance at a million miles per hour... unless you're in one of the areas hit by a sandstorm, where it just flat-out ''comes out of nowhere.'' Oh, and because the boundaries are not that properly coded, a sand whale ends up glitching in to the desert if you go out there as well, although _Dev has mentioned patching the game to fix that issue.
* Roxy's NightmareFace[=s=]. Good lord... basically, if you act like an asshole enough, there are points in time where the music will suddenly cut out, Roxy will summon herself out, ''firmly'' grab Roy by the upper arm, and spin him around to look at her. The game will automatically go in to first-person view, where she first has her eyes closed and [[TranquilFury a smile on...]] but then she'll either open her eyes or her ''entire face'' will be replaced with some inhuman looking demon expression. She has 70 of these, chosen at random, so there's a good chance you'll be caught off guard by them. Let's just say it's a good thing she's a heroic character, because she can make for a pretty fucking scary villain.
* While more scary in the "This is a bad idea, turn back" sense, think of the arenas that the bosses take place in. An ordinary human ends up needing to take down a manifestation of the Devil himself in: a tornado that's visible from a good mile away in the middle of an already-harsh desert; a giant spider web in a deep jungle cave infested with poisonous bugs ''and spiders'' (although the boss there is plant-based); out in the middle of a colossal blizzard; in the ocean near where the aformentioned leviathan is; in some kind of alternate dimension soul-boat thing; and in a volcanic area that's withing spitting distance of a wasteland with {{hellfire}} so hot that not even the armor that lets you swim in lava will keep you from catching fire. Oh, and after beating them, the final boss is in Hell itself, which is hundreds of miles up in the air.
* The fact that Angel City is the only truly space place in the game's entire world, and it's implied that the ridiculous BorderPatrol surrounding the world from all sides is because the surrounding area of Angel City is the only place in Purgatory ''habitable to human life, period.'' After leaving the Alpha Tree, that's it. Even the Alpha Tree itself will suddenly become plagued with more powerful enemies. Oh yeah, and [[spoiler:the first night after you leave (meaning ''once the Sun sets'' if you leave in the day) '''will''' be a Black Moon. It's the one and only time a Black Moon is guaranteed.]]

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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: _Dev took note of some of the divisive points in the game's various inspirations and aimed to make them... "less disliked," for lack of a better term:
** In regards to ''Breath of the Wild''[='=]s contested weapon durability, Roy is given a permanent but weak "regular weapon" in the form of the Holy Blade that Roxy gives you shortly after rescuing her at the beginning of the game. It's unbreakable, but starts out with really bad attack -- although it slowly becomes stronger as you free more angels, [[spoiler:and gets a '''huge''' damage boost after getting all 900 of them, with only the Hellfire-class weapons being stronger.]] In other words, Roy has a "last resort" both in case all his weapons break (likely to happen early on) or if the player needs to kill something but does not want to waste durability of the stronger weapons.
** While the game is more fond of areas you cannot return to after clearing them than ''Breath of the Wild'', absolutely no equipment can permanently be missed/lost, unlike weaker Lynel gear/Forest Dweller's
* BorderPatrol: While the six "main regions" only cover some parts of the map's ends rather than bordering them on all side, ''eventually'' the player will come across one of the six types of "barriers" seen through them. For convenience, the list will just lump those examples as being part of the main area:
** Go too far out in the desert sands, and a giant "sand whale" will swallow Roy, killing him instantly.
** Get out in the jungle, and eventually the ground will become mud, and further quicksand, and further still poison sludge. ''This'' poison is special in that Holy Frost cannot make platforms with it. Going out far enough via glitch will just cause the same sand whale from the desert border to kill Roy instantly.
** The snow area is, for some reason, bordered by automatic turrets (even though it would make more sense in the industrial/graveyard hybrid zone). Head out too far and they'll fire like crazy.
** The oceans have an '''enormous''' undersea EldritchAbomination that instantly eats Roy. Just the part that's actually ''visible'' is bigger than the fully-restored Angel City.
** The graveyard wasteland has a number of invincible shadow specters that, while not instantly fatal, just claw Roy to death for massive damage.
** Finally, if you are at a part bordered by a volcanic field, you can't proceed due to it being too hot. Get out far enough, and not even being literally fireproof will stop you from taking damage. And the damage is increased exponentially the farther out you go.
** If you try to glide way above that from the Gates of Hell, the skies there have their own border patrol: strange black... stuff (possibly shadow bugs, possibly just shadow energy itself) will eventually black out the whole screen. Ironically, despite being the final dungeon's border, this is the only border that does ''not'' kill Roy. Rather, he blacks out and ends up back on the last piece of land, minus four health points. If the player starts gliding and hits the point where the "Black Moon effect" is gone, they ''can'' glide over most of the other, above-listed Border Patrols and get pretty far out of bounds without triggering any of them, although the snow turrets can still snipe him from far in the air, and the northern ends being too hot will affect Roy regardless of his height (even if the temperature was previously ''freezing cold'' from his altitude).
* BrokenAesop:
** The game preaches environmentalism like there's no tomorrow ''to the point of outright hating technology'', but all six bosses (except possibly the Pink one) have some kind of "natural" theme, while most of your tools get progressively more technological and advanced.
** It also tries to have an anti-gun lesson. Not only are bows apparently something completely different, you ''do'' get guns as late-game equipment (...which fire arrows for some reason).
** The game's attempt at a pacifist message falls flat considering how you have no other choice but to kill the Devil, and if you're going for the best ending, you need to kill the bosses.
* CensoredForComedy:
** One official side-comic repeatedly cuts to Roxy weighing herself. In most cases, the weight is pixellated each time in a manner that is intentionally pointless -- her "usual" weight is shown uncensored on her profile on the official website, and the pixellation does not even cover the full number. Once it gets low enough, it's uncensored... just for to gain one more kilogram and suddenly have it get blurred out again.
** The same strip had an unintentional example where, after being "thin," Roxy's butt is covered by a towel from a towel rack, making it look like something worse was showing from behind. _Dev thought that Steam and similar rating standards had a bizarre rule where a woman's butt could not be shown if she had a "model figure." This was also originally why ''all'' 900 angels in-game are chubby (instead of "most"), as what he thought was GettingCrapPastTheRadar. When he was corrected about this, he edited the panel to actually show it.
** One side quest inspired by the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series has you deliver a "secret something" from one angel to another. She tells you not to peek in, and it's heavily implied that its contents are porn. When the item shows up in your inventory, it appears as a brown paper bag, and the contents inside are pixellated. So is half of the description[[note]]Unlike the comic's use of censoring words and numbers, the text can't really be deciphered[[/note]].
--->'''Item Description:''' WELL. Hard to really call yourself "angelic" if you're in to [blurred out]!
** WordOfGod is that this is the reason why the angels' (and Roy's) groins are not subjected to BarbieDollAnatomy as their chests are. He thought it would be funnier if, whenever they lack feathers down there for whatever reason, they were censored by "chibi" images of them (usually showing their butts to the viewer). If this applied to the chests, it would have to be all the time, which would kill the joke pretty fast.
* CompressedVice: The game is usually good at avoiding this, but the tie-in comics are different:
** One comic suddenly claims Roy is a kleptomaniac. This ''might'' be referencing how in-game he's a KleptomaniacHero, but it's honestly hard to tell, and the way it's presented makes it seem like it was actually a lifelong problem rather than something just poking fun at gameplay. (Plus, in-game, every single thing he "steals" from is technically from the Devil. Everything offered by the angels is something he buys.)
** In one strip, Roxy becomes obsessed with her weight, to the point where the narrative itsel (poorly) censors her scale readings until it's low enough. Literally two strips prior, she brags about being chubby and teases Roy by shaking her butt in front of him.
** Another strip has the main seven angels suddenly start joking about men being perverted idiots (although Roy ''is'' [[GoodIsDumb a genuine idiot,]] this is about them accusing him of only thinking about sex), and refuse to aknowledge that Roy technically saved them all from being sealed in daggers for all eternity and is a genuine NiceGuy in-game. This is all so that the comic could "invert" the usual battle of the sexes plot, which is especially absurd as Roy is the only guy in the group. In-game and in all other comics, the angels barely even consider gender a ''thing'', which is also why they're all comfortable going around topless.
** Blue also secretly has a gambling addiction which is revealed and solved in just one strip, never brought up prior, and never mentioned again. And, of course, the video game has no evidence of this.
* EarlyGameHell: Sweet Cthulhu, the game skyrockets in difficulty as soon as you leave the Alpha Tree (the tutorial area). The first night that falls after leaving '''will''' be a Black Moon -- something considered brutal even with lategame equipment, let along a Holy Blade that may only have about 3 damage (6 under Black Moon) tops unless you're ''really'' good at exploring in just one in-game day, and the only town in the entire game (Angel City) starts out in a weak state and is found pretty far from your start. There's a reason why it's highly suggested to try leaving just barely after the game considers it night -- if you leave ''at'' night, it will be a normal night, buying you extra time to try to reach Angel City and prepare for the Black Moon. But then again, normal nights are filled with ghostly enemies that pack a punch. And that's just the "early first Black Moon" part, none of this is even ''mentioning'' that you have little health, and many enemies becides TheGoomba of the game can easily zip circles around you before going for what's an insta-kill at just three hearts.
* HandOrObjectUnderwear:
** Roy does this at the beginning of the game, covering his junk with his hands until he finds a large leaf just sitting there.
** Implied when a Black Moon is around [[spoiler:and you're not in the revived Angel City, which negates its "evil" (but not its temporal manipulation)]]. Roxy is the only angel visible then, and she always has one hand over her groin when you first try to summon her for hints in the night or when she explains what Black Moons are (you can only do this once per BM night; she refuses to come out of your BagOfHolding if you try again on the same night, and communicates from there instead). The Black Moon also causes the wings on her back to molt, so it's suggested that her feather-panties fell off. This is confirmed in the first (and several subsequent) official comic, where Roxy eventually has to use both hands to fight during a Black Moon, and she laments
* HotterAndSexier:
** This game itself, compared to _Dev's completely kid-friendly (and ''without'' any of the "is this really kid-friendly"-ness of ''_Roy'') earlier freeware projects. The guy used to make games about flowers; now he's made a game about virtually-naked angels.
** Even the ''official'' tie-in comics that _Dev posts on Tumblr, Twitter, Deviantart, and Pixiv are this to the game itself. While the game still (barely) manages to remain above jokes about perverts or lewd comments on the angels' nudity (although there are jokes about Roy's state at the beginning, but this is entirely played for laughs rather than intentional fanservice, [[DoubleStandard because it's male nudity]]). The comics drop that, in a manner so jarring you'd be forgiven for thinking they were fan made or even created via WordOfSaintPaul. The first one confirms that the Black Moon's ability to cause angel wings to molt does in fact also apply to their feather "clothing," which is why when Roxy is briefly seen during a Black Moon she's covering her crotch, and just escalate in to ecchi from there. The ''unofficial'' art made by the developer is flat-out smut. He's hinted that the main motivation for making the game was to make sure people wouldn't "taint" his earlier, kid-friendly projects as a sort of "bug zapper" for his game carreer. He succeeded, aside from the very occasional backfire by trolls who found his early work simply because ''_Roy'' put him in the spotlight to begin with.
* HumanoidAbomination:
** The Devil himself is portrayed as less of "big fire goat-man" and more of something downright ''alien.'' He can manipulate time (Black Moon causing night to last three times as long and for some reason going as far as disabling anything resembling a clock[[note]]And _Dev actually put a lot of detail in to this: "electronic" clocks will all just say "??:??," even if it's part of angel technology; face clocks just spin wildly until 6:00 AM (morning in-game); and even sundials will display five tentacle-like shadows slithering over the place. Only Tempora, an angel who specifically specializes in time powers, can actually tell you what time it is in this "slowed down state," because for some reason just having clocks move slower wasn't enough[[/note]]) and space (the warp sections in the Gates of Hell), his six main minions apparently do not "physically exist" yet everything else indicates they can fight you, and his residence in Hell is soehow extradimensional, which is why it's invisible despite supposedly being in the skies of Purgatory. Despite all of that, he just looks like a giant humanoid with deep red skin and spikes on his shoulders.
* JumpScare:
** At several points in the game, Roxy will ask you something along the lines of if you're going to save all of the 900 angels total. Saying something that amounts to "I'll never go back and get the rest of them, even after beating the Devil" will result in her suddenly giving Roy (and the player) quite the NightmareFace.
** The Sand Whale will zoom up to you and eat you with almost no warning if you go out of bounds in the "desert" end of the map. (And the "jungle" end, but that is confirmed to be a bug _Dev intends on patching.) There's even less warning if you're unlucky enough to have that happen in an area coated in sandstorm.
* NoobCave: The Alpha Tree, which is where Roy ends up after leaving the Transport Station (the tutorial area, where Roxy is freed). It's the game's Great Plateau equivalent; a large area that's still ultimately a small-scale version of the game's map, where the player is thrown in to a huge sandbox style at the start.
* OddNameOut: The absolute '''main''' seven angels[[note]]Given that there are several other angels who function as shopkeepers, with sidequests, etc; more major than the ones that are just [=NPCs=] with another point to Angels Saved but not as important as these seven[[/note]] -- the ones directly freed from the area bosses as well as your guide throughout the entire game -- are named after primary and secondary colors, [[SarcasmMode and what you get when you mix all lights together.]] You know, Red, Yellow, Green, Aqua, Blue, Pink, and Roxy. [[SarcasmMode Get it, because Roxy light is the combination of all of them?]] Odder still is that Roxy, being literally white, fits with the color theme herself.
* RunningGag:
** You never use the "Boss Keys" on traditional boss doors. Instead, you're just taking the lock off of something that initiates a boss fight:
*** In Airther Desert, it ''seems'' like it's to the door of a slanting temple... except that the object, on closer inspection, is actually cardboard painted to look like a door. The lock itself was the main thing keeping Roy from entering the boss arena, and for some reason, none of his powerful tools or Angel Abilities can break down the piece of cardboard. After using the key, the piece just anti-climactically ''drops''.
*** In Roc Jungle, the lock is wrapped tightly around a Flower Cannon that will blast you to the boss's arena. It is ''possible'' to make it to the arena without the key or even without pulling an actual glitch through walls/floors, but ''very difficult''.
*** In the Felaek Mountains, the chain is holding up an icey cliff. Breaking it will make it slide down the mountain, which will piss of the up-until-then inactive boss enough in to leaping on and fighting you.
*** In the Cliffs of Duhpoor, the boss would be a SealedEvilInACan by the angels trapped in a lake... except the angels accidentally sealed Blue in with him, so you ''need'' to free the boss so that you will also save Blue. The chains are around the lake itself. Or, a small pond within a harbor that mistakenly referred to as a "lake." (As the harbor itself has a large opening to the ocean, barely separated on one side by a crescent of rocks.)
*** In Junkyard Graveyard, the "boss door" with the traditional ''Zelda''-style lock on it is actually just a painted wall. The key instead unwrapps the chains around a wrecking ball, which is used to smash the wall and reveal the ''real'' Mausoleum behind it.
*** In Fie Crater, the lock and its chain are seemingly just wrapped around the ceiling, and when undone, they act as a sort of swing Roy uses to flip to the boss's platform.
*** [[spoiler:Finally averted in the Gates of Hell, where it ''is'' a regular door being unlocked... and it takes forever to open.]]
* ViolationOfCommonSense:
** The desert/wind boss is found in a giant tornado, causing a sandstorm out in the middle of the desert. You need to ''head in to the tornado''. And if you go by where the game nudges you to, this is the first boss of the game.

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Nahvye %%Still writing just so I can find it later.

'''''This thing whose name I haven't thought of yet''''' follows the life of Supertastic, a normal superheroine with speed powers, and her fight against crime. Her sidekick, Mystical Orange, helps her fight against their archenemy Night Puncher, an evil supervillain with giant metal fists that constantly terrorizes Nova Yak City.

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** Working backwards from that, perhaps regular Skeletron is actually some kind of [[LightIsNotGood light monster]] that gains power from solar light, which is why ''he's'' also stronger in the day?

** Just about everything about Gideon. He uses Subspace and the Glow to ''literally'' get in someone's mind, and he outright confesses that this is how he makes his money. He traps all of his previous girlfriends in cryogenic freezing (though the disturbing-ness of this is lessened a bit when they're unfrozen and more-or-less just talk about it like it's a minor inconvenience) and wants to do the same with Ramona. Also, most of the other fights with the Evil Exes are bloodless; Gideon gets several ''nasty'' blows [[spoiler:including some fatal stabs]] to both Scott and Ramona, which is pretty cringe-worthy to look at.

* OnlySaneMan: A RunningGag in ''SBIG'' is that there is at least one given character who speaks far more coherantly and seems to be a bit self-aware. This is never directly addressed on and not really built on -- it's suggested that they are aware to some extent of how shitty the world is (they also rarely break the fourth wall, but then again ''SBIG'' doesn't really have much of one to begin with), but nothing comes of it. As Fan went on and decreased the number of intentional spelling errors, it gets harder to tell who is supposed to be "sane" or not, but there are still a few patterns here and there:
** Rip Van Winkle from ''FanFic/HecksingUlumateCrconikals'' was the first and, as HUC was littered with spelling mistakes, one of the most blatant. Her first conversation, between her and the incoherant Major, is ''incredibly'' jarring in seeing someone speak clearly after three chapters full of typos, and with an additional character she's discussing still being as incoherant as ever.
** Fan is really weird with this when it comes to ''Homestuck'' characters, as they [[spoiler:are the only group to be focused on in each multiverse (not counting A, where they're just figures Mabel carved and aren't alive): ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' for B, ''KIDS FIT THE TROLLS'' for C, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' for D]]. Dave is sane in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' while Jane is sane in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but Dave is just as typo-filled in HHC while Jane is in SJAHJ. Unlike them, however, Rip being sane is a multiversal constant -- every single incarnation of her speaks clearly.
** ''[=SBIGlets=]'':
** Wallace in ''Scott Pilgrim Vs Not Getting Laid'' talks clearly and with no spelling errors. Unless he's drunk, then he gets even worse than the norm. Ken Katayanagi is coherhant while Kyle is not, creating some really bizarre moments when they try to finish each-others' sentences. While not completely "sane" like Rip, SJAHJ-Dave, or HHC-Jane (or aformentioned Wallace or Ken), Todd Ingram is remarkably easy to understand and even says OOC-ly smart things despite being regarded as a moron in-universe.
* RunningGag:
** In the earlier volumes, the story would set up what looks like an AccidentalPervert situation (often with [[MsFanservice Diane]]), before all the characters involved act completely nonchalant about it and this turns out to be something completely normal in SBIG's world. Steve, Hammithan, and Nosfo accidentally barge in on Diane as she's removing her top because she forgot to lock the door? Oh yeah, she just prefers going around shirtless a lot too, and she only has an initial super-startled response because [[spoiler:her "bikini top" is actually a ''super''-heavy training weight that could easily destroy the entire tree system if it suddenly fell to the ground (Diane not only has super strength, but is one of the absolute strongest-recorded heroic characters in the entire story)]]. Teleportation device by Poixer accidentally beams Diane to his house ''naked?'' She's just mildly annoyed at the inconvenience, and Poixer casually notes that the teleporter does not work on inorganic matter. Hammithan goes in to the girls' sauna? No, saunas are actually co-ed; Diane invites him to sit next to her and gives reasons for why the guys (and Quazzax, who also wan't there) didn't want to or couldn't come.
** Diane in general, by our standards, being an UnusuallyUninterestingSight. ''Nobody'' except the BigBad (who is a bit of a manchild) really cares to point out how her outfit is less than a loincloth, and that she runs around topless at most times.
** Earl's [[StylisticSuck extremely bad]] television ads.
** Every single mention of Tanker [[spoiler:after her eventual death]] will usually include a note on [[HateSink how godawful she was.]]
* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Averting this trope is the main reason why WordOfGod confirms that none of his stories take place in the same universe so far unless it's an explicit prequel/spinoff/etc situation (and side-stories are the ''only'' case). Fan confirms that Carlson would be able to absolutely trivialize most of BLOODSHOT, with the ''possible'' exception of Witchita, and could even shatter the barrier around Buhvillen City. Likewise, the 361 Striking Degrees wouldn't find the Other from ''Smokedrifle Tower'' '''difficult''' (they'd be weirded out by it since they have no prior supernatural experience, while the Eristovs have been born and raised with knowledge that it exists, but they're significantly more powerful than what the BadassNormal Eristovs were able to overcome)

-->'''Sonic:''' Hop on dud!\\
'''Rip:''' I'm a woman.\\
'''Sonic:''' O SHIT!

-->'''Scott:''' Now I half to fight fourth dude.\\
'''Roxie:''' I'M A WOMAN.\\
'''Scott:''' O SHIT!

No, because in SPVNGL all the dudes are still dudes. In BHGHBAC, almost every male character in the non-''King of the Hill'' worlds are genderbent. So they can't really take place in the same universe unless some serious shit happened.

[[labelnote:Possible cameo in VNGL:]]
-->'''Professor Leona:''' Ha! I am within the superior second dimension in this form! A dimension that you should be worshipping if you fail to find "love" in the third dimension! Just ask the great Chaos God, Bill Cipher! Your '''physical''' attacks are nothing to me!\\
'''Scott:''' Bill who?\\
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'''Professor Leona:''' Hey! Michelle! Raffelea! Donna! Watch your '''magic''' attacks! They can cut through this painting and-- did I say something about magic?
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'''Professor Leona:''' Ack! What the hell is this, acid rain? Oh, forget it! I'm out of here. Better think twice before kicking over my buckets again! Or else it'll be ''you'' that's... something, kick the bucket pun! My work is excellenece! I'm out!\\
'''Professor Dian:''' ...Oh. Hey there. It looked like you were trying to talk to my friend Leona over there. Uh, sorry if my chemical testing got in the way of that.\\
'''Scott:''' We're not friends!\\
'''Professor Dian:''' Oh. Okay then.
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The problem is that I think character-wise Dove's closer to being like Mad Dummy than Leona. Complete with firing everybody (that was actually something inspired by Dedan).

Holy ''shit'' if you switch gluttony and sloth then the order Mabel fights the Seven Evil Inner Devils in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' is the exact same order as the sins listed in Dante's ''Purgatorio''. I had no idea about that until after I firmly came up with the order they're fought.

I swear at one point I'm going to call Dekstop "Brimcity" or visa-versa. I gotta stop with the major metropolis areas.

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[[folder:ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐƆ I]]

spuᴉlq ǝɥʇ ǝsolɔ puɐ sɹoop ǝɥʇ ʞɔo˥

pǝᴉɟᴉɹʇǝd puɐ pɹɐɥ puɐ ploɔ s,ʇI

ǝpᴉsuᴉ pɐǝp slǝǝɟ ʇɹɐǝɥ ʎW

ʎɥʍ ɹǝpuoʍ oN

ʎɹɔ puɐ pɐǝɥ ɹnoʎ ƃuɐɥ ʇ,uop ǝsɐǝlԀ

uǝʌɐǝɥ oʇ oƃ ʎlqɐqoɹd ll,noʎ 'ɥO

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ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐɔ I

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ǝʌᴉlɐ noʎ ʎɹnq plnoɔ I 'ɥO

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spuᴉlq ǝɥʇ ǝsolɔ puɐ sɹoop ǝɥʇ ʞɔo˥

pǝᴉɟᴉɹʇǝd puɐ pɹɐɥ puɐ ploɔ s,ʇI
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ʎɥʍ ɹǝpuoʍ oN

ʎɹɔ puɐ pɐǝɥ ɹnoʎ ƃuɐɥ ʇ,uop ǝsɐǝlԀ

uǝʌɐǝɥ oʇ oƃ ʎlqɐqoɹd ll,noʎ 'ɥO

ǝᴉp ɹo ǝʌᴉl plnoɥs noʎ ɹǝɥʇǝɥM

ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐɔ I

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ǝɯ looɟ oʇ ɥʇnɹʇ ǝɥʇ sǝʞɐʇ ʇI

sǝlnɹ ǝɯɐs ǝɥʇ llɐ ʎq pǝʎɐld ǝʌ,no⅄

noʎ oʇ ʇᴉ puɐɥ oʇ ʇoƃ ǝʌ,I

pǝlʞɔᴉd ʇǝƃ ʇ,uoʍ I sʞuᴉɹp uǝʇ ƃnlS

pǝlddᴉɹɔ ɯ,I lᴉʇun sƃᴉɾ ƃuᴉɔuɐp

noʎ ǝʞᴉl ʇ,usᴉ ǝuoʎɹǝʌǝ ƃuᴉsɐǝlԀ

ɹǝʇʇᴉl ɐ ǝq p,noʎ sʇɐɔ ǝɹǝʍ sǝᴉl ɟI

ɹǝʇʇᴉnb ɐ ǝɯ llɐɔ ʍou doʇs I ɟI

noʎ ǝʞᴉl oʇ ǝldoǝd ƃuᴉɔuᴉʌuoɔ ɥɔʇᴉq ɐ s,ʇI

ǝpᴉɹ ɐ ɹoɟ ƃuᴉoƃ ǝɹ,ǝM

spuᴉlq ǝɥʇ ǝsolɔ puɐ sɹoop ǝɥʇ ʞɔo˥

pǝᴉɟᴉɹʇǝd puɐ pɹɐɥ puɐ ploɔ s,ʇI

ǝpᴉsuᴉ pɐǝp slǝǝɟ ʇɹɐǝɥ ʎW

ʎɥʍ ɹǝpuoʍ oN

ʎɹɔ puɐ pɐǝɥ ɹnoʎ ƃuɐɥ ʇ,uop ǝsɐǝlԀ

uǝʌɐǝɥ oʇ oƃ ʎlqɐqoɹd ll,noʎ 'ɥO

ǝᴉp ɹo ǝʌᴉl plnoɥs noʎ ɹǝɥʇǝɥM

ǝpᴉɔǝp ʇ,uɐɔ I

ʎɐʍ ʎɯ uᴉ uǝʇʇoƃ ǝʌ,noʎ ʍou pu∀

ʎqɐq ɹǝuol ɐ ʇsnɾ ɯ,I

ʎnƃ pɐq ɐ ǝq ɐuuɐʍ ʇ,uop

ʇɥƃᴉuoʇ ɹǝʇsƃuɐƃ ɐ ʇou ɯ,I

uǝʇʇoɹ s,ʇᴉ ʍou puɐ pǝᴉp dn pǝlɹnƆ

uǝʇʇoƃɹoɟ ǝʌ,I ƃuᴉɥʇǝɯos ǝʞᴉl sllǝɯS

ǝɯᴉʇ ǝɯɐs ǝɥʇ ʇɐ ɥʇoq noʎ ssᴉʞ puɐ ʞɔnℲ

ɹǝʇʇǝl-ɹnoɟ ʇ,uop ʎǝɥʇ ʇno ƃuᴉɥɔʇɐM

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* Also, consider that every aspect of the fight is effectively counting this warped "Naruto"'s ultimate wish fulfillment. [[spoiler:He wants to use his time travel brainwash powers to turn almost everyone in the world/''multiverse'' in to his harem army, but also attack Sasuke personally. Well, Kyu ensures that Naruto and Sasuke don't really directly "fight" (aside from the previous battle where Sasuke ''won''). Also, Kyu is physically very weak (max HP 1, attack power 1, defense 0 -- but she "pulls a Sans" to get around these), yet she manages to show herself a better fighter than Naruto anyway -- something that would drive a guy like him ''nuts''. Kyu also sleeps around a lot, but makes it crystal clear that she's never going to let herself be brainwashed in to the harem (the ''one'' attempt where Naruto ''does'' land an attack on her, she times a bomb so that she'll be blown up right after the Midnight Bliss transformation happens, denying him his reward for more than a few seconds). He can't use his time travel, because the earliest point in time he can warp back to is still ''long'' after he established himself on Kyu's bad side, and Kyu's savvy enough with time rewinders to know if someone's trying to loop, so she'd swoop in and suddenly attack him (which is what happened when Naruto tried to do a different sequence of events after resetting all the way to Brenda's defeat). Lastly, as she points out, she turns his rewinding against him emotionally -- every attempt is her first from her point of view, so her kicking Naruto's ass can't really get old if she keeps being rewinded to when she never experienced it. Meanwhile, Naruto goes through ''hundreds'', so of course he's tired of Kyu whooping him.]]

ComicBook/UltimateMarvelTeamUp
-->''Thousands of years ago, an alien race called GEMS laid their claims to the planet EARTH.''
-->''A group of rebel Gems, the CRYSTAL GEMS, had saw the beauty in the planet, and didn't want it to be destroyed.''
-->''The conflict between the Crystal Gems and the Gems of HOMEWORLD escalated into war.''
-->''Fighting with the Crystal Gems were two races: HUMANS and MONSTERS.''
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation
* CompleteMonster
* TheScrappy
* TheOtherMarty


''italics''

Webcomic/EQGCrossover


Despite being a new series, Love Live! Sunshine!! has arguably even more LesYay than its parent series (page very much in progress)!

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[[folder: Chika x Riko]]
From the beginning of the series Chika and Riko have shared a lot of LesYay. In the first season of the anime, a heartfelt scene between them seems to happen at least OnceAnEpisode. [[WebVideo/The Altered Adventure]]

* In the first PV, Chika and Riko are sharing a seat on an empty bus. They later fall asleep smiling, with their heads touching.
* The first season's ending theme is arguably the most LesYay between the two of them, even when compared to the subtext shown for various other couples. First there is the photo of the two of them which shows Chika cupping Riko by the chin with the two of them very close to each other's faces. On the photo is written the words "Make my day!" and there are multiple little hearts around Riko as she stares at Chika. Finally at the end of the song Chika and Riko, who were staring straight ahead, instead turn around [[HeldGaze and look at each other]] before clasping hands and starring at the ocean together.
* In the first episode of the anime, Riko meets Chika when the former is about to jump into the still-chilly ocean, not aware of how cold it is at that time of year, and Chika [[TheGlomp glomps her]] to stop her from jumping in. They wind up falling in, and they share a cute scene on the beach at sunset as they dry off and get to know each other. It culminates in them holding hands, smiling at each other.
* The anime's second episode, being mainly focused on Riko, is practically dripping with Les Yay. Chika continually badgers Riko to become a school idol, dragging You along for the ride, while Riko apologetically declines. After a while Chika meets Riko alone on the beach, and Riko confides her past PerformanceAnxiety and her desire to hear the ocean. Chika immediately asks Riko to meet her on Sunday to try and hear the sound of the ocean. Riko is visibly touched by this. At the end of the episode, Riko is playing "Yume No Tobira" on her piano, when Chika appears at the window, revealing they are neighbors, and encouraging Riko to follow her heart. The last shot of the episode is the two straining over the edges of their balconies to touch hands, huge smiles on their faces.
* Taken UpToEleven in episode 10. The episode put heavy emphasis on how close they are, making it clear that they care about each other significantly to the point that Chika even tells Riko she should go preform at a Piano Recital instead of a Love Live preliminary since she wants her to do what she loves. But all of that pales in comparison to what happens in the ending, in which Riko outright declares to Chika that ''she loves her.'' [[https://twitter.com/HarryPulley/status/772072939781062656 Such passion!]]
* While episode 11 is mostly focused on You and her ambiguous feelings for Chika, there is still a little bit of subtext between Riko and Chika to go around. Firstly, when everybody says their farewells to Riko at the airport, Chika noticeably stares at the terminal for a bit after she leaves, a fact that doesn't escape You's notice. Later on when the third years find the original club application slip to form a School Idol band, they are noticeably surprised to realize that You was the first person to put her name down since they assumed that, due to her close relationship with Chika, Riko was the one to put her name down first.
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[[folder: Chika x You]]
* The Aquarium PV has some heavy subtext between Chika and You as it involves You arriving late to the aquarium and seeing [[BettyAndVeronica Chika chatting up with Riko]] which causes You to leave (helpfully the music that kicks in at this point is You saying "[[GratuitousEnglish I miss you]]". Afterwards she is shown looking quite morose by herself and Chika looks quite upset when she can't find her. You observes this [[ItMakesSenseInContext while she watches Riko in a walrus costume]] (which again the lyrics switch to English as the song says "I love you"). Finally Chika is able to recognise You inside the costume and, after You falls down the stairs in surprise, Chika tearfully hugs her and rubs her face on You's cheek.
* Episode 11 has You troubled over how close Chika and Riko have become; Mari blatantly suggests she's jealous that Riko took Chika away from her. Later, she imagines her "being honest with Chika" (as per Mari's suggestion) in three obviously LoveConfession-like scenarios, including a ''kabedon'' (again) where she asks Chika to choose between her and Riko, a situation that plays out like a shojo-esque AnguishedDeclarationOfLove, and [[Main/TheTriple proclaiming her devotion to Chika while wearing a walrus costume]]. She ends up [[Main/TheGlomp hugging Chika so forcefully that they fall on the ground]] while crying into her chest; looks like she took a page from Mari's book after all.
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WebVideo/TanoliadoTeam

[[folder: Hanamaru x Ruby]]
* Even just from the promotional material, we've gotten some LesYay between Hanamaru and Ruby - Hanamaru says she hopes to accumulate good karma so she can be friends with Ruby again in her next life, repeatedly calls her cute, and says that she aspires to be like her because she's 'dazzling', and their 'typical off-day schedule' includes them meeting up and then 'Date at Numazu City♡ (Shopping!)'
** The Aqours Valentines messages has the girls give chocolates to an unseen person (the viewer) and [[ShipTease generally being flustered about it]]. Hanamaru is the sole exception: she's nervous because the only person she's ever traded chocolates with on Valentines is Ruby. Her message basically has her talk about how she and Ruby make chocolates together, and then we get this gem:
---> '''Hanamaru:''' Yeah, I make chocolates with Ruby every year and we give ‘em to each other. Ahaha. I reckon one day we’ll be brides together too!
** The "Taking it Easy! Deep-Sea Aquarium!" audio drama CD has a some LesYay between Ruby and Hanamaru. Basically, after Hanamaru ends up buying Ruby a stuffed fish doll, Yoshiko DEMANDS to know why she didn't get one too. Hanamaru apologizes, claiming that she didn't think Yoshiko would want one, but Yoshiko insists that she does and ends up fighting with Ruby over the stuffed fish doll. Hanamaru then decides to hold a competition to see which of the 2 girls can best express their love for the stuffed doll. Ruby goes first and Hanamaru ''immediately'' declares Ruby to be the winner. Yoshiko goes afterwards and Hanamaru still declares Ruby to be the winner. Yoshiko is obviously upset, but Hanamaru claims that she's an [[BlatantLies impartial judge]]. She then asks Ruby to "do it again", and this time she's totally enamored by Ruby and her ridiculously cute declaration of love.
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[[folder: Kanan x Mari]]
* Mari and Kanan have gotten a fair amount of Les Yay ever since the start of the anime.
* In episode 6, Mari tells Kanan that she is Kanan's "stalker" during what appears to be a secret visit to Mari's house late at night.
* The whole pier scene from episode 8 played out more like two former lovers with Mari wanting to reconcile and Kanan not wanting to. Complete with Mari wearing a long white dress (which looks like something you'd see in a soap opera) and dramatic waves in the background. Not to mention her saying Kanan's name like one would say their lover's name.
* Episode 9 only added to Kanan and Mari's Les Yay. Kanan threw away something she loved to do for Mari's own well-being by throwing their concert so Mari wouldn't have to perform with her leg injury. She also lives up to the saying "if you love someone, let them go" in regards to encouraging Mari to study aboard.
** Their dramatic reconciling also added to that with the two tearfully hugging each other.
* In episode 10 [[https://66.media.tumblr.com/2999a909e8fd8675d342e929c47cae98/tumblr_ocxpgveZVm1uf1cdno1_540.jpg the two of them share a futon]] and Mari straight up [[https://67.media.tumblr.com/db324e8227145e3245961acc23941486/tumblr_ocxpgveZVm1uf1cdno2_540.jpg cuddles into Kanan's bosom.]]
* In the first episode of the second season Mari claims that she gained some weight. Kanan [[BridalCarry picks her up]] saying that she didn't, implying that it's not the first time Mari is princess carried.
* The fourth episode has Dia mentions that Kanan and Mari's relationship recovered so quick despite the conflict between them in the first season. Kanan and Mari reacted by holding hands. They also generally acts just like parents that found about their daughter's awkwardness in socializing.
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[[folder: Mari x Dia]]
* Mari ''loves'' to tease Dia and is fairly affectionate towards her in general. The two of them generally have a excellent (comedic) chemistry with each other.
* [[http://i.imgur.com/GZwPmNA.png Very]] [[http://i.imgur.com/ixT7jQ8.png affectionate]] indeed.
* In Episode 7, Mari provokes Dia enough for Dia to resort to the ''kabedon'', a romance trope common enough in shoujo manga to be considered cliché. The nature of the action makes it very unlikely the writers chose it without noticing the connotations.
* The early stages of the series had Dia/Mari as the more prominent 3rd year pairing until the anime decidedly leaned more towards Kanan/Mari.
** A lot of fans noted how Dia and Mari's relationship had [=NozoEli=] vibes, which is arguably the most popular ship from the previous series.
** As Dia is a stereotypical Nadeshiko Yamato and Mari is pulling the 'foreign girl' card, a lot of people already shipped them before they had a lot of interaction.
** Especially in earlier depictions of the characters, Dia and Mari were remarkably much seen together.
* In the Drama CD's, Mari is told to stop talking about herself, so she decides to switch the subject of the conversation to Dia.
* In Aqours' Gallery from March 2016, Dia states multiple times how beautiful Mari looks in a kimono with descriptions like, "I was pretty surprised by Mari’s brilliantly shining face".
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[[folder: Other]]
* When Chika, Riko and You go around advertising their first live to meet the audience quota Mari set for them, You demonstrates her natural charisma and seems to immediately gain several fans. At one point we see a picture of her saluting with almost a crowd of them. Naturally, none are guys.
* You seems to be increasingly drawn to Riko as well, leading to natural ThreesomeSubtext. This culminates in episode 6; when Chika collapsed after her failed stunt attempt, You and Riko hold her hand and reassure her that her training was not in vain. OT3?
* [[ChildhoodFriends Hanamaru and Yoshiko]] have their moments as well with both of them being very touchy with each other. [[https://twitter.com/LL_Wikia/status/854538708548071424 This official illustration]] in particular is a favorite of [=YoshiMaru=] shippers, since not only are they paired along with the other heavily hinted at pairings of the series ([=YouChikaRiko=] and [=KanaMari=]), they're also the only ones ''not looking at the camera.''
* Ruby and Dia are ''also'' shipped with each other as, unsurprisingly enough, a number of fans support IncestYayShipping rather than normal, platonic, sisterly love.
** [[spoiler:[[UpToEleven Taken up to eleven]] in their Duo song "Manatsu wa Dare no Mono?", and further strengthened in their VAs' performance as Inferno Phoenix at the 2nd Live, ''especially that one part where Arisa and Ai's faces got within kissing distance.'']]
* In the "Live Action special" video, Chika kisses a coelacanth which turns out to be Ruby, [[spoiler:despite the fact this takes place in Riko's dream.]]
* Near the end of Season 2's first episode, Chika does a flip on a pull-up bar. The next shot shows Riko and You visibly blushing and [[EatingTheEyeCandy keeping their eyes open with their fingers.]] It's more likely than not that they got a peek up her skirt.
* In episode 3, when Yoshiko and Dia prepared to fight it out in a rock-paper-scissor, Hanamaru smacks Yoshiko's ''behind'', leading to her victory. Yoshiko even sounds embarrassed afterwards.
* The episode 5 of season 2 teases a fan-favorite couple, Riko x Yoshiko/[[PortmanteauCoupleName YohaRiko]]. This is their bonding episode, so they're always together, even having a "date"-like scene in the rain when waiting for the dog.
** Come next episode, Riko is influenced by Yoshiko's chuunibyou tendencies and they start debating like a pair of villain characters. Yoshiko then nicknames Riko "my little demon Lily" with lilies ({{Yuri}} in Japanese) being an explicit Japanese symbol for love between two women. Subtle as a brick. [[note]]Bonus points for "Lily" being Yoshiko's actual nickname for Riko in Dengeki G's Magazine and SIF.[[/note]]
--> You: "What's going on?"
--> Chika: "'Lily'?"
--> Hanamaru: "They sure must've fallen hard, ''zura''."
--> Ruby: "Yeah."
--> Riko: "It's not like that!"
* In chapter 14 of the Love Live Sunshine manga Ruby meets Yoshiko for the first time and spends an inordinate amount of time gushing about how pretty she is and hopes that she can be friends with her. It definitely comes off as Ruby developing a little bit of a crush on Yoshiko.
* Like the mothers in the previous ''Love Live!'' anime, several of the Aqours members' mothers are shipped with each other, with the most popular ship being Riko's and Yoshiko's mother.
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[[FanFic/FateFutureAndGravity Fate, Future, and Gravity]]

Tropers/{{Storygirl000}}

Fate, Future & Gravity is a Crossover of Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica and Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure made by [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/4462408/FoxOnPie FoxOnPie]] that takes place during the timeframe of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStoneOcean Stone Ocean]] and retells the original Madoka anime's events. The fic can be found on Fanfiction.net [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10440292/1/Fate-Future-and-Gravity here]]. There are also versions of this fic on Spacebattles and Sufficient Veloctiy [[https://forums.spacebattles.com/threads/fate-future-and-gravity-jojo-x-pmmm.314515/ here]] and [[https://forums.sufficientvelocity.com/threads/fate-future-and-gravity-jojo-x-pmmm.3296/ here]] respectively.

WikiWord test, because that's what newbies do.
* Example paragraph test. These are amazing
** What happens if I do this?

My name is ''Tropers/EspeonArcaninePines''

* bzzzt* wrong!

ComicBook/LumberjanesGothamAcademy

WebOriginal/TheSuperDinosaurs

Awesome/MasksOfAygrima
* HighschoolOfTheDead
* HighSchoolOfTheDeadhome
* ComicBook/TheComingOfGalactus
* ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy
{{HolographicTerminal}}Mode

I have no idea what I'm doing, but hey, you have to start from somewhere right?

After seeing the [[JustForFun/TheDancingCavalier page]] for the [[ShowWithinAShow movie within a movie]] in Film/SingingInTheRain, I was inspired. JustForFun/DonJuanTriumphant

Fanfic/InfinityLegionHeroesUnite

Fanfic/LegacyOfTheRedSun

BladeUnderMask
* VideoGame/XComUFODefense
* VideoGame/XCOMUFODefense

Coming soon:
WebVideo/DrawWithJazza

1988: Frog Suit Mario

2017: [[https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_asset/file/8679377/vlcsnap_2017_06_13_13h03m04s936.jpg Frog Mario]]

* [[http://saki.wikia.com/wiki/Yuuki_Kataoka ''Taco The Anime'']] is bestest Why-Fu.
* TheUntwist: InUniverse example, and provides the trope image. At the end of the ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' DLC "The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned", Dr. Ned is revealed to actually be behind the zombie outbreak, to no one's surprise.
-->'''Title Card:''' Dr. Ned -- (turns out he's the bad guy… [[SarcasmMode who knew?]])
* NightmareFuel
* ActorAllusion
* MarySue

Literature/BendSinister


Literature/BrewstersMillions

Film/BrewstersMillions

[[folder:The trope isn't "the developer added a lot of little details." Gonna see what can be cut here. If I understand right anything the game outright tells you that you can do should probably get cut. Very basic mechanics that a player is likely to come across could get cut too.]]

(This is almost definitely gonna fudge up the order, which might not bother most people but I could just simply look at the current version on [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild the page]] and re-arrange them. I dunno.)

! Header 1
!! Unsorted

!!I'm just seeing what this button does

* I think this is a bullet
** This one is a sub bullet
* CoolBigSis yay it worked

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THING IN FOLDER
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* DevelopersForesight:
** You know those rocks that the Bokoblins can throw at you? [[https://youtu.be/_XU-QcMCgQk?t=10m7s You can bat them back.]]
** The game offers multiple methods of solving puzzles and fighting enemies that the player may not think of doing at first. For example, you can use a board to cross a gap to reach a chest, or you could simply use Magnesis to transport the chest right to you.
** The classic [[LaserGuidedKarma Cucco storm]] that happens if you strike a Cucco multiple times across just about every game in the series can also happen to ''enemies'' if you get them to strike the bird.
** The CuttingTheKnot solution to the Myahm Agana shrine was apparently discovered by the devs during development, and they decided SureWhyNot, and left it in as another possible solution.
** Metallic equipment can be used to make conductive paths for certain electricity-based puzzles. This makes it possible to complete Vah Nabooris without finding the second power orb, among others.
** When you find a memory, Link will get the Sheikah Slate out and look at its associated photo, but [[spoiler:the final memory's photo is on the wall of Impa's house, so when Link finds that memory, he just stands there looking around for a few seconds instead... but if you take a photo of the photo on Impa's wall, Link will get out the Slate and look at the photo of the photo, like he does for the other memories.]]
** The Gerudo Secret Club is a place where Greta illegally sells male clothing, and it requires a password to get inside it. So, if you change out your Gerudo clothing in that place, the Gerudo Guards will not be alerted that a man is in their town.
** ''Extremely'' difficult, but if you manage to enter Zora's Domain without meeting Sidon at Inogo Bridge, you'll get a fully voiced cutscene from him when you first enter the throne room, as seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuhOvI-Jx1Y here.]] Sidon will act polite and encouraging towards Link normally, but he'll be dismissive (at first) and a bit distant towards him if you intrude on him in the throne room since he hasn't met you yet and you're barging into the royal chambers uninvited.
** If the player is unlucky enough to have no room in their inventory for the Zora Armour, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlUCYVYAtgM King Donephan will remark on it and tell them to come back once they've sold something.]] Same goes for the Zora who gives you the Zora Greaves for the Lynel sidequest, as well as with Vilia at the Kara Kara Bazaar. The latter will even offer to buy armour from the player if they have no room to hold the Gerudo clothing necessary to enter Gerudo Town!
** Similar dialogue also exists if the player has no room for food in their inventory and completes a cooking sidequest in Kakariko Village or Lurelin Village.

!! I don't see the problem
JustForFun/DonJuanTriumphant

** If you ''somehow'' manage to drop the Master Sword after obtaining it (which pretty much requires a glitch, as it's a ClingyMcGuffin that you can't drop through normal means), it will return to [[spoiler:the Lost Woods where you found it]], complete with a unique message telling you as much. [As stated, dropping the Master Sword requires some sort of glitch.]
** If you throw a rusty weapon at an Octorok on Death Mountain, it'll suck the weapon up and spit it back at you with all the rust cleaned off. [This is something players are unlikely to try, or notice the lack of rust. Octoroks are easier to be dealt with via arrows anyway.]
** If you manage to make too many objects appear in the game world by glitching or hacking that it would cause the game to crash, it will instead attempt to automatically trigger a Blood Moon, clearing the excess objects in the process. [This counts as it's the game's response to an attempted glitch exploit.]
** Hinoxes are not normally placed near deep water nor do they seem intended to be fought in it. However, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNWoPhJ0ykg they have a swimming animation]]. [You'll have to go out of your way to lure them in to water.]
** Find a clever way to get around a gate without actually solving the necessary puzzle to open it? If it is an enclosed room, the door will probably open up behind you so that you are not trapped inside. This can happen in Vah Naboris if you use some very well-timed gliding to get over a gate that normally requires powering two conduits to open (the same one can also be bypassed with metallic equipment). It will then slam closed once you leave the room. [From what I played this is pretty difficult to do; I haven't actually managed to do that myself.]
** If you somehow manage to solve the first shrines without retrieving the runes you're supposed to use to complete them, [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7T1UH4V0AAfIfE.jpg the monks will not allow you to finish until you get them.]] [See the above note; that seems ''extremely'' difficult to do.]

!! Gonna ask about cutting/more suitable for UnexpectedlyRealisticGameplay

* Fire works in incredibly dynamic ways that would give Videogame/FarCry2 a run for its money. Wooden weapons can be lit on fire using fire sources such as torches or campfires, and even other on-fire weapons. This extends to arrows as well, which can also be lit on fire by dipping your arrow into the flame. As such, it's possible to create a makeshift fire arrow if you have a lit sconce or torch next to you. Putting these facts together, it's possible to take out an entire enemy camp's array of weaponry by creating a campfire and launching flame-tipped arrows onto their weapons. [This wasn't even in the proper indentation. But that aside, IIRC one of the loading screens outright tells you about flammable weapons. ''Maybe'' the part about other weapons that are on fire can stay.]
** Being near Death Mountain causes everything wooden to be set on fire. This includes ''Bomb Arrows'', meaning an unlucky player may suddenly eat an explosion to the face if they try to use them to kill something. [The Eldin region is a major location in the game, and bomb arrows are a powerful weapon. It's very likely that an unknowing player would try to use bomb arrows in Eldin.]
** Dropping raw food on the ground while in Death Mountain will have food be cooked in the same way as cooking over a fire. It's not surprising to find food inside crates that are already cooked from the extreme heat. This even gets lampshaded by a Goron chef who mentions that he's losing business due to his customers realizing they can just toss their food outside to cook instead of buying the food from him. [IIRC there's an NPC in Goron City who outright tells you this, as well as a load screen.]
** There's also less graceful examples the developers put in to make sure the player ''can't'' do certain things too soon or out of order.
*** It's totally possible to safely leave the Great Plateau without a paraglider. However, Link will randomly shout out and collapse, teleporting you back. [A mechanic that can be witnessed by trying to leave the Great Plateau pre-glider.]
*** You can try to reach the Divine Beasts without doing the necessary story bits, but you will be forever stopped by the fact that they never properly load until you see those scenes, since while the beasts are technically part of the main map, the dungeons themselves aren't. [[note]]In other words: They're not even rendered as solids, just graphics you can walk or fall through, until properly activated.[[/note]] [Vah Ruta maybe, as that one actually blasts you with water if you bother Cryonising your way through or trying to glide from a higher point, but having the others as non-solid models that don't do anything (it's possible to directly reach Naboorus before the lightning hit with a bug) really doesn't seem like foresight so much as it is just a bug.]
*** You can't unlock the memories unless you talk to Impa about them first, even if you unlocked the photos that leads to the memories. [That's just the game enforcing order. One of the memories is right by a unique horse statue, so players who are just exploring might encounter it pre-Impa.]
** Elemental enemies take elemental weakness into account. If you use a fire weapon on an ice type enemy, it dies in one hit (and vice versa). [ElementalRockPaperScissors is already its own trope. The game tells you outright about using elemental weaknesses in a loading screen.]
** During the trek through the Great Plateau, you're supposed to cook something for the Old Man that he'll trade for some warmer clothes (since one of the shrines is on a cold mountaintop). If you make it to the summit of Mount Hylia without getting the Warm Doublet, the Old Man will be amazed that you made it there and will just give it to you. There's even a third option: if you go to the Old Man's house after getting the paraglider and ''still'' haven't gotten the Warm Doublet, said clothes will be inside a chest (with the old man leaving a note in his diary with him saying he's impressed you managed it). [This is more like an aversion of PermanentlyMissableContent. The Great Plateau gives you plenty of peppers to be able to make cold-resistant food which will let you go up there.]
** Chuchu Jelly itself is reactive. Drop any kind in a fire, and it turns red. Drop it in freezing water, it turns white, drop it in a shrine electrical field, it turns yellow. (Lightning just evaporates them.) If you are willing to use up a jelly, you can covert batches of 5 (4) by dropping one color, 4 others, and shooting the color with an arrow. The elemental field converts the remaining 4. (Dropping more than 4 will just vanish). Dropping a Chuchu Jelly in an enemy's path and shooting it with an arrow is a cheaper way to use an elemental attack without using an elemental arrow. [While a nice detail, this isn't "developer plans for something extremely unlikely for players to do" so much as "a mechanic most players probably wouldn't do on their own." The closest I could think of that might count is the fact that Shrine electricity changes the jelly too, but even that's a stretch.]
** Some characters react differently depending on how you talk to them. For example, Paya tells you to get dressed if you talk to her naked, and Purah tells you to get off the table if you speak to her while standing on it. ["It's not just about specific reactions where they could've just put a generic one..."]
** The four main story quests have different dialog depending on the order they're completed in. In particular, after the first, Link goes from hesitantly agreeing to try and calm the Divine Beasts to confidently asserting that it's possible. There's even dialogue variants based on whether you've got the Master Sword or not, starting with the first encounter with Impa onward. [Again, "not just about specific reactions where they couldn't just put a generic one."]
** Rain will make a Fire Keese's flames to go out and eventually cause it to die. [Cool but it's not that hard to have Fire Keese in a rainy section.]
** Temperature can affect ingredients. Dumping stuff like apples or mushrooms into frozen rivers and then picking them back up will freeze them, allowing them to be used and eaten. Certain foods also taste better frozen. It even affects monster parts (like getting Red Chuchu Jelly if you kill a standard Chuchu with fire). [Game tells you this, it's another case that's not "developer plans for the player to do something unusual" as it is "extra little detail."]
** It's possible to obtain the full set of Rubber Armor (which provides immunity against electricity and even against lightning as a set bonus at level 2) before setting foot into any of the Divine Beasts, but the lightning around Vah Naboris is too intense to survive without the Thunder Helm, to ensure that the player cannot skip the Yiga Clan hideout. ["Game has a special road block even with something normally immune to that kind of thing" doesn't seem like something that can be considered being far ahead of the player. It just seems like a way of striking down a possible loophole.]
** The game's physics are highly impressive, especially in conjunction with the weather system in place. For example, during a thunderstorm, lightning becomes attracted to metal. Wearing metal weaponry? Sparks will shoot off of them, a precursor to Link being struck by lightning. Since you get a few seconds of prep time before getting struck, a smart player may decide to whip out a metal weapon, use it long enough for lightning to try to strike it, and then ''toss it towards an enemy'', setting the unfortunate sap to be electrocuted. [This is just "the mechanics are kind of realistic."]
** The weather system is highly detailed and affects lots of different little things. It gets colder the higher you go in altitude, and rain makes rocks harder to climb as they become slippery. Rainwater will also pool naturally and evaporate when the sun comes out. [Details are not the same thing as the developer planning steps ahead of what the player might do.]
** Wielding a weapon with [[ElementalWeapon Fire Element or Ice Element]] can keep you warm in cold areas and vice-versa, cool in hot areas. [Same as above.]
** In the StealthBasedMission in the Yiga Clan Hideout, getting spotted by one of the Yiga Blademasters has three effects: closing the gate to the next room (preventing progress), spawning in two Yiga Footsoldiers, and alerting all Yiga Blademasters (who can OneHitKill Link) to Link's presence. As a result, it almost guaranteed that the player will get a Game Over... the key word being "almost". As shown in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6fU2l06vbA this video]], if the player survives the onslaught and defeats all of the Yiga clansmen, the closed gates will reopen (complete with the classic "puzzle solved" jingle) and allow the player to continue onward. [This is basically "game throws a lot of enemies but will continue if the player beats them." ''Paper Mario'' does the same thing if you fail the quizzes. If the enemies are intended to be literally invincible yet can be glitched to death, and ''then'' the gates open anyway, ''that'' would fit the trope more.]

DevelopersForesight/{{Undertale}}'s next. Maybe.

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[[https://www.spriters-resource.com/pc_computer/mariomissing/sheet/19021/ "Not only that, but they disturbingly detailed Luigi's buttocks from behind."]]

* Carp:
** Roxie's appearance in Gigadeon normally has BarbieDollAnatomy, but there is exactly one frame ([[ ninth row, third column]]) where her [[BodyHorror "breasts"]] have some odd-looking shading where they definitely should not be even in a T-rated game.

^ And no offense, but given the sprite designer for that game, I'm pretty sure that's intentional.

[[folder:No]]

[I'm mostly just leaving this to remind myself of a few plot elements, like Misogywood and the Forgotten Beast.]
* ''Ultimate Chaotic Mysterious Dark Power'':
** "IN THE NAME OF THE NEW QUEEN!" [[spoiler:Jeff (the Gnome)]]
** [I'm way past the point where he's killed but I honestly don't remember what he said and right now can't be half-assed to look. No offense to "Headhunters" but I'm pretty sure if I can single out a supernatural creature from the show I have the absolute least fun in writing it'd probably be these guys because I'd have to look up who each figure is based on and it just sounds overly-complicated given my fear of not properly capturing a charater's voice/diction right.] "" [[spoiler:Wax Sherlock Holmes]]
** "Wait, this...! I knew it! That stupid cher--" [[spoiler:Mable the Typomonster/The Pride Devil]]
** "I mean, sis, is fighting him even a good idea?" [[spoiler:Moo' Lord/The Wrath Devil]]
** "Hey! I thought you valued the importance of twins! If you're going to kill him, kill me too! ...Thank you." [[spoiler:Moon Lady/The Envy Devil]]
** "Run, lil snowman with a big butt!" [[spoiler:Teeth/The Sloth Devil]]
** "YOU GOTTA BE SHITTING ME!" [[spoiler:The Fucking Frost/The Greed Devil]]
** "IF ONLY I ''COULD'' CONSUME YOUR POWER... I guess... your equal will have to be ''naturally'' strong." [[spoiler:Blob Thingy/The Gluttony Devil]]
** "WHAT WOULD KIDS GET FROM THIS, HUH?" [[spoiler:Misogywood]]
** "...But I don't eat. Anything." [[spoiler:The Summerween Trickster]] (That was in response to being told "EAT THIS!")
** "HIT ME WITH EVERYTHING YOU GOT! DO NOT HOLLLLLLD BACK!" [[spoiler:Rumble [=McSkirmish=]. FYI, he didn't get his wish: Dipper was ''still'' technically holding back.]]
** "Oh, come on! At least that was more exciting than rolling another 8!" [[spoiler:Probabilitor the Annoying]]
** "Do you really think life like this will ever get fun? Everyone trying to kill you, or kill each other to keep you. Listen Pine Tree, I thought having unlimited power would be fun. But it isn't. After crushing your trillionth planet, things get old. What are you going to be in just one year? Ten? A million? Nothing, that's what. You're already empty inside, just like I am! Except ''you'' are spoiled about it, and you don't even ''try'' to look like you have meaning on the outside! Well, I'll see you when the Angel of Extra Death finally claims your life!" [[spoiler:Bill Cipher]]
** "Hey, kid. If you wanna have some ''real'' fun... '''deep''' under ground is a shiny, light blue metal. Adamantine. Just keep digging through that. Or punch a big hole in it. You'll see..." [[spoiler:Ailkird Badgee, Forgotten Beast]]
** "...I miss the times when it was just ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'', back under its old name. I think I really jumped the shark with ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite''..." [[spoiler:Great Pikmin Fan. Yes, GPF killed off his own Author Avatar. This is not the first time in his stories as a whole.]]

----

-->''Illusions about lost loves? A magic-brought fatigue that makes you just want to give up? Pfft. I can't even list a third example because none of the other Devils tried that. But this... this... is what will make you say goodbye to all of your progress, and will return your lives to the status quo that they deserve to be in. SCREW AUTUMN! IT'S OVERRATED! ENJOY YOUR ETERNAL SUMMER... '''MOTHERFUCKERS!'''''
->--Mable the Typomonster.

'''The Shine''' is the ultimate secret Spiral Power-countering weapon developed by Mable the Typomonster/the Pride Devil in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', and supposedly her hidden trump card. It has the ability to somehow turn a person's Spiral Energy "against them" and causes them to mentally revert to a time prior to actually tapping in to any of the energy. In other words, it's a beam that erases positive character development at the least, and "Flanderizes" (Mable's own words) them at worst. The power is inspired by the Glow from the ''Scott Pilgrim'' franchise, which also relies on manipulating its target's emotions and is tied to the main antagonist.

!! Description

The Shine initially appears as a white beam of light that starts in Mable's hands. Unlike her usual lasers (this explains why she doesn't just blow up Mabel's party then and there), it is able to go through the group's spiral shield defenses. When the "main sixteen" characters of ''Journals'', the three Journals themselves, the Golden Godddesses, and Modascend all make it to the Cathedral in Chapter 9 (shortly following the deaths of the Wrath and Envy Devils), Mable instantly blasts the group with the Shine. This causes the Sixteen's heads to start "being shiny," and it physically manifests their old selves before even the events of ''Gravity Falls'' canon.

It is stated that the Shine needs a "recharge time" of one year, despite Mable's near-omnipotence otherwise.

!! Effects

The exact effects of the Shine can vary widely from person-to-person, but it generally inhibits rational thought and emotional growth. The Shine also tends to make its victims more violent and aggressive, as Melody under its effects challenged co-presidential candidate Ryan Christian to a fight that she otherwise would not have tried to do. In Chapter 9, Mable blasts the "main sixteen" characters of ''Journals'' with the Shine, but only the Main Sixteen. The following list describes how they were effected:
*

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[[folder:Yes, the "Extended Zodiac" is why I'm doing this]]

[[caption-width-right:350:And yes, LOLCAT is back.]]

How exactly would one [[Describe describe]] ''Bl:oo<dswap: Would This Even Count as a Spinoff?'' Well... a good start would be that it is a ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' fan fic about Nepeta. Specifically, it's set in a bizarre "alternate alpha timeline"[[note]]This means that the fan fic's events proper, unless otherwise stated, take place in the "alpha timeline," which is '''not''' the same as canon's. WordOfGod firmly disproved the idea that the story would end with the reveal that it's all just a doomed timeline compared to the canon comic, and in fact these are two completely seperate storylines.[[/note]] that involves Alternia having been plagued with Nepetas: every single one of the original trolls is replaced with a Nepeta. They play SGRUB together, using their blood colors -- and later, signs -- to tell themselves apart, as all of them go by the exact same name for no reason other than RuleOfFunny.

What starts out as seemingly the premise for a "shitpost" joke fic takes itself pretty damn seriously, and MindScrew ensues. Notably, each following chapter is set out to answer at least one question raised by the previous one -- while also raising a few more questions. The fic is intentionally meant to feel very overwhelming and bizarre, all leading up to a finale that acts as a major MindScrewdriver. There's a reason why one of its main concept images is an MS Paint scribble of Nepeta having a flower spawn out of her forehead which opens to reveal [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] and [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] making out naked while Homer has a visible "Brimstone" sign (as it appears in ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'') on his ass. And yes, something like that happens briefly in the story proper.

Originally titled ''Bl:oo<dswap: Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'' and practically a completely different story back then (or, at least, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen going to be]]), the story fell behind a bit as Fan lost interest in canon and set his sights on to expanding the world he built of his ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' fan fic starting with ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse''. The reasoning for the odd-sounding title is because the "Nepetaswap" concept dates back to ''Webcomic/SweetJadeAndHellaJohn'', an intentionally poorly-written fanventure that featured minor characters in the form of various bloodswaps of Nepeta. ''Guess'' was named that as it is a "spinoff" in the sense that the same template characters exist, but in a completely different world. After the reveal of the Extended Zodiac, Fan retooled it a bit -- now that the Nepetas go by the zodiac signs rather than color-swapped Leos, he felt that they would come off as too different from the Nepetas in SJAHJ. Hence, ''Would This Even Count as a Spinoff?''

!!

* AmbiguouslyHuman:
** The consorts of LORAM are, against the usual reptillian and amphibian standard, apparently humans. According to Fan's concept images, they are supposed to look far more realistic than ''Homestuck''[='=]s own style -- they have actual skin tones, detailed faces, and are never drawn in "hero mode" or like the guardians (all of them are adults). However, they are video game constructs, and on a troll's land nontheless. Fan compares this to the troll equivalent of a human's game having an alien world to go to.
* ArcSymbol:
** The Leviathan Cross, AKA the alchemic symbol used for sulfur. The story denies that it is simply a badly-drawn [[http://hs.hiveswap.com/ezodiac/truesign.php?TS=Armino Armino sign,]] and that it is instead its own thing. [[spoiler:It is ]]
* CerebusSyndrome: Intentional and planned from the beginning. The fic at first looks like it's just going to be a pure joke "shitpost" story with how it's set up. However, as more gets elaborated on ''why'' there are multiple Nepetas running around in the first place, everything begins to take itself a lot more seriously. The odd elements stop being played for SurrealHumor and edge closer to SurrealHorror,
* DivergentCharacterEvolution:
** Intentional and invoked design-wise. At the beginning, all 288 Nepetas look damn-near identical. The only differences are their jacket colors, signs, horns (barely in a lot of cases), and both Leo and Cancer are wearing hats. After the first three year time skip, they have different outfits and
* HairTriggerTemper:
** Pisces, on a bad day (which is roughly every other day). Unlike most of the highblood Nepetas, Pisces is openly based on the general theory/"pattern" that higher-blooded trolls are more violent. Given that she openly attacks people with almost no provocation and bears ''enormous'' golden claws, being near her is not a good idea.
* LightIsNotGood:
** [[spoiler:Cancer Nepeta is associated with bright blood colors (mutant red ''and'' her "base" lime), constantly talks about purification, and enjoys neon lights. She's the closest thing the story has to a Dragon, and her mannerisms are explicitely confirmed by GPF to be inspired by Bill Cipher, although she has far more redeeming traits.]]
* MythologyGag:
** The fic's tagline is a reference to the original ''Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'' Leo Nepeta (Just "Olive" back then) originally had a completely different Land from the canonical Nepeta, to tie in with the story's symbolism and [[spoiler:supposedly justified under her being under the Karkat disguise at the time. She still is here, so Fan just changed his mind on that detail]]
** Land of Realism and Metropolises (AKA New Hank City) contains a metric ''ton'' of references to GPF's past fanwork, mostly seen in billboards. WordOfGod says that these are simple cameos bordering on non-canon, and should not be taken in to deep consideration:
*** There is a Starbucks-like coffee place called Stelzash. This has the exact same name as the Starbucks counterpart in ''Ordinarily United'' and its sequel/spinoff.
** Jake spends three years coming up with a theory that Leo-Nepeta's (and also Cancer-Nepeta, the only two with hats) hat is alive and will become the BigBad. [[spoiler:This is actually true of the Gainax Ending of ''Paper John: Sticker Star''.]]
* ShoutOut:
** One of the many Lands is [[VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey a huge, New York City-based metro region with relatively realistically drawn humans that contrast with the far more simplistic "video game-y" style of everyone else. The fic has a "trailer" (at the end of Total Zeksmit Plains) first describing the city, before Nepeta leaps out of a manhole. Also, hats play an important role in the plot.]]
** Another Land is much like one of the Zones from ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}''.
* SpiritualAntithesis: To ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', although it was originally planned to be a "sister fic" to ''run:gifocalypse'' instead. EFFI is a ''Gravity Falls'' fan fic with a number of ''Homestuck''-like elements[[note]]It was originally going to be a more evenly-balanced "history" through GPF's past words, with the first arc being like ''Total Drama'' and the ending hinting towards his ''Binding of Isaac'' fan projects and his "Six Sages" joke that he started a bit after his "''Homestuck'' era," but he could not find a good way to impliment references to those[[/note]] that takes what seems like a serious premise and intentionally half-asses it. This is a ''Homestuck'' fan fic with a number of ''Gravity Falls''-like elements that takes what seems like a joke idea and deconstructs the ever-loving hell out of it, turning it in to an enormous MindScrew.
* TakeThat:
** The Nepetas end up playing a "full release" of Sgrub, which turns out to be an extremely bad idea, as it's plagued with microtransactions. Basically, this is GPF's way of getting on the "DLC jokes" bandwagon. Eventually, Pisces just punches a keyboard of a computer with the game installed, and that somehow miraculously bypasses the need to pay real money to avoid the meteor apocalypse.
* WhamLine:
** Probably one of the biggest is when the Nepetas pass through a Dream Bubble. [[spoiler:Thought this AU was with the troll world having Nepetas completely instead of the other trolls?]]
--->[[spoiler:carcinoGeneticist [CG] began trolling arsenicCatnip [AC] ]]\\
[[spoiler:CG: FINALLY.]]

|| First/Second Letter || '''X''' || '''Y''' || '''G''' || '''T''' ||
|| '''X''' || Rust\\
[--Ex: acetoneAlley--] || Olive\\
[--Ex: arsenicCatnip--] || Blue/Cobalt\\
[--Ex: adorabloodGrip--] || Bronze\\
[--Ex: adorablyTerminating--] ||
|| '''Y''' || Violet\\
[--Ex: chromophilicAquarium--] || Fuchsia\\
[--Ex: catfishCuller--] || Lime/Bright Red\\
[--Ex: catGirl--] || Indigo\\
[--Ex: calicosTail--] ||
|| '''G''' || Jade (signs)\\
[--Ex: growlingAether--] || Teal\\
[--Ex: gnawingCatwoodsmonster--] || Jade and Jane || John (formerly) and Jake ||
|| '''T''' || Gold\\
[--Ex: twinAwesomepaws--] || Purple\\
[--Ex: tabbyooCute--] || Dave and Roxy || Rose and Dirk ||

(I changed a few of the trolltags. acetoneAlleycat -> just acetoneAlley, for example.)

"X" and "Y" vary depending on the "row" of the Extended Zodiac. In the case of the "True" signs/main twelve Nepetas, X is A, and Y is C.

...

No, the old BS:GWGAS would have developed in to a weird stupid thing with loads of Nepetas turning in to kaiju with altered blood colors and shit. I'm not kidding when I say I think my Mega Satan-Homer Simpson hybrid that looks like some naked huge yellow man with blood lasers is a better idea.

!! My favorite sprite idea will return in the remade SJAHJ

-->''This article is about the remade ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''. For information on the character's webcomic SJAHJ self, see Davosesprite (Webcomic).''

'''Davosesprite''' is a major character in the remade ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''.

* Name: Davosesprite (Past Future Dream Dave Strider mixed with Dream Rose Lalonde, sprite-fused)
* Age:
** Each componenet: 13 as of 2012 (Born December 3rd and 4th, 1999)
** As a sprite: One day (Created February 14 2012)
* Status:

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Shoot, I was thinking of killing this off after the next chapter (which was the "finale" in-universe, but I would be scrapping a post-game Aftermath and a special I promised years ago), but this "finale" is so damn fun to write. Getting ''Total Drama'' nostalgia. Not counting the part where I was an asshole. Anyway, TZP tropes for Chapter 11]]

* OverlyLongGag:
** In the final challenge, when Ezekiel says that he blew his budget on the challenge prior, which was underwhelming for a number of reasons. When he says this (which happens twice), we get two confessionals showing almost '''everybody''' laughing at him -- the first time, it's the final two and the staff. The second time, it's the eliminated contestants. Fan even takes advantage of this to sneak in some "other" characters laughing, as he assumed some of the readers would gloss over the list. Kathy making a cameo there isn't that surprising, but [[spoiler:Blaineley was apparently in the site around then, and so was Sierra. These are the only appearances of the latter two until the very end of the chapter.]]

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise:
** ''Ordinarily United'', as per Fan/[=DeepWater=]'s norm, features a lot of nudity and claims to have ''very'' mild anime inspiration, but it gives the idea that it's going to be an {{ecchi}} romp of some sort. This would turn off people who do not like nudity in general, let alone fanservice. However, OU is specifically a part deconstruction, part mock of common fanservice trope -- the Unitias in particular were made to be close to the exact opposite of common fanservice ideals [...] ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' also has a number of casually-naked characters, but to a lesser extent, and it spends more of its energy on developing said Intriguing Group as they become the heroes to take down BLOODSHOT.
* EstablishingSeriesMoment:
** The story begins by establishing this celebrity hero known as the "Knight Astronaut" (in his secret identity, he goes by Carlson). Shortly after we get an in-universe saturday morning cartoon of him, we see him walking home from his job only to be interrupted by a gigantic dome of shadow looming over the entire city. Carlson, looking bored, throws a boomerang at it and kills it. Shortly after that, Stella's beginning shows her rather dull job working at a Starbucks counterpart having some wolf-headed robot asking where Knight Astronaut is. She dismisses him as a drunk hero, establishing just how ''weird'' the world is.
**
* When viewing the left sides of the [=HRTs=], they each form a general outline of their number. Swinging Blade's large feet/paws form the "base" of the number 1, while his fur sticking down and ahead of him form the top part. Blazing Fast's odd bend makes him resemble the number 2. Assily Blast's seat curvature and hat form a loose number 3. Not counting the triangular "eye pieces," DEATH MECHA resembles a 4 with a very long "bottom part." The Dragon's usual curled up pose forms a number 5 when viewing him from the same angle as seeing the others. Girlaser's "skate fire trails" end up looking like the circular part of the number 6. Dudenergy's general "leaning back" pose combined with his hat make him resemble the number 7. Big Suit, being wide and heavy, resembles an 8, with the lighter parts of him acting as the "holes" in the numberal. And finally, take any Unitia (Origin or otherwise), and her huge breasts and overly tall thin frame brings to mind the number 9.

* EstablishingSeriesMoment: ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' first appears to be establishing itself as a standard action anime-inspired action story, albeit one where the protagonist is a middle-aged man that's a blatant expy of [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] (with wind and plant powers). Then comes the third chapter in "Volume 1," where an air dancer bursts in through a bank's doors riding on a ''T. rex'', yelling "EVERYBODY GET DOWN! THIS IS A FUCKING STICKUP!" The heroes in the bank at the time take this threat very seriously, and to a lesser extent so does the narrative, despite him having a design that screams NarmCharm. This also has zero foreshadowing[[note]]While making the finishing touches to Volume 1, Fan ''considered'' having Steve put his flyer underneath a "WANTED" poster for Inflatable Tube Guy and hoping that the readers would chalk it up to a NoodleIncident unaware that the two will be fighting one chapter later, but felt that it would have more impact if absolutely nothing was leading up to this[[/note]]. '''That's''' when it hits the readers that this isn't soley seriousness and [[WidgetSeries a lot of really bizarre shit will be happening,]] mainly in relation to the villains. Yet it's played straight in-universe.

* WeirdnessCensor:
** This was averted in ''run:gifocalypse'' and ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' (repectively, [=.GIFfany=] announces to the whole planet via a giant screen that the supernatural exists, and Soos blabs to the news via [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Nancy Hicks-Gribble]] that they exist) and the sheer shocked reactions by everyone wasn't really covered in detail, but Fan thought it would feel repetitive if all four of his "major"-length ''Gravity Falls'' fics have the entire world becomming aware of the supernatural explicitely when canon had no such thing. So, ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' and ''Ultimate'' both play this straight... and they're in plots that are even '''harder''' for the world to just ignore (this is saying lot). EFFI has six massive temples rising from different spots of the Earth, including one by Portland, and it ends with [[spoiler:Pyronica hijacking the Sun itself, using it to transform in to a massive Eldritch Abomination]].
** Justified in ''Ordinarily United'', as it takes place in a world where EldritchAbomination[=s=] trying to attack the planet every week at the abolute least is the norm.

* ''Ordinarily United'':
** HRT-1, A robot wolf-man with a pretty large sword that appears to have some ominous glow to him (later found out to be a computer virus the Intentor uses to hijack the HRT units, but let's ignore that for now), is wandering around door to door asking people about the wherabouts of the Knight Astronaut, a famous crime-fighting supercop. He says everything short of saying that he outright wants to kill said Knight Astronaught. The KA is well-known for being incredibly powerful to the point where none of his enemies are a remote threat, but this robot guy nonetheless seems to have full intent on trying to harm him.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That some news official would take note of this, since the robot has been asking people all day. And from there, the media could send an indirect note to the Knight Astronaut (Carlson) that an unknown specimen with apparent villainous intent wants to fight him.\\
'''Instead:''' Everyone ignores him, and the only person that takes him seriously is Stella, who knows little about who the Knight Astronaut is and just assumes that HRT-1 is some drunk hero who wants a sparring match with KA.\\
'''The Result:''' HRT-1 ambushes Carlson while he's out in the middle of a road at night, coming extremely close to killing him. He manages to destroy his car and cell phone, leaving him stranded out by the forest and forcing him to build his own house.
** One for the AssholeVictim[=s=] of the first chapter. A group of naked women show up from a strange, pulsating black sphere that just came out of nowhere in the middle of an alley. Rather than appearing scarred, or embarassed, or lonely/helpless/etc, they are grinning with razor-sharp teeth and occasionally laughing with each-other maniacally. They are covering themselves, but with a single finger and in a half-assed way that does not suggest regular modesty. Additionally, they walk irregularly, and their proportions seem just a bit off from the norm -- every single one of them is pretty damn tall, pretty damn thin, and has a bust that just slightly seems too large for them. This alley was also the opperating area of a crime group that the naked women outnumber, and they're the only people who witnessed the black portal-sphere spawning the women before it vanished.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That the crime group would ''get the hell out of there'', or at the very least try to get on their good side. You don't have to be GenreSavvy to be afraid of naked people coming out of portals in a group and laughing as they walk around confidently.\\
'''Instead:''' The leader thinks they're defenseless and tries to attack or capture them. The rest of the gang reluctantly follows.\\
'''The Result:''' [[MuggingTheMonster The Unitias, aformentioned naked women, end up killing and eating them.]]
**

The Unitias aren't cannibals though. Cannibalism is eating a member of their own species. The Unitias are technically robots/[=AIs=]/whatever, and they only eat humans that are also pretty much awful people.

-->'''Some Authors and Artists or Something:''' "My ideal CuteMonsterGirl waifu is a cute small submissive maid that loves wearing a maid outfit."\\
'''GPF:''' "Nah I'm gonna write naked maniacs with claws and sharp teeth."

That's even how it worked in-universe, too:
-->'''Inventor:''' "Okay HRT-9/Unitia Origin as my robo-wife project you're gonna be a cute small submissive maid that loves wearing a maid outfit."\\
'''Unitia Origin:''' "Nah I'd rather be a naked maniac with claws and sharp teeth."

[[folder:Changes in the Remake (Possible)]]

[This is going to be a ground-up remake, so dialogue being different or such and such being "slightly longer" don't really count unless it reflects on the plot.]

(These are listed in the rough order that corresponds with their point on the story.)

!! Story Changes

* The fic now takes place just a day before what would have been the events of "Dipper and Mabel Vs the Future" instead of after "The Last Mabelcorn;" "Roadside Attraction" actually did happen as it did in-story, with the exception being that Gideon's actions during that were different.
** When encountering Hijacker Alma, Dipper explicitely references the events of the episode, and the part about this technically being their first encounter with a spider person has been removed.
* The book Gideon uses to bring [=.GIFfany=] to physical form is now described as having a gold lightning bolt on the cover, giving a much more strong implication that the book belonged to this fic's incarnation of the Lightning Cultist. (Something Fan confirmed in the closing notes to "The Brains, Heart, and Guts of the Group Part 1.")
* Each domain is covered in two-part chapters, and together most of the domains are considerably longer than their original counterparts.
** "Game On" is effectively merged with "Pines Vs Trees" and serves as the first half of Part 1 of the latter.
* The Illegal Prime Neutralizer/AI Pack has been completely removed from the story.
** Ford still adds the anti-AI slip of paper to the Mystery Shack's barrier against Bill, but he apparently starts working on the IPN while he and Stan investigate Rose's domain. He ends up getting kidnapped and his prototype confiscated before he has the chance to complete it. This influences a number of other plot elements:
** The professors are simply beaten in battle and/or just talked out of their villainy rather than being sucked up in the pack. [=.GIFfany=] does not zap the uncaptured students to the Construction Site/Planet Negation Girl; instead, they are constantly making supplies in their respective domain and exporting them to the Construction Site. Everybody remains in their domain until the events of "Hot and Cold Part 2."
** An "artificially smart" phone (that was planned to be introduced in the original "World 1-2" but ultimately got scrapped as Fan felt that would be far too late into the story) is given to the Mystery Shack group by Professor Rose which functions as a replacement for the "talking to the previously/recently bested professors" mechanic in the original. [I'm not sure if I want to do this next part, as I enjoyed Rose giving the group advice that turned out to be inaccurate... but I also want to try to rotate the spotlight of the professors as much as possible, so this would make Rose feel less "screentime hog-y"] Due to the way "Pines Vs Trees" ends (see later in this section), the gang ends up not getting Professor Rose's number, leaving them unable to directly talk to her for the majority of the story.
*** This was confirmed to be inspired by the pacifist route from ''Undertale'': the guardian of the first area (Toriel:Rose) gives the protagonist(s) a phone which is used for communication within that area. After leaving the first section (Ruins:Domain 1), the main character(s) end up getting blocked off (Toriel intentionally locking the Ruins:Rose being unable to provide a Wire Card leading back to Domain 1 as Burrda has that card, and she's faced at the end of the "daisy chain"), but having greater freedom among the following areas (being able to return to Snowdin and Waterfall/the Mystery Shack having permanent access to Domains 2+) and interacting far more with the people in between them (Sans, Papyrus, Undyne, Alphys:Kathody, Searah, Sandy, Cardia, Bubbles, Leona, Sonia, Dian, Professor Wendy, Shannon, Burnda, Burrda). Fan said he liked the idea of the main characters being unable to return to the "most familiar" point to them (as Domain 1 is within Gravity Falls itself, but the rest of them are hundreds of miles away).
** Unlike the IPN, which the professors block out with a signal (muting sound from the captured copies and having the display show static in the hair color of the leading professor), the group can almost always call the other professors via the phone. For example, in Domain 3, Kathody gives the group advice on how to enter the domain proper.
* "Pines Vs Trees" ends with [=.GIFfany=] confronting Rose in person, breaking her phone, and refusing to provide another. Rose shows her darker side by bringing mention to the incident where the professors nearly turned on Risen and beat her up, to scare her out of destroying any more phones.
** This both foreshadows Rose's darker nature earlier as well as that the professors still have the potential to be unreasonably angry and violent (they just initially seem more calm because they believe that they are setting up surprise vacations for their prior players) and clears up that the events of Memory Banks Chapter 1 were not bias from [=.GIFfany=], but that the other professors really were that hostile for getting nothing in return after repairing Risen.
* All three of the chapters that cover two professors at once, and in the latter's domain ("Dry and Wet," "Green With Lust," "Hot and Cold") have been split. Kathody and Wendy now no longer go over to Searah and Shannon's (respectively) domains, and are faced and defeated at their own places.
** Kathody's new two-parter is now called "Shock and AHHHH!" this is lightly keeping in line with it "bookending" similar chapter names with "Hot and Cold." Although with the removal of "Game On" as its own chapter, there is no "bookend" to "Game Over."
** Searah's is titled "The Legendary Splashy Smasher."
*** Kathody still communicates with Searah, except over the phone, and this is after Kathody started her redemption. Instead of the theme being about how much the professors do not like one-another, it is centered around Dipper worrying on whether or not he can live with Kathody (and later Searah) as a guide(s), given that Kathody and Searah are both much less trustworthy than Rose.
** Professor Wendy's is "The Other Wendy Sucks."
** Shannon's is "Plan Gamma," in reference to what Shannon now uses to refer to blasting people with gamma rays.
** "Hot and Cold" is the only exception when it comes to seperate titles and not changing the group facing two professors at once. It is, however, a four-parter, with the first two parts being set in Burnda's domain and the latter two set in Burrda's domain.
* The plot element in "World 1-2" about the Mystery Shack group getting tools from each Hijacker to enter the next part was removed and replaced with them getting key cards instead. This was as the tools were virtually almost never used outside of that chapter.
* Melody plays a role in the story ''much'' earlier; she appears in Bubbles's domain, having been "tricked" to go there as part of a spa plan. Her early appearance is one of the many new keys ways Fan tried to distinguish Arc 1 with Arc 2, becides all the Arc 2 professors being friends with one-another.
* In each chapter of Arc 2, Bubbles elaborates on the story of the Four Friends piece by piece, explaining why they became the Four Friends pre-Gifocalypse in the first place.
* The townsfolk are no longer as directly involved in the plot towards the end. Soos helps some people find shelter during "Gravity Falls Vs Anti Gravity Part 1," but this is their only major cameo. They remain in town with Mayor Tyler briefly showing up to wish them good luck before the team takes off.
** Because of this, the battle with the second generation of professors is drastically different. In the original story, Stan, Ford, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy went in to Rose's Wire alone, and in "Cyberspace" in between, [=.GIFfany=] zipped herself in and destroyed the bubble. This sent them falling in to a digital arcade, where they were subjected to ''Super Mario Maker''-like torment by the future-gen copies, who had no idea that the characters they were playing were the real Mystery Shack team. They were bailed out when the reformed copies went through the planet's networking, found them, and pulled them back out to the organic world. In this version, after falling, the group instead enters a virtual arena set up by Professor Courtlyn. Courtlyn ends up challenging them to a "boss rush" against the second-gens, and zips them over to the various domains, starting with Therma. This is inspired by the King Dice battle in ''Cuphead''.
*** Instead of attacking the group as just a disembodied arm as they fell, Professor Eve appears in full-body (but in her segmented, "one red, one green, one blue" form) while they are on Courtlyn's platform, before Courtlyn herself pushes her away.
* The ''Hallo''ween Trickster and Ron Ejjert have been removed completely, although both of them make cameo appearances in the form of "MISSING" posters in Burnda's domain.

!! Character Changes/Professor Designs

* The professors are no longer "clothing damaged" after their battle (Fan said that he did not want ''run:gifocalypse'' to be seen as "yet '''another''' story that uses 'oh noez, their clothes are ripped' for the main means of fanservice;" instead, nearly all of them are simply wearing less from the beginning.
** Rose tears her originally somewhat modest leaf dress (the exact same outfit she had by default in the start of the fic) just before fighting the Shape Shifter, which by her design rips off all leaves except three in a "bikini" form, in reference to the original "clothes are set to be torn in specific areas" gimmick.
** Leona likewise strips just before her battle. Except instead of wearing random paint splatters under her overalls and shirt, she snaps her fingers and gets Blue and Yellow to throw randomly mixed paint buckets on her, that happen to create a pattern that matches the image she made of herself that serves as her Main Possession.
** Dove's clothes partially getting burnt by the Giga-Tairuzu's explosion and exposing her pink boxer shorts was left in, for humor value.
* The specific modifications to the professors' outfits are as follows, with many of them being changed to be even ''more'' revealing:
** As stated, Rose's starts out with her original design of
** Kathody's new outfit consists of some rags, with a paper "seal" over her crotch. According to her, the seal helps her command ectoenergy.
** Searah still wears a swimsuit, except it is now a blue bikini with a bizarre "double helix" pattern for the straps, rather than a "school swimsuit."
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** The chest of Shannon's night gown is now transparent as with the rest of it, but the outfit itself remains unchanged.
** Both Burnda and Burrda have among the least changes; they still wear "fancy TV performer/host thong-leotards," but they now have "skirts" at the waist just like Brenda from ''Perfect Hair Forever'', and the sides of the skirt are decorated with "flames" and "antiflames," respectively.
** Dove is the only one with a completely unchanged costume (it remains a Japanese Air Defense uniform), although her outfit takes more damage from the blast than it did in the original.
* Hijacker Peachaulinsalinaisy now says to call her "Hijacker Paisy" for short, likely to give readers a convenient nickname (of what is technicaly already a nickname). The story alternates between the short and long version after.
* Wire Unangler is described as having a third eye from her introduction, instead of during her cameo at the end of "Game Over." She also plays a larger role in the plot, and she's confirmed to be a giant rather than "regular [=.GIFfany=]-sized" as she was in the original (to more closely fit her design's inspiration, Paimon).
* [=.GIFfany=]'s "naked apron" appearance just before the final battle was altered slightly to greater resemble Olivia of ''Emazh In'', as Fan rethought some aspects of her design. The story most notably describes her as holding a pink trident, in reference to Olivia's weapon.
** Following that, [=.GIFfany=] shifts in to Ninthee's "carnival suit" outfit and mimicks her pose of having her arms crossed behind her back with three fingers on each hand sticking from the sides. This is as Ninthee is far closer in terms of personality to [=.GIFfany=] than Olivia.

!! Setting Changes/Domain Designs

* All domains have giant, naked, color-coded (based on hair, IE Rose's is green, Kathody's is yellow, etc) statues in the professor's image made of [=.GIFfinium=]. The exception is the Planet Negation Girl's statue still being a fully-clothed [=.GIFfany=] made of "[=3D=] pixels," continuing the fauxshadowing that that will be her Main Possession.
** Because of this, Dipper and company now begin each domain with the general idea of what each professor looks like, so ''anything'' about confusion of their looks is eliminated from the story.
* Domain 2 is now a haunted house attraction built out of yellow [=.GIFfinium=] instead of a "regular" large house in the middle of the desert Kathody hijacked, to fit in line with the other domains largely being buildings/entire mini-cities made of the metal.
* Domain 3 is almost entirely blue in color scheme, in contrast to the original where it seemed to be metallic, but generally gray. Again, this fits in with the other domains having very strong color-coding.
* Domain 4, which originally was specifically intended to be an all-outdoors domain, includes huts and tents made of orange [=.GIFfinium=], making Domain 1 the only domain with no [=.GIFfinium=] structures or even "shared" (IE not personal, like phones) technology apart from the Wire (the television [=.GIFfany=] used to communicate with Rose and kidnap Stan and Ford was replaced with Rose's phone being used for both) and the statue at the beginning (which is just metal, not exactly an electronic).
* Each of the Four Friends now have a "garden" that more closely fits their color theme, as the real-life Mount Fuji isn't exactly cyan/teal, the Amazon Rainforest is not really rose-pink in color, the Everglades aren't azure, and the largest cave isn't magenta.
* Domain 14/The Giga-Kyaarya is now a faux-aircraft carrier made out of "reinforced" black [=.GIFfinium=], and not an actual carrier Dove stole. Reportedly, it took an entire day to complete (unlike other domains except the PNG, which were made within the span of hours), and during Day 1 Dove had her troops fly around in custom-made flying bicycles.
* The Capital is now also sometimees referred to as "Domain ∞," but it still goes by its orginial name of "The Capital."

!! Other ''Noteworthy'' Changes

* Rose now explains and uses the terms "Main Possession" and "[=.GIFfinium=]" right near the beginning, instead of those being elements that are slowly elaborated along the way.
* "[=.GIFfinium=]" is now written as that instead of the all-lower-case "giffinium."
* Some more references to GPF's other fan fiction and some of his original stories were added:
** Sonia's domain, for some reason, has stained glass windows with patterns that resemble the Mabots from ''Ultimate'', much as the Mabot Empire has stained glass depicting several major characters from that story and the Six Sages.
** The first thing Wendy is described as doing in the beginning of the story is reading a ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' comic book and throwing it away in disgust. Much later, ''Professor'' Wendy is shown to be enjoying the comic, and remarks the main character's slight similarities to Hank Hill (Steve Buhvillen is, in fact, inspired by Hank).
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* Several references to [=.GIFfany's=] prototype pixel art (that had not been released until after the original ''run:gifocalypse'' was completed) and sketch art (which ''was'' released prior to Fan even starting on RG) has been added:
** Burnda taunts [=.GIFfany=] by saying that she once had "[her] mother's eyes!" She is refering to Brenda from ''Perfect Hair Forever'', who has blue eyes, as did one of the prototype designs.
** She wears an outfit similar to her sports costume when she attempts to explore Searah's domain while Dipper, Soos, Mabel, and Wendy are finishing up Kathody's.
** After Mabel runs off from Dipper in Domain 8 over a disagreement over how to handle Professor Sonia, [=.GIFfany=] appears behind him (through television) to say "You've been met with a terrible fate, haven't you?" A line she was sketched as saying, which doubles as a ''Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask'' reference. (And ''that'', in turn, reflects on the story in general referencing ''Majora's Mask'' in the sense of the Planet Negation Girl's three day deadline.)
** Originally, when [=.GIFfany=] "powered up" for her first battle with Soos on the Planet Negation Girl, her skirt immediately flipped over completely (it still does this in her appearance in Chapter 5 of ''naruto the guy with the ninja''). Here, the story describes her hair as flipping over while her skirt stays low enough to cover her undergarments, resembling the "angry flaring" sprite. Until Burnda points out, for the second time, that [=.GIFfany=]'s efforts to stay modest are ridiculous considering the attire of almost every other copy, then she resembles as she did in the original "Game Over"/ntgwtn.
* The references the final seven professors each have to an officer from ''The Wonderful 101'' in some way are made much more clear in most cases (Dove is the exception, as Fan thought her referencing Gimme was apparent enough):
** Dian -- Laambo:
** Wendy -- Wanna:
** Shannon -- Vijounne:
** Burnda -- Walltha:
** Burrda -- Heyorgah:
** [=.GIFfany=] -- Jergingha:
* "Game Over" is now '''six''' parts long, instead of three. In both cases, this includes the epilogue.

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Actually going with my "[=.GIFfany=] in my fics = Bowser" bullshit, ''run:gifocalypse'' pretty much predicted ''Super Mario Odyssey''. Just make Soos Peach and have Peach stick around kicking ass for like 90% of the story just to be kidnapped in the last 10%:
* The main characters leave their familiar place and tour the world.
* Their first destination outside of their familiar location is a "haunted" place.
* Character designs clash with the canon group (realistic New Donkers vs cartoony ''Mario'' characters; compare the conservative canon characters to the sexualized near-naked anime babes that is the [=.GIFfany=] Army).
* [[spoiler:Dragons make a surprise appearance (well, one in ''Odyssey'').]]
* A major mode of transportation is zipping from one electronic point to another (Spark pylons compared to Wires).
* Big Bad's basically trying to get someone to marry them. I say "basically" because marriage isn't actually discussed between Soos and [=.GIFfany=].
* Surprise nipples (Mario's, [=.GIFfany=]'s at the very end).

* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: The general constant is that she always starts evil, but what happens after that can vary wildly depending on the story. She's the definitive BigBad in ''run:gifocalypse'', [[spoiler:with Eve acting as the Greater Scope Villain]]. In ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' and ''Escape From Fanservice Island'', various circumstances make her perform a HeelFaceTurn -- ironically, her other copies being ''worse'' than her while they're morally better in RG. In ''Ultimate'', the copies are all a near-hive mind, but she generally stays a villain. In ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', she starts out somewhat dickish and tries to kill Sasuke's group for criticising her, but she eventually becomes selfless and throws herself to try to keep Naruto busy while she's in NEO form. Lastly, in ''Bobby Hill Gets Hit by a Car'',

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This is the character sheet for ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group''. Despite being rather condensed -- thirteen chapters originally, before being designated in to thirteen "volumes" of shorter chapters -- SBIG's universe has a large number of characters that quickly pop in and make themselves home in this extremely bizarre world. '''Bewarned!''' All spoilers from the first chapter are unmarked, and many, ''many'' spoilers otherwise might be unmarked as well. It is highly recommended to, at the absolute ''minimum'', read up to the sixth chapter before reading further.

* [[Characters/SBIGIntriguingGroup The Intriguing Group]][[note]]Group as a whole, Poixer Avaage, Hammithan Descendo, Nosfo the Dark, Quazzax Cut 618-Beta[[/note]]
** [[Characters/SBIGSteve Steve Buhvillen]]
** [[Characters/SBIGDiane Diane Mohdez]]
* [[Characters/SBIGBloodshot BLOODSHOT]][[note]]Blood King, Darkhorse Skeltaur, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Tanker, Kenith [sic], Kelith "Hacksa," Evol-Fish, Revealica, Darkerhorse Skeltaur, Mudvin, Willow "Witchita" Fells, Master Master, Citten "CD" Destroya, Earl Intubble[[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGEnviedEight The Envied Eight]][[note]]Goodbuck, [[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGAllies Allies (becides the Envied Eight), other friendly characters, neutral characters/"annoyances"]][[note]]Shineina Unfel, James "Jim" Unfel, Dave Unfel, Mayor Morestars, "Traditionalitions," [[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGThreats One-time threats not allied with BLOODSHOT]][[note]]Inflatable Tube Man, Spi-cat-der, Ye Olde Adventuree, Bad Chef, Megaghost, the Evil-Cloaked Ritual Bone Blade, Portals 6.1 Update System, [Chapter 8's main non-BS villain], Zeevih Cation[[/note]]
* [[Characters/SBIGFictional Characters of Works Within the Story]][[note]]Moe the "WOAH!" Guy, the cast of ''Lose!'' (Host), Avluvnetta, other in-universe fictional superheroes, cast of ''Meta'' (Director), ''Endless Ocean of Women''[[/note]]

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!! Eristov Sisters

[[folder:The Eristovs in general]]

The Eristovs are a family living in the far outskirts of what is technically, barely considered part of the main city. The parents of the immediate family work as part of an agency that collects unusual "supernatural" (they insist on using the term "extra-dimensional") objects to see what use they have. This job is considered common knowledge in the story's world, but it does earn money: the sisters all have a number of expensive gadgets such as teleporters and the like (which is how they get from school to home; normally an hour+ drive).

Thanks to a bad "two week party" idea while the parents are out, inviting a shared crush with his friend showing up practically uninvited, and said friend touching what is listed as one of the more dangerous artifacts the parents had in containment, the sisters are all whisked away to the Other, and they and Brett are given a strict two week deadline before the Smoke Reaper consumes Jeff's soul.

* TheAce: Their parents are just about perfect in every way, and at everything. They've got
* BadassNormal: The sisters are out surviving in a completely bizarre, downright eldritch world with only small "pockets of stability" that even remotely resemble their old home world. They only have
* MassiveNumberedSiblings: Fourteen of them, each a year apart, aged 19 to 8 (there's also a set of triplets). The age gap near the end suggests that there was a strict cutoff point where Tyler and Stacy decided to stop having kids.

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[[folder:]]

[[/folder]]

!! Eristov Parents and Other Humans

[[folder:Tyler Fuller-Eristov]]

A highly-respected war hero and the father to the Eristov sisters.

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[[folder:Stacy Fuller-Eristov]]

A highly-respected teleporting ninja and the mother to the Eristov sisters.

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[[folder:Brett]]

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[[folder:Jeff]]

Brett's friend, although almost none of the Eristovs like him at first. He's a bit of a notorious rule breaker -- in fact, him snooping around and touching the "statue" of the Smoke Wraith is what sets the plot of the story in motion.

[[/folder]]

!! Friendly Residents of the "Other"

[[folder:Mindmix]]

Every time a group of new people is warped to the Other (or, specifically, Riflecross Center; the region of the Other the story mainly takes place), a Mindmix is generated to help "give them someone to talk to" and bridge the gap a bit between their knowledge and the knowledge of the Other. An individual's Mindmix is built on their thoughts mixed in with general knowledge about the Other. In the case of multiple people coming in, they have to share a Mindmix, who has the collective thoughts of them all. This project is still in experimental state, so most Mindmixes of multiple people (and even some of just individuals) tend to explode shortly after their creation.

This folder refers to the Mindmix that was formed from the Eristov sisters, Brett, and Jeff.

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!! Main Antagonists

[[folder:The Smoke Reaper]]

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!! Minor Villains

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* Main Characters[[note]]Main Emazhes (Olivia, Ninthee, Lilith, Fatephinal, Kristie); Humans (Dan, Liz, Tom, Kev)[[/note]]
* Emazhes by Moon (AKA Region, AKA Domain):
** Green World/Forests
** Orange World/Canyons
** Yellow World/Deserts
** Chartreuse World/Light Floating Islands
** Spring Green World/Windy Valleys
** Cyan World/Springs
** Azure World/Swamps
** Blue World/Oceans
** Violet World/"Meat Gardens"
** Magenta World/Caves
** Rose Red World/Jungles
** Red and White World/Volcanic and Icey Mountains:
*** "Red" Portion
*** "White" Portion
** Black World/Psychic Manufacturing
* Non-Moon Regions/Planet Vista:
** Dekstop/Prescilla and the Ring
** Infinity Amusement Park (minus Ninthee and technically Prescilla), Parallel Rift (minus Lilith), Sleath Core (minus Fatephinal), Labostoep
** The Four Extremes[[note]][[/note]]

If you go by the order their ''run:gifocalypse'' bases/prototypes were faced in, it's alphabetical:
* Green: A and N
* Yellow: B and O
* Blue: C and P
* Orange: D and Q
* Violet: E and R
* Cyan: F and S
* Rose Red: G and T
* Magenta: I and U
* Spring Green: J and V
* Chartreuse: K and W
* Red and White: L and Y
* Black: M and Z

I thought about including Ninthee and Olivia in the initial A-M lineup from Alexia->Maria (in fact, that's why I picked a name that started with an "N" for Ninthee; to indicate that she'd be faced after Maria; Olivia was the first feminine name that started with an "O" I could think of, and '''then''' Prescilla continued from there), and then when going on the "Dark" group of Charges, I'd continue from there. But Ninthee, Olivia, and prescilla were odd ones out, not fitting the "rainbow" (+ black and white, and also magenta and rose red since those colors are technically not individual wavelengths) while all of the others did. Hell, Olivia isn't even Charged (at first), and definitely not the leader of her own region. Embarassingly, it took me until "mapping out" the letters to see that if Ninthee and Olivia aren't included, then the "loop" would actually be perfect (lumping up red and white threw me off of thinking "Oh, 13! Half of 26, perfect!" because I kept picturing that I have ''14'' different letters), using each letter exactly twice (not counting the red and white-themed Emazhes both sharing a letter).

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Here's what the "green" page would look like:

Page describing the various Emazhes of ''Emazh In'' that have made the Green Moon their home. The Green Moon, like several other moons, is ''covered'' in plants, whether it's the clearings and deep woods of Force Forest to the flowers of Yyetahp. In the original story, this is the first satelite that Olivia, Dan, and Liz visit after beating President Prescilla at a Challenge. In the game, the player is allowed to pick any of the thirteen satelites, but Olivia lightly suggests going there first (mostly for first-time players[[note]]Notably, if you speedrun Dekstop or complete it without taking damage, Olivia will still "nudge" towards going there first, but suggests that you have enough skill to try another moon out[[/note]]).

[[folder:The "Green Moon" societies as a whole]]

* ShoutOut:
** [=DeepWater=] confirmed that Force Forest was named as such after ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. Granted, there's no pun here, but Gravity simply becomes "Force," and (Water)Falls is just "Forest."

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!! Force Forest

The "natural" of the four (later eight) divisions. A peaceful, densely populated... well, ''forest'' as the name implies, which specializes in exporting vegetables and wood.

[[folder:Alexia]]

The Charged Emazh running Force Forest. Initially seeming to be a benevolent leader,

* NotSoAboveItAll: Zig-zagged to hell and back, especially if she's a player's first impression of satelite society. First, she seems like a kind-hearted leader of what's a nature utopia compared to Dekstop (which is still a good place in of itself, but its leader leans towards supporting the BigBad). Then one digs in to her rules and system a bit after sticking around long enough and find out that she has guidelines planned out to specifically abuse her power, and that she's even dangerously close to being a totalitarian ruler. It gets a bit worse when one then finds out that she was in support of Ninthee as well... or rather, ''was.'' Feelings on her can soften after finding out that she was ''the'' first of the group to completely leave Ninthee's plan behind. But then things look bad again when more information is shed on the matter, revealing that she left mostly for kind of selfish reasons and it's suggested to only be because Ninthee targetted ''her'' place specifically. But then things get better after Olivia bests her in a Challenge and she reconsiders her outlook. And better still after seeking out the other thirteen Ninthee supporters and seeing that most of them are absolute assholes compared to Alexia, who was at least ''trying'' to run an honest forest society and has a high approval rating regardless. And ''then'' you see that some of those Ninthee-supporters either also gave up on her and/or they've been lying for one reason or another that they do like her (Lhaurflame being an example of both), and they're much quicker to change than Alexia was. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, Alexia's temper is pretty damn bad, and when her Berserk Buttons are pressed (she has quite a bit of them) she can be even more hostile than Maria - a proud accomplishment.]] All-in-all, like many things in ''Emazh In'', whether or not Alexia is/was "worse" than the other "main fourteen" is up for the reader or player to decide. She's certainly no saint compared to that group, but she's certainly not completely terrible and willing to change.

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[[folder:Thornma]]

Alexia's top assistant, although she hardly really needs one.

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!! Rohtwist

The "dark magic" side of the

!! Yyetahp

The "light magic" side

!! The Greenhouse

!! Branching Tower/

Initially, the "botanical" division of the Celestial Order that had set up an enormous tower in Force Forest (without Alexia's permission, and with no warning) shortly after Ninthee's loss of a Challenge at Infinity Amusement Park. Every other major region of the thirteen moons was met with similar invaders, with the "natural" regions being hit with "spatial" towers. Eventually, they got their own part of the moon, and then eventually, their own satelite (as every other group does by the end).

Alexia '''hates''' these Emazhes.

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!! Leafbud Dimension/

The botanical division of the Pocket Darkspaces, making "dimensional" counterparts to the "dark magic" parts of the moon. These Emazhes

!! Plant Gathering/

The botanical division of the Spirit Researchers, making "soul" counterparts to the "light magic" parts of the moon.

!! GREEN_MATRIX/

The Greenhouse's Invaders. A major group calling themselves the HACK_EDITORS set up "matrix" areas to invade the "technological" parts of the moon.

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[[folder:A Game]]

VideoGame/CavemanWarriors

''Caveman Warriors'' is an indie platformer game

The official website can be found [[http://www.cavemanwarriors.com/ here.]]

!! The game demonstrates examples of the following:

* ActionGirl: Liliana and Brienne, the two female playable characters.
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** Checkpoints completely restore health ''and'' lives, to prevent any "need" to die at a checkpoint just to be revived at full health.
** The player can freely switch between any of the warriors (except for just after taking damage), avoiding the need to play multiplayer and/or preventing unwinnable situations.
* BadassNormal: Apart from Moe's magic, none of the characters have any supernatural abilities to speak of, yet they can go toe-to-toe with powerful robots, soul-commanders, and even giant beasts.
* ColorCodedCharacters:
** The playable characters, seen with their hair, outfits, and even the auras of their abilities: Liliania (red), Jack (green), Moe (blue), and Brienne (yellow). The alien is pink.
** Jandro's three "souls" are also color-coded, down to their lifebars: the toxic skulls are green, the fire turtle is red, and the electric wolf is blue. Also doubles as ColorCodedElements with poison, fire, and lightning respectively.
* EasyLevelsHardBosses: The stages are somewhat challenging, but the bosses are usually a step up beyond that and require perfect use of the game's mechanics.
* {{Expy}}:
** ''VideoGame/JoeAndMac'' is one of the main inspirations for the game. Of the playable characters, we've got Jack and Moe, named after them. They even have the same hair colors.
** The third boss is the "Cavernator," an obvious play on the Film/{{Terminator}}.
** The Cross-Bones Army variation of the large enemies bears resemblance to He-Man.
* GenderEqualEnsemble: Your player group consists of two men and two women.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Aside from the final boss, none of the bosses are tied that much to the story. Even in Chapter 5, which is a turning point in the plot, the boss is a return of the random ''Terminator'' robot that attacked the gang back on the road ride level.
* NintendoHard: The game certainly pulls no punches, as there's challenge right there in the first level. Health is somewhat scarce
* NoSwastikas: The Cross-Bones army introduced in Level 6 invokes serious Nazi-like imagery, complete with their flags having red around a white circle with the symbol in black. And said symbol is an "X." They're not supposed to be literal Nazis, but the parallels are blatant.
* OpeningTheSandbox: Downplayed; the game remains linear after Chapter 5, but that marks the point when each chapter's corresponding bonus level opens up to those who have enough batteries.
* SuperDrowningSkills: The first level happily informs you that cavemen cannot swim; pools and outright pits are treated as one in the same.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Brienne is the only main character who really dresses up decently. Liliana's outfit in particular is effectively a bikini. Starting in Chapter 4, the game introduces female enemies who only wear two skulls for a bra.
* TimeTravel: Turns out the alien technology is capable of doing this. The alien that kidnapped the kids opens up wormholes leading to the future, which is where the second part of the game takes place.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Undine is fairly easy. Lordrack just requires some wind-fighting and well-timed jumps. Cavernator is a matter of shooting his bullets. Jandro is where the game completely stops playing around and forces you to use strategy, learn mechanics, and combat the fact that you can only harm one of his flunkies at a time.
* WhamEpisode: The end of Chapter 5. [[spoiler:The four heroes ''finally'' catch up with the alien that stole their children on the space station. Cue the kids casually waving bye at them as they gather batteries and enter a portal leading off to different time periods. This also causes a number of ''wormholes'' to open up, leading to harder versions of the regular levels that can only be reached after grabbing enough batteries.]]

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[[folder:Another game played by Vinny of Vinesauce]]

([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkhBjEyWE3s Proof this exists]])

''Ready Player Fuck'' is a short satircal game based loosely on the novel ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', by Kate Barrett.

!!

* GainaxEnding: As expected. [[spoiler:]]
* OverlyLongGag: The game ends on one. [[spoiler:The Doctor just lists worlds upon worlds on where he'll take Zach and Wildstyle after passing the Jade Gate.]]
* StylisticSuck:
* TakeThat: The whole game exists to make fun of overly-referential people and stories that brag about their knowledge of pop-culture trivia.

Is this trivia?
* ActingForTwo: It's obvious every single character in the game is voiced by the same person.

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Does ''VideoGame/SneakKing'' have its own page?

[[folder:I Guess Not]]

[[Advertising/TheBurgerKing However...]]

Three video games were released for the Xbox: ''[=PocketBike=] Racer'', ''Sneak King'', and ''Big Bumpin[='=]''.

!! Tropes Seen in the Games

* LuckBasedMission: One particular mission in ''Sneak King'' has an astonishingly low clear chance that relies on the random number generator being perfect. [Credit: WebVideo/TheCompletionist]

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* [[ComicBook/Djinn]]

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# Es:[[note]]Nota[[/note]]
# Una:[[note]]Nota[[/note]]
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# Aaaaaaaaaa:[[note]]Nota[[/note]]
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# Esto:[[note]]En serio[[/note]]
# Es:[[note]]No[[/note]]
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** "Yog Sothoth take me now!" [[spoiler:SCP-682, during an unauthorized SCP-666½-J test.]]

[[{{FanFic/Drowning in Bittersweet Despair}} FanFic/Drowning in Bittersweet Despair]]

TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter, maybe.
** Jade. She's built up near the beginning as one of the four main characters playing the game, as she is part of the core group of the original human kids. Around her introduction, she serves as someone with a number of highly mysterious elements -- a gigantic high-tech house while the other three kids have a regular suburban home, a forest mansion, and an apartment; an abnormal, powerful pet dog; and her home is littered with things that seem to be tied with the game itself. Despite this, around the introduction of the trolls she saw a bit of a lack of focus. It gets especially bad in Act 6, where John, Rose, and Dave all get their own small storylines spent [[spoiler:over the three years to get to the post-scratch session]], Jade mostly sticks on the sidelines with whatever John is doing (and John often ends up heading to the "dreamscape" of sorts where plot-relevant things happen, due to the way dreaming in ''Homestuck'' works). Even after the three years pass, she spends most of the time [[spoiler:either asleep (and unlike John, she mostly just gave exposition on what happened in the post-retcon timeline) or brainwashed by the Condesce]].

I think the problem most people have isn't so much that ''Plus'' doesn't have that much content (although that is part of it), but that it adds content that many consider actually makes the game ''less'' fun to play. Namely, that enemies can now show up which are mainly just tanks and kind of pop up way too frequently, especially in the earlier levels.

[[folder:Prehistoric Earth Staff]]
!!Drew
Hired to acquire the animals of a prehistoric wildlife park. He travels to the past alongside several friends in order to bring extinct prehistoric creatures back to life.
* BadassBookworm: Knows all about the prehistoric creatures he's about to face and constantly tries to capture them. Most of the time, he succeeds.
* BelligerentSexualTension: With Cynthia (although neither party entirey necessarily recognizes it as such just yet).
* ControlFreak: After the Novum board started being more involved in management, he becomes this.
* DeadpanSnarker: Has his moments.
* {{Determinator}}: He will NOT allow any animal that could become extinct to be left behind. One of the arthropleura will vouch for him there (not hard to do considering he bronco rode it in the midst of a swamp fire). Granted, he will allow his friends the opportunity to go back to the present and save themselves when things get especially dangerous. Whether or not they take him up on this offer is their choice entirely.
* {{Expy}}: Think of him as a [[TimeTravel time-traveling]] [[Series/CrocodileHunter Steve Irwin]].
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Leon and Adrian.
* TheLeader: Takes on this role in every mission.
* OppositesAttract: With Cynthia (but unlike Leon and Jack, he takes a Hell of a lot longer to admit it).
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Granted, there are people with higher authority than him, but he is nevertheless a firm, but fair, and ultimately reasonable leader to the members of the rescue gang.

!!Kyle Taymor
The Head Keeper of the park. In charge of cleaning, feeding, and taking care of the resident animals. Consequently, he often suffers the shenanigans that happened in the park.
* AngryBlackMan: Although, typically, it's justified. Lampshaded in the following exchange from 'The New Rulers':
--> I've just had to round up a herd of giant reptiles. Black rage doesn't even begin to describe what I'm feeling at the moment.
* ButtMonkey: Usually on the receiving end of whatever bad things that the prehistoric creatures brought.
* DeadpanSnarker: One of the fic's most prodigious snarkers, along with Jack, Nikolai, Collete, and Leon.
* DrillSergeantNasty: Not exactly 'nasty' per se, but he does have his drill sergeant moments every now and then (particularly when involved in construction of new exhibits).
* {{Expy}}: A lot of his personality is based on John Luther.
* INeedAFreakingDrink: Says this word for word to Nikolai after the arrival of the pterygotus.
* OnlySaneMan: The one who usually complains to Drew whenever he's planning to bring back the dangerous creatures back to the park.
** Subverted in the first mission, as he was actually hoping for something large and dangerous to be the first target, and was more than a little annoyed that the target turned out to be the small and unexciting Haikouichthys instead.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Despite initial annoyance at the choice of main target for the first mission, he eventually comes around. He is also not at all swayed into showing leniency for Leon and Jack when they try to convince him to allow them to be let off the hook and avoid having to personally work as handlers for the dunkleosteus as a punishment.

!!Nikolai Koshkin
Head of security, and used to be a member of the Spetsnaz.
* BoringButPractical: Nikolai's viewpoint behind having the small and not entirely exciting Haikouichthys be the first target as opposed to something more dangerous (much to Kyle's consternation).
* DarkandTroubledPast: He does not like to talk about his past in the Spetsnaz.
* EmbarrassingNickname: Certainly views Kyle's nickname for him (Koli) as such.
* {{Expy}}: Based off a character from a Primeval Novel (and has a similar backstory to boot!).
* HiddenDepths: Despite his rather gruff outward exterior and demeanor, he is actually a pretty nice guy. Jack himself experiences these depths firsthand after the acquisition of the animals from the Carboniferous Period. [[spoiler:As of Phase Two, these are no longer hidden]].
** "Our Steps Will Always Rhyme" reveals he's an amateur poet.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Can be gruff and sometimes seem like a jerkass; but in the end, his heart is in the right place.
* PrecisionFStrike:
--> (After seeing Jack in the midst of a particularly nutty idea): Denham, what the bloody Hell are you doing?!
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Takes the time to (relatively) calmly explain to Drew and Jack the importance of using their communicators to warn the park staff (especially security) ahead of time when he greets them upon return in "The First Steps" after they end up sending an extra cameroceras and a small group of massive pterygotus through the time portal without warning.

!!Leon Gilbertson
One of the younger keepers of the park, a close friend of Drew's, and the park's resident animal expert.
* ADayInTheLimelight: He's the focus for the "back at the park" segments of "The First Steps".
* {{Asexuality}}: Firmly believed himself to be this, as did Drew and Adrian . . . until he met Yolanda.
* BadassBookworm: Has his moments (especially when he's able to face his fears, not to mention if Yolanda's life lies in the balance).
* BeastAndBeauty: While he doesn't fit the traditional (meaning physical) definition of the 'Beast', he nonetheless more than qualifies for this role alongside Yolanda's 'Beauty'.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Usually prefers not to fight. But he does not take kindly to insults to himself, or his friends. And if you do wrong to Yolanda Hall . . . God help you.
* BrainyBrunette: Brown hair? Check. Large amount of knowledge on animals? Check. Genius moments every now and then? Check.
* BreaktheHaughty: While downplayed in that he is nowhere as haughty and arrogant as most examples, his experiences in "Life in Transition" and "Alien Empire" are enough to humble him somewhat when it comes to working with Jack.
* BrutalHonesty: If he lived in the world from the Divergent Series, he'd be right at home in the Candor faction.
* ButtMonkey: One of the two main ones in this series (the other being Jack). He even lampshades this during the events of "Alien Empire."
-->(After he and Jack are forced into ending their stalling tactics by an annoyed keeper lowering the barrier in the dunkleosteus enclosure preventing the two fish from directly encountering each other) Leon: (to Jack) Why is it always us?
* CowardlyLion: Can get quite nervous in the appropriate circumstances (and sometimes not so appropriate circumstances), but can always be counted on to get the job done.
* DarkAndTroubledPast: Was bullied in school for being autistic before he met and befriended Drew, Adrian, and Yolanda. It's why he snaps at Jack in "Life In Transition".
* DeadpanSnarker: Quite so.
* {{Determinator}}: Nervous as he can be, he's not one to give up easily.
* {{Deuteragonist}}
* DudeNotFunny: Does NOT share Jack's sense of humor.
* EnemyMine:
** While downplayed in that he and Alice are never enemies themselves, they both have a mutual dislike of Collete.
** The potential of a more traditional example occurring between him and [[TeethClenchedTeamwork Collete]] is something that a large number of Prehistoric Earth staff hopes to never be fulfilled.
* FireForgedFriends: With Jack (although admittedly, it's more of a fire forged vitriolic best buds kind of deal).
* FriendToAllLivingThings: Hopes to be this for all the animals at Prehistoric Earth. Due to needing time to get used to all the animals present and to come, as well as a noticeable wariness around some types of invertebrate, he has a lot of work to do to reach this point.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Adrian and Drew.
* HiddenDepths: He may seem solitary and difficult to get to know at times, but once you really get to know him and earn his trust, respect, and friendship, he's actually a decent enough guy in his own right.
* IDontLikeYouandYouDontLikeMe: He and Colette do NOT get along very well (much to Jack's despair).
* IJustWanttoHaveFriends: Felt this way for quite a while before he met Drew and Adrian. Still fears the possibility of someday returning to that state every now and then.
* InsufferableGenius: Collete certainly thinks so. Most others disagree.
** Jack seems to think of him as such in "Life in Transition."
* InsultBackfire: Epically so in the following exchange.
-->Collete: "Must you be so smart?"
-->Leon: "Flattery will get you nowhere."
* JerkassHasAPoint: While he could have been a little more patient with Jack, could have kept a better handle on his temper so as to pay better attention to the radar (not to mention that Jack had a pretty good point of his own), you can hardly blame him for feeling a little uncertain as to whether Jack was taking the mission at hand (at the time) seriously with his overly joking and seemingly carefree behavior. And furthermore, Jack could have also handled the subject with Yolanda a little more delicately as well.
* LaserGuidedKarma: After his ill timed confrontation with Jack almost gets Drew killed by a Dunkleosteus, he has to work with Jack yet again in handling the Dunkleosteus at the park the very next mission as punishment.
* LamePun: Mia's thoughts on his 'Apatoscorpio' joke.
* LargeHam: Gloriously so (when excited that is).
* LetUsNeverSpeakofThisAgain: He is very insistent that Drew NOT tell Yolanda about his unpleasant (and somewhat embarrassing) incident with the Megalograptus.
* TheLoad: Jack somewhat (and later flat out) accuses him of being this during an argument in "Life in Transition." And it's not hard to agree with him.
* ThisLooksLikeaJobForAquaman: Jack certainly believes this to be the case early on in the series where Leon's concerned (due to the only reasons he knows of at the time for Leon to have any reason to be hired are A: being Drew's friend and B: his valuable knowledge on the animals they catch).
* NiceGuy: When he lets his walls down, he's actually a perfectly decent guy in his own right.
* NotGoodWithRejection: Tends to struggle at times with his fear of being rejected by others (including by his own friends (as well as by Yolanda)) for being 'weird' and 'a freak' and of people only liking the 'normal person' they might want him to be rather than for who/what he already is. In fact, one of the biggest reasons it takes him so long to tell Yolanda how he feels about her is his fear of her rejecting him for a 'normal' and 'more attractive' neurotypical.
* OffscreenMomentofAwesome: He and Jack manage to somehow play cupid for the Dunkleosteus without major incident despite being unwittingly given an appropriate book on animal husbandry that's written in French and forced to Indy Ploy their way through.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Despite his autism and difficulties in life, he's usually able to always bounce back relatively easily. In the rare event that he fails to bounce back within a few days or hours . . . well to put it simply, something's seriously wrong. Doubly true in the rare event that he gets sad enough to cry.
* OppositesAttract: With Yolanda, full stop.
* PrecisionFStrike: In the rare event that he swears, it's always for damned good reason.
--> (When he and several of his peers learn the hard way of some particularly unpleasant news): "Oh Hell."
* RoarBeforeBeating: A rare human example (though his roars certainly do sound realistically enough like whatever animal he's imitating at the time), and only if angry enough. And he'll also roar DURING the beating as well.
* SarcasmBlind: To an extent.
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: The savvy guy to Yolanda's energetic girl.
* ShipTease: With Yolanda.
* SingleTargetSexuality: Yolanda is literally the only girl he shows even the TINIEST amount of romantic interest in. Romantically speaking, he just plain WON'T look any other girl's way.
* SmartPeopleWearGlasses: Except for when swimming (and good thing for Yolanda to).
* NoSocialSkills: Being autistic, he's hardly the most socially adept.
* SpeaksFluentAnimal: Ok, calling it fluent may be pushing it. But nonetheless, his imitations/impersonations of animal vocalizations are unnervingly realistic.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Sometimes feels this way around Jack. Feels this way even more so in regard to Collete.
** In the case of the former, this very trait comes back to bite both him and Jack hard when it almost costs Drew his life.
* TheSmartGuy: Knows virtually every animal, extinct or otherwise, backward and forward. This makes him an invaluable member of the park's staff.
* ThisisGonnaSuck: Shows spades of this.
** While he doesn't say anything after Drew asks him and Jack why they took so long to react during the Dunkleosteus crisis, his silence, combined with his running away after Jack's shaky excuse screams this trope.
--> (After learning of one of Jack's newest ideas): "This should be nothing short of a disaster."
--> (During a tense moment in another mission): (at Drew, and completely deadpan) "We are going to die."
* TookALevelInBadass: In "The First Steps"; just in time to save Yolanda's life too!
** May have happened again with his experiences with the Dunkleosteus in "Alien Empire."
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Jack.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: After an unpleasant experience with some Megalograptus in "Devils of The Deep", he becomes terrified of them and other scorpion-like animals. He eventually gets better (thanks in no small part to Yolanda and Mia).
* YouHaveGottobeKiddingMe: His overall reaction after learning of the mission to follow "Devils of the Deep."

!!Adrian Sky
One of the younger keepers of the park, and another close friend of Drew.
* AsianAndNerdy: Is of Malaysian descent, and has just the right intelligence level needed for a guy of his job description.
* EpicFail: See below.
* FailedASpotCheck: In "Life in Transition," he spends a respectable amount of time searching around a swampy area for large amphibians (such as the target species, Hynerpeton) and comes back empty handed. As Alice soon points out afterward, he didn't even try to look for them under the water.
* TheGenericGuy: Nathanoraptor's own thoughts about him.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Has a dynamic that very strongly shows shades of this with Leon and Drew.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: Views Yolanda as the sister he never had. The feeling is mutual. Alice, much like Yolanda, also somewhat views him as this.
* PutOnABus: Got this treatment in "Devils of the Deep" and "The First Steps." Came roaring back in time to accompany Alice to Devonian Era Pennsylvania in "Life in Transition."
* SarcasmBlind: Strangely enough, even more so than Leon.
* ShipperOnDeck: Big time shipper of Leon and Yolanda, and is not above teasing them or making efforts at strengthening their bond into romantic territory.

!!Jack Denham
One of the younger keepers of the park.
* ADayInTheLimelight: Is the focus of the "back at the park" segments in "Passport To Hell".
* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Can't help but let out a brief laugh after hearing Leon's unexpected response to Collete's attempt at using his intelligence as a means to insult him.
* AmazonChaser: While far from the only reason he is attracted to her, the fact that Collete can certainly kick ass certainly helps.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: His older sister Alice sometimes views him as this.
* ButtMonkey: One of the two main ones in this series (the other being Leon).
* DeadpanSnarker: Has his moments.
* DistractedbytheSexy: Tends to happen to him every now and then when Collete's around.
* DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: In "The First Steps":
-->"Oh great, we awoke Cthulhu!"
* DudeNotFunny: Sometimes ends up on the receiving end of this when he attempts one of his jokes around Leon.
* FireForgedFriends: Or more accurately, fire forged vitriolic best buds. With Leon.
* FriendVersusLover: Sometimes worries about the possibility of this occurring when he thinks about how Leon (his friend) and Collete (his object of affections) don't get along.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The foolish sibling to Alice's responsible sibling.
* HiddenDepths: His inner thoughts in "Passport to Hell" reveal that he's actually quite a thoughtful person; he also manages to solve every problem the park had had in that story.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Is secretly very lonely.
* IndyPloy: A real master at 'pulling stuff out of your arse' plans. Collete learns a thing or two from him on that regard.
* InsufferableGenius: Pulls off such a moment at one point during "Life in Transition."
* JerkassHasAPoint: Whilst his TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Leon in "Life In Transition" is rather mean-spirited in tone, it's not hard to agree with his points. At this point, Leon hasn't done anything that Jack is aware of that is indicative of actually being competent
* LaserGuidedKarma: His punishment for almost getting Drew killed through ill timed antagonism against Leon? He not only has to personally handle the very creature that almost killed Drew, but ALSO has to work alongside Leon yet again.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The feminine boy to Collete's masculine girl.
* MoralityPet: Can be interpreted as equal parts this and equal parts love interest where Collete is concerned.
* MotorMouth
* {{Nepotism}}: He believes this is the reason Leon was hired; even saying it to his face in "Life In Transition".
* TheNicknamer: Calls the Pterygotus "Scorpio-zilla" and Drew "fearless leader".
* NotGoodWithRejection: Due to how desperately he wants to have friends, any rejections he receives to offers of friendship can hit him pretty hard.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Usually likes to joke around and tends to be very carefree. In the event that he sheds this behavior, it is not to be taken lightly.
* OppositesAttract: With Collete.
* PluckyComicRelief: He likes to think so. Alice and Leon say otherwise.
* ShipTease: Starts to get a tiny bit of this with Collete in "Passport to Hell".
* StepfordSmiler: Hinted in this exchange in The First Steps.
-->“Jokes are my coping mechanism, fearless leader. Make light of the humour in any situation and you’ll be OK."
** Confirmed by Alice in "Life In Transition".
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: With Leon several times, particularly in "Life In Transition". This comes back to bite him AND Leon HARD when it both almost gets Drew killed and leaves him forced to work with Leon again in handling the very fish that almost killed Drew.
* ThatCameOutWrong: Happens quite often (and to great hilarity) for him when around Colette.
* {{Tritagonist}}
* VitriolicBestBuds: Becomes a mixture of this, and fire-forged friends with Leon after their experiences with the dunkleosteus and "Life in Transition".
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: By the end of "The First Steps", he's become terrified of the Brontoscorpio.
* YouHaveGottobeKiddingMe: His reaction in "The First Steps" when he learns that his frightened efforts at feeding the Brontoscorpio only successfully fed 12 (out of 36) of the Brontoscorpio on display (much to Leon's amusement).

!!Alice Denham
One of the younger keepers and Jack's older sister.
* ActionGirl
* AllLoveIsUnrequited:
** Adrian at one point nurses a small crush on her. She doesn't reciprocate.
** Tragically so in the case of her friend Will Darrow.
* AloofDarkHairedGirl: Aside from a couple friends, she somewhat fits this trope (particularly in her life before work at Novum and Prehistoric Earth).
* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: As annoying as Jack can be in her point of view, he is still her brother, and she's always concerned when he's in trouble and relieved when he turns out to be alright.
* BigSisterInstinct: One of the contributing reasons to her own strong hatred of Collete.
* BrainyBrunette: Dark-haired, and pretty smart.
* EnemyMine: Downplayed in that they're already friends to begin with, but she and Leon have a mutual dislike of Collete.
* FoolishSiblingResponsibleSibling: The responsible sibling to Jack's foolish sibling.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Shows spades of this in her friendship with Yolanda.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Invoked in "Life in Transtion" after a narrow escape from a Hyneria. Adrian soundly defies this idea.
* TomboyandGirlyGirl: Something of a tomboy, especially compared to Yolanda's girly girl.
* TownGirls: The neither to Yolanda's femme and Collete's butch.

!!Linda Eberhart
The head-vet of the park. Tasked with treating the injured animals and looking after their health.
* ADayIntheLimeLight: Gets this treatment alongside Khatin in the "Back at the Park" segments of "Devil in the Deep Blue Sea."
* HospitalHottie
* KindlyVet
* ShipperOnDeck: Is quite approving of the idea of Yolanda and Leon being a couple, and is not above giving her a bit of friendly teasing on it every now and then (much like a mother would do).
* TeamMom: Especially in one episode where she had to nurse the baby ''Smilodon'' because his mother's milk has ran out. Also has a somewhat mother-daughter vibe between her and Yolanda.

!!Yolanda Hall
Linda's assistant in the Prehistoric Earth veterinary division, and a close friend of Leon, Adrian, and the Denhams. Is particularly close (in more ways than one) with Leon.
* BeastAndBeauty: The 'Beauty' to Leon's 'Beast'.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: As nice as she is, you NEVER want to see her angry.
* DistressedDamsel: At the end of "The First Steps".
* GenkiGirl
* GenerationXerox: As noted by Drew, she and Linda look startlingly alike to the point that it's hard to believe that they're not related.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: With her, truer words couldn't be stated.
* KindlyVet: Takes after Linda in that regard.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: She and Adrian view each other as the sibling they never had.
* NiceGirl
* OppositesAttract: With Leon.
* PutOnABus: Is put on bedrest to recover from a concussion obtained from her near death experience with the Brontoscorpio, thus leaving her out of the action during "Life in Transition." By the time "Alien Empire," she's recovered sufficiently enough to be out of bed and watching the Dunkleosteus from the safety of the underwater viewing area while Leon and Jack are put to work on handling them for the day.
* ShipTease: Has a couple of moments with Leon in "The First Steps"
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: While Leon's quirkiness and knowledge is what initially attracts Yolanda to him, his determination, passion, loyalty, bravery, and all the other traits of his that she discovers once he lets down his walls around her are what allow her to truly fall for him for real later on.
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: The Energetic Girl, to Leon's Savvy Guy.
* TownGirls: The femme to Collete's butch and Alice's neither.

!!Collete Dubois
A member of park security, and Nikolai's 'number two'.
* ActionGirl: Big time.
* DeadpanSnarker: Prodigiously.
* EnemyMine: To quote the following exchange:
-->Kyle: "I pity the fool stupid enough to make enemies out of both her AND Leon."
-->Nikolai: "Da, I can agree with you there. Let's hope such a person never exists."
* HiddenDepths: Has a sensitive and kind side that she's only comfortable with showing to Jack (and possibly Nikolai).
* IDontLikeYouAndYouDontLikeMe: Her dynamic with Leon practically RADIATES with this.
* InsultBackfire: Mostly averted when it comes to her interactions with Leon . . . with the exception of this one little gem:
-->Collete: "Must you be so smart?"
-->Leon: "Flattery will get you nowhere."
* JerkwithaHeartofGold: As much as she might act like a jerkass to multiple other characters, she has a hidden softer side that shows that her heart is ultimately in the right place.
* TheLancer: To Nikolai.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: The masculine girl to Jack's feminine boy.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: If SHE'S terrified, you KNOW things are getting bad.
* OppositesAttract: With Jack.
* RuleofFunny: Her reasoning for speeding up some of the parts of her recording of Jack and Leon's work with the dunkleosteus. Whether or not that truly makes the matter funny in anyone else's mind is debatable.
* ShipTease: Gets a couple of moments with Jack in "Passport to Hell".
* SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan: Over time falls for Jack as a result of him being virtually the only one amongst the staff who sees past her walls and acts nice to her without being repelled by her behavior.
* SurroundedByIdiots: Feels this way a great deal of the time.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Sometimes has this feeling about working at the same establishment as Leon.
* TomboyandGirlyGirl: A tomboy to Yolanda's girly girl.
* TownGirls: The butch to Yolanda's femme and Alice's neither.
* {{Tsundere}}:
* WhiteHairBlackHeart: Leon tends to think this of her during his bad days. But while her hair IS platinum blonde, the black heart part is debatable.

!!Khatin Von Schorzberg
Chief of the Prehistoric Earth research division. Not the best at social skills, but more than makes up for it with his valuable knowledge and sheer brilliance.
* ADayIntheLimeLight: Gets this treatment alongside Linda during the 'Back at the Park' segments of "Devil and the Deep Blue Sea."
* CrazyEnoughtoWork: His ultimate plan to help Squishy the Anomalocaris properly recover can qualify as this from the right viewpoint.
* AFatherToHisMen: Somewhat shows this dynamic around his underlings in the research division.
* GodzillaThreshold: Arguably the case for his final plan on how to help Squishy properly recover.
* TheSmartGuy: Shows this in spades amongst the older staff members of the park.

!!Matthew "Matt" Thompson
One of Khatin's assistants in the research division. Is also a close friend of Alice Denham and fellow research assistant Will Darrow.
* BrainyBrunette: Dark haired, and has the just right intelligence level needed as a member of the Prehistoric Park research division.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Will and Alice.
* TheKnightsWhoSaySquee: LOVES working with synapsids.
* LikeBrotherAndSister: With Alice. To everyone else though . . .
* MistakenForRomance: Often mistaken for Alice's boyfriend. Tragically so in Will's case.

!!Will Darrow
One of Khatin's assistants in the research division alongside Matt. Another close friend of Alice Denham.
* DoggedNiceGuy: Of sorts.
* GreenEyedMonster: Can get surprisingly jealous of Matt where Alice is concerned. Unlike most examples, however, he doesn't let his jealousy corrupt him and ruin his friendships with them.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold
* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Matt and Alice, although he'd like very much to take a step further than that where Alice is concerned.
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Like Adrian, he has a crush on Alice. Her not reciprocating, however, hits him much harder than it does Adrian.
* NotGoodWithRejection: To put it simply, he doesn't take it well when Alice ends up ultimately not returning his feelings for her.
* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: With Alice.

!! Marianne "Mia" Nelson
One of the younger keepers at Prehistoric Earth, and a friend of Yolanda's. Seems to be most comfortable with working with aquatic animals, and is almost always dressed in a wet suit. She also helps Yolanda teach Leon how to handle the sea scorpions and overcome his fear of them.
* AGirlAndHerX: Showcases something of the sort with the gigantic mother Pterygotus, Hedetet.
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Everyone (including herself) calls her Mia.
* RapunzelHair: Has VERY long dark hair.
* UnwittingInstigatorofDoom: Not quite, but close. She accidentally gives Jack and Leon a book on animal husbandry for them to use in handling the Dunkleosteus written in French instead of English.
* WalkingSwimSuitScene: Is almost always dressed exclusively in her wet suit in every scene we see her.

!!Theodore Richardson
Owner of the Novum company, and responsible for the idea and creation of Prehistoric Earth. Responsible for hiring all the staff characters and for the invention of the time portal.
* BigGood
* BenevolentBoss
* CoolOldGuy
* EccentricMentor
* InsistentTerminology: Would much rather be on a first name basis with his employees (or at least with Drew) then to have them call him Mr. Richardson.
* MissionControl: Responsible for choosing and deciding upon missions for the rescue team.
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[[folder:Animals]]
!!Gideon
The park's male ''Stegosaurus''
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* BewareMyStingerTail: His tail spikes, which he uses as his main weapon.
* GentleGiant: Normally. Piss him off, however...
* InterspeciesFriendship: Bond with Drew aside, he develops one with Abrams, the male Ankylosaurus. [[spoiler:They both fight off Matilda together in the conclusion of the Shutdown]].
* RealityEnsues: Even if you're a human he trusts, he will still react badly if you attempt to ride him. A drunk found this out the hard way.
* StockDinosaurs: He's one of ''the'' stock dinosaurs.

!!Arlo
The park's male ''Stegosaurus''
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* BewareTheNiceOnes
* BadassInDistress: Is on the verge of death when he's rescued.
* BigDamnHeroes: Fights off a ''Torvosaurus'', saving Linda's life in the process.
* CowardlyLion: For a gigantic sauropod, he's pretty skittish. He gets over this in the Shutdown.
* GentleGiant
* LastOfHisKind: WordOfGod is that he was the very last ''Acrocanthosaurus'' in existence when the team rescued him, as they were supposed to have disappeared several million years before the mission he's rescued in took place.
* MeaningfulName:
* OddFriendship: With Vera. Vera is noted to be a girl who loves nature and cute animals, yet Finn is a giant carnivorous dinosaur who tried to eat her.
** The issues she'd have with Finn attempting to eat her are mitigated by the fact that said attempt amounted to taking one step forward before collapsing from exhaustion.
* RealityEnsues:
* When the team first rescues hi, he's practically on death's door and tires very quickly.
* Even if he trusts Vera, he still won't let her touch him.

!!Terence
The park's juvenile male ''Tyrannosaurus''.
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* AdaptationExpansion: Gets more scenes in this story, to the point he eclipses Matilda in number of appearances.
* GentleGiant: He's this, surprisingly for a T-rex.
* HiddenDepths: Is a surprisingly good swimmer and likes seafood (specifically, sharks and turtles). WordOfGod is that this is based off of something he read on Website/DeviantArt, noting how there were plenty of giant fish and turtles in the rivers that occupied ''T. rex's'' home range, and it would be very unlikely for a carnivore to ignore such a large amount of food.
* StockAnimalDiet: {{Defied}}: among the things Terence is shown eating are ''turtles'', as well as a dead shark.
* StockDinosaurs: ''The'' stock dinosaur.
* TyrannosaurusRex


!!Diego
The park's male ''Smilodon fatalis''.
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* BadassInDistress
* PantheraAwesome: He's a Smilodon. This comes with the territory.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: Due to Nigel and Saba splitting off, they are able to save both Sabrina ''and'' her remaining cub.
* StockDinosaurs: PlayedWith: While ''Smilodon'' is a stock genus, Sabrina is a member of the larger species ''S. populator'', rather than the more famous ''S. fatalis''.

!!Martha
The park's Wooly mammoth.
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* FishOutOfWater: {{Averted}} this time around, as the park has an actual tundra region in it. The narration notes how strange it is that a tropical island has a tundra on it.
* HonoraryAunt: To the park's elephant calf.
* LastOfHerKind: The only Wooly Mammoth left, as Nigel didn't rescue any others during his mission to Ice Agee Europe and Siberia.

!!Cave Hyenas
The park's pack of cave hyenas (tropes that apply to all of them).
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* ActionGirl: Shenzi, Nne, Cheezi and Jasiri. It's notable that the Action Girls are in charge.
* AllAnimalsAreDogs: Downplayed. While they act like dogs at times and Alice's work with them means that they no longer go into SuperPersistentPredator mode around all humans, Alice desperately tries to stress that even she can't "control" the cave hyenas - she's developed a bond with them, but that doesn't mean they will act tame and obedient around other humans. They "respect" her, but she continues to respect that they could easily rip out her throat if she's not careful around them.
* AerithAndBob: Ed; all the other hyenas have Swahili derived names.
* AmplifiedAnimalAptitude: They all appear to understand everything the people around them say.
* BerserkButton: Hurting any of their pack members, hyena ''and'' human alike, will result in them trying to rip you apart.
* BigDamnHeroes: In the Crisis, they help the dire wolves fight off the female T.dominus.
* EvilDetectingDog: Several times.
* HeinousHyena: Averted; they're portrayed as entirely heroic.
* HairTriggerTemper: Their Aggression Index is "Very High". Multiple instances show Owen's the only thing they listen to, and without his input they will attack people at once.
* ItCanThink: Owen makes it abundantly clear that the sisters are hyper-intelligent and will find ways to manipulate a situation to their own advantage. They work incredibly well as a SiblingTeam, follow numerous commands when prompted, coordinate surprise attacks on their enemies, and appear to understand that Owen is a devoted caretaker and alpha who won't hurt them. All the while, Hoskins continues to believe that they're little more than dumb animals who can be trained by anyone, even though Owen is clearly the ''only'' person they give two craps about.
* ReformedButNotTamed: Alice makes it clear that despite success in training them, they're still hostile, aggressive, and liable to turn on their handlers (basically pretty much any non-Alice person).
* SiblingYinYang: The younger members have this (as well as Cousin Yin Yang).
** Janja and Jasiri: A straightforward RedOniBlueOni pair; Janja is far more hot-heated and belingerent than the calm, collected Jasiri.
** Cheezi and Chungu: Cheexi is far more happy-go-lucky and excitable than her calm brother.
** Janja and Chungu: Janja is the most hot-headed and belligerent of the cave hyenas, whilst Chungu is far more submissive.
** Cheezi and Jasiri:
* SeldomSeenSpecies: Cave hyenas are rare in fiction.
* ThemeNaming: The raptors have military-esque names (which makes sense considering Owen's military background), though "Blue" is the OddNameOut.
* UndyingLoyalty: To Alice.
* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Averted.

!!Shenzi
Alpha of the park's cave hyena pack.
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* AntiHero: Well, she ''is'' a cave hyena. However, her loyalty to Alice is absolute.
* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: Pack alpha and, even on her bad days, could take on pretty much all of them.
* BeserkButton: Harm any of her pack members and she will rip you to pieces.
* BadassInCharge: She's not the alpha for nothing.
* BackToBackBadasses: [[spoiler: With Nero in the Crisis.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: She pulls this,when [[spoiler:Nero is nearly killed by the T. dominus]].
* CombatAndSupport: In her team-up [[spoiler: with Nero to bring down the female T. dominus, Shenzi acts as the Combat by dealing hard blows on the T. dominus while Nero distracts it from fighting properly.]]
* {{Determinator}}
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:When she turns on the ''I. rex'', the monstrosity responds by clawing her and sending her flying into a concrete pillar. As she slumps to the floor, she isn't moving, leading a lot of audience to think she'd been killed. This is not the case, thankfully.]]
* EnemyMine: Teams up with [[spoiler: Nero]] to stop the female ''T. dominus.''
* HeinousHyena: Averted.
* IronicName: Her name means "Vicious/Evil" in Swahilli; she's portrayed as entirely sympathetic.
* TheLeader: Her position as pack alpha designates her as this whenever Owen isn't around. Shenzi fits all four flavors of the trope, being headstrong, level-headed, charismatic, and quite the mastermind.
* MamaBear: Towards her pack and Alice. Harm them at your peril.
* RevengeBeforeReason: Becomes enraged when [[spoiler: her pack members are harmed.]] Whereas any thing with common sense, be it animal or human, would flee in terror from the ''T. dominus'', [[spoiler: Shenzi instead charges straight at one.]]

!!Zhao
One of the park's ''Microraptor''
----
* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: {{Downplayed}}: She's got iridescent black feathers.
* ExtremeOmnivore: {{Downplayed}} example: Zhao is briefly shown eating clay. Living birds (such as macaws) also do this, and Zhao only manages to find the clay because she was following the macaw that she share's Nigel's den with.
* FeatheredFiend: {{Subverted}}: she's fully feathered, but isn't a danger to anyone bigger than she is.


!!Phil
The park's male ''Phorusrhacos''.
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* FeatheredFiend: {{Downplayed}}: While he is a giant carnivorous bird, he's rather tame, and is more of a nuisance than a threat to the staff.

!!Ben
The park's ''Arthropleura''.
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* BigCreepyCrawlies: The largest arthropod to ever walk on Earth. However, he's so large that he has lost his creepiness factor. It also helps that he prefers not to sneak up on people.
* CreepyCentipedes: {{Averted}}, see above. Additionally, he's a ''milli''pede, not a ''centi''pede.
* GildedCage: His exhibit unintentionally amounts to this: while its very large and has plenty of food, due to his method of breathing, he can't actually leave it.

!!Diane
The park's female ''Deinosuchus''.
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* BoringButPractical: Noted in her focus chapter of ''Inside Their World'': Crocodiles have been around for so long because their bodies are the most efficiently built for surviving as riparian ambush predators. As a side effect, while most animals need a little while to adapt to the park, she does so almost instantly.
* NeverSmileAtACrocodile

!!Bistahi
A male ''Bistahieversor.''
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* OddFriendship: With Terence.
* SeldomSeenSpecies: ''Bistahieversor'' is not one of the most well known tyrannosaurs.
* TyrannosaurusRex: He's a close cousin.

!!Bathos
A male ''Bathornis fricki.''
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* FeatheredFiend: He's a giant, flightless, carnivorous bird. IT comes with the territory. However, he isn't pointlessly aggressive.
* SeldomSeenSpecies: Bathornids have ''never'' been portrayed in fiction before, as their role is usually filled by terror birds. Though, it is likely the two are related.

!!Finn
A male ''Acrocanthosaurus''.
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: His back is bright blue.
* BadassInDistress: Is on the verge of dying due to starvation when he's rescued.
* LastOfHisKind: WordOfGod is that he was the very last ''Acrocanthosaurus'' in existence when the team rescued him, as they were supposed to have disappeared several million years before the mission he's rescued in took place.
* MeaningfulName: ''Acrocanthosaurus'' is unique among carnosaurs for having large vertebral spines, which could have supported a sail/fin when the animal was alive. Alternatively, they could have supported a hump.
* OddFriendship: With Vera. Vera is noted to be a girl who loves nature and cute animals, yet Finn is a giant carnivorous dinosaur who tried to eat her.
** The issues she'd have with Finn attempting to eat her are mitigated by the fact that said attempt amounted to taking one step forward before collapsing from exhaustion.
* RealityEnsues:
* When the team first rescues hi, he's practically on death's door and tires very quickly.
* Even if he trusts Vera, he still won't let her touch him.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:EI EI O]]

(''Emazh In'', just some story idea in progress. ''Emazh In'' -> EI -> bad EIEIO joke.)

Actually, it's kind of a critique.

Some of Ninthee's dialogue and even diction mirrors the obsessive side of the fandom that basically tries to force everyone to like it and control how they play, while simultaneously trying to make the player consider if it's ''really'' a good idea to go out of one's way to "help out" everyone. It's made pretty obvious that by being nice to Ninthee, you're not changing her at all. You're not "showing her the way of nonviolence," because she already believes in "fighting" purely through mental manipulation. Ninthee is not someone to try to outsmart or ''certainly'' not fix alone, as she'll always be nine steps ahead of Dan, Liz, and Olivia. While the story suggests that she's not ''completely'' beyond saving, it's also blunt in that it sure as hell won't be by some nervous almost-shut-ins who just make gears and wrenches for a living. She's a dangerous, clingy psycho-stalker that's been technically obsessing over the humans for over three thousand years (time is "slower" from the POV of the Emazh world, due to how Kristie set up the Fountain computer-system). She's considered "but please, try not to force them to stay with you" before. She's considered it literally millions of times. She's considered everything a number of times. The best way to "win" against her game is to just not play it.

''But at the same time,'' the game encourages looking in to whichever Charge catches your fancy: ignore all of them, and the game gets more difficult. Go out of your way to befriend them all ''in the same run'', and you're in a tedious, slow path where you're staying with some deliberately kinda not-that-likeable Emazhes. Izjjen will hate your guts if you admit that you side with Ninthee, leading to the hardest boss in the game if you take up her offer to Challenge her. There is only one character that you can actually kill (Lhaurfreeze), it's treated as a bad thing, and it has nothing to do with the choice of killing versus talking to her; she specifically corners you in to a situation where either you die or her, and that's as punishment for something else: treating Lhaurfreeze like some little moe puppy that must be shielded from criticism, like how Lhaurflame acts. Lhaurfreeze is an idiot, and you kinda have to make that blunt. She believes her death would be the best way to stop Fatephinal from doing something stupid, because she's been treated most of the time as that kind of woobie-type. By basically treating her like an adult/equal and ignoring Lhaurflame's disproportionate threats, you're snapping her out of that idea that literally everyone sees her that way.

(Ninthee's catchphrase, "(Heaven or Hell,) There is no third option," is also a blatant black and white viewpoint )

[[/folder]]

FanFic/UltimateDanganRonpaSupernovaAtSea

* AbortedArc: The Arknverse contains a number of these -- many of which are the result of [[TroubledProduction the revolving door of creators departing and returning to the franchise and various series going on hiatus]].
** In the start of Act III of ''No More Truths'', there's a scene in the Elysian marketplace where Theater Mask trades with an Entraphic [[note]]a being from a race of traders[[/note]] for a Brosalvik orb. It's stated that the orb is an item of great power, and very difficult to obtain; Delphar is awe-struck when he sees it, and we get the definite impression that it will come into play later in the story. However, the orb vanishes after that chapter. (It's possible that Theater Mask uses it to generate the force field that protects Cedric and Delphar from [[spoiler:the Entropy machine explosion]]. However, there is nothing in the text that indicates this.)
** It's not the first time a Brosalvik orb is introduced to no end: in Season 3 of ''Michael's Camera'' (“A brief interlude before I literally go to hell”), Michaelis reveals that he has Redgrave’s orb -- which contains the soul of an unknown Dekn -- in his possession. Since this comes on the heels of “The war with no sides” (which revealed that Michael’s doll, Dale, contained a fragment of Malek), it gives the distinct impression that the orb holds a being of great power and significance who will play a crucial role in future events. Unfortunately, the orb is never seen or spoken of again.
*** In that same episode, Michaelis acquires the Carver’s Key to the Infinitium. After deciding to keep the Key for himself, he makes one (failed) attempt to use it...and then seemingly forgets that he even has it. Ellpagg later instructs Michaelis to get in contact with Raphael and Cedric Kharon and find a way into the Infinitium -- presumably using the Key. Unfortunately, thanks to the cancellation of both ''Solar's Crimson'' and ''[=MedBoy789=]'', neither plot point was ever resolved.
*** The Key does, however, appear in ''Legacy'' as one of the relics in the Alunerium that survived from the "old universe" (described as [[https://malachi-x.tumblr.com/post/165034065034/stealing-the-core-the-story-of-my-heist-with "Azrael's timepiece"]]).
** In the second half of Season 3 of ''Michael's Camera'', Michaelis stays in .Reality on a mission to assassinate the Persopheleums -- starting with Crow. It's already been established that he has a grudge against the Persopheleums (particularly Redgrave) due to their power over the Infernous and humanity and how they [[http://deathlylogic.tumblr.com/post/136945224060/almost-arkn-mythos-short-story wield it]], so his wanting to kill them makes perfect sense. He stumbles around for several episodes trying to find Crow before Crow catches him by surprise, kills him with a BackStab, and sends him to the Infernous. By the time he gets out (several episodes later), the assassination plot is completely forgotten in lieu of the Carver's threat of mass destruction.
** In "Not that great of a situation" (MC), Michaelis mentions that Ellpagg was working with someone named Percipia on a top-secret project (Project Alpha) to kick-start the “Archdekn". Apparently, the details behind that particular subplot were set to be revealed in either ''The Guarded Ones'' or ''The Knight Shift: End Times'' -- neither of which materialized.
*** Later in that same episode, Ellpagg says he needs to "go guard a whiny bitch" in .Reality: yet another teaser for [=TGO=] that never came to fruition.
** Season 3 of [=ACryFromWinter=] introduces a group of powerful beings known as the Associates (who were also a crucial part of the plot of ''13rkingwond3rlandvlog''), who claim they are hunting for James, whom they believe has a connection to the Hethian Scrolls of Creation. Due to Season 3 being CutShort, nothing ever comes of it; in "Reality Runs Red Pt. 2", [[spoiler: Uriel reveals that he's been in the Infernous since his last awakening and "ollies out" of his prison -- this time for good]]. When the story resumes in ''Wayward_Winter'', the plot with the Associates is forgotten and relegated to an Infernous "illusion"...raising the question of how many of the events of ''13rkingwond3rlandvlog'' hold true in .Reality. (The Associates are mentioned in ''The Lost Chronicles of R.G.L.'' and appear briefly in other media, however, suggesting that they are, in fact, real.)
** In “Of Fire and Ice” (''Wayward_Winter''), Seraphina tells Alex that he will need to get stronger and “further along” before his convergence with Uriel, and gives him a journal (which she claims has "information" that he needs). When Alex returns to his own plane of existence, he's possessed by Malek, who talks to Alastair about the upcoming Arkn Civil War. The following episode is one of Sarah's personal vlog entries; when the story resumes and shifts back to Alex (on the original ACFW channel), Alex is back in his own timeline and possessed by Uriel. There's no further mention of preparing for convergence (and, due to the series being CutShort, any plans for the plot being resolved in the future never came to fruition).
** Speaking of Elizabeth, during Season 1 of ''Solar’s Crimson'', Michaelis discovers that Elizabeth and his former human boyfriend, Mark, are both still alive in his current timeline; he mentions wanting to get in contact with them (on several occasions), and it seems that he's on track to do so (due to the fact that he's beginning to reconnect with his former human life). As the season winds on, however, it's completely forgotten. (The subplot was apparently bumped back to Season 2, which never happened.)
** In chapter 9 of ''Arknthology Stories'' (version 1), Gabriel [[http://deathlylogic.tumblr.com/post/153219188750/9 has a vision]] of the Hethe Garsha, who speaks of "Deebo's war. Orchestrated from the very beginning of all that is, a war meant to tear everything apart”, and informs Raziel that he will be the one to start it. Presumably, this refers to [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Raziel's planned death]] at the end of the Arkn Civil War (which would lead into the Battle of the Arknza); in-universe, however, nothing comes of it.
** In "An Obligated Ascent" ([=MedBoy789=], Abaddon uses Toby's vessel to contact Drakulah and ask him to be his second-in-command. The two plan to have all humans with Guardian Arkn contact their Guardians, so that they can regroup and begin rebuilding their kingdom. While there are many episodes following this, neither Abaddon nor Drakulah ever appear again, and the plot is seemingly forgotten. In ''The Golden Queen'', it's revealed that Delphar has built the city of New Elysium, where he rules over the surviving Arkn.
* ActionGirl: Seraphina, Ambriel, and Phobos all qualify as this.
* AIIsACrapshoot: .Reality generally functions as intended. However, the timelines are ''incredibly'' fragile; the slightest hint of invasion causes glitches, crashes, and resets. The beings spawned to ''combat'' those glitches are prone to glitching themselves and attacking humans -- as are the beings that weave the fabric of the program.
** Played straight with Project Entropy. The Entropy machine was created as a duplicate of .Reality for the Arkn to live in, separating them from the Dekn once and for all. However, the program's engineers were forced to activate it before it could be completed; [[spoiler: in its unfinished state, Entropy connected to the existing .Reality and overloaded the system, causing a shutdown. Entropy interpreted this as an "error" and attempted to fix it — resulting in an cataclysmic anomaly called a Red Nova that caused the fabric of the entire universe to splinter into ragged fragments. The engineers reprogrammed the system (now renamed "Voidweb") to repair the damage it had caused by "reconnecting" the separated fragments of the universe. The end result? A cybernetic BlobMonster that "connects" all living things by [[TheAssimilator assimilating]] them into a HiveMind.]]

* AlienGeometries: The Infernous (especially as seen in ''WebVideo/TheKnightShift'') is a pretty good example. In the upstairs hallway, for example, every door just leads out of the door at the end of the hallway, and when that door is sealed, [[spoiler: they lead outside]].
* AllThereInTheManual: Subverted: the official wiki reveals many facts about the characters, some of which are unstated; unfortunately, many of the pages were written based on the information that was available at that time, and were infrequently updated (resulting in much of the info being incomplete, outdated, or just plain wrong).
* AlternateSelf: All of the human characters have countless variations of themselves existing throughout .Reality. [[{{Understatement}} A few]] of them have been introduced.
** The Alex Winter followed at the start of ACFW represents Timeline A Alex: a patient of Dr. Ellis, and a survivor of the Winter Family Massacre. The Alex Winter of Timeline B was responsible for the Winter Family Massacre at age 7, and is incarcerated and on Death Row. Timeline B.2 Alex is an internet reviewer who uncovers a few things involving the Arkn and Lurkers. [[spoiler: In the episode "The Court of 3 Kings", it's revealed that all the Alexes we've met were really Uriel, living out the lives of some of his human counterparts in the Infernous as part of his punishment. (However, versions of all of these individuals do apparently exist within .Reality, with Alex A being the "Alex Prime", i.e. the one with whom Uriel eventually merges.)]]
*** The vlog ''[=Starving4Truth=]'' introduces us to yet another version of Alex Winter -- this one a {{Sociopath}} who calls himself "Tony", and was acquitted of murdering his family (but hinted to actually be responsible for their deaths, due to DemonicPossession).
*** Another short-lived vlog from the Mirrorverse, ''awalkinthepark'', involves yet another version of Alex who investigates the New Age religion of "Arknism" — only to get tangled up in the crimes of The Hooks Killer.
*** Every version of Alex qualifies as an Alternate Self of King Uriel: he's .Reality's "interpretation" of Uriel as a data form human, (generated when the Arkn King threw himself into one of the .Reality engines).
** Given that the original humans were directly patterned after specific Arkn (and that the same applies to the recreations of those humans who exist in .Reality), ''all'' humans are technically alternate versions of Arkn (hence why the Debigrath Effect[[note]]a "glitch" of .Reality that causes an incoming entity or object entering a new timeline to replace its counterpart -- often instantaneously[[/note]] applies to Arkn).
** Season 1 of ''Michael's Camera'' opens with Michael Knight having recently shifted into an offshoot of Timeline A (via .relapse), replacing a version of himself who was under house arrest and having trouble with Lurkers [[spoiler: (and is implied to have been killed by a Lurker or Sethe)]]. Unfortunately, Michael doesn't know how to deal with Lurkers any better than his predecessor, and his next encounter ends with the timeline crashing and resetting.
** Season 2 opens with an alternate version of Michael, who seems to be experiencing the same things Michael Knight went through early in Season 1...right before [[spoiler: Michael Knight replaces him via the Debigrath Effect]].
*** While .Hopping (see below), Michael Knight also replaces several alternate versions of himself. In most cases, his "other self" is simply wearing a different tee-shirt (or ''no'' shirt, in the case of one Michael). However, he briefly ends up holed up in one timeline where he and Alex Winter are siblings. Michaelis later confirms that in several timelines, Michael and Alex Winter are brothers -- and that in most of those timelines (including his own), they have a sister named Elizabeth. When Michaelis first enters Michael Knight's timeline, he's surprised to find that his human brother is still alive [[spoiler: (not to mention overwhelmed after hearing Alex's voice on the phone)]].
** Michaelis himself is a special "fake" version of Michael Knight. He was created by a glitch in .Reality, caused by King Uriel throwing himself into the .Reality core.
*** While trapped in a "house" in Humanity's Infernous, Azrael meets several deceased Michaels from various timelines: "Tour Guide Michael" (who shows Azrael around their "cell") is a pedophile who dresses in a white turtleneck and sunglasses; [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Spooky Michael"]] is a silent, sinister figure in a rabbit mask who steals milk from the refrigerator; two other versions of Michael also appear briefly -- one sitting on the toilet (dressed in a tacky polyester shirt), and another in the garage who wears blood-splattered clothes and wields a baseball bat. (As it turns out, The Carver was killing various versions of Michael to [[spoiler: try to find the most powerful one]].)
** In an interesting variation, Tobit and Tobias Kestler are twin brothers born in different timelines.[[note]](The Kestlers jumped timelines, somehow producing a version of the same son within each.)[[/note]] Tobit went on to fuse with Raphael and become an Arknza, while Tobias is a human prophet.
*** [=MedBoy456=] introduces us to yet another version of Toby Kestler who happens to be the Guarded Human of the mad Arkn Gynesis. (This later becomes a minor plot point in Season 2 of [=MedBoy789=]: Raphael discovers that someone is killing off alternate versions of Tobias, and immediately suspects that it's one of Toby's duplicates -- and that Gynesis is the culprit, due to his connection with Cain. The guilty party is later revealed to be [[spoiler: Elias Exodus]].)

* Dragons:
** ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'':
*** Professor Dove is this to [=.GIFfany=]. She is the final professor to make an appearance [[spoiler:unless one counts Eve or the next-gens]] but is constantly talked up as a major threat and a huge asshole at that. Most of the professors range from FriendlyEnemy to being outright helpful, with only a few of them being fully hostile and threatening. Dove, on the other hand, loyally serves [=.GIFfany=] as her right-hand woman, enforcer, and is the final copy faced before the rush to [=.GIFfany=] herself. [[spoiler:Ultimately subverted: tby the time Dove ''actually'' shows up, it was just after [=.GIFfany=] "called off" her plan to attack the world. [=.GIFfany=] is still the main villain, but her and Dove's agendas completely break apart.]] While she's unseen by the Pines for the bulk of the story, Dove is constantly spying on the group and in two cases (Sonia and Shannon's domains) her army jumps in to do something.
*** For the endgame, [[spoiler:Professor Courtlyn of the Second Generation copies becomes this to [=.GIFfany=], as she is Dove's explicit replacement, the final one of the Second Gens faced, and takes Dove's job of being the "legal expert."]]
*** The whole plot of this kicked off because Gideon ''wanted'' to have [=.GIFfany=] as his Dragon once he actually found out that his "revival spell" didn't just bring a useless disc with a soul. It backfires horribly. [[spoiler:Gideon ends up taking the job of Dove's Dragon, against [=.GIFfany=]'s wishes. Once Dove's fired, Gideon has no idea what to do, so he sneaks up on Dipper and Mabel to try to attack them towards the end of the story... but by that point, he's absolutely exhausted and just goes down when Dipper kind of tells him to stop.]]
** The Envy Devil to the Pride Devil in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. She and her brother (the Wrath Devil) are the final members of the Inner Evil Demons faced, but she's the brains actually pulling him around,
** Sakura to "Naruto" in ''naruto the guy with the ninja'', as the first person he brainwashed, his top enforcer, and inexplicably being extremely powerful. Naruto actually doesn't like this: as he's a deliberate parody of overpowering fan fics that have heavy amounts of bashing, he's a "Sakura basher" who thinks of her as "useless," yet as the people he brainwashed are ''smarter'' than him, Sakura constantly takes action against his commands and ends up being the big patroller of Konoha. [[spoiler:It's implied that Naruto's sheer disrespect towards her in ''all'' the ways he does is thrown back at him with karma, given that every character who kicks his ass (except Nepeta, but Nepeta "survived" him rather than actually flat-out counter fights him) has pink hair just like Sakura.]]
** ''Emazh In'' initially presents Ninthee as the BigBad, and to some extent that applies as she ''is'' the reason Dan is stuck in the Emazh world in the first place, but it's later revealed that she and Lilith are CoDragons to Fatephinal. Noteably, even after Ninthee is faced at the end of the First Saga, she still stays relevant to the story, while Lilith somewhat becomes DemotedToExtra after the Second Saga, and even Fatephinal drops in relevance a bit after she's beaten in the Third Saga and the story shifts focus on finding Kristie for the Last Arc.
** Gary to Kevin in ''Dragon Butt''. As all the antagonists are literal dragons, this would notably be a literal case, but it's kind of hampered by how, again, ''all'' the villains are dragons. Drabarian, the half-dragon, half-Buttbarian, wants to be this too, but he's really just a pathetic wannabe assassin.

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Do you really want something that feels really redundant and off compared to what's revealed in canon, in some cases what was already revealed, and ultimately the result of me rushing through something I've been less interested in writing? If I did do ''Desert City'' around that time before the Homeworld stuff, I probably would have just remade it from the ground up. And that includes changing the name -- Desert Amethyst wouldn't be Peridot "but the Desertverse kind of Peridot, which in that world are pretty much more like Quartzes build-wise" or something like that. That just sounds needlessly confusing for the sake of a grandfather clause.

And I'm sure the story formerly known as ''...I Thought Those Were the Ingredients'' would come off as "did you even watch the original show?"-levels of bad compared to how ''Steven Universe'' had been developed since then if I did not make any changes to the plot since the first time I came up with it, with features in hindsight coming off as extremely unusual like the Gems freely being able to go in to space, or Steven's overpowered "Mindscape" thing that was ultimately scrapped. Plus, I already ended up using the "a number of characters who aren't exactly ''all'' a 'group' together end up getting powerful elemental swords one-by-one by searching through ancient temples in the corners of the planet" plot element in ''Escape From Fanservice Island'' without really realizing it: I forgot about that plan in ITTWTI by the time I came up with the six temples and the Keeper Blades.
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Xyzabd %%(Writing this so i can find it later)

'''LOST SMILE AND STRANGE CIRCUS'''

'''''{{VideoGame/Lost Smile And Strange Circus}}''''' is a MobilePhoneGame released in 2017 by SEEC inc. The game follows a young girl called Noah, an orphan, who has been surrounded by misery all her life due to her not being able to smile. She eventually runs away from her orphanage, but just when she thinks she’s free some strange men try to attack her. Thankfully a mysterious man called Oddman comes to her rescue and takes her into the ‘darkness’ where he is the master of a circus of other wayward souls.

%%Hey. I think the next paragraph has way too much information, but I'm not sure how to shorten it. IF anybody has any ideas, please edit it.
The gameplay consists of tapping on the screen in order to atract 'Audiences' (little black creatures whose purpose [[BlindIdiotTranslation is not made quite clear]]), wich you can later use to buy pictures, lamps, boosters, and all sorts of things. You can also unlock more performers using this audiences, wich will increase the amount of audiences you can automatically produce, and invite audiences to each performer's stage, wich will also increase the number of audiences you automatically produce. Over time different circus members will appear on the 'main' screen (where you tap the lamp) once you've unlocked them. The first time you click on them you'll obtain a picture (necessary in order to complete the game), and next time they appear you'll be able to watch 'TV' (an ad) in order to get a scarlet stone. Once you have all pictures from all members (not including the member notes) you willl reach the ending. There's also the 'Flower of Chera', a place where you feed audiences who 'have fulfilled their purpose in life' to a flower as fertilizer, wich will unlock 'something special'.

The game is fairly short, and with enough patience can be finished in one day. It can be found on the [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.seec.sim.girlandcircus.en Google Play Store for Android.]] [[labelnote: minor note]] As it is an in-house translation, the game can be confusing at times due to things not being translated well from english, but overall it is still understandable. [[/labelnote]]
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'''Bellow, the tropes:'''
* [[spoiler: BadPowersGoodPeople: The Oddman is tasked with 'taking away' people who wander into the darkness, however, he is far from being evil.]]
* BlindIdiotTranslation: The game suffers from this in certain parts, as it is an in house translation from japanese, resulting in making it more confusing than it should be. However, it's still readable and understandable for the most part.
* CartoonJuggling: On Jack's sprite, of the arc variety.
* CircusOfFear: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. The circus is creepy but definitively ''not'' evil.
* DarkIsNotEvil: The circus has a pretty sinister and creepy vibe to it, but none of it's members is a villain.
* TheFreakshow: The circus the Oddman directs haves some shades of this, although it seems to operate more like a normal circus.
* MobilePhoneGame
* NonHumanHead: Several of the characters have this, including:
** Jack, who has a box head
** Billy, with a cat head
** Rebecca, whose head seems to be some kind of dessert on a cup
** Alphonse, who has a sheep head.
** and Oscar, who has what seems to be a tv for a face
* RecurringDreams: Noah has one where there is a woman with a baby. The woman is singing a lullaby, when suddenly a dark man comes and kidnaps her, leaving the baby all alone.
** [[spoiler: FlashbackNightmare: Turns out her dreams have some truth to them, and this is how Oddman met her mother, Chera.]]
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!!Characters:
[[folder: Main Characters]]
!!Noah
* EmotionlessGirl: Noah, due to her not being to smile or show her emotions properly.
* GenderBlenderName: Noah.
* RecurringDreams: Noah has one where there is a woman with a baby. The woman is singing a lullaby, when suddenly a dark man comes and kidnaps her, leaving the baby all alone.
** [[spoiler: FlashbackNightmare: Turns out her dreams have some truth to them, and this is how Oddman met her mother, Chera.]]
!!The Oddman
* CoatHatMask: Oddman. He uses a PlagueDoctor's mask, too.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: The Oddman's real name (if he actually ''has'' any) is unknown.
* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Subverted. The Oddman isn't evil.
[[/folder]]
[[folder: Performers]]
!!Jack
* {{Adorkable}}: Jack. His akwardness towards Noah it's pretty cute.
* NonHumanHead: a box head
!!Jasmin
* LivingToys: A living doll.
!!Billy
* KnifeThrowingAct: Billy's usual circus act consists of this, just with stuffed animals instead of people. At one point he asks Noah if she would like to be the LovelyAssistant in one of his acts. She politely declines.
* NonHumanHead: a cat head
!!Rebecca
* LevelAte: Rebecca's stage includes things such as: giant teacups and teapots, giant donuts and giant pancakes.
* NonHumanHead: some kind of dessert on a cup
* WhipItGood: Rebecca's WeaponOfChoice, since she's a tiger tamer.
!!Alphonse
* NonHumanHead: a sheep head.
!!Angeletta
* BandLand: Angeletta's stage.
* BlindMusician: Angeletta is a blind singer
!!Oscar
* NonHumanHead: a tv for a face
* StageMagician: Oscar seems to be this.
!!Mr. Mush
* MushroomMan
!!Daigo
* BreathWeapon: Daigo, the circus' firebreather, seems to be this.
!!Roberti
* {{Jerkass}}: Roberti.
* MonsterClown: Roberti certainly seems to fit the role
* ScaryJackInTheBox: Roberti's head
[[/folder]]
[[folder: Other Characters]]
!!The kidnapper
!![[spoiler: Chera]]

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[[folder:Context-less Stuff (this doesn't exist)]]

* BestKnownForTheFanservice: Even the players that unironically think the game is decent (for a US$15 ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' clone) don't particularly care about the game's main story. They're just here to see [[{{BBW}} the slightly chubby near-naked angels.]] Male fanservice isn't ''completely'' left out -- you could have Roy wandering around in nothing but a fig leaf, with his ass facing the screen 99% of the time, but you'll have to pack additional buffs to get past the harsh environments of all the surrounding areas.
* ClicheStorm: Part of the game's NarmCharm, though. We've got a Devil-themed (in fact, he's pretty much the Devil himself) BigBad with a big [[PillarOfLight portal in the sky]], a number of captured damsels who still ultimately help out the hero greatly,
* DemonicSpiders:
** ''Literal'' Demon Spiders are completely silent, somehow able to easily sneak up on you despite their massive size, patrol only very dark areas, and hit like trains. Oh yeah, they also come out at full force during Black Moons.
* DisappointingLastLevel: The gameplay is surprisingly okay-ish right until the very end, which ramps up in difficulty considerably and is a borderline MarathonLevel that forces you to do the entire thing without leaving once for any upgrades or heals. While the game did get unironic praise for its creative boss designs, the final boss is your standard BigRedDevil, and the fight itself relies too much on him dealing a bunch of damage and being a tank.
* EnsembleDarkhorse:
** The Left Leg Manifestation, the boss of the water area. It's a multi-armed dancing shark beast thing (with the usual skeletal leg that fits in line with "each region boss has a piece of a skeleton in it" theme).
* FanNickname:
** WordOfGod is that there is no official way to pronounce the underscore in the game's title (he gives "Blank Roy," "Underscore Roy," or just "Roy" all as valid ways of saying the name), but most fans -- both ironic and unironic -- go with calling it "Underscore Roy."
**
* GameBreaker:
** All seven of the angel gifts:
*** Yes, Roxy's Holy Blade is downright laughable -- 0.1 damage in the tutorial itself, and once you've rescued the six angels there, it's still at a measely 0.7. A stick is more than twice as strong as that. But, the more angels you save, the more power it gets. The sword is also completely unbreakable, and doubles in power during a Black Moon or in the final area. With Roxy's sensor, it's easy to seek out and locate angels left and right. The "safe spot" central area alone has well around 300 of them, bringing your damage up to about 30 -- 60 under a Black Moon. In other words, exploring enough can net you an unbreakable weapon that's as powerful as mid-lategame equipment. And if you search enough to get all 900 of them, get the True Holy Blade (which is a direct boost in attack from 90 to 120), hoo boy... all that's left is the final area, but it becomes laughably easy to just blow through Hell itself with your '''unbreakable, 240-damage sword.''' Compared to ''The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild'', damage numbers mostly work the same way, and ''nothing'' from [=BotW=] even comes ''close'' to a Black Moon-powered True Holy Blade.
*** Yellow's Holy Dash is essentially a powerful [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog homing attack]], ''combined with'' a ridiculous speed boost and a way to gain height. It lets you burst through enemies with no durability cost or any risk of colision damage, and uses ''twice'' the weapon's attack power on each foe dashed through (meaning that, combined with an Awakened True Holy Blade, you can deck '''''480'''' damage against the FinalBoss, taking out over 4/5ths of his damn health).
*** Green's Holy Vines make climbing downright trivial. They allow you to scale a wall in a manner that would make even the Holy Dash seem munane by comparison, and can easily get you to zip past the Blue and especially Aqua and Pink story routes with their heavy emphasis on climbing. Oh, and this game encourages you to get Green before any of those paths.
*** Aqua's Holy Frost is Cryonis on steroids, which can be used on dry land or even in the lava of the volcanic area. You can make entire walls of ice, trapping enemies with ease while you can just dive on them and wail. And none of this is getting in to the glitches with the horses, or how many of the angel puzzles are breezed over with this.
*** Blue's Holy Cleanse gets rid of status ailments, which can be a godscend in the jungle or graveyard factory (which both ''love'' them, especially poison). Oh, and it also acts as a heal. Which comes with special blue hearts -- you get five of them per use of the Cleanse, and they regenerate slowly unless ''all five'' of them are depleted. So, free extra health barrier.
*** Pink's Holy Magic is a bit luck-based, but it's still an incredible item generator that eliminates the need to go around globally to grind for items. With enough patience, this can get you ''anything'' -- even the ultra-rare items or ingredients.
*** Red's Holy Flame is a colossal area-of-effect fire attack. Ice enemies die instantly, and even fire enemies are able to take damage with it.
* GoodBadBugs:
** Supersonic Horses. For whatever reason, horses in the game have an ''insane'' upper speed limit when going in reverse. And that "limit" is not something capped by the game, but rather when hitting that limit, Roy goes ''flying'' off. It's entirely possible to fast-ride horses to the six major bosses and beat them in under ten minutes.
** It is ''extremely easy'' to replace models in this game. As in, you just need to dump files in a certain folder, and you're good to go. Apparently this was something the developer put in just to goof off (as it's a specific program/system that was made to "test" the way certain joints interact with one-another), but he left it in out of laziness.
** By placing a bomb just right, it's entirely possible to instakill a demon spider.
* MemeticMutation:
** Many of the faces Roy makes during the cutscene images are just bizarre and wouldn't look out of place as goofy reaction images. Especially when he's being attacked in [[{{Narm}} what would be serious]] boss introductions.
** "If the world was love, the world would be a happier place."[[labelnote:Explanation]]This is the very last thing in the game before it goes back to the title screen, even after [[/labelnote]]
** Roy holding a flag with some nonsensical or goofy image on it, such as [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill on the toilet when he was constipated,]] a poorly drawn MS Paint-looking smiley face, or one of his aformentioned funny faces from the [=CGs=].
** "Go north but not that north."[[labelnote:Explanation]][[ExpositionFairy Roxy]] tells you that TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon is around the north part of the map, but going further than that is the autumn forest/volcanic region. And just south of that is Angel Town. She uses this exact quote to describe the directions, which sounds very vague.[[/labelnote]]
** Roy's ass. Stupid sexy Roy.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Roy starts out the game butt-naked aside from a fig leaf. You don't get your first suit of armor until after clearing the tutorial level, which can take about 15 minutes. The camera is often positioned behind him. Aside from Roxy and the other angels found in the turoial area, there's little female nudity by that point, ''even though the game advertizes it heavily''.[[/labelnote]]
** "Our names are one letter off so it's like I'm watching myself naked and enjoying it WOW."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Hoo boy... this is what Roy says when you try to start flirting up Roxy in the beginning, complete with hammy wide-eye expressions.[[/labelnote]]
* {{Narm}}:
** The leadup to the final battle with the Devil seems genuinely dramatic. Then you hear the Devil ''talk'', and, my God, _Dev (both Roy and the Devil's voice actor; the fact that they're the only characters who talk in this cutscene make it obvious) cannot make an intimidating demonic voice. The result is that [[VocalDissonance a fifteen-foot tall tower of darkness, spikes, and muscle sounds like a cross between the game's]] IdiotHero and a stoner high out of his mind. Not to mention his half-assed "Roar..." Or that his animation, for some reason, is a lot choppier than the rest of the otherwise pretty good-looking game. It's almost as if the team wanted to make Satan himself a goofy boss on purpose.
** The camera can be freely moved in any cutscene that isn't just [=2D=] concept art. This means that you can do your own MaleGaze or FemaleGaze, or move the camera at a funny angle (like up a character's nose). It's kind of hard to take Roxy's explanation of the plot seriously when her fat, naked ass takes up the entire screen.
** According to the [=CGs=], Roy '''canonically''' goes armorless for the whole story. Meaning that, even when offered warm clothing, he goes in nothing but a fig leaf through the snowy mountains to the south.
** Roy and Roxy's relationship development. In some ways, part of it could be [[NarmCharm genuinely touching...]] '''if''' you do the game in the order that the developer nudges you to -> Yellow, Green, Aqua, Blue, Pink, Red, final boss. Otherwise, you get what seems like a relationship pieced together out of order, all because you followed through with the game's promise of being able to do things your own way. If you decide to skip straight to the final boss, the two will go from barely having spoken to eachother to giving off over-the-top dialogue about how much they've longed to be with one-another and spent "so much time together."
** In the final battle on the Gold Ending, the Devil tries to attack the completely restored Angel City. This is shown through animation, though it ''really'' shouldn't have due to the poor special effects. Basically, we suddenly cut to Angel City, to see a poorly-rendered giant black sword just slowly ''falling'' towards the city done in a matter that screams "the animator just moved the weapon down with a program and then stopped it mid-air." Cue reaction shots of the 899 angels gasping. Oh, and the time of day there is based on the time of day you fight the Devil, so this could be happening in broad daylight. What could have been a legitimately dramatic turning point in the battle is absolutely demolished by SpecialEffectsFailure.
* ParanoiaFuel:
** The numerous "ghosts" in this game are watching you. At all times. Be sure to not wander out in to places that are too dark at night! And reminder that during a Black Moon, "too dark" can extend to "anything with a shadow."
* ScrappyMechanic:
** Black Moons. They're nights that, due to temporal manipulation powers, last ''three times as long'' as a regular night (in a game where night is considerably longer than day). And they mean a shit ton of monsters will appear. They cannot be slept through (you'll always get the "it's too dangerous to sleep here" message regardless of whether or not there are any enemies around), you have to rely on watching the sky to see when day comes because the watch just reads "??:??" (apparently the creator didn't think of the "regular" times displaying, but just moving three times as slow), Angel Town will be locked off as every angel you rescue is in hiding, you can't unearth additional angels, and even Roxy can't be contacted as ''she too'' is in hiding. These things are considered the only reason why any player would craft up a mini-house, as that feature is otherwise all-but useless. The ''one'' upside is that bosses are unchanged while a Black Moon is going on, and the backdrop makes for a cool-looking effect to the battle. [[spoiler:If you get all 900 angels, then Angel City will ''finally'' gain an aura around it that renders it immune to the effects. But by that point, you've already done everything the game has except possibly take on the final dungeon (which is in permanent "Black Moon" state regardless). You ''can'' sleep through it then as True Angel City is guarded well-enough, but again, you have to just about clear every single other thing to access it.]]
** Rocket riding seems really cool, except that it's near-impossible to control where you're going, and touching ''anything'' will cause the rocket to burst -- including clouds or ''strong-enough wind breezes.'' If you're flying over a huge drop, this means instant death. Also, getting to the final area requires a very ''long'' ride straight up, although mercifully there are no strong winds in the center of the map.
** While the game actively seeked out to alleviate some issues players had with ''Breath of the Wild'', the weather was made considerably ''worse''. Now, you have "cold days" or "hot days" that respectively lower/raise the temperature to the point where you need immunity from the harsh climate. If you have the right armor, this means you're stuck using that one unless you head to another region (and, weather-wise, the regions are ''huge''). If not, chances are you're SOL, especially early in the game. Oh yeah, and for some reason, _Dev thought it would be a good idea to distinguish "dry heat/coldness" with "wet heat/coldness." Meaning that something that can protect you from a hot and humid environment (like a jungle) will ''not'' work if the weather is dry and desert-y.
* SoBadItsGood: The gameplay is considered passable, especially after the price drop from 15 to 10 US dollars, but it would just be considered an underwhelming open-world indie game if not for the really bizarre writing choices. An easily-abusable custom flag maker system, really bad mistranslations, a plot that barely makes sense,
* SpecialEffectFailure:
** At the beginning, Roy wakes up naked in the Purgatory Battlefield -- except, he's supposed to be ''naked'' naked, not in the fig leaf that he wears when he is without armor. He soon slaps on a leaf before you control him. Except, with Snapshot Mode or simply by looking near his legs when he stands up, the fig leaf is already visibly on him.
* {{Squick}}:
** Roy feels the need to bring up, more than once, that he feels like he's making out with his own DistaffCounterpart if he hits on Roxy, because of the similar names. They're actually nothing alike, but it [[ScrewYourself really gives the wrong vibe.]] The line was ''intended'' to sound stupid (based on Roxy's expression reacting to it), but probably not to the degree that it ended up being.
** Certain parts of the jungle are absolute hell for those that don't like bugs. One place that's close to being a DisconnectedSideArea is a tunnel that has centipedes crawling around the ground, ceiling, and walls. And that's not getting into the part where a bunch of spiders chase you.
* ThatOneBoss: Most of the bosses are easy, with the exception of the Left Arm Manifestation. His schtick is summoning undead warriors -- and he'll ZergRush you with them,
* ThatOneLevel:
** Even by the standards of TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon, the Gates of Hell are brutal. From a distance, it looks like a castle high in the air, meaning indoors, meaning lots of solid land to run around on in spite of the high setting, right? Wrong. The whole place is a labyrinth of narrow walkways and tiny platforms over a ''very long'' drop to the world proper, which due to the game's system of fall damage would mean instant death. The first section involves taking on six switches loosely based on the six major regions of the world, and while you can do them in any order, it practically becomes a SadistsChoice given that all six are heavily guarded, there is no reward for one that could relieve the others, and the absolute kicker of the level: '''everything''' resets if you're knocked off. Oh yeah, after flipping the switches, there's the ascention to the final boss, which is difficult in its own right. And that is followed up by the final boss, an outright nightmare. And the icing on the cake? The region is, for all intents and purposes, on a permanent Black Moon. Even if you approach it during the day. This means you're being chased after by an endless number of enemies as
** [[LethalLavaLand Fyie Crater]] is considered the hardest of the six "boss" regions, which is especially evil as the game's tutorial is set in the early beginning of the region -- giving the impression that the overall red part of the map is easier than the rest.
** [[JungleJapes Roc Jungle]] isn't that much easier, even if it is easier than the latter 3/4ths of the red region. The place starts out just fine, as a tame jungle level... then you go in to the cavern, and it turns out to be as nasty as ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}''[='=]s '''underground''' jungle -- confirmed by WordOfGod to be its direct inspiration. The result is a long, confusing, [[BlackoutBasement dark]] labyrinth of twisting vines and flower cannons.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:
** The Blue Section/Cliffs of Dohpoor is considered to be one of the more interesting moments of the game, although it was plagued by being considerably shorter (both the path you need to take to hit the boss, and the ''entire map area itself'' since most of it is just empty lake/ocean) and with bad water controls. Blue's actress put effort in to playing a ''[[TookTheBadFilmSeriously serious]]'' character rather than a [[LargeHam ham]] like the other five voice-acted main angels, and her relationship with Roy is thought of by some to be even ''more'' developed and strong than his "relationship" with Roxy (who is, according to WordOfGod, his main love interest). Also, the dancing multi-armed shark demon man for the boss. A highlight of the game.
** The game puts heavy emphasis on how the PhysicalHeaven here is located in the ground, while the PhysicalHell is in the sky -- a reverse of how the places are almost always portrayed. However, not much comes of this, except for having the excuse of the final level to be littered with drops leading to instant death. Which can just as easily be done in any FireAndBrimstoneHell area, just plug in BottomlessPits of fire.
* TookTheBadFilmSeriously: The game isn't '''horrible''' by any means, but it's generally regarded to be enjoyable for the wrong reasons -- the hoarde of awesome bugs that can take you everywhere at supersonic speeds, the nonsensical hole-riddled plot, and Roy's FountainOfMemes. With that being said, the voice actresses are pretty damn good. Most go for a HamAndCheese route, but Roxy's and Blue's get really in to their roles.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids: Downplayed as it ''does'' technically have a Teen rating, but it's absolutely loaded with literally hundreds of bare women's asses (and two men's asses -- the player character's default outfit and the BigBad), somehow managing to squeak by while some games have been hit harder when it comes to {{fanservice}} despite showing far less. With all that being said, the characters are not ''blatantly'' sexualized (hell, at no [=3D=] cutscene in the game is MaleGaze played straight -- you have to manually rotate the camera to get ass shots), and very little of this wouldn't look out of place in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda its inspiration.]] The only edge it has on Nintendo games aside from the butts is the SurrealHorror NightmareFace-infested factor of the Pink Sector, and even then, you can't exactly rate a game higher for no other reason than its content going for a scare factor if there is nothing distinctly "adult" about the scare methods used.

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* Thought ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild''[='=]s Blood Moon was bad? Or ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}''[='=]s? Well, the '''Black''' Moon from this game effectively combines both, and ramps the nastyness UpToEleven. It's like the latter in that it's a full night (except ''longer'', as "temporal distortion" will make it three times longer than a normal night gameplay-wise, and the clock will read "??:??") where enemies spawn more than usual and water will gain a red, blood-like coloration to it. And it's like the former in that it respawns all killed enemies (but only at the very end; the foes during the moon are procedurally generated). It's so bad that the friggin' angels themselves go in to hiding and won't
** Hell, Luna, the angel that tells you about the night's moon, will absolutely freak out if the night is a Black Moon night. You'll see her shivering as she stares in to the sky, and when talking to her, she stops being her normal upbeat self and just replies with a blank "..." Ask her about the moon and she will scream to make shelter, and board it up tightly.
* For whatever reason, ''_Roy'' really has an obsession with eerie EasterEgg[=s=]. There are a lot of things that are harmless, yet seem like they could kill you.
** The New Moon Ghost. Only on New Moon nights, you ''might'' notice what looks like the dark outline of a figure in some kind of thick robe with a hood, with two shining lights for eyes looking right at you. This is a sprite, not a model, that hangs out in the distance -- but always on the top of hills, and always a general range around you. Not too close, and not too far. Somehow, the limited and two-dimensional graphics make this ''worse''. Likely because it gives off the vibe that this guy ''is'' a background detail, and
* As you approach the six bosses, they each taunt you and try attacking you in increasingly aggressive and blatant ways:
**
* Everything about the [[EternalEngine Junkyard]] [[BigBoosHaunt Graveyard.]] Yes, it's a silly and uninspired name. But the whole place is filled to the brim with being... "haunted." What perhaps takes the cake is the giant Mausoleum at the end -- Roy has to descend several levels, each one having giant images of demonic faces on the walls that get worse and worse as you go deeper. Then he flips the place upside-down, and finds that what was originally just a sunlight is now some kind of portal pool of gel... stuff that sends him on to some kind of giant ghost ship, where he fights the boss of the map's pink sector. Oh yeah, and this ghost ship is the one and only boss area that you cannot re-enter. The gravity-flipping switch is just ''gone'', the portal does not appear on the ceiling, and even the map cites Pink's rescue point as the Mausoleum itself. Hell, if you set the Travel Icon on the ship, its destination will instead be on the Mausoleum (wheras using it in other "areas you can't return to" will give a stern warning message that "Returning there would be a '''terrible''' (in red) idea), which suggests that the whole damn boss fight was a hallucination or something. But if that was the case, how the hell was Pink rescused, and what ''was'' the boss of that area really?
** Hell, the entire "Pink Sector" is pretty screwed up, Junkyard Graveyard is just its "boss area." The greater location is some sort of outright EldritchLocation, with
* While minor, there are a few rare points where the game's flavor text would become red -- and no, this isn't the color-coded dialogue of angels that have red text. This is the vanilla messages not said by anyone suddenly getting a lot more ominous, with a "dripping" effect that even simulates ''blood'':
** Despite the entire game making sure to avert PermanentlyMissableContent (and keeping in line with this, there are no collectables here and ''definitely'' no angels to save) here are a very small number of points that you only visit once, usually related to bosses. Such as the Metal Ship, or the Imp Hideout. The game also gives you something called a Travel Icon, which works much like [=BotW=]'s Travel Medallion: place it, and it can function as a "put anywhere" warp point. If you try to place the Travel Icon in one of those locations, it'll still work -- while you're there. Once you leave, however, you'll get the message "Returning ''there'' would be a terrible idea." And the word "terrible" is the only one in red. Considering how one of those warp points is a cave in the jungle area that ends up being completely filled with spiders, well... the one exception to this is the boss fought to rescue Pink. If you set the Icon on the ghost ship, once the boss is beaten it'll automatically be (re-?)located to the entrance of the Mausoleum, which suggests that everything from Roy flipping the place upside down onwards was some sort of hallucination.
** When visiting Angel City after fully repairing it (achieved by getting all 900 of the angels, which is practically completing the game apart from the final dungeon), Roxy's house has an additional door. Trying to go in it will result in Roy partially opening it, only for the usual "You've gone too far" prompt to appear as he suddenly slams the door shut. Roxy will not comment on this. Try it again, and the message pops up in the "bleeding red" form -- "You have gone TOO FAR." The third times and onward are identical, but each one has a very tiny chance that Roxy herself will pull you away with no warning and give you her usual pissed off NightmareFace. Oh, and WordOfGod is being silent about just what the hell the first angel you meet could possibly be hiding.
* If you try to swim as far as you can out into the ocean, a '''huge''' tentacle will grab Roy. That's not where this ends, the game drags things out a bit: said tentacle will lift Roy high in the air, and the head of an ''enormous'' leviathan abomination thing will stick out and roar at you. ''Then'' it drops Roy in to its mouth, killing him instantly.
** The sand whale in the desert ends of the map is much smaller, but it's still huge and you can see it come barreling at you from the distance at a million miles per hour... unless you're in one of the areas hit by a sandstorm, where it just flat-out ''comes out of nowhere.'' Oh, and because the boundaries are not that properly coded, a sand whale ends up glitching in to the desert if you go out there as well, although _Dev has mentioned patching the game to fix that issue.
* Roxy's NightmareFace[=s=]. Good lord... basically, if you act like an asshole enough, there are points in time where the music will suddenly cut out, Roxy will summon herself out, ''firmly'' grab Roy by the upper arm, and spin him around to look at her. The game will automatically go in to first-person view, where she first has her eyes closed and [[TranquilFury a smile on...]] but then she'll either open her eyes or her ''entire face'' will be replaced with some inhuman looking demon expression. She has 70 of these, chosen at random, so there's a good chance you'll be caught off guard by them. Let's just say it's a good thing she's a heroic character, because she can make for a pretty fucking scary villain.
* While more scary in the "This is a bad idea, turn back" sense, think of the arenas that the bosses take place in. An ordinary human ends up needing to take down a manifestation of the Devil himself in: a tornado that's visible from a good mile away in the middle of an already-harsh desert; a giant spider web in a deep jungle cave infested with poisonous bugs ''and spiders'' (although the boss there is plant-based); out in the middle of a colossal blizzard; in the ocean near where the aformentioned leviathan is; in some kind of alternate dimension soul-boat thing; and in a volcanic area that's withing spitting distance of a wasteland with {{hellfire}} so hot that not even the armor that lets you swim in lava will keep you from catching fire. Oh, and after beating them, the final boss is in Hell itself, which is hundreds of miles up in the air.
* The fact that Angel City is the only truly space place in the game's entire world, and it's implied that the ridiculous BorderPatrol surrounding the world from all sides is because the surrounding area of Angel City is the only place in Purgatory ''habitable to human life, period.'' After leaving the Alpha Tree, that's it. Even the Alpha Tree itself will suddenly become plagued with more powerful enemies. Oh yeah, and [[spoiler:the first night after you leave (meaning ''once the Sun sets'' if you leave in the day) '''will''' be a Black Moon. It's the one and only time a Black Moon is guaranteed.]]

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* AntiFrustrationFeatures: _Dev took note of some of the divisive points in the game's various inspirations and aimed to make them... "less disliked," for lack of a better term:
** In regards to ''Breath of the Wild''[='=]s contested weapon durability, Roy is given a permanent but weak "regular weapon" in the form of the Holy Blade that Roxy gives you shortly after rescuing her at the beginning of the game. It's unbreakable, but starts out with really bad attack -- although it slowly becomes stronger as you free more angels, [[spoiler:and gets a '''huge''' damage boost after getting all 900 of them, with only the Hellfire-class weapons being stronger.]] In other words, Roy has a "last resort" both in case all his weapons break (likely to happen early on) or if the player needs to kill something but does not want to waste durability of the stronger weapons.
** While the game is more fond of areas you cannot return to after clearing them than ''Breath of the Wild'', absolutely no equipment can permanently be missed/lost, unlike weaker Lynel gear/Forest Dweller's
* BorderPatrol: While the six "main regions" only cover some parts of the map's ends rather than bordering them on all side, ''eventually'' the player will come across one of the six types of "barriers" seen through them. For convenience, the list will just lump those examples as being part of the main area:
** Go too far out in the desert sands, and a giant "sand whale" will swallow Roy, killing him instantly.
** Get out in the jungle, and eventually the ground will become mud, and further quicksand, and further still poison sludge. ''This'' poison is special in that Holy Frost cannot make platforms with it. Going out far enough via glitch will just cause the same sand whale from the desert border to kill Roy instantly.
** The snow area is, for some reason, bordered by automatic turrets (even though it would make more sense in the industrial/graveyard hybrid zone). Head out too far and they'll fire like crazy.
** The oceans have an '''enormous''' undersea EldritchAbomination that instantly eats Roy. Just the part that's actually ''visible'' is bigger than the fully-restored Angel City.
** The graveyard wasteland has a number of invincible shadow specters that, while not instantly fatal, just claw Roy to death for massive damage.
** Finally, if you are at a part bordered by a volcanic field, you can't proceed due to it being too hot. Get out far enough, and not even being literally fireproof will stop you from taking damage. And the damage is increased exponentially the farther out you go.
** If you try to glide way above that from the Gates of Hell, the skies there have their own border patrol: strange black... stuff (possibly shadow bugs, possibly just shadow energy itself) will eventually black out the whole screen. Ironically, despite being the final dungeon's border, this is the only border that does ''not'' kill Roy. Rather, he blacks out and ends up back on the last piece of land, minus four health points. If the player starts gliding and hits the point where the "Black Moon effect" is gone, they ''can'' glide over most of the other, above-listed Border Patrols and get pretty far out of bounds without triggering any of them, although the snow turrets can still snipe him from far in the air, and the northern ends being too hot will affect Roy regardless of his height (even if the temperature was previously ''freezing cold'' from his altitude).
* BrokenAesop:
** The game preaches environmentalism like there's no tomorrow ''to the point of outright hating technology'', but all six bosses (except possibly the Pink one) have some kind of "natural" theme, while most of your tools get progressively more technological and advanced.
** It also tries to have an anti-gun lesson. Not only are bows apparently something completely different, you ''do'' get guns as late-game equipment (...which fire arrows for some reason).
** The game's attempt at a pacifist message falls flat considering how you have no other choice but to kill the Devil, and if you're going for the best ending, you need to kill the bosses.
* CensoredForComedy:
** One official side-comic repeatedly cuts to Roxy weighing herself. In most cases, the weight is pixellated each time in a manner that is intentionally pointless -- her "usual" weight is shown uncensored on her profile on the official website, and the pixellation does not even cover the full number. Once it gets low enough, it's uncensored... just for to gain one more kilogram and suddenly have it get blurred out again.
** The same strip had an unintentional example where, after being "thin," Roxy's butt is covered by a towel from a towel rack, making it look like something worse was showing from behind. _Dev thought that Steam and similar rating standards had a bizarre rule where a woman's butt could not be shown if she had a "model figure." This was also originally why ''all'' 900 angels in-game are chubby (instead of "most"), as what he thought was GettingCrapPastTheRadar. When he was corrected about this, he edited the panel to actually show it.
** One side quest inspired by the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series has you deliver a "secret something" from one angel to another. She tells you not to peek in, and it's heavily implied that its contents are porn. When the item shows up in your inventory, it appears as a brown paper bag, and the contents inside are pixellated. So is half of the description[[note]]Unlike the comic's use of censoring words and numbers, the text can't really be deciphered[[/note]].
--->'''Item Description:''' WELL. Hard to really call yourself "angelic" if you're in to [blurred out]!
** WordOfGod is that this is the reason why the angels' (and Roy's) groins are not subjected to BarbieDollAnatomy as their chests are. He thought it would be funnier if, whenever they lack feathers down there for whatever reason, they were censored by "chibi" images of them (usually showing their butts to the viewer). If this applied to the chests, it would have to be all the time, which would kill the joke pretty fast.
* CompressedVice: The game is usually good at avoiding this, but the tie-in comics are different:
** One comic suddenly claims Roy is a kleptomaniac. This ''might'' be referencing how in-game he's a KleptomaniacHero, but it's honestly hard to tell, and the way it's presented makes it seem like it was actually a lifelong problem rather than something just poking fun at gameplay. (Plus, in-game, every single thing he "steals" from is technically from the Devil. Everything offered by the angels is something he buys.)
** In one strip, Roxy becomes obsessed with her weight, to the point where the narrative itsel (poorly) censors her scale readings until it's low enough. Literally two strips prior, she brags about being chubby and teases Roy by shaking her butt in front of him.
** Another strip has the main seven angels suddenly start joking about men being perverted idiots (although Roy ''is'' [[GoodIsDumb a genuine idiot,]] this is about them accusing him of only thinking about sex), and refuse to aknowledge that Roy technically saved them all from being sealed in daggers for all eternity and is a genuine NiceGuy in-game. This is all so that the comic could "invert" the usual battle of the sexes plot, which is especially absurd as Roy is the only guy in the group. In-game and in all other comics, the angels barely even consider gender a ''thing'', which is also why they're all comfortable going around topless.
** Blue also secretly has a gambling addiction which is revealed and solved in just one strip, never brought up prior, and never mentioned again. And, of course, the video game has no evidence of this.
* EarlyGameHell: Sweet Cthulhu, the game skyrockets in difficulty as soon as you leave the Alpha Tree (the tutorial area). The first night that falls after leaving '''will''' be a Black Moon -- something considered brutal even with lategame equipment, let along a Holy Blade that may only have about 3 damage (6 under Black Moon) tops unless you're ''really'' good at exploring in just one in-game day, and the only town in the entire game (Angel City) starts out in a weak state and is found pretty far from your start. There's a reason why it's highly suggested to try leaving just barely after the game considers it night -- if you leave ''at'' night, it will be a normal night, buying you extra time to try to reach Angel City and prepare for the Black Moon. But then again, normal nights are filled with ghostly enemies that pack a punch. And that's just the "early first Black Moon" part, none of this is even ''mentioning'' that you have little health, and many enemies becides TheGoomba of the game can easily zip circles around you before going for what's an insta-kill at just three hearts.
* HandOrObjectUnderwear:
** Roy does this at the beginning of the game, covering his junk with his hands until he finds a large leaf just sitting there.
** Implied when a Black Moon is around [[spoiler:and you're not in the revived Angel City, which negates its "evil" (but not its temporal manipulation)]]. Roxy is the only angel visible then, and she always has one hand over her groin when you first try to summon her for hints in the night or when she explains what Black Moons are (you can only do this once per BM night; she refuses to come out of your BagOfHolding if you try again on the same night, and communicates from there instead). The Black Moon also causes the wings on her back to molt, so it's suggested that her feather-panties fell off. This is confirmed in the first (and several subsequent) official comic, where Roxy eventually has to use both hands to fight during a Black Moon, and she laments
* HotterAndSexier:
** This game itself, compared to _Dev's completely kid-friendly (and ''without'' any of the "is this really kid-friendly"-ness of ''_Roy'') earlier freeware projects. The guy used to make games about flowers; now he's made a game about virtually-naked angels.
** Even the ''official'' tie-in comics that _Dev posts on Tumblr, Twitter, Deviantart, and Pixiv are this to the game itself. While the game still (barely) manages to remain above jokes about perverts or lewd comments on the angels' nudity (although there are jokes about Roy's state at the beginning, but this is entirely played for laughs rather than intentional fanservice, [[DoubleStandard because it's male nudity]]). The comics drop that, in a manner so jarring you'd be forgiven for thinking they were fan made or even created via WordOfSaintPaul. The first one confirms that the Black Moon's ability to cause angel wings to molt does in fact also apply to their feather "clothing," which is why when Roxy is briefly seen during a Black Moon she's covering her crotch, and just escalate in to ecchi from there. The ''unofficial'' art made by the developer is flat-out smut. He's hinted that the main motivation for making the game was to make sure people wouldn't "taint" his earlier, kid-friendly projects as a sort of "bug zapper" for his game carreer. He succeeded, aside from the very occasional backfire by trolls who found his early work simply because ''_Roy'' put him in the spotlight to begin with.
* HumanoidAbomination:
** The Devil himself is portrayed as less of "big fire goat-man" and more of something downright ''alien.'' He can manipulate time (Black Moon causing night to last three times as long and for some reason going as far as disabling anything resembling a clock[[note]]And _Dev actually put a lot of detail in to this: "electronic" clocks will all just say "??:??," even if it's part of angel technology; face clocks just spin wildly until 6:00 AM (morning in-game); and even sundials will display five tentacle-like shadows slithering over the place. Only Tempora, an angel who specifically specializes in time powers, can actually tell you what time it is in this "slowed down state," because for some reason just having clocks move slower wasn't enough[[/note]]) and space (the warp sections in the Gates of Hell), his six main minions apparently do not "physically exist" yet everything else indicates they can fight you, and his residence in Hell is soehow extradimensional, which is why it's invisible despite supposedly being in the skies of Purgatory. Despite all of that, he just looks like a giant humanoid with deep red skin and spikes on his shoulders.
* JumpScare:
** At several points in the game, Roxy will ask you something along the lines of if you're going to save all of the 900 angels total. Saying something that amounts to "I'll never go back and get the rest of them, even after beating the Devil" will result in her suddenly giving Roy (and the player) quite the NightmareFace.
** The Sand Whale will zoom up to you and eat you with almost no warning if you go out of bounds in the "desert" end of the map. (And the "jungle" end, but that is confirmed to be a bug _Dev intends on patching.) There's even less warning if you're unlucky enough to have that happen in an area coated in sandstorm.
* NoobCave: The Alpha Tree, which is where Roy ends up after leaving the Transport Station (the tutorial area, where Roxy is freed). It's the game's Great Plateau equivalent; a large area that's still ultimately a small-scale version of the game's map, where the player is thrown in to a huge sandbox style at the start.
* OddNameOut: The absolute '''main''' seven angels[[note]]Given that there are several other angels who function as shopkeepers, with sidequests, etc; more major than the ones that are just [=NPCs=] with another point to Angels Saved but not as important as these seven[[/note]] -- the ones directly freed from the area bosses as well as your guide throughout the entire game -- are named after primary and secondary colors, [[SarcasmMode and what you get when you mix all lights together.]] You know, Red, Yellow, Green, Aqua, Blue, Pink, and Roxy. [[SarcasmMode Get it, because Roxy light is the combination of all of them?]] Odder still is that Roxy, being literally white, fits with the color theme herself.
* RunningGag:
** You never use the "Boss Keys" on traditional boss doors. Instead, you're just taking the lock off of something that initiates a boss fight:
*** In Airther Desert, it ''seems'' like it's to the door of a slanting temple... except that the object, on closer inspection, is actually cardboard painted to look like a door. The lock itself was the main thing keeping Roy from entering the boss arena, and for some reason, none of his powerful tools or Angel Abilities can break down the piece of cardboard. After using the key, the piece just anti-climactically ''drops''.
*** In Roc Jungle, the lock is wrapped tightly around a Flower Cannon that will blast you to the boss's arena. It is ''possible'' to make it to the arena without the key or even without pulling an actual glitch through walls/floors, but ''very difficult''.
*** In the Felaek Mountains, the chain is holding up an icey cliff. Breaking it will make it slide down the mountain, which will piss of the up-until-then inactive boss enough in to leaping on and fighting you.
*** In the Cliffs of Duhpoor, the boss would be a SealedEvilInACan by the angels trapped in a lake... except the angels accidentally sealed Blue in with him, so you ''need'' to free the boss so that you will also save Blue. The chains are around the lake itself. Or, a small pond within a harbor that mistakenly referred to as a "lake." (As the harbor itself has a large opening to the ocean, barely separated on one side by a crescent of rocks.)
*** In Junkyard Graveyard, the "boss door" with the traditional ''Zelda''-style lock on it is actually just a painted wall. The key instead unwrapps the chains around a wrecking ball, which is used to smash the wall and reveal the ''real'' Mausoleum behind it.
*** In Fie Crater, the lock and its chain are seemingly just wrapped around the ceiling, and when undone, they act as a sort of swing Roy uses to flip to the boss's platform.
*** [[spoiler:Finally averted in the Gates of Hell, where it ''is'' a regular door being unlocked... and it takes forever to open.]]
* ViolationOfCommonSense:
** The desert/wind boss is found in a giant tornado, causing a sandstorm out in the middle of the desert. You need to ''head in to the tornado''. And if you go by where the game nudges you to, this is the first boss of the game.

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Nahvye %%Still writing just so I can find it later.

'''''This thing whose name I haven't thought of yet''''' follows the life of Supertastic, a normal superheroine with speed powers, and her fight against crime. Her sidekick, Mystical Orange, helps her fight against their archenemy Night Puncher, an evil supervillain with giant metal fists that constantly terrorizes Nova Yak City.

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** Working backwards from that, perhaps regular Skeletron is actually some kind of [[LightIsNotGood light monster]] that gains power from solar light, which is why ''he's'' also stronger in the day?

** Just about everything about Gideon. He uses Subspace and the Glow to ''literally'' get in someone's mind, and he outright confesses that this is how he makes his money. He traps all of his previous girlfriends in cryogenic freezing (though the disturbing-ness of this is lessened a bit when they're unfrozen and more-or-less just talk about it like it's a minor inconvenience) and wants to do the same with Ramona. Also, most of the other fights with the Evil Exes are bloodless; Gideon gets several ''nasty'' blows [[spoiler:including some fatal stabs]] to both Scott and Ramona, which is pretty cringe-worthy to look at.

* OnlySaneMan: A RunningGag in ''SBIG'' is that there is at least one given character who speaks far more coherantly and seems to be a bit self-aware. This is never directly addressed on and not really built on -- it's suggested that they are aware to some extent of how shitty the world is (they also rarely break the fourth wall, but then again ''SBIG'' doesn't really have much of one to begin with), but nothing comes of it. As Fan went on and decreased the number of intentional spelling errors, it gets harder to tell who is supposed to be "sane" or not, but there are still a few patterns here and there:
** Rip Van Winkle from ''FanFic/HecksingUlumateCrconikals'' was the first and, as HUC was littered with spelling mistakes, one of the most blatant. Her first conversation, between her and the incoherant Major, is ''incredibly'' jarring in seeing someone speak clearly after three chapters full of typos, and with an additional character she's discussing still being as incoherant as ever.
** Fan is really weird with this when it comes to ''Homestuck'' characters, as they [[spoiler:are the only group to be focused on in each multiverse (not counting A, where they're just figures Mabel carved and aren't alive): ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' for B, ''KIDS FIT THE TROLLS'' for C, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' for D]]. Dave is sane in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' while Jane is sane in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but Dave is just as typo-filled in HHC while Jane is in SJAHJ. Unlike them, however, Rip being sane is a multiversal constant -- every single incarnation of her speaks clearly.
** ''[=SBIGlets=]'':
** Wallace in ''Scott Pilgrim Vs Not Getting Laid'' talks clearly and with no spelling errors. Unless he's drunk, then he gets even worse than the norm. Ken Katayanagi is coherhant while Kyle is not, creating some really bizarre moments when they try to finish each-others' sentences. While not completely "sane" like Rip, SJAHJ-Dave, or HHC-Jane (or aformentioned Wallace or Ken), Todd Ingram is remarkably easy to understand and even says OOC-ly smart things despite being regarded as a moron in-universe.
* RunningGag:
** In the earlier volumes, the story would set up what looks like an AccidentalPervert situation (often with [[MsFanservice Diane]]), before all the characters involved act completely nonchalant about it and this turns out to be something completely normal in SBIG's world. Steve, Hammithan, and Nosfo accidentally barge in on Diane as she's removing her top because she forgot to lock the door? Oh yeah, she just prefers going around shirtless a lot too, and she only has an initial super-startled response because [[spoiler:her "bikini top" is actually a ''super''-heavy training weight that could easily destroy the entire tree system if it suddenly fell to the ground (Diane not only has super strength, but is one of the absolute strongest-recorded heroic characters in the entire story)]]. Teleportation device by Poixer accidentally beams Diane to his house ''naked?'' She's just mildly annoyed at the inconvenience, and Poixer casually notes that the teleporter does not work on inorganic matter. Hammithan goes in to the girls' sauna? No, saunas are actually co-ed; Diane invites him to sit next to her and gives reasons for why the guys (and Quazzax, who also wan't there) didn't want to or couldn't come.
** Diane in general, by our standards, being an UnusuallyUninterestingSight. ''Nobody'' except the BigBad (who is a bit of a manchild) really cares to point out how her outfit is less than a loincloth, and that she runs around topless at most times.
** Earl's [[StylisticSuck extremely bad]] television ads.
** Every single mention of Tanker [[spoiler:after her eventual death]] will usually include a note on [[HateSink how godawful she was.]]
* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Averting this trope is the main reason why WordOfGod confirms that none of his stories take place in the same universe so far unless it's an explicit prequel/spinoff/etc situation (and side-stories are the ''only'' case). Fan confirms that Carlson would be able to absolutely trivialize most of BLOODSHOT, with the ''possible'' exception of Witchita, and could even shatter the barrier around Buhvillen City. Likewise, the 361 Striking Degrees wouldn't find the Other from ''Smokedrifle Tower'' '''difficult''' (they'd be weirded out by it since they have no prior supernatural experience, while the Eristovs have been born and raised with knowledge that it exists, but they're significantly more powerful than what the BadassNormal Eristovs were able to overcome)

-->'''Sonic:''' Hop on dud!\\
'''Rip:''' I'm a woman.\\
'''Sonic:''' O SHIT!

-->'''Scott:''' Now I half to fight fourth dude.\\
'''Roxie:''' I'M A WOMAN.\\
'''Scott:''' O SHIT!

No, because in SPVNGL all the dudes are still dudes. In BHGHBAC, almost every male character in the non-''King of the Hill'' worlds are genderbent. So they can't really take place in the same universe unless some serious shit happened.

[[labelnote:Possible cameo in VNGL:]]
-->'''Professor Leona:''' Ha! I am within the superior second dimension in this form! A dimension that you should be worshipping if you fail to find "love" in the third dimension! Just ask the great Chaos God, Bill Cipher! Your '''physical''' attacks are nothing to me!\\
'''Scott:''' Bill who?\\
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'''Professor Leona:''' Hey! Michelle! Raffelea! Donna! Watch your '''magic''' attacks! They can cut through this painting and-- did I say something about magic?
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'''Professor Leona:''' Ack! What the hell is this, acid rain? Oh, forget it! I'm out of here. Better think twice before kicking over my buckets again! Or else it'll be ''you'' that's... something, kick the bucket pun! My work is excellenece! I'm out!\\
'''Professor Dian:''' ...Oh. Hey there. It looked like you were trying to talk to my friend Leona over there. Uh, sorry if my chemical testing got in the way of that.\\
'''Scott:''' We're not friends!\\
'''Professor Dian:''' Oh. Okay then.
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The problem is that I think character-wise Dove's closer to being like Mad Dummy than Leona. Complete with firing everybody (that was actually something inspired by Dedan).

Holy ''shit'' if you switch gluttony and sloth then the order Mabel fights the Seven Evil Inner Devils in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' is the exact same order as the sins listed in Dante's ''Purgatorio''. I had no idea about that until after I firmly came up with the order they're fought.

I swear at one point I'm going to call Dekstop "Brimcity" or visa-versa. I gotta stop with the major metropolis areas.

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You know it's a good fic when this Omega God Superpowered Asshole Naruto's final obstacle and the person that ultimately stops his evil reign is a pink fairy who walks around in her underwear.



* Main Characters[[note]]Main Emazhes (Olivia, Ninthee, Lilith, Fatephinal, Kristie); Humans (Dan, Liz, Tom, Kev)[[/note]]
* Emazhes by Moon (AKA Region, AKA Domain):
** Green World/Forests
** Orange World/Canyons
** Yellow World/Deserts
** Chartreuse World/Light Floating Islands
** Spring Green World/Windy Valleys
** Cyan World/Springs
** Azure World/Swamps
** Blue World/Oceans
** Violet World/"Meat Gardens"
** Magenta World/Caves
** Rose Red World/Jungles
** Red and White World/Volcanic and Icey Mountains:
*** "Red" Portion
*** "White" Portion
** Black World/Psychic Manufacturing
* Non-Moon Regions/Planet Vista:
** Dekstop/Prescilla and the Ring
** Infinity Amusement Park (minus Ninthee and technically Prescilla), Parallel Rift (minus Lilith), Sleath Core (minus Fatephinal), Labostoep
** The Four Extremes[[note]][[/note]]

If you go by the order their ''run:gifocalypse'' bases/prototypes were faced in, it's alphabetical:
* Green: A and N
* Yellow: B and O
* Blue: C and P
* Orange: D and Q
* Violet: E and R
* Cyan: F and S
* Rose Red: G and T
* Magenta: I and U
* Spring Green: J and V
* Chartreuse: K and W
* Red and White: L and Y
* Black: M and Z

I thought about including Ninthee and Olivia in the initial A-M lineup from Alexia->Maria (in fact, that's why I picked a name that started with an "N" for Ninthee; to indicate that she'd be faced after Maria; Olivia was the first feminine name that started with an "O" I could think of, and '''then''' Prescilla continued from there), and then when going on the "Dark" group of Charges, I'd continue from there. But Ninthee, Olivia, and prescilla were odd ones out, not fitting the "rainbow" (+ black and white, and also magenta and rose red since those colors are technically not individual wavelengths) while all of the others did. Hell, Olivia isn't even Charged (at first), and definitely not the leader of her own region. Embarassingly, it took me until "mapping out" the letters to see that if Ninthee and Olivia aren't included, then the "loop" would actually be perfect (lumping up red and white threw me off of thinking "Oh, 13! Half of 26, perfect!" because I kept picturing that I have ''14'' different letters), using each letter exactly twice (not counting the red and white-themed Emazhes both sharing a letter).

...

Here's what the "green" page would look like:

Page describing the various Emazhes of ''Emazh In'' that have made the Green Moon their home. The Green Moon, like several other moons, is ''covered'' in plants, whether it's the clearings and deep woods of Force Forest to the flowers of Yyetahp. In the original story, this is the first satelite that Olivia, Dan, and Liz visit after beating President Prescilla at a Challenge. In the game, the player is allowed to pick any of the thirteen satelites, but Olivia lightly suggests going there first (mostly for first-time players[[note]]Notably, if you speedrun Dekstop or complete it without taking damage, Olivia will still "nudge" towards going there first, but suggests that you have enough skill to try another moon out[[/note]]).

[[folder:The "Green Moon" societies as a whole]]

* ShoutOut:
** [=DeepWater=] confirmed that Force Forest was named as such after ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. Granted, there's no pun here, but Gravity simply becomes "Force," and (Water)Falls is just "Forest."

to:

* Main Characters[[note]]Main Emazhes (Olivia, Ninthee, Lilith, Fatephinal, Kristie); Humans (Dan, Liz, Tom, Kev)[[/note]]
* Emazhes by Moon (AKA Region, AKA Domain):
** Green World/Forests
** Orange World/Canyons
** Yellow World/Deserts
** Chartreuse World/Light Floating Islands
** Spring Green World/Windy Valleys
** Cyan World/Springs
** Azure World/Swamps
** Blue World/Oceans
** Violet World/"Meat Gardens"
** Magenta World/Caves
** Rose Red World/Jungles
** Red and White World/Volcanic and Icey Mountains:
*** "Red" Portion
*** "White" Portion
** Black World/Psychic Manufacturing
* Non-Moon Regions/Planet Vista:
** Dekstop/Prescilla
!! Eristov Sisters

[[folder:The Eristovs in general]]

The Eristovs are a family living in the far outskirts of what is technically, barely considered part of the main city. The parents of the immediate family work as part of an agency that collects unusual "supernatural" (they insist on using the term "extra-dimensional") objects to see what use they have. This job is considered common knowledge in the story's world, but it does earn money: the sisters all have a number of expensive gadgets such as teleporters
and the Ring
** Infinity Amusement Park (minus Ninthee and technically Prescilla), Parallel Rift (minus Lilith), Sleath Core (minus Fatephinal), Labostoep
** The Four Extremes[[note]][[/note]]

If you go by the order their ''run:gifocalypse'' bases/prototypes were faced in, it's alphabetical:
* Green: A and N
* Yellow: B and O
* Blue: C and P
* Orange: D and Q
* Violet: E and R
* Cyan: F and S
* Rose Red: G and T
* Magenta: I and U
* Spring Green: J and V
* Chartreuse: K and W
* Red and White: L and Y
* Black: M and Z

I thought about including Ninthee and Olivia in the initial A-M lineup
like (which is how they get from Alexia->Maria (in fact, that's why I picked a name that started with school to home; normally an "N" for Ninthee; hour+ drive).

Thanks
to indicate that she'd be faced after Maria; Olivia was the first feminine name that started with an "O" I could think of, and '''then''' Prescilla continued from there), and then when going on the "Dark" group of Charges, I'd continue from there. But Ninthee, Olivia, and prescilla were odd ones out, not fitting the "rainbow" (+ black and white, and also magenta and rose red since those colors are technically not individual wavelengths) a bad "two week party" idea while all the parents are out, inviting a shared crush with his friend showing up practically uninvited, and said friend touching what is listed as one of the others did. Hell, Olivia isn't even Charged (at first), more dangerous artifacts the parents had in containment, the sisters are all whisked away to the Other, and definitely not they and Brett are given a strict two week deadline before the leader of her own region. Embarassingly, it took me until "mapping out" the letters to see that if Ninthee and Olivia aren't included, then the "loop" would actually be Smoke Reaper consumes Jeff's soul.

* TheAce: Their parents are just about
perfect (lumping up red in every way, and white threw me off at everything. They've got
* BadassNormal: The sisters are out surviving in a completely bizarre, downright eldritch world with only small "pockets
of thinking "Oh, 13! Half of 26, perfect!" because I kept picturing stability" that I have ''14'' different letters), using each letter exactly twice (not counting the red and white-themed Emazhes both sharing a letter).

...

Here's what the "green" page would look like:

Page describing the various Emazhes of ''Emazh In'' that have made the Green Moon
even remotely resemble their home. old home world. They only have
* MassiveNumberedSiblings: Fourteen of them, each a year apart, aged 19 to 8 (there's also a set of triplets).
The Green Moon, like several other moons, is ''covered'' in plants, whether it's age gap near the clearings and deep woods of Force Forest to the flowers of Yyetahp. In the original story, this is the first satelite that Olivia, Dan, and Liz visit after beating President Prescilla at a Challenge. In the game, the player is allowed to pick any of the thirteen satelites, but Olivia lightly suggests going there first (mostly for first-time players[[note]]Notably, if you speedrun Dekstop or complete it without taking damage, Olivia will still "nudge" towards going there first, but end suggests that you have enough skill to try another moon out[[/note]]).

[[folder:The "Green Moon" societies as a whole]]

* ShoutOut:
** [=DeepWater=] confirmed that Force Forest
there was named as such after ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. Granted, there's no pun here, but Gravity simply becomes "Force," a strict cutoff point where Tyler and (Water)Falls is just "Forest."
Stacy decided to stop having kids.



!! Force Forest

The "natural" of the four (later eight) divisions. A peaceful, densely populated... well, ''forest'' as the name implies, which specializes in exporting vegetables and wood.

[[folder:Alexia]]

The Charged Emazh running Force Forest. Initially seeming to be a benevolent leader,

* NotSoAboveItAll: Zig-zagged to hell and back, especially if she's a player's first impression of satelite society. First, she seems like a kind-hearted leader of what's a nature utopia compared to Dekstop (which is still a good place in of itself, but its leader leans towards supporting the BigBad). Then one digs in to her rules and system a bit after sticking around long enough and find out that she has guidelines planned out to specifically abuse her power, and that she's even dangerously close to being a totalitarian ruler. It gets a bit worse when one then finds out that she was in support of Ninthee as well... or rather, ''was.'' Feelings on her can soften after finding out that she was ''the'' first of the group to completely leave Ninthee's plan behind. But then things look bad again when more information is shed on the matter, revealing that she left mostly for kind of selfish reasons and it's suggested to only be because Ninthee targetted ''her'' place specifically. But then things get better after Olivia bests her in a Challenge and she reconsiders her outlook. And better still after seeking out the other thirteen Ninthee supporters and seeing that most of them are absolute assholes compared to Alexia, who was at least ''trying'' to run an honest forest society and has a high approval rating regardless. And ''then'' you see that some of those Ninthee-supporters either also gave up on her and/or they've been lying for one reason or another that they do like her (Lhaurflame being an example of both), and they're much quicker to change than Alexia was. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, Alexia's temper is pretty damn bad, and when her Berserk Buttons are pressed (she has quite a bit of them) she can be even more hostile than Maria - a proud accomplishment.]] All-in-all, like many things in ''Emazh In'', whether or not Alexia is/was "worse" than the other "main fourteen" is up for the reader or player to decide. She's certainly no saint compared to that group, but she's certainly not completely terrible and willing to change.

to:

!! Force Forest

The "natural" of the four (later eight) divisions. A peaceful, densely populated... well, ''forest'' as the name implies, which specializes in exporting vegetables and wood.

[[folder:Alexia]]

The Charged Emazh running Force Forest. Initially seeming to be a benevolent leader,

* NotSoAboveItAll: Zig-zagged to hell and back, especially if she's a player's first impression of satelite society. First, she seems like a kind-hearted leader of what's a nature utopia compared to Dekstop (which is still a good place in of itself, but its leader leans towards supporting the BigBad). Then one digs in to her rules and system a bit after sticking around long enough and find out that she has guidelines planned out to specifically abuse her power, and that she's even dangerously close to being a totalitarian ruler. It gets a bit worse when one then finds out that she was in support of Ninthee as well... or rather, ''was.'' Feelings on her can soften after finding out that she was ''the'' first of the group to completely leave Ninthee's plan behind. But then things look bad again when more information is shed on the matter, revealing that she left mostly for kind of selfish reasons and it's suggested to only be because Ninthee targetted ''her'' place specifically. But then things get better after Olivia bests her in a Challenge and she reconsiders her outlook. And better still after seeking out the other thirteen Ninthee supporters and seeing that most of them are absolute assholes compared to Alexia, who was at least ''trying'' to run an honest forest society and has a high approval rating regardless. And ''then'' you see that some of those Ninthee-supporters either also gave up on her and/or they've been lying for one reason or another that they do like her (Lhaurflame being an example of both), and they're much quicker to change than Alexia was. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, Alexia's temper is pretty damn bad, and when her Berserk Buttons are pressed (she has quite a bit of them) she can be even more hostile than Maria - a proud accomplishment.]] All-in-all, like many things in ''Emazh In'', whether or not Alexia is/was "worse" than the other "main fourteen" is up for the reader or player to decide. She's certainly no saint compared to that group, but she's certainly not completely terrible and willing to change.
[[folder:]]



[[folder:Thornma]]

Alexia's top assistant, although she hardly really needs one.

to:

[[folder:Thornma]]

Alexia's top assistant, although she hardly really needs one.
!! Eristov Parents and Other Humans

[[folder:Tyler Fuller-Eristov]]

A highly-respected war hero and the father to the Eristov sisters.



!! Rohtwist

The "dark magic" side of the

!! Yyetahp

The "light magic" side

!! The Greenhouse

!! Branching Tower/

Initially, the "botanical" division of the Celestial Order that had set up an enormous tower in Force Forest (without Alexia's permission, and with no warning) shortly after Ninthee's loss of a Challenge at Infinity Amusement Park. Every other major region of the thirteen moons was met with similar invaders, with the "natural" regions being hit with "spatial" towers. Eventually, they got their own part of the moon, and then eventually, their own satelite (as every other group does by the end).

Alexia '''hates''' these Emazhes.

[[folder:]]

to:

!! Rohtwist

The "dark magic" side of the

!! Yyetahp

The "light magic" side

!! The Greenhouse

!! Branching Tower/

Initially,
[[folder:Stacy Fuller-Eristov]]

A highly-respected teleporting ninja and
the "botanical" division of mother to the Celestial Order that had set up an enormous tower in Force Forest (without Alexia's permission, and with no warning) shortly after Ninthee's loss of a Challenge at Infinity Amusement Park. Every other major region of the thirteen moons was met with similar invaders, with the "natural" regions being hit with "spatial" towers. Eventually, they got their own part of the moon, and then eventually, their own satelite (as every other group does by the end).

Alexia '''hates''' these Emazhes.

[[folder:]]
Eristov sisters.



!! Leafbud Dimension/

The botanical division of the Pocket Darkspaces, making "dimensional" counterparts to the "dark magic" parts of the moon. These Emazhes

!! Plant Gathering/

The botanical division of the Spirit Researchers, making "soul" counterparts to the "light magic" parts of the moon.

!! GREEN_MATRIX/

The Greenhouse's Invaders. A major group calling themselves the HACK_EDITORS set up "matrix" areas to invade the "technological" parts of the moon.

to:

!! Leafbud Dimension/

The botanical division
[[folder:Brett]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Jeff]]

Brett's friend, although almost none
of the Pocket Darkspaces, making "dimensional" counterparts Eristovs like him at first. He's a bit of a notorious rule breaker -- in fact, him snooping around and touching the "statue" of the Smoke Wraith is what sets the plot of the story in motion.

[[/folder]]

!! Friendly Residents of the "Other"

[[folder:Mindmix]]

Every time a group of new people is warped
to the "dark magic" parts Other (or, specifically, Riflecross Center; the region of the moon. These Emazhes

!! Plant Gathering/

The botanical division
Other the story mainly takes place), a Mindmix is generated to help "give them someone to talk to" and bridge the gap a bit between their knowledge and the knowledge of the Spirit Researchers, making "soul" counterparts Other. An individual's Mindmix is built on their thoughts mixed in with general knowledge about the Other. In the case of multiple people coming in, they have to share a Mindmix, who has the collective thoughts of them all. This project is still in experimental state, so most Mindmixes of multiple people (and even some of just individuals) tend to explode shortly after their creation.

This folder refers
to the "light magic" parts of Mindmix that was formed from the moon.

Eristov sisters, Brett, and Jeff.

[[/folder]]

!! GREEN_MATRIX/

The Greenhouse's Invaders. A major group calling themselves the HACK_EDITORS set up "matrix" areas to invade the "technological" parts of the moon.
Main Antagonists

[[folder:The Smoke Reaper]]

[[/folder]]

!! Minor Villains



[[folder:A Game]]

VideoGame/CavemanWarriors

''Caveman Warriors'' is an indie platformer game

The official website can be found [[http://www.cavemanwarriors.com/ here.]]

!! The game demonstrates examples of the following:

* ActionGirl: Liliana and Brienne, the two female playable characters.
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** Checkpoints completely restore health ''and'' lives, to prevent any "need" to die at a checkpoint just to be revived at full health.
** The player can freely switch between any of the warriors (except for just after taking damage), avoiding the need to play multiplayer and/or preventing unwinnable situations.
* BadassNormal: Apart from Moe's magic, none of the characters have any supernatural abilities to speak of, yet they can go toe-to-toe with powerful robots, soul-commanders, and even giant beasts.
* ColorCodedCharacters:
** The playable characters, seen with their hair, outfits, and even the auras of their abilities: Liliania (red), Jack (green), Moe (blue), and Brienne (yellow). The alien is pink.
** Jandro's three "souls" are also color-coded, down to their lifebars: the toxic skulls are green, the fire turtle is red, and the electric wolf is blue. Also doubles as ColorCodedElements with poison, fire, and lightning respectively.
* EasyLevelsHardBosses: The stages are somewhat challenging, but the bosses are usually a step up beyond that and require perfect use of the game's mechanics.
* {{Expy}}:
** ''VideoGame/JoeAndMac'' is one of the main inspirations for the game. Of the playable characters, we've got Jack and Moe, named after them. They even have the same hair colors.
** The third boss is the "Cavernator," an obvious play on the Film/{{Terminator}}.
** The Cross-Bones Army variation of the large enemies bears resemblance to He-Man.
* GenderEqualEnsemble: Your player group consists of two men and two women.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Aside from the final boss, none of the bosses are tied that much to the story. Even in Chapter 5, which is a turning point in the plot, the boss is a return of the random ''Terminator'' robot that attacked the gang back on the road ride level.
* NintendoHard: The game certainly pulls no punches, as there's challenge right there in the first level. Health is somewhat scarce
* NoSwastikas: The Cross-Bones army introduced in Level 6 invokes serious Nazi-like imagery, complete with their flags having red around a white circle with the symbol in black. And said symbol is an "X." They're not supposed to be literal Nazis, but the parallels are blatant.
* OpeningTheSandbox: Downplayed; the game remains linear after Chapter 5, but that marks the point when each chapter's corresponding bonus level opens up to those who have enough batteries.
* SuperDrowningSkills: The first level happily informs you that cavemen cannot swim; pools and outright pits are treated as one in the same.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Brienne is the only main character who really dresses up decently. Liliana's outfit in particular is effectively a bikini. Starting in Chapter 4, the game introduces female enemies who only wear two skulls for a bra.
* TimeTravel: Turns out the alien technology is capable of doing this. The alien that kidnapped the kids opens up wormholes leading to the future, which is where the second part of the game takes place.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Undine is fairly easy. Lordrack just requires some wind-fighting and well-timed jumps. Cavernator is a matter of shooting his bullets. Jandro is where the game completely stops playing around and forces you to use strategy, learn mechanics, and combat the fact that you can only harm one of his flunkies at a time.
* WhamEpisode: The end of Chapter 5. [[spoiler:The four heroes ''finally'' catch up with the alien that stole their children on the space station. Cue the kids casually waving bye at them as they gather batteries and enter a portal leading off to different time periods. This also causes a number of ''wormholes'' to open up, leading to harder versions of the regular levels that can only be reached after grabbing enough batteries.]]

to:

[[folder:A Game]]

VideoGame/CavemanWarriors

''Caveman Warriors'' is an indie platformer game

* Main Characters[[note]]Main Emazhes (Olivia, Ninthee, Lilith, Fatephinal, Kristie); Humans (Dan, Liz, Tom, Kev)[[/note]]
* Emazhes by Moon (AKA Region, AKA Domain):
** Green World/Forests
** Orange World/Canyons
** Yellow World/Deserts
** Chartreuse World/Light Floating Islands
** Spring Green World/Windy Valleys
** Cyan World/Springs
** Azure World/Swamps
** Blue World/Oceans
** Violet World/"Meat Gardens"
** Magenta World/Caves
** Rose Red World/Jungles
** Red and White World/Volcanic and Icey Mountains:
*** "Red" Portion
*** "White" Portion
** Black World/Psychic Manufacturing
* Non-Moon Regions/Planet Vista:
** Dekstop/Prescilla and the Ring
** Infinity Amusement Park (minus Ninthee and technically Prescilla), Parallel Rift (minus Lilith), Sleath Core (minus Fatephinal), Labostoep
**
The official website can Four Extremes[[note]][[/note]]

If you go by the order their ''run:gifocalypse'' bases/prototypes were faced in, it's alphabetical:
* Green: A and N
* Yellow: B and O
* Blue: C and P
* Orange: D and Q
* Violet: E and R
* Cyan: F and S
* Rose Red: G and T
* Magenta: I and U
* Spring Green: J and V
* Chartreuse: K and W
* Red and White: L and Y
* Black: M and Z

I thought about including Ninthee and Olivia in the initial A-M lineup from Alexia->Maria (in fact, that's why I picked a name that started with an "N" for Ninthee; to indicate that she'd
be found [[http://www.cavemanwarriors.com/ here.]]

!! The game demonstrates examples
faced after Maria; Olivia was the first feminine name that started with an "O" I could think of, and '''then''' Prescilla continued from there), and then when going on the "Dark" group of Charges, I'd continue from there. But Ninthee, Olivia, and prescilla were odd ones out, not fitting the "rainbow" (+ black and white, and also magenta and rose red since those colors are technically not individual wavelengths) while all of the following:

* ActionGirl: Liliana
others did. Hell, Olivia isn't even Charged (at first), and Brienne, definitely not the two female playable characters.
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** Checkpoints completely restore health ''and'' lives,
leader of her own region. Embarassingly, it took me until "mapping out" the letters to prevent any "need" see that if Ninthee and Olivia aren't included, then the "loop" would actually be perfect (lumping up red and white threw me off of thinking "Oh, 13! Half of 26, perfect!" because I kept picturing that I have ''14'' different letters), using each letter exactly twice (not counting the red and white-themed Emazhes both sharing a letter).

...

Here's what the "green" page would look like:

Page describing the various Emazhes of ''Emazh In'' that have made the Green Moon their home. The Green Moon, like several other moons, is ''covered'' in plants, whether it's the clearings and deep woods of Force Forest
to die the flowers of Yyetahp. In the original story, this is the first satelite that Olivia, Dan, and Liz visit after beating President Prescilla at a checkpoint just to be revived at full health.
** The
Challenge. In the game, the player can freely switch between is allowed to pick any of the warriors (except thirteen satelites, but Olivia lightly suggests going there first (mostly for just after first-time players[[note]]Notably, if you speedrun Dekstop or complete it without taking damage), avoiding the need to play multiplayer and/or preventing unwinnable situations.
* BadassNormal: Apart from Moe's magic, none of the characters
damage, Olivia will still "nudge" towards going there first, but suggests that you have any supernatural abilities enough skill to speak of, yet they can go toe-to-toe with powerful robots, soul-commanders, and even giant beasts.
try another moon out[[/note]]).

[[folder:The "Green Moon" societies as a whole]]

* ColorCodedCharacters:
ShoutOut:
** The playable characters, seen with their hair, outfits, and even the auras of their abilities: Liliania (red), Jack (green), Moe (blue), and Brienne (yellow). The alien is pink.
** Jandro's three "souls" are also color-coded, down to their lifebars: the toxic skulls are green, the fire turtle is red, and the electric wolf is blue. Also doubles as ColorCodedElements with poison, fire, and lightning respectively.
* EasyLevelsHardBosses: The stages are somewhat challenging, but the bosses are usually a step up beyond
[=DeepWater=] confirmed that and require perfect use of the game's mechanics.
* {{Expy}}:
** ''VideoGame/JoeAndMac'' is one of the main inspirations for the game. Of the playable characters, we've got Jack and Moe,
Force Forest was named as such after them. They even have the same hair colors.
** The third boss is the "Cavernator," an obvious play on the Film/{{Terminator}}.
** The Cross-Bones Army variation of the large enemies bears resemblance to He-Man.
* GenderEqualEnsemble: Your player group consists of two men and two women.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Aside from the final boss, none of the bosses are tied that much to the story. Even in Chapter 5, which is a turning point in the plot, the boss is a return of the random ''Terminator'' robot that attacked the gang back on the road ride level.
* NintendoHard: The game certainly pulls no punches, as
''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls''. Granted, there's challenge right there in the first level. Health is somewhat scarce
* NoSwastikas: The Cross-Bones army introduced in Level 6 invokes serious Nazi-like imagery, complete with their flags having red around a white circle with the symbol in black. And said symbol is an "X." They're not supposed to be literal Nazis,
no pun here, but the parallels are blatant.
* OpeningTheSandbox: Downplayed; the game remains linear after Chapter 5, but that marks the point when each chapter's corresponding bonus level opens up to those who have enough batteries.
* SuperDrowningSkills: The first level happily informs you that cavemen cannot swim; pools
Gravity simply becomes "Force," and outright pits are treated as one in the same.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Brienne
(Water)Falls is the only main character who really dresses up decently. Liliana's outfit in particular is effectively a bikini. Starting in Chapter 4, the game introduces female enemies who only wear two skulls for a bra.
* TimeTravel: Turns out the alien technology is capable of doing this. The alien that kidnapped the kids opens up wormholes leading to the future, which is where the second part of the game takes place.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Undine is fairly easy. Lordrack
just requires some wind-fighting and well-timed jumps. Cavernator is a matter of shooting his bullets. Jandro is where the game completely stops playing around and forces you to use strategy, learn mechanics, and combat the fact that you can only harm one of his flunkies at a time.
* WhamEpisode: The end of Chapter 5. [[spoiler:The four heroes ''finally'' catch up with the alien that stole their children on the space station. Cue the kids casually waving bye at them as they gather batteries and enter a portal leading off to different time periods. This also causes a number of ''wormholes'' to open up, leading to harder versions of the regular levels that can only be reached after grabbing enough batteries.]]
"Forest."



[[folder:Another game played by Vinny of Vinesauce]]

([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkhBjEyWE3s Proof this exists]])

''Ready Player Fuck'' is a short satircal game based loosely on the novel ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', by Kate Barrett.

!!

* GainaxEnding: As expected. [[spoiler:]]
* OverlyLongGag: The game ends on one. [[spoiler:The Doctor just lists worlds upon worlds on where he'll take Zach and Wildstyle after passing the Jade Gate.]]
* StylisticSuck:
* TakeThat: The whole game exists to make fun of overly-referential people and stories that brag about their knowledge of pop-culture trivia.

Is this trivia?
* ActingForTwo: It's obvious every single character in the game is voiced by the same person.

to:

[[folder:Another game played by Vinny !! Force Forest

The "natural"
of Vinesauce]]

([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkhBjEyWE3s Proof this exists]])

''Ready Player Fuck''
the four (later eight) divisions. A peaceful, densely populated... well, ''forest'' as the name implies, which specializes in exporting vegetables and wood.

[[folder:Alexia]]

The Charged Emazh running Force Forest. Initially seeming to be a benevolent leader,

* NotSoAboveItAll: Zig-zagged to hell and back, especially if she's a player's first impression of satelite society. First, she seems like a kind-hearted leader of what's a nature utopia compared to Dekstop (which
is still a short satircal game based loosely good place in of itself, but its leader leans towards supporting the BigBad). Then one digs in to her rules and system a bit after sticking around long enough and find out that she has guidelines planned out to specifically abuse her power, and that she's even dangerously close to being a totalitarian ruler. It gets a bit worse when one then finds out that she was in support of Ninthee as well... or rather, ''was.'' Feelings on her can soften after finding out that she was ''the'' first of the group to completely leave Ninthee's plan behind. But then things look bad again when more information is shed on the novel ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', by Kate Barrett.

!!

* GainaxEnding: As expected. [[spoiler:]]
* OverlyLongGag: The game ends on one. [[spoiler:The Doctor just lists worlds upon worlds on where he'll take Zach
matter, revealing that she left mostly for kind of selfish reasons and Wildstyle it's suggested to only be because Ninthee targetted ''her'' place specifically. But then things get better after passing Olivia bests her in a Challenge and she reconsiders her outlook. And better still after seeking out the Jade Gate.]]
* StylisticSuck:
* TakeThat: The whole game exists to make fun of overly-referential people
other thirteen Ninthee supporters and stories seeing that brag about their knowledge most of pop-culture trivia.

Is this trivia?
* ActingForTwo: It's obvious every single character
them are absolute assholes compared to Alexia, who was at least ''trying'' to run an honest forest society and has a high approval rating regardless. And ''then'' you see that some of those Ninthee-supporters either also gave up on her and/or they've been lying for one reason or another that they do like her (Lhaurflame being an example of both), and they're much quicker to change than Alexia was. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Also, Alexia's temper is pretty damn bad, and when her Berserk Buttons are pressed (she has quite a bit of them) she can be even more hostile than Maria - a proud accomplishment.]] All-in-all, like many things in ''Emazh In'', whether or not Alexia is/was "worse" than the game other "main fourteen" is voiced by up for the same person.
reader or player to decide. She's certainly no saint compared to that group, but she's certainly not completely terrible and willing to change.



----

Does ''VideoGame/SneakKing'' have its own page?

[[folder:I Guess Not]]

[[Advertising/TheBurgerKing However...]]

Three video games were released for the Xbox: ''[=PocketBike=] Racer'', ''Sneak King'', and ''Big Bumpin[='=]''.

!! Tropes Seen in the Games

* LuckBasedMission: One particular mission in ''Sneak King'' has an astonishingly low clear chance that relies on the random number generator being perfect. [Credit: WebVideo/TheCompletionist]

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[[Advertising/TheBurgerKing However...]]

Three video games were released for the Xbox: ''[=PocketBike=] Racer'', ''Sneak King'', and ''Big Bumpin[='=]''.

!! Tropes Seen in the Games

* LuckBasedMission: One particular mission in ''Sneak King'' has an astonishingly low clear chance that relies on the random number generator being perfect. [Credit: WebVideo/TheCompletionist]
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Alexia's top assistant, although she hardly really needs one.



* [[ComicBook/Djinn]]

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!! Rohtwist

The "dark magic" side of the

!! Yyetahp

The "light magic" side

!! The Greenhouse

!! Branching Tower/

Initially, the "botanical" division of the Celestial Order that had set up an enormous tower in Force Forest (without Alexia's permission, and with no warning) shortly after Ninthee's loss of a Challenge at Infinity Amusement Park. Every other major region of the thirteen moons was met with similar invaders, with the "natural" regions being hit with "spatial" towers. Eventually, they got their own part of the moon, and then eventually, their own satelite (as every other group does by the end).

Alexia '''hates''' these Emazhes.

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!! Leafbud Dimension/

The botanical division of the Pocket Darkspaces, making "dimensional" counterparts to the "dark magic" parts of the moon. These Emazhes

!! Plant Gathering/

The botanical division of the Spirit Researchers, making "soul" counterparts to the "light magic" parts of the moon.

!! GREEN_MATRIX/

The Greenhouse's Invaders. A major group calling themselves the HACK_EDITORS set up "matrix" areas to invade the "technological" parts of the moon.

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VideoGame/CavemanWarriors

''Caveman Warriors'' is an indie platformer game

The official website can be found [[http://www.cavemanwarriors.com/ here.]]

!! The game demonstrates examples of the following:

* ActionGirl: Liliana and Brienne, the two female playable characters.
* AntiFrustrationFeatures:
** Checkpoints completely restore health ''and'' lives, to prevent any "need" to die at a checkpoint just to be revived at full health.
** The player can freely switch between any of the warriors (except for just after taking damage), avoiding the need to play multiplayer and/or preventing unwinnable situations.
* BadassNormal: Apart from Moe's magic, none of the characters have any supernatural abilities to speak of, yet they can go toe-to-toe with powerful robots, soul-commanders, and even giant beasts.
* ColorCodedCharacters:
** The playable characters, seen with their hair, outfits, and even the auras of their abilities: Liliania (red), Jack (green), Moe (blue), and Brienne (yellow). The alien is pink.
** Jandro's three "souls" are also color-coded, down to their lifebars: the toxic skulls are green, the fire turtle is red, and the electric wolf is blue. Also doubles as ColorCodedElements with poison, fire, and lightning respectively.
* EasyLevelsHardBosses: The stages are somewhat challenging, but the bosses are usually a step up beyond that and require perfect use of the game's mechanics.
* {{Expy}}:
** ''VideoGame/JoeAndMac'' is one of the main inspirations for the game. Of the playable characters, we've got Jack and Moe, named after them. They even have the same hair colors.
** The third boss is the "Cavernator," an obvious play on the Film/{{Terminator}}.
** The Cross-Bones Army variation of the large enemies bears resemblance to He-Man.
* GenderEqualEnsemble: Your player group consists of two men and two women.
* GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Aside from the final boss, none of the bosses are tied that much to the story. Even in Chapter 5, which is a turning point in the plot, the boss is a return of the random ''Terminator'' robot that attacked the gang back on the road ride level.
* NintendoHard: The game certainly pulls no punches, as there's challenge right there in the first level. Health is somewhat scarce
* NoSwastikas: The Cross-Bones army introduced in Level 6 invokes serious Nazi-like imagery, complete with their flags having red around a white circle with the symbol in black. And said symbol is an "X." They're not supposed to be literal Nazis, but the parallels are blatant.
* OpeningTheSandbox: Downplayed; the game remains linear after Chapter 5, but that marks the point when each chapter's corresponding bonus level opens up to those who have enough batteries.
* SuperDrowningSkills: The first level happily informs you that cavemen cannot swim; pools and outright pits are treated as one in the same.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Brienne is the only main character who really dresses up decently. Liliana's outfit in particular is effectively a bikini. Starting in Chapter 4, the game introduces female enemies who only wear two skulls for a bra.
* TimeTravel: Turns out the alien technology is capable of doing this. The alien that kidnapped the kids opens up wormholes leading to the future, which is where the second part of the game takes place.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Undine is fairly easy. Lordrack just requires some wind-fighting and well-timed jumps. Cavernator is a matter of shooting his bullets. Jandro is where the game completely stops playing around and forces you to use strategy, learn mechanics, and combat the fact that you can only harm one of his flunkies at a time.
* WhamEpisode: The end of Chapter 5. [[spoiler:The four heroes ''finally'' catch up with the alien that stole their children on the space station. Cue the kids casually waving bye at them as they gather batteries and enter a portal leading off to different time periods. This also causes a number of ''wormholes'' to open up, leading to harder versions of the regular levels that can only be reached after grabbing enough batteries.]]



[[folder:Another game played by Vinny of Vinesauce]]

([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkhBjEyWE3s Proof this exists]])

''Ready Player Fuck'' is a short satircal game based loosely on the novel ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', by Kate Barrett.

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* GainaxEnding: As expected. [[spoiler:]]
* OverlyLongGag: The game ends on one. [[spoiler:The Doctor just lists worlds upon worlds on where he'll take Zach and Wildstyle after passing the Jade Gate.]]
* StylisticSuck:
* TakeThat: The whole game exists to make fun of overly-referential people and stories that brag about their knowledge of pop-culture trivia.

Is this trivia?
* ActingForTwo: It's obvious every single character in the game is voiced by the same person.

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[[Advertising/TheBurgerKing However...]]

Three video games were released for the Xbox: ''[=PocketBike=] Racer'', ''Sneak King'', and ''Big Bumpin[='=]''.

!! Tropes Seen in the Games

* LuckBasedMission: One particular mission in ''Sneak King'' has an astonishingly low clear chance that relies on the random number generator being perfect. [Credit: WebVideo/TheCompletionist]

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* [[ComicBook/Djinn]]

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** By placing a bomb just right, it's entirely possible to instakill a demon spider.



Why Tanker? There is absolutely nothing redeeming about her. She's a murder-happy edgelord that's arguably even more of a "violence is so terrible and I'm edgy" than the Blood King himself (which is not an easy feat, given that Blood King calls himself that and even has a throne out of fake organs and crap), and has openly killed people onscreen. (Inflatable Tube Guy and hell, even Darkhorse do have kill counts, but they've been offscreen. Tanker is the first character becides Blood King who kills an innocent person onscreen.) The story goes out of its way to show that Tanker has joined BLOODSHOT completely knowingly and willingly.

If it's pretty much soley because of her design, she's based (loosely, and mostly design and diction-wise) on Peridot from ''Steven Universe''. So if you absolutely must see something with the antics of some short green technitian, go there. But Tanker was deliberately made to be a "subverted Peridot clone" -- she seems like she'll go down the exact path Peridot did, before pulling a 180 and successfully killing a long-time loved older sibling figure to one of the main characters while outright mocking said main character's following depression. Becides, thinking Tanker should have lived because she "'''looks''' so adorkable you guys" would be proving GPF right when coming up with her: that some times, members in some fandom judge a character design-first, and with their actual actions and personalities later. Mudvin is a lot more "sympathetic," has a lot more depth, and is the only BLOODSHOT officer with a kill count of '''zero'''. (None of this is to imply that he's a ''good guy'', or even that I believe Quazzax was in the right for insisting on trying to keep him alive until Poixer straight-up impaled him) But he looks like Lucky from ''King of the Hill'', so he's ignored.

...

Are they really? Compare the two stories -- and maybe even lump up ''run:gifocalypse'' with ''Emazh In'' -- to see what I mean. While ''Emazh In'' has well over twice the number of major "rainbow characters" as ''Unviewable'' at the very least depending on how you count it, they at least have very visible growth, and all of the main fourteen "rainbow ring" Charges definitely have more depth than the Demon Underground. That's the point. ''Emazh In'' and, to a lesser extent, ''run:gifocalypse'' are mostly about character development. But ''Unviewable'' is a parody of stories that sideswap that for easy, cliche wish fulfillment. Moeko's the shy one. That's just about every aspect of her character, right there. Junko has practically nothing to her except calling Taro "Master" thans to the spirit link thingy and willing to do anything for him. Hanako's just an exposition-bot. Ishiko has relatively more depth, but she's ultimately supposed to be the same cookie-cutter "asshole with a heart of gold" that's clearly abusive and a toxic person to be around, yet has deliberately rushed and half-assed "development to be a better person." Yoko's a tomboy and can barely get that right, she just slings generic slang in where she talks. Margaret's main trait seems like "doesn't talk" but she's implied to be a bit more varied than the other five members of her squad... but then again, she's also implied to just be a cameo of Brenda from ''Perfect Hair Forever''. All of them, even Ishiko (the main member of them screentime-wise and even the one the story's named after), are mainly just defined by their relationships with Taro, and despite the story swearing up and down that they can fight, they pretty much get kidnapped by all of the villain's main mooks while Taro does just about everything of note in the story. Compare all six of them with someone like Alexia (or Professor Rose if you're one of those "I like [=AUs=] that are borderline their own original series anyway," which is what ''run:gifocalypse'' is). A former member of the main villain's team, who quickly ends up ditching her just after we see her, which makes her seem elevated about her more trigger-happy Charges/Professors. But then,

-->''Or that really could be her look in the comic kinda retroactively based on her game sprites, [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim Ramona]] just runs around without pants on and nobody points this out or makes a big deal about it.''

Dude running around in panties is [[WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever Brenda's]] thing, don't push her in to more obscurity by having another character in a more popular thingy also go around pant-less.

But yeah they don't fucking look like shorts in her full vs screen portrait, right [[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_QLvdCjn63Q0/THLp37UnoDI/AAAAAAAABEA/88zpVZYrLhs/s1600/portraits.png here.]] (Left column, third row. Right column, first row is Mr. WE'RE DEMONS FROM HELLLLLLL...) Though they're obviously shorts on the title screen so go figure, art style.


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* OnlySaneMan: A RunningGag in ''SBIG'' is that there is at least one given character who speaks far more coherantly and seems to be a bit self-aware. This is never directly addressed on and not really built on -- it's suggested that they are aware to some extent of how shitty the world is (they also rarely break the fourth wall, but then again ''SBIG'' doesn't really have much of one to begin with), but nothing comes of it. As Fan went on and decreased the number of intentional spelling errors, it gets harder to tell who is supposed to be "sane" or not, but there are still a few patterns here and there:
** Rip Van Winkle from ''FanFic/HecksingUlumateCrconikals'' was the first and, as HUC was littered with spelling mistakes, one of the most blatant. Her first conversation, between her and the incoherant Major, is ''incredibly'' jarring in seeing someone speak clearly after three chapters full of typos, and with an additional character she's discussing still being as incoherant as ever.
** Fan is really weird with this when it comes to ''Homestuck'' characters, as they [[spoiler:are the only group to be focused on in each multiverse (not counting A, where they're just figures Mabel carved and aren't alive): ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' for B, ''KIDS FIT THE TROLLS'' for C, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' for D]]. Dave is sane in ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' while Jane is sane in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but Dave is just as typo-filled in HHC while Jane is in SJAHJ. Unlike them, however, Rip being sane is a multiversal constant -- every single incarnation of her speaks clearly.
** ''[=SBIGlets=]'':
** Wallace in ''Scott Pilgrim Vs Not Getting Laid'' talks clearly and with no spelling errors. Unless he's drunk, then he gets even worse than the norm. Ken Katayanagi is coherhant while Kyle is not, creating some really bizarre moments when they try to finish each-others' sentences. While not completely "sane" like Rip, SJAHJ-Dave, or HHC-Jane (or aformentioned Wallace or Ken), Todd Ingram is remarkably easy to understand and even says OOC-ly smart things despite being regarded as a moron in-universe.
* RunningGag:
** In the earlier volumes, the story would set up what looks like an AccidentalPervert situation (often with [[MsFanservice Diane]]), before all the characters involved act completely nonchalant about it and this turns out to be something completely normal in SBIG's world. Steve, Hammithan, and Nosfo accidentally barge in on Diane as she's removing her top because she forgot to lock the door? Oh yeah, she just prefers going around shirtless a lot too, and she only has an initial super-startled response because [[spoiler:her "bikini top" is actually a ''super''-heavy training weight that could easily destroy the entire tree system if it suddenly fell to the ground (Diane not only has super strength, but is one of the absolute strongest-recorded heroic characters in the entire story)]]. Teleportation device by Poixer accidentally beams Diane to his house ''naked?'' She's just mildly annoyed at the inconvenience, and Poixer casually notes that the teleporter does not work on inorganic matter. Hammithan goes in to the girls' sauna? No, saunas are actually co-ed; Diane invites him to sit next to her and gives reasons for why the guys (and Quazzax, who also wan't there) didn't want to or couldn't come.
** Diane in general, by our standards, being an UnusuallyUninterestingSight. ''Nobody'' except the BigBad (who is a bit of a manchild) really cares to point out how her outfit is less than a loincloth, and that she runs around topless at most times.
** Earl's [[StylisticSuck extremely bad]] television ads.
** Every single mention of Tanker [[spoiler:after her eventual death]] will usually include a note on [[HateSink how godawful she was.]]
* SupermanStaysOutOfGotham: Averting this trope is the main reason why WordOfGod confirms that none of his stories take place in the same universe so far unless it's an explicit prequel/spinoff/etc situation (and side-stories are the ''only'' case). Fan confirms that Carlson would be able to absolutely trivialize most of BLOODSHOT, with the ''possible'' exception of Witchita, and could even shatter the barrier around Buhvillen City. Likewise, the 361 Striking Degrees wouldn't find the Other from ''Smokedrifle Tower'' '''difficult''' (they'd be weirded out by it since they have no prior supernatural experience, while the Eristovs have been born and raised with knowledge that it exists, but they're significantly more powerful than what the BadassNormal Eristovs were able to overcome)

-->'''Sonic:''' Hop on dud!\\
'''Rip:''' I'm a woman.\\
'''Sonic:''' O SHIT!

-->'''Scott:''' Now I half to fight fourth dude.\\
'''Roxie:''' I'M A WOMAN.\\
'''Scott:''' O SHIT!

No, because in SPVNGL all the dudes are still dudes. In BHGHBAC, almost every male character in the non-''King of the Hill'' worlds are genderbent. So they can't really take place in the same universe unless some serious shit happened.

[[labelnote:Possible cameo in VNGL:]]
-->'''Professor Leona:''' Ha! I am within the superior second dimension in this form! A dimension that you should be worshipping if you fail to find "love" in the third dimension! Just ask the great Chaos God, Bill Cipher! Your '''physical''' attacks are nothing to me!\\
'''Scott:''' Bill who?\\
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'''Professor Leona:''' Hey! Michelle! Raffelea! Donna! Watch your '''magic''' attacks! They can cut through this painting and-- did I say something about magic?
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'''Professor Leona:''' Ack! What the hell is this, acid rain? Oh, forget it! I'm out of here. Better think twice before kicking over my buckets again! Or else it'll be ''you'' that's... something, kick the bucket pun! My work is excellenece! I'm out!\\
'''Professor Dian:''' ...Oh. Hey there. It looked like you were trying to talk to my friend Leona over there. Uh, sorry if my chemical testing got in the way of that.\\
'''Scott:''' We're not friends!\\
'''Professor Dian:''' Oh. Okay then.
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The problem is that I think character-wise Dove's closer to being like Mad Dummy than Leona. Complete with firing everybody (that was actually something inspired by Dedan).

Holy ''shit'' if you switch gluttony and sloth then the order Mabel fights the Seven Evil Inner Devils in ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'' is the exact same order as the sins listed in Dante's ''Purgatorio''. I had no idea about that until after I firmly came up with the order they're fought.

I swear at one point I'm going to call Dekstop "Brimcity" or visa-versa. I gotta stop with the major metropolis areas.
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* HiddenDepths: Is a surprisingly good swimmer and likes seafood (specifically, sharks and turtles). WordOfGod is that this is based off of something he read on DeviantArt, noting how there were plenty of giant fish and turtles in the rivers that occupied ''T. rex's'' home range, and it would be very unlikely for a carnivore to ignore such a large amount of food.

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* HiddenDepths: Is a surprisingly good swimmer and likes seafood (specifically, sharks and turtles). WordOfGod is that this is based off of something he read on DeviantArt, Website/DeviantArt, noting how there were plenty of giant fish and turtles in the rivers that occupied ''T. rex's'' home range, and it would be very unlikely for a carnivore to ignore such a large amount of food.
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* ThatOneBoss: Most of the bosses are easy, with the exception of the Left Arm Manifestation. His schtick is summoning undead warriors -- and he'll ZergRush you with them,



* While minor, there are a few rare points where the game's flavor text would become red -- and no, this isn't the color-coded dialogue of angels that have red text, with a "dripping" effect that even simulates ''blood.'' This is the vanilla messages not said by anyone suddenly getting a lot more ominous:

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* While minor, there are a few rare points where the game's flavor text would become red -- and no, this isn't the color-coded dialogue of angels that have red text, with a "dripping" effect that even simulates ''blood.'' text. This is the vanilla messages not said by anyone suddenly getting a lot more ominous:ominous, with a "dripping" effect that even simulates ''blood'':



* Roxy's NightmareFace[=s=]. Good lord... basically, if you act like an asshole enough, there are points in time where the music will suddenly cut out, Roxy will summon herself out, ''firmly'' grab Roy by the upper arm, and spin him around to look at her. The game will automatically go in to first-person view, where she first has her eyes closed and [[TranquilFury a smile on...]] but then she'll either open her eyes or her ''entire face'' will be replaced with some inhuman looking demon expression. She has 70 of these, chosen at random, so

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* Roxy's NightmareFace[=s=]. Good lord... basically, if you act like an asshole enough, there are points in time where the music will suddenly cut out, Roxy will summon herself out, ''firmly'' grab Roy by the upper arm, and spin him around to look at her. The game will automatically go in to first-person view, where she first has her eyes closed and [[TranquilFury a smile on...]] but then she'll either open her eyes or her ''entire face'' will be replaced with some inhuman looking demon expression. She has 70 of these, chosen at random, so
so there's a good chance you'll be caught off guard by them. Let's just say it's a good thing she's a heroic character, because she can make for a pretty fucking scary villain.
* While more scary in the "This is a bad idea, turn back" sense, think of the arenas that the bosses take place in. An ordinary human ends up needing to take down a manifestation of the Devil himself in: a tornado that's visible from a good mile away in the middle of an already-harsh desert; a giant spider web in a deep jungle cave infested with poisonous bugs ''and spiders'' (although the boss there is plant-based); out in the middle of a colossal blizzard; in the ocean near where the aformentioned leviathan is; in some kind of alternate dimension soul-boat thing; and in a volcanic area that's withing spitting distance of a wasteland with {{hellfire}} so hot that not even the armor that lets you swim in lava will keep you from catching fire. Oh, and after beating them, the final boss is in Hell itself, which is hundreds of miles up in the air.
* The fact that Angel City is the only truly space place in the game's entire world, and it's implied that the ridiculous BorderPatrol surrounding the world from all sides is because the surrounding area of Angel City is the only place in Purgatory ''habitable to human life, period.'' After leaving the Alpha Tree, that's it. Even the Alpha Tree itself will suddenly become plagued with more powerful enemies. Oh yeah, and [[spoiler:the first night after you leave (meaning ''once the Sun sets'' if you leave in the day) '''will''' be a Black Moon. It's the one and only time a Black Moon is guaranteed.]]



** One comic suddenly claims Roy is a kleptomaniac. This ''might'' be referencing how in-game he's a KleptomaniacHero, but it's honestly hard to tell, and the way it's presented makes it seem like it was actually a lifelong problem rather than something just poking fun at gameplay. (Plus, in-game, every single thing he "steals" from is technically from the Devil.)

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** One comic suddenly claims Roy is a kleptomaniac. This ''might'' be referencing how in-game he's a KleptomaniacHero, but it's honestly hard to tell, and the way it's presented makes it seem like it was actually a lifelong problem rather than something just poking fun at gameplay. (Plus, in-game, every single thing he "steals" from is technically from the Devil. Everything offered by the angels is something he buys.)



** Another strip has the main seven angels suddenly start joking about men being perverted idiots (although Roy ''is'' a genuine idiot), and refuse to aknowledge that Roy technically saved them all from being sealed in daggers for all eternity. This is all so that the comic could "invert" the usual battle of the sexes plot, which is especially absurd as Roy is the only guy in the group. In-game and in all other comics, the angels barely even consider gender a ''thing'', which is also why they're all comfortable going around topless.

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** Another strip has the main seven angels suddenly start joking about men being perverted idiots (although Roy ''is'' [[GoodIsDumb a genuine idiot), idiot,]] this is about them accusing him of only thinking about sex), and refuse to aknowledge that Roy technically saved them all from being sealed in daggers for all eternity.eternity and is a genuine NiceGuy in-game. This is all so that the comic could "invert" the usual battle of the sexes plot, which is especially absurd as Roy is the only guy in the group. In-game and in all other comics, the angels barely even consider gender a ''thing'', which is also why they're all comfortable going around topless.



* EarlyGameHell: Sweet Cthulhu, the game skyrockets in difficulty as soon as you leave the tutorial area. The first night that falls after leaving '''will''' be a Black Moon -- something considered brutal even with lategame equipment, let along a Holy Blade that may only have about 3 damage (6 under Black Moon) tops unless you're ''really'' good at exploring in just one in-game day, and the only town in the entire game (Angel City) starts out in a weak state and is found pretty far from your start. There's a reason why it's highly suggested to try leaving just barely after the game considers it night -- if you leave ''at'' night, it will be a normal night, buying you extra time to try to reach Angel City and prepare for the Black Moon. But then again, normal nights are filled with ghostly enemies that pack a punch. And that's just the "early first Black Moon" part, none of this is even ''mentioning'' that you have little health, and many enemies becides TheGoomba of the game can easily zip circles around you before going for what's an insta-kill at just three hearts.

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* EarlyGameHell: Sweet Cthulhu, the game skyrockets in difficulty as soon as you leave the Alpha Tree (the tutorial area.area). The first night that falls after leaving '''will''' be a Black Moon -- something considered brutal even with lategame equipment, let along a Holy Blade that may only have about 3 damage (6 under Black Moon) tops unless you're ''really'' good at exploring in just one in-game day, and the only town in the entire game (Angel City) starts out in a weak state and is found pretty far from your start. There's a reason why it's highly suggested to try leaving just barely after the game considers it night -- if you leave ''at'' night, it will be a normal night, buying you extra time to try to reach Angel City and prepare for the Black Moon. But then again, normal nights are filled with ghostly enemies that pack a punch. And that's just the "early first Black Moon" part, none of this is even ''mentioning'' that you have little health, and many enemies becides TheGoomba of the game can easily zip circles around you before going for what's an insta-kill at just three hearts.



** The Devil himself is portrayed as less of "big fire goat-man" and more of something downright ''alien.'' He can manipulate time (Black Moon causing night to last three times as long and for some reason going as far as disabling anything resembling a clock[[note]]And _Dev actually put a lot of detail in to this: "electronic" clocks will all just say "??:??," even if it's part of angel technology; face clocks just spin wildly until 6:00 AM (morning in-game); and even sundials will display five tentacle-like shadows slithering over the place. Only Tempora, an angel who specifically specializes in time powers, can actually tell you what time it is in this "slowed down state," because for some reason just having clocks move slower wasn't enough[[/note]]) and space (the warp sections in the Gates of Hell), his six main minions apparently do not "physically exist" yet everything else indicates they can fight you,

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** The Devil himself is portrayed as less of "big fire goat-man" and more of something downright ''alien.'' He can manipulate time (Black Moon causing night to last three times as long and for some reason going as far as disabling anything resembling a clock[[note]]And _Dev actually put a lot of detail in to this: "electronic" clocks will all just say "??:??," even if it's part of angel technology; face clocks just spin wildly until 6:00 AM (morning in-game); and even sundials will display five tentacle-like shadows slithering over the place. Only Tempora, an angel who specifically specializes in time powers, can actually tell you what time it is in this "slowed down state," because for some reason just having clocks move slower wasn't enough[[/note]]) and space (the warp sections in the Gates of Hell), his six main minions apparently do not "physically exist" yet everything else indicates they can fight you, and his residence in Hell is soehow extradimensional, which is why it's invisible despite supposedly being in the skies of Purgatory. Despite all of that, he just looks like a giant humanoid with deep red skin and spikes on his shoulders.




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* ViolationOfCommonSense:
** The desert/wind boss is found in a giant tornado, causing a sandstorm out in the middle of the desert. You need to ''head in to the tornado''. And if you go by where the game nudges you to, this is the first boss of the game.



If it's pretty much soley because of her design, she's based (loosely, and mostly design and diction-wise) on Peridot from ''Steven Universe''. So if you absolutely must see something with the antics of some short green technitian, go there. But Tanker was deliberately made to be a "subverted Peridot clone" -- she seems like she'll go down the exact path Peridot did, before pulling a 180 and successfully killing a long-time loved older sibling figure to one of the main characters while outright mocking said main character's following depression. Becides, thinking Tanker should have lived because she "'''looks''' so adorkable you guys" would be proving GPF right when coming up with her: that some times, members in some fandom judge a character design-first, and with their actual actions and personalities later.

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If it's pretty much soley because of her design, she's based (loosely, and mostly design and diction-wise) on Peridot from ''Steven Universe''. So if you absolutely must see something with the antics of some short green technitian, go there. But Tanker was deliberately made to be a "subverted Peridot clone" -- she seems like she'll go down the exact path Peridot did, before pulling a 180 and successfully killing a long-time loved older sibling figure to one of the main characters while outright mocking said main character's following depression. Becides, thinking Tanker should have lived because she "'''looks''' so adorkable you guys" would be proving GPF right when coming up with her: that some times, members in some fandom judge a character design-first, and with their actual actions and personalities later.
later. Mudvin is a lot more "sympathetic," has a lot more depth, and is the only BLOODSHOT officer with a kill count of '''zero'''. (None of this is to imply that he's a ''good guy'', or even that I believe Quazzax was in the right for insisting on trying to keep him alive until Poixer straight-up impaled him) But he looks like Lucky from ''King of the Hill'', so he's ignored.



It's a formula I call "It gets better after [number of episode you gave up on + 20] episodes."

* ExtremelyShortTimespan:
** ''Escape From Fanservice Island''[='=]s first six chapters cover roughly two days, and technically less than 48 hours counting the "third" day that marks the end of Chapter 6. Then there's a four-month time skip. Chapter 7 takes place after the skip, then '''everything''' from Chapter 8 until right before the epilogue (which is only a few months after -- to next summer, and this story starts out on December) is set over a single day. To recap, [[spoiler:the Keepers ''finally'' leaving the island by killing the giant flash masses that surround it; Soos, Stan, Darlene, Ford, and Melody getting their Sage-Guides ([=.GIFfany=] got hers the day prior); the team facing off against the Lightning Cultist; the Skeltaur Knights being unleashed upon the world and Pyronica commanding them; the deaths of the Skeltaurs; the deaths of Kank Kill and Katjus; Soos dying; the team slaying most of the Henchmaniacs in revenge; Soos being brought back to life in addition to him and the other Keepers being powered up; Pyronica possessing the Sun; and the Keepers blasting to space and then the Nightmare Realm; and finally, them killing Pyronica with a six-way ASS SMACK]] '''all''' happen within just one day.


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** Just about everything about Gideon. He uses Subspace and the Glow to ''literally'' get in someone's mind, and he outright confesses that this is how he makes his money. He traps all of his previous girlfriends in cryogenic freezing (though the disturbing-ness of this is lessened a bit when they're unfrozen and more-or-less just talk about it like it's a minor inconvenience) and wants to do the same with Ramona. Also, most of the other fights with the Evil Exes are bloodless; Gideon gets several ''nasty'' blows [[spoiler:including some fatal stabs]] to both Scott and Ramona, which is pretty cringe-worthy to look at.
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