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* IncompatibleOrientation: According to the bio Fan posted on Tumblr, the Homer Clones have crushes on (among many, ''many'' others) [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim Roxanne Ritcher]] and [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Garnet.]] One intro has a clone hitting on the former after curb-stomping the other six evil exes and getting shot down.

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\n* IncompatibleOrientation: According StrictlyFormula:
** Oddly, half of his original stories follow a rough template derived from ''FanFic/RunGifocalypse'' (a fan fiction, and one of his few that he continues to adore and does not lump in as an OldShame) while the other half are completely unformulaic. ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' is the only one that's uncomfortably in the middle. The gist is, the storyline involves a huge number (in one (''Ordinarily United''), maybe two (''[==]'') cases, this number is literally {{infinite}}) of technicolor humanoid women (occasionally men might be thrown in as well) with extreme superpowers, and at least some of them aren't exactly friendly people. For whatever reason, the protagonist challenges them to a non-leathal battle of sorts and goes through them one by one. They are, in general, CuteMonsterGirl[=s=], with the ElementalEmbodiment[=s=] always being among the highest-ranking ones. Fan uses the same rough ColorCodedElements system for all stories, and the same ''general'' settings tend to show up[[note]]A cold-themed white one in a snow-covered area; a fire-themed red one in a volcanic area that usually has some connection to or even fights with the white one; an earth-themed orange one in a rocky canyon/mesa-type location; an electricity-themed yellow one in a desert (that may also have the side-theme of being ghost-associated); a light-themed chartreuse one in some bright, floating island and/or industrial area; a plant-themed green one in a forest; a wind-themed spring green one in a windy valley area; a soap-themed cyan one by some mountain springs and/or a bathouse; a sound-themed azure one in a swamp; a water-themed blue one by a lake or ocean; a meat-themed violet one in some garden with waterfalls and/or some kind of meat-processing-themed area (but rarely an actual WombLevel); a poison-themed magenta/purple one in a toxic cavern;
a paint-themed rose red one in a jungle; a military/psychic-themed black one in some kind of heavy industrial area (and it's ''always'' industrial, no natural counterpart) that tends to serve as TheDragon; and the BigBad, who has some degree of AllYourPowersCombined and is rainbow-themed, while also having her own "single" color[[/note]]. ''361 Striking Degrees'' turns this on its head, as the band of humanoids are actually the main characters rather than friendly/"friendly" antagonists, and the pool of villains they are up against is considerably smaller. Oddly, that story was where the whole color idea technically began, and ''run:gifocalypse'' was originally planned to just turn everything on its head (the character associated with white, Burrda, was one of the nicer ones because the Degrees didn't ''have'' a white so much as that was the color associated with the BigBad; the one associated with black, Dove, was such a huge dick and so powerful because [[TheSixthRanger Striker Black]] has no natural elemental power and )
** ''run:gifocalypse'' itself was pretty formulaic until Arc 3, which threw ''most'' of the finer points out the window. The gist is, after the first chapter: the gang makes it to a new domain, finds out that the professor there is ''not'' trying to immediately kill them, they see what kind of a

* BringMeMyBrownPants:
** Darkhorse's FamousLastWords involve him saying that Darkerhorse will do this
to the bio Fan posted on Tumblr, Intriguing Group when they cross paths. When that moment ''finally'' does happen, [[CurbStompBattle that's not exactly the Homer Clones case as Darkerhorse isn't remotely considered a threatening villain compared to all-else that had happened between now and then.]] Hell, [[PaletteSwap Darkerhorse]] just serves as a symbol of how far the heroes have crushes come in their journey.
** When Dave gets especially obnoxious in trying to ask Diane out and tries to invoke the StandardFemaleGrabArea. Diane's response is to break out of the hold and give him a "Warning Explosion," where she uses her fire-strength
on (among many, ''many'' others) the air and causes a mountain-sized explosion ''right behind him'', while ultimately making sure that the attack does not so much as harm the grass they're standing on[[note]]The reason why she fakes the move is because Dave hasn't technically done anything ''actually wrong'' by that point in the story, although the narrative makes it crystal clear that she still legitimately hated him. [[spoiler:By the time Dave sets out to "become an angsty anti-villain" and ''does'' attempt murder, Diane isn't the one to kill him, but she does end up witnessing Revealica kill him and her response is to just smile at it.]][[/note]]. Dave shits himself in response. He still refuses to take the hint and thinks it's a sign that Diane is {{tsundere}} towards him, nevermind that Diane is normally outwardly polite and joke-y (if terse) and it actually takes a ''lot'' from a non-"villainous" person to get her to really act sour.
* The first of the QuirkyMinibossSquad introduces himself by
[[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim Roxanne Ritcher]] charging from above, shouting "MR. [main character's last name]," and [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Garnet.]] One intro has a clone hitting on proudly announcing his full name and how he's the former first of the respective group.]] And he's got fire powers and demon assistants.
* The scene near the end of Volume 4 where he's [[spoiler:melted with the Magnet Body Spray]] also brings to mind [[WesternAnimation/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Judge Doom's fate.]]

* BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Justified and subverted. She's superhumanly tough to the point where a violent volcanic erruption to the face won't even scratch her. However, sufficiently powerful enemies like [[spoiler:Revealica, Witchita, and Xunter with specific anti-Diane tech]] have been able to get a few ''actual'' hits in to her, and in Volume 4 she loses her "inner beauty" when she and Hammithan suffer from really bad diarrhea and vomitting brought on by Bad Chef's intentionally poor cooking.
* BerserkButton:
** Diane ''hates'' cowardace and people outright using their lower-ranks as shields. Ask Tanker about how well it went when she explicitely instructed her mooks to ''die to Diane'' while she escaped on her tank.
** "Northerners," people from the north portion of the Skull Crater,
** She's okay with people suggesting that she put on clothes. The first time. Try to argue it even
after curb-stomping hearing that, no, she considered the other six option of wearing more but just doesn't want to, and she'll quickly lose her pleasant-ness.
** Anything related to local WrongGenreSavvy {{jerkass}} Dave, which is kind of a given in the meta sense that Diane was effectively written as a giant middle finger to roughly a quarter of the tropes Dave absolutely worships (this could be said for the rest of the Intriguing Group, and to a lesser extent, even BLOODSHOT's officers)
* MookHorrorShow: Decent-to-good people who don't comic mass-murder and property damage just for money see her as an ordinary tall woman with phenominal powers, if not an outright hero. People who ''do'' comit
evil exes acts see her as an invincible tower of pure fire that can tear open anything and ''will'' gun down your location with speeds faster than eyesight. It's confirmed by WordOfGod that the only villain not scared of her to some extent is ''Witchita''. Even [[BigBad the Blood King]] reportedly has nightmares about her messily killing him.
* PlayingWithFire: Can utilize fire to a great extent, and can make things blow up. She doesn't need to in most cases -- her super strength gets her a lot of places -- but it's
* RunningGag:
** She spends the majority of the story not taking Xunter seriously at all, which makes sense considering how she came ''this'' close to killing him on their first battle if it wasn't for Tanker acting like a coward and [[BerserkButton pissing her off.]]
* StandardFemaleGrabArea: ''Hahahahaha'', [[AvertedTrope hell no.]] Grabbing her by the upper arm means putting yourself within punching distance of her, which is an excellent way to get killed if you're aligned with evil. The only character Diane ''didn't'' insta-kill who tried to grab her in ''any'' way was Dave (who was the only one who specifically grabbed her by the upper arm), and even then, she still broke out instantly, and used her abilities to set off a gigantic explosion right behind him with the intent on scaring him away from trying something like that again. And the only reason why she didn't kill him is because he hadn't done anything worth the death penalty. It worked, but good luck
getting shot down.
Dave to admit that. The one time anyone can even ''close'' to getting her within kidnapping position was after an extremely long, extremely tough battle where the attacker was ultimately left in a worse state than she was, and she managed to recover as he was taking her away, with predictable results.
* StatuesqueStunner: Measures at about 7 foot-something (Fan's never sure about his characters' exact measurements) and is the story's resident MsFanservice.
* SuperSpeed: Fast enough to outrun a mega tank-base that can break Mach 7. She is not, however, faster than light, and in fact she thought such speeds were outright impossible until Master Master showed ability to move that fast.
* SuperStrength: She does not have Steve's ability to generate forests and tornados from nothing, Poixer's sea-leviathans, Hammithan's mecha, Nosfo's masses of blood, or Quazzax's advanced omni-tools and defense. Instead, she just has first powers and utter raw strength ''on foot''.
* TerseTalker: She usually speaks in just five words or less, which is a sort of running gag over the story. And this is independant of her mood: she could be joyous and outgoing, yet still barely really say anything. In fact, the longest thing she said over the course of the entire story was a rant on why
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Inverted. She wasn't ''horrible'' or anything when young, but she had an unpleasant personality since really early in her life. As a baby, she would throw things with full intention, and always had an angry look on her face. Her first words were "Don't fucking touch me," directed at her parents for trying to play with her. In elementary school, she would often kind of mock and bully her classmates. She nicened up considerably around middle school, leading up to her mid-twenties in the story's present, where she works with the Intriguing Group as a selfless heroine that's pretty hard to anger if you're not a fully-blown criminal. Or Dave, but Dave was doing pretty shady stuff like trying to forcefully grab her by the arm



Character sheet for ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group''. Despite being rather condensed -- thirteen chapters each originally, before being designated in to thirteen "volumes" of shorter chapters -- SBIG and OU'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 of the former 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 of SBIG before reading further.

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Character sheet for ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group''. Despite being rather condensed -- thirteen chapters each originally, before being designated in to thirteen "volumes" of shorter chapters -- SBIG and OU's 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 of the former 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 of SBIG before reading further.



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* The first of the QuirkyMinibossSquad introduces himself by [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim charging from above, shouting "MR. [main character's last name]," and proudly announcing his full name and how he's the first of the respective group.]] And he's got fire powers and demon assistants.

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\n* The WhamLine: Thanks to the text-only (read: the reader can't exactly tell if a voice is supposed to be unfamiliar if no context is given) nature, [=.GIFfany=]'s response to Zephieye's first on-fic words is this:
-->'''Ford:''' She[[note]]A then-unknown humanoid revealed later in the same chapter to be the Red Sage-Guide[[/note]] might also be evil.\\
'''Zephieye:''' No. She is not.\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' See? The Lightning Cultist understands! Thank you, Lightning Cultist. ''(Leaps away from the direction
of the QuirkyMinibossSquad introduces himself by [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim charging from above, shouting "MR. [main character's last name]," and proudly announcing his full name and how he's the first of the respective group.]] And he's got fire powers and demon assistants.
voice after realizing what she just said.)''



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Diane and Quazzax:Steve, Poixer, Hammithan, Nosfo (2:4; 1:2). Tanker, Hacksa, Revealica, Witchita, CD:Darkhorse, Xunter, Coward's Mask, Kenith, Evol-Fish, Darkerhorse, Mudvin, Master Master, Earl, Blood King (5:10; 1:2).

Both groups having a 1:2 female:male ratio is a complete coincidence.

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

Being that [Title] intends to shove in as many characters as possible on purpose as a nod to MassiveMultiplayerCrossover[=s=], get ready for a large character sheet.

!! Main Characters/Great Depression Arc

[[folder:Bobby Hill]]

-->''Origin: WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''

* BadassNormal: In fact, according to WordOfGod, he's not "allowed" to get any permanent powers. This is not because the canonical Bobby Hill lacks superpowers thanks to his show's mundane setting -- in fact, several other KOTH characters including the BigBad are hyperpowered -- but instead as a nod to series like ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' and ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' where the main characters manage to beat powered supernatural villains with their wits, rather than simply aquiring some StoryBreakerPower. Then again, Eve is allowed all the dark magic she wants, but it's implied that there are some serious drawbacks to this.
* DistressedDude: [[spoiler:The Burried Blade Arc's latter half, when it's revealed that the organization is actually a meth ring disguising as a resistance force. Bobby and Eve are captured and forced to cook meth; Eve escapes and spends her part of the arc trying to break him out.]]
* {{Expy}}: Of Link's ''Breath of the Wild'' incarnation,
* ThisLoserIsYou: He's intended to be a DeconReconSwitch of
* ThouShaltNotKill: He doesn't believe in killing. At all. Which is part of the reason why this story has a low body count. In fact, the only actual deaths as of the Epic Horn Arc [[spoiler:were in situations where he was not present ''at all.'']]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Eve "[=McMillen=] Probably"]]

-->''Origin: VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac''

An "emo-ish" woman who has good knowledge of the occult arts. She's the first major ally that Bobby encounters, at least face-to-face.

* BloodyMurder: The famous Brimstone shows up as one of her more regular attacks, but it's implied that this slowly eats away at her health and she must eat to replenish it.
* SeenItAll: A reference to comparing [[BlackComedy her game of origin]] with just about anything else crossed over. Being drained dry by a swarm of mosquitos? Eh... child's play. Torn open alive? She's faced demons that were split open and still "alive" after that. A head that's always screaming? Aw, how cute, it's not rotten and leaking out explosive vomit.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: This was implied to be the reason why she's there yet there were no signs of other ''Isaac'' characters: Isaac left the chest, eventually became Eve, and grew up to face actual demons in real life. The Bindings Arc complicates things a bit by making her more of a LiteralSplitPersonality.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Robed Guide '''(Walking Spoiler)''']]

!! Connie Souphanousinphone

A woman who covers herself in a cloak

* {{Expy}}: Initially serves as one to ''Breath of the Wild''[='=]s Old Man (the only friendly person the hero encounters in the "tutorial" area, who eventually gives him the means to get out and [[spoiler:turns out to be the non-physical appearance of an important person the hero knew in the past instead of a random citizen]]), then moves to have a closer role to Zelda's. [[spoiler:Then Lucky is killed ''really'' early on, throwing the entire ''Breath of the Wild'' comparison completely off the rails]].
* PrecisionFStrike: The story as a whole has surprisingly little swearing, considering how it's made by Great Pikmin Fan. Then [[spoiler:Lucky dies]], and her reaction is as follows:
-->'''Connie:''' ...Holy shit.

[[/folder]]

!! Main Villains

[[folder:Elroy "Lucky" Kleinschmidt]]

* BigBad: [[spoiler:For the first few arcs, anyway. Then Nepeta suddenly rigs a sword to go through his head.]]
* EpicFail: His attempt to create a potion based on the Y-chromosome that would buff up his "security." Instead, he ''somehow'' made a virus that targets the Y-chromosome, which ended up ultimately killing most of the world's male population. Both he and Bobby were among the very few people who survived, by

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Blight Luckys]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:'''Spoiler Characters''']]

!! The Kanker Sisters -- Shared Tropes

-->''Origin: WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''

* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Dear God, averted. The story hints that they had aged nicely over the years, but they're among the most evil characters in it.
* TheDreaded: Even some of the more powerful villains and, hell, ''Lucky himself'' are scared to death of just May and Marie. And both of ''them'' are terrified of Lee.
* HijackedByGanon: In a MythologyGag to the ''SBIG'' series, where they hijack ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'' (twice), ''Zombie Attack!'', ''Gumball Vs Satan'', ''Housestuck: The Split'', and many ''[=SBIGlets=]''.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:May, Marie, and Lucky are the only sapient (as in, not counting the Blight Luckys) characters to have been killed off as of the Epic Horn Arc.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: May's introduction has her forcing Bobby in to being a meth-cooking slave, which is a huge step up above Lucky's borderline AntiVillain antics atoning for accidentally killing half of Earth's population. It's also perhaps the most danger Bobby has been in at that point, as he's in the heart of hostile terratory ''and'', for the first time since he left the Great Depression, he has absolutely nobody to help him out.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Averted, they're suggested to still have been bullies while children and had mostly grown worse from there, although in their late high school years they had apparently grown nicer.

!! May Kanker

* ChekhovsGun: Twice, Bobby and Eve are caught in a thunderstorm and the story mentions a "quick yellow dot" in the clouds right before a bolt comes after them. Turns out it was May directly manipulating the weather.
* FashionableAsymmetry: Sticks the left half of her hair straight up for whatever reason. This was apparently Fan realizing some random redesign he thought of when he was a kid, so it's like his own personal InJoke. It's also a nod to bizarelly-campy villains.
* WeatherManipulation:
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Dyed her hair a bright green, but it otherwise looks similar to her normal blonde.

[[/folder]]

!! Nice Mountain Arc

[[folder:''Homestuck'' Characters]]

!!

!! Nepeta Leijon

* AntiHero: While not classed as an outright villain, a number of her actions are extremely questionable and she's very clearly not working under anyone, nor does she have anyone working for her.
* ChekhovsGunman:
* WalkingSpoiler: As per GPF tradition, the sheer fact that her entry is much longer than the others in this folder is

!! Meenah Peixes/Her Imperious Condescension

* BigBrotherBully: Inverted. It's implied that she's younger than Feferi, in a reverse of [=AUs=] that tend to make the Act 6-introduced characters older than their Act 1-5 counterparts.
* EvilVersusEvil: Both of the side villains faced in the arc, not counting the Blight Lucky,
* StarterVillain: The first real antagonistic force Bobby and Eve face, although she's one of the many that's not aligned with Lucky.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Other Series -- Nice Mountain Arc]]

!! Mosquito Girl

-->''Origin: Webcomic/OnePunchMan''

A mosquito-human hybrid that was spotted spreading disease through Lake Arlen (which looks ''vastly'' different from its canonical incarnation -- yes, there is a Lake Arlen in ''King of the Hill'') and sucking wild stock dry.

* FeedItWithFire: Her attempt to drain Eve backfires horribly, as Eve not only has way more blood than she expected, but she gets stronger the ''less'' blood she has.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Original Characters -- Nice Mountain Arc]]

[[/folder]]

!! Stealth Escort Arc

!! City Championships Arc

!! Burried Blade Arc

!! Bindings Arc

!! Epic Horn Arc
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Character sheet for ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' and its spinoff, ''Ordinarily United''. Despite being rather condensed -- thirteen chapters each originally, before being designated in to thirteen "volumes" of shorter chapters -- SBIG and OU'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 of the former 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 of SBIG before reading further.

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Character sheet for ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'' and its spinoff, ''Ordinarily United''.Group''. Despite being rather condensed -- thirteen chapters each originally, before being designated in to thirteen "volumes" of shorter chapters -- SBIG and OU'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 of the former 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 of SBIG before reading further.



* [[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'' (not counting the Unitias)[[/note]]

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* [[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'' (not counting the Unitias)[[/note]]
Women''[[/note]]




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* Okay, [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter I Wasted a Perfectly "Good" Character]]:
** Kameel Kick is effectively Carlson's "cop partner" that's constantly being OvershadowedByAwesome, has a few unique abilities, and still remains upbeat despite being somewhat kind of aware that she's a breath's distance away from being considered a FauxActionGirl in-universe. Despite having a pretty damn close connection to the main character and even technically knowing him longer than his actual love interest, she's mostly just a backstory element and never really gets involved too much with the Unitias.
* And [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot a Perfectly "Good" Plot, too]]:
** As suggested under TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter, the Earth part of the story's setting. It was deliberately supposed to be a sort of "bare-bones counterpart to ''Steve Buhvillen's Intriguing Group'', but



** The EstablishingCharacterMoment of the Unitias is them playing the role of the "Monster" in a MuggingTheMonster situation, where a band of thugs tries to assault of one of them and promptly getting mass-murdered. One of the Unitias even ''eats'' one of the criminals as he tries to escape, which is not described in detail but the story ''does'' mention an entire arm flying to the car's windshield before the Unitia eats it whole. So, the story establishes them as fucking nuts murder-crazy people-eaters... except later within that very same chapter, the Unitias are ''way'' more level-headed than that violent opening might imply. Even when one considers that the people they killed were AssholeVictim[=s=] who have freely admitted to killing innocents for their own personal gain, it seems odd that the beginning of Volume 5



This one I'll remove for spoiling Volume 7, if not an earlier volume (4?)
* TheWorfBarrage:
** Poor, poor Diane. For the first half of the story, her Volcanic Punch can utterly ''obliterate'' most enemies and leave them as a giant column of fire. Most of the weaker enemies or Monsters of the Week get blasted by the hit, and it's explicitely stated to be stronger than a nuke. Then Evol-Fish, an SCP-682 {{expy}} that can survive anything, "survives..." but he's still reduced to a red smear with only a few remaining cells still alive (most of the blood that splattered's cells were killed from the heat), and even remarks that it would take him a lot more time to regenerate from that than the other attacks he's put through. He escapes without Diane knowing that the punch failed to kill him, and becomes the first person to survive a Volcanic Punch. Then comes Revealica, who regenerates ''even faster'' than Evol-Fish and only really loses her upper half at that, which just turns in to her "fur-mist" and reforms right there. Downplayed in that Diane still faces enemies later on who ''can'' be killed by Volcanic Punch, and she instead has to find some way around so that she can kill them.
** Xunter is victim to villainous examples played for laughs. His moves are deliberately designed to be "cool" and "badass" in the sense of what's popular for an action-obsessed 13 year-old, and he revels in swords, lasers, and general "edgyness." That being said, he officially designated Diane as his rival. Which started with his "fire discs" proved to be ineffective, as Diane actually grows ''stronger'' from fire (and plasma in general). Most of his "cool attacks" that he tries to pull on Diane in the First Half tends to fail horribly, despite AwesomenessByAnalysis supposedly being his schtick. It's not until the Second Half that he proves to be a NotSoHarmlessVillain.



* HateSink:
** Yuullieke (yes, the name sounding like "you'll like" [[IronicName is intentional]]) is pretty much a JerkWithAHeartOfJerk. First appearing to be a play on tsunderes,
* ImprobablyFemaleCast: Carlson is the only male character of any note in the entire story. Granted, most of the characters are of the all-female Unitias,



* NumerologicalMotif:
** Unitia Origin is associated with zero, which Fan realized upon considering the mathematical meaning of "origin." (This was a coincidence at first, but then Fan rolled with it.) A bit more subtle than others, but [...] This even applies to single-sentence gags, like Origin saying that there ''can't'' be anyone above her. Anything being above zero would be division by zero.




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* In Chapter 9, Soos has a somewhat TranquilFury (well, ''upbeat'' fury) when faced with Zephieye, claiming that he's really angry at her for threatening to send a nude photo of Melody to the whole world. Zephieye replies with "No, what the--" in a story that already has plenty of uncensored swearing. This is a throwback to the end of Chapter 1 of ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', where Alucard suddenly gets pretty serious from Anderson's throwaway "stupid Integra" line, Anderson replies with "NO WAT DA FU--" and Alucard interrupts him. Soos even says that his attack [[{{Understatement}} might hurt a little,]] like Alucard does just before eating Anderson.



* CrackFic: Hoo ''boy...'' at first it starts out with an ExcusePlot to have seven various adult characters from ''Gravity Falls'' going around naked, then things get weird as it's confirmed that there's something off about the eponymous island. Then comes Chapter 5, where things [[SerialEscalation progressively get more and more insane without really letting up,]] and yet at the same time, ''everything is foreshadowed and somewhat internally consistent.'' But still, just try explaining things like [[spoiler:[=.GIFfany=] finding out that she's biologically related to the Corduroys somehow ''despite this not being an AU per-say, and she's still technically just a living video game''; a side-story about Wendy, Pacifica, Candy, and Grenda fighting against nine Hank Hill recolors; [=.GIFfany=] being reduced to a skeleton that can still talk and everything, making out with Soos ''while in her skeletal form'', but then getting healed... and following that up with fusing with Stan, creating an "average of the two:" an androgynous middle-aged ]]

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* CrackFic: Hoo ''boy...'' at first it starts out with an ExcusePlot to have seven various adult characters from ''Gravity Falls'' going around naked, then things get weird as it's confirmed that there's something off about the eponymous island. Then comes Chapter 5, where things [[SerialEscalation progressively get more and more insane without really letting up,]] and yet at the same time, ''everything is foreshadowed and somewhat internally consistent.'' But still, just try explaining things like [[spoiler:[=.GIFfany=] finding out that she's biologically related to the Corduroys somehow ''despite this not being an AU per-say, and she's still technically just a living video game''; a side-story about Wendy, Pacifica, Candy, and Grenda fighting against nine Hank Hill recolors; [=.GIFfany=] being reduced to a skeleton that can still talk and everything, making out with Soos ''while in her skeletal form'', but then getting healed... and following that up with fusing with Stan, creating an "average of the two:" an androgynous middle-aged double-sword holder that manages to put up a decent fight against Zephieye.]]
* DeliberateValuesDissonance:
** For some reason, Rumble at first has trouble comprehending same-sex relationships. No, he's not hateful or homophobic, he's just confused when Melody says that she dated Zephieye. This is in start contrast to [=.GIFfany=], who manages to become a walking one-woman FreeLoveFuture.
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* NoodleIncident:
** Stan had apparently been naked on live TV ''four'' times, two of which were during the summer. One of those times was on "Cash Wheel," seen in canon. We don't really know about the other times.
** According to the narrative from Melody's POV when describing Rumble as [[WalkingShirtlessScene literally half-naked,]] but pretty much states that he has the important half clothed, unlike Stan on Thanksgiving. Absolutely no context is given other than WordOfGod saying that, [[NotMeThisTime for once,]] Stan's nudity was not intentional.

* The first of the QuirkyMinibossSquad introduces himself by [[ComicBook/ScottPilgrim charging from above, shouting "MR. [main character's last name]," and proudly announcing his full name and how he's the first of the respective group.]] And he's got fire powers and demon assistants.

Tanker is pretty much like "the SCP-1048" of SBIG in that she's kind of an example of not lowering your guard on shit just because they look silly/non-threatening. She claims to be one of BLOODSHOT's officers, if a new one (but still, officers are of ''really'' high rank and have pretty big kill streaks, so she's already a long-standing veteran of BLOODSHOT, she just didn't become an officer until recently) and doesn't really have any proof becides having "BK" written on her uniform as the others have "BK" on. Yet she looks like -- and is -- a bratty-ish 14 year old girl. Jim makes the mistake of laughing off her death threat. After... well, the opening of Volume 2, suffice to say everyone learned their lesson and treat anyone claiming to be affiliated with BLOODSHOT in ''any'' way. A villain could be an ant-sized purple monkey with rabbit ears, they say that they're a BLOODSHOT elite, Steve's not pulling any punches.
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** The image at the bottom of all seven temples depicts an enormous, kinda odd-looking humanoid figure with a spider lower half that has legs that become ''spiked tentacles'' and a colossal sword, looming over a scared-looking cyclopse woman. [[spoiler:It's made painfully obvious by that point in the story that the cyclopse is Pyronica, the Big Bad of the story. However, the giant is actually the six-way fusion between all six of the main characters (Stan, Ford, Soos, Melody, Darlene (who is the reason for the spider-half), and [=.GIFfany=] (the technical 'glue' making the Fusion Dance possible as well as the source of the tentacles); this is actually depiciting the Heroic Second Wind, ''not'' some poor alien woman about to face with a One-Winged Angel.]]

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