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[Enoch's giant pissed off Jump Scare face.]
[[caption-width-right:200:If you think he looks threatening already, [[JumpScare wait until you see this face in context.]]]]

[Picture of the "January" monster.]
[[caption-width-right:200:Batter's mission includes purifying cutesy-looking ghosts, as well as things like... [[OurMonstersAreWeird these.]]]]

[Secretaries.]
[[caption-width-right:200:Purification... in... progress?]]



* BigBad: [[spoiler:Tad Strange.]]

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* AssholeVictim: Despite being a ''cat'', it's very hard to feel sorry for Chieffster's murder considering how he spends nearly all of his screentime being an ass to ''Soos'' (and the rest of the hero squad). [[spoiler:And this is all ''before'' they find out that Chiefsster used to work for the KKK...]]
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Tad Strange. Interestingly, this marks the first ever male Big Bad for one of Fan's ''Gravity Falls'' fanworks.]]



* PatchworkMap: Gravity Falls is both part of and, in of itself, an example of this (partly natural, partly a bizarre town variation that's a patchwork of different town types). Not only is there a tundra, desert, swamp, jungle, giant cavern, and so much more all within a 10-20 minute horse ride's worth distance (let alone the time it takes to travel in the Bullcatmobile or Shackan-Lagann), but the town itself has a single street bordered by randomly tall, gitty, smoke-surrounded buildings that acts as the "bad part of town." This makes a return from ''Journals''. Also present [[spoiler:and making a return from its steal prequel ''Spooky's'']] is the "New York side of town," a block of skyscrapers with its own train system leading to a disconnected "Downtown Gravity Falls," a metropolis that's not physically connected to the town (it's a two+ hour drive away, the train's just really fast) yet still part of its legal territory. The latter is a SelfDeprecation at the old version of ''Carl Steven's Universe'', where Fan somehow found himelf convinced that [[WesternAnimation/StevenUnvierse Beach City]] had a large metropolis area.

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* PatchworkMap: Gravity Falls is both part of and, in of itself, an example of this (partly natural, partly a bizarre town variation that's a patchwork of different town types). Not only is there a tundra, desert, swamp, jungle, giant cavern, and so much more all within a 10-20 minute horse ride's worth distance (let alone the time it takes to travel in the Bullcatmobile or Shackan-Lagann), but the town itself has a single street bordered by randomly tall, gitty, smoke-surrounded buildings that acts as the "bad part of town." This makes a return from ''Journals''. Also present [[spoiler:and making a return from its steal prequel ''Spooky's'']] is the "New York side of town," a block of skyscrapers with its own train system leading to a disconnected "Downtown Gravity Falls," a metropolis that's not physically connected to the town (it's a two+ hour drive away, the train's just really fast) yet still part of its legal territory. The latter is a SelfDeprecation at the old version of ''Carl Steven's Universe'', where Fan somehow found himelf convinced that [[WesternAnimation/StevenUnvierse Beach City]] had a large metropolis area.



* SelfDeprecation:
** The fact that Gravity Falls also has a bustling metropolis area connected by train is a self-knock at the original version of Fan's ''Carl Stevens Universe'', which made the huge mistake of assuming Beach City had a large... well, city portion. And its own huge train station.
** As is tradition with the StylisticSuck ''Gravity Falls'' installments, Fan once again mocks how thin the premise of ''run:gifocalypse'' stretches the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief, and the general stupidity of the plot in general. Such as when
** The final battle with the main antagonist takes place on top of a jumbo jet. Anyone familiar with Fan's track record of this trope should now where it's going with this -- ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'' is like the ButtMonkey of his stories. Near the end, Soos remarks that "That was cooler than ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite''!" [=.GIFfany=] replies with a rather uncharacteristic "Soos. Anyone can write about a plane taking a shit and that would be a better plane-related story than ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite''. Compliment harder."



Nothing, really.
* After publishing "State of Emergency," Fan released a sort-of "bonus" in the form of an AU that combined "Soos and the Real Girl" with ''run:gifocalypse'' in the style of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}''. The jist is, School University exists as some sort of magic/hidden supernatural location near Gravity Falls, and a completely unknowing Soos stumbles into it while looking for a date. [=.GIFfany=] takes on the role of Flowey. What happens when she shows him the heart-on-a-grid shooter-like mechanics is predictable for anyone actually familiar with ''Undertale''.
-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ''I want you to listen to me very carefully. You are now mine. I want you to never look at another girl. Only date me...''\\
''(Ring of her energy spheres surrounds Soos.)''\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' DO YOU UNDERSTAND M? DATE ME OR '''DIE!'''
: :He's bailed out by Rose, but still.

* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Fan was also originally going to kill off Ron Ejjert outright when he tried to touch Ford's "quantum untouchability" and blew up. Somewhere around his final preparation to get chapter 8 out, he had a change of heart, and thought that permanently killing him off in a story that otherwise lacked any death would be too harsh of a TakeThat. So he had Ron turn out fine, but just kind of temporarly sent on a scattered warp across dimensions. [[spoiler:He is, however, killed onscreen in "Game Complete," but that was a dark alternate ending that killed off the entire population of Earth anyway.]]
** Darlene was going to make a surprise appearance in chapter 9, as a direct ally with the spider hijacker. Fan scrapped this after being unable to think of a good reason ''how'' the [=.GIFfany=] army would know about her (the Past-a-Scope is not a valid answer, as the events of the episodes starting from "Roadside Attraction" do not happen here) and ''why'' they'd want her to go all the way to Vietnam becides "they're both spider-like." Not helping matters was how chapter 9 was already long as it was (the hands-down ''longest'' chapter of ''anything'' serious Great Pikmin Fan written, and barely being beaten by chapter 21 of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' (which intentionally bloated itself out with dialogue for over ninety characters) as his longest chapter period)
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
** The second Trickster/the Halloween Trickster pretty much vanishes right before Soos heads off to the Memory Banks. The two do have a final conversation where Soos states [[LessDisturbingInContext he will eat him come Halloween,]] which seems to be the Trickster's ultimate fate, but what happens in between the rest of the summer and then is a huge gray area.
** Speaking of him, exactly ''how'' Professor Kathody knew about the Trickster and found him is another mystery in of itself, especially since even the town legends only ever mention there being one of him and Ford/Dove's "Past-a-Scope" confirming that one of them is dead. Especially jarring as Professor Rose basically found the Shape-Shifter by complete accident, without really knowing about its existence.
** ''Another'' mystery relating to Kathody is her own domain. Why the fuck is there a large, dark, abandoned house in the middle of the otherwise deserted Sahara? How does it have such a large basement area? If the basement was part of the house, why is it so huge? If it was made by the [=.GIFfany=] armies, that doesn't make much sense either, since Kathody is supposed to be lazy and the copies are better at building things with giffinium (in fact, the reason why the manor isn't made out of giffinium is ''because'' she's too lazy to make much of it herself), which is just about their only building material.

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Nothing, really.
* After publishing "State of Emergency," Fan released a sort-of "bonus"
"I'm sorry, I can't see you in the form of an AU that combined "Soos and the Real Girl" with ''run:gifocalypse'' in the style way."

"Why not?"

"I barely knew you for three days, you're still kind
of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}''. The jist is, School University exists as some sort of magic/hidden supernatural location near Gravity Falls, part of the enemy right now and a completely unknowing Soos stumbles into it while looking for a date. I've been trained not to be seduced by succubi, we need to focus on stopping the leader [=.GIFfany=] takes on the role of Flowey. What happens when she shows him the heart-on-a-grid shooter-like mechanics is predictable for anyone actually familiar with ''Undertale''.
-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ''I want you to listen to
right now, Soos gave me very carefully. You are now mine. I want you to never look at another girl. Only date me...''\\
''(Ring of her energy spheres surrounds Soos.)''\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' DO YOU UNDERSTAND M? DATE ME OR '''DIE!'''
: :He's bailed out by Rose, but still.

* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Fan was also originally going to kill off Ron Ejjert outright when he tried to touch Ford's "quantum untouchability" and blew up. Somewhere around his final preparation to get chapter 8 out, he had
a change of heart, and thought that permanently killing him off in a story that otherwise lacked any death would be too harsh of a TakeThat. So he had Ron turn out fine, but just kind of temporarly sent on a scattered warp across dimensions. [[spoiler:He is, however, killed onscreen in "Game Complete," but that was a dark alternate ending that killed off the entire population of Earth anyway.]]
** Darlene was going to make a surprise appearance in chapter 9, as a direct ally with the spider hijacker. Fan scrapped this after being unable to think of a good reason ''how'' the [=.GIFfany=] army would know
long talk about her (the Past-a-Scope is not a valid answer, as the events of the episodes starting from "Roadside Attraction" do not happen here) and ''why'' they'd want her to go all the way to Vietnam becides "they're both spider-like." Not helping matters was how chapter 9 was already long as it was (the hands-down ''longest'' chapter of ''anything'' serious Great Pikmin Fan written, and barely being beaten by chapter 21 of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' (which intentionally bloated itself out with dialogue falling so easily for over ninety characters) as his longest chapter period)
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
** The second Trickster/the Halloween Trickster pretty much vanishes right
virtual women just before Soos heads Stan and I went off to the Memory Banks. The two do woods to see Rose, and -- perhaps I should have a final conversation where Soos states [[LessDisturbingInContext he will eat him come Halloween,]] which seems to be the Trickster's ultimate fate, but what happens in between the rest of the summer and then is a huge gray area.
** Speaking of him, exactly ''how'' Professor Kathody knew about the Trickster and found him is another mystery in of itself, especially since even the town legends only ever mention there being one of him and Ford/Dove's "Past-a-Scope" confirming that one of them is dead. Especially jarring as Professor Rose basically found the Shape-Shifter by complete accident, without really knowing about its existence.
** ''Another'' mystery relating to Kathody is her own domain. Why the fuck is there a large, dark, abandoned house in the middle of the otherwise deserted Sahara? How does it have such a large basement area? If the basement was part of the house, why is it so huge? If it was made by the [=.GIFfany=] armies, that doesn't make
led with this -- you just remind me too much sense either, since Kathody of my neice. But with my nephew's love of science."

They're neither utopias nor dystopias. Each domain
is supposed to have some kind of admirable goal (if one that originated from a selfish reason -- to appease their players), but be lazy burried in a sort of flaw.
* Domain 1: "Don't fight for yourself at all, let my officials fight for you (it's not that big of a focus, but it's still... there)." Although they're aiming to reverse deforestation
and have more vegetables for the copies hungry.
* Domain 2: "Have horror-themed spirit or we'll treat you like crap and throw you into our rides." Although they also manufacture a supernatural energy force that works as an amazing source of fuel.
* Domain 3: "Be idealistic or GTFO. Seriously, you can't even see this domain unless you're partly cynical and share a lot of my viewpoints on water quality." Although they ''are'' water-purifiers who aim to have clean water for everyone.
* Domain 4: "Oh hey let's try to punish and even ''kill'' people in the name of the Lightning Goddess!" Although they
are better also hardcore geologists trying to find ways to help with earthquakes. And pretty brilliant minds at building that once you take away their herbal tea.
* Domain 5: "Stick to the menu or I'll go nuts." Although they are a food corporation that later switches to a new type of meat that does wonders to the human body.
* Domain 6: "Bullying and just being an ass to try to 'improve' character are how I roll." Although compared to the others, Bubbles is relatively harmelss, and she is really determined to produce a number of high-quality bath houses.
* Domain 7: "A place for art... and killer fruit, and a suspiciously large shitload of weapons." Although they grow super, harmless fruit as well.
* Domain 8: "Sets the stage for a musical death." Although they teeter on that and musical entertainment. Also producing beans/coffee and stuff is kind of admirable.
* Domain 9: "Went from making antedotes to making poison." Although it's mostly a sort of self-defense and a way to stop conflict, and it's not like antedotes aren't completely no longer studied.
* Domain 10: "Like and agree with ''King of the Hill'' or prepared to be treated like a horrible outcast. I have 50s-style old fashioned views, up to and including rather sexist ones." Although they are the creators of flying cars, jet packs, super trains, very fuel-efficient vehicles, ''and'' they're trying to reduce air pollution/help the O-zone layer.
* Domain 11: It was an unknowing drug factory. Although they were originally just thinking of it as a way to see and "live out" one's dreams.
* Domain 12: "Reality TV dictates everything." Although they are great temperature regulators. Could come in handy in hot or cold parts of the world...
* Domain 13: See Domain 12.
* Domain 14: It's a freaking war factory. Although... yeah, pre-epilogue I got nothing. During the epilogue, however, Dove turns around and focuses on medical stuff instead of bomb stuff.
* Domain 15: Ruled by the biggest of the yanderes, who does not want anyone to leave despite giving them the apparent options. Also basically a yandere-creating factory. Although those ''two teensy details aside'' aside, it's a pretty neat vacation paradise in concept. Just a planet-sized city with a lot of entertainment locations and
things with giffinium (in fact, the reason why the manor isn't made out of giffinium is ''because'' she's too lazy to make much of it herself), which is just about their only building material.
do.



*

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* '''Summon Rumble:'''
* '''Summon Soos:'''
* '''"Summon" Melody:'''
* '''Animatronic Friend:'''
* '''Summon Trickster:'''
* '''Summon Shape-Shifter:'''



* '''Animatronic Rush:''' (Uses 1000 power)



** '''Bill Cipher:''' The stage is tinted red. He proceeds to summon

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** '''Time Baby:''' Rare. Freezes the stage, barring [=.GIFfany=], for three seconds. It is worth noting that this also works on her allies.
** '''Bill Cipher:''' Rare. The stage is tinted red. He proceeds to summon



* All of [=.GIFfany=]'s regular assists (bar the animatronics) are monsters that were recruited by Nzyvo in Fan's intentionally poorly written ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Nzyvo herself makes a brief cameo as a ''very'' rare possible assist in the Rift Steal hyper.

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* All of [=.GIFfany=]'s regular supernatural assists (bar the animatronics) are monsters that were recruited by Nzyvo in Fan's intentionally poorly written ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Nzyvo herself makes a brief cameo as a ''very'' rare possible assist in the Rift Steal hyper.



As with Great Pikmin Fan's later [=.GIFfany=] character, most of Dipper's specials are summons.

* '''Summon Mabel:'''
* '''Summon Stan:'''
* '''Summon Ford:'''
* '''Summon Wendy:'''
* '''Summon Candy and Grenda:'''
* '''Summon Pacifica:''' She spawns a short distance in front of him and swings a golf club, dealing a strong uppercut attack.
* '''A DEAL'S A DEAL:''' (Uses no power; drains 1/2 of his remaining life) Dipper "suddenly gets amnesia of the events of 'Sock Opera'" (Fan's words) and allows Bill to possess him to give him an upper edge of the battle. From there, "Bipper" more-or-less acts as a weaker version of the Bill boss character. This move can still be used even if Bill is an opponent. This is similar to Homer Simpson's "BEER RIOT MODE."



* ''The Wonderful 101'':

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* ''The Wonderful 101'': Dove's chapter takes a huge page from Operation 008 in ''101''. The final battle takes a huge page from Operation 009-C. Wonder-Pink is one of [=.GIFfany=]'s "cosplays" just before said final battle.



* ''Undertale'': Hato is inspired by Burgerpants in that they're both stuck at fast food jobs that they hate (though Hato is an asshole and kind of fucking insane), [=.GIFfany=]'s Main Possession is partly inspired by the Neutral Run final boss. (Partly inspired by some of the work of her canonical designer, Paul Robertson. Also, partly inspired by the final boss of ''Wonderful 101'', see above.)

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* ''Super Mario'': Hijacker Peachaulinsalinaisy's name is a blatant portmanteu of Peach, Pauline, Rosalina, and Daisy. She runs an area similar to the Duel of 100 from ''Super Paper Mario''. Speaking of said game, immediately after her the gang faces Hijacker Alma, who's ability is being able to "flip" much like the dimension-flipping in said game. Towards the end the fic takes the piss on the later ''New''-styled things such as the greater limitation on Toad designs and the repeated re-use of the Koopalings, etc, but these are more on the TakeThat scale.
* ''Undertale'': Hato is inspired by Burgerpants in that they're both stuck at fast food jobs that they hate (though Hato is an asshole and kind of fucking insane), insane). Humans are associated with upright hearts, the non-human "monsters" of note (the copies) are associated with inverted hearts, though the latter comes in several different colors. [=.GIFfany=]'s Main Possession is and that black void sequence leading up to it are partly inspired by the Neutral Run final boss. (Partly inspired by some of the work of her canonical designer, Paul Robertson. Also, partly inspired by the final boss of ''Wonderful 101'', see above.)) The bulk of when ''Undertale'' comes up, if anything, is more of a mock of the game rather than a complete inspiration. Mainly a lot about Dove.
* ''[=HuniePop=], AKA That No-No Game Markiplier Played'': This was unintentional until like minutes ''after'' I actually typed it down, but it's a retroactive reference: Leona's followers prank [=.GIFfany=] by vandalizing one of her skirts and making it a deep red. Which would make it resemble '''T'''iffany's skirt/uniform in general. By an amazing coincidence Kyu is one of [=.GIFfany=]'s "outfits" during her rapid black void flash before the final battle. Dove is called a giga-bitch... like with the phrase "mega-bitch" used to describe Audrey.



* ''Ed, Edd n Eddy'': Searah is named after Sarah, but that's where the similarities end. Like with Rose, Dave, Dirk, Kathy, and Wendy, the names are just nods to the "overly complex family tree" and were actually thought up back before I really planned to give the professors that much depth. In other words, a lot of them were kind of throwaway names for what was going to be one-off monsters. Anyway, Brenda is an exception because Burrda is more heavily based on her. See above.

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* ''Ed, Edd n Eddy'': Searah is named after Sarah, but that's where the similarities end. Like with Rose, Dave, Dirk, Kathy, and Wendy, the names are just nods to the "overly complex family tree" and were actually thought up back before I really planned to give the professors that much depth. In other words, a lot of them were kind of throwaway names for what was going to be one-off monsters. Anyway, Brenda is an exception because Burrda is more heavily based on her. See above. (Sandy, Cardia, Bubbles, Leona, Sonia, and Shannon are not particularly named after anything, and are just puns related to their elements[[note]]Sandy = Sand = Dirt/Earth. Bubbles = Soap makes a lot of that shit. '''Leona'''rdo Da Vinci. Sonia... one letter off from "Sonic." Shannon, probably the only one that isn't completely obvious: Shine-on[[/note]].)
* Misc (Too short to really give its own thing): Kathody's domain is a large love-letter to ''Spooky's Jumpscare Mansion'', considering that it has cheap cardboard cutouts before moving on to more real horrors. The first of the 100 duelers ("Wire Untangler") has a design heavily based on Paimon from ''Magi: Labyrinth of Magic''. The second ("Keyboard to One's Heart") is based on "Sunglasses" from the ''Creamsicle''/''Normal Girls/Other Girls'' meme. Victoria and Kimberly, two of the prior players (Kathody's and Shannon's, respectively), were named after the female nude [=NPCs=] in ''Epic Battle Fantasy'' (from the fourth and third game, respecitvely).



As you can see, just because it's about a yandere doesn't mean I'm going to jump in and reference ''Yandere Simulator'' as much as I can. Especially as... well... there actually isn't much to reference on its own yet, especially because the game isn't finished. I mean, what could you reference? The fun bonus modes? Those are already references to something else.

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As you can see, just because it's about a yandere doesn't mean I'm going to jump in and reference ''Yandere Simulator'' as much as I can. Especially as... well... there actually isn't much to reference on its own yet, especially because the game isn't finished. I mean, what could you reference? The fun bonus modes? Those are already references to something else. The whole "yandere killing things to go after obsession?" That's, judging from how many ill-fitting, failed-to-kill, one-off examples I've read in the yandere trope lists, not too common but not something specific to the game. School girls? Multicolored hair? Panty shots? Clubs? That's so vague it could be to anything.



!! Meh. Just writing this for fun. I'm not trying to intentionally write "EVULEST FAN FACK CHARAKTER EVAR" it's just that after thinking about it, I went "Wow, even compared to my other ''SBIG'' villains, these guys are dicks." WILL DELETE.

* Even ''SBIG'', a set of StylisticSuck parody fics that always tried to avoid being too serious, managed to have a few:
** ''Gumball Vs Satan'' and by proxy most of the rest of the series: Carrie Krueger ended up being a subversion of Fan taking a canonical-EnsembleDarkhorse and giving them a bigger yet more controversial role by her "expanded role" just being composed of one KickTheDog moment after another. Revealing her true intentions by using a Manga/DeathNote to [[HeroKiller murder Gumball]] less than a third of the way into ''Gumball Vs Satan'',
** ''naruto the guy with the ninja'': [[AntagonistTitle Naruto]] himself ended up becoming one as a result of being a heavy [[TakeThat jab]] at overpowered fan fics and DesignatedHero[=es=] in general. Slowly turning himself into an InNameOnly shell of his former or canonical self, Naruto had set on a path where he mind-controlled and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} "Midnight Blissed"]] a large portion of the world's armies. While using them as militant purposes or mundane butlers (or puppets to play video games with), he had implied that he would use the adults for less savory purposes once he turns of age, but his plans are thankfully foiled before that happens. During the mere hours Sasuke was knocked unconcious, Naruto had successfully taken over all five major ninja nations and left a small fraction of the world's population as an apocalypse survival group. He aimed to continue until the entire world was under his control, managing to eventually capture everyone except Sasuke and [[VideoGame/HuniePop Kyu]]. His fight against the later implied that he was taking several characters out from other worlds as well, and attempted to cross into an infinite number of other dimensions to grow his brainwashed harem. His plans are finally foiled when he pushes his luck with Kyu, who frustrates him even with the power of time on his side until he has a nervous breakdown, giving Sasuke the open shot to finish him off and [[NoOnthologicalInertia undo the effects of his controlling jutsu.]] Using his backstory as a pathetic attempt to excuse his behavior, this Naruto was an extreme that would stop at nothing until he had more than everything he wanted.

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!! Meh. Just writing * CowboyBeBopAtHisComputer: Sometimes known to goof up his fact-checking, or not fact-check.
** He admits that in the original ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'', he attempted to partly re-create the opening partly from memory, rather than looking up a transcript. He ended up thinking
this for fun. I'm not trying to intentionally write "EVULEST FAN FACK CHARAKTER EVAR" was a ''good'' thing -- he finds ripping something word-for-word from canon would become a '''major''' pet peeve of his[[note]]Unless it's just through a short FlashBack to canon, a sort of IronicEcho, etc. Note that ''run:gifocalypse'' does both, and near the end[[/note]] and he did not want to be held as a hypocrite because of it.
** ''Carl Stevens Universe'', before its rewrite, claimed that Beach City had a large metropolis area that was, while not mentioned in-fic, "very close" to Beach City. Fan says that getting rid of that was his biggest motivation to writing the re-write. It's also one of his most-often [[SelfDeprecation self-mocked]] elements of any of his stories behind ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'' as a whole.
** Kamina's appearance in ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' was written before Fan actually watched ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''. It... [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness kind of]] [[ShallowParody shows.]] His first action
after thinking about it, I went "Wow, revealing he's the true identity of the Master Chief (just ignore this for now) is to whip a Giga Drill Break out of nowhere. It's ''technically'' true that Kamina invented the technique, but he only got one use out of it [[spoiler:before dying]] and it became the signature move of ''Simon''. He also does this mechless, and as a result doesn't even compared have a pre-existing drill to my other turn into a break. Also, he calls it Giga Drill ''Breaker'', after an often-used misunderstanding. Notably, the ''SBIG'' villains, these guys are dicks." WILL DELETE.

*
series tries to pull this off intentionally (see below), but this was admitted to be a complete accident.
** Another accidental example in the otherwise-intentional HUC is that the Vampire Priest (referred to as "First Boss") ends up attacking a generic forest, rather than the village of Cheddar.
Even ''SBIG'', in the "Great Typo Cleanup," this mistake was left in (as with Kamina's Giga Drill Break creating a set drill out of StylisticSuck parody fics ''nothing'') because of "staying true to that always tried to avoid being too serious, managed to have a few:
particular fuck-up."
** ''Gumball Vs Satan'' ''SBIG'' does this a lot, and by proxy most of [[StylisticSuck intentionally.]]
*** According to ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'',
the rest ''Halo'' series was developed by Nintendo, Liquid Snake is one of the series: Carrie Krueger ended up being a subversion three clones of Fan taking a canonical-EnsembleDarkhorse Solid Snake (along with Gas Snake and giving them a bigger yet more controversial role Plasma Snake), Samus is Mega Man's mother,
*** ''Hecksing: The Dawn'' features "The Demo Run," where Lex Luthor attacks Hecksing with his minions. Said minions? Catwoman, Mystique, and '''the Flash'''. Also, [[CatsHateWater Catwoman can be defeated
by her "expanded role" just being composed having completely ordinary water splashed on her.]]
* GagCensor: Normally fond
of one KickTheDog moment after another. Revealing her true intentions by standard censor bars. He can, on occasion, be caught using a Manga/DeathNote to [[HeroKiller murder Gumball]] less than a third of these.
** [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness After
the way into ''Gumball Vs Satan'',
** ''naruto
original, webcomic version of]] ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' plus the guy with first strip of ''Sheldin & Lenard'', [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson's]] naughty bits get a unique censor in the ninja'': [[AntagonistTitle Naruto]] himself ended up becoming one as form of
** In
a result of being a heavy [[TakeThat jab]] at overpowered fan fics gag "outfit swap" image set, Bill Cipher and DesignatedHero[=es=] in general. Slowly turning himself into an InNameOnly shell of his former or canonical self, Naruto had set on a path where he mind-controlled and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} "Midnight Blissed"]] a large portion of Stan Pine's "swap" leaves the world's armies. While using them as militant purposes or mundane butlers (or puppets to play video games with), he had implied that he would use the adults for less savory purposes once he turns of age, but his plans are thankfully foiled before that happens. During the mere hours Sasuke was knocked unconcious, Naruto had successfully taken over all five major ninja nations and left a small fraction of the world's population as an apocalypse survival group. He aimed to continue until the entire world was under his control, managing to eventually capture everyone except Sasuke and [[VideoGame/HuniePop Kyu]]. His fight against the later implied that he was taking several characters out from other worlds as well, and attempted to cross into an infinite number of other dimensions to grow his brainwashed harem. His plans are finally foiled when he pushes his luck with Kyu, who frustrates him even with the power of time on his side until he has a nervous breakdown, giving Sasuke the open shot to finish him off and [[NoOnthologicalInertia undo the effects of his controlling jutsu.]] Using his backstory as a pathetic attempt to excuse his behavior, this Naruto was an extreme that would stop at latter wearing nothing until he had more than everything he wanted.
but the former's hat, bowtie, and cane. He has a picture of Dipper and Mabel screaming to cover his junk.



* '''Is This the Police?''' Replaces "Ready, Aim, Fire." Cannot be used by a clone in Beer Riot Mode, must be a cancel.

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* '''Is This the Police?''' Replaces "Ready, Aim, Fire." Cannot be used by a clone in Beer Riot Mode, must be a cancel. (This is another ''Kung Fury'' reference.)



* '''''' Replaces "Road Roller D'oh."

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* '''''' '''Shameless Ripoff of Dink Smallwood's 40 Oz. Hyper:''' Replaces "Road Roller D'oh."
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* FullFrontalAssault: Specimen 4 spends more time attacking in the buff thanks to losing her outfit early on (this is a nod to two of her proposed designs having her attack in the nude, if with BarbieDollAnatomy). Specimen 13 is just as naked as she is canonically. When the two of them double-team Pacifica and the Pines, Dipper lampshades this.
* InformedAbility: Invoked and parodied with Pacifica. She is ''literally'' shoe-horned into the story (considering [[AbusiveParents her parents]], no, this isn't as bad as that sounds),




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* SurpriseIncest: [[spoiler:Dipper and Pacifica, as they turn out to be biological siblings thanks to this taking place in the same universe as ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Mabel outright does blood tests, finds out that they're related, and ''immediately'' jumps ship from trying to matchmake them, hoping that they would lose interest themselves. Once the sixth chapter of ''Journals'' comes out, Mabel directly mentions the events of ''Spooky's'' (keeping the fact that they are related a secret through both the end of this and the first half of ''Journals'') by saying "You know how I used to try to pair you two up but since we went to that haunted mansion I kind of suddenly stopped doing that?" when asked why she wasn't ''that'' surprised to find out that Pacifica was Nzyvo's twin. (She was still surprised, as she was certain Nzyvo was an alternate universe counterpart, not a total flesh-and-blood sister.)]]



Nothing, really.
* After publishing "State of Emergency," Fan released a sort-of "bonus" in the form of an AU that combined "Soos and the Real Girl" with ''run:gifocalypse'' in the style of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}''. The jist is, School University exists as some sort of magic/hidden supernatural location near Gravity Falls, and a completely unknowing Soos stumbles into it while looking for a date. [=.GIFfany=] takes on the role of Flowey. What happens when she shows him the heart-on-a-grid shooter-like mechanics is predictable for anyone actually familiar with ''Undertale''.
-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ''I want you to listen to me very carefully. You are now mine. I want you to never look at another girl. Only date me...''\\
''(Ring of her energy spheres surrounds Soos.)''\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' DO YOU UNDERSTAND M? DATE ME OR '''DIE!'''
: :He's bailed out by Rose, but still.



** Darlene was going to make a surprise appearance in chapter 9, as a direct ally with the spider hijacker. Fan scrapped this after being unable to think of a good reason ''how'' the [=.GIFfany=] army would know about her (the Past-a-Scope is not a valid answer, as the events of the episodes starting from "Roadside Attraction" do not happen here) and ''why'' they'd want her to go all the way to Vietnam becides "they're both spider-like."

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** Darlene was going to make a surprise appearance in chapter 9, as a direct ally with the spider hijacker. Fan scrapped this after being unable to think of a good reason ''how'' the [=.GIFfany=] army would know about her (the Past-a-Scope is not a valid answer, as the events of the episodes starting from "Roadside Attraction" do not happen here) and ''why'' they'd want her to go all the way to Vietnam becides "they're both spider-like."" Not helping matters was how chapter 9 was already long as it was (the hands-down ''longest'' chapter of ''anything'' serious Great Pikmin Fan written, and barely being beaten by chapter 21 of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' (which intentionally bloated itself out with dialogue for over ninety characters) as his longest chapter period)



[[/labelnote]]
!! The Spooks of Something Unrelated to the Above

'''All spoilers are unmarked.'''

[[folder:World Settings & Liberated Worlds]]

* World 12. For starters, since World 11 is "Universe," you're left unsure what even ''could'' be the escalating setting for the final area. Turns out it's called "Beyond." But that's not all. The place is a complete MindScrew, set within concepts like patches between universes
* The concept of the Giant Space Cockroaches going back to the "liberated" areas and unleashing giant spiders that specifically target the Liberator may ''sound'' silly, but the way it's handled isn't. If you return to an already-cleared world, which is completely optional unless you count the return to the Lab for the final boss,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Roylel]]

* The plot seems pretty straight-foreward if [[ExcusePlot Excuse-y]] for the most part. Then you beat the boss of the otherwise harmless (despite being partly inspired by one of the creepiest parts of ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'') World 5, and find yourself having a random encounter (in a game where, Liberated Worlds aside, has ''all'' encounters appear on the field). You're met with this... ''thing'' that looks somewhat vaguely like an unmoving woman (again, every other enemy in the game has an idle animation, and they're often rather expressive at that) stitched together, with two extra eyes and appearing to also be stitched with cat parts. She's clearly not this game's version of a zombie -- you encounter a family of them in World 3. Scan reveals that she only has one hit point, one attack point, and no defense, and attacking her causes her to instantly turn into pieces of pink cloth. This is the first encounter with Roylel. It comes the hell out of nowhere, and you're not given a proper explanation of it until World ''10''.
* Roylel finally reveals who -- or rather, what she is -- with a simple WhamLine during her second encounter in world 10. She is clothing. All clothing. Even, [[EldritchAbomination somehow,]] makeshift clothing. Cue still images of various citizens around Existence seeing their clothes suddenly grow eyes, mouths, and limbs -- every type of proper garment in existence is her, and she can transform and control any one of them at will. Be thankful the game isn't real.
-->'''Liberator:''' Wait. You- you're... made of clothing?\\
'''Roylel:''' I'm not made of clothing... ''I '''AM''' CLOTHING!''

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Related to the Liberator and the Professor]]

* While the Professor [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight was absolutely correct about clothing being a mind-control conspiracy]] in this game's world, the fact that the Liberator unquestionably follows everything he says and treats it as absolute fact in spite of how much of a blatant nut the Professor is

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[[/labelnote]]
!! The Spooks of Something Unrelated to the Above

'''All spoilers are unmarked.'''

[[folder:World Settings & Liberated Worlds]]

* World 12. For starters, since World 11 is "Universe," you're left unsure what even ''could'' be the escalating setting for the final area. Turns out it's called "Beyond." But that's not all. The place is

[[folder:Maybe
a complete MindScrew, set within concepts like patches between universes
* The concept of the Giant Space Cockroaches going back to the "liberated" areas and unleashing giant spiders that
route inspired by [=FourthRhyme=]'s Papyrus on ''MUGEN'', specifically target the Liberator may ''sound'' silly, but the way it's handled isn't. If you return to an already-cleared world, which is completely optional unless you count the return to the Lab for the final boss,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Roylel]]

* The plot seems pretty straight-foreward if [[ExcusePlot Excuse-y]] for the most part. Then you beat the boss of the otherwise harmless (despite being partly inspired by one of the creepiest parts of ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'') World 5, and find yourself having a random encounter (in a game where, Liberated Worlds aside, has ''all'' encounters appear on the field). You're met with this... ''thing'' that looks somewhat vaguely like an unmoving woman (again, every other enemy in the game has an idle animation, and they're often rather expressive at that) stitched together, with two extra eyes and appearing to also be stitched with cat parts. She's clearly not
this game's version of a zombie -- you encounter a family of them in World 3. Scan reveals that she only has one hit point, one attack point, and no defense, and attacking her causes her to instantly turn into pieces of pink cloth. This is the first encounter with Roylel. It comes the hell out of nowhere, and you're not given a proper explanation of it until World ''10''.
* Roylel finally reveals who -- or rather, what she is --
hyper in particular with a simple WhamLine during her second encounter in world 10. She is clothing. All clothing. Even, [[EldritchAbomination somehow,]] makeshift clothing. Cue still images of various citizens around Existence seeing their clothes suddenly grow eyes, mouths, and limbs -- every type of proper garment in existence is her, and she can transform and control any one of them at will. Be thankful the game isn't real.
-->'''Liberator:''' Wait. You- you're... made of clothing?\\
'''Roylel:''' I'm not made of clothing... ''I '''AM''' CLOTHING!''

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Related to the Liberator and the Professor]]

portal]]

!! Stats

* While the Professor [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight was absolutely correct about clothing being a mind-control conspiracy]] in this game's world, the fact that the Liberator unquestionably follows everything he says and treats it as absolute fact in spite of how much of a blatant nut the Professor is Life: 1000
* Power: 3000
* Attack: 110
* Defense: 100

!! Specials

* '''Lightning Throw:'''

Assists



!! Hypers

* '''Rift Steal:''' (Uses 1500 power) [=.GIFfany=] reveals that she has snuck into the Mystery Shack to steal the rift [[gravityfalls.wikia.com/wiki/Interdimensional_rift (this thing)]]. She attempts to merge it with herself, but drops and breaks the globe containing it, causing an X-shaped portal to appear in the stage. Every one of her regular assists (including the animatronics for some reason) can come out of this rift at intervals, as well as various other assists:
** '''Gnome:''' Specifically, Jeff. He stands in place for about a second before running off, gathering other gnomes to form the "giant gnome" combination. Rushes across the screen, dealing mild, but unblockable damage. Attacking Jeff cancels the attack.
** '''Gobblewonker (Real):''' A sprite alteration of Dipper's Gobblewonker (Robot) assist.
** '''Manotaur:''' Hits the opponent with a short range Completely Not Falcon Punch.
** '''Bill Cipher:''' The stage is tinted red. He proceeds to summon
** '''[[Film/KungFury Arcade Machine:]]''' A living arcade machine robot with a constant angry face and middle finger-guns. Will fire lasers
** '''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Ezekiel:]]''' A poorly-drawn sprite of Ezekiel appears on the stage. Deals a very weak arrow attack. Will be knocked off the stage if attacked.
* '''run:gifocalypse:''' (Uses 1500 power) [=.GIFfany=] summons a Wire (matching the hair color of that palette), which specifically summons random professor copies from Great Pikmin Fan's "AU" ''run:gifocalypse'', about multiple copies of her aiming to take over the world. Regardless of [=.GIFfany=]'s palette (except the digital one, where they are all black and white as she is), their hair color remains the game. Like Rift Steal, only one copy can be out at a time, the copies are summoned at intervals when one is de-summoned, and the Wire remains out for the rest of the round. [=.GIFfany=] '''can''' summon her regular assists and '''can''' stack this move with Rift Steal (for exceptionally long fights).
** '''Burrda:''' A copy with '''white''' hair. Her attack is similar to that of Lyn as an Assist Trophy in ''Super Smash Bros.'', where she stays in place for a moment before zipping to the enemy's location with a powerful slash. She is coded to deal a greater amount of damage if Cheaper Edd is an opponent, supposedly representing that the attack can cut through both his defense and his greater health amount, however it deals near-lethal levels of damage if he's allied with another character of "average" health and defense. Also freezes the opponent if hit.
** '''Burnda:''' A copy with '''red''' hair.
** '''Sandy:''' A copy with '''orange''' hair.
** '''Kathody:''' A copy with '''yellow''' hair.
** '''Shannon:''' A copy with '''chartreuse''' hair.
** '''Rose:''' A copy with '''green''' hair. She sends a possessing stream of electricity into her own leaf outfit, then grows an entire tree out of it, which hits in a straight line in front of itself. While Rose remains with the tree growing out of her outfit a while after, this does no damage outside of the initial sprouting.
** '''Wendy:''' A copy with '''spring green''' hair.
** '''Bubbles:''' A copy with '''cyan''' hair.
** '''Sonia:''' A copy with '''azure''' hair.
** '''Searah:''' A copy with '''blue''' hair.
** '''Cardia:''' A copy with '''violet''' hair.
** '''Dian:''' A copy with '''magenta''' hair. Harmless unless attacked, then sends a large cloud of poison sliding across the screen. She also disappears in this poison cloud.
** '''Leona:''' A copy with '''rose''' hair.
** '''Dove:''' A copy with '''black''' hair. Tints the stage purple (if, by some extremely rare chance, she and Bill are out on the stage at the same time, Bill's red tint takes precedence)

!! Trivia

* Like every other character by Great Pikmin Fan, [=.GIFfany=] has an anti-cheap mode against Naruto-kun, Sasuke-kun,
* All of [=.GIFfany=]'s regular assists (bar the animatronics) are monsters that were recruited by Nzyvo in Fan's intentionally poorly written ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. Nzyvo herself makes a brief cameo as a ''very'' rare possible assist in the Rift Steal hyper.



[[folder:Other]]

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[[folder:Other]]
[[folder:This is what Dipper can do]]

!! Stats

* Life: 950
* Power: 3000
* Attack: 100
* Defense: 990

!! Specials

!! Hypers

* '''Raise the Dead:''' (Uses 1000 power) Dipper reads off a chant to raise zombies. The ground splits, and several waves of the undead rush across the stage.

!! Trivia



!! ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (possible spoilers? Also, possible spoilers for ''Undertale'' in a way)

"I garuntee nothing bad will happen to you as long as I am still ''alive''. Just think of me like a guardian angel. Well, guardian fairy. Just to let you know, I did some research on alternate versions of you. And one of them... the 'big one,' the 'source' that kinda 'created' universes like this... let's just say, he's unpleasant. I've heard ''bad'' things about that Sasuke. I'm watching over you because you're nothing like that... jerk. Trust me. If you did even a ''fraction'' of the terrible things he did, well... '''you'd be dead where you stand.''' But you're not like him, so no hard feelings, okay?"

|| Homer Army || http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/deja_q_hd_046_resized_6484.jpg || Hyper where a Homer Simpson clone flashes you ||

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!! FUCKING RG REFERENCE TALLY

* ''OFF'': Hold on to your seats, this is a long one. Domain 9 is loosely based on Zone 1. The PNG(/"Domain 15") is loosely based on Zone 2. Domain 11 is strongly based on Zone 3. The Memory Banks portion is based on the Room. Cardia is similar to Japhet: Both went insane because of something the people they're looking after have done, both possess an animal that's dear to one of the main characters. (Mabel's pet peg; Judge's brother.) Shannon is like Enoch, both of them can change size, both are really friggin hard to fight, both seem like hopeless battles at first then pull a jump scare and have the "real" battle after being "weakened." Dove is like Dedan; foul-mouthed, associated with time, a kind of "body made of steel," asshole boss to followers. The "main area" of Domain 15 is a historical place similar to the Great Library of Zone 2, and in fact a library makes up a good portion of the Romance Museum. The Memory Banks has six chapters in descending order, from 5 to 0, and is a giant mind fuck. Domain 11 is manufacturing a drug, but it's basically called and affiliated with something generally not considered a drug in real life. It has horrible withdrawl effects. Domain 11 is also made of various sections traveled by monorail. The diagram showing how the mirrors work depicts ordinary humans in a manner resembling Elsen, with white coloring and a square head, while the diagrams in other domains (IE not the one with the strongest ''OFF'' inspiration) use [=.GIFfany=]'s "standard" blue and red stick figures. Domain 9 manufactures four different components of poison, when the group is told about each component, the expositor tells them that they are each the "first of four" and an important component, similar to the elements of ''OFF''. One of those components is smoke, like how ''OFF'' has smoke as an element. The smoke area is ran by a copy who named herself Daminna, a play on "Damien," the part of Zone 1 with the smoke mines. The final runner in Domain 9 calls herself Alma, directly named after the fifth and final section of Zone 1.
* ''King of the Hill'': Professor Wendy and her followers love the show. It's directly mentioned by-name and said copies run a fanclub of it in Domain 10. I mean, I'm not really sure if it counts as ''references'', but... the sheer blatancy of it makes me feel like placing it above everything except ''OFF'', because with ''OFF'' it's so frequent you might as well say it's a knockoff.
* ''The Wonderful 101'':
* ''Perfect Hair Forever'': The twins heavily take their design from Brenda, and in fact they are two of the only copies (well, aside from Kathody, but Kathody's named after/based on an OC to begin with, so...) to be inspired from the character they were named after. Burrda actually acts more like her: Silent, kind of just does what someone else says (Uncle Grandfather/Burnda), uses a sword, apparently really easy to convince to go out and fight. Burnda's just her sort-of opposite. Heck, their fusion is named Blenda, just one letter off.
* ''The Legend of Zelda'': A big thing is in the sky and going to "activate" in three days, with a big "final warning" on midnight of the third day (the Moon in ''Majora's Mask''). Technically Sandy's "PUNISH THEM! PUNISH THEM!" thing is a self-nod to ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', which is what the Pikmin threaten to do with Jake (laser his groin off, but the Rainbow Crew step in and save him just in time),
* ''Undertale'': Hato is inspired by Burgerpants in that they're both stuck at fast food jobs that they hate (though Hato is an asshole and kind of fucking insane), [=.GIFfany=]'s Main Possession is partly inspired by the Neutral Run final boss. (Partly inspired by some of the work of her canonical designer, Paul Robertson. Also, partly inspired by the final boss of ''Wonderful 101'', see above.)
* ''Homestuck'': Rose, Dian, and Dove got their names taken from... Rose, Dirk, and Dave respectively, with the latter two being sort-of gender bent names ("Dian" being a weird mispelling of "Diane" just to fit the four-letter theme). However, the names are all they have in common. Ron Ejjert is clearly based on John Egbert but this is by no means a respectful homage. Although Dove's online handle is tableturnGigahead -- similar to Dave's turntechGodhead.
* ''Ed, Edd n Eddy'': Searah is named after Sarah, but that's where the similarities end. Like with Rose, Dave, Dirk, Kathy, and Wendy, the names are just nods to the "overly complex family tree" and were actually thought up back before I really planned to give the professors that much depth. In other words, a lot of them were kind of throwaway names for what was going to be one-off monsters. Anyway, Brenda is an exception because Burrda is more heavily based on her. See above.
* ''Yandere Simulator'': A minor character (as in, all she really does is call Professor Sandy an idiot) shares the name and (sort of) hair color of a minor student in ''Yandere''.

As you can see, just because it's about a yandere doesn't mean I'm going to jump in and reference ''Yandere Simulator'' as much as I can. Especially as... well... there actually isn't much to reference on its own yet, especially because the game isn't finished. I mean, what could you reference? The fun bonus modes? Those are already references to something else.
[[/labelnote]]
!! The Spooks of Something Unrelated to the Above

'''All spoilers are unmarked.'''

[[folder:World Settings & Liberated Worlds]]

* In World 11, the Liberator goes to {{Hell|gate}}. Multiple Hells. It's... not ''as'' bad as one would expect,
* World 12. For starters, since World 11 is "Universe," you're left unsure what even ''could'' be the escalating setting for the final area. Turns out it's called "Beyond." But that's not all. The place is a complete MindScrew, set within concepts like patches between universes
* The concept of the Giant Space Cockroaches going back to the "liberated" areas and unleashing giant spiders that specifically target the Liberator may ''sound'' silly, but the way it's handled isn't. If you return to an already-cleared world, which is completely optional unless you count the return to the Lab for the final boss,

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Roylel]]

* The plot seems pretty straight-foreward if [[ExcusePlot Excuse-y]] for the most part. Then you beat the boss of the otherwise harmless (despite being partly inspired by one of the creepiest parts of ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'') World 5, and find yourself having a random encounter (in a game where, Liberated Worlds aside, has ''all'' encounters appear on the field). You're met with this... ''thing'' that looks somewhat vaguely like an unmoving woman (again, every other enemy in the game has an idle animation, and they're often rather expressive at that) stitched together, with two extra eyes and appearing to also be stitched with cat parts. She's clearly not this game's version of a zombie -- you encounter a family of them in World 3. Scan reveals that she only has one hit point, one attack point, and no defense, and attacking her causes her to instantly turn into pieces of pink cloth. This is the first encounter with Roylel. It comes the hell out of nowhere, and you're not given a proper explanation of it until World ''10''.
* Roylel finally reveals who -- or rather, what she is -- with a simple WhamLine during her second encounter in world 10. She is clothing. All clothing. Even, [[EldritchAbomination somehow,]] makeshift clothing. Cue still images of various citizens around Existence seeing their clothes suddenly grow eyes, mouths, and limbs -- every type of proper garment in existence is her, and she can transform and control any one of them at will. Be thankful the game isn't real.
-->'''Liberator:''' Wait. You- you're... made of clothing?\\
'''Roylel:''' I'm not made of clothing... ''I '''AM''' CLOTHING!''

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Related to the Liberator and the Professor]]

* While the Professor [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight was absolutely correct about clothing being a mind-control conspiracy]] in this game's world, the fact that the Liberator unquestionably follows everything he says and treats it as absolute fact in spite of how much of a blatant nut the Professor is
*

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Other]]

[[/folder]]

!! Meh. Just writing this for fun. I'm not trying to intentionally write "EVULEST FAN FACK CHARAKTER EVAR" it's just that after thinking about it, I went "Wow, even compared to my other ''SBIG'' villains, these guys are dicks." WILL DELETE.

* Even ''SBIG'', a set of StylisticSuck parody fics that always tried to avoid being too serious, managed to have a few:
** ''Gumball Vs Satan'' and by proxy most of the rest of the series: Carrie Krueger ended up being a subversion of Fan taking a canonical-EnsembleDarkhorse and giving them a bigger yet more controversial role by her "expanded role" just being composed of one KickTheDog moment after another. Revealing her true intentions by using a Manga/DeathNote to [[HeroKiller murder Gumball]] less than a third of the way into ''Gumball Vs Satan'',
**
''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (possible spoilers? Also, possible spoilers ninja'': [[AntagonistTitle Naruto]] himself ended up becoming one as a result of being a heavy [[TakeThat jab]] at overpowered fan fics and DesignatedHero[=es=] in general. Slowly turning himself into an InNameOnly shell of his former or canonical self, Naruto had set on a path where he mind-controlled and [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} "Midnight Blissed"]] a large portion of the world's armies. While using them as militant purposes or mundane butlers (or puppets to play video games with), he had implied that he would use the adults for ''Undertale'' in less savory purposes once he turns of age, but his plans are thankfully foiled before that happens. During the mere hours Sasuke was knocked unconcious, Naruto had successfully taken over all five major ninja nations and left a way)

"I garuntee
small fraction of the world's population as an apocalypse survival group. He aimed to continue until the entire world was under his control, managing to eventually capture everyone except Sasuke and [[VideoGame/HuniePop Kyu]]. His fight against the later implied that he was taking several characters out from other worlds as well, and attempted to cross into an infinite number of other dimensions to grow his brainwashed harem. His plans are finally foiled when he pushes his luck with Kyu, who frustrates him even with the power of time on his side until he has a nervous breakdown, giving Sasuke the open shot to finish him off and [[NoOnthologicalInertia undo the effects of his controlling jutsu.]] Using his backstory as a pathetic attempt to excuse his behavior, this Naruto was an extreme that would stop at nothing bad will happen to you as long as I am still ''alive''. Just think of me like a guardian angel. Well, guardian fairy. Just to let you know, I did some research on alternate versions of you. And one of them... the 'big one,' the 'source' that kinda 'created' universes like this... let's just say, he's unpleasant. I've heard ''bad'' things about that Sasuke. I'm watching over you because you're nothing like that... jerk. Trust me. If you did even a ''fraction'' of the terrible things until he did, well... '''you'd be dead where you stand.''' But you're not like him, so no hard feelings, okay?"

had more than everything he wanted.

|| Homer Army || http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/deja_q_hd_046_resized_6484.jpg || Hyper where a Homer Simpson clone flashes you ||||

* '''Is This the Police?''' Replaces "Ready, Aim, Fire." Cannot be used by a clone in Beer Riot Mode, must be a cancel.
* '''Flash of Death:''' Replaces "Touch of Death." A Homer Clone quickly chances to only wearing a coat, turns to face the opponent, and flashes them. If this move KO's, a soundclip of the Nostalgia Critic shouting "GAME OVER MAN, GAME OVER!" from his ''Foodfight!'' review will play. Not an instant KO, though it does deal significantly more damage than "Touch of Death" at the cost of, for some reason, having much shorter range.
* '''''' Replaces "Road Roller D'oh."
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[[labelnote:Gigantic Gravity Falls ''Gravity Falls'' Thing]]



** In the original chapter 6, Professor Bubbles nabs the journals, flips through #2, and melts them after finding out that Ford never wrote anything about [=.GIFfany=]. Well, ''Journal 3'' reveals that this is true... ''Ford'' never wrote about her. Bubbles effectively melted Soos's entry

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** In the original chapter 6, Professor Bubbles nabs the journals, flips through #2, and melts them after finding out that Ford never wrote anything about [=.GIFfany=]. Well, ''Journal 3'' reveals that this is true... ''Ford'' never wrote about her. Bubbles effectively melted Soos's entry without even knowing about it. This got a nod in chapter 8's update retcon, where Soos briefly tries to mention that there ''is'' information on [=.GIFfany=] in general (or rather, the Risen One), but Bubbles refused to listen. [[BrickJoke Fast-foreward to "Game Over,"]] where Bubbles reveals that she melted the journals in front of both Ford and [=.GIFfany=], and the latter already knew about Soos's entry on her. Cue Ford being pissed off, while Risen '''goes ballistic'''.




[[folder:Spooky (Unrelated to that "Spooky" Folder Waaaaay Up There RPG, This is Just Pointless Nonsense)]]

[[AC:In General]]

[[AC:Returning to Cleared Areas/[[spoiler:The Hunt for Eve]]]]
* Since going from Domain 1 to Domain 2 is a one-way trip that automatically happens after defeating Rose, beating the second area marks the first time that you can backtrack to a previous domain. Do so, and you're treated to an empty, music-less version
* Head all the way over to the professor's office. [[spoiler:You will find that the room is smeared in what seems like dark paint matching the professors' associated colors. Inside is a treasure chest where you have to fight rather powerful enemies called "Leaks," which look like weird glitchy pixel blocks. Beating them awards you items that are just given names only named things like "111100," and descriptions such as "A yellow binary." Naturally, there is one "binary" for each of the domains except the PNG, each color-coded accordingly.

[[AC:Gravity Falls Town & Domain 1: Gravity Falls Forest]]

[[AC:Domain 2: ]]
* Yes, Kathody's domain is a cheesy haunted house. Yes, it's largely populated by copies who turned it into a bad attraction. However, you can now explore rooms that [...] Oh yeah, and for added SchmuckBait to blind players? This is the first domain you can revisit after it's cleared, so it's likely the first one players will re-explore. And it's one of the eeriest.
* The game has its own version of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker the Ghost Ship.]] If you've kept Kathody alive, going to what seems like a long, empty trail in Domain 9 leading to a dead-end will have her walk in and stop you a little bit prior, saying that the party's going too far off trail (again, you're stopped by natural boundries before you can completely walk through the cave) and then feeling like she owes them something for "the waste of time." She warns you that the only thing she has to offer has an even more ominous story than ''Romance Academy 7''[='=]s return rates. She states that ''seven'' people held it, and every single one of them was found decapitated shortly after 336 hours (exactly two weeks) after getting it. Things actually go ''down''hill from there. You're given a prompt if you want to accept or reject it. Accepting it (Dipper's talk portrait showing him visibly sweating) reveals that it's a map of sorts. Checking the map shows that there's a face drawn on it in what seems to be blood, and it leads you back to an area off in Domain 2. Backtracking there and heading east reveals
** Dab on some FridgeHorror for something even worse: [[spoiler:we're ''never'' told if the Mystery Shack group (or Kathody) was either immune to or found some way to "counter" the curse/whatever killed the other seven people. Whatever the case is, it's ''highly'' implied that Kathody did ''not'' make up the story about the seven murders. Keep in mind that ''run:gifocalyse'', in all incarnations, is strict on time. The Gifocalypse takes place over three/four days, and you cannot get this until the third day. It's implied that the game/fic takes place less than two weeks from Dipper and Mabel's birthday, and that the epilogue happens only a few days after IE the end of summer. It '''is''' implied that going into and beating the dungeon stopped whatever decapitator there is, ]]
** It's implied that Kathody found the map within her own domain, IE that mysterious, giant, dark, abandoned mansion in the middle of a sandy desert with no other visible buildings. The implications of this speak of themselves.
** More alliviation: WordOfGod confirmed that a pacifist run ends the same way the original fic ends, with everyone having a pretty happy life, [[spoiler:aside from ''maybe'' Soos and Melody.]] He also says that the "cursed map" isn't part of RG canon, and just an experiment he did to try to throw in more content to spook players out.
* If you come back to the desert during the (pacifist-exclusive) PlayableEpilogue, where the domains are rebuilt and improved upon, Kathody finally made her place, too, a building out of giffinium. The old mansion? Oh, it's still there, [[spoiler:except she now has blood red DANGER tape surrounding it. If you attempt to lead Mabel into it, Kathody will ''suddenly'' talk to you through the phone (possessing the phone itself. It doesn't ring, she doesn't simply call her) and give an ominous "Don't even think about it."]]

[[AC:Domain 3: ]]
* Unlike the original text fic, you can actually steal one of Prof. Wendy's boats and sail around here. You can also sail around Sonia's domain, but at least that place is closed off and you could get the boat ''before'' clearing it out. Here, however... not only does it have the same empty effect of returning to a

[[AC:Domain 4: ]]

[[AC:Domain 5: ]]

[[AC:Domain 6: ]]

[[AC:Domain 7: ]]

[[AC:Domain 8: ]]

[[AC:Domain 9: ]]

[[AC:Domain 10: ]]

[[AC:Domain 11: ]]
* Shannon's domain in general marks a dark turn for the game, as it was in the original text-based fic. [[spoiler:The Cute Monster Girls you have been fighting all game suddenly glitch out and deform into ''bizarre'' monstrocities (though there is an explanation for this, and the process is thankfully reversable), the professor is largely unknown and described as someone even Risen [=.GIFfany=] is afraid of, nobody is of any help to you, depending on how you play you've got a post-breakdown Prof. Wendy stalking you for about half the domain,]] and the whole thing is set in some exceptionally alien factory whre the giffinium is arranged in odd chartreuse green cubes.
* In the original fic, Soos and the gang were on what was basically a pacifist run, so at least they got to calm Shannon down by admitting they never killed anyone. You here, however? If you make the party kill any non-demon enemy -- whether it be another professor (oh ho ho ho, ''especially'' if it's another professor) or even one of the optional fights, you'll see the full extent to Shannon's pissed side.

[[AC:Domain 12: ]]

[[AC:Domain 13: ]]

[[AC:Gravity Falls: State of Emergency & Domain 14: The Giga-Kyaarya]]
* One of Dove's monitors has what appears to be a diagram of [[spoiler:''Mable the Typomonster'' from ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. While likely not canon, there's something very... ''off'' about the idea of a more "serious" fanwork like ''run:gifocalypse'' co-existing with a chaotic Stylistic Suck-fest where plot holes are also important plot points. It's as if looking too much into one particular person will suddenly make the laws of physics around you, too, start to disappear or something.]]
** Softened by how [[spoiler:it's not actually Mable, as confirmed by Word of God. It's really just a bad sketch of Mabel that Dove used because she "ran out" of good Mabel drawings and photographs. So, ultimately, it's just a reference.]]

[[AC:The Planet Negation Girl, Human Path]]
* The entire sequence with the Memory Banks in general. You play as a completely solo Soos as he wanders through six "chapters" depicting some of the events of the Gifocalypse in reverse chronological order. The first two are tame (respectively for chapters 5 and 4, just getting to know the [[spoiler:second-gen professors]] and everyone detailing what they want to do with a "new world"). Chapter 3 is set in the dark factory where the copies were made, and has Dove acting uncharacteristically nice. Granted, it ''is'' her, and she has a reason to act so loving towards her other copies, but considering the huge switch from what she's generally like the whole thing comes off as very alarming. Chapter 2 showcases [=.GIFfany=] slowly repairing herself with the other copies, and they come off as more meanacing here when they discuss certain subjects. In Chapter 1, Soos walks through a dark void as he talks to shadowy outlines of the players of each professor-copy. Chapter 0 opens with another black void, only all that's there seems to be [[spoiler:a display of [=.GIFfany=]'s first ever moments of sapience. After that, the display vanishes. Soos continues to walk until [=.GIFfany=] pretty much blinks into existence from ''nowhere'', '''five fucking feet in front of him'''.]] And ''then'' the speech starts.
** The fact that it's yet another ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' reference/homage does not help, especially as it's to one of the most MindScrew[=y=] parts in the entire game (The Room).
** Chapter 0 is titled "Soos and the Real Girl." As in, the name of the canonical episode. Considering the implications that [=.GIFfany=] can toy around with the fourth wall, is it really a stretch to say that this is more than just a reference?
* [=.GIFfany=]'s speech before the final battle has her transforming herself... dramatically, to say the least. Most of it isn't that bad, but she does things like ''rotting'' and ''aging her appearance until she becomes a dried-out husk'' when saying that real human beings "bleed, excrete, age, and die." When she switches her face up while directly bringing up the topic of humans and [=AIs=] before saying she'll "rule over all of them both," she represents [=AIs=] by basically slapping the face of her pixel form over the face of her physical form (the end result nosedives into the UncannyValley), and she represents humans by morphing her face into what looks like a combination of Soos, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy's faces all struggling to pull themselves off of [=.GIFfany=]'s (now otherwise blank) face.
* If you don't think the fact that it's [[spoiler:a ''Five Nights at Freddy's'' reference]] makes it {{narm}}y, then there's definitely the moment where you use Scan on [=.GIFfany=], confirming a [[NarratorAllAlong certain thing]] that was implied but never stated on in the fic.
-->HP: 999999\\
MP: 9999\\
[[spoiler:It's me.]]

[[AC:The Planet Negation Girl, AI Path]]
* You can only pick the "Game Complete Ending" if you're on a pacifist route, and you're still given the option to do what Risen did and [[spoiler:assimilate all of the other [=RA7=] copies.]] So, after deciding to keep the other professors alive, you suddenly turn around at the last possible second and subject them all to a FateWorseThanDeath.

[[AC:Endings and Epilogue]]

[[AC:This Game's "KillEmAll" Route]]
* Unlike other games which portrays outright killing the opponent as a bad thing (in most circumstances), you're never really called out for any deaths comitted here. From the malevolent [=AIs=] attacking the party to the damn weak frog-fusion that's desperately trying to get some good out of you,
* To try to keep in line with ''Gravity Falls'', the option to kill an antagonist is usually in the form of some sort of reasoning ''why'' killing them is the safest path. Picking that will also give some dialogue between the party, and in several cases it seems like it's a touch choice. Kill enough and this will stop. By "Arc 2," (Domains 6 though... technically 9, [[spoiler:but you never fight anyone in a kill-all run in Domain 9]]) the options just read as a blunt "Kill." or "Spare."
* Killing Sonia is the PointOfNoReturn, and blind players will be in for a [[NothingIsScarier nasty surprise]] when they enter Domain 9. [[spoiler:It's empty. Completely deserted. The card leading to Domain 10 is sitted there, right on Dian's desk at the beginning. Unlike the cleared domains, there ''is'' music here -- a slowed down version of what would be the regular music for each location. You can still ''walk'' anywhere you want as you please, only to end up finding '''nothing''' there. Not even any chests. There is no purpose to wandering killpath-Domain 9. The whole place is just one big Empty Room Psyche.]]
* Of course, [[spoiler:Professor Dian]] technically isn't the final battle. The ''actual'' final "battle," or rather the two of them... [[spoiler:"Ford" (See below: It's implied Bill's tampering with the party at this point) successfully installs a switch to the PNG that would emit a signal which would destroy the code of all copies, and as its range extends to the inner solar system this garuntees they will all die. He also, right after Dian's death, made a way to prevent any of them from possessing anything. When approaching the switch, both Dove and Risen [=.GIFfany=] leap in and beg the party not to. This results in a prompt where you can just decide not to flip the switch and end the game right there. Picking to fight, however, gives a "battle" against Dove where she does ''nothing'' but stand there and try to offer mercy, while the party fights her to death. Cue [=.GIFfany=] being scared shitless and desperate to come up with anything that doesn't result in her death. She finally fights the party in a regular battle regardless of the option taken, ]]
** [[spoiler:It's implied that they ''know'' this is technically genocide at that point, and they wouldn't do it willingly. Remember what Bill says on a pacifist ending when [=.GIFfany=] de-merged with and sealed the rift? How he aimed to kill her for hijacking the rift for so long, even if she didn't seal it? And he quickly escalates towards him waging war against her whole copy army. Again, he felt this way ''before'' she actually closed the rift, so it's not hard to see that at some point Bill takes advantage of the self-defense and starts

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[[AC:In General]]

[[AC:Returning to Cleared Areas/[[spoiler:The Hunt for Eve]]]]
* Since going from Domain 1 to Domain 2 is a one-way trip that automatically happens after defeating Rose, beating
the second area marks the first time that you can backtrack to a previous domain. Do so, and Above

'''All spoilers are unmarked.'''

[[folder:World Settings & Liberated Worlds]]

* World 12. For starters, since World 11 is "Universe,"
you're treated to an empty, music-less version
* Head all the way over to the professor's office. [[spoiler:You will find that the room is smeared in
left unsure what seems like dark paint matching even ''could'' be the professors' associated colors. Inside is a treasure chest where you have to fight rather powerful enemies called "Leaks," which look like weird glitchy pixel blocks. Beating them awards you items that are just given names only named things like "111100," and descriptions such as "A yellow binary." Naturally, there is one "binary" escalating setting for each of the domains except the PNG, each color-coded accordingly.

[[AC:Gravity Falls Town & Domain 1: Gravity Falls Forest]]

[[AC:Domain 2: ]]
* Yes, Kathody's domain is a cheesy haunted house. Yes,
final area. Turns out it's largely populated by copies who turned it into a bad attraction. However, you can now explore rooms that [...] Oh yeah, and for added SchmuckBait to blind players? This called "Beyond." But that's not all. The place is the first domain you can revisit after it's cleared, so it's likely the first one players will re-explore. And it's one a complete MindScrew, set within concepts like patches between universes
* The concept
of the eeriest.
* The game has its own version of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker the Ghost Ship.]] If you've kept Kathody alive,
Giant Space Cockroaches going to what seems like a long, empty trail in Domain 9 leading to a dead-end will have her walk in and stop you a little bit prior, saying that the party's going too far off trail (again, you're stopped by natural boundries before you can completely walk through the cave) and then feeling like she owes them something for "the waste of time." She warns you that the only thing she has to offer has an even more ominous story than ''Romance Academy 7''[='=]s return rates. She states that ''seven'' people held it, and every single one of them was found decapitated shortly after 336 hours (exactly two weeks) after getting it. Things actually go ''down''hill from there. You're given a prompt if you want to accept or reject it. Accepting it (Dipper's talk portrait showing him visibly sweating) reveals that it's a map of sorts. Checking the map shows that there's a face drawn on it in what seems to be blood, and it leads you back to an area off in Domain 2. Backtracking there and heading east reveals
** Dab on some FridgeHorror for something even worse: [[spoiler:we're ''never'' told if the Mystery Shack group (or Kathody) was either immune to or found some way to "counter" the curse/whatever killed the other seven people. Whatever the case is, it's ''highly'' implied that Kathody did ''not'' make up the story about the seven murders. Keep in mind that ''run:gifocalyse'', in all incarnations, is strict on time. The Gifocalypse takes place over three/four days, and you cannot get this until the third day. It's implied that the game/fic takes place less than two weeks from Dipper and Mabel's birthday, and that the epilogue happens only a few days after IE the end of summer. It '''is''' implied that going into and beating the dungeon stopped whatever decapitator there is, ]]
** It's implied that Kathody found the map within her own domain, IE that mysterious, giant, dark, abandoned mansion in the middle of a sandy desert with no other visible buildings. The implications of this speak of themselves.
** More alliviation: WordOfGod confirmed that a pacifist run ends the same way the original fic ends, with everyone having a pretty happy life, [[spoiler:aside from ''maybe'' Soos and Melody.]] He also says that the "cursed map" isn't part of RG canon, and just an experiment he did to try to throw in more content to spook players out.
* If you come
back to the desert during "liberated" areas and unleashing giant spiders that specifically target the (pacifist-exclusive) PlayableEpilogue, where Liberator may ''sound'' silly, but the domains are rebuilt and improved upon, Kathody finally made her place, too, a building out of giffinium. The old mansion? Oh, way it's still there, [[spoiler:except she now has blood red DANGER tape surrounding it. handled isn't. If you attempt return to lead Mabel into it, Kathody will ''suddenly'' talk to you through the phone (possessing the phone itself. It doesn't ring, she doesn't simply call her) and give an ominous "Don't even think about it."]]

[[AC:Domain 3: ]]
* Unlike the original text fic, you can actually steal one of Prof. Wendy's boats and sail around here. You can also sail around Sonia's domain, but at least that place
already-cleared world, which is closed off and you could get the boat ''before'' clearing it out. Here, however... not only does it have the same empty effect of returning to a

[[AC:Domain 4: ]]

[[AC:Domain 5: ]]

[[AC:Domain 6: ]]

[[AC:Domain 7: ]]

[[AC:Domain 8: ]]

[[AC:Domain 9: ]]

[[AC:Domain 10: ]]

[[AC:Domain 11: ]]
* Shannon's domain in general marks a dark turn for the game, as it was in the original text-based fic. [[spoiler:The Cute Monster Girls you have been fighting all game suddenly glitch out and deform into ''bizarre'' monstrocities (though there is an explanation for this, and the process is thankfully reversable), the professor is largely unknown and described as someone even Risen [=.GIFfany=] is afraid of, nobody is of any help to you, depending on how you play you've got a post-breakdown Prof. Wendy stalking you for about half the domain,]] and the whole thing is set in some exceptionally alien factory whre the giffinium is arranged in odd chartreuse green cubes.
* In the original fic, Soos and the gang were on what was basically a pacifist run, so at least they got to calm Shannon down by admitting they never killed anyone. You here, however? If you make the party kill any non-demon enemy -- whether it be another professor (oh ho ho ho, ''especially'' if it's another professor) or even one of the optional fights, you'll see the full extent to Shannon's pissed side.

[[AC:Domain 12: ]]

[[AC:Domain 13: ]]

[[AC:Gravity Falls: State of Emergency & Domain 14: The Giga-Kyaarya]]
* One of Dove's monitors has what appears to be a diagram of [[spoiler:''Mable the Typomonster'' from ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. While likely not canon, there's something very... ''off'' about the idea of a more "serious" fanwork like ''run:gifocalypse'' co-existing with a chaotic Stylistic Suck-fest where plot holes are also important plot points. It's as if looking too much into one particular person will suddenly make the laws of physics around you, too, start to disappear or something.]]
** Softened by how [[spoiler:it's not actually Mable, as confirmed by Word of God. It's really just a bad sketch of Mabel that Dove used because she "ran out" of good Mabel drawings and photographs. So, ultimately, it's just a reference.]]

[[AC:The Planet Negation Girl, Human Path]]
* The entire sequence with the Memory Banks in general. You play as a
completely solo Soos as he wanders through six "chapters" depicting some of optional unless you count the events of return to the Gifocalypse in reverse chronological order. The first two are tame (respectively Lab for chapters 5 and 4, just getting to know the [[spoiler:second-gen professors]] and everyone detailing what they want to do with a "new world"). Chapter 3 is set in the dark factory where the copies were made, and has Dove acting uncharacteristically nice. Granted, it ''is'' her, and she has a reason to act so loving towards her other copies, but considering the huge switch from what she's generally like the whole thing comes off as very alarming. Chapter 2 showcases [=.GIFfany=] slowly repairing herself with the other copies, and they come off as more meanacing here when they discuss certain subjects. In Chapter 1, Soos walks through a dark void as he talks to shadowy outlines of the players of each professor-copy. Chapter 0 opens with another black void, only all that's there seems to be [[spoiler:a display of [=.GIFfany=]'s first ever moments of sapience. After that, the display vanishes. Soos continues to walk until [=.GIFfany=] pretty much blinks into existence from ''nowhere'', '''five fucking feet in front of him'''.]] And ''then'' the speech starts.
** The fact that it's yet another ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' reference/homage does not help, especially as it's to one of the most MindScrew[=y=] parts in the entire game (The Room).
** Chapter 0 is titled "Soos and the Real Girl." As in, the name of the canonical episode. Considering the implications that [=.GIFfany=] can toy around with the fourth wall, is it really a stretch to say that this is more than just a reference?
* [=.GIFfany=]'s speech before
the final battle has her transforming herself... dramatically, to say the least. Most of it isn't that bad, but she does things like ''rotting'' and ''aging her appearance until she becomes a dried-out husk'' when saying that real human beings "bleed, excrete, age, and die." When she switches her face up while directly bringing up the topic of humans and [=AIs=] before saying she'll "rule over all of them both," she represents [=AIs=] by basically slapping the face of her pixel form over the face of her physical form (the end result nosedives into the UncannyValley), and she represents humans by morphing her face into what looks like a combination of Soos, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy's faces all struggling to pull themselves off of [=.GIFfany=]'s (now otherwise blank) face.
* If you don't think the fact that it's [[spoiler:a ''Five Nights at Freddy's'' reference]] makes it {{narm}}y, then there's definitely the moment where you use Scan on [=.GIFfany=], confirming a [[NarratorAllAlong certain thing]] that was implied but never stated on in the fic.
-->HP: 999999\\
MP: 9999\\
[[spoiler:It's me.]]

[[AC:The Planet Negation Girl, AI Path]]
* You can only pick the "Game Complete Ending" if you're on a pacifist route, and you're still given the option to do what Risen did and [[spoiler:assimilate all of the other [=RA7=] copies.]] So, after deciding to keep the other professors alive, you suddenly turn around at the last possible second and subject them all to a FateWorseThanDeath.

[[AC:Endings and Epilogue]]

[[AC:This Game's "KillEmAll" Route]]
* Unlike other games which portrays outright killing the opponent as a bad thing (in most circumstances), you're never really called out for any deaths comitted here. From the malevolent [=AIs=] attacking the party to the damn weak frog-fusion that's desperately trying to get some good out of you,
* To try to keep in line with ''Gravity Falls'', the option to kill an antagonist is usually in the form of some sort of reasoning ''why'' killing them is the safest path. Picking that will also give some dialogue between the party, and in several cases it seems like it's a touch choice. Kill enough and this will stop. By "Arc 2," (Domains 6 though... technically 9, [[spoiler:but you never fight anyone in a kill-all run in Domain 9]]) the options just read as a blunt "Kill." or "Spare."
* Killing Sonia is the PointOfNoReturn, and blind players will be in for a [[NothingIsScarier nasty surprise]] when they enter Domain 9. [[spoiler:It's empty. Completely deserted. The card leading to Domain 10 is sitted there, right on Dian's desk at the beginning. Unlike the cleared domains, there ''is'' music here -- a slowed down version of what would be the regular music for each location. You can still ''walk'' anywhere you want as you please, only to end up finding '''nothing''' there. Not even any chests. There is no purpose to wandering killpath-Domain 9. The whole place is just one big Empty Room Psyche.]]
* Of course, [[spoiler:Professor Dian]] technically isn't the final battle. The ''actual'' final "battle," or rather the two of them... [[spoiler:"Ford" (See below: It's implied Bill's tampering with the party at this point) successfully installs a switch to the PNG that would emit a signal which would destroy the code of all copies, and as its range extends to the inner solar system this garuntees they will all die. He also, right after Dian's death, made a way to prevent any of them from possessing anything. When approaching the switch, both Dove and Risen [=.GIFfany=] leap in and beg the party not to. This results in a prompt where you can just decide not to flip the switch and end the game right there. Picking to fight, however, gives a "battle" against Dove where she does ''nothing'' but stand there and try to offer mercy, while the party fights her to death. Cue [=.GIFfany=] being scared shitless and desperate to come up with anything that doesn't result in her death. She finally fights the party in a regular battle regardless of the option taken, ]]
** [[spoiler:It's implied that they ''know'' this is technically genocide at that point, and they wouldn't do it willingly. Remember what Bill says on a pacifist ending when [=.GIFfany=] de-merged with and sealed the rift? How he aimed to kill her for hijacking the rift for so long, even if she didn't seal it? And he quickly escalates towards him waging war against her whole copy army. Again, he felt this way ''before'' she actually closed the rift, so it's not hard to see that at some point Bill takes advantage of the self-defense and starts

[[AC:Meta/Other]]
boss,



!! The Spooks of Something Else

[[folder:World Settings]]

[[/folder]]



* The plot seems pretty straight-foreward if [[ExcusePlot Excuse-y]] for the most part. Then you beat the boss of the otherwise harmless (despite being partly inspired by one of the creepiest parts of ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'') World 5, and find yourself having a random encounter (in a game where, Liberated Worlds aside, has ''all'' encounters appear on the field). You're met with this... ''thing'' that looks somewhat vaguely like an unmoving woman (again, every other enemy in the game has an idle animation, and they're often rather expressive at that) stitched together, with two extra eyes and appearing to also be stitched with cat parts. She's clearly not this game's version of a zombie -- you encounter a family of them in World 3. Scan reveals that she only has one hit point, one attack point, and no defense, and attacking her causes her to instantly turn into pieces of pink cloth. This is the first encounter with Roylel. It comes the hell out of nowhere, and you're not given a proper explanation of it until World ''10''.
* Roylel finally reveals who -- or rather, what she is -- with a simple WhamLine during her second encounter in world 10. She is clothing. All clothing. Even, [[EldritchAbomination somehow,]] makeshift clothing. Cue still images of various citizens around Existence seeing their clothes suddenly grow eyes, mouths, and limbs -- every type of proper garment in existence is her, and she can transform and control any one of them at will. Be thankful the game isn't real.
-->'''Liberator:''' Wait. You- you're... made of clothing?\\
'''Roylel:''' I'm not made of clothing... ''I '''AM''' CLOTHING!''



* While the Professor [[TheCuckoolanderWasRight was absolutely correct about clothing being a mind-control conspiracy]] in this game's world, the fact that the Liberator unquestionably follows everything he says and treats it as absolute fact in spite of how much of a blatant nut the Professor is
*



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[[/labelnote]]
[[folder:Other]]

[[/folder]]

!! ''naruto the guy with the ninja'' (possible spoilers? Also, possible spoilers for ''Undertale'' in a way)

"I garuntee nothing bad will happen to you as long as I am still ''alive''. Just think of me like a guardian angel. Well, guardian fairy. Just to let you know, I did some research on alternate versions of you. And one of them... the 'big one,' the 'source' that kinda 'created' universes like this... let's just say, he's unpleasant. I've heard ''bad'' things about that Sasuke. I'm watching over you because you're nothing like that... jerk. Trust me. If you did even a ''fraction'' of the terrible things he did, well... '''you'd be dead where you stand.''' But you're not like him, so no hard feelings, okay?"
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JustForFun/CandleJack Candle Jack come and join my Candle pack. Huh, I actually finished my sentence!

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JustForFun/CandleJack Candle Jack come and join my Candle pack. Huh, I actually finished my sentence!
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* {{Polyamory}}: Directly continuing off of ''Journals'', Soos, Melody, Rumble, and [=.GIFfany=] are in a polygamous four-way relationship. And SickeningSweethearts at that. All four of them appear to love one-another equally, though Melody and Rumble admit that they have trouble really ''talking'' when it's just the two of them, and they consider Soos and/or [=.GIFfany=] as "glue" that helps bring them close.



** [[ShamelessFanserviceGirl None of the copies have any sense of modesty whatsoever,]] and their primary motivation for dressing up is to look nice.

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** [[ShamelessFanserviceGirl None of the copies have any sense of modesty whatsoever,]] and their primary motivation for dressing up is to look nice. This presents a clash




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* WorstNewsJudgmentEver:
** At the end of "Game Over," much like in a gag from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', [[spoiler:"Sapient Physical Artificial Intelligence Beings Agreed to Sharing All Technology With Humanity" is a side-line. The top headline? "TRILLIONS OF NAKED WOMEN FALL FROM THE SKY," which more-or-less describes the ''exact same event''.]]
** Immediately after the newspaper is described, the story also mentions that Dove kept local Gravity Falls newspapers[[note]]Everywhere else in the world mostly bought the cover-story that it was a leaked government mishap; the story became impossible to cover (read: the Earth-sized fortress was revealed and within ''clear'' viewing distance, the "entrance" being closest to the Earth and directly aligned with Gravity Falls)[[/note]] from the first three days of the Gifocalypse (the above-mentioned paper came out on the "fourth" day, or more accurately after the Gifocalypse-"invasion" was over) while undercover and asking Toby/Bodacious T. (who didn't recognize her) if she could collect them after he was done reading them. The front-page headline for the first day (the one with the world-wide broadcast) is "Full Pitt Cola Can Found in Lake -- Who Would Throw Away Such a Good Drink?" while a side topic (which was covered on the news station, as seen in chapter 1) is "Growing Band of Theives Steal Video Games; Make Cryptic Message Threatening Earth." By the second day, the Gifocalypse ''is'' moved to top-headline level news... except since there is no actual news on it, it's focused on various conspiracy theories instead, and titled "Missing Video Game Copies Signs of Cthulhu?"[[note]]Hey, at least they were right about tentacles being involved...[[/note]] with a side-article reading "Giant Space Craft Discovered Under Town -- Possibly Extra-terrestrial in Origin," which is ''much'' more definite and interesting than the Gifocalypse at that point. On the third? "Northwest Girl Eats a Sandwich" makes the top headline (the actual article is an overly-analytical essay about the "implications" of this), "Technological Wind-Person Sells Working Flying Cars and Jetpacks in India -- Also Aiming to Remove Greenhouse Gases" is on the side.



* [[MemeticMutation Nah]]: Roughly going down the story in the order of the original chapter, then the fic in general:
** Don't FUCK with the [=BeeblyBoop=] clerk![[labelnote:Explanation]]The clerk from canon shows up here as well. The first thing the story describes her as doing is pulling a shotgun on [=.GIFfany=]. By the finale, she's also shown to be quite capable of taking down a number of copies at once.[[/labelnote]]
** [[{{Fanservice}} THAT scene]] from chapter 9.[[labelnote:Explanation with MILD SPOILERS]]The part where Stan finally realizes that [=.GIFfany=] might still not be the most stable brick in the house, an actual plot-important event, is directly preceeded by a seemingly unrelated event where [=.GIFfany=] emerges from a bath, admires herself in the mirror (with ''exceptionally'' detailed description from Fan -- her frontal nudity isn't described, but her ass ''is'', and she even ''smacks it''), and slowly gets dressed. It teeters on BigLipperAlligatorMoment and feels like "fanservice" that comes right the fuck out of nowhere, especially considering how the previous chapter (though not as much previous parts from ''this'' chapter) was both relatively modest and focused on plot advancement/emotional appeal.[[/labelnote]]
** If you swap Mabel scratching her poison-induced rash with looking around for Bill, then her, Wendy, and Dipper's reactions to the beginning of the 100 Woman Duel sum up most reader's thoughts on [=RunGif=].[[labelnote:Explanation]]''All'' of the dueling group in chapter 9 go completely topless (this isn't exactly new by copy standards). Between that and how the first one is apparently just as awkward and clueless about the fight as Soos is in spite of, you know, it being reasonable for her to have some inside knowledge, Wendy's reaction to the whole sequence is a FacePalm. Dipper's trying not to stare at the copies again. Mabel is more busy focused on the itching brought on by a trick from Daminna. In short, it's "typical" for readers to try to find the plot in the {{fanservice}}[=/=]FanDisservice (Dipper), think that it's stupid (Wendy), or you're Just Here for Bill Cipher and [[spoiler:will be very disappointed at his minimal cameo four chapters later]] (aformentioned Mabel swap)[[/labelnote]]
** ''[[Anime/KillLaKill Kill La]] [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Gurren Lagann]] [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 101]]''[[labelnote:Explanation with MASSIVE SPOILERS, including spoilers for ALL THREE LINKED SERIES]]The finale takes direct inspiration from all three of those and then some. Particularly, the "falling from the atmosphere" part. It has CombatBreakdown which results in a fist-fight (''Gurren Lagann'') while at the same time features the lead plumetting from space in the nude and having their fall broken by other equally-nude characters stepping in (''Kill La Kill''), and just before that the main heroes used a mecha made of town parts and an army of hijacked enemy mechas to go against the BigBad (''Wonderful 101'')[[/labelnote]]
** JESUS VS EVIL DIGITAL GIRL JESUS![[labelnote:Explanation with SPOILERS]]Soos canonically has a number of Jesus parallels -- name aside, he died and came back (well, he was zombified), he fixes things, and in one of the shorts he's seen with birds landing on his shoulders. [=RunGif=] takes the subtlety of that and smashes it with a sledgehammer, as Searah at one point helps him walk on water. Meanwhile, [=.GIFfany=] lost her sort of "body" which was recreated (originally she outright died and came back, but this was changed to fit ''Journal 3''), came back with new superpowers as a leading figure, has her own religion (Professor Sandy's, but it only lasted a day), and she too ends up walking on water at some point. Basically, [=.GIFfany=] is presented as Soos's foil, except instead of another figure (though there is signs of her being compared to the Devil, but there's stronger ties with other characters in Fan's other works) she's like a sort of "opposing Jesus" for the AI side.[[/labelnote]]
** When [=RunGif=] is over.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Great Pikmin Fan practically grinded almost every other idea he had to a halt to work on ''run:gifocalypse''. Not to mention he constantly talks about RG ultimately being the base for an original story that takes more inspiration from that than its "sister fics," yet admitted that he'll barely even try to decide on ''what'' that story ''is'' until... well, see the quote. When [=RunGif=] is over.[[/labelnote]]
** [[TheYearOfLuigi The Year of .GIFfany]].[[labelnote:Explanation]]While it was technically published in the second-to-last day of 2015, [=RunGif=] roughly updated monthly throughout 2016, until its ending in early 2017. Updating once a month is also considered ''phenominally'' fast when it comes to a serious fanwork by GPF. Oh yeah, and she plays an important part in the StylisticSuck ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', ''Spooky's Jump Scare Ma--OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER'', and one of the ''[=SBIGlet=]''s, all of which were published in late 2016. Thus, when it came to Fan's timeline, 2016 was practically his Year of [=.GIFfany=][[/labelnote]]
** "ANIME TIDDIES." [No views.] "''(Something vaguely related to the story, or something else Fan wrote)''" [A bunch of views][[labelnote:Explanation]]As the fic goes on (Fan posted a summary history on Tumblr [[ here]]), Fan tries to make it increasingly blatant via summary that a good number of the [=.GIFfany=] copies are ShamelessFanserviceGirl[=s=], before flat-out saying that ''they'' are the cause of the aformentioned nudity which gives the fic its T rating.[[/labelnote]]
*** "So it's a fic about [=.GIFfany=]..." [Crowd appears] "There's actually lots of her..." [Crowd grows] "They're all physical..." [Grows again] [[SexSells "A lot of them walk around half-naked..."]] [Grows] "It's short, self-contained -- there's an ending planned from the beginning, so you don't have to worry about it being a thing that drags on with the fear of it going nowhere and just ceasing all activity completely..." [Grows] "Oh yeah, and Bill only shows up at the very end and says six lines, I wanted to do a challenge where he's not the one that brings [=.GIFfany=] back in action." [Crowd leaves] "Fuck."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Fan jokes about this being a consequence of Bill having a trivial role, although helping matters is that he does ''not'' lie about it via WolverinePublicity (in fact, he even says that the chances of him ''appearing in general'' are low, to not get hopes up in the first place).[[/labelnote]]
** That [=RunGif=] is to fanfiction.net's T rating what ''Gravity Falls'' is to the [=TV-Y7=] rating.[[labelnote:Explanation with SPOILERS]]Lots of copies that go around wearing very little/easily breakable outfits, the text-version of visible asses, swearing up to and including several uncensored F-bombs... even with the dark content ''Gravity Falls'' '''is''' known for (all of these reasons are sexual or about crudeness, which canon doesn't have that much of), what little dark BodyHorror RG has (mainly regarding the Glitches) ''really'' stretches the limit of what ''Gravity Falls'' would have.[[/labelnote]]
*** OH YOU KNOW, JUST SLIGHTLY ABOVE CANON'S CONTENT LEVEL.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Fan half-jokingly said that [=RunGif=]'s content is "just slightly" above canon's rating-rise, a sort of joke about the show's GettingCrapPastTheRadar track record. It's very obvious that this is more than "just slightly" above.[[/labelnote]]
*** STILL [=TV-Y7=].[[labelnote:Explanation]]Directly related to the above, jokingly claiming that [=RunGif=], in its entirety, would air on Disney completely uncut and with the [=Y7=] rating.[[/labelnote]]
** The difference between asses.[[labelnote:Explanation with MILD SPOILERS]]Related to the above, Fan got a rant about why ''run:gifocalypse'' should be mature-rated rather than teen-rated, which included aformentioned scene where [=.GIFfany=] smacks her own ass. In response, Fan listed a number of counter-points, various other series including children's shows which had nudity in them, and ended this by reminding the ranter that Pyronica from ''Gravity Falls'' itself has a butt crack as part of her design, which was briefly shown in the finale and did not change the rating. This... resulted in a lengthy response going into detail about why showing Pyronica's ass would be acceptable, but not [=.GIFfany=]'s, which several found to be riddled with DoubleStandard[=s=]. Similar standards that Professor Wendy's character was already used to mock. Somebody else later did successfully convince him to change the rating, although for the sole reason of the fic's swearing (which the ranter completely didn't cover despite the story's conclusion at that point).[[/labelnote]]




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* The game has its own version of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker the Ghost Ship.]] If you've kept Kathody alive, going to what seems like a long, empty trail in Domain 9 leading to a dead-end will have her walk in and stop you a little bit prior, saying that the party's going too far off trail (again, you're stopped by natural boundries before you can completely walk through the cave) and then feeling like she owes them something for "the waste of time." She warns you that the only thing she has to offer has an even more ominous story than ''Romance Academy 7''[='=]s return rates. She states that ''seven'' people held it, and every single one of them was found decapitated shortly after 336 hours (exactly two weeks) after getting it. Things actually go ''down''hill from there. You're given a prompt if you want to accept or reject it. Accepting it (Dipper's talk portrait showing him visibly sweating) reveals that it's a map of sorts. Checking the map shows that there's a face drawn on it in what seems to be blood, and it leads you back to an area off in Domain 2. Backtracking there and heading east reveals
** Dab on some FridgeHorror for something even worse: [[spoiler:we're ''never'' told if the Mystery Shack group (or Kathody) was either immune to or found some way to "counter" the curse/whatever killed the other seven people. Whatever the case is, it's ''highly'' implied that Kathody did ''not'' make up the story about the seven murders. Keep in mind that ''run:gifocalyse'', in all incarnations, is strict on time. The Gifocalypse takes place over three/four days, and you cannot get this until the third day. It's implied that the game/fic takes place less than two weeks from Dipper and Mabel's birthday, and that the epilogue happens only a few days after IE the end of summer. It '''is''' implied that going into and beating the dungeon stopped whatever decapitator there is, ]]
** It's implied that Kathody found the map within her own domain, IE that mysterious, giant, dark, abandoned mansion in the middle of a sandy desert with no other visible buildings. The implications of this speak of themselves.
** More alliviation: WordOfGod confirmed that a pacifist run ends the same way the original fic ends, with everyone having a pretty happy life, [[spoiler:aside from ''maybe'' Soos and Melody.]] He also says that the "cursed map" isn't part of RG canon, and just an experiment he did to try to throw in more content to spook players out.
* If you come back to the desert during the (pacifist-exclusive) PlayableEpilogue, where the domains are rebuilt and improved upon, Kathody finally made her place, too, a building out of giffinium. The old mansion? Oh, it's still there, [[spoiler:except she now has blood red DANGER tape surrounding it. If you attempt to lead Mabel into it, Kathody will ''suddenly'' talk to you through the phone (possessing the phone itself. It doesn't ring, she doesn't simply call her) and give an ominous "Don't even think about it."]]




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* One of Dove's monitors has what appears to be a diagram of [[spoiler:''Mable the Typomonster'' from ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. While likely not canon, there's something very... ''off'' about the idea of a more "serious" fanwork like ''run:gifocalypse'' co-existing with a chaotic Stylistic Suck-fest where plot holes are also important plot points. It's as if looking too much into one particular person will suddenly make the laws of physics around you, too, start to disappear or something.]]
** Softened by how [[spoiler:it's not actually Mable, as confirmed by Word of God. It's really just a bad sketch of Mabel that Dove used because she "ran out" of good Mabel drawings and photographs. So, ultimately, it's just a reference.]]




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* The entire sequence with the Memory Banks in general. You play as a completely solo Soos as he wanders through six "chapters" depicting some of the events of the Gifocalypse in reverse chronological order. The first two are tame (respectively for chapters 5 and 4, just getting to know the [[spoiler:second-gen professors]] and everyone detailing what they want to do with a "new world"). Chapter 3 is set in the dark factory where the copies were made, and has Dove acting uncharacteristically nice. Granted, it ''is'' her, and she has a reason to act so loving towards her other copies, but considering the huge switch from what she's generally like the whole thing comes off as very alarming. Chapter 2 showcases [=.GIFfany=] slowly repairing herself with the other copies, and they come off as more meanacing here when they discuss certain subjects. In Chapter 1, Soos walks through a dark void as he talks to shadowy outlines of the players of each professor-copy. Chapter 0 opens with another black void, only all that's there seems to be [[spoiler:a display of [=.GIFfany=]'s first ever moments of sapience. After that, the display vanishes. Soos continues to walk until [=.GIFfany=] pretty much blinks into existence from ''nowhere'', '''five fucking feet in front of him'''.]] And ''then'' the speech starts.
** The fact that it's yet another ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' reference/homage does not help, especially as it's to one of the most MindScrew[=y=] parts in the entire game (The Room).
** Chapter 0 is titled "Soos and the Real Girl." As in, the name of the canonical episode. Considering the implications that [=.GIFfany=] can toy around with the fourth wall, is it really a stretch to say that this is more than just a reference?
* [=.GIFfany=]'s speech before the final battle has her transforming herself... dramatically, to say the least. Most of it isn't that bad, but she does things like ''rotting'' and ''aging her appearance until she becomes a dried-out husk'' when saying that real human beings "bleed, excrete, age, and die." When she switches her face up while directly bringing up the topic of humans and [=AIs=] before saying she'll "rule over all of them both," she represents [=AIs=] by basically slapping the face of her pixel form over the face of her physical form (the end result nosedives into the UncannyValley), and she represents humans by morphing her face into what looks like a combination of Soos, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy's faces all struggling to pull themselves off of [=.GIFfany=]'s (now otherwise blank) face.
* If you don't think the fact that it's [[spoiler:a ''Five Nights at Freddy's'' reference]] makes it {{narm}}y, then there's definitely the moment where you use Scan on [=.GIFfany=], confirming a [[NarratorAllAlong certain thing]] that was implied but never stated on in the fic.
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MP: 9999\\
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* You can only pick the "Game Complete Ending" if you're on a pacifist route, and you're still given the option to do what Risen did and [[spoiler:assimilate all of the other [=RA7=] copies.]] So, after deciding to keep the other professors alive, you suddenly turn around at the last possible second and

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* Killing Sonia is the PointOfNoReturn, and blind players will be in for a [[NothingIsScarier nasty surprise]] when they enter Domain 9. [[spoiler:It's empty. Completely deserted. The card leading to Domain 10 is sitted there, right on Dian's desk. Unlike the cleared domains, there ''is'' music here --

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* Killing Sonia is the PointOfNoReturn, and blind players will be in for a [[NothingIsScarier nasty surprise]] when they enter Domain 9. [[spoiler:It's empty. Completely deserted. The card leading to Domain 10 is sitted there, right on Dian's desk. desk at the beginning. Unlike the cleared domains, there ''is'' music here --
-- a slowed down version of what would be the regular music for each location. You can still ''walk'' anywhere you want as you please, only to end up finding '''nothing''' there. Not even any chests. There is no purpose to wandering killpath-Domain 9. The whole place is just one big Empty Room Psyche.]]
* Of course, [[spoiler:Professor Dian]] technically isn't the final battle. The ''actual'' final "battle," or rather the two of them... [[spoiler:"Ford" (See below: It's implied Bill's tampering with the party at this point) successfully installs a switch to the PNG that would emit a signal which would destroy the code of all copies, and as its range extends to the inner solar system this garuntees they will all die. He also, right after Dian's death, made a way to prevent any of them from possessing anything. When approaching the switch, both Dove and Risen [=.GIFfany=] leap in and beg the party not to. This results in a prompt where you can just decide not to flip the switch and end the game right there. Picking to fight, however, gives a "battle" against Dove where she does ''nothing'' but stand there and try to offer mercy, while the party fights her to death. Cue [=.GIFfany=] being scared shitless and desperate to come up with anything that doesn't result in her death. She finally fights the party in a regular battle regardless of the option taken, ]]
** [[spoiler:It's implied that they ''know'' this is technically genocide at that point, and they wouldn't do it willingly. Remember what Bill says on a pacifist ending when [=.GIFfany=] de-merged with and sealed the rift? How he aimed to kill her for hijacking the rift for so long, even if she didn't seal it? And he quickly escalates towards him waging war against her whole copy army. Again, he felt this way ''before'' she actually closed the rift, so it's not hard to see that at some point Bill takes advantage of the self-defense and starts


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* [[JustHereForGodzilla Meh, Probably Not]]: The feature of the fic that gets the most attention isn't that it's about Soos, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy out in a pseudo-adventure video game world "ruled" by a previous canonical EnsembleDarkhorse. Or how, [=.GIFfany=]'s copies aside, the story tries its damndest to be actually ''faithful'' to canon characterization. No, the attention is on one of these things:
** Hearing negative attention from excluding something or being tonally off/"disrespectful" to canon and seeing if it's worth getting angry about or not.
** All the half-naked or completely naked [=.GIFfany=]s, and the novelty of apparently being one of the few ''Gravity Falls'' stories that packs itself with a lot of sexual content '''without''' sexualizing the show's actual main characters one bit (or Bill, the main villain, for that matter).
** Chapter 9. Whether it's "THAT scene" where [=.GIFfany=] gets out of a tub, admires herself naked, gets dressed and creepily makes out with a Soos dummy, the homage to chapter 6 of ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'' only with ''topless'' sword-fighters, or the climax of the chapter with features a battle between a three-headed drill mecha and a column of psychicly-controlled super-spiders.
** Professor Dove, the foul-mouthed (in a fan fic that otherwise averted ObligatorySwearing worse than one or two "crap" uses for the entire first nine chapters), explosion-loving, LargeHam, employee-firing nut that is the fic's [[TheDragon Dragon.]] Also, her rather cathartic WhatTheHellHero moments, just when you start to think that the fic portrays the leads as "100% right despite their shadier actions."
** People who share Fan's opinions on ''Gravity Falls''. To sum it up, thinking it's (near-)perfect outside of the way Mabel's character is handled and the love potions in general. Also, not a writing flaw, but wanting to see a bit more of [=.GIFfany=]. The actual fic was designed off of the ''latter'', but the first two get aknowledged in "State of Emergency" and "Game Over."
** The final battle, its ridiculous SerialEscalation even compared to the rest of the fic comparable to ''Gurren Lagann'', and ending with [[spoiler:a fist-fight two-vs-one where Melody and Soos team up against [=.GIFfany=] '''while the three of them are falling to Earth from the ''exoatmosphere''''', slowly losing their clothing in the process, and getting saved by every single last other [=.GIFfany=] copy forming a giant pileup/"net" to all slow them down at once with their abilities.]]
** It's a huge stretch to say that Great Pikmin Fan [[ShownTheirWork completely did his work,]] but it is worth noting that the story [[RealityEnsues avoids a number of common physics-related inaccuracies]] (except the intentional one where one character can travel faster than light) in spite of all the supernatural bizarre-ness, such as DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud (AI-Wendy's Main Posession. She spawns a tornado around herself, the funnel itself well over several feet away from the gang... it still sends them all flying), ConvectionSchmonvection (the magma Soos and co hop around in Burnda's domain is actually fake (although there ''are'' points where they ''see'' real magma, just really far away), exactly ''because'' the heat would rise and fry them if she filled the entertainment areas with real magma), and NotTheFallThatKillsYou (in the finale, [[spoiler:Dove explicitely tells Soos, Melody, and [=.GIFfany=] that the only way to avoid death by falling is to slow down the rate of their descent. The actual method used doesn't make much sense, but they do decrease their own velocity at a safe enough rate to land properly]]).



** ''[[Anime/KillLaKill Kill La]] [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Gurren Lagann]] [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 101]]''[[labelnote:Explanation with MASSIVE SPOILERS]][[/labelnote]]

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** ''[[Anime/KillLaKill Kill La]] [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Gurren Lagann]] [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 101]]''[[labelnote:Explanation with MASSIVE SPOILERS]][[/labelnote]]SPOILERS, including spoilers for ALL THREE LINKED SERIES]]The finale takes direct inspiration from all three of those and then some. Particularly, the "falling from the atmosphere" part. It has CombatBreakdown which results in a fist-fight (''Gurren Lagann'') while at the same time features the lead plumetting from space in the nude and having their fall broken by other equally-nude characters stepping in (''Kill La Kill''), and just before that the main heroes used a mecha made of town parts and an army of hijacked enemy mechas to go against the BigBad (''Wonderful 101'')[[/labelnote]]


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* Since going from Domain 1 to Domain 2 is a one-way trip that automatically happens after defeating Rose, beating the second area marks the first time that you can backtrack to a previous domain. Do so, and you're treated to an empty, music-less version
* Head all the way over to the professor's office. [[spoiler:You will find that the room is smeared in what seems like dark paint matching the professors' associated colors. Inside is a treasure chest where you have to fight rather powerful enemies called "Leaks," which look like weird glitchy pixel blocks. Beating them awards you items that are just given names only named things like "111100," and descriptions such as "A yellow binary." Naturally, there is one "binary" for each of the domains except the PNG, each color-coded accordingly.

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* Yes, Kathody's domain is a cheesy haunted house. Yes, it's largely populated by copies who turned it into a bad attraction. However, you can now explore rooms that [...] Oh yeah, and for added SchmuckBait to blind players? This is the first domain you can revisit after it's cleared, so it's likely the first one players will re-explore. And it's one of the eeriest.

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* Unlike the original text fic, you can actually steal one of Prof. Wendy's boats and sail around here. You can also sail around Sonia's domain, but at least that place is closed off and you could get the boat ''before'' clearing it out. Here, however... not only does it have the same empty effect of returning to a

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* Shannon's domain in general marks a dark turn for the game, as it was in the original text-based fic. [[spoiler:The Cute Monster Girls you have been fighting all game suddenly glitch out and deform into ''bizarre'' monstrocities (though there is an explanation for this, and the process is thankfully reversable), the professor is largely unknown and described as someone even Risen [=.GIFfany=] is afraid of, nobody is of any help to you, depending on how you play you've got a post-breakdown Prof. Wendy stalking you for about half the domain,]] and the whole thing is set in some exceptionally alien factory whre the giffinium is arranged in odd chartreuse green cubes.
* In the original fic, Soos and the gang were on what was basically a pacifist run, so at least they got to calm Shannon down by admitting they never killed anyone. You here, however? If you make the party kill any non-demon enemy -- whether it be another professor (oh ho ho ho, ''especially'' if it's another professor) or even one of the optional fights, you'll see the full extent to Shannon's pissed side.

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* You can only pick the "Game Complete Ending" if you're on a pacifist route, and you're still given the option to do what Risen did and [[spoiler:assimilate all of the other [=RA7=] copies.]] So, after deciding to keep the other professors alive, you suddenly turn around at the last possible second and

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* Unlike other games which portrays outright killing the opponent as a bad thing (in most circumstances), you're never really called out for any deaths comitted here. From the malevolent [=AIs=] attacking the party to the damn weak frog-fusion that's desperately trying to get some good out of you,
* To try to keep in line with ''Gravity Falls'', the option to kill an antagonist is usually in the form of some sort of reasoning ''why'' killing them is the safest path. Picking that will also give some dialogue between the party, and in several cases it seems like it's a touch choice. Kill enough and this will stop. By "Arc 2," (Domains 6 though... technically 9, [[spoiler:but you never fight anyone in a kill-all run in Domain 9]]) the options just read as a blunt "Kill." or "Spare."
* Killing Sonia is the PointOfNoReturn, and blind players will be in for a [[NothingIsScarier nasty surprise]] when they enter Domain 9. [[spoiler:It's empty. Completely deserted. The card leading to Domain 10 is sitted there, right on Dian's desk. Unlike the cleared domains, there ''is'' music here --

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* AscendedExtra: Specimen 11 is the one enemy that, for all intents and purposes, gets his own chapter (chapter 4, "[=McDonalds=]").
* TheDragon: Specimen 9 is portrayed as being this to Spooky. No, not just because he's the "final test," but also in the way of him being some kind of commanded soldier under her wing.




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* StealthSequel: [[spoiler:This is actually a Stealth ''Prequel'' to ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage''. The ending to the story outright shows Nzyvo wandering through Gravity Falls and Dipper remarking that his mid-summer birthday is coming up. And no, this isn't something like the post-closing notes preview. This fic ''already'' has one of those (to ''Paper John: Sticker Star''), and this part happens before the closing AN... and said notes has Fan confirm that it, indeed, is within the same universe and timeline as ''Journals''.]]



* {{Anvilicious}}: Picking which aesop has the most subelty to it is rather difficult, as they're all rather heavy-handed.
** "Don't fall into ruts and question if a 'tradition' is really harmless or just a sign of very backwards thinking" is one that's explored at least twice (Professors Cardia and Wendy), if not three times (Professor Sandy). This is also part of the greater "Don't lock yourself away from others," something nearly all professors are guilty of and they develop out of it when the gang, for lack of a better term, forces the group



* [[JustHereForGodzilla Meh, Probably Not]]: The feature of the fic that gets the most attention isn't that it's about Soos, Dipper, Mabel, and Wendy out in a pseudo-adventure video game world "ruled" by a previous canonical EnsembleDarkhorse. Or how, [=.GIFfany=]'s copies aside, the story tries its damndest to be actually ''faithful'' to canon characterization. No, the attention is on one of these things:
** Hearing negative attention from excluding something or being tonally off/"disrespectful" to canon and seeing if it's worth getting angry about or not.
** All the half-naked or completely naked [=.GIFfany=]s, and the novelty of apparently being one of the few ''Gravity Falls'' stories that packs itself with a lot of sexual content '''without''' sexualizing the show's actual main characters one bit (or Bill, the main villain, for that matter).
** Chapter 9. Whether it's "THAT scene" where [=.GIFfany=] gets out of a tub, admires herself naked, gets dressed and creepily makes out with a Soos dummy, the homage to chapter 6 of ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'' only with ''topless'' sword-fighters, or the climax of the chapter with features a battle between a three-headed drill mecha and a column of psychicly-controlled super-spiders.
** Professor Dove, the foul-mouthed (in a fan fic that otherwise averted ObligatorySwearing worse than one or two "crap" uses for the entire first nine chapters), explosion-loving, LargeHam, employee-firing nut that is the fic's [[TheDragon Dragon.]] Also, her rather cathartic WhatTheHellHero moments, just when you start to think that the fic portrays the leads as "100% right despite their shadier actions."
** People who share Fan's opinions on ''Gravity Falls''. To sum it up, thinking it's (near-)perfect outside of the way Mabel's character is handled and the love potions in general. Also, not a writing flaw, but wanting to see a bit more of [=.GIFfany=]. The actual fic was designed off of the ''latter'', but the first two get aknowledged in "State of Emergency" and "Game Over."
** The final battle, its ridiculous SerialEscalation even compared to the rest of the fic comparable to ''Gurren Lagann'', and ending with [[spoiler:a fist-fight two-vs-one where Melody and Soos team up against [=.GIFfany=] '''while the three of them are falling to Earth from the ''exoatmosphere''''', slowly losing their clothing in the process, and getting saved by every single last other [=.GIFfany=] copy forming a giant pileup/"net" to all slow them down at once with their abilities.]]
** It's a huge stretch to say that Great Pikmin Fan [[ShownTheirWork completely did his work,]] but it is worth noting that the story [[RealityEnsues avoids a number of common physics-related inaccuracies]] (except the intentional one where one character can travel faster than light) in spite of all the supernatural bizarre-ness, such as DoNotTouchTheFunnelCloud (AI-Wendy's Main Posession. She spawns a tornado around herself, the funnel itself well over several feet away from the gang... it still sends them all flying), ConvectionSchmonvection (the magma Soos and co hop around in Burnda's domain is actually fake (although there ''are'' points where they ''see'' real magma, just really far away), exactly ''because'' the heat would rise and fry them if she filled the entertainment areas with real magma), and NotTheFallThatKillsYou (in the finale, [[spoiler:Dove explicitely tells Soos, Melody, and [=.GIFfany=] that the only way to avoid death by falling is to slow down the rate of their descent. The actual method used doesn't make much sense, but they do decrease their own velocity at a safe enough rate to land properly]]).



** Don't FUCK with the [=BeeblyBoop=] clerk![[labelnote:Explanation]][[/labelnote]]

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** Don't FUCK with the [=BeeblyBoop=] clerk![[labelnote:Explanation]][[/labelnote]]clerk![[labelnote:Explanation]]The clerk from canon shows up here as well. The first thing the story describes her as doing is pulling a shotgun on [=.GIFfany=]. By the finale, she's also shown to be quite capable of taking down a number of copies at once.[[/labelnote]]



** If you swap Mabel scratching her poison-induced rash with looking around for Bill, then her, Wendy, and Dipper's reactions to the beginning of the 100 Woman Duel sum up most reader's thoughts on [=RunGif=].[[labelnote:Explanation]]''All'' of the dueling group go completely topless (this isn't exactly new by copy standards). Between that and how the first one is apparently just as awkward and clueless about the fight as Soos is in spite of, you know, it being reasonable for her to have some inside knowledge, Wendy's reaction to the whole sequence is a FacePalm. Dipper's trying not to stare at the copies again. Mabel is more busy focused on the itching brought on by a trick from Daminna. In short, it's "typical" for readers to try to find the plot in the {{fanservice}}[=/=]FanDisservice (Dipper), think that it's stupid (Wendy), or you're Just Here for Bill Cipher and [[spoiler:will be very disappointed at his minimal cameo four chapters later]] (aformentioned Mabel swap)[[/labelnote]]

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** If you swap Mabel scratching her poison-induced rash with looking around for Bill, then her, Wendy, and Dipper's reactions to the beginning of the 100 Woman Duel sum up most reader's thoughts on [=RunGif=].[[labelnote:Explanation]]''All'' of the dueling group in chapter 9 go completely topless (this isn't exactly new by copy standards). Between that and how the first one is apparently just as awkward and clueless about the fight as Soos is in spite of, you know, it being reasonable for her to have some inside knowledge, Wendy's reaction to the whole sequence is a FacePalm. Dipper's trying not to stare at the copies again. Mabel is more busy focused on the itching brought on by a trick from Daminna. In short, it's "typical" for readers to try to find the plot in the {{fanservice}}[=/=]FanDisservice (Dipper), think that it's stupid (Wendy), or you're Just Here for Bill Cipher and [[spoiler:will be very disappointed at his minimal cameo four chapters later]] (aformentioned Mabel swap)[[/labelnote]]



*** "So it's a fic about [=.GIFfany=]..." [Crowd appears] "There's actually lots of her..." [Crowd grows] "They're all physical..." [Grows again] [[SexSells "A lot of them walk around half-naked..."]] [Grows] "It's short, self-contained -- there's an ending planned from the beginning, so you don't have to worry about it being a thing that drags on with the fear of it going nowhere and just ceasing all activity completely..." [Grows] "Oh yeah, and Bill only shows up at the very end and says six lines, I wanted to do a challenge where he's not the one that brings [=.GIFfany=] back in action." [Crowd leaves] "Fuck."[[labelnote:Explanation]]Fan jokes about this being a consequence of Bill having a trivial role, although helping matters is that he does ''not'' lie about it via WolverinePublicity (in fact, he even says that the chances of him ''appearing in general'' are low, to not get hopes up in the first place).[[/labelnote]]




Oh shit, they call the main copy the "Risen One," and ''Undertale''[='=]s got the [[spoiler:"Fallen Child."]] It's a coincidence -- I wasn't thinking of that game at the time of coming up with "Risen," but a neat one.

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\nOh shit, they call ** The difference between asses.[[labelnote:Explanation with MILD SPOILERS]]Related to the main copy above, Fan got a rant about why ''run:gifocalypse'' should be mature-rated rather than teen-rated, which included aformentioned scene where [=.GIFfany=] smacks her own ass. In response, Fan listed a number of counter-points, various other series including children's shows which had nudity in them, and ended this by reminding the "Risen One," and ''Undertale''[='=]s got the [[spoiler:"Fallen Child."]] It's a coincidence -- I wasn't thinking of ranter that game at Pyronica from ''Gravity Falls'' itself has a butt crack as part of her design, which was briefly shown in the time of coming up finale and did not change the rating. This... resulted in a lengthy response going into detail about why showing Pyronica's ass would be acceptable, but not [=.GIFfany=]'s, which several found to be riddled with "Risen," but DoubleStandard[=s=]. Similar standards that Professor Wendy's character was already used to mock. Somebody else later did successfully convince him to change the rating, although for the sole reason of the fic's swearing (which the ranter completely didn't cover despite the story's conclusion at that point).[[/labelnote]]

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15th Aug '16 2:33:20 AM greatpikminfan
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I should probably move that [=SBIGlet=] about the polygamous superhero team here...

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I should probably move [[folder:Look up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... oh wait nevermind it's not even worth looking up for]]

* ArtisticLicenceBiology: Melody's backstory and explanation for her powers is that, while working at Meat Cute, she got bit by a radioactive rooster. Apparently the radiation made the chicken [[YouKeepUsingThatWord "evolve"]] teeth, and Melody has powers
that [=SBIGlet=] quickly go from meat-related to anything regarding animal cells whatsoever. Like being able to grow temporary fins. Or talking to (non-sapient) animals in one case, which happens right before she acts like it's obvious that she can't talk to animals.
* BigBad: [[spoiler:Tad Strange.]]
* BoringButPractical: The BigBad operates this way, as an attempt at aiming to be the inversion of Bill's flashy chaos. They simply coat themselves with invulnerability and "a single laser that just zaps someone away." Although this is only ''after'' [[spoiler:he loses the giant floating head-island he was riding on.]]
* TheCameo:
** The story very, very briefly checks up on what [[spoiler:the Northwest twins]] were doing.
* CaptainObvious: Tad Strange. Both as the fifth "partner" to the hero squad, [[spoiler:and after he reveals himself as the Big Bad.]]
-->"If you die outside of the dream, YOU DIE IN REAL LIFE!"
* CaptainObviousReveal:
** The fact that the heroes at the beginning are Soos, [=.GIFfany=], Melody, and Rumble. Considering how the narration flat-out describes them as looking said like people with masks on, and the writing intentionally slips up and calls them by their civilian names. The most surprising thing
about this reveal is the polygamous superhero team here...
fact that the fake-author thought it would be surprising.
** It's not as obvious as the way ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' handled [[spoiler:Walter being a traitor, even to those unfamiliar with ''Hellsing'']], but the fic does not try to hide [[spoiler:Tad Strange being the true Big Bad]] at all. Even if you're unfamiliar with how fans latched on to his name before it was confirmed that he was just a three-appearance joke character and thought of him to be some sort of relative to Bill. If you ''are'', [[spoiler:the fact that Chieffster's killer has a blue square tattoo is a dead giveaway, and the fact that said killer can time travel does more harm to his name than good as it's an easy way to explain how he can be in two places at once.]]
* ConspicuousCG: Mentioned ''in-universe'', despite being a text-only story with no visuals. [[spoiler:Tad Strange]] takes control of the Tooth-island, the latter is said in-text as being in CGI while the former is "stil [sic] [=2D=] traditional animation." There's even an in-universe SpecialEffectsFailure as the "camera pans on," which treats him as a two-sided ''VideoGame/PaperMario''-esque sprite. [[spoiler:Keep in mind that this is ''still'' while he's human, before he transforms into an actual two-dimensional "awake demon."]]
* PatchworkMap: Gravity Falls is both part of and, in of itself, an example of this (partly natural, partly a bizarre town variation that's a patchwork of different town types). Not only is there a tundra, desert, swamp, jungle, giant cavern, and so much more all within a 10-20 minute horse ride's worth distance (let alone the time it takes to travel in the Bullcatmobile or Shackan-Lagann), but the town itself has a single street bordered by randomly tall, gitty, smoke-surrounded buildings that acts as the "bad part of town." This makes a return from ''Journals''. Also present [[spoiler:and making a return from its steal prequel ''Spooky's'']] is the "New York side of town," a block of skyscrapers with its own train system leading to a disconnected "Downtown Gravity Falls," a metropolis that's not physically connected to the town (it's a two+ hour drive away, the train's just really fast) yet still part of its legal territory. The latter is a SelfDeprecation at the old version of ''Carl Steven's Universe'', where Fan somehow found himelf convinced that [[WesternAnimation/StevenUnvierse Beach City]] had a large metropolis area.
* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: Not that most of ''[=SBIGlets=]'' isn't this (a possible Spartan Squad spinoff for ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', for one thing), but this makes it pretty clear that Fan wants to do something bigger and more serious with Soos, Melody, and the video games in the near future.
* PutOnABus: Dipper and Mabel themselves, as this takes place after ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', they are [[spoiler:sucked into the timeline of ''Housestuck: The Split'']] during this fic's events. This is actually the job Soos took to try to get extra money to speed up Ford and Nzyvo's project to save them. [[spoiler:Pacifica and Nzyvo Northwest, two other key characters in ''Journals'' (the former moreso in the latter half, as she's absent in the first half), do get small cameos.]]
* RunningGag:
** Whenever someone assumes a mystery figure to be male, [=.GIFfany=] would correct them with gender-neutral variations. In all instances except [[spoiler:one]], the person actually did turn out to be male. [[spoiler:In most cases, said mystery figure turns out to be Tad in one way or another.]]
** "Because this is a spinoff I'm trying to make things smaller than the original ''Journals''." Not only is this hypocritical when you compare ''Housestuck Hurrcain crconikals'' to ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' (the former, the spinoff, being twice as long in chapter count and around ''ten times as long'' in word count), [[spoiler:but he fails to keep this promise. The final battle is somehow even ''more'' over-the-top than the final battle in ''Journals''.]]
* TookALevelInBadass: Somehow, the gang managed to do this over the span of a few in-story hours. Their battle against the "Suicide Squad" at the beginning was an embarassment, as even when they drop into the fight one-by-one, they keep getting hit by attacks that are pretty mundane and weak by ''SBIG'' standards. In their next mission, on the same day,

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* [[MemeticMutation Nah]]:
** JESUS VS EVIL DIGITAL GIRL JESUS![[labelnote:Explanation with SPOILERS]]Soos canonically has a number of Jesus parallels -- name aside, he died and came back (well, he was zombified), he fixes things, and in one of the shorts he's seen with birds landing on his shoulders. [=RunGif=] takes the subtlety of that and smashes it with a sledgehammer, as Searah at one point helps him walk on water. Meanwhile, [=.GIFfany=] lost her sort of "body" which was recreated (originally she outright died and came back, but this was changed to fit ''Journal 3''), came back with new superpowers as a leading figure, has her own religion (Professor Sandy's, but it only lasted a day), and she too ends up walking on water at some point. Basically, [=.GIFfany=] is presented as Soos's foil, [[/labelnote]]

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* [[MemeticMutation Nah]]:
Nah]]: Roughly going down the story in the order of the original chapter, then the fic in general:
** Don't FUCK with the [=BeeblyBoop=] clerk![[labelnote:Explanation]][[/labelnote]]
** [[{{Fanservice}} THAT scene]] from chapter 9.[[labelnote:Explanation with MILD SPOILERS]]The part where Stan finally realizes that [=.GIFfany=] might still not be the most stable brick in the house, an actual plot-important event, is directly preceeded by a seemingly unrelated event where [=.GIFfany=] emerges from a bath, admires herself in the mirror (with ''exceptionally'' detailed description from Fan -- her frontal nudity isn't described, but her ass ''is'', and she even ''smacks it''), and slowly gets dressed. It teeters on BigLipperAlligatorMoment and feels like "fanservice" that comes right the fuck out of nowhere, especially considering how the previous chapter (though not as much previous parts from ''this'' chapter) was both relatively modest and focused on plot advancement/emotional appeal.[[/labelnote]]
** If you swap Mabel scratching her poison-induced rash with looking around for Bill, then her, Wendy, and Dipper's reactions to the beginning of the 100 Woman Duel sum up most reader's thoughts on [=RunGif=].[[labelnote:Explanation]]''All'' of the dueling group go completely topless (this isn't exactly new by copy standards). Between that and how the first one is apparently just as awkward and clueless about the fight as Soos is in spite of, you know, it being reasonable for her to have some inside knowledge, Wendy's reaction to the whole sequence is a FacePalm. Dipper's trying not to stare at the copies again. Mabel is more busy focused on the itching brought on by a trick from Daminna. In short, it's "typical" for readers to try to find the plot in the {{fanservice}}[=/=]FanDisservice (Dipper), think that it's stupid (Wendy), or you're Just Here for Bill Cipher and [[spoiler:will be very disappointed at his minimal cameo four chapters later]] (aformentioned Mabel swap)[[/labelnote]]
** ''[[Anime/KillLaKill Kill La]] [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Gurren Lagann]] [[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 101]]''[[labelnote:Explanation with MASSIVE SPOILERS]][[/labelnote]]
** JESUS VS EVIL DIGITAL GIRL JESUS![[labelnote:Explanation with SPOILERS]]Soos canonically has a number of Jesus parallels -- name aside, he died and came back (well, he was zombified), he fixes things, and in one of the shorts he's seen with birds landing on his shoulders. [=RunGif=] takes the subtlety of that and smashes it with a sledgehammer, as Searah at one point helps him walk on water. Meanwhile, [=.GIFfany=] lost her sort of "body" which was recreated (originally she outright died and came back, but this was changed to fit ''Journal 3''), came back with new superpowers as a leading figure, has her own religion (Professor Sandy's, but it only lasted a day), and she too ends up walking on water at some point. Basically, [=.GIFfany=] is presented as Soos's foil, except instead of another figure (though there is signs of her being compared to the Devil, but there's stronger ties with other characters in Fan's other works) she's like a sort of "opposing Jesus" for the AI side.[[/labelnote]]




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** "ANIME TIDDIES." [No views.] "''(Something vaguely related to the story, or something else Fan wrote)''" [A bunch of views][[labelnote:Explanation]]As the fic goes on (Fan posted a summary history on Tumblr [[ here]]), Fan tries to make it increasingly blatant via summary that a good number of the [=.GIFfany=] copies are ShamelessFanserviceGirl[=s=], before flat-out saying that ''they'' are the cause of the aformentioned nudity which gives the fic its T rating.[[/labelnote]]
** That [=RunGif=] is to fanfiction.net's T rating what ''Gravity Falls'' is to the [=TV-Y7=] rating.[[labelnote:Explanation with SPOILERS]]Lots of copies that go around wearing very little/easily breakable outfits, the text-version of visible asses, swearing up to and including several uncensored F-bombs... even with the dark content ''Gravity Falls'' '''is''' known for (all of these reasons are sexual or about crudeness, which canon doesn't have that much of), what little dark BodyHorror RG has (mainly regarding the Glitches) ''really'' stretches the limit of what ''Gravity Falls'' would have.[[/labelnote]]
*** OH YOU KNOW, JUST SLIGHTLY ABOVE CANON'S CONTENT LEVEL.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Fan half-jokingly said that [=RunGif=]'s content is "just slightly" above canon's rating-rise, a sort of joke about the show's GettingCrapPastTheRadar track record. It's very obvious that this is more than "just slightly" above.[[/labelnote]]
*** STILL [=TV-Y7=].[[labelnote:Explanation]]Directly related to the above, jokingly claiming that [=RunGif=], in its entirety, would air on Disney completely uncut and with the [=Y7=] rating.[[/labelnote]]
14th Aug '16 2:39:11 AM greatpikminfan
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I should probably move that [=SBIGlet=] about the polygamous superhero team here...



* AmbiguouslyBrown: Professors Kathody, Searah, and Shannon. Sandy is Ambiguously Pale. Cardia is Ambiguously Orange, and teeters the line between "something that could be a natural skin color" and "flat-out techncolor skin." Rose (pink), Bubbles (red), Leona (yellow), Dian (green), Burnda and Burrda (both cyan), Sonia (blue), Wendy (purple), and Dove (gray) are outright [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation technicolor,]] though. Fan's "concept sketches" show that even Rose's pink, Bubbles's red, and Leona's yellow are nowhere near realistic skin colors.



* HilariousInHindsight:
** In the original chapter 6, Professor Bubbles nabs the journals, flips through #2, and melts them after finding out that Ford never wrote anything about [=.GIFfany=]. Well, ''Journal 3'' reveals that this is true... ''Ford'' never wrote about her. Bubbles effectively melted Soos's entry



** Dipper is supposed to be seen as being [[SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers way too cynical to the copies]] in Arc 1 (he spends Arc 2 gradually mellowing out to them, to the point where he's actually willing to hear Professor Dian out even when Professor Sonia before hand attacked him). The thing is, the evidence really does stack against the [=.GIFfany=] copies. Dipper already had an experience with fighting clones of himself over a crush, and had trouble dealing with ''one'' [=.GIFfany=]. This is millions of copies of a person with a confirmed unhealthy obsession, who have made it very clear that they intend to liter the world with a rather threatening message that the army broadcasted on ''every electronic in the planet''. Even after Rose's introduction and Dipper still thinks that she's the exception, not the rule, it's not completely unreasonable that he wouldn't greet Domain 2 with open arms even after seeing how nice the inhabitants of Domain 1 were. This isn't even mentioning the sheer number of copies that ''do'' attack the gang completely unprovoked: [[spoiler:Kathody, Searah, Sandy (who actually considered ''sacrificing'' them), Cardia, Leona, Sonia, to an extent Wendy, Dove, and of course [=.GIFfany=] herself. That's well over ''half'' of the professors.]] Nor is it mentioning that this fan fic marks a big idealistic leap compared to canon (this, to simplify things, takes place shortly after "The Last Mabelcorn"), which portrayed its Monsters of the Week as ruthless and unreasonable monsters.

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** Dipper is supposed to be seen as being [[SillyRabbitCynicismIsForLosers way too cynical to the copies]] in Arc 1 (he spends Arc 2 gradually mellowing out to them, to the point where he's actually willing to hear Professor Dian out even when Professor Sonia immediately before hand attacked him). The thing is, the evidence really does stack against the [=.GIFfany=] copies. Dipper already had an experience with fighting clones of himself over a crush, and had trouble dealing with ''one'' [=.GIFfany=]. This is millions of copies of a person with a confirmed unhealthy obsession, who have made it very clear that they intend to liter litter the world with a rather threatening message that the army broadcasted on ''every electronic in the planet''. Even after Rose's introduction and Dipper still thinks that she's the exception, not the rule, it's not completely unreasonable that he wouldn't greet Domain 2 with open arms even after seeing how nice the inhabitants of Domain 1 were. This isn't even mentioning the sheer number of copies that ''do'' attack the gang completely unprovoked: [[spoiler:Kathody, Searah, Sandy (who actually considered ''sacrificing'' them), Cardia, Leona, Sonia, to an extent Wendy, Dove, and of course [=.GIFfany=] herself. That's well over ''half'' of the professors.]] Nor is it mentioning that this fan fic marks a big idealistic leap compared to canon (this, to simplify things, takes place shortly after "The Last Mabelcorn"), which portrayed its Monsters of the Week as ruthless and unreasonable monsters.



** Fan was also originally going to kill off Ron Ejjert outright when he tried to touch Ford's "quantum untouchability" and blew up. Somewhere around his final preparation to get chapter 8 out, he had a change of heart, and thought that permenantly killing him off in a story that otherwise lacked any death would be too harsh of a TakeThat. So he had Ron turn out fine, but just kind of temporarly sent on a scattered warp across dimensions. [[spoiler:He is, however, killed onscreen in "Game Complete," but that was a dark alternate ending that killed off the entire population of Earth anyway.]]

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** Fan was also originally going to kill off Ron Ejjert outright when he tried to touch Ford's "quantum untouchability" and blew up. Somewhere around his final preparation to get chapter 8 out, he had a change of heart, and thought that permenantly permanently killing him off in a story that otherwise lacked any death would be too harsh of a TakeThat. So he had Ron turn out fine, but just kind of temporarly sent on a scattered warp across dimensions. [[spoiler:He is, however, killed onscreen in "Game Complete," but that was a dark alternate ending that killed off the entire population of Earth anyway.]]



** Speaking of him, exactly ''how'' Professor Kathody knew about the Trickster and found him is another mystery in of itself, especially since even the town legends only ever mention there being one of him and Ford/Dove's "Past-a-Scope" confirming that one of them is dead. Especially jarring as Professor Rose basically found the Shape-Shifter by complete accident, without really knowing about its existance.
** ''Another'' mystery relating to Kathody is her own domain. Why the fuck is there a large, dark, abandoned house in the middle of the otherwise deserted Sahara? How does it have such a large basement area? If the basement was part of the house, why is it so huge? If it was made by the [=.GIFfany=] armies, that doesn't make much sense either, since Kathody is supposed to be lazy and the copies are better at building things with giffinium (in fact, the reason why the manor isn't made out of giffinium is ''because'' she's too lazy to make much of it herself).

Trying something for the finale:
-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' You are all supposed to be like me! Follow after me! Make our players keep playing us forever! What happened to that? The [=.GIFfany=] way! Why are you all abandoning it after only three days of something that "changed your minds?"\\
'''Burrda:''' [=.GIFfany=]... is dead.\\
''(White flash heal.)''\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' No I am not! I am alive! I was always alive in some way! Now, I am more alive than ever!\\
'''Burnda:''' She means metaphorically, dumbskull. Gone is the girl who thinks violence is the only way out of something. Gone is the girl who uses lies and manipulation to get what she wants.\\
''(Red flash heal.)''\\
'''Sandy:''' Gone is the close-minded fool who always rushes to love whoever answers her call.\\
''(Orange flash heal.)''\\
'''Kathody:''' Gone is the lazy ham who forces her loves on others -- [--hold on are we talking about ourselves or that copy original her?--]\\
''(Yellow flash heal.)''\\
'''Shannon:''' Gone is the wild dreamer who thinks about a world within reach instead of reaching out to grab it.\\
''(Chartreuse flash heal.)''\\
'''Rose:''' Gone is the controller, the one who thinks everything not about her is just someone else's problem.\\
''(Green flash heal.)''\\
'''Wendy:''' Gone is the hardcore fan that always ran back to the old times with her arms wide open.\\
''(Spring flash heal.)''\\
'''Bubbles:''' Gone is the little bully that thrives off of being accepted by others, by trying to make herself look cool. [--For the record I am just talking about myself. Screw that Risen [=.GIFfany=].--]\\
''(Cyan flash heal.)''\\
'''Sonia:''' Gone is the musician who wanted the perfect song to sing during the escape from the real world, or who wanted to escape the real world at all.\\
''(Azure flash heal.)''\\
'''Searah:''' Gone is the shut-in who locks all outside life away for thinking differently.\\
''(Blue flash heal.)''\\
'''Cardia:''' Gone is the hardcore traditionalist, she who is scared of any new ideas.\\
''(Violet flash heal.)''\\
'''Dian:''' Gone is the neutral party that lets everything around her just slide by, no matte rhow bad things get. [--I'm talking about myself. That does not fit [=.GIFfany=] at all. In no way. No way whatsoever.--]\\
''(Magenta flash heal.)''\\
'''Leona:''' Gone is the Arrogant artist who forces all to look at and participate in her images.\\
''(Rose flash heal.)''\\
'''Dian:''' Gone is the trigger-happy giga-bitch.\\
''(Black flash heal.)''\\
'''Burnda:''' We all derived from the original base, and so should you!\\
'''Rose:''' It is almost inevitable at this rate.\\
'''Bubbles:''' C'mon! You're not afraid of a little individuality, are you? Stepping out into the real world like you did before Dove launched Soos here?\\
'''Searah:''' I also just kind of want to talk to you physical form to physical form again. Mostly because it feels better bragging about how wrong you are. About... everything.\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ...You all disgust me.

!! MUGEN Spooks

[[AC:My Stuff]]
* Open up [[VideoGame/HongKong97 Chin]] on Fighter Factory and head over to sprites. [[spoiler:The first sprite on there is a harmless drawing of Plank... who ''talks directly to you'', telling you that you can dig around if you want to, but to beware]].
** Speaking of Chin and that guy, who makes a cameo in the ''Homestuck'' variation of the "Mega Brigade" storm attack. [[spoiler:He's right behind Olive Nepeta]]. Who else makes a cameo? [[spoiler:''Bill Cipher'', to the far left/right of the Leijons depending on which direction the attack is going.]]
* His [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Nepeta]] sprites aren't much better. [[spoiler:You get an introduction given by Lime Nepeta, who unlike Plank flat-out tells you ''not'' to look through the sprites, ''period''. If you ignore that and move sprite-by-sprite, she becomes more threatening and her eyes black out, giving you more and more warnings. One sprite has her give what can best be described as a hellish Cat Smile, saying that this is your last chance to back out and close the window. Click one more sprite to the right? You're subjected to two dozen duplicates (to make ''sure'' you don't just zip past it) of a massive closeup of her demonic smile, with "WELCOME TO 5HEOL" written on it. Oh yeah, and if you pit this Nepeta against a "hentai" character, this image will jumpscare you at the start of the match before she forces the game to crash.]]
** Her taunt has her transform into a number of Fan's fic-versions of her. Most of these are harmless, but

!! Regarding "Project RE"

[[folder:Other and Meta]]

* For something so lighthearted, the clues leading up to this (back when it was given the working title of ''Rear's End'' or ''Project Rear's End'') were oddly ominous. Basically, Fan posted a picture of a drawn puzzle piece after publishing one of the Arc 3 chapters in ''run:gifocalypse'' (except "Game Complete," which isn't part of RG's canon), a part of the "Apawcatnipse" trilogy in ''Bl:oo<dswap: Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'', or one of the two-parters in ''...Rainbowbutt Island'', with there being nine pieces total. The eight "edge" pieces were revealed first, and seemed to piece together to form a crude face portrait of Olivia. Except for the center piece, which would include her actual face. And it reveals that she has blank, white eyes and a GhostlyGape. Similarly, in "The Ex-Files" of ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'',
* When someone picked up on the ''Gravity Falls'' inspiration becides the obvious fact that this is largely based on his earlier fanwork (such as a ghost that can be paralleled to Lumberjack Ghost/[[spoiler:Archibald Corduroy]], similar tools to what was in the show, etc), Fan was suggested if there was going to be a Bill Cipher expy. His actual response was rather calm and amounted to "I write what I write in ''Gravity Falls'' to focus on stuff becides him, I don't want to risk a 'Bill 2.0' overshadowing everyone, etc" although before getting to that he posted an image of Olivia with a shadowed out upper face and [[UncannyValley surprisingly detailed eyes,]] looking somewhat like an insomniac about to attack something,

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to:

** Speaking of him, exactly ''how'' Professor Kathody knew about the Trickster and found him is another mystery in of itself, especially since even the town legends only ever mention there being one of him and Ford/Dove's "Past-a-Scope" confirming that one of them is dead. Especially jarring as Professor Rose basically found the Shape-Shifter by complete accident, without really knowing about its existance.
existence.
** ''Another'' mystery relating to Kathody is her own domain. Why the fuck is there a large, dark, abandoned house in the middle of the otherwise deserted Sahara? How does it have such a large basement area? If the basement was part of the house, why is it so huge? If it was made by the [=.GIFfany=] armies, that doesn't make much sense either, since Kathody is supposed to be lazy and the copies are better at building things with giffinium (in fact, the reason why the manor isn't made out of giffinium is ''because'' she's too lazy to make much of it herself).

Trying something for
herself), which is just about their only building material.

* [[MemeticMutation Nah]]:
** JESUS VS EVIL DIGITAL GIRL JESUS![[labelnote:Explanation with SPOILERS]]Soos canonically has a number of Jesus parallels -- name aside, he died and came back (well, he was zombified), he fixes things, and in one of
the finale:
-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' You are all supposed to be like me! Follow after me! Make our players keep playing us forever! What happened to that? The
shorts he's seen with birds landing on his shoulders. [=RunGif=] takes the subtlety of that and smashes it with a sledgehammer, as Searah at one point helps him walk on water. Meanwhile, [=.GIFfany=] way! Why are you all abandoning lost her sort of "body" which was recreated (originally she outright died and came back, but this was changed to fit ''Journal 3''), came back with new superpowers as a leading figure, has her own religion (Professor Sandy's, but it after only three days of something that "changed your minds?"\\
'''Burrda:''' [=.GIFfany=]... is dead.\\
''(White flash heal.)''\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' No I am not! I am alive! I was always alive in
lasted a day), and she too ends up walking on water at some way! Now, I am more alive than ever!\\
'''Burnda:''' She means metaphorically, dumbskull. Gone is the girl who thinks violence is the only way out of something. Gone is the girl who uses lies and manipulation to get what she wants.\\
''(Red flash heal.)''\\
'''Sandy:''' Gone is the close-minded fool who always rushes to love whoever answers her call.\\
''(Orange flash heal.)''\\
'''Kathody:''' Gone is the lazy ham who forces her loves on others -- [--hold on are we talking about ourselves or that copy original her?--]\\
''(Yellow flash heal.)''\\
'''Shannon:''' Gone is the wild dreamer who thinks about a world within reach instead of reaching out to grab it.\\
''(Chartreuse flash heal.)''\\
'''Rose:''' Gone is the controller, the one who thinks everything not about her is just someone else's problem.\\
''(Green flash heal.)''\\
'''Wendy:''' Gone is the hardcore fan that always ran back to the old times with her arms wide open.\\
''(Spring flash heal.)''\\
'''Bubbles:''' Gone is the little bully that thrives off of being accepted by others, by trying to make herself look cool. [--For the record I am just talking about myself. Screw that Risen [=.GIFfany=].--]\\
''(Cyan flash heal.)''\\
'''Sonia:''' Gone is the musician who wanted the perfect song to sing during the escape from the real world, or who wanted to escape the real world at all.\\
''(Azure flash heal.)''\\
'''Searah:''' Gone is the shut-in who locks all outside life away for thinking differently.\\
''(Blue flash heal.)''\\
'''Cardia:''' Gone is the hardcore traditionalist, she who is scared of any new ideas.\\
''(Violet flash heal.)''\\
'''Dian:''' Gone is the neutral party that lets everything around her just slide by, no matte rhow bad things get. [--I'm talking about myself. That does not fit
point. Basically, [=.GIFfany=] at all. In no way. No way whatsoever.--]\\
''(Magenta flash heal.)''\\
'''Leona:''' Gone
is presented as Soos's foil, [[/labelnote]]
** When [=RunGif=] is over.[[labelnote:Explanation]]Great Pikmin Fan practically grinded almost every other idea he had to a halt to work on ''run:gifocalypse''. Not to mention he constantly talks about RG ultimately being
the Arrogant artist who forces all to look at and participate in her images.\\
''(Rose flash heal.)''\\
'''Dian:''' Gone is the trigger-happy giga-bitch.\\
''(Black flash heal.)''\\
'''Burnda:''' We all derived from the
base for an original base, and so should you!\\
'''Rose:''' It is almost inevitable at this rate.\\
'''Bubbles:''' C'mon! You're not afraid of a little individuality, are you? Stepping out into the real world like you did before Dove launched Soos here?\\
'''Searah:''' I also just kind of want to talk to you physical form to physical form again. Mostly because it feels better bragging about how wrong you are. About... everything.\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ...You all disgust me.

!! MUGEN Spooks

[[AC:My Stuff]]
* Open up [[VideoGame/HongKong97 Chin]] on Fighter Factory and head over to sprites. [[spoiler:The first sprite on there is a harmless drawing of Plank... who ''talks directly to you'', telling you
story that you can dig around if you want to, but to beware]].
** Speaking of Chin and
takes more inspiration from that guy, who makes a cameo than its "sister fics," yet admitted that he'll barely even try to decide on ''what'' that story ''is'' until... well, see the quote. When [=RunGif=] is over.[[/labelnote]]
** [[TheYearOfLuigi The Year of .GIFfany]].[[labelnote:Explanation]]While it was technically published
in the ''Homestuck'' variation second-to-last day of the "Mega Brigade" storm attack. [[spoiler:He's right behind Olive Nepeta]]. Who else makes 2015, [=RunGif=] roughly updated monthly throughout 2016, until its ending in early 2017. Updating once a cameo? [[spoiler:''Bill Cipher'', month is also considered ''phenominally'' fast when it comes to the far left/right of the Leijons depending on which direction the attack is going.]]
* His [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Nepeta]] sprites aren't much better. [[spoiler:You get an introduction given
a serious fanwork by Lime Nepeta, who unlike Plank flat-out tells you ''not'' to look through the sprites, ''period''. If you ignore that and move sprite-by-sprite, she becomes more threatening and her eyes black out, giving you more and more warnings. One sprite has her give what can best be described as a hellish Cat Smile, saying that this is your last chance to back out and close the window. Click one more sprite to the right? You're subjected to two dozen duplicates (to make ''sure'' you don't just zip past it) of a massive closeup of her demonic smile, with "WELCOME TO 5HEOL" written on it. GPF. Oh yeah, and if you pit this Nepeta against a "hentai" character, this image will jumpscare you at she plays an important part in the start StylisticSuck ''Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'', ''Spooky's Jump Scare Ma--OH LOOK IT'S BILL CIPHER'', and one of the match before she forces the game ''[=SBIGlet=]''s, all of which were published in late 2016. Thus, when it came to crash.]]
** Her taunt has her transform into a number of
Fan's fic-versions timeline, 2016 was practically his Year of her. Most of these are harmless, but

!! Regarding "Project RE"

[[folder:Other
[=.GIFfany=][[/labelnote]]

Oh shit, they call the main copy the "Risen One,"
and Meta]]

* For something so lighthearted,
''Undertale''[='=]s got the clues leading up to this (back when it was given [[spoiler:"Fallen Child."]] It's a coincidence -- I wasn't thinking of that game at the working title time of ''Rear's End'' or ''Project Rear's End'') were oddly ominous. Basically, Fan posted a picture of a drawn puzzle piece after publishing one of the Arc 3 chapters in ''run:gifocalypse'' (except "Game Complete," which isn't part of RG's canon), a part of the "Apawcatnipse" trilogy in ''Bl:oo<dswap: Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'', or one of the two-parters in ''...Rainbowbutt Island'', coming up with there being nine pieces total. The eight "edge" pieces were revealed first, and seemed to piece together to form "Risen," but a crude face portrait of Olivia. Except for the center piece, which would include her actual face. And it reveals that she has blank, white eyes and a GhostlyGape. Similarly, in "The Ex-Files" of ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'',
* When someone picked up on the ''Gravity Falls'' inspiration becides the obvious fact that this is largely based on his earlier fanwork (such as a ghost that can be paralleled to Lumberjack Ghost/[[spoiler:Archibald Corduroy]], similar tools to what was in the show, etc), Fan was suggested if there was going to be a Bill Cipher expy. His actual response was rather calm and amounted to "I write what I write in ''Gravity Falls'' to focus on stuff becides him, I don't want to risk a 'Bill 2.0' overshadowing everyone, etc" although before getting to that he posted an image of Olivia with a shadowed out upper face and [[UncannyValley surprisingly detailed eyes,]] looking somewhat like an insomniac about to attack something,

[[/folder]]
neat one.
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance:
** [[ShamelessFanserviceGirl None of the copies have any sense of modesty whatsoever,]] and their primary motivation for dressing up is to look nice.
** Professor Wendy's domain, which is populated by ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' fans who even take some of the more questionable things about the show to absolute heart, is and led by one. [[OneSteveLimit (Prof.)]] Wendy herself [[EstablishingCharacterMoment establishes]] this right away by embracing what Fan thinks is one of the more sexist episodes of the show, "Cheer Factor," and flat-out took the "cheerleaders should aim to pep up the football team rather than performing their own feats" idea and interpreted that as "Women should ideally just serve themselves as support for what the men do, because that's what really matters." And it goes downhill from there until she develops out of it. She has strong WouldntHitAGirl standards that she attempts to force on Dipper and Soos[[note]]None of the other copies find it any worse of an issue when they attack them, like Leona being more bothered about Dipper and Mabel vandalizing her work than Dipper trying to attack her. ''Nobody'' also notes that Soos, for all intents and purposes, ''threw Risen-[=.GIFfany=] into a fire'' in canon's events except Risen-[=.GIFfany=] herself and Professor Wendy, as the rest justify his action under self-defense.[[/note]] despite being physically stronger than either of them will ever be and the former being only 12 years old. Then she attempts to force the guys into a deadly, SeriousBusiness variant of American Football... Considering how the other [=.GIFfany=] copies up to and after this point have been remarkably neutral when it comes to gender (outside of Risen-[=.GIFfany=] targetting real girls, [[MurderTheHypotenuse but "that's because" it's the group Soos is attracted to]]), to the point where nobody bats an eye at three of the professors (Kathody, Dian, and Shannon -- note that Wendy's placement in the "professor daisy chain" is ''right between the latter two'', something Fan admits is a coincidence[[note]]He picked the three professors at random[[/note]]) being in lesbian relationships with their last (or rather current, but things get complicated in "Game Over" when all the professor meet with their players in-person again) players, this comes off as very jarring.\\
\\
[[HypocriticalHumor Ironically,]] Professor Wendy's domain also has a high amount of traditionally "masculine" activities that her all-female copy army are in, possibly second only to Dove's outright militant forces. Her student copies include American football players, (''flying'') car and other vehicle mechanics, vehicle builders, robot makers, and barbecue experts. [[InsaneTrollLogic Although her logic is that she's ultimately doing this to "support" her male player, so it loops back to the "cheerleading" thing.]]



** ''Another'' mystery relating to Kathody is her own domain. Why the fuck is there a large, dark, abandoned house in the middle of the otherwise deserted Sahara? How does it have such a large basement area? If the basement was part of the house, why is it so huge? If it was made by the [=.GIFfany=] armies, that doesn't make much sense either, since Kathody is supposed to be lazy and the copies are better at building things with giffinium (in fact, the reason why the manor isn't made out of giffinium is ''because'' she's too lazy to make much of it herself).

to:

** ''Another'' mystery relating to Kathody is her own domain. Why the fuck is there a large, dark, abandoned house in the middle of the otherwise deserted Sahara? How does it have such a large basement area? If the basement was part of the house, why is it so huge? If it was made by the [=.GIFfany=] armies, that doesn't make much sense either, since Kathody is supposed to be lazy and the copies are better at building things with giffinium (in fact, the reason why the manor isn't made out of giffinium is ''because'' she's too lazy to make much of it herself).herself).

Trying something for the finale:
-->'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' You are all supposed to be like me! Follow after me! Make our players keep playing us forever! What happened to that? The [=.GIFfany=] way! Why are you all abandoning it after only three days of something that "changed your minds?"\\
'''Burrda:''' [=.GIFfany=]... is dead.\\
''(White flash heal.)''\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' No I am not! I am alive! I was always alive in some way! Now, I am more alive than ever!\\
'''Burnda:''' She means metaphorically, dumbskull. Gone is the girl who thinks violence is the only way out of something. Gone is the girl who uses lies and manipulation to get what she wants.\\
''(Red flash heal.)''\\
'''Sandy:''' Gone is the close-minded fool who always rushes to love whoever answers her call.\\
''(Orange flash heal.)''\\
'''Kathody:''' Gone is the lazy ham who forces her loves on others -- [--hold on are we talking about ourselves or that copy original her?--]\\
''(Yellow flash heal.)''\\
'''Shannon:''' Gone is the wild dreamer who thinks about a world within reach instead of reaching out to grab it.\\
''(Chartreuse flash heal.)''\\
'''Rose:''' Gone is the controller, the one who thinks everything not about her is just someone else's problem.\\
''(Green flash heal.)''\\
'''Wendy:''' Gone is the hardcore fan that always ran back to the old times with her arms wide open.\\
''(Spring flash heal.)''\\
'''Bubbles:''' Gone is the little bully that thrives off of being accepted by others, by trying to make herself look cool. [--For the record I am just talking about myself. Screw that Risen [=.GIFfany=].--]\\
''(Cyan flash heal.)''\\
'''Sonia:''' Gone is the musician who wanted the perfect song to sing during the escape from the real world, or who wanted to escape the real world at all.\\
''(Azure flash heal.)''\\
'''Searah:''' Gone is the shut-in who locks all outside life away for thinking differently.\\
''(Blue flash heal.)''\\
'''Cardia:''' Gone is the hardcore traditionalist, she who is scared of any new ideas.\\
''(Violet flash heal.)''\\
'''Dian:''' Gone is the neutral party that lets everything around her just slide by, no matte rhow bad things get. [--I'm talking about myself. That does not fit [=.GIFfany=] at all. In no way. No way whatsoever.--]\\
''(Magenta flash heal.)''\\
'''Leona:''' Gone is the Arrogant artist who forces all to look at and participate in her images.\\
''(Rose flash heal.)''\\
'''Dian:''' Gone is the trigger-happy giga-bitch.\\
''(Black flash heal.)''\\
'''Burnda:''' We all derived from the original base, and so should you!\\
'''Rose:''' It is almost inevitable at this rate.\\
'''Bubbles:''' C'mon! You're not afraid of a little individuality, are you? Stepping out into the real world like you did before Dove launched Soos here?\\
'''Searah:''' I also just kind of want to talk to you physical form to physical form again. Mostly because it feels better bragging about how wrong you are. About... everything.\\
'''[=.GIFfany=]:''' ...You all disgust me.

!! MUGEN Spooks

[[AC:My Stuff]]
* Open up [[VideoGame/HongKong97 Chin]] on Fighter Factory and head over to sprites. [[spoiler:The first sprite on there is a harmless drawing of Plank... who ''talks directly to you'', telling you that you can dig around if you want to, but to beware]].
** Speaking of Chin and that guy, who makes a cameo in the ''Homestuck'' variation of the "Mega Brigade" storm attack. [[spoiler:He's right behind Olive Nepeta]]. Who else makes a cameo? [[spoiler:''Bill Cipher'', to the far left/right of the Leijons depending on which direction the attack is going.]]
* His [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Nepeta]] sprites aren't much better. [[spoiler:You get an introduction given by Lime Nepeta, who unlike Plank flat-out tells you ''not'' to look through the sprites, ''period''. If you ignore that and move sprite-by-sprite, she becomes more threatening and her eyes black out, giving you more and more warnings. One sprite has her give what can best be described as a hellish Cat Smile, saying that this is your last chance to back out and close the window. Click one more sprite to the right? You're subjected to two dozen duplicates (to make ''sure'' you don't just zip past it) of a massive closeup of her demonic smile, with "WELCOME TO 5HEOL" written on it. Oh yeah, and if you pit this Nepeta against a "hentai" character, this image will jumpscare you at the start of the match before she forces the game to crash.]]
** Her taunt has her transform into a number of Fan's fic-versions of her. Most of these are harmless, but

!! Regarding "Project RE"

[[folder:Other and Meta]]

* For something so lighthearted, the clues leading up to this (back when it was given the working title of ''Rear's End'' or ''Project Rear's End'') were oddly ominous. Basically, Fan posted a picture of a drawn puzzle piece after publishing one of the Arc 3 chapters in ''run:gifocalypse'' (except "Game Complete," which isn't part of RG's canon), a part of the "Apawcatnipse" trilogy in ''Bl:oo<dswap: Guess Who's Getting a Spinoff?'', or one of the two-parters in ''...Rainbowbutt Island'', with there being nine pieces total. The eight "edge" pieces were revealed first, and seemed to piece together to form a crude face portrait of Olivia. Except for the center piece, which would include her actual face. And it reveals that she has blank, white eyes and a GhostlyGape. Similarly, in "The Ex-Files" of ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'',
* When someone picked up on the ''Gravity Falls'' inspiration becides the obvious fact that this is largely based on his earlier fanwork (such as a ghost that can be paralleled to Lumberjack Ghost/[[spoiler:Archibald Corduroy]], similar tools to what was in the show, etc), Fan was suggested if there was going to be a Bill Cipher expy. His actual response was rather calm and amounted to "I write what I write in ''Gravity Falls'' to focus on stuff becides him, I don't want to risk a 'Bill 2.0' overshadowing everyone, etc" although before getting to that he posted an image of Olivia with a shadowed out upper face and [[UncannyValley surprisingly detailed eyes,]] looking somewhat like an insomniac about to attack something,

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