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19th Aug '16 7:52:45 AM TerraformTrent
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Confirmed, because you can get this mobile app on the App and Play stores. [[spoiler:This is also how The Sandbox gets funded because the app is chockfull of microtransactions darn it!!]]

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Confirmed, because you can get this mobile app on the App and Play stores. [[spoiler:This is also how The Sandbox gets funded because the app is chockfull of microtransactions darn it!!]]it!!]]

!!WMG: The Sandbox isn't actually a sandbox.
It's really a place to test text editing features without ruining regular articles. Just a guess, though.
17th Aug '16 10:40:35 AM onetimo
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*[[spoiler:Screw dat. I, Darth Manchild of GIFT will win]]
16th Apr '16 1:14:13 PM ImNotMonty
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[[spoiler:And n̶o̶b̶o̶d̶y̶ [=SeptimusHeap=] will win.]]

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[[spoiler:And n̶o̶b̶o̶d̶y̶ [=SeptimusHeap=] will win.]]]]

!!WMG:The Sandbox is actually a mobile app, not a TvTropes area.
Confirmed, because you can get this mobile app on the App and Play stores. [[spoiler:This is also how The Sandbox gets funded because the app is chockfull of microtransactions darn it!!]]
9th Mar '16 5:00:41 AM MegaMarioMan
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!!WMG:The Sandbox will one day gain sentience, and threaten all human life.

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!!WMG:The Sandbox will one day gain sentience, and threaten all human life.life.

!!WMG:The Sandbox will attract a castle building contest.
[[spoiler:And n̶o̶b̶o̶d̶y̶ [=SeptimusHeap=] will win.]]
8th Mar '16 3:29:15 AM Korodzik
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15th Feb '16 5:51:27 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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!!WMG:The Sandbox will one day gain sentience, and threaten all human life.]]

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!!WMG:The Sandbox will one day gain sentience, and threaten all human life.]]
15th Feb '16 5:51:16 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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!!WMG:The Sandbox will one day gain sentience, and threaten all human life.]]
17th Nov '14 6:31:10 PM AHI-3000
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[[WMG:TV Tropes is controlled by reptilian aliens!]]
OH MY GOOOOOOOOOD!

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17th Nov '14 6:31:01 PM AHI-3000
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[[WMG: Der wagga-wagga snorkle-snorkle is plaftz.]]
Fer whitz dee bloop-bloop!

[[WMG:The wiki sandbox is a Time Lord.]]
Everything else is a Time Lord, so why not the wiki sandbox? It can do '''bold''' and ''italic'', and make [[PotholeMagnet potholes]]. Also, the wiki sandbox has a TARDIS, though its chameleon circuit disguised it as this tiny ASCII art. (It's BiggerOnTheInside.)

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[[WMG:Custom titles are broken.]]
Just look at these:
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AconnecticutYankeeInKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutyankeeInKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeinKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInkingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingarthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingArthurscourt

[[WMG:The mass of 1 pound is 0.4536 kilograms.]]
Wolfram|Alpha told me. Now that's how you do wild ''mass'' guessing. (Am I supposed to pothole IncrediblyLamePun, or LiteralMinded?)

[[WMG:Custom titles do not always work.]]
The first link displays the custom title, but the second link does not.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotPolitical
* WhatDoYouMeanitsNotPolitical

! The "!" formatting can make boxes identical to the "WMG" formatting.

You can tell by this page whether this was confirmed or jossed.

Sonic 2 Dimps Edition

[[WMG:The Toads in Decalburg (and possibly the entire PM: SS world) are zombies]]

http://nicocw.deviantart.com/art/DECALBURG-337848123

VideoGame/{{Action52}}

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* "Oh my God, this the future! Note to self: Arlen has been renamed 'Fartland.'" "Wait a minute, this isn't the future, this is the past! Bill's gonna trip over that pot hole!" "Nancy, if there's anything you want to do now, for the love of God just do it!"

{{Wikia}}

[[WMG:The wraiths are combinations of the ghosts of Pikmin killed in the previous games -- or something like that]]

[[spoiler:The "family" (though the two instances we see are pretty different) isn't introduced until ''2'', which begins with the only known Pikmin being five Reds, Yellows, and Blues each, which already gives some implications that many of them died down between the two games. So even if ZeroCasualtyRun[=s=] are considered canon, there's that to suggest their deaths. The wraiths bear somewhat humanoid shapes, even though the only creature coming close to this native on the planet is the Pikmin themselves. The Waterwraith specifically only targets Captains over Pikmin (though this could be attributed to AI limitations) and it seemingly follows them specifically down the cave, and the Plasm Wraith holds an odd want to keep Olimar with it.]]

The Waterwraith in particular raises some suspicion, both due to its only known weakness being a member of the Pikmin family and its location containing the highest amount of Bulbmin in the game. It probably hid out in Submerged Castle deliberatley to try to limit Olimar and Louie's arsonal so that there was less of a chance the team would fight it off.

One last thing to note, before the later two instalments color-coded the ghosts, in the first game the Pikmin ghosts were a pale blue, somewhat like a more opaque color scheme that the Waterwraith has.

* SequelHook:
** This was even present in the first game, if only slightly: the best ending includes a brief scene with [[spoiler:several Onions, all except for maybe a blue one bearing colors of Pikmin not seen in this game. Of course, given how Purple and White Pikmin do not have Onions in the second game, and how the Onion's design was changed (possibly from evolution) in the third, this bit of possible foreshadowing seems odd in hindsight]].
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse What happened to [[spoiler:the numerous, other-colored Onions]] seen in the best ending of the first game? Especially since none of the new Pikmin introduced in the second have Onions, and the third game changes their design? Or the Purple and White Pikmin at the end of the second, given how they weren't even ''seen'' at all in the 100% ending sequence among the Pikmin crowd?
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse
** The first game's best ending had [[spoiler:a number of Onions flying up in space. ]]

(FridgeHorror)
* The Waterwraith. It '''A''': Is a humanoid creature in a series where the only other humanoids ([[spoiler:before the Plasm Wraith comes in]]) are the Pikmin themselves and where humanity has been confirmed by WordOfGod to have died out, and '''B''': Doesn't leave a ghost when it's killed. Nearly every other enemy in the series (''including'' [[spoiler:the illusions created by the Plasm Wraith]]) leave ghosts when killed. So that really adds to the big question one might have about it: what the hell ''is'' this thing?

[[WMG:Every page on this wiki will eventually mention the Poochie episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'']]

And I am only adding to the list with this WMG. Man, Poochie is like one of those memetic [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCPs]] or something.

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[[folder:Warp that Aesop]]

DarthWiki/WarpThatAesop <-- This page should explain why the following looks so weird.

* General:
** [[NakedPeopleAreFunny Naked People are]] [[FullFrontalAssault Psychopaths]]. Well, more like naked men. Nudist women can be (but are not always, especially when dark powers are involved) perfectly normal people.[[note]]''A Slash of Mortality'': Never mind. It's the people who ''enforce clothing'' that are evil.[[/note]]
** Things happen when you own a cat. (As lots of plots are kicked off or finished by cat-like or cat-themed people; Nepeta, Felicia, Steven Universe, Schrodinger (by accident)...)
** Jumping into a river and being carried by it [[ExactWords is a life-changing event.]] Something to ride on optional.
* ''Crconikals'' universe:
** General:
*** [[GodwinsLaw Blame Hitler]] for most of your problems. Or any other dictator. That one guy who hacked into your MMORPG? He works for Hitler. Your former ally suddenly unleashed a weapon on the country? It's because he started working for Hitler. Your trump card fighter got blown up? Hitler's flunkie did it. Some annoying guy moved into your city? It's because Hitler didn't have ''enough'' bad guys out for them to fight. Got falsely accused of something? Not Hitler-related, but instead caused by a secret underground alien leader.
*** Your life is just one big joke and your death is the punchline. (This also applies to ''SBIG'' as a whole.)
** ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'':
*** Orgies fix everything.[[note]]''Dave's Hangover'': No they don't.[[/note]]
*** HardWorkHardlyWorks and your job can easily be replaced by some random rocker who basically got lost and hired off the street.
** ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'':
*** Using [[{{Fanservice}} sex appeal]] to rank in donations is A-OK.
*** Incest is okay and even a bit hot, but horse-related perversions aren't.
*** Relatedly to the above two: If you see someone wearing a horse mask, just steal their money.
*** If your friends start dying, you have two options: A: Wait for some dead guy to help them out, or B: Throw their corpses into a machine, because it might use some stem-cell related powers or something to save them.
*** Crime-fighting is best done while sticking with your guardian figure, or some older person that you were descended from.
*** Shoot someone's boyfriend/girlfriend now, tell them that said boyfriend/girlfriend was abusive and a stalker later. After the person's figured it out. They'll thank you later, when you're both in the buff.
*** Giving over a dosen criminals that you have been fighting for the past week or so a poorly-written essay that essentially acts as a StrawLoser will make them turn their lives around.
*** Ignoring the weight capacity of something may, as odd as it sounds, ''save'' your life someday.
* ''360 Degree Duck'':
** Your life becomes better the moment you decide to kill your boss. But it's okay because your boss was secretly planning on invading and destroying another country anyway.
** Any slightest imperfection or annoying trope in a work of media will ruin it permanently. Including this one.[[note]]Actually, if you subtract "permanently" and some hyperbole, this kind of ''is'' what the more medial humor is about.[[/note]]
** Going with comparing their Earth/Hell to our countries, you will not find love outside of foreigners.
** And going even further, foreigners (and some Americans too) don't really mind nudity. The irony is that this is the point of more than one joke in ''Crconikals'', where every non-American country has no anti-nudity laws, and even some of the American characters (the entire Rainbow Crew, possibly Alucard, Felicia and the other catwomen if you factor in ''New Super Dale Gribble U'', etc) don't really hold anything back.
** If you're poor, just become a vigilante. Life will turn around... eventually.[[note]]On the flip side -- and more accurate to the story itself -- heroes are doomed to live in poverty unless a miracle drags them out, while being a criminal almost garuntees you money.[[/note]]
** (This overlaps with Andrea from ''Total Zeksmit'') If you, somehow or someway, have advanced body durability/healing powers, the only possible thing you can do with it is get into life-threatening situations to save others. Or to put it in more real-world terms, if you're built for the military, join it no questions asked.
* ''Everburn'' and just about every ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' work he's written: Everybody you will meet is a lot more/will become a lot more competant and awesome than [[ThisLoserIsYou you]].
* ''Total Zeksmit'':
** Reality TV is the best way to make friends. Whether you play in it or are even its host or show staff.
** Cosplaying as Homer Simpson is a good career choice in the long run.
** Hosting a talk show is all about pissing people off. (Although Ezekiel seems to ''actually believe this'', [[spoiler:that or his was plotting Geoff to be fired all along. Which seeing as this is Ezekiel, is unlikely]])
* ''496 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems'':
** Polgamy fixes everything.
** Racism is okay as long as it's being used in a Satanicish ritual to summon a deity.
** The older generation is the superior one, while all the younger generation accomplishes amounts to useless bitching in comparason. (This story goes by the thought that pre-scratch = original ectochildren. So, the post-scratch trolls and (thanks to their dreamselves) post-scratch humans are the ones doing much more than their pre-scratch counterparts).
** The only good way to enjoy a video game is by deciding not to play it the proper way at all. Tear it apart and summon a massive GameBreaker. Because games are evil and doing this is the proper way to ensure good for the future of mankind.
** Does this enemy seem to be impossible to take down? Don't worry, just wait for them to accidentally make some way or thing with about equal power to them that you can use against them.
** Listen to the homeless. They always have great advice.[[note]]Okay, John is the ''only one'' who calls Nepeta a hobo (and [[YouKeepUsingThatWord that's still not technically the right term]], since a hobo is a wanderer and Nepeta has an established cave/hive), but still.[[/note]]
* ''Dave's Hangover'':
** AIIsACrapshoot can happen if you robot build under the influence. Don't drink and robobuild, kids! It could mean the difference between life and hundreds of deaths!
** Making intentionally shitty movies is a great way to get laid. In fact, you'll land yourself in a bed with dozens of women without even trying!
** Alcohol can turn your life into an action movie! ...With a little extra "action" beforehand, wink wink nudge nudge.
** And alcohol can also excuse any and all actions taken. Acted up in a plane? "I was drunk." Burned everyone's clothes? "I was drunk." Unleashed a killer robot on everyone? "I was drunk." Bam, instant forgiveness.
** Smaller boats are a better option than larger boats. With the former, you don't have to worry about evil mechas, giant sea monsters, getting shipwrecked on a deadly island, etc. Bad crap is drawn to the bigger boats.
** Getting a tattoo on your ass could save your life in the future.
** Get rid of the first four words in the bullet point directly above this one. That is also true, depending on how your butt is. (This also applies for ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' at least.)
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'':
** Trust nobody. Everyone you meet is either a jerkass or a psychopath. Including your own child.
** Let your inner instincts get the girl/guy of your dreams for you. Just trust your subconsious, because it's always right.
** Alcoholics are either violent sociopaths, idiot vigilanties who could endanger the place, or overall people you want to avoid.
** Rich people are jerks. (The Lalondes, Striders, and Harleys are all ridiculously rich. The former two pairs of kids are outright villains later on, while the latter... Jake is nice, but Jade's douchebaggery more-than makes up for the both of them.)
* ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'': The only way homeschoolers can make friends is by manipulaing them. Because that would lead to a turn of events where they'll all be after the same guy.
* ''A Slash of Mortality'':
** [[TeensAreMonsters Teenagers suck]] and people will praise you for beating one.
** If too many nations are warring, just summon God, expose him as a jerkass, and [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu beat him in a fight.]] Bam, world peace.
** ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is the source of our world's problems.
** All groups are capable of redemption save for KOTH characters. They should be killed instead, since there's no hope that they won't stop trying to take over the world.
** First half, [[CharacterDevelopment not so much the second]]: It doesn't matter if you're black, white, red, brown, or yellow... but if you're [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation blue]], you're either a Rossiu-esque StrawVulcan willing to doom whole squads to [[AFateWorseThanDeath being in the core of the sun for millennia]] or one of the WellIntentionedExtremists that tries to BeamSpam missiles at everyone. Or you're a background citizen. In that matter, it also doesn't matter if you're green, purple, pink, teal, maroon, gold, emerald, gray, olive... just as long as you're not blue.
*** [[MindScrew It also does matter if]] [[NonstandardCharacterDesign your outline looks funny and inconsistent.]]
** Having super powers sucks. You'll get hated by your own creations and severly injured, if not maybe ''killed'' by them.
** You'll make friends with anyone by walking around to them wearing nothing but a cape and a sword-holder, then casually explaining to them why they're dicks. This is also grade-A strategy for winning battles and wars.
** Relatedly: Getting naked can save the universe.
** Give an ex-dictator a pet cat. That will fix their issues.
** People who dissappeared are really living good, if slightly boring and imprisoned, lives. There should be no rush to investigate them: They'll just come out on their own eventually.
** Science can take you anywhere! ...As long as you live in a world that has a substance that A: Can allow for travelling faster than the speed of light, B: Can be manipulated into forms of matter, and C: is self-replenishing. We're doomed to stay on this planet forever.
** Cheating on your husband might lead to the endangerment of other universes, since your kid will find out, go crazy over it, and get God powers with that crazyness.
* ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
** Dating sims and creepy guys with a lot of holiday spirit can make for good ParentalSustitute[=s=].
** Being a hero is all about how willing you are to charge blindly into something, no matter how much stronger it appears to be than you. Don't worry, your mentor will help back you up.

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{{Squiglevision}}

I try not to have two series go in a row. Since one of these is six-sided and they are all come from different works of media, this isn't too easy. (And I broke this rule by having two battles with EENE characters, and in fact the former one is EENE Vs EENE so)
* The first rappers in SBIG[[note]]Not counting Clint Eastwood or the raps Jade and Kanaya did in SJAHJ[[/note]]: Gumball Watterson (''Gumball Vs Satan'') Vs Conker the Squirrel (''Technically'' a ShowWithinAShow in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but it's pretty much 100% drawn from his canon game)
* They've got into a battle before; also opposites: WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse (A CompositeCharacter of his CSU, DC, and ITTWTI selves) Vs [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Carl]] [[OriginalCharacter Stevens]] (''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'')
* {{Badass}}es who are a part of a really large army and from GPF's original fiction: Eoflitt Swyyx (''Blue Sun'' and its related series) Vs Duck Prince (''This Story is Sexist!'')
* First two published stories: [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Eddy]] (''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'') Vs [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Edd]] (''Zombie Attack!'')
* Plot Hijackers: [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Ezekiel Smithy]] (''Total Zeksmit'' with a small dash of ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'' so that this makes more sense) Vs [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Nepeta Leijon]] (''496 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems'') [[spoiler:Vs [[WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball Carrie Kreuger]] (''Gumball Vs Satan'' and all of the derivatives from that incarnation) Vs [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Lee Kanker]] (A composite of every time she's been the BigBad) Vs [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Rip Van Winkle]] (mostly ''Crconikals'', but she mentions her ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' self) Vs [[WesternAnimation/BrandyAndMrWhiskers Mr. Whiskers]] (''Simpsons Meet Brandy and Mr. Whiskers'')]] '''(Mid-Season Finale)'''
* Opposites who have fought in their fic: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Dale Gribble]] Vs [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Felicia]] (Both ''New Super Dale Gribble U'')
* Bispectacled extras-turned-sidekicks with an army of clones: [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Jade Harley]] (CompositeCharacter of every work where Jade was the second (except for ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''), mostly regarding the CD, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'') Vs [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Connie]] (''I Thought Those Were the Ingredients'' and sequels; nods to ''Desert City'')
* Good Vs Evil Blonde Battle: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Bobby Hill]] (''Everburn'') Vs ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' (''naruto the guy with the ninja'')
* "Pimps": [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Harold McGrady]] (''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'', a little bit of ''Total Drama Race'' thanks to [[AccidentalPervert its]] [[TheNudifyer ending]]) Vs [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Dave Strider]] (''Dave's Hangover'')
* "Just to get it out of the way"/animated sitcom dads who have been refered to a lot in GPF's history: [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] (Incarnation(s) unknown) Vs [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] (Incarnation(s) unknown, but seems to involve the Fox Crew in a way) (Upcoming) '''(Season Finale)'''

Future planned battles include:
* People who are written to piss the readers off/Pikmin Fan's personal Scrappies: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Elroy "Lucky" Kleinschmidt]] (his {{Badass}} dark arts version from ''the Hill King'') Vs ???? (likely Gamzee Makara)
* Made something invovling Alucard now, draw comparasons later: [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Alucard Badguy]] (''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'') Vs ????
* The entire Intervention Group is planned to rap at some point, and something will be done with the full-blood Crystal Gems.
* ''Maybe'' an EvilRedhead battle (or AntiHero for the former): Kathy (''Total Zeksmit'') Vs Jib (''Ed, Edd n Eddy's Awesome Edventures'')

Heavily subject to change, except for the first one and the concept of "Green Witch, Orange Witch."
* Piloting to Hell: Duck Prince, AKA superhero Darren Detonation, faces some economical issues when his previous roommate in Starpoke Apartments moves out. In addition to his ongoing battle against his witch rival named Witchita, he finds out that his new roommate is a demon named Red -- who intends on bringing a lot more from where she came from, both good and bad.
* Even Dark Things Have Shadows: A strange crowd of burgulars start robbing both Starpoke's residents (now composed of 360 demons as well as Duck) and Witchita, they each race to see who will crack down on the people responsible first. This serves as introduction to Witchita's minions.
* Why Lies Hurt: After finding out in the previous episode that Witchita plans to launch something called a "Pearl Comet", a large space station which can crash into a point on Earth to be used for financial gain, Duck and the demons with him find themselves against a building powered by lies.
* Nudity: A sculpture seeming to date to the renaissance era causes a big change in media. However, more than enough clues point to there being something fishy about this...
* Hell Vs Hail: Red's normally kind-hearted experimental split-off/sister comes up to Earth for a visit. Unfortunately, while she's caring to Hell's residents, to Earth she isn't nearly as generous. (This could also be either the season finale or the start of the next season.)
* Green Witch, Orange Witch: Odd events happening in the Amazon and the Great Pyramids of Giza lead a handful of the demons (and Duck) to explore each of those locations. Unfortunately, it turns out that the causes of both of them are ultimately friends of Witchita, and the three witches gather for a major showdown. '''(Season Finale.)'''

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[[folder:I Try Not to Intervene...]]

''Calliope's Back Story'' is one of the many fanworks of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' by Great Pikmin Fan, and probably the strangest one that isn't an outright StylisticSuck fic.

!! This

* TheAce:
** ''Jane'' of all people, having a total of ''four'' [[WeaponOfChoice Weapons of Choice]] ([[{{BFS}} the Crocker Blade]], a feather that can double as a whip or rope, and her usual array of spoons and forks) -- all of them being very powerful. Not only that, but she's shown as a running gag to have a large number of talents, leading to some chapters where she's useful yet others where she lacks a common skill to make up for it (such as a complete innability of swimming).
* ArcFatigue:
** The Seperation Arc. It may only be six chapters long, and they're short by Fan's standards (not saying much at all though), but it's jarring in that it comes right after a WhamEpisode marking both Fred and later Caliborn's debut, and how it's focused on more of the character's adventures in the strange world they ended up in even though it seemed like the previous chapter 3 was moving away from that. It really doesn't help that the cast ends up in the exact same state they were just before the arc started; right on the mountain, staring [[spoiler:Castle English]] down. Nor that it's twice as long as the story leading up before it, in terms of chapter count. The arc immediately after that, dubbed the Aerial Assault Arc, may have only been one chapter shorter, but it was more bearable since each chapter gave a huge feeling of progression. This just felt like CharacterDevelopment and building on the stranded area that's not going to be revisited for a while.
* ArcWords: "I try not to intervene..."
* DarkestHour: As of now, the end of chapter 10 holds that record. [[spoiler:Dash is dead, the other main characters are forced to sleep within the walls of Castle English, and after it's been explicitely established that Fred and Caliborn know they're in there, risking death. Finally, Caliborn is working up an enormous meteor to terrorize Earth, and Fred's beoming closer to being a DimensionLord]].
* DecoyProtagonist: Non-fatal examples, for once.
** The story was never actually about Calliope. Ever. It might have been, but the more the author thought about it, the more it turned out to be less about the rest of the heroes bonding over her and more about their adventures in this alternate-ish version of ''Homestuck''[='=]s world.
** The fic makes it look like it's about how John, Jade, Rose, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy, and Dirk are all the only sane people with an ounce of competance, and how the former trolls/former guardians are all a hopeless DysfunctionJunction who are largely there for one-note comic relief. [[spoiler:Then they finally get some development in the first "true" arc, the seperation arc. Then John and co get hospitalized, and everybody else has to take over from there]].
* EnemyMine: Almost a necessity since this is trying to band together several groups where more than one of them involved killing eachother in canon. Condes in particular outright says that she would have allied with Fred if he had given her the chance, and acts openly hostile to most of the other major characters (especially John but with [[MoralityPet Calliope]] as a noteworthy exception).
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters:
** Yep, a lot of the elements ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' and ''496'' had are coming back. To start, there's the sixteen originally-human characters, the ''forty-eight'' originally-troll characters, [[spoiler:and they all have OppositeSexClone[=s=] ]]. Villains so far include Fred, Caliborn, the other seven guardian Cherubim, the new people Fred seems to be amassing, and the various monsters of the week. Then Dash and Calliope add two more to the heroes. The only thing that hasn't been confirmed so far is some kind of color-coded "alternate self" to them ala the dreamselves in ''496'' or the counterparts in HHC, but [[spoiler:seeing at there the gender-bends were not ''seperate'' but instead often merged in with the main character -- they can flip sexes either at will (HHC, after playing the Ballad of Duality) or by dreamself magic (496), but they're already seperate here]], that would mean that counterparts would increase the cast more than either of those two aformentioned stories have before.
** Calliope has spoke of alternate dimensions. The sheer character increase yet again is lampshaded by how the closing note of the same chapter has the "view" eventually pan out to the reader after Fan closes off the notes with "yep, there might be more characters on the horizon" and said reader is shown contemplating on [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere giving up reading.]]
* MoodWhiplash: The first few chapters are all about this, establishing just what kind of fic this would be. The beginning looks like it's going to be a slightly dreary, realistic story about a group of adults who are forced to work as strippers. Then their place gets ''air-lifted'' into the middle of a jungle. Then, from that and the second chapter, it's about them fighting weird monsters done in a playful way as well as meeting Calliope, and it looks to be an even sillier succeedor to ''Dave's Hangover''. (Or ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but without the outright ''stupid'' elements.) Then chapter 3 hits, gives rise to a major threat, and kicks off its first arc by launching everyone to different locations and making them spend the next six chapters work on getting back.
* MythologyGag:
** ''Everyone'' switches from the swimsuits they had on at the beginning to their outfits from ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' when the former is blown away by Fred at the end of chapter 3. There are ''some'' exceptions so that the outfits are a bit more believable, but those are still far and few in-between.
* [[OurProductSucks Our Story Sucks]]: First trailer for it, posted on Fan's Tumblr blog, consisted of John noticing a billboard for it, [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks horrified by the]] HotterAndSexier redesigns, and rushing to see a trailer (yes, within this trailer, which is more like a story if anything) of it and raging so hard he passes out. It was originally going to give him a heart attack, but Fan felt that this would be too cruel.
* ShooOutTheClowns: [[spoiler:Dash, the story's version of Dad Egbert, getting killed unceremoniously during the Aerial Assault Arc, in a HeroicSacrifice to slow down Castle English's flight so that the crew can break into it]].
* ShoutOut:
** The immediate area that the heroes were stuck in was confirmed to have geography based on Pi'illo Island from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'', with a number of elements swapped around to the point where Fan hd to confirm this by his own word. About the only constant that remained is that the "central/main/starting location" is located directly south of the mountains. If you squint, you can draw parallels with the beach/near caves and Driftwood Shore, and the desert with Dosing Sands. The plains/forest that the original-B-players (John, Jade, Rose, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy, Dirk) get stuck in is like a mash between Mushrise Park and Somnom Woods. Mount Pajamaja is "divided" between the mountain (DeathMountain aspects), lava (lava bits; this location is technically considered part of the desert's territory), and snowy (the tundra) regions. The graveyard is new. Most obviously, Prospit is Pi'illo Castle, the small ruins are Wakeport/Wake Isle, and Castle English is Neo Bowser Castle with some serious revamping.
* SpiritualSuccessor: This is supposed to combine and have elements of ''496 Reasons'', ''Dave's Hangover'', and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''. Mostly the large cast and usage of the guardians/ancestors and trying to make them into their own characters from their Scratch counterparts.
** SpiritualAntithesis: And yet it's far darker than the latter two, and makes a point that unlike any of the three, it's going to be a bit more than just an episodic romp with some distant, over-looming threat.[[note]]''496'' may have had a definitive final villain and MythArc, but the majority of the story was about fighting things that came onto/were originated in the meteor and it was focused almost purely on character development; ''Dave's Hangover'' doesn't have a set villain aside from a thrice-appearing Aradiabot, that was shut down before the second half; and HHC is still a StylisticSuck story at heart, and the villain Doc Scratch isn't even involved in four out of seven of its arcs.[[/note]] There is also, surprisingly, NoHuggingNoKissing so far, which is the opposite extreme of ''496'' having {{Polyamory}} as a ForegoneConclusion. Fan even went as far as to class this as some "genre"/pseudo-series or something called ''8stuck'', and explicitely said that none of aformentioned fanworks are classed as it as well. Finally, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking this lacks Hank Hill, who had appeared in all three of those in some extent.]] (Hanksprite, a minor cameo that would have beem a bit bigger of a role, and Hank the... plant fairy... thing).
* WalkingSpoiler:
** [[spoiler:Caliborn, for the fact that he is present in this story and thanks to the extremely long subversion (Straight play if you consider GPF's history and think of Fred as the "old villain". Subversion if you consider canon and think of Caliborn as the main villain) of HijackedByGanon where he ''seems'' to be the real villain with Fred as a front, but Fred eventually re-jacks the plot from him]].
** [[spoiler:The "lettered" versions of the cast. They don't show up until after Dash dies, are heavily linked to a major plot development, and they are the key to finally leaving the jungle area, which also breaks the status quo that the story had held since]].
** In a similar vein, [[spoiler:everyone's genderbent counterpart. Not only are their existances supposed to be surprises, but the reasoning too. Fred ends up making OppositeSexClone[=s=] of everybody, but for the sole purpose of keeping them knocked out in test tubes while he drains out their energies]].
* WhamEpisode:
** Chapter 3. Our BigBad Fred is introduced in the beginning, and he seems to know a lot about the universe's secrets. ''Caliborn'' is introduced at the end, and they use energy to build Castle English, which is powerful enough to send the heroes scattered throughout the island. Chapter 2 gave vibes that this was just some episodic romp. 1 also did, after an intentionally misleading beginning. But this shows that this ''isn't'' really going to be ''Dave's Hangover 2.0'' in sharing its sillier, MonsterOfTheWeek-esque format. (There are several MOTW[=s=], just that the recurring villains are a lot more prominent and bigger threats.)
** Chapter 10. [[spoiler:Dash dies, Caliborn is about to destroy the Earth, the wild area the characters were stranded in wasn't even Earth, and John finds a series of body tubes that happen to contain genderbent clones of everyone (save Dash and Calliope). Also, it's just about confirmed that the heroes will no longer be stranded]].
** Chapter 14. [[spoiler:They make it to Earth, but the thought-to-be main characters are now so badly injured that they're out of comission for the following storyline. Caliborn is dead after trying to reclaim his title of BigBad after Fred screws him over, but he uses the kernelnecklace to divide his and the lead's life energies into seven hypothetical successors. Meanwhile, Fred now knows how to contact other strange creatures, and seems to be building himself an evil band of sorts]].
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Originally, there was an idea for a story called ''Rainbow'', which would either be a slightly more serious (but nowhere near {{Deconstruction}} levels) one set in the split timeline in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''. Then it was going to be a slightly more serious redo of HHC, basically HHC except written like a more legit story. While this idea did not ''evolve'' from that, it eventually "replaced" it.
** The main cast was all going to be female, with [[spoiler:the same gender-bent clones in place, just that they're all male version of each of the cast]].
** [[spoiler:John, Jade, Rose, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy, and Dirk would have all been killed while stopping Caliborn's meteor from blowing up the Earth, establishing them as DecoyProtagonist[=s=] while it's made clear that this story isn't about the people who were canon's heroes, but instead focused on the RagtagBunchOfMisfits as they struggle banding together. This was axed because Fan felt that the incident would feel too similar to an infamous moment in the first third of ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' (spoilers for that: Kamina's death). Those same eight characters getting a bit more spotlight near the beginning and later getting hosipitalized in their fight was what remained of that, toned down considerably from the original plan]].
** Dash would have been called Dan, [[spoiler:and be an only child instead of one in a set of twins]].
** The fourth chapter was going to be [[BreatherEpisode a silly one]] that sort of divided 3 and what would have been 5. Namely, three itself was going to be split: the third chapter itself would have still covered Fred's introduction, then chapter five would have been about the climb to the mountain and Fred's summoning of Caliborn. It would have been a lot like a goofier 2/second half of 1 in terms of fighting just some random threat of the day, except that threat was an expy of [[FanFic/HousestuckHurrcainCrconikals Censo]][[FanFic/TotalZeksmitSeries rbot]] that in turn would have been revealed to be piloted by an expy of ''Crconikals''[='=]s Alucard wearing only boxers, his hat, glasses, and saying that he's attacking them because it's American. Needless to say, this would have been the BizarroEpisode. But this was thought of to be too goofy even by the story's lax standards, and having chapter 3 only be about Fred's ''introduction'' would make it a bit short. So the idea was made to introduce him and have him take action in the same chapter, what followed would be a forced exploration of the location they're stranded in, and the bizarro episode was scrapped outright.

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[[folder:LOL as if I'll HAVE a base in the first place]]

* BaseBreaker: In short, this is what happens when you have a fic with GrayAndBlackMorality.
** Courtney, when it became clear sometime around a little before the merge that the story will be portraying her as one of the heroes, even though [[spoiler:she voted off Gwen. The point of that was to show that it's ''okay'' to play a little competetively in a competetive gameshow, and that her getting Lindsay and Beth to vote for Gwen was completely non-malicious and wouldn't have worked if not for Gwen constantly backhand-insulting Beth near the end of the challenge, while Eva used lies and harsh tactacs to achieve her eliminations]]. Then there's the entire issue with her boyfriend Harold, which is just another can of worms alltogether for how [[WhatDoesHeSeeInHer coldly she seems to constantly treat him.]]
** Beth. Some are fine with her, others consider her a DesignatedHero. It doesn't help that she prolonged an already tiring and somewhat pointless and poorly written conflict with her friends by randomly deciding that she ''should'' start hating Lindsay back and get Courtney to both alienate her.
** [[FemaleMisogynist Zelda]]. It's generally understood that she's a TakeThat [=SJWs=] and showing off the faults in some of their worse logic. The question is whether she's ''funny'' as one, or if TZ is even the kind of story that even needs this kind of political stuff thrown in. Fortunately, [[spoiler:she doesn't last that long in ''Island'']].
*** The other part of her character -- which was also initially her only concept -- is probably more divisive. She's a parody of ''Island''/''Action''-era fanon. Or, that point in time where making Ezekiel into a {{Moe}} and having Katie and Cody become AscendedExtra[=s=] was ''really'' popular. She herself is, at first glance, a parody of fanon Ezekiel. This is either a just TakeThat at an OOC self-projection or it's spitefully shooting down a valid AlternativeCharacterInterpretation in a way that's probably even ''colder'' than the "zombie Ezekiel" play canon put on.
*** Near the end of the finale of ''Island'', [[spoiler:Kandi finally tries to do something by staging a huge rant where she calls Zelda racist for not talking about racial/[[FantasticRacism elemental classcial]] issues, basically taking one of her own methods and [[HoistByHisOwnPetard turning it against her.]] This leaves her speechless. Whether Zelda will improve in any way afterward is yet to be seen, as that happens close to the end of the chapter, she has not had any appearances after, and nothing -- not even a ''Side Stories'' update -- has been posted afterward]].
** Ezekiel himself. He's either entertaining in his own right, or TZ has such an extremely large and complicated world why are we focused on him? Some could argue that '''''anyone''''' would make a more interesting "non-TZ contestant" protagonist (''Side Stories'') or main host (the competitions) than him.
** Bridgette. Despite [[spoiler:losing just before the merge]], there's ''still'' tosses of her being a DesignatedHero and that the story seems to role with any negativity of her's, unless it's directed at Courtney. Yes, there was a whole "rock paper scissors" element around Bridgette, Courtney, and Izzy, where one was supposed to be a little more morally better than the other, except that this with Courtney seems to be the ''only'' time where Bridgette has been portrayed as NotSoAboveItAll.
* BaseBreaker:
** All of Team Multidate in general.
*** Let's start with the captain, Nepeta. The majority of the humor she contributes to the plot is very much... un-Homestucky in its feeling, which is either not a big catastrophy (how many fanworks ''are'' true to its exact form of humor?) or something really disrespectful and she's clearly turning it into a bad anime comedy. She's also the reason for the polygamy, which is just one part of the AudienceAlienatingPremise. And her "prank war" subplot with John just wasn't considered that entertaining and the equivillent of the Courtney-Lindsay-Beth subplot in ''Plains'' in terms of pointlessness and bad writing. This gets lampshaded when John of all people -- the only character who is a definitive [[TheScrappy Scrappy]] -- calls her out on how her wanting to move up from fodder to the big leagues just ended up turning her into a monster like Gamzee. She looks into a mirror, [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment sees herself as Gamzee in her clothes]], screams, and vows to tone down the act. Problem: She doesn't really.
*** Roxy, thanks to her over-eagerness in engaging in the project. It's either ''more'' of Pikmin Fan's completely unexplained demonizing of her by making her unlikable, or she's developing into something more CrazyAwesome than her canon instance and fits in perfectly with the feel of the story.
*** Terezi's manipulativeness has been compared to Justin's womanizing from ''Total Zeksmit'' (in fact, they are even considered "counterparts", as each show staff member has a corresponding TM member), except she's on here while Justin isn't despite the story's lack of monogamy because she's even ''more'' cold about it and seems to at times be toying around with emotions for no reason. While Justin may have a petty excuse for it (trying to best [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter Alejandro]]), it's at least ''an excuse''.
*** Meulin would normally be the least offensive out of the five, except that she's an [=A1=] troll. See below.
*** [[TheSixthRanger The fifth member]] would take the title of being the least offensive. [[spoiler:Dave. And he's really only on here because of [[ItsPopularNowItSucks Strider haters.]] Is he an interesting counter to TM and something of an OnlySaneMan or is this just a way to flood in Strider angst into an otherwise active group that's interesting without him? To say nothing about how this means now often lying to John who, Scrappy as he might be, is still his best friend]].
** The Beforan troll's existances. There are some who wish it should only be ''190 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems'' (as with ''120 Reasons'' by Act 6 haters but that's not as worthy of discussing), finding a way to write them out of being on the meteor, or at least limiting it to Aranea and Meenah. Problem, it's that exact atittude of insisting they always be fodder that got Pikmin Fan to shove them in the main cast over even the Cherubim. Although since most of them have gotten some character development, the hate has gone down a bit.
** The dream selves. The fact that they are confirmed to be getting DivergentCharacterEvolution and the concept of them will be explored way more deeply than canon did hints at repeating the most controversial things about Acts 5 and 6. Namely, multiplying the chat-handle-using cast. This is either a great plot point to shake up the otherwise monochromatic happenings on the meteor or shoving even more characters in a fic that already had too many. (Note that many who hated this idea also fall under the crowd of hating the [=A1=] troll's inclusions.)
*** It gets worse: By the end of Act 1 Act 1 -- which is really early in, '''dream selves can split off and make more alter-egoes'''. As in, in the form of even ''more'' characters. The population of the meteor might multiply like rabbits even though nobody's actually having sex.
** Duplicate Meulin herself, who is viewed as either an interesting antagonist with some good SerialEscalation involved, or a ReplacementScrappy to Lord English who is overpowered and seemingly given so many abilities to try to [[TheWorfEffect Worf]] him. (By terms of power; they do not exist in the same world.)
* BaseBreaker:
** Fred, since this marks his third appearance and his first one in a "long, serious fic" (KFTZ was StylisticSuck and ITF is a short story). He's... well, basically liked or disliked for the same reasons as Duplicate Meulin from ''496''. Some are sick of him, not liking his sexual harassment (calling him worse than ''Cronus'' since he's actually cutting off articles of clothing -- in the name of combat, but still) and find his bickering with Caliborn to be obnoxious. And there's the problems of him being a VillainSue, overpowering Caliborn (who, given [[HotterAndSexier the]] [[SubvertedTrope AU]], would be very fitting as an antagonist) and sapping away the title of main antagonist from him not unlike how some Marty Stus sap away the title of main character from the hero[[note]]In fact Pikmin Fan even did a parody of this, with Carl from ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' stealing the spotlight from Alucard[[/note]]. This, or he's a new and fresh take on a BigBad after the author's previous ''Homestuck''-centric adventures lacked one (The main villain of ''496'' is a copy of Meulin who acts like Lord English but with less personality, ''Dave's Hangover'' doesn't even really have an overarching villain, the entire Decathalon's was pretty generic borderline [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]]), and this is by far the deepest exploration of HumansAreTheRealMonsters done with the concept of his character. [[spoiler:It ''really'' doesn't help that Fred was intended to be the main villain all along; his overthrowing of Caliborn being thought of long before writing the story even started. With this in mind, as well as the maker's dislike of reusing canon villains as the antagonist, it just shakes things up all the more when Fred actually ''dethrones'' him]].
** Calliope. Some readers like the way she acts as a MoralityPet for about a dosen of the more... unstable or ruthless characters, but would rather have that be the overall focus of the story, hating how it's primarly action-themed and overtakes the character development at times. Others enjoy the actiony parts, fight scenes, and SerialEscalation and think that the story can really do without her at all as she slows down the combat [[spoiler:and with Caliborn being dead, a Calliope-Caliborn fight won't happen]]. Plus, she so far seems useless to the story becides being [[MrExposition Ms. Exposition]] and aformentioned "pet" character to the eviller teammates. There are very few readers who like both the fluff with her and the fighting/adventuring sequences.
* BaseBreaker:
** Witchita, mainly due to the sheer number of DracoInLeatherPants-itizings that ''insists'' that she's a lot more redeemable than she really is (yes, the story has been implying that she'll undergo a HeelFaceTurn, but it's not going to be anything instantainious) and those who pair her up with Duck and treat this hypothetical relationship as not having any problems. Add in very unpolite haters into the mix, and a character who would originally just have some fans and haters is practically a walking controversy storm. She is stated to be an {{Expy}} of the author's ''Homestuck'' fan fiction's IneffectualSympatheticVillain[=/=]deliberate BadassDecay-subjected Vriska, yet Fan accidentally managed to replicate one of the original purposes of the ''actual'' Vriska.
** Duck suffers from this but to a lesser extent. The fact that he's ''so'' obedient to the law (moreso than [[Literature/SoapTheLostElement Woat]]) to the point of bordering on LawfulStupid makes him a borderline annoyance compared to the demons, who almost have their own [[StealthPun spectrum]] of morality. There are some who wishes that he would just be an extra while the 360 takes the spotlight, while others find him being the central character and his interactions with the demons to be a big point of the story.
** Out of the 360, Blue is either pretty cute and entertaining and her better heart makes for a good contrast with the cynic and overtly devoted Red and Green respectively, or an annoying potential AuthorAvatar of Fan who belongs more in a bad anime than [=360DD=]'s world at all, let alone being one of the most major three demons. The fact that her color slot (''pure'' blue) is the one Pikmin Fan says that any rainbow is not a real rainbow without, as well as that [[MakingASplash her "element"]] not counting the obvious fire/raw plasma is the favorite of Pikmin's classical elements does not help matters at all, at least when it comes to the avatar accusations.
* BaseBreaker:
** Eve. Either a cool Kamina expy/alternate or a terrible ripoff of him that shouldn't have ended up as the story's final hero. The fact that she's so damn tropperiffic compared to almost everyone else doesn't help. There doesn't tend to be any middle ground here. Which is ironic, because that's actually ''not'' how Eve would want it. [[spoiler:Her "retirement" in reaction to Sarah's death just made it worse, and made a few more splits in the crowd]].
** [[spoiler:Joe and the Guardians. On one hand, they're new and fresh faces that have since came to represent the story finally losing all pretense of being a gritty deconstruction and shaping into more of the light-hearted action it really was. On the other, the creation myth is seen as an unnecessary distraction from the more potentially interesting war conflicts, and it really doesn't help that they make it seem like the whole plot was kicked off because some whiny teen wanted his created universe to turn itself into the one he's from]].

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[[folder:WHAT WILL HAVE THE TRAILER FOR WHAT]]

Already happened:
* ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'': Chapter 2 of ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]''.
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'': ''Swyyx Project'', also sets the standards for how MSPFA[=s=] will do this (while it would be more fitting if there was additional pages detailing the future work, this has its "'''THE END'''" link to a gif where Jade talks about the story itself, then it suddenly goes to a preview image of Eoflit).
* ''Carl Stevens Universe'': Season 4 of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.
* ''Hecksing: The Dawn'': ''naruto the guy with the ninja''.

Works that have ended but will retroactively have a preview added to them :
* ''Zombie Attack!'': ''naruto the guy with the ninja''.
* ''Kids Fit the Trolls'': Uh... chapter 2 of ''Movie Day''? It's the only story that I can really consider "appropriate" to this.

Future plans:
* ''Movie Day'': This will be unique for now in that the trailer is not after the closing AN, but instead the final preview that the Eds see before watching the movie. Fic itself is... ''Curse'', maybe, although that might make sense if it was what was being previewed in KFTT. (Since those two are supposed to be hosted on the same website.)
* ''Act 5 Vs Act 6'': I could be trollish and make the trailer one to ''Kids Fight the Zombies'', trollish because these two fics will be out on the exact same post. Actually, this isn't that bad of an idea, since KFTZ is not revealed to be called that or about a zombie story, so when someone opens the spoiler containing it, they do not expect to read the story that was just trailer'd back in [=A5VA6=].
* ''Kids Fight the Zombies'': This could be the actual trailer (I don't feel like giving two legit trailers in one story). Trailer itself will be for... I want to say ''Dave's Hangover'' but I don't know... TSIS? ''Soap'' if it isn't out by then? It probably wouldn't be out by then.
* ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'': The most ambiguous by far. The post-final AN scene actually takes place back in what first seems to be chapter 21, at the climax where the second generation is about to go back to the present. However, the coin flip lands scratch (using Terezi's coin, and it's a very unsubtle comment on how this is basically like repeating the concept of the scratch to give the guardians more development, since the original-scratched selves confusingly ''already existed'' in their Act 6/teenage forms, and yet they're co-existing with the original and they all have their own ancestors and...), so Rose shuts off the portal and giggles. John asks what do the past-guardians and ancestors want to do, and Rose says that since the timeline's already split, they're allowed to do whatever, even join the second generation in 2011. She also adds that they technically could have done whatever anyway, and it may still complete a loop. Roxy suggests playing a song, finding something she "knows they'll like," and whips out an ocarina. "The screen goes black" and then the notes for the Ballad of Duality play, implying that this is supposed to be heard over the blackness. "Up left up right right A down A." What makes this more... odd is that Fan implied that the BOD still always gives them genderbending powers anyway, and feels the need to specify this.
* ''Total Drama Race'': ''Calliope's Back Story''.
* ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'': Re-write Trilogy?
* ''Soap'': [=360DD=] season two?

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[[WMG:The "360" is part of something larger]]

Namely, the [[NumberOfTheBeast 6]][[ArcNumber 1]][[InnocuouslyImportantEpisode 6]]. It would sure make all of the droppings of that number actually mean something, for one. For another, the whole "key wheel" thing in ''Journals'' seem to suggest that 360 of the keys being color-related might be more than just padding it out, and instead foreshadowing at least one of the stories to feature the theme...

The wheel in question goes something like this: The edges are cut into sections numbered from 1 to 360 in a circle, likely representing the color-class keys. Right by them is another ring, into 12, numbered -1 to -12. Probably the twelve dark colors. Next in line is the 200 "element"/"material" keys, 28 "power" keys (supernatural classes/creatures), 16 "emotion" keys, and of course, the two keys of light and dark/yang and yin, which seem to outclass all others in importance. (Not only did the Journal himself outclass them, but their representation is a yin and yang symbol at the center of the wheel.)

Let's sort what character (group) could be what by story. To make this simpler, only things with the 360 in it in some way are counted:
* ''360 Degree Duck'':
** '''Bright Colors:''' The main demons.
** '''Light and Dark:''' Duck, despite being introduced first, might be the "light." Classing Witchita as the dark is a bit of a stretch since her purple matches the key of purple, so maybe she's a "decoy dark" character.
** '''The Ultima Lock:''' Icesky, despite the fact that there is already a Key of Ice (and keys of other cold-related stuff). As the story lingers on, she's been shown to be pretty... ''different'' from the rest of the group, and ultimately can't really be classed in with anyone aside from a vague "villains" or "antagonists" section.
* ''Crconikals'':
** '''Bright Colors:''' Kamina's co-worker Spartains.
** '''Dark Colors:''' [[spoiler:The opposing "angel" characters recently introduced]].
** '''Element/Material:''' The 100 daughters make up half. As for the other half, probably some of the women in Hecksing are filling that out. At least, Seras and Rip might have something, probably Cortana, Integra, Zorin, and Denise too. (This is even assuming that "key"-type characters are mostly female, what with Fan's love for ImprobablyFemaleCast[=s=]. However, there's little to no reason to assume that Carl, Kaitana, Captain, and especially Walter have anything going for them.)
** '''Light and Dark:''' Kamina himself and Alucard. Seriously, they mirror eachother in almost every way, and have to balance out to get things done, because as revealed in the Hot Springs Special, their personalities would get them killed in a more laid-back setting if they continue to act like how they are. As for whose the "light" one and whose the dark one, with Kamina being themed on breaking to the sunlight and whatnot and Alucard having shadow/vampire powers, it should be obvious.
** '''The Ultima Lock:''' Overseer? [[spoiler:Who says RIP isn't the Ultima Lock, considering how she IS the first character to use that pale azure, if via ret-con]].
* [[spoiler:The revised ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' now has the full Blue and Yellow Team pretty much filling out the entire roll. Whether this is where it ends or not is unknown]].

This might partially be jossed by author preference: He doesn't like the idea of characters being "born into" roles or "fated" to them, so there might not have it staged so that these groups will all gather together and take on the "Icesky" of them.

[[WMG:"The Illuminati" will serve as the final, and toughest, HRG that will be taken out. Rip is still slightly evil and slowly converting Hecksing into its revival, with her as the new leader]]

A concept sketch shows a diagram of Rip standing on top of a pyramid made out of the Rainbow Crew's symbols. One of her lenses is glared over, leaving only one eye visible. Hell, it might even be the "HRG" that Hitler himself is a part of. Or at least what he considers his group to be, since it's confirmed that he has more than just himself as part of whatever group it is that grants him the Nazicopters.

Regarding Rip, think of it this way. Since Seras is heavily derailed, Captain would just roll with anything, and Carl's a perverted idiot, it seems easy for Rip to trick them into jumping off a slippery slope. And maybe stealth in the original assistants to Hitler himself. Eventually, the world's top HRG fighter will also become the most dangerous HRG (especially as there's ''three'' vampires part of a daisy-chain that involves freaking ''Alucard''),

[[WMG:If Rip is slowly trying to hijack Hecksing (even if it would be going against her HeelRealization), then she intentionally rigged the deaths of Alucard, Integra, and Kamina]]

Consider the derailments of Seras listed above. With her out and Walter being a traitor, Alucard, Integra, and Kamina seem like the absolute least likely to be fooled into working for evil, especially to join it willingly. Rip may have known that Jan was going to get Alucard killed, and decided to take two birds with one stone by both faking her stupidity to try to get fired from Millennium ''and'' have him eliminated. She probably rigged the arresting event by making an allegence with the Troll Empress (which, by proxy, also forced the events of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' season four), and tried to see if Integra, Kamina, or possibly even Seras would get killed in the ensuing fight. Finally, there's Kamina, who Rip could have gotten killed by contacting Hitler and telling him that Kamina should be his number one priority.

The fact that Seras is ''incredibly'' aggressive towards evil might disprove this, but on the other hand, she could be Rip's final obstacle. Once Seras is down, all that leaves is Carl and Captain, who are basically puppets. And Pikmin in general seem to be easily guilible so long as you claim to be their god, and considering Rip's sheer powers they have little to believe otherwise...

[[WMG:Rip is the ectodaughter of all eight -- possibly sixteen, if the counterparts are in the mix -- second generation RC humans, and sent back in time]]

This wouldn't be the first time she was a descendant of RC incarnations, her past is ''still'' largely unknown despite her sheer screentime, there's that "illuminati"-ish image where she's mainly standing on ''the symbols of the humans'', and it would make for an inverse of the Troll Empress being the ultimate ancestor to all of the RC trolls.

* The counterparts probably wouldn't be in the mix, since that would mean, like, eight levels of incest.

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QUOTES:
* HUC:
** Season One: Alucard
** Season Two: Rip
** Season Three: Carl
** Season Four: Seras
* HHC Season One (One of Each then-Main Group):
** Chapter 1: John
** Chapter 2: Karkat
** Chapter 3: Roxy
** Chapter 4: Damara
* HHC Season Two (A1 Group):
** Chapter 5: Rufioh, Mituna
** Chapter 6: Kankri, Meulin, Porrim
** Chapter 7: Latula, Aranea, Horuss
** Chapter 8: Kurloz, Cronus, Meenah
* HHC Season Three (B2 Group):
** Chapter 9: Dirk
** Chapter 10: Jane, Jake
* HHC Season Four (Guardians & Ancestors):
** Chapter 11: Pop, Ma, Sis, Dad
** Chapter 12: Handmaid, Summoner, Ψiioniic, Signless, Disciple, Dolorosa, Redglare, Mindfang, Darkleer, Highblood, Dualscar, Condesce
** Chapter 13: Succubus, Inflamed, Electric, Vocalist, Huntress, Medicman, Sk8oardr, Karmagal, Gearbone, Scalper, Unithorn, Fuchsian
** Chapter 14: Nan, Pa, Mom, Bro
* HHC Season Five (Counterparts):
** Chapter 15: Jean, Jude, Ross, Dove, Joan, Jaky, Rory, Dian
** Chapter 16: Ardion, Tavass, Sliiou, Karkta, Netimp, Kanayo, Tezlom, Virkso, Equisa, Gamsis, Erdini, Fefian
** Chapter 17: Domoni, Ruflie, Mitchl, Kiriki, Yeulin, Porsiv, Latlin, Aramin, Haerus, Kursis, Cromie, Mannah
* HHC Season Six (A2 Group & B1 Group):
** Chapter 18: Aradia, Tavros, Sollux
** Chapter 19: Nepeta, Kanaya
** Chapter 20: Terezi, Vriska, Equius
** Chapter 21: Gamzee, Eridan, Feferi
** Chapter 22: Dave
** Chapter 23: Rose
* HHC Season Seven (Misc to give it a "This is the end" vibe):
** Chapter 24: Doc Scratch
** Chapter 25: Calliope
** Chapter 26: Jade

Alternate plans (the other five seasons stay the same):
* HHC Season Five (B1 & A2):
** Chapter 15: Aradia, Tavros, Sollux, Nepeta, Kanaya
** Chapter 16: Terezi, Vriska, Equius, Gamzee, Eridan, Feferi
** Chapter 17: Rose, Dave
* HHC Season Six (Counterparts):
** Chapter 18: (Ardion-Karkta)
** Chapter 19: (Netimp-Virkso)
** Chapter 20: (Equisa-Fefian)
** Chapter 21: (Domoni-Kirki)
** Chapter 22: (Yeulin-Aramin)
** Chapter 23: (Haerus-Mannah)

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"Well then. If you want to, the final battle will begin right now."

'''The Six Barriers''' is the twenty-fourth and third-to-last chapter of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Important events:
* Calliope elaborates on her back story, and explains that she's able to lead the Crew straight into Doc Scratch's final room.
* The return of all heroic or neutral characters that aren't dead.
* First GPF-wide appearance of anything ''Futurama'' related, after Farnsworth's appearance in chapter 9 was ret-conned away.
* Debut of Louis.
* Lead up to the final battle with Doc Scratch.

Trivia:
* This is the only chapter whose associated quote(s) given by Great Pikmin Fan is not by a member of the Rainbow Crew. In this case, it's by Doc Scratch, the main villain.

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"Go on now! I say go!"

'''Scratch'd''' is the twenty-fifth and second-to-last chapter of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Important events:
* Felt Tower being re-located to the moon.
* The deaths of Doc Scratch and Lord English, the debut of the latter.
* Calliope growing wings.
* John's seventh, shortest, and final (on-screen) visit to the Grand Canyon.
* The last of the story's events that took place in 2011.

Trivia:
* The Rainbow Crew's massive playthrough of ''Planet of Warcraft'' mimicks one of the final panels of ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'', where some of the main characters just sit down and play ''Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures'' after all of the conflict has been through.
* This chapter has the second-shortest title of the whole fan fic, behind "Prom." Interestingly, the character count in both of them is a multiple of four.

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"Thanks. Buddy."

'''Fun in 2041''' is the twenty-sixth and final chapter of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Important events:
* Reveal of developments the Rainbow Crew, and other characters, have done over the course of the years that this spanned over.
* The Rainbow Crew's "general wedding."
* John and Jade's wedding.
* Technically Andrew Hussie's first actual GPF-appearance. (He was implied to exist in some form in SJAHJ where, in a dream, John sees one of the topics of a forum has "S_O" as the last poster.)
* The Rainbow Crew's children are shown to take over the majority of the business, being far more active than the first or second generations, who generally lay back and vacation more. The third generation is the one doing the most crime-fighting.
* A re-visiting of the ending of ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', seen by a flying-over Hank.
* Mayor Quimby's (second?) death, and by extension, the confirmed final appearance of a ''Simpsons'' character in ''SBIG'' until further notice. Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are also off-handedly confirmed to have eventually died in combat in their 30s.
* The Zahhaks have been shown to succesfully perfect arrow fireworks.
* Carl remarks that the number of HRG[=s=] left is down to six, counting the fall of Section DCLXVI. Seras leaves the party at the final scene early in order to stop one when a radar picks it up.
* The story proper ends after John and Jade share a last kiss.
* Past the closing note is a scene that apparantly shows what happened in the "split"/"unloop" timeline that arose when Terezi's coin landed on scratch in chapter 21. Rose turns off the time portal to conserve power, says that the united two generations don't have to worry about making their timeline a loop because "someone else already covered it," and it's heavily implied that Roxy tried invoking or at least teaching the Ballad of Duality on the first generation.
* The end of season seven, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Trivia:
* This is the only chapter to have its name purposefully dropped. In this case, it's in the first line when the year finally reaches 2041. "Fun in 2041. We'll have fun in 2041."
* This chapter has a drastically different method of implimenting its "do not try this at home" disclaimer. First, because of the lack of an opening AN (to signify that this is the end), it's moved towards the bottom and before the "'''THE END.'''" that marks the finale of a story. Second, it's labeled in past tense, because of this. Third, it's more accurate to the ''Total Drama'' quote inspiration. Its "one badass" is "group of vampires," tieing in how HUC's "experts" are the vampires and the "badasses" are always something else.
* Regarding quotes associated to chapters by the author, this has the shortest out of all HHC chapters. It is also the only quote of season seven said by a human or a troll. It is also the only one to be said by someone who was a member of the Rainbow Crew since the first chapter.
** Season seven is the only season to have a members of different species for each quotes: Doc Scratch (dark magic puppet), Calliope (cherub/angel), Jade (human). No troll makes a quote for this season, and hasn't since chapter 21. (Which is ''also'' the last multi-quote chapter.)
* And with images, this chapter is the only one so far to have more than one image directly associated with it/posted along with the Tumblr post noting the update. The first is the actual final scene from the chapter, John and Jade's last on-screen kiss. The second is a select amount of the main Rainbow Crew members (John, Jade, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy) and Geno standing on a stage in their regular/pre-season three/"canon" outfits, all save Geno giving a farewell wave to the audience. Additionally, near the bottom of this post is a ''third'' image, but one to represent the fan fic as a whole. It's an alternate, "more accurate" version of the cover, with Vriska replaced by Jade, Jack replaced by Doc Scratch, the Medium replaced by Chicago (Skaia replaced by the Felt Tower), and John and Jade drawn technicolor and implied to be in their RC outfits.
* John's comments about wanting to go to a "simpler time" and Jade answering that with wanting to feel like she did before meeting so many other characters might be a self-jab at the fan fic, and GPF's, obsession with throwing in a number of characters and complexity into his works. It might, ''might'' also be another nod to the John/Jade pairing, since that was apparantly popular back when the cast was smaller.

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[[folder:Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Spoilers]]

WMG/FiveNightsAtFreddys2. Possibly. I don't feel like 100% going with this. And I wrote this late.

[[WMG:Obligatory joke crossover to the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode with the killer animatronics]]

[[spoiler:So being a prequel and the implication that it's before the murders josses the theory that ghost possesion is the ''sole'' reason behind this, so]]........?

Picture this. The Marionette is actually a {{yandere}}. It develops an obsession with any and all night-shift security guards, because it assumes that said night guard would be very willing to at least talk to the self-aware puppet during their shift. Alas, whoever takes the job is instead set in their office, away from the Prize Corner that it waits. The music box isn't preventing an error in the programming by creating a constant stream of noise -- it's giving the Marionette attention, a sign that its obsession is still, at the very least, paying some direct attention to it. Not winding the music box is a massive BerserkButton of its, which causes it to charge over to the player's location directly because it thinks he's abandoning it. Or it gets jealous of its own animatronic army and wants to do something more direct, feeling that the animals are getting more attention. Either way, the music box alone is still not enough (it just keeps the Marionette from being ''infuriated''), so it tries to do some dirtier work through possessing the animatronics using its ability to enter and alter electronics, still upset that Jeremy/Fritz isn't directly talking to it. The Marionette and its army are able to BrainUpload any targets into some kind of internal systems or whatever, then decide to get rid of the lifeless body by means of an animal suit. The player character is uploaded into it to live with the Marionette's virtual form forever (This could actually explain the minigames if you squint), while kid/other targets are taken into a LotusEaterMachine that can only be escaped when the doll is destroyed. The puppet thinks that this is the ideal solution, and calls it giving life.

[[spoiler:The pizzaria shuts down. The newer animatronics are scrapped. But the puppet escapes... somehow. Yet, having little to no power anymore, it's left in the dumps, or wherever it ends up. Either hid in the Freddy's that the first game took place in (as the second is a Stealth Prequel) until ''its'' shut-down, or the ghost-possession theory is correct on that account]]. Some years later, a dating sim developer or team of developers eventually come across a weird-looking puppet thing. Bought it in auction, found it, whatever. [[NightmareFetishist Liked its look.]] Then, by luck, stumbles upon some very unusual abilities it has. Maybe it has some kind of unknown advanced demon-chips or something. Then figures that this contains some technology that might lead to very advanced software, and [[EvilIsNotAToy uses it to cheat around tideous development work]]. After a bit of programming, Giffany is made, who turns out to have inherited more than her parent's self-awareness. She may not be as much of a psychopath as the Marionette (and can actually talk instead of screaming '''[[JumpScare RARHAAAAOOOOOR!]]'''), but that really, ''really'' isn't saying much.

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* ContemptibleCover: Parodied. ''Crconikals'' chapters are accompanied by an image of something relevant to the chapter. If FanService is involved (more often than usual, since ''Crconikals'' is HotterAndSexier as a whole) or just nudity, there's a chance that will be involved. Here's a complete list:
** HUC chapter 13: Naked rear-shots of Seras, [[FanDisservice Carl]], and Rip.
** HHC chapter 4: Naked rear-shot of Damara, after taking off her outfit as a protest of the Felt.
** HHC chapter 6: Naked rear-shot of Porrim, blissfully removing her towel in front of the entire Rainbow Crew at the time.
** HHC chapter 16: The entire cast in the buff.
** HTD chapter 6?: Kamina and twelve of his Spartain friends, also naked.
** All installments invert this with their fanfiction.net covers. ''Hecksing''[='=]s, while it is probably the least perverted of the three, is a simple paste-over of the cover for ''Film/UndercoverBrother''. ''Housestuck''[='=]s shows the tops of God Tiered-John and Vriska appearing to be in battle against Bec Noir. ''Dawn'' is just ''Twilight: New Dawn''[='=]s cover with ''Hellsing'' characters pasted over. All three of them are a bit more explicit than they would lead to believe, and ''Housestuck''[='=]s cover is a flat-out lie.
** This is also averted for HHC's "alternate cover," which is just like the cover it has on fanfiction.net, except editting so that it's accurate to the story. Jade's in the place of Vriska, Doc Scratch giving a BadassArmFold is in the place of Bec Noir, and some crudely-drawn city representing Chicago (with a giant green building, the Felt Tower) in the background replacing Skaia/the Medium. Also, John and Jade are given small noses and ears as well as technicolor skin, to mirror their appearances in HHC's concept art and upcoming comic (as well as something closer to Fan's "style" for ''Homestuck''-related works post-SJAHJ). The only objectionable thing is that they're implied to be wearing their Rainbow Crew outfits -- John looks like he completely lacks a shirt, and Jade has bare green skin and what appears to be the bra straps of her combat-swimsuit, but this is hardly a big deal since the heads were cutoff from the shoulders down anyway, and their outfits aren't that offensive compared to other's.

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''For Bun B to get his mother''[[AC: home safetly]]
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[[WMG: Mike Schmidt likes to be scared]]

to:

[[WMG: Der wagga-wagga snorkle-snorkle [[WMG:TV Tropes is plaftz.]]
Fer whitz dee bloop-bloop!

[[WMG:The wiki sandbox is a Time Lord.]]
Everything else is a Time Lord, so why not the wiki sandbox? It can do '''bold''' and ''italic'', and make [[PotholeMagnet potholes]]. Also, the wiki sandbox has a TARDIS, though its chameleon circuit disguised it as this tiny ASCII art. (It's BiggerOnTheInside.)

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[[WMG:Custom titles are broken.]]
Just look at these:
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AconnecticutYankeeInKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutyankeeInKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeinKingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInkingArthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingarthursCourt
* Literature/AConnecticutYankeeInKingArthurscourt

[[WMG:The mass of 1 pound is 0.4536 kilograms.]]
Wolfram|Alpha told me. Now that's how you do wild ''mass'' guessing. (Am I supposed to pothole IncrediblyLamePun, or LiteralMinded?)

[[WMG:Custom titles do not always work.]]
The first link displays the custom title, but the second link does not.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotPolitical
* WhatDoYouMeanitsNotPolitical

! The "!" formatting can make boxes identical to the "WMG" formatting.

You can tell
controlled by this page whether this was confirmed or jossed.

Sonic 2 Dimps Edition

[[WMG:The Toads in Decalburg (and possibly the entire PM: SS world) are zombies]]

http://nicocw.deviantart.com/art/DECALBURG-337848123

VideoGame/{{Action52}}

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* "Oh my God, this the future! Note to self: Arlen has been renamed 'Fartland.'" "Wait a minute, this isn't the future, this is the past! Bill's gonna trip over that pot hole!" "Nancy, if there's anything you want to do now, for the love of God just do it!"

{{Wikia}}

[[WMG:The wraiths are combinations of the ghosts of Pikmin killed in the previous games -- or something like that]]

[[spoiler:The "family" (though the two instances we see are pretty different) isn't introduced until ''2'', which begins with the only known Pikmin being five Reds, Yellows, and Blues each, which already gives some implications that many of them died down between the two games. So even if ZeroCasualtyRun[=s=] are considered canon, there's that to suggest their deaths. The wraiths bear somewhat humanoid shapes, even though the only creature coming close to this native on the planet is the Pikmin themselves. The Waterwraith specifically only targets Captains over Pikmin (though this could be attributed to AI limitations) and it seemingly follows them specifically down the cave, and the Plasm Wraith holds an odd want to keep Olimar with it.]]

The Waterwraith in particular raises some suspicion, both due to its only known weakness being a member of the Pikmin family and its location containing the highest amount of Bulbmin in the game. It probably hid out in Submerged Castle deliberatley to try to limit Olimar and Louie's arsonal so that there was less of a chance the team would fight it off.

One last thing to note, before the later two instalments color-coded the ghosts, in the first game the Pikmin ghosts were a pale blue, somewhat like a more opaque color scheme that the Waterwraith has.

* SequelHook:
** This was even present in the first game, if only slightly: the best ending includes a brief scene with [[spoiler:several Onions, all except for maybe a blue one bearing colors of Pikmin not seen in this game. Of course, given how Purple and White Pikmin do not have Onions in the second game, and how the Onion's design was changed (possibly from evolution) in the third, this bit of possible foreshadowing seems odd in hindsight]].
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse What happened to [[spoiler:the numerous, other-colored Onions]] seen in the best ending of the first game? Especially since none of the new Pikmin introduced in the second have Onions, and the third game changes their design? Or the Purple and White Pikmin at the end of the second, given how they weren't even ''seen'' at all in the 100% ending sequence among the Pikmin crowd?
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse
** The first game's best ending had [[spoiler:a number of Onions flying up in space. ]]

(FridgeHorror)
* The Waterwraith. It '''A''': Is a humanoid creature in a series where the only other humanoids ([[spoiler:before the Plasm Wraith comes in]]) are the Pikmin themselves and where humanity has been confirmed by WordOfGod to have died out, and '''B''': Doesn't leave a ghost when it's killed. Nearly every other enemy in the series (''including'' [[spoiler:the illusions created by the Plasm Wraith]]) leave ghosts when killed. So that really adds to the big question one might have about it: what the hell ''is'' this thing?

[[WMG:Every page on this wiki will eventually mention the Poochie episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'']]

And I am only adding to the list with this WMG. Man, Poochie is like one of those memetic [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCPs]] or something.

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[[folder:Warp that Aesop]]

DarthWiki/WarpThatAesop <-- This page should explain why the following looks so weird.

* General:
** [[NakedPeopleAreFunny Naked People are]] [[FullFrontalAssault Psychopaths]]. Well, more like naked men. Nudist women can be (but are not always, especially when dark powers are involved) perfectly normal people.[[note]]''A Slash of Mortality'': Never mind. It's the people who ''enforce clothing'' that are evil.[[/note]]
** Things happen when you own a cat. (As lots of plots are kicked off or finished by cat-like or cat-themed people; Nepeta, Felicia, Steven Universe, Schrodinger (by accident)...)
** Jumping into a river and being carried by it [[ExactWords is a life-changing event.]] Something to ride on optional.
* ''Crconikals'' universe:
** General:
*** [[GodwinsLaw Blame Hitler]] for most of your problems. Or any other dictator. That one guy who hacked into your MMORPG? He works for Hitler. Your former ally suddenly unleashed a weapon on the country? It's because he started working for Hitler. Your trump card fighter got blown up? Hitler's flunkie did it. Some annoying guy moved into your city? It's because Hitler didn't have ''enough'' bad guys out for them to fight. Got falsely accused of something? Not Hitler-related, but instead caused by a secret underground alien leader.
*** Your life is just one big joke and your death is the punchline. (This also applies to ''SBIG'' as a whole.)
** ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'':
*** Orgies fix everything.[[note]]''Dave's Hangover'': No they don't.[[/note]]
*** HardWorkHardlyWorks and your job can easily be replaced by some random rocker who basically got lost and hired off the street.
** ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'':
*** Using [[{{Fanservice}} sex appeal]] to rank in donations is A-OK.
*** Incest is okay and even a bit hot, but horse-related perversions aren't.
*** Relatedly to the above two: If you see someone wearing a horse mask, just steal their money.
*** If your friends start dying, you have two options: A: Wait for some dead guy to help them out, or B: Throw their corpses into a machine, because it might use some stem-cell related powers or something to save them.
*** Crime-fighting is best done while sticking with your guardian figure, or some older person that you were descended from.
*** Shoot someone's boyfriend/girlfriend now, tell them that said boyfriend/girlfriend was abusive and a stalker later. After the person's figured it out. They'll thank you later, when you're both in the buff.
*** Giving over a dosen criminals that you have been fighting for the past week or so a poorly-written essay that essentially acts as a StrawLoser will make them turn their lives around.
*** Ignoring the weight capacity of something may, as odd as it sounds, ''save'' your life someday.
* ''360 Degree Duck'':
** Your life becomes better the moment you decide to kill your boss. But it's okay because your boss was secretly planning on invading and destroying another country anyway.
** Any slightest imperfection or annoying trope in a work of media will ruin it permanently. Including this one.[[note]]Actually, if you subtract "permanently" and some hyperbole, this kind of ''is'' what the more medial humor is about.[[/note]]
** Going with comparing their Earth/Hell to our countries, you will not find love outside of foreigners.
** And going even further, foreigners (and some Americans too) don't really mind nudity. The irony is that this is the point of more than one joke in ''Crconikals'', where every non-American country has no anti-nudity laws, and even some of the American characters (the entire Rainbow Crew, possibly Alucard, Felicia and the other catwomen if you factor in ''New Super Dale Gribble U'', etc) don't really hold anything back.
** If you're poor, just become a vigilante. Life will turn around... eventually.[[note]]On the flip side -- and more accurate to the story itself -- heroes are doomed to live in poverty unless a miracle drags them out, while being a criminal almost garuntees you money.[[/note]]
** (This overlaps with Andrea from ''Total Zeksmit'') If you, somehow or someway, have advanced body durability/healing powers, the only possible thing you can do with it is get into life-threatening situations to save others. Or to put it in more real-world terms, if you're built for the military, join it no questions asked.
* ''Everburn'' and just about every ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' work he's written: Everybody you will meet is a lot more/will become a lot more competant and awesome than [[ThisLoserIsYou you]].
* ''Total Zeksmit'':
** Reality TV is the best way to make friends. Whether you play in it or are even its host or show staff.
** Cosplaying as Homer Simpson is a good career choice in the long run.
** Hosting a talk show is all about pissing people off. (Although Ezekiel seems to ''actually believe this'', [[spoiler:that or his was plotting Geoff to be fired all along. Which seeing as this is Ezekiel, is unlikely]])
* ''496 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems'':
** Polgamy fixes everything.
** Racism is okay as long as it's being used in a Satanicish ritual to summon a deity.
** The older generation is the superior one, while all the younger generation accomplishes amounts to useless bitching in comparason. (This story goes by the thought that pre-scratch = original ectochildren. So, the post-scratch trolls and (thanks to their dreamselves) post-scratch humans are the ones doing much more than their pre-scratch counterparts).
** The only good way to enjoy a video game is by deciding not to play it the proper way at all. Tear it apart and summon a massive GameBreaker. Because games are evil and doing this is the proper way to ensure good for the future of mankind.
** Does this enemy seem to be impossible to take down? Don't worry, just wait for them to accidentally make some way or thing with about equal power to them that you can use against them.
** Listen to the homeless. They always have great advice.[[note]]Okay, John is the ''only one'' who calls Nepeta a hobo (and [[YouKeepUsingThatWord that's still not technically the right term]], since a hobo is a wanderer and Nepeta has an established cave/hive), but still.[[/note]]
* ''Dave's Hangover'':
** AIIsACrapshoot can happen if you robot build under the influence. Don't drink and robobuild, kids! It could mean the difference between life and hundreds of deaths!
** Making intentionally shitty movies is a great way to get laid. In fact, you'll land yourself in a bed with dozens of women without even trying!
** Alcohol can turn your life into an action movie! ...With a little extra "action" beforehand, wink wink nudge nudge.
** And alcohol can also excuse any and all actions taken. Acted up in a plane? "I was drunk." Burned everyone's clothes? "I was drunk." Unleashed a killer robot on everyone? "I was drunk." Bam, instant forgiveness.
** Smaller boats are a better option than larger boats. With the former, you don't have to worry about evil mechas, giant sea monsters, getting shipwrecked on a deadly island, etc. Bad crap is drawn to the bigger boats.
** Getting a tattoo on your ass could save your life in the future.
** Get rid of the first four words in the bullet point directly above this one. That is also true, depending on how your butt is. (This also applies for ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' at least.)
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'':
** Trust nobody. Everyone you meet is either a jerkass or a psychopath. Including your own child.
** Let your inner instincts get the girl/guy of your dreams for you. Just trust your subconsious, because it's always right.
** Alcoholics are either violent sociopaths, idiot vigilanties who could endanger the place, or overall people you want to avoid.
** Rich people are jerks. (The Lalondes, Striders, and Harleys are all ridiculously rich. The former two pairs of kids are outright villains later on, while the latter... Jake is nice, but Jade's douchebaggery more-than makes up for the both of them.)
* ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'': The only way homeschoolers can make friends is by manipulaing them. Because that would lead to a turn of events where they'll all be after the same guy.
* ''A Slash of Mortality'':
** [[TeensAreMonsters Teenagers suck]] and people will praise you for beating one.
** If too many nations are warring, just summon God, expose him as a jerkass, and [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu beat him in a fight.]] Bam, world peace.
** ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is the source of our world's problems.
** All groups are capable of redemption save for KOTH characters. They should be killed instead, since there's no hope that they won't stop trying to take over the world.
** First half, [[CharacterDevelopment not so much the second]]: It doesn't matter if you're black, white, red, brown, or yellow... but if you're [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation blue]], you're either a Rossiu-esque StrawVulcan willing to doom whole squads to [[AFateWorseThanDeath being in the core of the sun for millennia]] or one of the WellIntentionedExtremists that tries to BeamSpam missiles at everyone. Or you're a background citizen. In that matter, it also doesn't matter if you're green, purple, pink, teal, maroon, gold, emerald, gray, olive... just as long as you're not blue.
*** [[MindScrew It also does matter if]] [[NonstandardCharacterDesign your outline looks funny and inconsistent.]]
** Having super powers sucks. You'll get hated by your own creations and severly injured, if not maybe ''killed'' by them.
** You'll make friends with anyone by walking around to them wearing nothing but a cape and a sword-holder, then casually explaining to them why they're dicks. This is also grade-A strategy for winning battles and wars.
** Relatedly: Getting naked can save the universe.
** Give an ex-dictator a pet cat. That will fix their issues.
** People who dissappeared are really living good, if slightly boring and imprisoned, lives. There should be no rush to investigate them: They'll just come out on their own eventually.
** Science can take you anywhere! ...As long as you live in a world that has a substance that A: Can allow for travelling faster than the speed of light, B: Can be manipulated into forms of matter, and C: is self-replenishing. We're doomed to stay on this planet forever.
** Cheating on your husband might lead to the endangerment of other universes, since your kid will find out, go crazy over it, and get God powers with that crazyness.
* ''The Journals of Wisdom, Power, and Courage'':
** Dating sims and creepy guys with a lot of holiday spirit can make for good ParentalSustitute[=s=].
** Being a hero is all about how willing you are to charge blindly into something, no matter how much stronger it appears to be than you. Don't worry, your mentor will help back you up.

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I try not to have two series go in a row. Since one of these is six-sided and they are all come from different works of media, this isn't too easy. (And I broke this rule by having two battles with EENE characters, and in fact the former one is EENE Vs EENE so)
* The first rappers in SBIG[[note]]Not counting Clint Eastwood or the raps Jade and Kanaya did in SJAHJ[[/note]]: Gumball Watterson (''Gumball Vs Satan'') Vs Conker the Squirrel (''Technically'' a ShowWithinAShow in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but it's pretty much 100% drawn from his canon game)
* They've got into a battle before; also opposites: WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse (A CompositeCharacter of his CSU, DC, and ITTWTI selves) Vs [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Carl]] [[OriginalCharacter Stevens]] (''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'')
* {{Badass}}es who are a part of a really large army and from GPF's original fiction: Eoflitt Swyyx (''Blue Sun'' and its related series) Vs Duck Prince (''This Story is Sexist!'')
* First two published stories: [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Eddy]] (''The Eds' [=EDventure=]'') Vs [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Edd]] (''Zombie Attack!'')
* Plot Hijackers: [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Ezekiel Smithy]] (''Total Zeksmit'' with a small dash of ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'' so that this makes more sense) Vs [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Nepeta Leijon]] (''496 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems'') [[spoiler:Vs [[WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball Carrie Kreuger]] (''Gumball Vs Satan'' and all of the derivatives from that incarnation) Vs [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy Lee Kanker]] (A composite of every time she's been the BigBad) Vs [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Rip Van Winkle]] (mostly ''Crconikals'', but she mentions her ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' self) Vs [[WesternAnimation/BrandyAndMrWhiskers Mr. Whiskers]] (''Simpsons Meet Brandy and Mr. Whiskers'')]] '''(Mid-Season Finale)'''
* Opposites who have fought in their fic: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Dale Gribble]] Vs [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Felicia]] (Both ''New Super Dale Gribble U'')
* Bispectacled extras-turned-sidekicks with an army of clones: [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Jade Harley]] (CompositeCharacter of every work where Jade was the second (except for ''Sweet Jade and Hella John''), mostly regarding the CD, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'') Vs [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Connie]] (''I Thought Those Were the Ingredients'' and sequels; nods to ''Desert City'')
* Good Vs Evil Blonde Battle: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Bobby Hill]] (''Everburn'') Vs ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' (''naruto the guy with the ninja'')
* "Pimps": [[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Harold McGrady]] (''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'', a little bit of ''Total Drama Race'' thanks to [[AccidentalPervert its]] [[TheNudifyer ending]]) Vs [[Webcomic/{{Homestuck}} Dave Strider]] (''Dave's Hangover'')
* "Just to get it out of the way"/animated sitcom dads who have been refered to a lot in GPF's history: [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]] (Incarnation(s) unknown) Vs [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Hank Hill]] (Incarnation(s) unknown, but seems to involve the Fox Crew in a way) (Upcoming) '''(Season Finale)'''

Future planned battles include:
* People who are written to piss the readers off/Pikmin Fan's personal Scrappies: [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Elroy "Lucky" Kleinschmidt]] (his {{Badass}} dark arts version from ''the Hill King'') Vs ???? (likely Gamzee Makara)
* Made something invovling Alucard now, draw comparasons later: [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Alucard Badguy]] (''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'') Vs ????
* The entire Intervention Group is planned to rap at some point, and something will be done with the full-blood Crystal Gems.
* ''Maybe'' an EvilRedhead battle (or AntiHero for the former): Kathy (''Total Zeksmit'') Vs Jib (''Ed, Edd n Eddy's Awesome Edventures'')

Heavily subject to change, except for the first one and the concept of "Green Witch, Orange Witch."
* Piloting to Hell: Duck Prince, AKA superhero Darren Detonation, faces some economical issues when his previous roommate in Starpoke Apartments moves out. In addition to his ongoing battle against his witch rival named Witchita, he finds out that his new roommate is a demon named Red -- who intends on bringing a lot more from where she came from, both good and bad.
* Even Dark Things Have Shadows: A strange crowd of burgulars start robbing both Starpoke's residents (now composed of 360 demons as well as Duck) and Witchita, they each race to see who will crack down on the people responsible first. This serves as introduction to Witchita's minions.
* Why Lies Hurt: After finding out in the previous episode that Witchita plans to launch something called a "Pearl Comet", a large space station which can crash into a point on Earth to be used for financial gain, Duck and the demons with him find themselves against a building powered by lies.
* Nudity: A sculpture seeming to date to the renaissance era causes a big change in media. However, more than enough clues point to there being something fishy about this...
* Hell Vs Hail: Red's normally kind-hearted experimental split-off/sister comes up to Earth for a visit. Unfortunately, while she's caring to Hell's residents, to Earth she isn't nearly as generous. (This could also be either the season finale or the start of the next season.)
* Green Witch, Orange Witch: Odd events happening in the Amazon and the Great Pyramids of Giza lead a handful of the demons (and Duck) to explore each of those locations. Unfortunately, it turns out that the causes of both of them are ultimately friends of Witchita, and the three witches gather for a major showdown. '''(Season Finale.)'''

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''Calliope's Back Story'' is one of the many fanworks of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' by Great Pikmin Fan, and probably the strangest one that isn't an outright StylisticSuck fic.

!! This

* TheAce:
** ''Jane'' of all people, having a total of ''four'' [[WeaponOfChoice Weapons of Choice]] ([[{{BFS}} the Crocker Blade]], a feather that can double as a whip or rope, and her usual array of spoons and forks) -- all of them being very powerful. Not only that, but she's shown as a running gag to have a large number of talents, leading to some chapters where she's useful yet others where she lacks a common skill to make up for it (such as a complete innability of swimming).
* ArcFatigue:
** The Seperation Arc. It may only be six chapters long, and they're short by Fan's standards (not saying much at all though), but it's jarring in that it comes right after a WhamEpisode marking both Fred and later Caliborn's debut, and how it's focused on more of the character's adventures in the strange world they ended up in even though it seemed like the previous chapter 3 was moving away from that. It really doesn't help that the cast ends up in the exact same state they were just before the arc started; right on the mountain, staring [[spoiler:Castle English]] down. Nor that it's twice as long as the story leading up before it, in terms of chapter count. The arc immediately after that, dubbed the Aerial Assault Arc, may have only been one chapter shorter, but it was more bearable since each chapter gave a huge feeling of progression. This just felt like CharacterDevelopment and building on the stranded area that's not going to be revisited for a while.
* ArcWords: "I try not to intervene..."
* DarkestHour: As of now, the end of chapter 10 holds that record. [[spoiler:Dash is dead, the other main characters are forced to sleep within the walls of Castle English, and after it's been explicitely established that Fred and Caliborn know they're in there, risking death. Finally, Caliborn is working up an enormous meteor to terrorize Earth, and Fred's beoming closer to being a DimensionLord]].
* DecoyProtagonist: Non-fatal examples, for once.
** The story was never actually about Calliope. Ever. It might have been, but the more the author thought about it, the more it turned out to be less about the rest of the heroes bonding over her and more about their adventures in this alternate-ish version of ''Homestuck''[='=]s world.
** The fic makes it look like it's about how John, Jade, Rose, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy, and Dirk are all the only sane people with an ounce of competance, and how the former trolls/former guardians are all a hopeless DysfunctionJunction who are largely there for one-note comic relief. [[spoiler:Then they finally get some development in the first "true" arc, the seperation arc. Then John and co get hospitalized, and everybody else has to take over from there]].
* EnemyMine: Almost a necessity since this is trying to band together several groups where more than one of them involved killing eachother in canon. Condes in particular outright says that she would have allied with Fred if he had given her the chance, and acts openly hostile to most of the other major characters (especially John but with [[MoralityPet Calliope]] as a noteworthy exception).
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters:
** Yep, a lot of the elements ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' and ''496'' had are coming back. To start, there's the sixteen originally-human characters, the ''forty-eight'' originally-troll characters, [[spoiler:and they all have OppositeSexClone[=s=] ]]. Villains so far include Fred, Caliborn, the other seven guardian Cherubim, the new people Fred seems to be amassing, and the various monsters of the week. Then Dash and Calliope add two more to the heroes. The only thing that hasn't been confirmed so far is some kind of color-coded "alternate self" to them ala the dreamselves in ''496'' or the counterparts in HHC, but [[spoiler:seeing at there the gender-bends were not ''seperate'' but instead often merged in with the main character -- they can flip sexes either at will (HHC, after playing the Ballad of Duality) or by dreamself magic (496), but they're already seperate here]], that would mean that counterparts would increase the cast more than either of those two aformentioned stories have before.
** Calliope has spoke of alternate dimensions. The sheer character increase yet again is lampshaded by how the closing note of the same chapter has the "view" eventually pan out to the reader after Fan closes off the notes with "yep, there might be more characters on the horizon" and said reader is shown contemplating on [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere giving up reading.]]
* MoodWhiplash: The first few chapters are all about this, establishing just what kind of fic this would be. The beginning looks like it's going to be a slightly dreary, realistic story about a group of adults who are forced to work as strippers. Then their place gets ''air-lifted'' into the middle of a jungle. Then, from that and the second chapter, it's about them fighting weird monsters done in a playful way as well as meeting Calliope, and it looks to be an even sillier succeedor to ''Dave's Hangover''. (Or ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'', but without the outright ''stupid'' elements.) Then chapter 3 hits, gives rise to a major threat, and kicks off its first arc by launching everyone to different locations and making them spend the next six chapters work on getting back.
* MythologyGag:
** ''Everyone'' switches from the swimsuits they had on at the beginning to their outfits from ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' when the former is blown away by Fred at the end of chapter 3. There are ''some'' exceptions so that the outfits are a bit more believable, but those are still far and few in-between.
* [[OurProductSucks Our Story Sucks]]: First trailer for it, posted on Fan's Tumblr blog, consisted of John noticing a billboard for it, [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks horrified by the]] HotterAndSexier redesigns, and rushing to see a trailer (yes, within this trailer, which is more like a story if anything) of it and raging so hard he passes out. It was originally going to give him a heart attack, but Fan felt that this would be too cruel.
* ShooOutTheClowns: [[spoiler:Dash, the story's version of Dad Egbert, getting killed unceremoniously during the Aerial Assault Arc, in a HeroicSacrifice to slow down Castle English's flight so that the crew can break into it]].
* ShoutOut:
** The immediate area that the heroes were stuck in was confirmed to have geography based on Pi'illo Island from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'', with a number of elements swapped around to the point where Fan hd to confirm this by his own word. About the only constant that remained is that the "central/main/starting location" is located directly south of the mountains. If you squint, you can draw parallels with the beach/near caves and Driftwood Shore, and the desert with Dosing Sands. The plains/forest that the original-B-players (John, Jade, Rose, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy, Dirk) get stuck in is like a mash between Mushrise Park and Somnom Woods. Mount Pajamaja is "divided" between the mountain (DeathMountain aspects), lava (lava bits; this location is technically considered part of the desert's territory), and snowy (the tundra) regions. The graveyard is new. Most obviously, Prospit is Pi'illo Castle, the small ruins are Wakeport/Wake Isle, and Castle English is Neo Bowser Castle with some serious revamping.
* SpiritualSuccessor: This is supposed to combine and have elements of ''496 Reasons'', ''Dave's Hangover'', and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''. Mostly the large cast and usage of the guardians/ancestors and trying to make them into their own characters from their Scratch counterparts.
** SpiritualAntithesis: And yet it's far darker than the latter two, and makes a point that unlike any of the three, it's going to be a bit more than just an episodic romp with some distant, over-looming threat.[[note]]''496'' may have had a definitive final villain and MythArc, but the majority of the story was about fighting things that came onto/were originated in the meteor and it was focused almost purely on character development; ''Dave's Hangover'' doesn't have a set villain aside from a thrice-appearing Aradiabot, that was shut down before the second half; and HHC is still a StylisticSuck story at heart, and the villain Doc Scratch isn't even involved in four out of seven of its arcs.[[/note]] There is also, surprisingly, NoHuggingNoKissing so far, which is the opposite extreme of ''496'' having {{Polyamory}} as a ForegoneConclusion. Fan even went as far as to class this as some "genre"/pseudo-series or something called ''8stuck'', and explicitely said that none of aformentioned fanworks are classed as it as well. Finally, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking this lacks Hank Hill, who had appeared in all three of those in some extent.]] (Hanksprite, a minor cameo that would have beem a bit bigger of a role, and Hank the... plant fairy... thing).
* WalkingSpoiler:
** [[spoiler:Caliborn, for the fact that he is present in this story and thanks to the extremely long subversion (Straight play if you consider GPF's history and think of Fred as the "old villain". Subversion if you consider canon and think of Caliborn as the main villain) of HijackedByGanon where he ''seems'' to be the real villain with Fred as a front, but Fred eventually re-jacks the plot from him]].
** [[spoiler:The "lettered" versions of the cast. They don't show up until after Dash dies, are heavily linked to a major plot development, and they are the key to finally leaving the jungle area, which also breaks the status quo that the story had held since]].
** In a similar vein, [[spoiler:everyone's genderbent counterpart. Not only are their existances supposed to be surprises, but the reasoning too. Fred ends up making OppositeSexClone[=s=] of everybody, but for the sole purpose of keeping them knocked out in test tubes while he drains out their energies]].
* WhamEpisode:
** Chapter 3. Our BigBad Fred is introduced in the beginning, and he seems to know a lot about the universe's secrets. ''Caliborn'' is introduced at the end, and they use energy to build Castle English, which is powerful enough to send the heroes scattered throughout the island. Chapter 2 gave vibes that this was just some episodic romp. 1 also did, after an intentionally misleading beginning. But this shows that this ''isn't'' really going to be ''Dave's Hangover 2.0'' in sharing its sillier, MonsterOfTheWeek-esque format. (There are several MOTW[=s=], just that the recurring villains are a lot more prominent and bigger threats.)
** Chapter 10. [[spoiler:Dash dies, Caliborn is about to destroy the Earth, the wild area the characters were stranded in wasn't even Earth, and John finds a series of body tubes that happen to contain genderbent clones of everyone (save Dash and Calliope). Also, it's just about confirmed that the heroes will no longer be stranded]].
** Chapter 14. [[spoiler:They make it to Earth, but the thought-to-be main characters are now so badly injured that they're out of comission for the following storyline. Caliborn is dead after trying to reclaim his title of BigBad after Fred screws him over, but he uses the kernelnecklace to divide his and the lead's life energies into seven hypothetical successors. Meanwhile, Fred now knows how to contact other strange creatures, and seems to be building himself an evil band of sorts]].
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Originally, there was an idea for a story called ''Rainbow'', which would either be a slightly more serious (but nowhere near {{Deconstruction}} levels) one set in the split timeline in ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''. Then it was going to be a slightly more serious redo of HHC, basically HHC except written like a more legit story. While this idea did not ''evolve'' from that, it eventually "replaced" it.
** The main cast was all going to be female, with [[spoiler:the same gender-bent clones in place, just that they're all male version of each of the cast]].
** [[spoiler:John, Jade, Rose, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy, and Dirk would have all been killed while stopping Caliborn's meteor from blowing up the Earth, establishing them as DecoyProtagonist[=s=] while it's made clear that this story isn't about the people who were canon's heroes, but instead focused on the RagtagBunchOfMisfits as they struggle banding together. This was axed because Fan felt that the incident would feel too similar to an infamous moment in the first third of ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' (spoilers for that: Kamina's death). Those same eight characters getting a bit more spotlight near the beginning and later getting hosipitalized in their fight was what remained of that, toned down considerably from the original plan]].
** Dash would have been called Dan, [[spoiler:and be an only child instead of one in a set of twins]].
** The fourth chapter was going to be [[BreatherEpisode a silly one]] that sort of divided 3 and what would have been 5. Namely, three itself was going to be split: the third chapter itself would have still covered Fred's introduction, then chapter five would have been about the climb to the mountain and Fred's summoning of Caliborn. It would have been a lot like a goofier 2/second half of 1 in terms of fighting just some random threat of the day, except that threat was an expy of [[FanFic/HousestuckHurrcainCrconikals Censo]][[FanFic/TotalZeksmitSeries rbot]] that in turn would have been revealed to be piloted by an expy of ''Crconikals''[='=]s Alucard wearing only boxers, his hat, glasses, and saying that he's attacking them because it's American. Needless to say, this would have been the BizarroEpisode. But this was thought of to be too goofy even by the story's lax standards, and having chapter 3 only be about Fred's ''introduction'' would make it a bit short. So the idea was made to introduce him and have him take action in the same chapter, what followed would be a forced exploration of the location they're stranded in, and the bizarro episode was scrapped outright.

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[[folder:LOL as if I'll HAVE a base in the first place]]

* BaseBreaker: In short, this is what happens when you have a fic with GrayAndBlackMorality.
** Courtney, when it became clear sometime around a little before the merge that the story will be portraying her as one of the heroes, even though [[spoiler:she voted off Gwen. The point of that was to show that it's ''okay'' to play a little competetively in a competetive gameshow, and that her getting Lindsay and Beth to vote for Gwen was completely non-malicious and wouldn't have worked if not for Gwen constantly backhand-insulting Beth near the end of the challenge, while Eva used lies and harsh tactacs to achieve her eliminations]]. Then there's the entire issue with her boyfriend Harold, which is just another can of worms alltogether for how [[WhatDoesHeSeeInHer coldly she seems to constantly treat him.]]
** Beth. Some are fine with her, others consider her a DesignatedHero. It doesn't help that she prolonged an already tiring and somewhat pointless and poorly written conflict with her friends by randomly deciding that she ''should'' start hating Lindsay back and get Courtney to both alienate her.
** [[FemaleMisogynist Zelda]]. It's generally understood that she's a TakeThat [=SJWs=] and showing off the faults in some of their worse logic. The question is whether she's ''funny'' as one, or if TZ is even the kind of story that even needs this kind of political stuff thrown in. Fortunately, [[spoiler:she doesn't last that long in ''Island'']].
*** The other part of her character -- which was also initially her only concept -- is probably more divisive. She's a parody of ''Island''/''Action''-era fanon. Or, that point in time where making Ezekiel into a {{Moe}} and having Katie and Cody become AscendedExtra[=s=] was ''really'' popular. She herself is, at first glance, a parody of fanon Ezekiel. This is either a just TakeThat at an OOC self-projection or it's spitefully shooting down a valid AlternativeCharacterInterpretation in a way that's probably even ''colder'' than the "zombie Ezekiel" play canon put on.
*** Near the end of the finale of ''Island'', [[spoiler:Kandi finally tries to do something by staging a huge rant where she calls Zelda racist for not talking about racial/[[FantasticRacism elemental classcial]] issues, basically taking one of her own methods and [[HoistByHisOwnPetard turning it against her.]] This leaves her speechless. Whether Zelda will improve in any way afterward is yet to be seen, as that happens close to the end of the chapter, she has not had any appearances after, and nothing -- not even a ''Side Stories'' update -- has been posted afterward]].
** Ezekiel himself. He's either entertaining in his own right, or TZ has such an extremely large and complicated world why are we focused on him? Some could argue that '''''anyone''''' would make a more interesting "non-TZ contestant" protagonist (''Side Stories'') or main host (the competitions) than him.
** Bridgette. Despite [[spoiler:losing just before the merge]], there's ''still'' tosses of her being a DesignatedHero and that the story seems to role with any negativity of her's, unless it's directed at Courtney. Yes, there was a whole "rock paper scissors" element around Bridgette, Courtney, and Izzy, where one was supposed to be a little more morally better than the other, except that this with Courtney seems to be the ''only'' time where Bridgette has been portrayed as NotSoAboveItAll.
* BaseBreaker:
** All of Team Multidate in general.
*** Let's start with the captain, Nepeta. The majority of the humor she contributes to the plot is very much... un-Homestucky in its feeling, which is either not a big catastrophy (how many fanworks ''are'' true to its exact form of humor?) or something really disrespectful and she's clearly turning it into a bad anime comedy. She's also the reason for the polygamy, which is just one part of the AudienceAlienatingPremise. And her "prank war" subplot with John just wasn't considered that entertaining and the equivillent of the Courtney-Lindsay-Beth subplot in ''Plains'' in terms of pointlessness and bad writing. This gets lampshaded when John of all people -- the only character who is a definitive [[TheScrappy Scrappy]] -- calls her out on how her wanting to move up from fodder to the big leagues just ended up turning her into a monster like Gamzee. She looks into a mirror, [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment sees herself as Gamzee in her clothes]], screams, and vows to tone down the act. Problem: She doesn't really.
*** Roxy, thanks to her over-eagerness in engaging in the project. It's either ''more'' of Pikmin Fan's completely unexplained demonizing of her by making her unlikable, or she's developing into something more CrazyAwesome than her canon instance and fits in perfectly with the feel of the story.
*** Terezi's manipulativeness has been compared to Justin's womanizing from ''Total Zeksmit'' (in fact, they are even considered "counterparts", as each show staff member has a corresponding TM member), except she's on here while Justin isn't despite the story's lack of monogamy because she's even ''more'' cold about it and seems to at times be toying around with emotions for no reason. While Justin may have a petty excuse for it (trying to best [[AlwaysSomeoneBetter Alejandro]]), it's at least ''an excuse''.
*** Meulin would normally be the least offensive out of the five, except that she's an [=A1=] troll. See below.
*** [[TheSixthRanger The fifth member]] would take the title of being the least offensive. [[spoiler:Dave. And he's really only on here because of [[ItsPopularNowItSucks Strider haters.]] Is he an interesting counter to TM and something of an OnlySaneMan or is this just a way to flood in Strider angst into an otherwise active group that's interesting without him? To say nothing about how this means now often lying to John who, Scrappy as he might be, is still his best friend]].
** The Beforan troll's existances. There are some who wish it should only be ''190 Reasons Why Multidating is More Complicated than it Seems'' (as with ''120 Reasons'' by Act 6 haters but that's not as worthy of discussing), finding a way to write them out of being on the meteor, or at least limiting it to Aranea and Meenah. Problem, it's that exact atittude of insisting they always be fodder that got Pikmin Fan to shove them in the main cast over even the Cherubim. Although since most of them have gotten some character development, the hate has gone down a bit.
** The dream selves. The fact that they are confirmed to be getting DivergentCharacterEvolution and the concept of them will be explored way more deeply than canon did hints at repeating the most controversial things about Acts 5 and 6. Namely, multiplying the chat-handle-using cast. This is either a great plot point to shake up the otherwise monochromatic happenings on the meteor or shoving even more characters in a fic that already had too many. (Note that many who hated this idea also fall under the crowd of hating the [=A1=] troll's inclusions.)
*** It gets worse: By the end of Act 1 Act 1 -- which is really early in, '''dream selves can split off and make more alter-egoes'''. As in, in the form of even ''more'' characters. The population of the meteor might multiply like rabbits even though nobody's actually having sex.
** Duplicate Meulin herself, who is viewed as either an interesting antagonist with some good SerialEscalation involved, or a ReplacementScrappy to Lord English who is overpowered and seemingly given so many abilities to try to [[TheWorfEffect Worf]] him. (By terms of power; they do not exist in the same world.)
* BaseBreaker:
** Fred, since this marks his third appearance and his first one in a "long, serious fic" (KFTZ was StylisticSuck and ITF is a short story). He's... well, basically liked or disliked for the same reasons as Duplicate Meulin from ''496''. Some are sick of him, not liking his sexual harassment (calling him worse than ''Cronus'' since he's actually cutting off articles of clothing -- in the name of combat, but still) and find his bickering with Caliborn to be obnoxious. And there's the problems of him being a VillainSue, overpowering Caliborn (who, given [[HotterAndSexier the]] [[SubvertedTrope AU]], would be very fitting as an antagonist) and sapping away the title of main antagonist from him not unlike how some Marty Stus sap away the title of main character from the hero[[note]]In fact Pikmin Fan even did a parody of this, with Carl from ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'' stealing the spotlight from Alucard[[/note]]. This, or he's a new and fresh take on a BigBad after the author's previous ''Homestuck''-centric adventures lacked one (The main villain of ''496'' is a copy of Meulin who acts like Lord English but with less personality, ''Dave's Hangover'' doesn't even really have an overarching villain, the entire Decathalon's was pretty generic borderline [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]]), and this is by far the deepest exploration of HumansAreTheRealMonsters done with the concept of his character. [[spoiler:It ''really'' doesn't help that Fred was intended to be the main villain all along; his overthrowing of Caliborn being thought of long before writing the story even started. With this in mind, as well as the maker's dislike of reusing canon villains as the antagonist, it just shakes things up all the more when Fred actually ''dethrones'' him]].
** Calliope. Some readers like the way she acts as a MoralityPet for about a dosen of the more... unstable or ruthless characters, but would rather have that be the overall focus of the story, hating how it's primarly action-themed and overtakes the character development at times. Others enjoy the actiony parts, fight scenes, and SerialEscalation and think that the story can really do without her at all as she slows down the combat [[spoiler:and with Caliborn being dead, a Calliope-Caliborn fight won't happen]]. Plus, she so far seems useless to the story becides being [[MrExposition Ms. Exposition]] and aformentioned "pet" character to the eviller teammates. There are very few readers who like both the fluff with her and the fighting/adventuring sequences.
* BaseBreaker:
** Witchita, mainly due to the sheer number of DracoInLeatherPants-itizings that ''insists'' that she's a lot more redeemable than she really is (yes, the story has been implying that she'll undergo a HeelFaceTurn, but it's not going to be anything instantainious) and those who pair her up with Duck and treat this hypothetical relationship as not having any problems. Add in very unpolite haters into the mix, and a character who would originally just have some fans and haters is practically a walking controversy storm. She is stated to be an {{Expy}} of the author's ''Homestuck'' fan fiction's IneffectualSympatheticVillain[=/=]deliberate BadassDecay-subjected Vriska, yet Fan accidentally managed to replicate one of the original purposes of the ''actual'' Vriska.
** Duck suffers from this but to a lesser extent. The fact that he's ''so'' obedient to the law (moreso than [[Literature/SoapTheLostElement Woat]]) to the point of bordering on LawfulStupid makes him a borderline annoyance compared to the demons, who almost have their own [[StealthPun spectrum]] of morality. There are some who wishes that he would just be an extra while the 360 takes the spotlight, while others find him being the central character and his interactions with the demons to be a big point of the story.
** Out of the 360, Blue is either pretty cute and entertaining and her better heart makes for a good contrast with the cynic and overtly devoted Red and Green respectively, or an annoying potential AuthorAvatar of Fan who belongs more in a bad anime than [=360DD=]'s world at all, let alone being one of the most major three demons. The fact that her color slot (''pure'' blue) is the one Pikmin Fan says that any rainbow is not a real rainbow without, as well as that [[MakingASplash her "element"]] not counting the obvious fire/raw plasma is the favorite of Pikmin's classical elements does not help matters at all, at least when it comes to the avatar accusations.
* BaseBreaker:
** Eve. Either a cool Kamina expy/alternate or a terrible ripoff of him that shouldn't have ended up as the story's final hero. The fact that she's so damn tropperiffic compared to almost everyone else doesn't help. There doesn't tend to be any middle ground here. Which is ironic, because that's actually ''not'' how Eve would want it. [[spoiler:Her "retirement" in reaction to Sarah's death just made it worse, and made a few more splits in the crowd]].
** [[spoiler:Joe and the Guardians. On one hand, they're new and fresh faces that have since came to represent the story finally losing all pretense of being a gritty deconstruction and shaping into more of the light-hearted action it really was. On the other, the creation myth is seen as an unnecessary distraction from the more potentially interesting war conflicts, and it really doesn't help that they make it seem like the whole plot was kicked off because some whiny teen wanted his created universe to turn itself into the one he's from]].

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[[folder:WHAT WILL HAVE THE TRAILER FOR WHAT]]

Already happened:
* ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'': Chapter 2 of ''The Eds' [=EDventure=]''.
* ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'': ''Swyyx Project'', also sets the standards for how MSPFA[=s=] will do this (while it would be more fitting if there was additional pages detailing the future work, this has its "'''THE END'''" link to a gif where Jade talks about the story itself, then it suddenly goes to a preview image of Eoflit).
* ''Carl Stevens Universe'': Season 4 of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.
* ''Hecksing: The Dawn'': ''naruto the guy with the ninja''.

Works that have ended but will retroactively have a preview added to them :
* ''Zombie Attack!'': ''naruto the guy with the ninja''.
* ''Kids Fit the Trolls'': Uh... chapter 2 of ''Movie Day''? It's the only story that I can really consider "appropriate" to this.

Future plans:
* ''Movie Day'': This will be unique for now in that the trailer is not after the closing AN, but instead the final preview that the Eds see before watching the movie. Fic itself is... ''Curse'', maybe, although that might make sense if it was what was being previewed in KFTT. (Since those two are supposed to be hosted on the same website.)
* ''Act 5 Vs Act 6'': I could be trollish and make the trailer one to ''Kids Fight the Zombies'', trollish because these two fics will be out on the exact same post. Actually, this isn't that bad of an idea, since KFTZ is not revealed to be called that or about a zombie story, so when someone opens the spoiler containing it, they do not expect to read the story that was just trailer'd back in [=A5VA6=].
* ''Kids Fight the Zombies'': This could be the actual trailer (I don't feel like giving two legit trailers in one story). Trailer itself will be for... I want to say ''Dave's Hangover'' but I don't know... TSIS? ''Soap'' if it isn't out by then? It probably wouldn't be out by then.
* ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'': The most ambiguous by far. The post-final AN scene actually takes place back in what first seems to be chapter 21, at the climax where the second generation is about to go back to the present. However, the coin flip lands scratch (using Terezi's coin, and it's a very unsubtle comment on how this is basically like repeating the concept of the scratch to give the guardians more development, since the original-scratched selves confusingly ''already existed'' in their Act 6/teenage forms, and yet they're co-existing with the original and they all have their own ancestors and...), so Rose shuts off the portal and giggles. John asks what do the past-guardians and ancestors want to do, and Rose says that since the timeline's already split, they're allowed to do whatever, even join the second generation in 2011. She also adds that they technically could have done whatever anyway, and it may still complete a loop. Roxy suggests playing a song, finding something she "knows they'll like," and whips out an ocarina. "The screen goes black" and then the notes for the Ballad of Duality play, implying that this is supposed to be heard over the blackness. "Up left up right right A down A." What makes this more... odd is that Fan implied that the BOD still always gives them genderbending powers anyway, and feels the need to specify this.
* ''Total Drama Race'': ''Calliope's Back Story''.
* ''Total Drama World Tour Rewrite'': Re-write Trilogy?
* ''Soap'': [=360DD=] season two?

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[[folder:Wimg]]

[[WMG:The "360" is part of something larger]]

Namely, the [[NumberOfTheBeast 6]][[ArcNumber 1]][[InnocuouslyImportantEpisode 6]]. It would sure make all of the droppings of that number actually mean something, for one. For another, the whole "key wheel" thing in ''Journals'' seem to suggest that 360 of the keys being color-related might be more than just padding it out, and instead foreshadowing at least one of the stories to feature the theme...

The wheel in question goes something like this: The edges are cut into sections numbered from 1 to 360 in a circle, likely representing the color-class keys. Right by them is another ring, into 12, numbered -1 to -12. Probably the twelve dark colors. Next in line is the 200 "element"/"material" keys, 28 "power" keys (supernatural classes/creatures), 16 "emotion" keys, and of course, the two keys of light and dark/yang and yin, which seem to outclass all others in importance. (Not only did the Journal himself outclass them, but their representation is a yin and yang symbol at the center of the wheel.)

Let's sort what character (group) could be what by story. To make this simpler, only things with the 360 in it in some way are counted:
* ''360 Degree Duck'':
** '''Bright Colors:''' The main demons.
** '''Light and Dark:''' Duck, despite being introduced first, might be the "light." Classing Witchita as the dark is a bit of a stretch since her purple matches the key of purple, so maybe she's a "decoy dark" character.
** '''The Ultima Lock:''' Icesky, despite the fact that there is already a Key of Ice (and keys of other cold-related stuff). As the story lingers on, she's been shown to be pretty... ''different'' from the rest of the group, and ultimately can't really be classed in with anyone aside from a vague "villains" or "antagonists" section.
* ''Crconikals'':
** '''Bright Colors:''' Kamina's co-worker Spartains.
** '''Dark Colors:''' [[spoiler:The opposing "angel" characters recently introduced]].
** '''Element/Material:''' The 100 daughters make up half. As for the other half, probably some of the women in Hecksing are filling that out. At least, Seras and Rip might have something, probably Cortana, Integra, Zorin, and Denise too. (This is even assuming that "key"-type characters are mostly female, what with Fan's love for ImprobablyFemaleCast[=s=]. However, there's little to no reason to assume that Carl, Kaitana, Captain, and especially Walter have anything going for them.)
** '''Light and Dark:''' Kamina himself and Alucard. Seriously, they mirror eachother in almost every way, and have to balance out to get things done, because as revealed in the Hot Springs Special, their personalities would get them killed in a more laid-back setting if they continue to act like how they are. As for whose the "light" one and whose the dark one, with Kamina being themed on breaking to the sunlight and whatnot and Alucard having shadow/vampire powers, it should be obvious.
** '''The Ultima Lock:''' Overseer? [[spoiler:Who says RIP isn't the Ultima Lock, considering how she IS the first character to use that pale azure, if via ret-con]].
* [[spoiler:The revised ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'' now has the full Blue and Yellow Team pretty much filling out the entire roll. Whether this is where it ends or not is unknown]].

This might partially be jossed by author preference: He doesn't like the idea of characters being "born into" roles or "fated" to them, so there might not have it staged so that these groups will all gather together and take on the "Icesky" of them.

[[WMG:"The Illuminati" will serve as the final, and toughest, HRG that will be taken out. Rip is still slightly evil and slowly converting Hecksing into its revival, with her as the new leader]]

A concept sketch shows a diagram of Rip standing on top of a pyramid made out of the Rainbow Crew's symbols. One of her lenses is glared over, leaving only one eye visible. Hell, it might even be the "HRG" that Hitler himself is a part of. Or at least what he considers his group to be, since it's confirmed that he has more than just himself as part of whatever group it is that grants him the Nazicopters.

Regarding Rip, think of it this way. Since Seras is heavily derailed, Captain would just roll with anything, and Carl's a perverted idiot, it seems easy for Rip to trick them into jumping off a slippery slope. And maybe stealth in the original assistants to Hitler himself. Eventually, the world's top HRG fighter will also become the most dangerous HRG (especially as there's ''three'' vampires part of a daisy-chain that involves freaking ''Alucard''),

[[WMG:If Rip is slowly trying to hijack Hecksing (even if it would be going against her HeelRealization), then she intentionally rigged the deaths of Alucard, Integra, and Kamina]]

Consider the derailments of Seras listed above. With her out and Walter being a traitor, Alucard, Integra, and Kamina seem like the absolute least likely to be fooled into working for evil, especially to join it willingly. Rip may have known that Jan was going to get Alucard killed, and decided to take two birds with one stone by both faking her stupidity to try to get fired from Millennium ''and'' have him eliminated. She probably rigged the arresting event by making an allegence with the Troll Empress (which, by proxy, also forced the events of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals'' season four), and tried to see if Integra, Kamina, or possibly even Seras would get killed in the ensuing fight. Finally, there's Kamina, who Rip could have gotten killed by contacting Hitler and telling him that Kamina should be his number one priority.

The fact that Seras is ''incredibly'' aggressive towards evil might disprove this, but on the other hand, she could be Rip's final obstacle. Once Seras is down, all that leaves is Carl and Captain, who are basically puppets. And Pikmin in general seem to be easily guilible so long as you claim to be their god, and considering Rip's sheer powers they have little to believe otherwise...

[[WMG:Rip is the ectodaughter of all eight -- possibly sixteen, if the counterparts are in the mix -- second generation RC humans, and sent back in time]]

This wouldn't be the first time she was a descendant of RC incarnations, her past is ''still'' largely unknown despite her sheer screentime, there's that "illuminati"-ish image where she's mainly standing on ''the symbols of the humans'', and it would make for an inverse of the Troll Empress being the ultimate ancestor to all of the RC trolls.

* The counterparts probably wouldn't be in the mix, since that would mean, like, eight levels of incest.

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[[folder:Not Wimg]]

QUOTES:
* HUC:
** Season One: Alucard
** Season Two: Rip
** Season Three: Carl
** Season Four: Seras
* HHC Season One (One of Each then-Main Group):
** Chapter 1: John
** Chapter 2: Karkat
** Chapter 3: Roxy
** Chapter 4: Damara
* HHC Season Two (A1 Group):
** Chapter 5: Rufioh, Mituna
** Chapter 6: Kankri, Meulin, Porrim
** Chapter 7: Latula, Aranea, Horuss
** Chapter 8: Kurloz, Cronus, Meenah
* HHC Season Three (B2 Group):
** Chapter 9: Dirk
** Chapter 10: Jane, Jake
* HHC Season Four (Guardians & Ancestors):
** Chapter 11: Pop, Ma, Sis, Dad
** Chapter 12: Handmaid, Summoner, Ψiioniic, Signless, Disciple, Dolorosa, Redglare, Mindfang, Darkleer, Highblood, Dualscar, Condesce
** Chapter 13: Succubus, Inflamed, Electric, Vocalist, Huntress, Medicman, Sk8oardr, Karmagal, Gearbone, Scalper, Unithorn, Fuchsian
** Chapter 14: Nan, Pa, Mom, Bro
* HHC Season Five (Counterparts):
** Chapter 15: Jean, Jude, Ross, Dove, Joan, Jaky, Rory, Dian
** Chapter 16: Ardion, Tavass, Sliiou, Karkta, Netimp, Kanayo, Tezlom, Virkso, Equisa, Gamsis, Erdini, Fefian
** Chapter 17: Domoni, Ruflie, Mitchl, Kiriki, Yeulin, Porsiv, Latlin, Aramin, Haerus, Kursis, Cromie, Mannah
* HHC Season Six (A2 Group & B1 Group):
** Chapter 18: Aradia, Tavros, Sollux
** Chapter 19: Nepeta, Kanaya
** Chapter 20: Terezi, Vriska, Equius
** Chapter 21: Gamzee, Eridan, Feferi
** Chapter 22: Dave
** Chapter 23: Rose
* HHC Season Seven (Misc to give it a "This is the end" vibe):
** Chapter 24: Doc Scratch
** Chapter 25: Calliope
** Chapter 26: Jade

Alternate plans (the other five seasons stay the same):
* HHC Season Five (B1 & A2):
** Chapter 15: Aradia, Tavros, Sollux, Nepeta, Kanaya
** Chapter 16: Terezi, Vriska, Equius, Gamzee, Eridan, Feferi
** Chapter 17: Rose, Dave
* HHC Season Six (Counterparts):
** Chapter 18: (Ardion-Karkta)
** Chapter 19: (Netimp-Virkso)
** Chapter 20: (Equisa-Fefian)
** Chapter 21: (Domoni-Kirki)
** Chapter 22: (Yeulin-Aramin)
** Chapter 23: (Haerus-Mannah)

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"Well then. If you want to, the final battle will begin right now."

'''The Six Barriers''' is the twenty-fourth and third-to-last chapter of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Important events:
* Calliope elaborates on her back story, and explains that she's able to lead the Crew straight into Doc Scratch's final room.
* The return of all heroic or neutral characters that aren't dead.
* First GPF-wide appearance of anything ''Futurama'' related, after Farnsworth's appearance in chapter 9 was ret-conned away.
* Debut of Louis.
* Lead up to the final battle with Doc Scratch.

Trivia:
* This is the only chapter whose associated quote(s) given by Great Pikmin Fan is not by a member of the Rainbow Crew. In this case, it's by Doc Scratch, the main villain.

[=+-+=]

"Go on now! I say go!"

'''Scratch'd''' is the twenty-fifth and second-to-last chapter of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Important events:
* Felt Tower being re-located to the moon.
* The deaths of Doc Scratch and Lord English, the debut of the latter.
* Calliope growing wings.
* John's seventh, shortest, and final (on-screen) visit to the Grand Canyon.
* The last of the story's events that took place in 2011.

Trivia:
* The Rainbow Crew's massive playthrough of ''Planet of Warcraft'' mimicks one of the final panels of ''Sweet Jade and Hella John'', where some of the main characters just sit down and play ''Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures'' after all of the conflict has been through.
* This chapter has the second-shortest title of the whole fan fic, behind "Prom." Interestingly, the character count in both of them is a multiple of four.

[=+-+=]

"Thanks. Buddy."

'''Fun in 2041''' is the twenty-sixth and final chapter of ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Important events:
* Reveal of developments the Rainbow Crew, and other characters, have done over the course of the years that this spanned over.
* The Rainbow Crew's "general wedding."
* John and Jade's wedding.
* Technically Andrew Hussie's first actual GPF-appearance. (He was implied to exist in some form in SJAHJ where, in a dream, John sees one of the topics of a forum has "S_O" as the last poster.)
* The Rainbow Crew's children are shown to take over the majority of the business, being far more active than the first or second generations, who generally lay back and vacation more. The third generation is the one doing the most crime-fighting.
* A re-visiting of the ending of ''Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals'', seen by a flying-over Hank.
* Mayor Quimby's (second?) death, and by extension, the confirmed final appearance of a ''Simpsons'' character in ''SBIG'' until further notice. Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are also off-handedly confirmed to have eventually died in combat in their 30s.
* The Zahhaks have been shown to succesfully perfect arrow fireworks.
* Carl remarks that the number of HRG[=s=] left is down to six, counting the fall of Section DCLXVI. Seras leaves the party at the final scene early in order to stop one when a radar picks it up.
* The story proper ends after John and Jade share a last kiss.
* Past the closing note is a scene that apparantly shows what happened in the "split"/"unloop" timeline that arose when Terezi's coin landed on scratch in chapter 21. Rose turns off the time portal to conserve power, says that the united two generations don't have to worry about making their timeline a loop because "someone else already covered it," and it's heavily implied that Roxy tried invoking or at least teaching the Ballad of Duality on the first generation.
* The end of season seven, and ''Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals''.

Trivia:
* This is the only chapter to have its name purposefully dropped. In this case, it's in the first line when the year finally reaches 2041. "Fun in 2041. We'll have fun in 2041."
* This chapter has a drastically different method of implimenting its "do not try this at home" disclaimer. First, because of the lack of an opening AN (to signify that this is the end), it's moved towards the bottom and before the "'''THE END.'''" that marks the finale of a story. Second, it's labeled in past tense, because of this. Third, it's more accurate to the ''Total Drama'' quote inspiration. Its "one badass" is "group of vampires," tieing in how HUC's "experts" are the vampires and the "badasses" are always something else.
* Regarding quotes associated to chapters by the author, this has the shortest out of all HHC chapters. It is also the only quote of season seven said by a human or a troll. It is also the only one to be said by someone who was a member of the Rainbow Crew since the first chapter.
** Season seven is the only season to have a members of different species for each quotes: Doc Scratch (dark magic puppet), Calliope (cherub/angel), Jade (human). No troll makes a quote for this season, and hasn't since chapter 21. (Which is ''also'' the last multi-quote chapter.)
* And with images, this chapter is the only one so far to have more than one image directly associated with it/posted along with the Tumblr post noting the update. The first is the actual final scene from the chapter, John and Jade's last on-screen kiss. The second is a select amount of the main Rainbow Crew members (John, Jade, Dave, Jane, Jake, Roxy) and Geno standing on a stage in their regular/pre-season three/"canon" outfits, all save Geno giving a farewell wave to the audience. Additionally, near the bottom of this post is a ''third'' image, but one to represent the fan fic as a whole. It's an alternate, "more accurate" version of the cover, with Vriska replaced by Jade, Jack replaced by Doc Scratch, the Medium replaced by Chicago (Skaia replaced by the Felt Tower), and John and Jade drawn technicolor and implied to be in their RC outfits.
* John's comments about wanting to go to a "simpler time" and Jade answering that with wanting to feel like she did before meeting so many other characters might be a self-jab at the fan fic, and GPF's, obsession with throwing in a number of characters and complexity into his works. It might, ''might'' also be another nod to the John/Jade pairing, since that was apparantly popular back when the cast was smaller.

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[[folder:Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Spoilers]]

WMG/FiveNightsAtFreddys2. Possibly. I don't feel like 100% going with this. And I wrote this late.

[[WMG:Obligatory joke crossover to the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode with the killer animatronics]]

[[spoiler:So being a prequel and the implication that it's before the murders josses the theory that ghost possesion is the ''sole'' reason behind this, so]]........?

Picture this. The Marionette is actually a {{yandere}}. It develops an obsession with any and all night-shift security guards, because it assumes that said night guard would be very willing to at least talk to the self-aware puppet during their shift. Alas, whoever takes the job is instead set in their office, away from the Prize Corner that it waits. The music box isn't preventing an error in the programming by creating a constant stream of noise -- it's giving the Marionette attention, a sign that its obsession is still, at the very least, paying some direct attention to it. Not winding the music box is a massive BerserkButton of its, which causes it to charge over to the player's location directly because it thinks he's abandoning it. Or it gets jealous of its own animatronic army and wants to do something more direct, feeling that the animals are getting more attention. Either way, the music box alone is still not enough (it just keeps the Marionette from being ''infuriated''), so it tries to do some dirtier work through possessing the animatronics using its ability to enter and alter electronics, still upset that Jeremy/Fritz isn't directly talking to it. The Marionette and its army are able to BrainUpload any targets into some kind of internal systems or whatever, then decide to get rid of the lifeless body by means of an animal suit. The player character is uploaded into it to live with the Marionette's virtual form forever (This could actually explain the minigames if you squint), while kid/other targets are taken into a LotusEaterMachine that can only be escaped when the doll is destroyed. The puppet thinks that this is the ideal solution, and calls it giving life.

[[spoiler:The pizzaria shuts down. The newer animatronics are scrapped. But the puppet escapes... somehow. Yet, having little to no power anymore, it's left in the dumps, or wherever it ends up. Either hid in the Freddy's that the first game took place in (as the second is a Stealth Prequel) until ''its'' shut-down, or the ghost-possession theory is correct on that account]]. Some years later, a dating sim developer or team of developers eventually come across a weird-looking puppet thing. Bought it in auction, found it, whatever. [[NightmareFetishist Liked its look.]] Then, by luck, stumbles upon some very unusual abilities it has. Maybe it has some kind of unknown advanced demon-chips or something. Then figures that this contains some technology that might lead to very advanced software, and [[EvilIsNotAToy uses it to cheat around tideous development work]]. After a bit of programming, Giffany is made, who turns out to have inherited more than her parent's self-awareness. She may not be as much of a psychopath as the Marionette (and can actually talk instead of screaming '''[[JumpScare RARHAAAAOOOOOR!]]'''), but that really, ''really'' isn't saying much.

[[/folder]]

* ContemptibleCover: Parodied. ''Crconikals'' chapters are accompanied by an image of something relevant to the chapter. If FanService is involved (more often than usual, since ''Crconikals'' is HotterAndSexier as a whole) or just nudity, there's a chance that will be involved. Here's a complete list:
** HUC chapter 13: Naked rear-shots of Seras, [[FanDisservice Carl]], and Rip.
** HHC chapter 4: Naked rear-shot of Damara, after taking off her outfit as a protest of the Felt.
** HHC chapter 6: Naked rear-shot of Porrim, blissfully removing her towel in front of the entire Rainbow Crew at the time.
** HHC chapter 16: The entire cast in the buff.
** HTD chapter 6?: Kamina and twelve of his Spartain friends, also naked.
** All installments invert this with their fanfiction.net covers. ''Hecksing''[='=]s, while it is probably the least perverted of the three, is a simple paste-over of the cover for ''Film/UndercoverBrother''. ''Housestuck''[='=]s shows the tops of God Tiered-John and Vriska appearing to be in battle against Bec Noir. ''Dawn'' is just ''Twilight: New Dawn''[='=]s cover with ''Hellsing'' characters pasted over. All three of them are a bit more explicit than they would lead to believe, and ''Housestuck''[='=]s cover is a flat-out lie.
** This is also averted for HHC's "alternate cover," which is just like the cover it has on fanfiction.net, except editting so that it's accurate to the story. Jade's in the place of Vriska, Doc Scratch giving a BadassArmFold is in the place of Bec Noir, and some crudely-drawn city representing Chicago (with a giant green building, the Felt Tower) in the background replacing Skaia/the Medium. Also, John and Jade are given small noses and ears as well as technicolor skin, to mirror their appearances in HHC's concept art and upcoming comic (as well as something closer to Fan's "style" for ''Homestuck''-related works post-SJAHJ). The only objectionable thing is that they're implied to be wearing their Rainbow Crew outfits -- John looks like he completely lacks a shirt, and Jade has bare green skin and what appears to be the bra straps of her combat-swimsuit, but this is hardly a big deal since the heads were cutoff from the shoulders down anyway, and their outfits aren't that offensive compared to other's.

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-->''It's been a long time comin' but it finally came'',\\
''For Bun B to get his mother''[[AC: home safetly]]
[[spoiler:TheSmartGuy]]
[[WMG: Mike Schmidt likes to be scared]]
reptilian aliens!]]
OH MY GOOOOOOOOOD!

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