The ''Starlight'' series is a series of FanFics centred around the world of ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries''.

Main series:
* ''[[ Starlight]]''[[note]]formerly ''Lilo & Stitch's Star Trek''[[/note]]: On the trail of Experiment 628, the gang are launched far into the future where they come across a far worse threat. Crossover with Franchise/StarTrek.
* ''Starry Nights'' (unpublished): Experiment 628 seeks revenge on the little girl who imprisoned him.
* ''Aftermath'' (unpublished): Humanity has been enslaved by invaders from afar, and the only ones who can save them is a four-eyed alien and a little blue mutant dog. Crossover with Franchise/StarTrek.
* ''A War of Worlds'' (unpublished): A coup is enacted on the Galactic Federation, and the new leader isn't interested in peace in the slightest.

'Side' stories:
* ''[[ Alpha and Omega]]'': The tales of Experiments 419 and 426 before Jumba's trial in the first movie.
* ''[[ Aliens!]]'': Taking place after the episode "Spats", Lilo realises the ramifications of publishing an article about aliens in Kauai and tries to make sure no one reads it. Meanwhile, Merwin and Dean are on the duo's trail, and, unbeknownst to them, they aren't the only ones.
* ''Alternates'' (unpublished): A freak lightning storm catapults Jumba, Pleakley, 419 and 426 into an alternate 'verse.
* ''[[ A Trip to Japan]]'' [[note]]formerly ''Lilo & Stitch Go To Japan''[[/note]]: After Pleakley wins tickets in a raffle, the gang goes on vacation to Tokyo, Japan. Meanwhile, young Sakura Avalon has enough of a mess on her plate. Crossover with the Nelvana dub of ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura''.

At least two stories are being rewritten due to some... [[{{Narm}} unfortunate story-telling decisions]]. ''Starlight'' is on it's third rewrite, while it's second version is currently over sixty chapters long, having been started in 2006; as a result, there is a stark difference between it's earliest and latest chapters. ''A Trip To Japan'' is around the same age, but [[ScheduleSlip hasn't been updated as much]], and thus the difference in writing style is even more dramatic. However, neither rewrite has been completed nor published, and both of the previous versions are still being updated, in order to provide a baseline for the rewrites to work off of.

The ''Starlight'' series can be read [[ the author's page at FanFiction.Net]]

!!The series in general provides examples of:

* FanVerse
* IntercontinuityCrossover: ''[[WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries Lilo & Stitch]]'', ''Franchise/StarTrek'' and ''[[Anime/CardcaptorSakura Cardcaptors]]'' in the same universe? Heck yeah!
* OriginalCharacter: Experiments 419 and 426, Jumba's lower-deck crew and assistants.
* ScheduleSlip: Initially updates were fairly quick, with multiple chapters per month. Has now slowed to around a chapter a month, if that.
* SwitchingPOV

!!Specific stories provide examples of:

[[folder:Starlight/Lilo & Stitch's Star Trek]]
* AirVentPassageway: 419 and 426 utilise [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Selwinian Juwap]]-ridden airvents to get to the shuttlebay on Jumba's ship.
** While technically not an air vent, they later take advantage of some particularly narrow shafts to get to Jumba's cell on the Borg ship.
* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: While she is assimilated, Lilo is also fully conscious and aware of what is happening.]]
* {{Angrish}}: 419, after seeing 426 being teased by Jumba.
--> "Why do you let him do that?" continued 419. "Sometimes I just want to take his big dummy… dumb head and… nrumf…nyhhh…"
* AnxietyDreams: Apart from Lilo and Nani's {{Flashback Nightmare}}s, Stitch has one of Mertle's toys ganging up on him and pulling him down under a sea of them. [[spoiler: This heralds the Borg threat later in the story.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: The ''Serenity'', ''twice'' - first, as they first spot them being pounded by the Borg:
-->'''Jumba:''' Incoming communication!\\
''The screen materialises''\\
'''Captain Jameston (on screen)''': We figured you needed a hand.
::And then as they are attempting to escape the Borg cube (although Jumba initially thinks it's a delusion.)::
-->"Doctor Jumba, I presume?" the familiar voice of Captain Jameston asked.\\
Jumba nodded and smiled. Now that he was safe, he could finally sleep.
** [[spoiler: Captain Gantu and Harry Kim of the ''Rhode Island'' take turns at the climax.]]
* BigRedButton: Jumba lectures 426 on big red buttons, especially in space shuttles with airlocks.
** 419 spells out the trope in Chapter 46, when she suggests that 426 should press the red button on his walkie-talkie.
--->"Try the red button," 419 offered.
--->"Why the red one?"
--->"Because traditionally, red buttons are painted red to inform the user that they are important," explained 419 matter-of-factly.
* BilingualBonus (in the form of [[InMyLanguageThatSoundsLike false friend words]]): At one point Stitch asks 419 "Egata no uta?", which in Tantalog means "What has happened?" The [[MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels bilingually inept]] 426 whispers to 419 "Why's he talking about singing?" Which would be a valid question in Japanese, as " uta" means "Song of...".
* BookEnds: The night Lilo's parents died.
** On a more benign note, the hula lessons.
** There's also the flight of stairs on the Kumuwela-Kokee Trail that the X-buggy travels down at both the beginning and end.
** [[spoiler:And of course, chasing after Experiment 628.]]
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: [[spoiler: Much to the horror of Lilo, who is still concious during her ordeal.]]
* BreakTheCutie: [[spoiler: Lilo starts off the story dreaming about the deaths of her parents. Then, after her assimilation by the Borg, not only is she forced to assimilate hundreds of people personally, but then to attempt to kill her best friend. This leaves Lilo in an emotionless state of detached apathy after she is rescued and severed from the Borg Collective.]]
** [[spoiler: Stitch himself after not only failing to rescue Lilo, but failing to ''find'' her as well.]]
** [[spoiler: Experiment 628's plan for all of them is to have the Borg assimilate them so they can [[AndIMustScream watch themselves slowly break beyond the point of no return.]] ]]
* TheCavalry: The ''Serenity'' attempts rescues the main characters twice - once when they initially spy the ''Dakana'', and once as both teams are escaping the ship.
** [[spoiler: In the climax, Gantu and the two Federation ships arrive to turn the tide for the two stricken ships.]]
* CavalryBetrayal: [[spoiler: Jumba initially thinks Experiment 628 has come to save them, until he reveals his allegiance to the Borg.]]
* ContinuityNod: Some references to ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'', especially in the dogfight between Stitch and 628. Stitch sure likes his coconut cake and coffee...
** 419 proclaims "I know this ship like the back of my hand!" [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier And then gets hit on the head by an overhanging pipe]].
** Experiment 624 (Angel) is still on Gantu's ship, doing chores and looking after the ship when Gantu leaves.
** This isn't the first time [[WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie a villain has told Jumba he's a bad liar]].
** Both the Borg [[spoiler:and Lilo]] paraphrase equivalent lines from the ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode "The Best of Both Worlds".
** Pleakley still has a fear of cornflakes from his encounter with Experiment 222 (Poxy).
** Lilo uses the codenames she used in the ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' episode "Clip" - "Black Cat" for herself, "Mutant Dog" for Stitch.
** Lilo tells Jumba "You've got some 'splainin' to do!", mirroring a scene in the episode "The Asteroid".
* CallBack: The ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration USS Hood]]'', and [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Harry Kim's]] ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager USS Rhode Island]]''.
** [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Dulmer and Lucsly]] of [[TimePolice Temporal Investigations]] pays Jumba and Pleakley a visit after the gang return to their own time.
** After Serenity survives its first Borg encounter, the resultant scene is a CallBack to the first episodes of both ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' and ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''.
** The hula teacher had finally managed to convince some hula dancers to participate in their practices after the events in [[Disney/LiloAndStitch the first movie]] scared them off.
* CallForward: At one point, Gantu mentions he's been offered a position playing drums in a band. Since there's another position that needs to be filled, he in turn offers 625 [[WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch the position of saxophone player.]]
* TheCorruptible: [[spoiler:Experiment 628. He continues to struggle with this in ''Starry Nights''.]]
* CommLinks: Jumba's 'enhanced' communicators.
* DeflectorShields: Jumba describes having made a deflector shield for his ship to "repel incoming plasma torpedoes, tractor beams and baseballs annoying neighbour children keep on throwing on roof."
* DespairEventHorizon: [[spoiler:Lilo after her rescue. So much so that [[TimePolice Temporal Investigations]] chooses to wipe her memory of the events, rather than have the time stream be irreparably damaged.]]
* DontSaySuchStupidThings: 419 lists Jumba's accomplishments after his own speech on how the situation is hopeless.
* DrivenToVillainy / TykeBomb: [[spoiler: Experiment 628 only does the things he does because he was programmed to by the Borg Queen.]]
* DreamingOfThingsToCome: [[spoiler: Stitch's dream heralds their encounter with the Borg later in the story.]]
** [[spoiler: In a way, Lilo's dreams of the past do as well.]]
* EmptyShell: [[spoiler:Lilo after her ordeal.]]
** [[spoiler: Stitch's case isn't quite as bad as Lilo's, but that's not saying much.]]
* EndingMemorialService: [[spoiler: Jameston holds one for the fallen dead of her crew.]]
* EnhanceButton: Jumba's algorithms for cleaning up motion blur.
* FlashbackNightmare: The story starts off with Lilo dreaming about the car crash that kills her parents.
** A few chapters later, Nani dreams about the day she received the phone call telling her of the outcome.
* HandSignals: In the climax, Jumba hides his hands behind his back to sign a code for Pleakley to enter into his communicator. [[SoMuchForStealth If only he hadn't gotten it incorrect the first time...]]
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: [[spoiler:Jumba tells Lilo to contain 628 in his Matter-To-Energy converter just as the experiment lowers his weapon after Lilo's "It Doesn't Have To Be This Way" speech.]]
* HoldingTheFloor: Jumba attempts to distract their attacker in this way while Pleakley frantically attempts to enter the code he's signing him,
* InertialDampening: 426 and Stitch forget to turn the dampeners on before gunning the ship at impulse power, resulting in a rather bumpy ride for everyone else.
* ItsAllMyFault: [[spoiler:Jumba blames himself for Lilo's capture by the Borg.]]
** [[spoiler: Stitch as well, for failing to grab her before she was beamed off the ship.]]
* IveComeTooFar: Experiment 628 invokes this after Lilo offers him forgiveness and a new life.
* JadeColoredGlasses: [[spoiler: Lilo after being rescued from assimilation.]]
* LastSecondChance: Lilo insists there is good in Experiment 628. [[spoiler:However, he does not get the chance to use it.]]
* LotusEaterMachine: Jumba initially assumes the ''Serenity'''s sickbay is an illusion generated by the Borg to ease the process of assimilation.
* MemoryWipingCrew: [[spoiler:Dulmer and Lucsly from Temporal Investigations, although in this case it's to rectify the timeline.]]
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler:Jumba, first after he loses Lilo, then after he accidentally leaves Experiment 426 behind to be apparently flung into outer space, and lastly after he shocks [=BorgDrone=]!Lilo to knock her out.]]
* MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: Experiment 426 has a lot of trouble understanding Tantalog, the language Stitch and the other experiments speak.
* NoodleIncident: Jumba irradiating dinner with his plasma oven.
* OldSchoolDogfight: Stitch and 628 have one early on, with Stitch commanding Jumba's ship [[spoiler:and 628 the stolen police cruiser]].
* RapidFireTyping: 419, when entering the parameters for the holographic model of the galaxy.
** As Jumba's Operations assistant on the ship, Pleakley also gets in the act a bit.
* RedAlert: The Intruder Alert in Jumba's ship, which is manually activated by 426.
** Jameston's red alert system is both automatic and loud, much to her annoyance.
* ShoutOut: A few to some [[OldShame now sadly deleted]] fanfics written by another author.
** Both Jumba and [[KimPossible Doctor Drakken]] should probably consider lowering the volume of their intruder alerts.
** As an apparent [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare fan of Shakespeare]], Experiment 628 quotes both Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet and [[Theatre/MacBeth The Scottish Play]] in his final confrontation with the group.
** When describing previous "temporal incurrences" that they had to clean up, Dulmer mentions [[VideoGame/HalfLife2 the Borealis incident]].
** And of course, Dulmer and Lucsly's [[Film/MenInBlack special classification of camera]].
* SoMuchForStealth: In the climax, Pleakley gets the code Jumba is signing to him incorrect, causing a loud beeping noise. [[HoldingTheFloor So much for the distraction...]]
* StandardStarshipScuffle: Jumba and Jameston's ships versus the Borg Cube. Naturally, the Borg pretty much win this.
* TemptingFate: 419 lectures 426 over this after they try and land the shuttle on the Borg cube.
* ThisCannotBe: [[spoiler: 628 can't figure out how Lilo keeps getting up. "How- but, that's impos-"]]
* TimeTravel: Naturally.
** MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight: [[spoiler:The Borg Queen.]]
* UnfamiliarCeiling: As seen from Jumba's perspective after being rescued. He initially assumes it's all in his head.
* VillainousBreakDown: [[spoiler:Experiment 628 using his psychokinetic powers to fling Lilo across the room, in a desperate attempt to make her ''stop moving''.]]
* WhoWantsToLiveForever: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] briefly by 419 and 426. 426 postulates that perhaps mortality is for the best, so people don't get too cynical. 419, on the other hand, [[LivingForeverIsAwesome couldn't imagine such a thing]] because TheWorldIsJustAwesome.

[[folder:A Trip To Japan/Lilo & Stitch Go To Japan]]
* ContinuityNod: Nani [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun angrily refers to the events]] in ''Alternates'' in an argument about how Jumba shouldn't be subverting [[TheMasquerade the aliens-on-Earth Masquerade]].
** She also references in her thoughts the time Pleakley went wild with credit cards in Honolulu.
** Tiffany, the attendant from the cruise ship in the ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' episode "Sinker", is now a flight attendant.
** Lilo repeats her "I don't think we should dwell on the past" line from the episode "Melty".
** Zachary (the local DaydreamBeliever) refers to the events in the ''[[Manga/CardcaptorSakura Cardcaptors]]'' episodes "The Dangerous Piano" and "The Cave".
** Chelsea's comments on Sakura's oddness, with Nikki 'Mmhmm'ing along, mirrors a similar scene in the first episode.
* DonutMessWithACop: The security guard at Shinjuku Station. 426 manage to wrestle a few away from him.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler: The last name 419 gives Victoria sure looks familiar, doesn't it?]]
* GhostStory: Zachary tells one, naturally.
* HollywoodToneDeaf: Stitch and Pleakley's singing.
* LittleStowaway: Experiments 419 and 426 hide in briefcases so they can tag along on the family vacation.
** Kero (of course) hides away in Sakura's backpack.
* MadeOfExplodium: Jumba starts off the tale mixing unstable elements - until Pleakley interrupts him, making him drop the vial. The results are, let's just say, rather explosive.
* MyHovercraftIsFullOfEels: 426 is just as inept at Japanese as he is at Tantalog.
** At one point, when looking for a depot, Pleakley asks a very bemused set of Japanese people where the toilet is.
* MysteriousWatcher: The substitute teacher on the train.
* MythologyGag: [[ The song]] playing on the speakers of the arrivals lounge in the airport in Tokyo is described as being about [[Manga/CardcaptorSakura catching something]].
* NoodleIncident: The "Westfield Mall" incident, which involved a bracelet... and 300 pounds of cement. All over ''Jumba''.
* PaperThinDisguise: Apart from the obvious (Jumba and Pleakley), 419 and 426 disguise themselves as children. [[DiscussedTrope Discussed by Nani]] when she scolds 426 for talking to a stranger, saying that [[WeirdnessCensor their disguise only works if they don't draw attention to it.]]
* ShoutOut: A few to some [[OldShame now sadly deleted]] fanfics written by another author.
** Pleakley thinks he sees a [[Anime/MyNeighborTotoro 'catbus']] bus stop, but it later disappears.
** Thinking that he might be going crazy when he sees the experiments, the chef of the hotel they are staying at makes reference to having seen [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales anthropomorphic ducks]] earlier.
* StrangeSyntaxSpeaker: 419 always recites the full date. At least she seems to have [[FullNameBasis started saying names properly...]]
* VacationEpisode
** BusmansHoliday: Considering what they do is 'encounter weird stuff then try to fix things'...

[[folder:Alpha and Omega]]
* AliensStealCable: Earth television and radio is picked up and repackaged by various television stations across the Federation. Unlike most examples, though, the aliens are aware of the changes that have taken place, as reconnaissance is preformed regularly.
* {{Angrish}}: The shocked variation, when 419 sees how the transport tubes work for the first time.
--> "G-g-… it… the floor just ate them!" I shrieked, completely loosing my head.
* BluntForceAmnesia: After Jumba gets hit on the head by a bowling ball (long story), he can't remember how or why he created Experiment 419. (His computer didn't help either, as a system crash destroyed the data.)
* CasanovaWannabe: 142, although his failure is more to do with 419's confusion (as she doesn't have the experience to know when he's trying to put the moves on her.)
* DidIJustSayThatOutLoud: 419's inner pep talk as she convinces herself she could tackle calculus spills out into the real world.
* EarAche: 302 does this to 142 to stop him hitting on 419.
* FictionalSport: Splotzball, a game the experiments play between each-other.
* FirstPersonPerspective: The story is the only one in the series told in the first person, in this case from the point of view of Experiment 419.
* FullNameBasis: 419 with ''everyone'' (as she misunderstands how names work.) Which pretty much means just Jumba Jookiba, since he's the only one around whose name isn't a number.
* KissOfLife: 302 claims he saw 349 (Bonnie) and 350 (Clyde) snogging in First Aid class - 349 retorts that they were practising artificial respiration, and insists that [[{{Kissgusting}} she used almost the whole bottle of mouthwash]] after that one.
* LethalChef: The cafeteria lady for Jumba's kitchen. The experiments have no idea how she keeps her job, other than that she might be holding something over Jumba.
* MatterReplicator: Jumba has one for liquids. (One presumes if they replicated food, the cafeteria lady wouldn't... ''"appreciate"'' it very much.)
* MindOverMatter: One of the tests Jumba has Experiment 419 perform is to see if she has levitation powers.
* MysteryMeat: In one chapter the cafeteria lady serves them "mushroom-and-mashed-potato-surprise". As 302 quips:
-->The only thing that gets me to eat this stuff is the knowledge that I'll never know what the 'surprise' is. If I knew, I'm sure I'd never eat it again.
** When 349 tried to rob the Chef, Jumba had to pay her double her salary to not force-feed the experiment "Last Tuesday Surprise".
** In another chapter, the food is described thusly:
--->The green stuff was rather chunky, with odd dark circles embedded in the mass. The purple stuff, on the other hand, looked hard and tough, although it was very irregularly shaped.
:::As for the taste...:
--->What touched my palette was a taste that I could only describe as being similar to that of beetroot covered in earwax, with chunks of tarmac thrown in for good measure. With a scrunched up face, I struggled to swallow the concoction down – my throat seemed to be trying its best to utterly reject the whatever-it-was that I knew I had to digest.
* NoodleIncident: 293 once ''irradiated the cafeteria'' by upchucking the cafeteria lady's food. Yes, it's ''that'' bad.
** 349's failed attempt to rob the Chef.
* OriginalCharacter: Apart from the main two and extras, there's 302 and 142, two experiments that 419 befriends.
* OverlyLongScream: 419 screams the entire way down the tube to her locker.
* {{Prequel}}
** OriginsArc: For Experiments 419 and 426, as well as other experiments.
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: 349 (Bonnie) insists that 350 (Clyde) is not her boyfriend - that he is just her ''associate'', her ''business partner''.
* RightOnQueue: The line to order lunch at the cafeteria. One orange experiment behind 419 doesn't like how fast it's moving, and is continuously heckling them.
* SingingInTheShower / HollywoodToneDeaf : One of the experiments seems to not only be these, but also only knows one line from the song she's singing.
* ShoutOut: The scene where 419 gets frustrated at the liquid dispenser is a shout out to the first episode of ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''.
* SugarAndIcePersonality: Towards 302, 349 is rather aggressive (due to him teasing her all the time). But when 419 meets her properly for the first time, 349 is a lot nicer to her (mainly due to her [[DefrostingIceQueen agreeing that 302 can be annoying]].)
* TubeTravel - the gym has an automated tube system that sends them to their respective changing rooms.

* ActorAllusion: In one chapter, Experiment 625 frustratedly exclaims out that he's not a talking bear "any more than I am [[RobPaulsen Yacko Warner]]!"
* [[AliensStealCable Humans Steal Alien Cable]]: Merwin locks on to a [[TheFederation Galactic Federation]] broadcast as part of his mission to research and capture alien life.
* {{Blackmail}}: [[spoiler:Mark Evans was planning to do this to his Boss for better pay, after he discovers pictures of Lilo and Stitch, as well as documents in an alien language. [[YouHaveFailedMe Naturally, he's not impressed when he finds out.]] ]]
* BigBrotherIsWatching: The Boss of Eve Hill Corporation [[BigBrotherIsEmployingYou keeps a ''very'' close eye on his employees.]]
* BigLabyrinthineBuilding: Eve Hill Corporation.
* BoobyTrap: [[spoiler: Experiment 625 and Mark Evans discovers a lever behind a false panel. It looks like it might trigger a door, but instead triggers a DeathTrap in the form of a collapsing floor.]]
* CallBack: The intergalactic news airs a special on Jumba, which sparks the interest of Merwin and Dean, who had just successfully locked on to the signal.
** The fic acts as one for Merwin and Dean themselves, a pair of alien hunters who only featured in one episode of the series.
* ContinuityNod: "Did you ever kill anyone?" [[spoiler:Given that the question is aimed (unknowingly) at one of The Boss's mooks...]]
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: The Boss, of course.
* DayInTheLimelight: More or less - it heavily features Merwin and Dean, the single-shot main antagonists of the episode "Sample".
* TheFaceless: The aforementioned company's boss loves his pitch-black rooms.
* FailedASpotCheck - Until he runs right into him, Mike Evens is too deep in thought to notice the large and rather muscular henchman in his way as he leaves for home [[spoiler: after stealing important documents from his boss]].
* FixFic: At least, it starts off that way - the day after the episode ''Spats'', Lilo wakes up realising how getting an article about aliens published in the local newspaper was a bad idea, and trying to [[IncrediblyLamePun fix]] things in her own quirky way. (However, the situation, well... ''deteriorates'' quickly.)
* IrrevocableMessage: Lilo and Stitch start the story into motion by frantically trying to get the newspapers that revealed TheMasquerade (aliens on Earth) back before anyone reads them.
* MacGyvering: [[spoiler: Experiment 625 gets him and Mark Evans out of their DeathTrap by constructing a tightrope out of a security camera and a lamp hanging from the ceiling.]]
* NoodleIncident: Merwin and Dean apparently had their own encounter with [[Animation/TheProudFamily Penny Proud]] while she was under the influence of Spats. It... didn't go too well.
** The pair can't borrow Dean's mom's walkie talkies because of the time they ended up in a goat. They could never quite remove the smell, apparently.
* OriginalCharacter: The major ones new to this fic are the three main Eve Hill Corporation employees - Mark Evans, Senko, and of course, the Boss.
* OurDoorsAreDifferent: When exploring the Eve Hill building, Jumba notices that the doors are a little ''too'' perfect - the wood grain texture on each one is ''exactly the same''.
** [[spoiler: When he tries to escape, he finds that the front entrance has disappeared completely, leaving behind a solid wall.]]
* PunchClockVillain: The minions - ahem, 'employees' of Eve Hill Corporation.
* SealedRoomInTheMiddleOfNowhere: [[spoiler: The room Experiment 625 and Mark Evens wake up in.]]
* StepfordSmiler: The desk assistant for Eve Hill Corporation.
* ThatWasntARequest: The Boss informs Senko that his "promotion" ''isn't'' optional.
* TrapDoor: Pretty much installed throughout Eve Hill, as a way for the Boss to maintain loyalty.
* YouWakeUpInARoom:[[spoiler: Experiment 625 and Mike Evens wake up in a panelled room with no door and an observatory window far above..]]
* YouWontFeelAThing: [[spoiler: [[{{Subversion}} Subverted]] when the Boss has captured Senko and is attaching a device to him.]]
--> [[spoiler:"Now, the difference," said the boss, "between me and a doctor is that when I say 'this isn't going to hurt a bit', I actually mean it. That is why I'm not going to say a ''thing''."]]