-->''"Ordinary People. Extraordinary Abilities. Real People. Fictional Adventure."''
-->-- The Tagline for the entire series.

-->'''"[[CompellingVoice Be a hero.]]"'''
-->-- Miguel, [[spoiler: before he gets kidnapped by Shaula]]

'''Pisay Heroes''' is a collective fanfiction of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' by authors from Philippine Science High School: David Ples, Rebecca Yu, and [[Tropers.YamiNoIzanagi Benny Almirol]]. Two other co-authors and friends have started writing their own seasons as well.

The premise is simple: one day, the original author decided to make a fanfiction of Heroes, which incorporates his classmates into the story. Ever since then, the work has continued for three years (the authors are currently at fourth year in high school).

The genre is currently unclear, as it straddles the line between a SelfInsertFic and an ElsewhereFic.

The series currently has four seasons, three of which have concluded, and [[AllThereInTheManual three supplemental seasons]]. The four seasons have been authored by David Ples, with Rebecca Yu and Benny Almirol co-authoring the following three seasons. Two other extra seasons are being published by different authors.

!!The Series continuity includes:
* ''Garnet Heroes'', the first season of the series. The season introduces 30 different characters, all with posthuman abilities (and was prone to WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway as a result). The plot involves a branch of the Company in the Philippines ran by David. A villain named Micah suddenly appears to wreak havoc on the Company, recruiting other posthumans as well, including [[PlayingWithFire Dindo]], a drug-addicted arsonist, [[MadScientist Migs]], a scientist, and Jerson, a mayor from Palawan. First episode can be found here: http://garnetonse.multiply.com/journal/item/1/
* ''Champions'' is the continuation of the first season, and it introduces 25 more characters to the main story line. The story now features characters without powers. The plot involves The Collector, Andro, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin who plans to collect posthumans for his great collection]], and Iego, who CameBackWrong and is now seeking revenge on David. The first episode is here: http://garnetonse.multiply.com/journal/item/36/Champions_Ep_1
* ''Equinox'' is the third season, following the conclusion of Champions, and introduces [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters 15 ''more'' characters]] to the canon. The plot involves Shaula, who is convinced that she is the herald of an EldritchAbomination that will bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt and her various attempts to shun the said abomination, but ultimately fails. The other major plot revolves around [[MadScientist Dr. Burdeos]], who attempts to create a bacteria that will enhance the gland that provides human abilities, but instead [[GoneHorriblyWrong the bacteria started to attack the gland, causing the resultant powers to become malignant. And the bacteria becomes contagious.]] First episode can be found here: http://garnetonse.multiply.com/journal/item/68/Equinox_Episode_1
* ''Season Of Reckoning'' is the final season, which features a carnival that invites posthumans to join their circle. So far, the season is at its 7th episode. The first episode is here: http://garnetonse.multiply.com/journal/item/103/Season_of_Reckoning_-_Episode_1

!!The extra seasons (which are still canon, but by different authors) include:
* ''Jasmin Heroes'', the remake of which has now begun here: http://jirachiwishmaker.multiply.com/journal/item/208/Jasmin_Heroes_Remake_Episode_1
* ''Revenant Blight'', which occurs sometime after the aforementioned season and ends at around the same time after the sixth episode of Season Of Reckoning. The story shifts to a branch of the Company in Palawan, involving a third scientist that wants to turn all normal humans into posthumans. First episode is here: http://jirachiwishmaker.multiply.com/journal/item/169
* ''Crumbling Sanctuary'', which occurs after Equinox. It details the aftermath of the CliffHanger ending of Equinox. Currently at its 9th episode. First episode is here: http://chuckiepedia.multiply.com/journal/item/84/Cesium_Heroes_Crumbling_Sanctuary_Episode_1
* Two other seasons are currently in production by different authors.

A word of note: these are REAL PEOPLE in a FICTIONAL STORY. The characters that represent these people may or may not be accurate representations of the real deal. Administrivia/YouHaveBeenWarned.
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!!This series provides examples of:
* AGodAmI - Dale and Shaula both invoke this. [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu And then...]]
* AlasPoorVillain - [[spoiler: Mark Burdeos. His lab explodes while he's strapped to an MRI, all the while asking himself what he's done wrong.]]
* {{Alchemy}} - Wren's ability.
* AltumVidetur - Some of the episode titles.
* AndIMustScream - One of the possible interpretations of [[spoiler: Shir's fate in Equinox is that he ''reversed himself out of existence'']].
* AntiHero - Dani.
* TheAtoner - [[spoiler: Romeo Manangu]]
* AuthorAvatar - All five authors and the other co-directors. [[JustifiedTrope But that's the premise.]]
* AwesomenessByAnalysis - Hannah Domingo's ability. She is able to copy any movement (as long as her body is capable of doing it) just by observing.
* BigBad - [[spoiler: Desi. She and Dale have been planning the events of Season of Reckoning for ''nine years'', but recent events created a catalyst for the plan's execution.]]
* BigScrewedUpFamily - Marconi's family, though not as screwed up as other examples.
* BilingualBonus - Episode One, Bayani. It means "hero".
* BlackAndGreyMorality - Seems to be how the Carnival runs.
* CameBackWrong - Iego. [[spoiler: After his death, the Company tried to revive him with Geselle's blood, but the blood turned out to be contaminated. Thus, everyone injected with the blood started acting up in some way. Including David.]]
* CallBack - Used a lot, specifically in the last few episodes of Revenant Blight.
* CassandraTruth - Jacob notices that something is just ''wrong'' about [[spoiler: Desi]]. Iego doesn't believe him, but [[spoiler: guess who turns out to be the one who has been planning something all this time?]]
* CompellingVoice - Miguel's ability. [[spoiler: This is vital to Shaula's plot.]]
* ChekhovsGun - [[spoiler: The catalyst for the cure includes ingredients from other posthumans, namely: Vianca's hair, Raxy's crystal skin, Abednego's metallic skin, one of Iego's feathers, and Justine's blood.]]
* DarkerAndEdgier - The series starts showing this once the plot arrives at Equinox.
* DeusExMachina - The titular episode deals with a Deus Ex Machina: [[spoiler: the expressed abilities of the posthumans switch from the dominant gene to the recessive one.]]
* DisneyDeath - Averted, subverted, and played straight a couple of times, due to the existence of [[GoodThingYouCanHeal regenerators]]. Even doubly subverted with [[spoiler: Dindo, who was temporarily brought back to life, only to be killed by Myrtle's rhino rampage.]]
* TheEmpath - Non-useless variant, Sean is able to copy the abilities of other posthumans by remembering how he felt around them.
* EldritchAbomination - What Shaula believes to be inhabiting her. [[spoiler: It turns out that it was all in her head.]]
* ElementalPowers:
** PlayingWithFire - Dindo.
** MakingASplash - Elihu. [[spoiler: [[WordOfGod Killed by Shaula in order to remove plot holes.]].]]
** AnIcePerson - Grace.
** ShockAndAwe - [[ButtMonkey Rigel]]
** DishingOutDirt - Nicholas. Also Mark Francisco.
** BlowYouAway - Ronn.
** DarkIsEdgy - Micah.
** LightEmUp - [[LightIsNotGood Candy]].
* FaceHeelTurn - [[spoiler: Desi. Subverted in that she wasn't even on their side to begin with.]]
* {{Flight}} - Iego. Complete with wings.
* FlyingBrick - Averted. The powers are extremely varied.
* {{Foreshadowing}} - Would probably need its own page.
* FreudianExcuse - [[spoiler: Shaula. Her real parents died, and her foster parents were always out on archaeological digs. She develops schizophrenia in that period, and starts believing that she was being possessed by one of the artifacts. She eventually ends up killing her foster parents.]]
* FutureBadass - Lots of characters in the [[BadFuture Nightmare Future]].
* GrandTheftMe - [[spoiler: Claudine's ability.]]
* GratuitousEnglish - Mostly averted, but Revenant Blight's title is somewhat grammatically incorrect. The correct title should be ''Revenant's'' Blight.
* HannibalLecture - Anti-heroic example: Carl Salazar calls out Abby on continuing the cycle of revenge.
* HeelFaceTurn - A few major characters, notably [[spoiler: Iego, though he wasn't evil to begin with, and Shaula, at the end of Season 3.]]
* IllGirl - Justine.
* {{Immortality}} - Regine's ability is that her cell death rate is always equal to her cell birth rate. [[spoiler: Guess what happens [[RapidAging when the bacteria infects her.]]]]
* {{Insufferable Genius}}/IntelligenceEqualsIsolation - Jacob believes that humanity is perpetually hopeless, that Fate can't be fought, is [[DeadpanSnarker extremely cynical]] AND he SesquipedalianLoquaciousness. That is, [[CharacterDevelopment until...]]
* KarmaHoudini - [[spoiler:Shaula.]]
* KidHero - Sean, Dani, and [[spoiler: Justine]]
* KillEmAll - [[spoiler: How Shaula is supposed to bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.]]
* KilledOffForReal - A lot of characters.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters - Obviously. Currently, there are 228 people in Batch 2011 of Philippine Science High School. Originally there were 239. Around half of that 239 has been included in the canon.
* [[spoiler: [[ManipulativeBastard Manipulative Bitch]] - Desi.]]
* NighInvulnerable - Jason Aguanta.
* PeoplePuppets - [[spoiler: Desi's ability.]]
* PowersInTheFirstEpisode
* PsychicPowers - A lot of characters, including:
** MindOverMatter - Benny.
** Precognition - comes in two flavors:
*** Precognitive painting: Ancer
*** Precognitive writing: Jacob
** Psychometry - Tim (one-shot character, sort of), and Bianca in PG-13.
** [[MindProbe Telepathy]] - Two variants in Dan and Ana.
* RunningGag
* ScrewDestiny - [[spoiler: Claudine returned to the past in order to prevent Dani from commit suicide, which [[EpilepticTrees may or may not]] lead to a StableTimeLoop.]]
* SelfFulfillingProphecy - [[spoiler: Iego removes Desi from the final mission in order to avert the nightmare future. This does NOT end well.]]
* SelfMadeOrphan - [[spoiler: Dani kills her father, although accidentally.]]
* ShoutOut - Lots.
** The last five episodes of Revenant Blight are entitled [[CoheedAndCambria The End Complete, Part N: ]].
** {{Chowder}} [[EverythingsBetterWithPlatypus platypus]]... [[PhineasAndFerb FERB!]]
** Wren's ability is a ShoutOut to ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''.
* SocialDarwinist - [[spoiler: Desi]]
* StableTimeLoop - Hinted at with [[spoiler: Claudine's actions in preventing Dani's suicide.]]
* TakenForGranite - One of Andro's abilities. [[spoiler: Revealed to be taken from [[{{ChekhovMIA}} JC Ballesteros.]]]]
* TarotMotifs - Morgenstern introduces them into the story.
* TeleportersAndTransporters - Romeo's ability.
* ThatOneCase - For Abby, it's BR-22.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech - Given to Dale by nearly ''everyone'' in the room.
* TimeStandsStill - Carl Salazar's ability.
* TimeTravel - Isko's ability, though only used to view the past/future, [[TemporalParadox and never alter it]]. [[spoiler: An exception was granted for Claudine, but Isko warned her of [[StableTimeLoop the consequences]].]]
* TitleDrop - Done in Equinox, when Jacob and Justine are debating.
* TotalEclipseOfThePlot - Occurs twice, the first one being a partial eclipse, the second, more major one being one of the conditions for Shaula's plot.
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour - [[spoiler: Shaula kills her adoptive parents ''at the age of six''.]]
* WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong - How about [[spoiler: the Company files that you have getting stolen and used for blackmail?]]
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway - What happens when you try to give roughly 70% of those LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters superhuman abilities.
** HeartIsAnAwesomePower - ...but who said those powers aren't awesome? Notable is Alla's hair manipulation, [[MundaneMadeAwesome which she uses to crush Dom's cellphone]] and prevent him from calling for backup in Episode 7 of Season 4.
* WindsOfDestinyChange - Denise. [[spoiler: She gets infected by the bacteria and her ability to manipulate probability started working against her. Shaula finally kills her on a whim.]]
* WiseBeyondTheirYears - Justine. She even debates with Jacob. And ''wins''.
* TheWoobie - Justine and Dani. They both have tragic stories after all.
* XanatosGambit - [[spoiler: Desi]] organizes one against Iego: [[spoiler: she confronts Iego on a rooftop, holding important Company-related documents. With Desi being a [[PeoplePuppets puppet master]], Iego has no escape, since:]]
** If Iego tries to take the files: [[spoiler: Desi can just manipulate him into showing his powers to the hundreds of civilians passing by below them.]]
** If Iego ''doesn't'' try to take the files, [[spoiler: Desi will throw them off the roof, forcing a) Iego jumping of the building to save the files, revealing his flight ability, or b) the Company files falling into civilian hands.]]
** The third option occurs, and is the riskiest one: [[spoiler: Desi jumps off the building, prompting Iego to save her.]] Any way you look at it, [[spoiler: Desi]] wins.
* YouCantFightFate - Subverted. It is unknown whether the nightmare future, [[spoiler: or Dani committing suicide]] will come true, but it is hinted that the future has other ways of fulfilling itself. So it may head into self-fulfilling prophecy territory.
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