''Chaos Fighters'' is a WebSerialNovel series by @/{{Murazrai}} which currently span four story arcs:
* [[http://murazrai.xanga.com Chaos Fighters]],or the ''Main Series'' a serial novel series set at Lefrad about [[spoiler:eight]] [[TheChosenOne chosen ones]] to obtain their own total of seven [[spoiler:(actually eight)]] holy weapons. Each of the weapons is located at separate realms. The novels are added with character poems, side stories/spinoffs and miscellaneous information. Currently span four novels:
** ''Chaos Fighters-Route of Land'', a novel about Syrfan Sigmeund, a soldier who is ordered by his king to search one of the holy weapons.
*** ''Chaos Fighters-The Castle Order'', a spin-off which tells the happenings in Norch city right after the main characters left the place.
*** ''Chaos Fighters-Robbery Assault'', another spin-off which tells a mission of saving two countries from an attempt to reunify them.
*** ''Chaos Fighters-The Old Gunner'', a short story of how a man get his beloved by getting rid of his problem.
*** ''Chaos Fighters-Route of Land=Redone'', a rewrite of ''Route of Land''. Cancelled.
** ''Chaos Fighters-Route of Sea'', a novel about Serene Foltaf, a gunner who gets her [[MacGuffin Mac Guffin]] in her dreams and sets to investigate its existence.
*** ''Chaos Fighters-Mistress Trouble'', a flash fiction depicting how Kairos Ceradig met Creise Astra prior to ''Route of Sea''.
*** ''Chaos Fighters-Weaponry Disaster'', a short story about the main characters except Serene defending a clan from being eliminated.
** ''Chaos Fighters-Route of Earth'', a novel about Tefia Rypal, a guild member who specialize on transporting goods sends a package which turned out to be her [[MacGuffin Mac Guffin]].
*** ''Chaos Fighters-Tunnel Mayhem'', a short story which tells about how the side characters in ''Route of Earth'' fend off the returning smugglers, [[spoiler:which turned out to be a demon invasion in disguise]].
** ''Chaos Fighters-Route of Peaks'', a novel which [[spoiler:chronicles Cogra Hazran on his journey to clear the sins of his father as a chosen one.]]
*** ''Chaos Fighters-Drop Disaster'', a flash fiction about [[spoiler:what happens to the platform used to fight against the cursed saints after Cogra is sent to the holy trial]].
** ''Chaos Fighters-Sacricity is Not Commodity'', a guest post by Wysteria about how the expedition to obtain the electrum armor failed.
* [[http://cyber-murazrai.xanga.com Chaos Fighters: Cyber Assault-The Secret Programs]], about the struggle of the guardian project, a governmental research project to create sentient digital beings while fending off the Black Raider gang. This novel is told from the group's officers point of view. Cancelled and a rewrite from scratch with possible change of plot was being considered, but it was ultimately scrapped. The original idea can be read [[http://journal-of-murazrai.xanga.com/754886379/page-102-the-backstory/ here]].
* [[http://murazrai-for-nanowrimo.xanga.com Chaos Fighters II]], a special story arc which consists only with UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo entries.
** ''Chaos Fighters II-Cyberion Strike'', a UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo 2009 entry, set in a distant future from the above novels. It is about Irtial Kofe, an officer who is in vacation suddenly forced to help in eliminating a cyber crime group, which is turned out to be a [[ThePlan secret plan]] by a wanted criminal planning to destroy a city.
*** ''Chaos Fighters II-Cyberion Strike=Redone'', a rewrite of above as practice.
** ''Chaos Fighters II-Chemical Siege'': a UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo 2010 entry in which Enrei Islio fight against chemical hollows while dealing his personal problems.
** ''Chaos Fighters II: Historical Chronicles-Beyond The Earth'': a UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo 2011 enrty in which covers [[spoiler: the origin of Muranyl and Cephyone]].
** ''Chaos Fighters II-Cyberion Shift'': a planned UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo 2012 entry about areas being swapped with digitized counterparts as places to play a video game with the first person finishing it ascends to godhood. It was scrapped before the event started and recycled as ''Literature/{{Phantalleum}} - Dual Crossage''
* [[http://murazrai-for-wesewrimo.xanga.com Chaos Fighters: Chemical Warriors]], a special story arc which consists only with WeSeWriMo entries.
** ''Chaos Fighters: Chemical Warriors-KIMIA'', a WeSeWriMo 2010 entry, set sometime during the ''main series''. Potassium iodide was smuggled and stolen. Zetta Zocto and Yotta Yocto are tasked to regain them [[spoiler:alongside with some allies]].
** ''Chaos Fighters: Chemical Warriors-RAKSA'', a WeSeWriMo 2011 entry. The only thing known about this is Rakion Kalsa is missing while the seabed is polluted with mercury. Muranyl Kizrai, Mifrent Migant and Gireon Arkof are seaching him.
** ''Chaos Fighters: Chemical Warriors-PERAK'', a WeSeWriMo 2012 entry. A tunnel connecting two countries is opened, but the silver in the tunnel caused severe problems to men as women abused the silver ores. Viktor Harvyil and Yelena Gala are dragged in related incidents.

You can read the author's personal journal [[http://journal-of-murazrai.xanga.com here]] with some news on this web serial novel. The author had announce that this series is cancelled and will move on with ''Literature/{{Phantalleum}}'' series, but later on an [[unnamed new series ContinuityReboot]] was announced, but so far nothing comes out from that.

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!!This series provides examples of:
* ABoyAndHisX: A teenage and his guardian in ''The Secret Programs''.
* AbnormalAmmo: Spears, swords and feathers can be used as gun bullets in ''Route of Sea''.
* AliensSpeakingEnglish: [[JustifiedTrope Explained]] [[http://journal-of-murazrai.xanga.com/755247488/page-104-random-chaos-fighters-tidbit-1/ here]].
* AnAdventurerIsYou: Despite the ''main series'' has nothing to do with video games, most characters' classes were mentioned using [[FantasyCharacterClasses fantasy character classes]]. The jobs included up to now ranging from generic knights, magicians, lancers to unique ones such as biologist, farmer, bomber and so on. Justified that the fighters are licensed in-universe so their job classes can be identified.
* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: One of the features in this web serial novel series. The only normal sounding name is ''Kenny'' Fanal in ''The Secret Programs'' and ''Clair'' Tyranof in ''Route of Land''. Considering that all planets in this series set in alien planets, this might justified.
* AuthorAvatar: [[spoiler:Muranyl Kizrai]]. If you notice, that is actually [[spoiler:expanded upon]] in the author's pseudonym. [[spoiler:His name is Murazrai.]] This is confirmed in ''Beyond The Earth'', where he commented that the plot in the installment is something that he wrote "a year ago".
* BadassBookworm: Thene and Etlisk are Ph.D holders before they become police in ''Cyberion Strike''.
* BattleCouple: It's easier to list characters that does not come as this and they are all [[OfficialCouple Official Couples]]. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in ''Route of Earth'' and ''Chemical Siege''. [[spoiler:He even said that someone is messing with them, which [[BreakingTheFourthWall arguably refers to the author.]]]]
* BilingualBonus: While ''RAKSA'' is the nickname of Rakion Kalsa, Malay speakers can tell that this novel revolves around mercury.
** This also applies to ''PERAK'', which is an abbreviation of ''Pe''qire Lust''rak'', the mine central to the story, but Malay speakers can tell that this novel revolves around silver.
* BladeOnAStick: Sword lances. Some swords are at ''both ends'' of the stick.
* CallingYourAttacks
* {{Cancelled}}
* CanonDiscontinuity: Xanga and Booksie versions of ''Route of Land'', due to [[OldShame the author tries to improve them.]] The left out character names are still valid, though. The canon version is ''Route of Land=Redone'', but it was stopped halfway. ''Cyberion Strike'' is also non-canonical as the writer was rewriting the installment, but with the cancellation of the series stopped it. ''Route of Sea'' is also the case, but without any chance of canonical version.
* ChineseVampire: Appears as an enemy in ''Route of Earth''.
* ClothingDamage: See [[DefeatByModesty Defeat by Modesty]] below. There are instances in other novels, but in a lesser extent.
* CommonTongue: English for the ''entire universe''. See aliens speaking English above.
* ColonCancer: Averted. There is only one colon, the first subtitle is connected using hyphens and the second subtitle is connected with the first subtitle using the equal sign.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Route of Earth'' compared to ''Route of Land''. There was almost zero comedy, [[spoiler:the demons succeeded in invading some countries (which the heroes were trying to reclaim)]] and the plot is more linear.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Played straight in ''Route of Earth'' and continued in subsequent novels of the ''main series''. Other story arcs show shades of this with the protagonists using skills based on dark element.
* DefeatByModesty: Subverted. [[spoiler:Etliz's clothes were burned after getting tricked]] in her fight with [[spoiler:Etlisk]] in ''Cyberion Strike'', but he [[spoiler:quickly put them off by using a water based attack.]] [[spoiler:They fall in love with each other afterwards, despite Etliz was [[DatingCatwoman still the villain]] at that time]].
* DistressedDude: Rakion Kalsa in ''RAKSA''.
* DoubleEntendre: A few in ''Route of Earth'':
** "How about something we usually did before?" told by a man to his ex-wife. Followed by
** "You are just as great as the day you married me," two chapters later with the same people.
* DoubleWeapon: A common weapon type that usually exists in every novel.
* ElementalCrafting: A common trope used. Some of them are usual for a fiction (pure metal and alloyed equipment) to absurd (metal threads and composites made from radically different constituents). It's hard to imagine how one can create a composite material which is made from gemstones, metals,''concrete'', ''wood'' and ''fiberglass''.
* ElementalPowers: Played straight, with [[PowerLevels power levels]] involved (with some exceptions):
** [[PlayingWithFire Fire, Flame, Pyro]]
** [[MakingASplash Water, Aqua, Hydro]]
** [[DishingOutDirt Rock, Land, Earth]]
** [[BlowYouAway Air, Wind, Sky]] (Which are of separate elements)
** [[ShockAndAwe Electric, Bolt, Thunder]]
** [[AnIcePerson Ice, Frost, Sub-zero]]
** [[LightEmUp Light, Holy, Saint]]
** [[DarkIsEdgy Dark, Evil, Satan]]
** [[GreenThumb Wood, Nature]]
** [[ExtraOreDinary Metal]]
** [[PoisonousPerson Poison, Toxin, Venom]]
** Vacuum, Space, Astro
** Yin Yang, Oracle
** Acid
** Alkali, Base
** Crystal
** Soul
** Explosion
** Wave
** Steam
** Dragon
** Dimension
** [[ThePowerOfTheSun Sun]]
** [[{{Lunacy}} Moon]]
** Star, which is a fusion of Sun and Moon
** [[NonElemental Non-elemental]]
*** Subatomic particles and their antimatter counterparts are strictly non-elemental, despite being [[ILoveNuclearPower radiative powers]].
* ExpansionPackWorld: Every new series/installments are set in different areas/planets.
* ExpressiveShirt: More like expressive ''armor'', which Riak wears one in ''Route of Earth''. It turns cold when in fear and burns when under anger. Leon's formal wear in ''Cyberion Strike'' turns black whenever he suffers from ''damage''.
* FightingYourFriend: [[spoiler:Waryl is the last opponent of the holy trial in ''Route of Sea'', Serene's first companion and lover as well.]]
** Erzax and Sileay did this to Enrei and Gareia in ''Chemical Siege'' as part of a ''date''.
* FirstNameBasis: The characters refer each other with their first names. Even the web serial novels were written this way, except the Chinese characters, which are [[LastNameBasis last name basis]].
* FunWithAcronyms: KIMIA means Kalium (potassium) Iodide Missing In Action. Doubles as [[BilingualBonus bilingual bonus]]. See [[GratuitousForeignLanguage gratuitous local language]] below.
* [[GratuitousForeignLanguage Gratuitous Local Language]]: Specifically, gratuitous Malay ([[spoiler:the author is Malaysian, hence the local language.]]) Examples such as:
** A character named ''Kasim'' in ''Route of Earth''. The proper name would be ''Kassim'', though.
** The machetes variants, ''parang'' and ''golok'' in ''Route of Earth''.
** ''Riak'', which means ripples or proud. [[spoiler:A character with that name in ''Route of Earth'' was exactly called ripple, which references the former meaning.]]
** ''Wak'', a slang referring to a man taking care of a shop and used as such in ''Route of Land''.
** [[spoiler:The cursed saints in ''Route of Peaks'' are based on numbers in Malay Language. Their prototype, Belas, is a pun, which is the "ten" part in numbers 11-19 in Malay.]]
*** The final opponent in the holy trial from the opponent, [[spoiler:Sifar and her alternate form, Kosong both means zero]].
** ''KIMIA'' is the Malay word for chemistry.
** ''RAKSA'' cranked this trope up to eleven with ''gratuitous Kelantan and Terengganu accented Malay'' as early as the first chapter.
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:[[OddlySmallOrganization CD]] in ''Cyberion Strike'' around midway and Oslanak with Kalen]] in ''The Secret Programs''.
** [[spoiler:Etphan Signis]] pulled this off after being defeated and fought [[spoiler:Thanic Snader]] in ''Chemical Siege''.
* [[spoiler:[[HijackedByGanon Hijacked by Thanic Snader]]]]: In ''Chemical Siege'', the moment [[spoiler:Etphan Signis made his heel face turn]], which is hinted before.
* HumanAliens: The only Earth people exists in this novel series until now is [[spoiler:Irtial and Muranyl from ''Cyberion Strike'']]
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Perhaps to make some correlation, the chapters in the ''main series'' novels are called paths, while in ''Cyber Assault'' chapters are called files. Averted with ''II'' and ''Chemical Warriors'', the chapters are named as such.
* ImpossiblyCoolWeapon: Missile shooting tonfas ''with blades on the missiles''? Check. Boomerang with gun modules inserted? Check. Guns with blade attached on a barrel? Check. Knuckle gripped swords? Check. Blades on double ends of stick? Maces with spikes that can emit laser beams? This web serial novel series is full of bizarre weapons and might go to SerialEscalation direction.
* InternalHomage: [[spoiler:The t(h)undra attack in ''Cyberion Strike'' was repeated in ''Route of Earth''.]]
** [[spoiler:The human shockwave from the same novel was repeated in ''Route of Peaks''.]]
* InvincibleHero: ''Every single one of them''. The worse the battles get is getting severely crippled before a [[DeusExMachina deus ex machina]] saves them.
* KansasCityShuffle: In ''Cyberion Strike'',[[spoiler: Thanic Snader use CD as a distraction to the police while planning to destroy the city.]]
* LateArrivalSpoiler: ''Chemical Siege'' casually spoils a few things about ''Cyberion Strike'', namely [[spoiler:Muranyl is from earth and Thanic's involvement of his crime.]]
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Inevitable as every novel feature completely new characters save for a few recurring ones in ''II''.
* LoveAtFirstPunch: Etlisk and Etliz in ''Cyberion Strike''. See [[DefeatByModesty defeat by modesty]] above.
* LoveMakesYouEvil: Kalen in ''The Secret Programs''.
* MacGuffin: [[spoiler:The holy items.]]
* MagicKnight: A common character in the series, but most notable among them are Syrfan from ''Route of Land''
* {{Mana}}: Called as aura particles, but they can be partially explained by quantum mechanics.
* ManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:Thanic Snader]] in ''Cyberion Strike''.
* MeaningfulName: [[spoiler:T(h)undra is an ice dragon with thunder pulses around it. Tundra is a frozen climate, thus the ice. If dissected, thun refers to the thunder while dra means dragon.]]
** Switch the brackets and you'll get [[spoiler:thu(n)dra, a thunder dragon with ice around it.]] The way of getting the meaning is similar.
* MissionPackSequel: The ''main series''. the plot of the novels are almost the same, i.e. [[spoiler:obtaining the [[MacGuffin Mac Guffin]] and pass the holy trial to qualify as a warrior to go against the demon lord]], despite the sub plots are totally different: ''Route of Land'' feels more like an adventure novel with a few villains unrelated to the demons, ''Route of Sea'' has pirates, ''Route of Earth'' has smugglers [[spoiler:plus demon invasion]] and [[spoiler:''Route of Peaks'' gives cursed saints with mountain bandits, with the demons totally absent.]]
** However, the "sequel" part of this tropes is averted (for now), because they happened around the same time.
* MixAndMatchWeapon
* ModestRoyalty: Clair in ''Route of Land'' wears commoner's clothes.
* MonsterofTheWeek: More like ''enemy of the day'', but there are exceptions, partially due to [[ScheduleSlip schedule slip]].
* MorphWeapon: [[spoiler:Cogra's pen in ''Route of Peaks''. Its extended laser blade can change forms, including a shield and a firing pod.]]
* MythArc: The ''main series''.
* NextSundayAD: ''Beyond The Earth'' is a UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo 2011 entry set in 2012.
* NoLovesIntersect: Almost all protagonists come with couple pairs. The only [[LoveTriangle love triangle]] exist in ''KIMIA'' gets a [[PairTheSpares pair the spares]] treatment in the end.
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:Thanic Snader is still alive and the dead bodies are actually ''copies''.]]
* NonLinearSequel: ''II'' is not a sequel to anything, but a large [[TimeSkip time skip]] which none of the characters in the ''main series'' or ''The Secret Programs'' appear.
* OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo: ''II''. Despite the number, it is a [[NonLinearSequel non-linear sequel]].
* OddlySmallOrganization: CD in ''Cyberion Strike'', which has only four members.
* OlderThanTheyLook: [[spoiler:Enrei.]] There is a reason why he is called the 8 year old man.
* OrphanedSeries: The ''main series'', which is not even ''half''-finished.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: The are called saints. Angels, however exists as an inferior form of saints. Even they live in separate realms.
* OurDragonsAreDifferent: ''Skull'' eastern dragon? And it spit acid?
* OurGhostsAreDifferent: The hollows. They are materialized souls of the dead. Some of them even made out of matter such as metal. If the dead person has more will power, one may turn into a hullow, which is a human made from hollow crystals. After that, at very high will power, a ghoan may form, which is almost indistinguishable from a regular human.
* OurGodsAreGreater: A robotic god in ''Cyber Assault''. It is even called the god of data. The rest are just as normal.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires ''do not'' suck human blood because it is poisonous.
* PietaPlagiarism: Subverted in ''RAKSA'' that [[spoiler:Rakion was alive and woke up in Mifrent's hug.]]
* PostCyberpunk: ''The Secret Programs'' and ''Cyberion Strike''.
* RecycledInSPACE: ''Chemical Siege'' is ''KIMIA'' 100 years later in a different planet.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Clair in ''Route of Land'' is the princess of Oszer while Selia in ''Robbery Assault'' is the queen of Oszer. Shefan in ''Route of Land'' is the head of royal affairs division (ministry) in Hafnal.
* RuleOfCool
* ScheduleSlip: Tends to happen as the ''main series'' will be stopped for WeSeWriMo and UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo projects, but the most big ones are the creator's hiatus from August 2010 to July 2011 and December 2011 until now (scheduled to be resuming by February 2011).
* SdrawkcabName: [[spoiler:Oslanak in ''The Secret Programs''. And it is a girl, mind you. She name herself intentionally to show her partnership with Kanalso. It helps that their respective observers are husband and wife.]]
* ShapeshiftingLover: [[spoiler:Xadio]], a bat and [[spoiler:Orzofia]], a gargoyle to [[spoiler:Formalin]] and [[spoiler:Hefin]] respectively in ''Route of Earth''. How they can shapeshift is not explained, though.
* ShoutOut: [[{{Gradius}} Lord]] [[{{Gradius}} Viper]] in ''Cyberion Strike''.
** More prominent in ''Chemical Siege'':
*** Any instances of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyI I, (insert name(s) here), will (insert action here)!]]
*** A battlefield inspired by ''Franchise/BlackRockShooter''.
*** Several hollows made from [[ElementHunters elements]].
*** [[{{Vocaloid}} Gemini, Ogium-L and Ogium-R]].
* SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer: [[spoiler:Almost everyone in ''KIMIA''.]]
* SpinOff: Some of the sidestories in the novels of main series. A few are actual side stories. ''The Secret Programs'' and ''Chemical Warriors'' is a spin-off to the ''main series'' of sorts as well.
* SpiritualSuccessor: The ''Literature/{{Phantalleum}}'' series.
* SwordBeam: Otherwise called slash waves. Wind based slash waves are [[RazorWind razor winds]] though. In fact, it is possible to slash an enemy and launch one ''at the same time''.
* SwordPlant: A common way to launch magical skills.
* TakeThat: Enrei comments that white phosphorus was used by some bad guys, which is a nod to the Israeli forces using white phosphorus on Palestinians around 2010.
** This makes the humanitarian aid ship a nod at the Flotila ship which was attacked by the same forces.
* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Zetta did this when the potassium iodide crystal weapon was fired for the third time in ''KIMIA''.]]
** Gareia did the same thing with at the last chapter of ''Chemical Siege'', causing Enrei to gone berserk.
* TalkingIsAFreeAction: Dialogues are uttered when the character fights.
* TeacherStudentRomance: [[spoiler:Thene]] with [[spoiler:Irtial]] prior to ''Cyberion Strike'', [[spoiler:Pheryl]] with [[spoiler:Kenny]] in ''The Secret Programs'' and Enrei with Gareia in ''Chemical Siege''.
* TitleDrop: [[spoiler:The attack that Thanic Snader launched on Crasio city is called ''Cyberion Strike'']]
* ThemeNaming: Averted for most novels, but exists in two novels:
** ''Cyberion Strike'':
*** Irtial Kofe are made by joining the symbols of iridium, titanium, aluminum, potassium, oxygen and iron.
*** Thene Estyne: Thiol, Alkene, Ester, Alkyne.
*** Elene Bofer are just electron, neutron, boson and fermion joined as two words.
*** Forva Rucal is a variant: FORTRAN, Java, Ruby and Pascal.
*** Thanic Snader is another variant: Thallium, Arsenic, Snake and Spider. They are all poisonous, matching his villainous character.
*** Delsic Peon: Delphi, BASIC, Perl, Python.
*** CD: Programming languages C and D.
** ''KIMIA'':
*** Zetta Zotto: 10 to the power of +/-24
*** Yotta Yotto: 10 to the power of +/-21
*** [[spoiler:Exa Atto: 10 to the power of +/-18]]
*** [[spoiler:Peta Femto: 10 to the power of +/-15]]
*** [[spoiler:Tera Pico: 10 to the power of +/-12]]
*** [[spoiler:Giga Nano: 10 to the power of +/-9]]
*** [[spoiler:Mega Micro: 10 to the power of +/-6]]
*** [[spoiler:Kilo Mili: 10 to the power of +/-3]]
*** [[spoiler:Hecto Centi: 10 to the power of +/-2]]
*** [[spoiler:Deca Deci: 10 to the power of +/-1]]
* TheSoulless: Gireon Arkiof in ''RAKSA''. Unlike most examples of this trope, he is a ''hero'' and does not want his soul back. [[spoiler:It's not like he can get it back anyway.]]
* TheStarscream: [[spoiler:Harlion after Ortla decided to surrender]] in ''RAKSA''.
* TheUnpronounceable: The author himself found out that his own pseudonym, Murazrai, is this in real life, prompting himself to use an alternate name to ease things.
** In-universe, Kslnah Wryzyon is this to the extent that she asked everyone to [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep call her "the representative]].
* TheVerse
* TournamentArc: The competition at Syn village in ''Route of Land'' [[spoiler:and the holy trials in every novel of ''main series''.]]
* TrueFinalBoss: Lampshaded with Chemical Siege's final two chapters, aptly named [[spoiler:True Final Conforntation]] after [[spoiler:Thanic Snader being revealed the actual villain]].
* {{Understatement}}: [[spoiler:"It's a bit late to hear this exactly from myself, isn't it?"]] This is the exact words from [[spoiler:Frelean Maleau]] in the beginning of ''Chemical Siege'' after she [[spoiler:confessed her love to Enrei before she dies.]]
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend: Fie to Syrfan in ''Route of Land''.
* VirginPower: The brown sword in ''PERAK'' is more powerful when used by a virgin. Oddly for this trope, the weapon is still usable by non-virgins.
* WeaponsKitchenSink: The series as a whole, but the novels to an extent.
* WeaponOfChoice: Played straight in ''main series'', but averted everywhere else when characters switch weapons mid-fight.
* WingedHumanoid: The saints and some angels. Also, [[spoiler:Gareia Kikva, only in special chapters available through email request]].
* WordOfGod: The miscellaneous information and the author's personal journal.
* WordSaladTitle: ''Cyberion Strike'' and ''KIMIA''. See [[TitleDrop title drop]] above for the former.
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