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ParallelDimenson? AnotherDimension

FemaleGaze: Too hot. Hot damn. Make a dragon wanna retire man.



PsychicStatic is when a person blocks-out a mind reader by thinking about nonsense (or music, or something else which is essentially meaningless). Is there a trope for a person deliberately fooling a psychic by ''thinking a lie?'' For example, in an episode of [[WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness Kung Fu Panda,]] Po gains the ability to read minds, but can't turn it off. Overwhelmed by the thoughts of the people around him, he leaves town. One of his enemies discovers that he has powers and thinks to himself, "Don't think about the mind-blocking helmet!" Po grabs the helmet and puts it on, but it was a trick, the helmet actually


[[WesternAnimation/BeeMovie Bee]] WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} [[WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest Test]] [[Series/CoryInTheHouse in the House.]]


[[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill King of the]] [[WesternAnimation/AmericanDad American]] [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpson]] [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy Guy.]] The above has been done. What about this one?


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* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' fanart would occasionally make the player characters more humanoid than their simplistic, cutesy-styled designs. Some go a step further and give the characters older and, in Eve and Magdalene's cases, more feminine designs even though it's stated in-game that they are children and WordOfGod states that all characters are just Isaac himself in different costumes (forms in the case of three secret characters) which means said appearances are inaccurate or require some serious alternate universe-changes.

* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'': Darwin started out with a somewhat-healthy brotherly relationship with Gumball, and in one of the earlier episodes was even willing to have another friend to hang out with. Though he does get a pretty serious crush on him while in a dress. Come season three, and he becomes rather obsessive and jealous after [[spoiler:Gumball and Penny hook up]], once resorting to following around Penny and being highly upset with how he spends more time with her than him, despite at the very least having a crush on Carrie that was even called back to in the same season.


[[VideoGame/TheWonderful101 "If it isn't -- who are you?"]]

* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: It takes place in a universe where humanoid/sentient life comes from slowly-growing bodies of a strange liquid that also gives them near-immortality upon birth, another strange self-replenishing liquid allows both creating matter and traveling faster than light, there is a wide span of genetic differences (of the six initial main characters, two of them have naturally red irises, one has webbed hands and feet, another has six fingers and toes each, one has ''blue skin'', [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and a final one has green hair]] -- all of them came from Earth. And some of the extraterrestrial life looks completely human, while some Earth life has downright alien features), [[spoiler:the universe is secretly watched over by a bunch of crystals, and they in turn support a teenager-turned-RealityWarper who made the world and turns out to have ordered said crystals to make the verse based on a ''romance novel'' he's writing to himself]], there is a lot of lecturing about comparing swords to progression and strange LargeHam speeches, and to top it all off there's now a non-canon spinoff that occasionally delves into even weirder stories not part of its continuity and go for the bizarre. A lot of it ''does'' get explained near the end, but ASOM is still odd from start to finish.

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* The fact that Kamina met this incarnation of the 360 not in ''any'' point in the distant future, but at the graveyard/memorial site of the Rainbow Crew. Then, that's when it hits: Despite dodging death at least once (twice counting the six that were killed in chapter 12 but revived quickly after thanks to Pip's ghost), most of them do have a limited lifespan, and there will be a time where they'll all die. The only exceptions, the Leijons, are probably doomed to die since, jokes aside, ''Simpsons'' likely isn't going to last forever. And... confusingly, at some point before Kamina's arrival it technically "already ended" yet it "didn't" in HHC's 2041. Also present is the graves of Hecksing. Rip seems to be the only major character from either story who survived and used her near-unkillability to make it to 3000.
-->"Refract the lights of Heaven, Rainbow Crew. You earned it."
* Related to the above: [[spoiler:In the epilogue of HHC, Seras is seen by the cemetary for Kamina. Kamina was giving Seras's grave the same stare. Thanks to time travel, they've both been in a point of time where the other has been KilledOffForReal]].
* Most of chapter 18 once the Crew gets into the eponymous war. Characters die left and right, and each member gives off some kind of last words to remind you that they aren't just numbers, yet there's a hope in the form of the stem-cell room... but things go wrong as Nepeta gets increasingly saddened for something while staring blankly at the direction of the room. When it boils down to John and the Leijons, she finally breaks down saying that even though they made it, they still can't revive anybody without a trace of their DNA to put into the machine, and she blames herself for being unable to prepare for a plan like this and help them all into the room. Thankfully, Meulin and her counterpart gathered everyone up. Also Alucard's brought back. ''But'', it turns out that his entire conflict with Kanaya leading up to his death was actually the result of a pointless misunderstanding, they start to get along... only for Alucard to be blown up again (though this was played for laughs). The rest of the chapter where the Pikmin interns rescue them was played for laughs as usual, but still.
* Chapter 22 is mostly pretty lighthearted and standard fare, but there is one moment of note: Red's conversation to John about easily becoming obsessed with time traveling to make an ideal split timeline. [[spoiler:And relatedly, how much stable time loops can screw with one's head. Red herself was actually there to witness Kamina die, except she accidentally had the date, time, and location of his perma-death spoiled to her. Wanting to avoid making a split and going into the obsession of making more timelines to try to get an "ideal" one, she lets it happen as she read. And this raises the question that she only refused to save him ''because'' she knew she already would when she witnesses the events happening]]. A bit of talk over a Spartan going insane with the time traveling which led to the firm "Don't intentionally make another timeline" rule, and John is left speechless. Which leads to the next part: [[spoiler:''Kamina'' knew or at least strongly thought he was going to die somewhere in that particular mission too, and just before time-traveling to 2011 to stop the giant mutant he was huddling in his room. When he notices Red spot him, he instantly resumes his facade, gives a big speech about not worrying about the what ifs, should haves, and if onlys, then warps away while ignoring what Red says. So, since Kamina basically spent most of his screentime in HUC knowing that his days are limited]], it's a pretty big CerebusRetcon for what seemed like a random crossover cameo before.\\
It also explains why the 360 as a whole and Red specifically seems to be so rude the the Rainbow Crew: [[spoiler:Meenah hired Homer and Stalfos. Homer tagged along with the Rainbow Crew after Meenah fired him, and was then attacked by the Stalfos. Which caused him to get knocked into nuclear waste and transform into the giant. Which is what initially triggered the mission -- Kamina only had to kill GMHS, the rest of the stuff he did with Hecksing instantly after was just some extra work he thought he'd put in. If not for the Crew's antics, GMHS would not have been made and Kamina would have no need to eventually be in the path of a major supervillain that eventually drained his life]].
-->'''Red:''' Thanks to time travel, [[spoiler:Kamina was like a father to me, then a brother. I felt like I lost two members of my family at once. And deep down I feel like the stable loop being me not doing anything about it just meant I was that indecicive]].


[[folder:360 in General?]]

* AllYourColorsCombined: Happens just about every time they make a simultaneous attack. Fusion takes this even further, with her own skin and hair (and eyes, etc) gradually changing the colors of those that make her up. [[spoiler:This changes from her having a bunch of "lines" that roughly move around and divide different-colored sections, to her being one solid hue that slowly changes all around smoothly, representing the team both getting more competant and growing together]].
* ColorCodedCharacters: Subverted when it comes to several of the more minor ones, as their colors have very small differences (and the "darker" and "lighter" variants used for them even overlap thanks to the limitations of computer pixels and the colors they can display), but played straighter with the main twelve and a few of the ones in between having pretty distinct hues from eachother.
* ConservationOfNinjutsu: Zig-zagged. In some cases, they tend to overpower a few of the antagonists they face even if only one of them is going after them, yet some little flaw or specialty or even an inter-conflict hinders this and that's tha main focus of the given chapter. When fighting in large groups, they tend to kick as much ass as they would solo, and overwhelm even ''Icesky'' in their establishing incarnations. (Who had previously curb-stomped Red.)
* DamnYouMuscleMemory: In ''MUGEN''. To cover it in brief, it resembles the Luiginoids from ''Mario and Luigi: Dream Team'', at least the "stack" formation (the other two are original and you never play with the Luiginoids simply in a crowd following Mario, though they do appear that way in the cutscene introducing the mechanic). Second, the switch buttons are ''below'' the action buttons, and one of them is used for hypers. Third, there are three "regular" action icons. Fourth, jumping is never any of them, and you simply use the up key like regular fighting game characters. And sometimes the buttons may work in odd ways. Not to mention some might be used to the different action buttons simply being below and to the left of the other, resulting in pressing "A" when intending to press "X" or "Y" and thus switching when not intending to. And that's just the tip of the iceberg, and there's a reason why the Readme strongly encourages you to get down each attack in training first. And it will only get worse seeing as solo-Red has been considered being made into a more traditional-type character.
* ADayInTheLimelight: Given out frequently. It's even been a deal in the original story to have at least one new member be introduced each chapter.
* ElementalPowers: Even when they are supposedly human like ''Crconikals'', they still study the mastery of a given element. Each one of them has their own element that they specialize in and can use to pull off pretty large feats.
* {{Expy}}:
** Crimson is a very blatant expy of Eve from ''Slash of Mortality'' (which is another work by the same author), and a bit more of Eve's inspiration, Kamina from ''Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann'' (which obviously isn't). Her WeaponOfChoice is even a drill, although that's something ''Simon'' uses.
** Violet was retroactively given a few similarities to [[WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil Star Butterfly]], and basically what would happen if she was older, had much more control over magic, and obsessed with meat and weaponizing animals she spawned. And as a KnifeNut.
** Similar to Witchita being "GPF-Vriska" in that she dips in and out of being a complete and utter joke (yet, unlike Vriska in his fanworks, she has a lot more moments of being a genuine antagonist, especially in some of the spinoff incarnations), a few of the members are based on either characters from ''Homestuck'', Fan's own derivatives, loose interpretiations that quickly diverge away, or fanon selves. Vermilion is what would happen if Roxy was near-perpetually drunk and had her cloning interest replaced with a milder one towards botany. Blue is surprisingly a lot like Jake, complete with more than a few called-out assholish moments (but she grows away from them).
** Blue also physically resembles, and later starts to become slightly more along the lines of, Stacy, a character from a prior work from the author ("fully" debuting in ''THE BEST FAMILY'', but having a few other appearances, including a cameo at the beginning of ''Degree Duck'' (which is technically her first ''actual'' appearance)). Minus the glasses in most cases, but for the obvious reason that no demon needs a pair due to being able to manipulate and adjust their eyes freely.
** While not tied to the eponymous group, Witchita's literal and figurative [[TheDragon Dragon]] Hydra is another instance of the Nintendo [=3DS=] Argumented Reality Game's dragon boss fights all being lumped together and put on the same body. Even if the individual dragons look vastly different.
* GirlsNeedRoleModels: This is discussed and probably averted so far in [=360DD=], where they flat-out admit that none of them that they know on a deep or personal level would make for idea role models. Red is a bit of a slacker and underachiever. Green has good intentions but goes overkill with them. Violet's just plane batshit. Etc.
* HijackedByGanon: All-too often some form of Icesky will take the storyline over. Not always, but sometimes.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Naturally a given. While Red, Green, and Blue get the most screentime, followed by Yellow, Cyan, and Magenta, and then the tertiary six (though Violet, Azure, and Orange have started getting a little more role than Cyan despite her close ties with Magenta), supposedly the "main" members are clocked in at ''twelve''. The ones introduced in the first chapter of [=360DD=].
* MechanicallyUnusualFighter: After being made in ''VideoGame/{{MUGEN}}'', they are essentially this. All 360 of them go at once, yet mainly attack in different formations that can be changed and overall resemble using Luiginoids from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam''. Complete with very similar-looking action icons.
* MightyGlacier: Fusion, who is ''incredibly'' strong thanks to being made up of a combination of some or most or all of them, yet also not exactly ''slow'', but very uncoordinated for that exact same reason. It takes a lot of teamwork and effort to make Fusion do a given task, which is why fusing into her is usually only used in utmost emergencies.
* NoFairCheating: Their ''MUGEN'' incarnation, like many of his characters, have an "anti-cheap mode" when against certain powerful opponents. Though instead of having a randomly-appearing invincible and overpowered striker at their aid, they instead just eat "Uncle Bob"-burgers before the match, which gives them infinite power for the entire fight.
* PronounTrouble: Even the band can't really come up with a consensus as to what pronouns to refer Fusion with. Some of them, like Blue, simply use "she" on the basis that a FusionDance of several women = also a women, also Fusion by default has an unmistakenly female body type. Others, like Yellow, use "they" because Fusion is technically a plural, and even when talking uses RoyalWe. Some don't give a damn, like Green or Violet, and just say whatever comes to mind at the time. And Red, possibly along with others, sees Fusion less of a person and more of a tool, saying "It's like Fusion is a car except there's a lot of drivers at once and the car is also part of the drivers," and uses "it." This gets more complicated as some incarnations have gender-bending among the 360, and as a result Fusion can look either male or [[AmbiguousGender bigender]] depending on the ratio involved.
* RealMenWearPink: All of the male incarnations of them retain their coloring, including the pink-range ones. Some of them also retain the skirts or dress parts of the outfits, and some even ''add'' skirts/dresses while their female selves wear pants.
* RedShirtArmy: Averted. All of them are said to eventually get at least some fleshing out, and when it comes to fights they are treated along equal priority to the more major members. There's even a chance that some then-unintroduced one will suddenly be able to kick the ass of a major villain when the whole group is fighting someone at once. Red herself also dislikes it when people try to prioritize certain member's importance over another, claiming that she not only sees them as equally important to keep alive, but that in another scenario like ''Star Trek'' she would even risk her own life to save as many red shirts as possible.
* ShoutOut:
** ''VideoGame/TheWonderful101'' is said to be a huge inspiration to the idea of a band of several heroes. In later chapters of ''Degree Duck'' or in some incarnations the whole story, it also covers the concept of flipping around "One powerful hero versus several weaker enemies" by having each member eventually fail to live up to the larger, tougher foes yet together they absolutely floor them.
** Fusion's color-changing resembles that of the redesigned Onion from ''Pikmin 3'', just more vertical than horizontal.
* TokenHuman: While their ''Crconikals'' selves are apparantly human despite still looking like colorful demons, most incarnations of the band have a least one "ordinary" human member with them. Sometimes, but rarely, it's more than one. The original story has Duck and Malcolm [[spoiler:until the latter's death in chapter 6]], ''Crconikals'' itself has Kamina, possibly Cortana depending on how you count her status as a hologram, [[spoiler:formerly Yoko before her death, and finally Simon after Kamina's death]], the ''King of the Hill'' crossovers have Hank or Bobby take on the role...
* YourSizeMayVery:
** Fusion. In several incarnations the full 360-combo version of her is the size of a skyscraper or so, and her blade is much larger. In ''MUGEN'', despite having the same number of people involved, she's about as large as a stack of six or seven 360 members on eachother's shoulders and her blade is barely her own size. Though ''MUGEN'' at least has some justification in that even if Fusion wasn't 360 times the size of an average person, at her more traidtional size her foot wouldn't even be able to fit on the screen.
** This is averted with the 360's ''MUGEN'' incarnations themselves, at least via HandWave: They're not small, but your enemy fighter is just ''exceptionally large'' for some reason that might vary depending on the fighter (Cheaper Edd's just powerful enough to turn into a giant, the Homer Army not only had a magic hammock that cloned Homer Simpson but also another one that made each clone bigger, the description for Pimp Cody is just "he's a huge jerk," etc). This is supported by how their associated stage is a scaled-down city where they actually match up to the sidewalks and the like in a believable way.


* This was parodied with lists such as "Top Ten ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' Episodes With Nudity in Them," "Top Ten Shopping Malls in Canada Whose Construction Started 1990 or 1991," "Top Ten Shopping Malls in Canada Whose Construction Started in 1992 or 1993," "Top Ten Episodes of Our Top Ten Lists," and "Top Ten Video Games that Have the Word 'Sun' Somewhere in Their Title."

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-->'''Hank Hill:''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-lg01vSWo4 YOU'RE FIRED!]]