A (long since dead) roleplay over in the Wiki/TVTropes forum that was run by a succession of [=GMs=] (chronologically: Tropers/TheGreatPiesAlt, Tropers/CyganAngel, then Tropers/SabresEdge, Tropers/StephanReiken and Tropers/{{Legionnaire}}) '''Kingdom Hearts: Twilight of the Stars''' took place in its namesake universe, after the end of Kingdom Hearts 2. It's been a year since Sora and Co's final showdown with Xehanort himself, a fight that resulted in heavy sacrifices to finally gain victory. But in the wake of Xehanort's defeat has risen a new group, known only as the Men and Women in White. Strong enough to command the remaining Heartless and Nobody hordes, the two groups have been locked in a struggle for several months now, and the Heroes are slowly losing ground to their new foes.

The player characters, on the other hand, have been running about worlds trying to get everything in order. With several run-ins with both Heroes and Villains under their belt and the strange inability to manage to stay together for any length of time, it's up to the [=PCs=] to tip the delicate balance of power in either direction.

The character sheet can be found [[Characters/KingdomHeartsTwilightOfTheStars Here]] and the Recap can be found [[Recap/KingdomHeartsTwilightOfTheStars Here]].

Now unfortunately ended due to real-life issues and lack of interest.

!This game includes examples of:

* AnyoneCanDie: Lots of times, both with [=NPCs=] and actual player characters.
* AwesomePersonnelCarrier: subverted to an extent. There's nothing particularly awesome about the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MT-LB MT-LB]] that the group gets in the Potterverse, but the machine gun, motor, and light armor is better than walking.
* BackToBackBadasses: Dantae and Altairen against a small Creeper army.
* TheBusCameBack: Colette was "killed" for two months after her player went on hiatus. When he came back, so did she.
* {{Crossover}}: With another RP on the forum, ''[[Roleplay/WizardsVsMuggles Tom Clancy's Harry Potter and the Muggle War]]'', not to mention several characters from entirely different franchises such as Soul Eater and Nintendo.
* CurbStompBattle: Zeron's first run-in with one of the main villains ends badly--he never manages to gain a solid sensor lock against an ambush application of ShockAndAwe.
** Dantae, Altairen and Loki's fight against Erin went very poorly for the good guys.
* DeathFromAbove: flights of Wyverns and other airborne Heartless have proven extremely lethal against players without their own air support.
* GroinAttack: Erin to Dantae, as a final link in the HumiliationConga she put him through when he tried to fight back against her.
* HeroOfAnotherStory: The Canon characters are here, and have already had their final showdown with Xehanort. Also applies to almost every character, since everyone has their own plotline and fights, be they mental or physical.
* KillerGM: The RP became [[NintendoHard significantly more difficult]] when Cygan Angel took over.
** And now the two current [=GMs=] are doing their best to maintain a hard difficulty level.
* LotusEaterMachine: Loki was trapped in one for a bit of non-fatal training. Good thing too, since a regular Ruler of the Sky would probably have killed her in seconds.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Nice job letting [[spoiler: Yen Sid]] die, Heroes.
* NiceJobBreakingItHerod: Nice job killing [[spoiler: Vigil]], Erin. Now [[spoiler: he]]'s stronger than ever.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Confirmed by Word of God that Sora or Roxas (whoever gets there first) is going to beat the crap out of [[spoiler: Vigil]] for essentially kidnapping [[spoiler: Aqua]].
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: a dozen Creepers in a ZergRush versus two [=PCs=]? Normally, easy. A dozen Creepers with proper dive-bombing tactics, employed by a GM who punishes HollywoodTactics? Significantly less easy.
* OutOfGenreExperience: the Wizarding World campaign takes place against the backdrop of an existing RP with a rather different style. It features political intrigues, a rather nasty civil war, and a shift closer to a TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture war story than a HeroicFantasy.
* ScavengerWorld: the [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffyverse]] UsefulNotes/LosAngeles has shades of this.
* SergeantRock: [[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Sergeant Kamarov]], to some extent.
* ShipTease: J/Collette. Later Jossed by WordOfGod.
* TheSiege: Happens to Traverse Town, by the Nobodies.
* SurveillanceDrone: the Potterverse team had one to help them out, until it was snatched out of the air by a Wyvern.
* ShoutOut:
** The Ruler of the Sky's Core reacts similar to an [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Angel]], and Loki kills it the same way Shinji kills the Fourth Angel.
** The entrance and exit process of the Dreamscape Loki is put into by Erin resembles [[Franchise/AssassinsCreed The Animus.]]
** For the duration that Traverse Town was sealed off, characters were introduced into the Buffyverse via [[VideoGame/HalfLife2 a surreal subway ride, apparently managed by a man in blue.]]
** The two gunrunner [=NPCs=] that Loki runs into are, per word of GM, references to two existing movie characters. The GM has challenged the players to figure out just who they're supposed to be.
* [[spoiler:TheoryOfNarrativeCausality]]: this turns out to be the explanation for why the Romania/Potterverse crossover scenario is playing out so differently: [[spoiler:the world lacks the "mystique" that empowers individual heroes and villains.]] [[WordOfGod Word of GM]] confirms this was needed to make the crossover function, and the justification was built into it so it wouldn't seem like an AssPull.
* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: [[AvertedTrope no it doesn't]], especially if it's not a purpose-built knife thrown by an untrained thrower. Kazuma learned this the hard way.
* TrustBuildingBlunder: Happens a lot, mostly in regards to Canon characters. The Group is slowly getting better at it though.