Starting out as Celestial Eruption back in 2006 on Invisionfree, Celestial Refresh is a statistical [[PlayByPostGames Play By Post Game]] centering around characters and settings from various video games, anime, and a few other odd sources being ripped from their homeland and thrown into a new universe, simply called TheMultiverse. [[FishOutOfTemporalWater Many don't take this]] [[CrapsaccharineWorld very well at first]], however, over time, characters learn to adjust to their new homes and neighbors, and veterans are generally unfazed by the zanier parts of both magic and technology, regardless of their native home's surroundings. Despite it's dips into rather depressing situations, it does have it's sillier and more lighthearted moments.

You can find a link to it [[ here]], and the wiki [[ here]]. You can also find the character sheet [[Characters/{{CelestialRefresh}} here]].
!!Tropes related to CRRP:


[[folder:Story/In character tropes]]
* AbortedArc: Due to the nature of the RP, an arc can be dropped due to disinterest between players, someone switching out, or general inactivity. Tends to be averted nowadays with board-wide arcs, however.
* AerithAndBob: Justified, since the multiverse is the biggest melting pot in existence.
* AnachronismStew: What happens when you put [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Hyrule]] and [[SonicTheHedgehog Station Square]] within space- or magic-traveling distance of each other
* AlternateUniverse: Explains a few discrepancies between characters and their original counterparts.
* ApocalypseHow: A few times, but generally Class 0 or Class 1
* ArcFatigue: The ZombieApocalypse arc is a prime example, though a lot of members can generally get tired of board-wide arcs due to how long they go on.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Leaders of factions are usually pretty strong.
* BlandNameProduct: [[Website/{{twitter}} Flitter!]]
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Some characters do this often, such as Deadpool or Andrew Hussie.
* CrapsaccharineWorld: Many people that were pure and innocent have been turned jaded, and many places like the [[{{Mario}} Mushroom]] and [[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga BeanBean]] Kingdoms have been overrun by [[DrivenToMadness Insanity]] and [[Franchise/{{Disgaea}} Demons]], respectively.
* CrossoverShip: Given the nature of the site, these are common.
* DarkestHour: [[spoiler: NO had certainly going through one, with the destruction of their main HQ and the death of their leader, [[VideoGame/{{Fable}} Sparrow]] before disbanding and the few remaining members sticking around as the Radiant Crusade.]]
* DeathIsCheap: The penalty for death is spending two weeks in a Diablo-based Netherrealm. And some of the areas in it are actually quite nice and peaceful.
** However, a character can permanently die if the player so chooses to go such a route, examples being [[VideoGame/{{Fire Emblem Elibe}} Hector]] and the aforementioned Sparrow.
%% * DeathMountain:
* EvenEvilHasStandards: An inevitability, with the alignment system.
* EvilTowerOfOminousness: Kefka's Tower before it was dismantled.
* FantasyKitchenSink
* FloatingContinent: Angel Island. The Mansion, which is the headquarters of the Multiversal Tea Association, also counts on a smaller scale.
* FishOutOfTemporalWater: Most everyone starts out this way.
* FoeYay: [[TheOnlyOneAllowedToDefeatYou SA-X and Metal Sonic]], [[IHaveYouNowMyPretty Luxord and Florina]], [[UnholyMatrimony Ganondorf and Zelda]]...this trope is all over the place.
* GargleBlaster: [[CapitalLettersAreMagic Infected Mage]] is one hell of a drink... even [[HealingFactor Deadpool]] can't bring himself to drink more than five.
* GreenHillZone: Yep.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: Happens often, especially with people like [[VideoGame/{{Dead Rising}} Frank West]] running around. The most infamous example is probably [[VideoGame/{{Metal Wolf Chaos}} Michael Wilson]] using [[VideoGame/{{Okami}} Amatarasu]] as a weapon.
-> Michael: "SUCK ON MY...WOLF PUNCH!"
* InevitableTournament: Some story arcs start with this.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/{{Fable}} Sparrow]] was recently killed during the assault on the NO HQ, and his player specifically stated that it counted as this.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: Several: [[VideoGame/{{Fable}} The Crawler]] is a good example, as he was [[WordOfGod deliberately taken to kill some characters]].
* LevelDrain: All characters suffer this upon entering the Multiverse.
-> "[The Multiversal Drain] takes away all of [a character's] power, but removes any limitations, turning everyone into an over the top Manga/OnePiece character."
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Within the nature of the RP, but some RPers can be examples themselves, RPing double-digits worth of characters by themselves.
* DreamLand: The Multiversal Tea Association has access to [[VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}} The Hunter's Dream]], which is a limbo-like world that doesn't seem to exist in reality.
* [[WorldOfBadass Multiverse Of Badass]]: Even the TokenMiniMoe is a force to be reckoned with.
* [[CityOfWeirdos Multiverse Of Weirdos]]: No matter what one may look like, they are not the strangest thing the multiverse has to offer.
* NightmareFuelStationAttendant: [[VideoGame/{{Fable}} The Crawler]]
* NotAsYouKnowThem: Several characters, often due to character development.
* SchizoTech: Flintlocks and assault rifles and HumongousMecha, oh my!
** [[GunsAreWorthless And they all have the same effectiveness!]]
* HubLevel: The Moon serves as this, more specifically, the Tower of Twilight.
* TheLostWoods
* TheMultiverse
* TheTower: The Tower of Twilight, which serves as the cultural capital of the entire multiverse.
* [[ArcWelding Topic Welding]]: The site as a whole generally does this a lot, due to its...''convenient'' time-line.
* WhamEpisode: Alan attacking the NO HQ, specifically targeting three of its big name members (all of whom he had been on amiable terms with previously) in order to create a name for his own new faction, killing [[VideoGame/{{Fable}} Sparrow]] in the process.
** The death of Gannondorf, which threw the long established Lords of Midnight into chaos and led to what was the essentially the death of the faction, with many members joining another faction or leaving, ending one of the most long-established factions in the RP's reign.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Several characters, sometimes lampshaded by characters not used to strange hair colors.

[[folder:Meta/Out of Character tropes]]
* BileFascination: The sole reason the [[{{Squick}} "Lizardman"]] and "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Furry Handjob]]" quests are archived for people to read, as far as [[{{In-universe}} the memberbase is concerned]]. Well that and to torture members.
* ButtMonkey: Uber is consistently the victim of many colorful forms of harassment.
* DeadpanSnarker: Several people. Averted with Mima, who you think is being this, but is actually completely and utterly serious. Maybe.
* FanNickname: Nearly every skype regular has one]], though most people go by the name of the first character they picked. Notable examples are Frank and Vent, who at certain points in time both switched out Frank West and Vent, were still called this.
* HurricaneOfPuns
* MemeticMolester: Mima.
* MemeticMutation: [[{{In-universe}} YOU GOTTA EARN IT, THE HARD WAY]].
** [[DoubleEntendre Lewd]]
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: In-universe case: numerous system changes caused a failed revolt from a select few of the older members.
* WikiRule: [[ Here]].

[[folder:Gameplay Tropes]]
* AnnoyingArrows[=/=]ArbitraryGunPower: Somewhat justified with the Multiversal Drain affecting the deadliness of most weapons.
* CharacterAlignment: In-universe example for general placement. Uses a number system instead of the usual format. Ranges from +5 (IncorruptiblePurePureness) to -5 (Complete Monster)
* CharacterLevel: Battle Levels serve as this.
* CriticalExistenceFailure: Although played straight statistic wise, it's usually good manners to subvert this trope in character.
* DamageTyping: Attacks can be Melee, Ranged, Ballistic, or Spell-based. They can also have No-Type, if they don't fit into any of those categories.
* [[FireIceLightning Fire Cold Lightning]]: Makes their rounds, along with several other elements, such as Dark, Mental, Bio, Energy, Slashing...
* GameMaster: Moderators usually fall into this role, but some quests, called Personal Quests, don't require any Mods.
* GlobalCurrency: "c" is this.
* GunsAreWorthless: A bullet will deal just as much as a knife or an axe or a fist for the exact same energy point cost.
* HitPoints
* InAndOutOfCharacter
* KarlMarxHatesYourGuts
* LoadsAndLoadsOfRules: A little more than your standard RP, but justified due to the complex stat system, and is nowhere near as bad as a TabletopGame.
** YMMV on if it's as bad as a Table Top RPG. Most [[TableTopGames table top RPGs]] run quickly after you figure out the single core mechanic. CRRP doesn't have a singular core mechanic.
* {{Mana}}: Labeled as Energy Points, and can be used for anything from magic spells to martial arts skills to aiming for different body parts.
* MoneySpider: Sometimes, although occasionally subverted.
* [[GlobalAirship Multiversal Spaceship]]
* OneSizeFitsAll: Equipment bought for one character will easily fit another.
* PlayByPostGame
* PointBuySystem[=/=]TechPoints: You can use c to buy new attacks, or improve attack damage, or increase your vitals.
* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Monsters in quests do not have to abide by the same rules that the [=PCs=] do. A member of the Third Street Saints once had a move that can cast charm and player characters, which is a move that usually can only work on followers.
* [[WebcomicTime Questing Time]]: With the occasional LampshadeHanging for good measure.
* StandardStatusEffect: Many make their rounds [[CallARabbitASmeerp under different names]]
* [[UniversalPoison Universal Wound]]
* WalletOfHolding Considering there isn't a single universal currency (Most collectively call it "c"), most people are carrying several different kinds, from paper to jewels to coins...