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"Like a {{Saturday Morning Cartoon}} that airs on {{HBO}}."

Currently in its seventh year of operation (est. October 2007), ''[[http://www.freedomplaybypost.com/index.php Freedom City Play-By-Post]]'' is the largest and most active ''[[{{Mutants And Masterminds}} Mutants & Masterminds]]'' play-by-post setting on the Internet. Taking place in ''M&M'''s default ''{{Freedom City}}'' setting in the present day, the [[{{Game Tropes}} game]] has become a massive shared universe, involving dozens of active players and over a hundred {{Player Character}}s. Most of the staff are fans of both superhero comics and {{TV Tropes}}, which means they expect characters to draw from the common tropes and themes of [[{{Comic Book Tropes}} comic books]].

That said, the staff has little patience for {{Troll}}s or {{Mary Sue}}s, and they prefer to avoid certain [[{{Unfortunate Implications}} problematic tropes]]. Please do not submit bloodthirsty [[{{Dark Age}} Iron Age]] vigilantes, or female characters wearing {{Stripperific}} costumes with {{Rape As Backstory}}. Player Characters should falls somewhere between SilverAge, BronzeAge, and ModernAge in feel, basically the [[WhiteAndGrayMorality Good Guys]], and their concepts should pass tests like "Would people buy a comic book about this character?" and "Why would anyone talk to this character?" If your character would fit as a recurring character in a ''{{DCAU}}'' series, then they'll probably fit in here.

Many of the tropes in the game can be found on the pages for the ''[[{{Mutants And Masterminds}} Mutants & Masterminds]]'' game, or the ''{{Freedom City}}'' setting for that game. This page is intended for tropes unique to ''FCPBP'' and its active [[{{Characters/FreedomCityPlayByPost}} characters]]. '''Tropes and entries for inactive characters are subject to deletion without notice.'''
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* {{Action Girl}}: The [[{{Super Hero}} superhero]] genre is brimming with this trope, and ''FCPBP'' is no exception.
* AllThereInTheManual: ''Green Ronin'' has published over a dozen supplements with information about the ''{{Freedom City}}'' setting, and most of the active players have read ALL OF THEM.
* {{Alternate Company Equivalent}} / {{Captain Ersatz}} / {{Expy}}: Most [[PlayerCharacter [=PCs=]]], intentionally or not. See the individual listings in the [[{{Characters/FreedomCityPlayByPost}} Characters]] section for details.
* {{Ancient Egypt}}: Several [[{{Player Character}} [=PCs=]]] have origin stories which begin here.
* {{Animal Superheroes}}: [[{{Alternate Universe}} Ani-Earth]]'s [[{{Anthropomorphic Shift}} Infurceptors]] visited Earth-Prime in pursuit of the Factor Fur. They included [[{{Hurricane Of Puns}} Avengemouse, Calico Angel, Feline, Foalcrum, Jackalope of All Blades, Jestnut and Lambkos]].
* AnthologyComic: What the site would be, if it were an actual comic imprint. The Moderators encourage players to run their characters as if they were the protagonists of a monthly superhero comic book. One of the first questions in the auditing process for a new [[PlayerCharacter PC]] is "Why would someone buy a comic about them?"
* {{The Assimilator}}: The Collective, a player-created {{Expy}} of ''[[{{ComicBook/UltimateMarvel}} Ultimate]]'' [[{{ComicBook/Galactus}} Galactus]]. The Collective is a {{Hive Mind}} which uses mass {{Mind Rape}} and {{Unwilling Roboticization}} to transform entire planets into {{Applied Phlebotinum}}.
* AxCrazy: Generally [[{{Averted Trope}} averted]]. [[VillainProtagonist PC Villains]] were banned in part because the Moderators grew weary of explaining to some players the difference between a SuperVillain and the [[KillEmAll protagonist]] of ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto''.
* {{Badass Normal}}: ''FCPBP'' has surprisingly few of these active at any one time. [[{{Trick Arrow}} Arrowhawk]] has been the most enduring so far.
* [[{{Bat Family Crossover}} Bat-Family Crossover]]: The most common type of crossover story arc at ''FCPBP'', given the sheer size of the site, and how difficult it is to run a major story arc with dozens and dozens of players contributing.
* {{Beware The Superman}}: [[{{Averted Trope}} Averted]]. Except for the [[{{Dark Age}} Iron Age]] in the '80s and early '90s, {{Freedom City}} has always loved its [[{{Super Hero}} superheroes]].
** The "Terminus Babies" (see {{Mutants}}, below) are about as close as the setting comes to this trope, and they're not even official ''{{Freedom City}}'' canon.
* [[{{Black And White Morality}} Black-&-White Morality]]: Often [[{{Subverted Trope}} subverted]], much to the annoyance of older heroes with [[{{Silver Age}} stricter moral codes]]. ''FCPBP'' stories aren't explicit, but they are, at times, "for mature readers."
* {{The Boxing Episode}} / {{Lets You And Him Fight}}: "Fisticuffs," and the sequel, "Fisticuffs 2: This Time, It's Not Fisticuffs 1."
* {{Bronze Age}} / {{Modern Age}}: The general tone ''FCPBP'' strives for.
* CanonImmigrant: Several characters played at ''FCPBP'' were created for and/or played in other games over the years, especially the site administrator's signature character, Doktor Archeville.
* {{The Cape}}: The local {{Expy}} of {{Superman}}, [[{{The Paragon}} The Centurion]], has been dead since the 1993 [[{{Crisis Crossover}} Terminus Invasion]]. He [[{{Averted Trope}} hasn't]] gotten [[{{Back From The Dead}} better]], and [[{{Word Of God}} Word of God]] says he never will.
* {{Catch Phrase}}: The players who often meet in the chatroom and/or [[{{In And Out Of Character}} in-character]] make up a lot of these, including "Stab-Punch" and "KISS HIM/HER, YOU FOOL!"
* CardboardPrison: [[VillainProtagonist PC Villains]] were banned in part due to the desire of the Moderators to [[AvertedTrope avert]] this trope.
* CastFullOfWriters
* CatholicSchoolGirlsRule: [[{{Averted Trope}} Averted]]. [[PedoHunt Several blocked attempts]] have been made to play [[NauseaFuel hyper-sexualized adolescent female characters]]. The Moderators have been neither amused nor impressed. Nothing brings out the banhammer faster or harder than trying to submit a [[{{Player Character}} PC]] whose primary purpose is the player's sexual titillation.
* ComicBookFantasyCasting: ''FCPBP'' players [[http://www.freedomplaybypost.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1256 periodically]] [[http://www.freedomplaybypost.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1627 discuss]] which real-life actors they would cast as their character, and some even use their headshot for their "out-of-costume" character pictures.
* ComicBookLimbo: The Archives sub-forum.
* {{Comic Book Time}}: Played straight for the individual stories as a matter of necessity, given the play-by-post format, but [[{{Averted Trope}} averted]] for the overall {{Shared Universe}} timeline, which moves forward in real time.
* ComicBookTropes: In a game inspired by comic books, these are not only common, but encouraged.
* {{Crapsack World}}: [[{{Averted Trope}} Averted]] on Earth-Prime. The main universe of the ''{{Freedom City}}'' setting is an optimistic place, where most people are basically good, and most people love their [[{{Super Hero}} superheroes]]. Other dimensions, like ''[[{{Stupid Jetpack Hitler}} Erde]]'' and the [[{{Death World}} Terminus]], on the other hand...
* {{Crisis Crossover}}: The demonic invasion, when [[{{Noble Demon}} Hellion]]'s father came with a [[{{The Legions Of Hell}} demonic host]] to bring him home. It wasn't technically a {{Red Skies Crossover}}, but the skies above {{Freedom City}} were red...
** The [[{{Easily Thwarted Alien Invasion}} third]] Grue [[{{Alien Invasion}} Invasion]], when they finally activated their [[{{Playing With Syringes}} experimental bio-weapon]], [[spoiler:[[{{ComicBook/IncredibleHulk}} Atlas]]]]. ({{Oh Crap}}.)
** The "Halloween Special," where the fight between Hades and Baron Samedi spilled over into massive waves of undead and cultists flocking to {{Freedom City}}.
** "[=ArchEvil=]" had Doctor Archeville's [[{{Superpowered Evil Side}} Super-Powered Evil Side]] finally take over and unleash a number of magical and scientific monstrosities in the name of "reshaping" the world.
** Then there was the time [[{{Galactus}} the Gorgon]] showed up in orbit, threatening to encase the Earth in gray goo due to the taint of the [[{{Names To Run Away From Really Fast}} Terminus]].
** The "Hot Zone," where the city came under quarantine after a villain released an airborne mutagen that resulted in most of the city developing superpowers... [[{{Power Incontinence}} control not guaranteed]].
** The Day of Wrath, where Curator (the setting's [[{{ComicBook/Brainiac}} Brainiac]] {{Expy}}) androids turned out to have replaced several heroes and caused brief chaos throughout the city with the help of the [[{{Killer Robot}} Foundry]]'s robots, followed by the rescue of those replaced.
* {{Deconstruction}}: [=AvengerAssembled=] ran a story called "[[ComicBook/HouseOfM House of L]]", a FifthWeekEvent wherein his [[WindsOfDestinyChange luck controller]] Mark Lucas (A.K.A. "Edge") was killed, and [[PersonOfMassDestruction his father]] Rick Lucas snapped, manifesting the same [[RealityWarper reality-bending powers]] as his son. He used them to transform [[FreedomCity the World of Freedom]] into an idealized version of the SilverAge, a world where [[ScienceMarchesOn technology marched on]], but culture never advanced past TheFifties. What could have been a simple lighthearted romp through an old man's nostalgia turned out to be terrifying as AA began to [[LampshadeHanging shine spotlights]] onto the [[UnfortunateImplications hypocritical nature]] of such an idea, and [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans the horrible things]] which [[WellIntentionedExtremist Rick]] had to keep doing to maintain the illusion that it was a better world. The whole story turned out to be a particularly well-executed TakeThat against the likes of Creator/GeoffJohns, Creator/DanDiDio, Creator/JoeQuesada, and all the other [[RunningTheAsylum contemporary creators]] who seem hell-bent on purging from the {{Canon}} any characters or stories which didn't exist back when they were kids (no matter how many people have to be StuffedIntoTheFridge to make it happen).
* DemotedToExtra: This is bound to happen to most characters. Players come and go. Interest fades and revives. RealLife gets in the way sometimes.
* DysfunctionJunction: ''FCPBP'' has no shortage of emotional problems among the cast. (Or the players, for that matter.)
* EgomaniacHunter: [[CombatPragmatist Orion]], the premiere NPC example of the setting, came closer to killing [[ImplausibleFencingPowers Jack of All Blades]] than any villain Jack had faced before (even villains several PowerLevels higher). However, the fight did not end well for Orion (see the CrowningMomentOfAwesome tab).
* ElitesAreMoreGlamorous: Players who stick with a character over the long haul gain not only in-game bonuses, like power-ups or extra character slots, but also nifty titles like "Gold Status."
* EverybodyHasLotsOfSex: Superheroes work hard, play hard, live fast, and die young. But the staff requires that it be kept off-screen and PG-13.
* EvilCounterpart: The world of Anti-Earth, where everyone who is good on Earth-Prime is evil. It includes the [[http://www.freedomplaybypost.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2240#p43462 Young Imperials]], who are are the Evil Counterparts to [[KidHero Young Freedom]].
* {{Fiction 500}}: Several [=PCs=] rank among their number.
* {{Fictional Country}}: Players have created a few.
** "[[{{Peoples Republic Of Tyranny}} New Freedom]]," a [[{{Beware The Superman}} metahuman dictatorship]] on the coast of [[{{Mysterious Antarctica}} Antarctica]].
** [[{{Qurac}} Socotra]], a [[{{X Meets Y}} mashup]] of [[{{Ruritania}} Latveria]]/[[{{Vice City}} Madripoor]] off the coast of [[{{UsefulNotes/Yemen}} Yemen]]. The resident {{President Evil}} is Typhoon, a [[{{Making A Splash}} hydrokinetic]], {{Powered Armor}} wearing {{Expy}}/[[{{X Meets Y}} mashup]] of {{Doctor Doom}} and {{Magneto}}.
* FifthWeekEvent: Several times a year, the Moderators announce "Vignettes" - short stories about a certain topic or in a certain style. Players can write the Vignettes about their characters for extra [[ExperiencePoints power points]].
* FireForgedFriends: Many [=PCs=] bond this way, in times of danger and havoc, leading to deep appreciations of each other.
* FiveManBand: Most teams have this in some way or another.
** Young Freedom 1.5, Edge is TheHero, Blue Fox is TheLancer, Midnight II is TheSmartGuy, Wander is TheBigGuy, Cobalt Templar is TheHeart.
* GenderBender: Doc Otaku tested a Gender Reversal Ray on Avenger, Dark Star, Doktor Archeville, Geckoman, and Wesley Knight. HilarityEnsued.
** [[IncrediblyLamePun Earth-XX]] is an entire (player-created) AlternateUniverse of gender-swapped characters.
* {{GMPC}}: Technically, Any [[PlayerCharacter PC]] has the potential to become this for any given story thread. Players are allowed to [[GameMaster GM]] their own threads, so the lines between "Player" and "GM" blur at ''FCPBP''. The overall atmosphere of the game is less "competitive" and more "cooperative." However, the Moderators have the final authority over any use of, or change to, any characters or locations from the canon setting.
* HouseRules: ''FCPBP'' [[http://www.freedomplaybypost.com/forum-4/announcement-2-fc-pbps-house-rules-and-newbie-guide/ has them]]. They are constantly evolving. The Moderators are generally reasonable people, receptive to player input and willing to change.
* HurricaneOfPuns: The chatroom degenerates into this with embarrassing regularity.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: [[LegacyCharacter Bee-Keeper II]], before he TookALevelInBadass.
* KidHero: The [[WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld students]] of the [[SuperheroSchool Claremont]] [[ElaborateUniversityHigh Academy]], especially the members of [[SuperTeam Next-Gen & Young Freedom.]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg And the Irregulars.]]
* LegacyCharacter: ''FCPBP'' has a lot of them.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: There are usually several dozen active [[PlayerCharacter [=PCs=]]] at any given point in time.
* LongRunners: ''FCPBP'' has been online since October of 2007.
* [[{{MrFanservice}} Mister Fanservice]]: At one point, the majority of the male [[ElaborateUniversityHigh Claremont Academy]] students had world-class [[{{The Six Stats}} Charisma]] scores. That crew ran the gamut, from TallDarkAndHandsome, to [[KnightInShiningArmor chivalrous and chaste]], to [[SillyLoveSongs free-spirited and artistic]], to endlessly cheerful.
* MostCommonSuperpower: Surprisingly rare. It's usually the men who are {{pretty boy}}s, especially at the [[ElaborateUniversityHigh Claremont Academy]].
* MusicalEpisode: ''FCPBP'' [[http://www.freedomplaybypost.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2020 had one]]!
* {{Mutants}}: The "[[http://216.104.186.16/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6001&sid=5b057c77a73cf0930fe3b40cf55c8d59#p82002 Terminus Babies]]" concept created by Kit on the [[MutantsAndMasterminds Atomic Think Tank]] has been adopted into FCPBP canon. It's left it's mark on the site's canon.
* Mythology ([[{{Celtic Mythology}} Celtic]], [[{{Egyptian Mythology}} Egyptian]], [[{{Classical Mythology}} Greco-Roman]], [[{{Norse Mythology}} Nordic]], [[{{Voudoun}} Voodoo]], etc.): Many [[{{Player Character}} [=PCs=]]] are inspired by these myths, and some come directly from them.
* NotWearingTights: The Moderators specifically want to avoid this trope. This is a game about superheroes, not people-with-powers. If you don't want to play a superhero, then don't try to join this game.
* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: It has also been stated by the Moderators many times that this is the sort of character they ''don't'' want to see. This is a game about ''superheroes'', not "people-with-powers." Think JusticeLeagueUnlimited, not Series/Heroes.
* PlayEveryDay: This certainly isn't required, but it does help. Hitting 100 [[InAndOutOfCharacter IC]] posts, which will gain a character the maximum [[ExperiencePoints power points]] for the month, and get the player into the [[ElitesAreMoreGlamorous 100 Club]], would require an average of 3-4 posts per day. Such a posting rate would also allow the player to start earning Veteran Rewards in 6 months. But, again, players are by no means required to keep up such an insane posting rate to play at ''FCPBP'', and most of them don't.
* RandomNumberGod: ''FCPBP'' uses [[http://invisiblecastle.com/ Invisible Castle]] to resolve and keep track of die rolls.
* {{Retcon}}: Usually [[AvertedTrope averted]]. Once a character is submitted and approved, they are a part of the ''FCPBP'' canon from that day forward.
** There has been one situation where a very active and well-liked player wanted to play a LegacyCharacter whose SuperHeroOrigin story would have been incompatible with a previous player of said legacy. Since that previous player wasn't active anymore, and had hardly played the character at all, the Moderators decided to RetCon the previous character out of existence.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Several of the players at ''FCPBP'' are real-life parents who gladly share pictures of their adorable offspring.
* RuleOfCool: ''FCPBP'' lives by this rule...
** ScrewTheRulesIHavePlot: ...and this one.
* SharedUniverse: The premise of the entire game. All story threads take place within the same [[TheVerse 'Verse]], unless [[{{Elseworld}} otherwise indicated]].
* ShoutOut: Chris Kenzie (Geckoman) and Liz Lawlett (Spellbound) are deliberate references to another character whose mythos loves {{Alliterative Name}}s. (Pay attention to the initials...) His origin story also involves a rocket crashing into a field, and he wears a large yellow letter on his costume.
** [[BaldBlackLeaderGuy Wail]] was named after KeithDavid and [[PhilLaMarr Phil [=LaMarr=]]], the voices of [[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} Goliath]] and [[JusticeLeagueUnlimited Green Lantern John Stewart]], respectively.
* ShowWithinAShow: Husband-wife duo Fast-Forward and Hologram host ''Supercrime!'', an {{Expy}} of ''[[{{Series/MythBusters}} MythBusters]]'' that airs on the [[{{Creator/Discovery Channel}} Discovery Channel]]. In one episode, the duo (and some accompanying heroes) went on a trip to [[{{EVERYTHINGS BETTER WITH DINOSAURS}} 65 Million BCE]] to explore superhero dinosaur-related stories.
* [[{{Super Hero Gods}} Superhero Gods]]: There are several among the [[{{Player Character}} [=PCs=]]].
* SuperheroesWearCapes: Depends very much on the character concept. Some fit, some don't.
* {{Superhero School}}: Freedom City has two:
** Canonically, there is the Claremont Academy, an {{Expy}} of the [[{{Comicbook/XMen}} Xavier Institute]]. It is an {{Elaborate University High}}, a {{Boarding School}} for [[{{Kid Hero}} teenage supers]]. It is usually the most active part of the setting.
** There is also the player-created Nicholson School, an {{Expy}} of [[{{Comicbook/PS238}} PS238]], for younger supers. It is not primarily a {{Boarding School}}, but it does offer housing for those students who need it.
* SuperpowerfulGenetics: Several [[PlayerCharacter [=PCs=]]] inherited their powers.
* SuperTeam: [[FreedomCity The setting]] has several already, and the players have formed more.
** The Freedom League ({{Justice League}}, [[{{Comicbook/TheAvengers}} Avengers]]): A primarily [[{{Non Player Character}} NPC]] team, although a few [[{{Player Character}} [=PCs=]]] are members.
** The Interceptors ({{New Warriors}}, [[{{Batman And The Outsiders}} Outsiders]]): This team has suffered several complete overhauls of its roster, with Jack of All Blades being the only constant member and the only remaining founder.
** The Knights of Freedom ([[{{Batman And The Outsiders}} Outsiders]]): [[{{In And Out Of Character}} In-character]], The Knights were intended to be this sort of group - a "grey ops" team, less concerned with public relations than the Freedom League, and dealing with cases beneath their notice. [[{{In And Out Of Character}} Out-of-character]], they were an excuse for a group of players who liked each other in {{Real Life}} to play together. Unfortunately, while the team was a very effective investigative and fighting force, it was also a volatile mix of [[{{The Cape}} Capes]] and [[{{The Cowl}} Cowls]] that eventually collapsed under the weight of their own differences. However, [[{{Fire Forged Friends}} the former members]] still come to each other's aid without hesitation.
** The Liberty League ([[{{Justice Society Of America}} Justice Society]], The Invaders)): A mix of the heirs to [[{{The Golden Age Of Comic Books}} Golden]] Age [[{{Legacy Character}} legacies]] and characters who were actually there for the Golden Age. The team itself is an heir to the legacy of the original Liberty League, a canonical NPC team active during [[{{UsefulNotes/WorldWarII}} World War 2]].
** [[{{Occult Detective}} The Midnighters]] ([[{{Blade}} Nightstalkers]], [[{{Blade}} Midnight Sons]]): A loose confederation of mystic characters.
** [[{{Wake Up Go To School Save The World}} Young Freedom]] ([[{{Comicbook/TeenTitans}} Titans]], [[{{Comicbook/XMen}} X-Men]]): A team of Claremont Academy students (see {{Superhero School}}, above). Most of the [[{{Kid Hero}} teenage superheroes]] belong to this team, or have at some point. As old students graduate and new ones enroll, the roster changes regularly. It is a counterpoint to the [[{{In And Out Of Character}} NPC]] {{Kid Hero}} teams, The Next-Gen and The Alterniteens.
* TalkingIsAFreeAction: Especially in a play-by-post game. There are no other players sitting around the table to interrupt each other, so everyone gets a chance to [[LargeHam ham it up]]. However, since [[ExperiencePoints power points]] are awarded based on number of in-character posts, not the length of individual posts, most players avoid full-blown [[WallOfText walls of text]].
* {{Team Mom}}: Electra is a Real Life example.
* ThereAreNoGirlsOnTheInternet: Subverted whenever possible, though hampered by the typical gender ratios of gamers and superhero comicbook fans.
** CrossPlayer: Despite the large gender gap among players, the gender ratio among characters is more or less even.
** {{GIRL}}: This being TheInternet, there have been a few players who were (and possibly a few that still are) doing this.
* ThisIsYourBrainOnEvil: Jack of All Blades died. He [[BackFromTheDead got better]]! Lately, though, he's NotHimself... Oh no! He CameBackWrong! [[TheCorruption Corrupted]] by {{Hellfire}}! He got better from that too, though.
* ThouShaltNotKill: See WhatMeasureIsANonHuman, below.
* TrueCompanions: Most of the {{Super Team}}s formed by the players.
** [[BatmanAndTheOutsiders The Knights of Freedom]]. Even though the team is now defunct, [[FireForgedFriends the former members]] still come to each others aid on a regular basis.
** [[KidHero Young Freedom]]. To the point where ThePowerOfFriendship was able to stop [[AntiAntiChrist Hellion]] (under [[OurDemonsAreDifferent his father's]] influence) from destroying the city.
* TVTropesAsAGatewayDrug: At this point, half the player base and at least one of the Moderators have found the site through TVTropes.
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: [[SlidingScaleOfRobotIntelligence Robots]], [[TheUndead undead]], [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]], [[EldritchAbomination cosmic horrors]], and the like are explicit exceptions to the game's [[ThouShaltNotKill policy against killing]].
* WhatTheHellHero: The Moderators would prefer that any player think twice before writing their character as taking an action which would invoke this trope. '''Please do not list specific examples here.'''
* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: [[{{Subverted Trope}} Subverted]]. The location of {{Freedom City}} is officially left open in the books, but {{Word Of God}} in this game, and from developer Steve Kenson, is that [[{{City Of Adventure}} Freedom City]] is somewhere near Atlantic City, [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]].
* WhyWeCantHaveNiceThings: Despite superlative roleplaying by the players of characters like Malice and Belphegor, ''FCPBP'' ended the days of [[VillainProtagonist PC Villains]] after [[WhosLaughingNow one too many threads]] descended into [[UnusualEuphemism an orgy]] of [[TakeYourTime weeks-long]] [[AxCrazy PvP]] and [[CompensatingForSomething weapon measuring contests]], and character creation and advancement as a whole turned into a [[{{Metagame}} metagaming]] [[BiggerStick arms]] [[MyKungFuIsStrongerThanYours race]].
* WideOpenSandbox: Freedom is a [[CityOfAdventure big city]], and an even bigger [[TheVerse multiverse]].

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