Radio City is a PlayByPost roleplaying game on ThisVeryWiki, whose GM is Tropers/{{Saturn}}. This roleplay focuses on the heroes, villains and other superbeings living in the titular town. It is also the third iteration of [[Roleplay/EvilMastermindRPG The Evil Mastermind Roleplay]].

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!! The Radio City RP provides examples of the following tropes:
* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: The sewer outside of the museum is large enough for Zad'k, Stalwart and Jethro, to have a brawl.
* TheBeastmaster: The Zookeeper, Liontamer and Birdman all have this as their schtick. Zad'k has this power, but it's limited to aquatic and semi-aquatic life.
* BuildingSwing: Several heroes with grappling hooks and similar devices are capable of swinging between buildings, while Gum-girl can do it with her gum.
* CatGirl: Darktail, along with being an {{Expy}} of ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}.
* CityOfAdventure: Radio City is home to numerous villains, heroes, superpowered individuals, and all sorts of ''weirdness.''
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Stalwart's powers come from his fluted armor - without it, he's just a mild-mannered museum curator.
* FourthWallObserver: The Thespian has knowledge of everything that is posted in the thread itself, making him DangerouslyGenreSavvy.
* GravityMaster: Jordan has the ability to manipulate how gravity affects him/her.
* LeParkour: The heroes and villains who can't fly, jump, or shoot out grappling lines ''really'' have to improvise in order to get up from ground level.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: At least thirty, with about half of them being heroes.
* MasterOfIllusion: The Mad Mr. Madarch is a [[strike: master illusionist]] "[[InsistentTerminology Distraction Expert]]".
* MesACrowd: Multiplayer is capable of creating up to fifteen clones of himself.
* MostCommonSuperPower: Several of the female superheroes clearly had lots of calcium growing up, including the aptly named Bombshell.
* NinjaMaid: Literally, as Lycoris is a woman who was trained as a ninja in Japan and works as a maid at a cafe.
* NounVerber: The Lion Tamer and The Dollmaker.
* TheOldestProfession: Despite dramatically improving the avenue he lives on financially, Gold Dollar still facilitates this. He ''is'' a pimp, after all.
* RoofHopping: The city's brimming with heroes, and quite a few of them patrol the rooftops. It's how the Gentleman Avenger and Black Orchid met.
* StarfishAlien: Madarch is apparently the descendant of normal mushrooms, evolved to the point of sentience.
* ThrowDownTheBomblet: Instead of super powers, Taya knows how to make things go BOOM.
* VigilanteMan: Most of the superheroes are effectively vigilantes, instead of sanctioned law enforcement.
* TheWormThatWalks: The Birdman of Radio City is capable of splitting himself into a multitude of birds.