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->''"Seriously, your [[BashBrothers soul-bro]] always made fun of you for such a [[AwesomeMcCoolname ridiculous name]] for such a [[BewareTheSillyOnes boring]] [[NonActionGuy dude]], but now you have [[PubertySuperpower kickass superpowers]] and shit so I guess it kinda fits, haha."''
-->-- '''Leviathan Alexander'''

An original work by Tropers/{{Eilios}} on the Heuxe site, Unregistered is an [=EvoRP=] (numerous characters are controlled via a text environment, wherein visitors can directly contribute to the actions of the characters but have no control over the characters themselves) starring three main characters, who are all superpowered people known as "Carriers" in a very video-game inspired world. Carriers must choose whether they want to take the workload and be registered, or [[TitleDrop succumb to fear and remain Unregistered.]]

The series is regarded among its fandom for having an engaging storyline, comedic elements to it as well, exciting action scenes, and just being generally ludicrous in everything it does. Despite being rather short into its {{Myth Arc}}, it already has a great deal of {{Character Development}} and engaging relationships. The game features a very original battle system for a forum-based text adventure, allowing people to choose their method of attack, and having the characters act in a manner that would be considered applicable to that way. You are also allowed to specify additional things to do in the fight, like "throw rock at head".

The series follows the characters as they discover their abilities and [[LevelUp level to higher standards]]. Very [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall meta]], and not the most [[ClusterFBomb cleanly written thing out there]], but if you're into silly comedies and ridiculous fight scenes, check it out [[http://heuxe.com/forum/threads/577-Unregistered-EvoRP here]].

!!This series provides examples of:

%%* AbusiveParents: Ashley's father is not a very nice person.
* AdultsAreUseless: Not exactly, but you sure don't see a lot of parents in this series!
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Despite being very powerful characters for their level, [=C1A5=] makes it ''very'' clear that in the cosmic scale of things, the main Trio (and [[spoiler: Butch, and by proxy Napoleon]]) are quite weak.
* AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent: At times, the viewpoint will change. Sometimes it will change to characters you don't even know, however, a rule in the series is that you will only control the main characters directly, even if you change viewpoint to a different character (usually by cutting to another character before the end of the post.)
** [[spoiler: This rule is only broken in ''The Nether'', but that's because it doesn't seem to follow any rules.]]
*** [[spoiler: And Intermissions.]]
%%* AntiVillain: [[spoiler: Napoleon shows signs of this]].
* AmplifierArtifact: The [[spoiler: Pages of Aqadi]] act as a huge power booster, which is absolutely wonderful, except that having one will make you want to collect ''more'', until your entire life becomes a quest for power.
%%* {{A Protagonist Shall Lead Them}}: [[spoiler: The [[BadassCrew Unreg Alliance.]]]]
* ArcNumber: 137.
* ArcWords: "AGGRESSIVE/QUICK/ACCURATE/DEFENSIVE/INSANE". The 5 modes of attack in battle, and almost all fixed commands are assigned to one of the 5.
* ArtifactofDoom: [[spoiler: The Book of Aqadi]]. In series, it's been known to take out entire galaxies, [[spoiler: including the Sentinel's homeland.]]
* ArtMajorPhysics: The game is run based off {{Rule of Cool}}. It's bound to happen - jumping abnormally high is fully possible, to say the least. Portals especially break the laws of physics, especially when you try shenanigans with them to do ridiculous amounts of damage, causing them to glitch the laws of physics themselves.
%%* AuthorAvatar: The narrator, obviously.
%%* AwesomeByAnalysis: Ash, [[NonActionGuy when she fights]], due to her lack of raw ability or training. Lance was like this at first, because until Act 2, he wasn't a Carrier. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Didn't stop him from beating Carriers, though.]]
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Lance Lenin. Leviathan Alexander. The series is ripe with them.
%%* BadassAdorable: Leviathan is described by Lance as his goofy best friend.
* BadassBoast: Lance engages in this behaviour quite a bit.
--> "Oh, {{you and what army}}?" the [[TooDumbToLive one with]] the shoemarked face replied.
--> "I'm a [[PrecisionFStrike motherfuckin']] one man army."
* BadassBookworm: [[{{DropTheHammer}} Hammer nut]] Lance Lenin takes all sorts of extra classes, some related to hammers.
* BadassCape: In [=C1A4=], Leviathan gets a cape that he puts on. When it was time to take control of [[spoiler: his army]], he mentions that he's "dressed for the motherfuckin' occasion."
* BatmanGambit: Ashley and Lance [[spoiler: knew all along that Leviathan was a Carrier using foresight and [[{{GenreSavvy}} Genre Savviness]]. They all got Registered together.]]
* BlessedWithSuck:
** [[spoiler: Hey, Leviathan gets to start out as a Prestige Class! That's awesome! [[{{FridgeHorror}} But wait, Lance has a bunch of extra civilian abilities that make him very adaptable. Leviathan missed an entire class worth of foundation techs!]]]]
** Lance [[spoiler: has a Trueself power that makes him a {{physical god}}. That's awesome... except if there's no airflow, he becomes weaker and weaker, until he becomes absolutely useless because he ties his entire strength to the wind, and his melee weapons don't work when he's in Windform.]]
* BloodKnight: {{Justified|Trope}}, the world is practically a living video game! Still, there are others who don't like fighting as much.
%%* BlowYouAway: Lance uses this type of magic.
* BrilliantButLazy: Lance takes bonus classes to improve his abilities. [[BookDumb Leviathan doesn't]].
** Later on, it shows that Leviathan is a fully capable tactician, and can come up with inventive ways to use his and other people's powers. No explanation is given on why he's not good at school, though. This trope is one theory.
* BrickJoke: In the very first post, Leviathan mentions that if Lance ever found out about his portal ability, he'd make a wise-crack about finally getting "holes". 105 posts later...
* CantCatchUp: Butch thinks this about Lance. Lance thinks otherwise (see YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre)
* CallingYourAttacks: Intrinsic quality of most magic.
* CerebusSyndrome: The series is darker than it was at the beginning. The comedy hasn't completely died out, but...
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In the first 2-3 pages, Lance is a lot less stoic then he usually is.
* TheChessmaster: The Seer warns that [[spoiler: Sophia]] is this.
* ChosenOne: [[spoiler: Implied with Leviathan. Whether it's a miracle or just a rare ability has yet to been revealed.]]
* ClassAndLevelSystem: The basic, core underlying mechanic to the game. Every person has a class and a level - but Carriers are far more powerful, and have access to '''far''' more classes.
%%* CliffHanger: The end of [=C1A4=] is a particularly notable one.
* ClusterFBomb: You better believe it. Almost every paragraph.
* ColorCodedCharacters: People of importance have different text colours for their speech, and their own personal narration. Lance's is orange. Leviathan's is blue. Ashley's is purple.
* ContinuityDrift: Unregistered continually gets more complicated as new features and characters are added. Originally, it started off as a very pointless comedy series about teenagers with mild video game references. [[{{GrowingTheBeard}} It doesn't stay that way.]]
* CoverBlowingSuperpower: At first, Leviathan simply would not attempt to use any of his real powers, because then he'd be shown as a Chosen.
** Later on, [[spoiler: Sophia Alexandria was not allowed to use her power, or even ''speak'' in fear of having her plot figured out.]]
* CurbStompBattle: Lance Lenin was trained for years to take on Carriers using entry-level Civilian gear. When he was made to fight an Auditor catered towards newbies to using Carrier powers with all of his abilities AND the awesome gear he had...
** Taken {{Up To Eleven}} in Leviathan's fight. Lance took him down in 3. Leviathan took him down in 1.
* DarkerAndEdgier: [=C1A1=]: A kid trying to eat a watermelon but failing. [[spoiler: [=C1A4=]: That same kid is indirectly responsible for (soon-to-be) starting intergalactic war, and possibly whatever the hell The Culling is]].
%%* DeadpanSnarker: Lance tends to follow this behaviour at times, especially in chats.
%%* DefeatMeansFriendship: [[spoiler: A later mechanic of the series.]]
* DivergentCharacterEvolution: Lance and Leviathan start off somewhat similar, with Lance being more stable. As time goes on and the cast is increased, you see more of Lance's lack of social skills come into play, until the two are unrelated to each-other personality wise in almost all aspects.
* DiscOneFinalDungeon: The fight against the PIZZAJACKERS. Incredibly awesome? Check. Hordes of enemies? Check. Dangerous final boss? Check. Happens in the second act of the first chapter? ''Check!''
* DiscOneNuke: Leviathan's portal power. It's absurdly overpowered, able to do ridiculous amounts of damage and circumvent most attacks. [[spoiler: That's because it's a {{prestige class}} he got early.]]
* DoomedHometown: [[spoiler: The entire empire of the Sentinels was wiped out by The Culling.]]
* DropTheHammer: Lance is all about hammers. His online pseudonym is "[=HammaTime=]".
* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Early on, there is a lot less user interactivity. As the series progresses, new features are added constantly. This makes the series [[GrowingTheBeard naturally evolve into a more complicated game]], but makes re-reading it seem odd as all of the fights are automated and there's little control over what characters do.
* EasilyConqueredWorld: Humanity was looking to be this, as the Sentinels were completely ahead of them in almost all aspects. Part of [[spoiler: The Principal's]] narration says that the Spacewarriors (considered the strongest force of Humanity) would celebrate even the most minor of victories.
* EasilyThwartedAlienInvasion: ...then they just gave up. [[spoiler: This is because behind-the-scenes, another party came to power and they didn't want the war. It wasn't so much as they were thwarted as they just didn't care.]]
* EducationMama: {{Gender flipped}} with Ashley's dad - he wants Ashley to become as smart as she can, forcing her through college at an incredibly young age, making her a college graduate at the age of 13.
* TheEmpire: The Empire of [[spoiler: Usenterr was this. Former home of The Sentinels]], the Empire spanned an entire galaxy, and was a very advanced civilisation, as it ended up teaching humanity several things, including how to make Battledexes. [[spoiler: Then it was nearly destroyed by the Culling, leaving one planet, and they went berserk in an attempt to gain back what they used to have.]] Recently, though, they have became far more benevolent, as the [[spoiler: Hafos]] who came to power were far more peaceful.
%%* EndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: [[spoiler: Implied with ''The Culling''.]]
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Characters not yet to be named are referred to as nicknames, such as ''that girl''.
** Her name was chosen to be Ashley Totora, which she doesn't like because [[IJustWantToBeSpecial it's boring]].
* FacelessGoons: {{Played With}}. Any character with coloured text is actually important. [[{{LampshadeHanging}} This is commented on.]] Likewise, characters written in the current POV text colour are minor characters.
* FakeUltimateHero: [[spoiler: The Spacewarriors are depicted as wholly incompetent, and a group of Blacktexts(in this world, Black Text colour means that you have no driving goal and just want power for power's sake) that are only as good as the things they have.]]
* FragileSpeedster: Leviathan can cross intense distances with portals, and using his abnormally high Martial Prowess skill, he's able to run very fast, as well. He also has lower health than [[TheMedic Ashley]].
* FreudianExcuse: The Sentinels attacked humanity because [[spoiler: their own galaxy was completely wiped out by the Culling. Not just a planet, a GALAXY. They had ''one'' outpost outside of the galaxy, which then happened to be their ''only'' remnant of their entire civilisation. The Hales(who were in power at the time) were forced to declare war on humanity because nearly all of their information was wiped out and humanity refused to disclose information.]]
* FreudianTrio: Ashley is the ego, possessing both intelligence and clarity, as well as silliness and passion. In contrast, Lance in general is a very [[{{Kuudere}} reserved person]], and Leviathan is pretty passionate and warm.
%%* {{Foil}}: Lance to Leviathan.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: "Portalmaster" sounds like a really powerful class! [[spoiler: That's because it's a {{Prestige Class}}]].
* GameBreakingBug: [[spoiler: ''The Nether'' is not meant to be seen. Improper use of commands results in being able to converse with the narrator who resides within. It is implied, though, that he is not the only one there...]]
* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: The gameplay aspects of the game are part of what drives the story.
* GenreSavvy: Because of the very video-game like environment, Leviathan is very ripe for this, especially [[InventoryManagementPuzzle when it comes to item management]].
* GiveMeASword: Lance gives Leviathan a "sword" (really just a deceptively sharp piece of metal) after he realised his [[SupernaturalMartialArts martial arts]] won't cut it in the big leagues because it has no [[VideoGameWeaponStats bonuses]].
* GlassCannon: Leviathan shows signs of this, having the lowest health of the trio, and for not having any armour whatsoever. He makes up for it by being able to singlehandedly take down [[GiantMook beings the size of a house]] in one attack, though.
* GoodBadBugs: Literally an InUniverse mechanic of the series with "Shenanigans", which are when you take a standard power(such as the ability to make a miniature whirlwind with magic) and abuse it's effects on physics to do ridiculously high amounts of damage.
* HeelRealization: In the Intermission, [[spoiler: Napoleon realises he's been taking Butch's service for granted, as well as realising how much Butch has done compared to him]].
* HelloInsertNameHere: Characters have to be named by players, for the most part. Stupid names are usually ignored, or joked on by the characters themselves [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall as a stupid idea they shouldn't have came up with]].
* HeroicSelfDeprecation: Butch does not think very kindly of himself.
%%* HeterosexualLifePartners: Lance and Leviathan.
%%** Also, Butch and Napoleon.
%%* HurricaneOfPuns: Lance and Leviathan engage in this behaviour at times.
* HyperspaceArsenal: The inventories work as this, they are capable of storing vast objects, and take up zero space. [[InventoryManagementPuzzle They're not actually as helpful as they seem.]]
* IKnowYourTrueName: Every character has a Chosentag, which dictates which Trueself power they get. All prophecies seem to be related to Chosentags, as well, considering how [[spoiler: the seer]] referred to Lance as the [[spoiler: Keeper of Breeze]].
* InsistentTerminology: A {{Running Gag}} throughout the series - items are given rather descriptive, if absurd names, like the "ABNORMALLY LONG FLIGHT OF STAIRS" or ''that girl''(italics necessary).
%%* IntelligenceEqualsIsolation: See "{{Lonely Rich Kid}}" below.
* InteractiveNarrator:
** To a lesser extent than usual, but still noticeable. Some user's suggestions may get denied outright, but still acknowledged as a silly thought. In the first post, the main character's thoughts were directly shown replying to the narrator (you can tell because of the change in text colour).
** [[spoiler: In [=C1A5=], due to general shenanigans, one user managed to find himself in ''The Nether'' (see GameBreakingBug above and PhantomZone below), which was a place where users were able to directly converse with the narrator.]]
* InventoryManagementPuzzle:
** The inventories are so ridiculously convoluted and asinine that many characters refuse to use them unless absolutely necessary. [[UpToEleven They're so ridiculously convoluted and asinine that the players refuse to use them unless absolutely necessary, too, preferring not to actually have to deal with them.]]
** Done somewhat differently in [=S1A5=], when(among other additions to the gameplay) as the new leader of the [[spoiler: Unreg Alliance, Ashley]]'s gameplay adds a part where players attempt to buy supplies for use in [[ItemCrafting making items for the team]]. This is done by trying to balance out what would be the best deal as well as giving you a decent repository of raw materials.
* ItWasAGift: After Lance's birthday party, he gets a bunch of cool stuff, including a [[DarkIsNotEvil Apocalypse Hammer]] and a [[{{Steampunk}} Steampunk Hammer]].
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Butch isn't just [[DumbMuscle a hired sword]], he's a pretty intelligent person. The reason he acts like a jerk is unknown, but he has been shown to [[NiceToTheWaiter be an incredibly pleasant person when not around his master]].
%%* JetPack: Ashley has one of these.
* KatanasAreJustBetter: [[DiscussedTrope Discussed]] by Ashley to Leviathan, who is having trouble coming up with a sword choice. It's a huge step up from his prior weapons, but considering before all he had was his fists and a [[InsistentTerminology deceptively sharp bar of metal]], any sword would be a huge step up.
* KnightOfCerebus: The Seer is like this. [[spoiler: He's the first Sentinel ever seen by the team. When he shows up, he [[CurbStompBattle effortlessly restrains Lance]], telling him that he's incredibly weak as far as Sentinels go, and that some of them want to destroy the trio altogether and be done with it. He then commits suicide so that the trio can gain the XP to speed up their levelling.]] This whole event leaves Lance of all people stunned.
* {{Kuudere}}: Lance tries to act cool and uncaring all of the time. He's also an incredibly caring friend to Leviathan.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: '''ALL THE TIME.'''
* LegacyOfService: Butch has been working for Napoleon his whole life. He doesn't seem to care, though.
* LevelScaling: When up against higher level opponents, Lance (after jumping in power significantly) ends up doing about the same damage he did.
* LightningBruiser: Lance is most definitely one of these. He's fast (not nearly at Leviathan's level though, even without portals), he can take a ''hell'' of a beating if he wants to, and he can dish it out in return. He's also a rather adept Area of Effect mage. His weakness, though, is that his attacks are not that quick, and they're not as devastating as Leviathan's.
* LinearWarriorsQuadraticWizards: It's stated that the ascension of many melee focused classes leaves a lot to be desired.
* LimitedSocialCircle: Lance is not good with people, and Ashley was [[KidsAreCruel very un-popular]]. The trio, however, were very close. Leviathan is depicted as the most social person in the trio, but for the most part, they mainly stick together.
* LonelyRichKid: Ashley's first year of regular schooling was like this, until she met Leviathan and Lance.
%%* MassSuperEmpoweringEvent: [[spoiler: The arrival of the Sentinels.]]
* MagicKnight: Lance. He doesn't use wind magic much, preferring to use it as a last resort. It's proven to be a very powerful ability when used, though.
* MagikarpPower: The Summoner class only creates stupid kittens, which are not much help at all. However, it was said that knowing the names of powerful demons would make the class more powerful. How powerful is yet to be seen, as Ashley does not go out to fight much.
* MissionControl: Ashley acts as this from [=C1A4=] onward, acting as the [[spoiler: leader of the Unreg Alliance]].
* MythologyGag: Many characters in-series are fans of other works that [[{{Tropers/Eilios}} the author has written]]. At one point, a viewer asked to check for updates on a completely dead webcomic he worked on temporarily.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero:
** [[spoiler: Leviathan's {{Prestige Class}} is the first sign of ''The Culling''. Though, this isn't his fault - he was just born this way.]]
** Ashley, in a [[DespairEventHorizon fit of rage]] after seeing [[spoiler: Leviathan beaten down, decides to summon a demon to fight the Giant Spider that took them down. The Giant Spider was relatively harmless, as it was restrained and kept under watch by Sophia, the person who put it there. The Demon then proceeded to torture the spider to death, and almost killed the entire cast and took over the world.]]
%%* NominalImportance: See "Faceless Goons". Characters with colours are likely to be Carriers.
* NonIdleRich: Ashley is very helpful to Lance and Leviathan, often working as {{Mission Control}}, and working to help create their weapons and armour for them.
* NonLethalKO: Battle via Battledex results in this. Implied that without Battledexes, battles would result in permanent death.
** Said straight out when [[spoiler: Baristasis killed the spider]]. It was alive, just beaten, and then it was attacked once the Battledex stopped protecting him.
* NonPlayerCharacter: [[spoiler: Your ASSOCIATES cannot directly be controlled by you, but issuing commands is essential to the game.]] It is worth noting that these characters can occasionally get the POV, but you will be unable to control them with it.
%%* NoSocialSkills: Lance is not very good with people, at all. Especially apparent in the beginning of [=C1A5=].
* OpenMindedParent: The parents in this series have no problem with their kids going out and beating the living hell out of each-other.
* OneManArmy: Lance is this. Despite Leviathan technically hitting higher and being quicker, Leviathan has almost no anti-group abilities and fights in a series of 1-on-1 fights, whereas Lance's hammer techniques can take on multiple opponents effortlessly, as well as his wind magic being geared towards Area of Effect spells.
* PhantomZone: [[spoiler: The Nether. What happens when a player tries to get a command done without actually being in any character's viewpoint? They end up ''there''. Not much is known about what it is, but the narration in some way is connected to it, and there are references to ''it'' being omniscient.]]
* PhysicalGod:
%%** The God-Tiers. [[spoiler: Leviathan is the only human that can reach them, though.]]
** To a lesser extent, [[spoiler: Lance's trueself power. It greatly amplifies his combat abilities, and ties in his regular attacks. Unfortunately for him, his weapons were not designed to be held by a being of wind, which weakens it severely.]]
* PowerLimiters: Used by all of the auditors for good reason - a bunch of level 1s would be slaughtered in seconds by level 20+ staff members at the Academy.
%%* PrestigeClass: Of course, this is a very video-game inspired place! Hell, classes are part of the game's mechanics!
* RandomPowerRanking: The levels don't appear to mean that much, as Level 4 Leviathan is more than a match for incredibly powerful seeming sorcerers. Whether this is a case of {{linear warriors quadratic wizards}} is yet to be explained.
* RestrainingBolt: Tiberius, when given a job as [[spoiler: The Principal]] and ambassador for the Hales was not allowed to take many of his weapons with him, and is constantly checked to make sure he doesn't plan anything.
* SadistTeacher: Ashley's auditor is a little... [[HotBlooded engaged about]] auditing her fighting abilities, and has no problem with using incredibly high level techniques against a beginner.
%%* ScienceHero: Ashley.
%%* ScrewySquirrel: Leviathan trolls people on occasion.
%%* SecondHourSuperpower: Carrier powers! There's also Third Hour Superpowers with Trueself abilities, which act as an ultimate extension of your Chosentag, and are stable throughout.
* SecondPersonNarration: Everywhere. Despite having multiple viewpoints, this is handled by every character [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience having their own text colour]].
* SelfImposedChallenge: As part of a {{power limiter}}, Leviathan only fought using martial arts for awhile. This did wonders to help his manoeuvrability, as in this world hand-to-hand combat ties directly into athletic feats.
* ShowyInvincibleHero: Played straight with Lance and Leviathan from the beginning to most of [=C1A5=]. [[spoiler: Then they get completely curbstomped and nearly killed by a giant spider.]]
* ShroudedInMyth: [[spoiler: The Sentinels, who are known to have started a war against humanity for some reason. Only a few people know they were fighting the war for names of demons - expressly said to be only summoned if you are taught their names in person. Taken UpToEleven with The Culling, a massively horrible event that even the ''Sentinels'' have no idea what the hell it is.]]
* TheSilentBob: People ''can'' converse with Sophia, if they ask her simple yes/no questions.
* SmallNameBigEgo: Napoleon thinks very highly of himself! He even managed to get into the 2nd year Advanced class by being that intelligent. He's absolutely brilliant - [[CantCatchUp but just not brilliant enough to beat Ash, and]] [[InferioritySuperiorityComplex knows it.]]
%%* SoLastSeason: [=C1A1=] Lance and [=C1A5=] Lance are miles apart in power. And they still have a ''long'' way to go from there to hit their cap.
* SpannerInTheWorks: [[spoiler: Sophia's]] plan fell to pieces as [[spoiler: she]] had no idea that Ashley could summon an incredibly powerful demon.
* SquishyWizard: [[DiscussedTrope Mentioned]]. [[BloodKnight Butch Altar]] didn't believe that Lance was a mage, because most mages are this trope.
* StalkerWithACrush:
%%** Ashley is a milder version of this to [[CelibateHero Leviathan]].
** Sophia shows up constantly around Leviathan at random locations. And ''only'' in Leviathan's narration. Other characters are aware of her, but she never shows up to anyone else ''except'' Leviathan.
%%* SummonMagic: Ashley uses this.
* SuperpowerLottery: Leviathan most definitely wins through his numerous inventive uses of portals. Lance would be a milder example, capable of fighting on a very high level with just about anyone as well as using powerful magic, and staying speedy enough to boot.
* SupernaturalAid: All over the place. The Trio is well known by all of the Sentinels, and it seems like everyone is trying to get them to do something. [[spoiler: Even Leviathan helps himself out in the past.]]
%%* SuperRegistrationAct: The [=EvoRP=] takes place well after it's inception, and is a guiding plot point the entire series.
* TemporalMutability: [[AllThereInTheManual Time travel is handled in a fairly linear manner, where if you attempt to change things, it will change them]]... in an alternate timeline. [[MindScrew This makes]] [[StableTimeLoop Leviathan giving his past-self some gear]] [[MindScrew incredibly confusing]].
* TheStrategist: Ashley's gameplay mainly consists of her planning out the day for the other characters to do things, and to build things for everyone else.
* TheVoiceless: Sophia doesn't say anything. She never really tells why, and refuses to chat online.
* ThisIndexHappenedOffScreen: In the beginning, many things in-game were handled automatically. As the game went on, more and more control was given to users until by [=C1A5=] almost everything is handled by players.
%%* TimeTravel: Leviathan's Trueself power is this.
%%* TomeofEldritchLore: [[spoiler: The Book of Aqadi]].
* TookALevelInBadass: [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]]. To characters not-in-the-know, it seems like Leviathan took a level in badass. In reality, he had these powers long before, he was just afraid of showing them.
%%* {{Troll}}: Leviathan messed with Napoleon for giggles.
%%* TrueCompanions: The trio.
%%* TurnBasedStrategy: Elements of this begin popping up near the end of Chapter 1.
* TwoScenesOneDialogue: At the [[TheClimax climax]] of [=C1A4=], Ashley is talking to the Principal about [[spoiler: why they're forced into a mock-war situation. The Principal explains it's to prepare them for a war with the Sentinels - and that the war was started because the Sentinels were preparing for a war with something bigger.]] As he explains why the things are happening, it cuts to Leviathan asking questions in class that are somewhat pertinent to understanding the conflict. [[spoiler:It ends with a rather large wham line - somehow, Leviathan is connected to it.]]
* UnexpectedGameplayChange: While the series has been constantly evolving into more complex forms as users adapt to the unusual circumstances of the [=EvoRP=], a major game changer in [=S1A4=] adds a new mechanic to the series which completely throws off how people play the game. [[spoiler:This change means that in each act there's a possibility of [[HeelFaceTurn converting characters to your side]], but if you mess it up, they're [[PermanentlyMissableContent gone forever.]]]] This update takes over all "free time" at the mall, giving you total freedom over which of the characters to use when the plot isn't taking over, and how to use them. You can still mess around in the mall, but you have to make sure you don't screw too much up.
%%* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:Butch fell for Sophia's schemes, thinking that she would help him win. It was just a huge test of people's ability.]]
* WeakButSkilled: Ashley has the lowest hits out of the group, no direct combat abilities, her weapon of choice([[WrenchWench a]] [[WeaponOfChoice wrench]]) is pretty much ineffectual. In fights, she uses every trick in the book she can come up with to win. She's the only person in-series as of [=C1A3=] capable of pulling off a critical hit.
* WeaponOfChoice: A core mechanic to the game. All characters have various stats in various things, like Leviathan's high Martial Prowess (making him highly manoeuvrable) and mid level sword stat. Characters generally don't use other types of weapons, because they'd suck with them.
* WeirdnessCensor: Roving gangs of demons and monsters from realms nobody has heard of lead by powerful sorcerers attack pizza vans. People are more distraught over the lack of pizza than the whole "army of otherworldly monsters".
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler: Implied that the Sentinels are this, as they started the war to prevent something called ''The Culling'', which has been said to be related to humanity in some way.]]
%%* WhamLine: [[spoiler: "Don't be silly, the prestige classes are on the second page."]]
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotDidactic: Used in-universe, due to shenanigans. Leviathan decides to randomly spout out Music/InsaneClownPosse lyrics. This is misinterpreted as Leviathan trying to tell Napoleon that he needs to pay more attention to his team and be a more present leader.
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: [[spoiler: Sophia]] has yet to use her Trueself Power, but there doesn't really seem to be a use for something, considering her Chosentag is [[spoiler: the Displacer of Logic]].
%%* WisdomFromTheGutter: {{Subverted}}, see "What Do You Mean It's Not Didactic?"
* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: Lance to Butch after he laments that he keeps training but never seems to get to Lance's level.
-->"Maybe you should stop trying to be me and [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming start trying to be you]]."
* ZergRush: End of Chapter 1 Act 2's battle. A ton of [[{{Mooks}} weak]] low-level enemies rob a [[FelonyMisdemeanor pizza delivery van]]