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Darth Wiki: Ed, Edd n Eddy's Awesome Edventures
"Well well well, a fire hydrante [sic]. I can just break it and get water. There we go. Slurp slurp."
— Eddy, on what might be the first lengthy "Awesome Edventure" episode ("Breakin' Out")

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Note: This article is under construction.

Ed, Edd n Eddy's Awesome Edventures is an unmade Stylistic Suck Ed, Edd n Eddy fan comic by Great Pikmin Fan. It is to be characterized by crappy, endless copy-pasting and well as its odd plot. Characetrs are either sprites or (usually for Original Characters or those that don't really have sprites) are poorly done drawings in MS Paint. Though one thing differenciating this from the other bad fan fics that are not Troll Fics is that the fics are cluttered with In Name Only plots that would have been decent (although very strange) if the series was watchable.

The series is planned to be divided into two parts: "Awesome Edventures" and "Story". Awesome Edventures are episodes that are mostly non-connected and resenble the original show more; some episodes are even re-writes of canon (like "Breakin' Out", which is the episode where the Eds and Jonny try to ditch school, only in here they succeed). Expect these to be seen first and for a while.

"Story" episodes all follow a set story divided into arcs. It is planned to be very lengthy and not come until after a few of the AE episodes. This mainly focuses on the cul-de-sac kids battling a mysterious "The Group" over an Artifact of Doom. More information on this can be found in the "Arc" folder below.

This differs from Ed, Edd n Eddy greatly. New characters are added (starting with an entire group heavily inspired by the Akatsuki), the kids sometimes go far away from the cul-de-sac (such as the third arc, where Edd, Ed, Plank, and a tag-along Jonny go aross three counties).

I may make a video adaption voiced in Speakonia, and might make a few "spinoffs," but neither are very likley.

Character sheet.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This work, if ever made, is an attempt to be as bad as possible (one episode will be just 10 minutes of Ed's face as a joke made so that nobody will complain about an episode being the "worst one") in case your wondering "what the hell?", that's what this is all about.

Tropes of the EENE series:

    Arc ideas (not tropes!) 

Due to the length of the page, I moved the arc summaries to a reversion in my Wikipedia Sandbox. Link to the unfinished summaries here. EDIT: This is old. The new fan fic isn't planned to be so long and complicated.

    General Tropes 

  • Art Shift: Cut-and-paste art to prites to poorly done MS-paint art to a few other styles as well. Heck, one episode may even have a fight done in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. No, the characters aren't playing it. The fight is actually represented through the game.
  • Grossup Close Up: There will be occasional, Bart The General-esque close-ups of various characters. They're mostly just badly drawn, but some can be actually creepy.
  • It's Been Done: Hey! Let's make an as-bad-as-posible series with a lot of copy-paste from official images, bad MS Paint drawing graphics, and horrible voicing mixed with speakonia! Wait.... Damn. The only difference between AE and that video is that AE will be crack, as a lot of my other planned works.
  • Writting Around Trademarks: The use of sprites and MS Paint drawings, rather than any official artwork.

    The world 

  • Canon Discontinuity: The world of Awesome Edventures is different from the world of the canon EENE, because I started on this while not seeing the movie and before I read about the world in canon. Diferences between existing zones (several more where added, as well as much more changes):
    • The desert may be bigger than in canon (not sure how big it was in the movie, didn't see it yet) and the single rock is actually part of The Group's hidout, and a freeway goes through it (for plot purposes). It is also located to the east of Peach Creek, not... west? Finally, the Kanker sister's trailer marks a sort of start, as there is one plant less trail in the woods that leads to the desert, although through a rapid river in the middle (again for plot reasons as Edd, Eddy, Nazz and Jonny get lost while trying to cross it).
    • The swamps were "split in two" (technically at least three, if you count Panacea River and other swamps). Both are near the cul-de-sac, however one is a less extreme version of the one in The Movie while the other is a more extreme. The less extreme is farther from Peach creek yet is visited by the kids during the "Rescue Ed" arc. It is foggy (though the water is clear), and for the most part, peacefull. The more extreme is located by the Junkyard near a factory and is heavily poluted with chemicalls, making the water thick as well as having thick smoke from said factory.
    • The forest from BPS is merged with the woods from the cul-de-sac. There is also a spot with spiny plants that are highly toxic. It is rumored in that spot that the plants can move on their own.
    • Eddy's brother (and, after the kids vs. Kanker fight, the Kanker sisters) live in a big city in a county that Peach Creek is in called Darktown now (the county being called "Dark county").
    • Mondo A-Go Go, the cow pastures, the sunflower fields, and even rival town Lemon Brook are completly removed from the series.
    • The creek gets bigger farther away from the cul-de-sac, turning into a huge but calm river by The Group's hidout.
    • Finally, the whole series shifts it's location from North America to the fictional Mountainia.
  • Death Mountain: Several. Mountainia is named that because it has a mountain range (not the canon one; there are extremely large mountains scattered around). One of them is even right by the cul-de-sac, another is where the first non-cul-de-sac kid that Eddy's team gets lives at.
  • Shifting Sand Land: The Group's hideout.
  • Where The Hell Is Springfield?: Averted for both Mountainia and the trope namer. The latter is in Antartica, by the way.

    Awesome Edventures episodes 

  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: Smilin' Bob. Not a censorship tactic, but he actually has no— let's just say the enzyte worked the other way around.
  • Lighter and Softer: While they are still Darker and Edgier compared to the original show, the AE episodes are more light-hearted than story episodes.
  • Parody Stu: Eddison.
  • They Killed Kenny: Ed. He was planned to die in the Story episodes as well, but this was dropped for plot convenience. He does have a fake-out death in the first Story episode, though.
  • What Could Have Been: A few of the episodes are based off of this. What if the Eds (and Jonny, and Plank) actually got out of school? What if everyone raced for that one jawbreaker instead of the Eds? What if said race was much bigger and goes to the city? What if The Eds' Game had a different elimination order?

    Story episodes 

Note: This folder was made first, it contains some stuff about Awesome Edventures episodes as well (like the Master Chief and the "Ugliest Thing in the Solar System", oth of whom may only appear in AE episodes

  • Accidental Kiss: Between (human female) Plank and Jonny shortly after The Eds' Game: 2. This makes more sense if you read about the challenges and look at my wikipedia page. (or see "Voted Off The Island" below) After Edd claims Plank the winner despite everybody else wanting Rolf to win, Edd instantly starts his trip to his siblings. He drags the new crew memeber Plank (and Ed, though after this episode since he had his death of the episode by this point; this is near the end) with him and Jonny tries to catch up. When Jonny catches up, he tries to pull Plankout but accidently gets pulled up and kisses her.
  • Angst? What Angst?: Invoked with Edd. He becomes almost completly emotionless after finding out his older brother is still alive. And he can also handle some friends dieing, a childhood friend revealing to have Face-Heel Turned, his hometown nearly being blown up, the fact that him and the other kids have been targets for The Group since and accidental encounter, and even being held captured.
  • Author Appeal: An in-universe example is Eddy's series, where in he gives his Author Avatar a huge group of girls litteraly called "The Fanservice Crew". He claims it's fanservice for the audience, but it's really for himself.
    • Parodied with the Family Guy bashing in the main series. Three of the Griffins are villains.
  • Back from the Dead: Minor example, but Plank's parents are brought back because of a revival technique Edd learned.
    • Also, two villians — Flammer and a guy White Hair, Black Heart — are revived by Lord Kanker in a way that ends up killing him, but he somehow fused himself partly into Flammer, since Flammer was, in fact, created by Lord Kanker. A while after, Jimmy (after he betrays "The Group") uses a technique to revive Blank, Gwen (the Marionette Master Pot Hole makes sence in context), "Little" Breeze, two others and Lord Kanker himself, even though the later was still alive in Flammer's body.
  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: Eddy is a subversion. His is so small that it is invisible to the normal human eye.
  • Berserk Button: Nearly everyone has one:
    • Sasuke Uchiha is a long running and powerfull villain through out the show. His demise? Edd killed him brutally because Sasuke killed his ants.
    • Don't put a pebble in Ed's shoe.
    • Calling Eddy gay because he's pink is a bad idea.
    • Don't compare Phineas to Stewie Griffin.
  • Big Bad: Edd's older brother. Not a single other person in the series likes him. Even Eddy's brother teams up with the Eds when they think they are close to stopping him. However, the series has had other evil groups.
  • Body Horror: Trent can manipulate any part of his body into various things: extra eyes, multipule arms...
  • Bowdlerise: As a parody to get more OTT badness. The show will be on my site (if I create one by the time I make this), and youtube. To avoid it getting flagged (as youtube is very sensitive about this stuff), resulting in the following changes:
    • Ed's more graphic deaths are edited/cut.
      • Graphic deaths in general are edited.
    • Swearing is bleeped.
    • As a parody (or not... mabey this is the safest way to get this on youtube): anything related to viacom is blurred and any names said are bleeped. And an entire (filler) episode has Spongebob joining the Eds...
      *in Edd's house, the Eds are over (just because they want to see his new TV)*
      Eddy: Man. This is swell. You can see █████ ████ (South Park) and Family Guy at the same time!
      Edd: Well, even if you can see two shows, why something lame like █████ ████ or Family Guy?
      Eddy: No, you wanna see lame? How about █████████ ███████████ (SpongeBob SquarePants)?
      * Yellow blur walks on to screen*
      Eddy: Oh, speaking of the devil... anyways, Edd, that show is for idiots!
      Ed: Oh cool, █████████ ███████████!
      Eddy: ...See?
      - The rest of the episode just goes downhill from here (that's not the entire thing, just the begining).
  • Breather Episode: The Total Drama inspired aftermaths at the end of each arc, where Useless Bob and Host Palazenza (The latter is the host of Lose!, see below) interview the person/people who got killed off during that arc. It's as silly as it sounds. it makes even the worst villains comedic. Even worse is when nobody important died, so they just play around with the existing people there.
  • Character Derailment: Compared to original canon: Phineas, and how.
  • Character Development: Some characters not even mentioned that much make an appearance such as Gerta and Jib. Also, there might be a second series that mentions more of Marge and Rolf's rival "Wolf", since the former was only seen to escape Springfield with Bart on a chunk of land that seperates the two, and also gets spotted by Da Pimpsons quickly and the latter is mentioned a few times.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Phineas overlaps this with Verbal Tic as he often ends his sentences with an F-bomb (based on that one fan fic) and swears a lot. Eddy on the occasion, to.
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: Bart Simpson's (don't ask, read about him on the wiki page for this work) favorite Mind Rape torture with his sharingan is forcing the victim to listen to Peter Griffin — and later, clones — sing "Surfing Bird" for 72 hours... tsukuyomi time. Which, if you saw the show or read the manga, some minutes lasts only a second.
  • Crossover: Lots.
    • One episode is about Eddy getting scamed by Bart Simpson (and it leads to all of springfield getting destroyed because of Ed, long story).
    • The master chief shows up from time-to-time, only to get kicked off.
    • Naruto also shows up from time to time just to whine about Sasuke.
    • Filler villains are almost entirley crossovered, such as Smilin' Bob or the Burger King King.
  • Deconstruction: Of all works: During his short appearance before death, Homer Simpson is looked to as an Ax-Crazy self-centered sycho similar to him in the newer episodes instead of a lovable idiot; the exact same thing (except for the short appearance) can be said about Peter Griffin. Stewie Griffin, (who is always in his "evil" form during battles, but may act like he does in the current canon FG when he is not on any missions) also getting this treatment, thinks Peter is just plain messed up.
  • Development Gag: Ed appears to have died in the pilot, but in the next episode he's better. This is a refference to how Ed's "dies every episode" gag was supposed to continue into Story episodes.
  • Double Standard/Hypocritical Humor: See Edd's rant in "The Reason You Suck" Speech. The problem is that he says Sarah cannot like Edd and Kevin, yet Edd himself has a bunch of Ship Teases with almost every female character in his age group. Even one of the villains.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: While there are many examples, the king of them is Eddy's brother, who gets bridged dropped twice, both in sudden ways. First in a sort-of flash back (it's not a real flash back; it's an illusion that Edd, Rolf and Nazz see) where the event in question was supposed to be during the series — although at the end. During AE, the Kankers give Edd, Rolf and Nazz visions with thier sharingan (don't ask) of Eddy's brother telling them about a group that he works for (The Group). He is suddenly shot by Ferb from a long range (because of Ferb's powers) then blown up. After that, it is shown he fakes his death by puppeting a replica made out of wax so that the wax replica was shot (he got that from one of Eddy's scams in the original series, forgot which episode), then he sides with Edd's group and gets stabbed by Trent shortly afterwards. Also, several, several, several examples with Ed.
  • Easy Sex Change: Plank, from it to a she (yes, even Johnny's surprised). Somewhat justified by it being done by a (really powerful) ritual.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Oh boy... first, every villian, (except Useless Bob) even the filler ones, is worse than Eddy's brother. Stewie thinks Peter is just messed up, Phineas is scared of Edd's older brother, the most of the villians are creeped out by Phineas in question, and Bart Simpson thinks Jib goes overbord on his revenge against Eddy.
  • Evil Twin: Jib is to Ed, as Blank is to Plank.
  • Face-Heel Turn: Eddy isn't happy about being voted off first in The Eds' Game: 2.
  • The Faceless: Edd's older brother (until near the final showdown), the ugliest living thing in the solar system, and the master chief (as usual).
  • Five-Bad Band: Eddy forms one:
  • Four Is Death: Two Show Within a Shows — Lose! and Eddy's series — both had four episodes before stopping. While the former did have one special, it was pulled off in the middle.
  • Gorn: Sasuke and Sakura's deathsnote . Also some of Ed's.
  • The Group: Well... The Group. I swear to God their name isn't based off of this trope. I didn't even know that the trope even existed.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: The Group's overall roster alone will contain almost 20 people. Then there's Gerta, Kenny, and all the other people Edd's, Eddy's, and possibly Jonny's groups will meet.
  • Marty Stu: Parodied/deconstructed with filler villan Eddison.
  • Minimalist Cast: Averted. Even on the "Awesome Edventures" episodes.
  • OC Stand In: Jib and Gerta. Jib becomes somewhat of a major villain/Anti-Villain, and Gerta becomes an important character from the fifth arc (when she makes it to the cul-de-sac) onward.
  • The One Guy: Possibly Jonny, Ezekiel, or both. While the latter's team has himself, Bridgette, Izzy, Heather, Courtney, and starting from the second series Gwen and the ruler of an undersea palace (what ever you do, don't ask!), Duncan is added later on but gets killed of stupidly fast. The former is due to the fact that his team primary is made of "friends" (objects like Plank) turned human, and because of Jonny's personality (see above) he makes an Amazon Brigade. Also, early on Edd's team is made of himself, Ed, Plank, and Gerta, and when Ed dies Edd fills this role until he's back.
  • Older Than They Think: As ashamed as I am to attmit it, this is actually based off of "The Secret Missing Episode of Ed, Edd n Eddy Gone Wrong" (not sure if its still on youtube), with a similar sprite-with-speakonia thing. Yes, if it wasn't for a video series of a bunch of childish gay jokes, this page would have never existed.
  • Original Character: Human Plank, along with others.
  • Padding: After Garte's death, Rolf and Ed stare at his body for a minute, then Rolf kicks him and says "he's dead", then they continue to stare at him for two more minutes while sad music plays.
  • Personality Powers: Slight example, but according to The Guide for Humanising (Not to be Confused with making characters more human like, good luck with that), the kind of humans things turn into with the humanising process depends on the turner's personality if they suceed in the spell. The Group's leader (Lord Kanker) is power-hungry, so his creations are massive buff guys despite one of them being based on wind. Jonny, on the other hand, is a closet pervertnote , so everything he turns becomes an attractive female either his age or slightly older than him.
  • Precision F-Strike: Unlike Eddy, Kevin or such, Edd swears twice in the whole series. Both F-bombs. Once during his rant against Sarah, and the second is much earlier when he finds out that his older brother is still alive. Every other time he gets close to swearing, it's Gosh Dangit To Hecked. He doesn't even say "hell" or "damn".
  • Pronoun Trouble: Plants, because they have weird genders, are "Tres" (Not to be counfused with the plant of a similar name), as said by Plank. If they have no reprodutive organs, like Smilin' Bob (in this case, he overdosed on enzyte and it blew his thing up and then imploded it.), then they are "its" (cruel, I know, but that's how the Awesome Ed-ventures verse works.)
  • Rape Of The Lock: Nazz in The Eds' Game: 2. Her hair grows back surprisingly fast, though.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: The Group, in a way. Their main colors are black and pink, the pink being their symbol of a knive stabbing a drop of blood with another drop of blood comming out.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Edd's rant on Sarah:
    Sarah: Double D, I... loved you. There, I said it.
    Edd: ...How can you?
    Sarah: You don't like me?
    Edd: No.
    Sarah: Why not? Is it because you lo—
    Edd: You want to know? Fine, I'll tell you. Your a sadistic control freak who puts her own brother and his friends through one of the most horrible tortures imaginable just for your entertainment, and also use said brother as your own tool and threaten to tell his mom for something that never even happend. Most people would revolt, but you take advantage of how Ed is mentally retarded to use for everything, even if it's related not to you but your "friend" Jimmy. Speaking of which, where is Jimmy? Oh yeah, right, he's hanging out with a group of Complete Monsters after blowing his cover trying to kill you and Kevin. Speaking of that, don't you also like Kevin? How can you have a crush on both me and Kevin at the same time, just to brush Kevin off and pretty much atmitt that he was just a cover up? I find it surprising that you can hold a crush to me yet be nicer to everyone else. I have a lot of better, more sane girls, some of them who not only like me but don't show it in the horrible way you do: Nazz, Gerta, even Marie Kanker! Yes, she's a massive bully that used to power over the cul-de-sac with her sisters, but unlike her, a: she's more open about her relationship with me and b: she changed! Right after we found her past destroying the Kanker zepplin, the Kankers and us where able to form a nice truce. And the saddest part? I'm normally able to put up with a lot of stuff. But seeing how you hate me, hate me — see this *shows wrist wit a cut on it*? You just caused that yesterday! — just because you love me, is just sickening. You're covering your crush through violence, not only is that immature, but it is also idiotic and implies that you are just trying to look "cool" with all this junk. Just pick a side; either you like me or you would rather I die. It's life. Better that than to look like a crazy bipolar sycho who never fits into either side, seeing as nobody likes you and you manage to offend me and Kevin. In short, Sarah, Fuck you.
    * Everyone backs away from Edd*
    Edd: Man, that felt good. I should tell people off more often. Hey, Kevin...
  • Remember the New Guy: The fact that Edd's older brother is still alive was 'suposed' to come off as a shock, only its never said that he was killed until after we learn he's still alive.
  • Shock Site: The ultimate example is the fictional (I hope) site "" (sic), which has four males doing increasingly disturbing things to eachother (which starts with — NSFW! one of them jaming his penis into another penis) while the "garlic bread" ringtone in Bart The General's second episode plays. It has a loading screen with a cute bunny in it, though.
  • Shout-Out: Several. The title it's self is a reference to Ed, Edd n' Eddy: The Mis-Edventures.
  • Show Within a Show: Lose! (see below), Guy (another intentionally bad series about a guy named Chicken failing at everything), The Little Boy Named Eddy's Awesome Edventures, and others (though that one is made by Eddy).
  • Samus Is a Girl: Plank, Blank, and basically everything turned human by Jonny. This is because they where turned into a human by Jonny, who for some reason, it always turns them to females.
  • Sinister Scythe: Brian Griffin's main weapon. It's slightly bigger than him, (although he's a short dog so that's not saying much) can collect souls, and it's alive.
  • So Bad, It's Horrible: One of Eddy's original series, The Little Boy Named Eddy's Awesome Edventures, fits this trope. It's just four episodes of incresingly obvious Author Appeal.
  • Special Effects Failure: Used a lot.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Edd and Jonny. To a lesser extent, Nazz and Rolf.
  • Straw Loser: Eddy's brother to the villians; on borderline Butt Monkey levels. He is seen as more useless than a character with a first name of Useless (Useless Bob), and said name suits said character well. And said character has only two abilities (along with slightly resisant skin, but Phineas has that to), gets bridge dropped, and is really weak. In short, Eddy's brother doesn't look so though compared to the rest of the foes faced.
  • Super Power Lottery: Phineas can make highly volitile and highly toxic close-range weapons, Ferb can make explosive long range weapons to go with them. Both have weapons that can multiply, grow, completely change direction (which they have control over), shoot other weapons (knives and the like for Phineas, bullets and the like for Ferb), Ferb's weapons have "micro bombs" that, when in large groups, look like gray power but is actually a large set of small bombs that can create large explosions (each). That's not even getting started on all the WMDs and Humongus Mechas and devices they can make. And, to top it all off, they both have the sharingan.
  • Take Our Word for It: Averted at one point: (WARNING: SPOILERS FOR THE END EVEN WHEN THIS HAS YET TO BE MADE!BUT... ) Edd's older brother has a mask on because his face was said to be "hidious". He takes the mask off before the showdown, and for a long time we only see the character's reactions. Then it cuts to him and he looks... normal, but it turns out that he has this microscopic pimple on his face.
    • Played strait with the ugliest living thing in the solar system.
    • Due to censorship reasons (and because I'm not animating that), the show within a show Lose! (an attempt to be the worst reality show ever) has a "special" where the contestants have to do three things: (spoilered for being rather gross) stand naked while a camera zooms in on your crotch, fuck a goat, and climb a short wall. While I would air the first 4 episodes by them selfs, I'm ommiting the special, and all we see of it in Awesome Ed-ventures is the Eds reations (Lose! is on Cartoon Network in this world):
      Host: O.K., go to that goat and... you know...
      Ed: Oh my God. Oh my God. I can't whatch! Lose! is my favorite bestest show ever!
      Goat: OH YEAH BABY YEAH! WHO-!
      Voice on TV: We interupt this program for some sudden advertising. Lose! Will be pulled off of the network and we will get back with re-runs of Squirrel Boynote . You know what? No more reality shows. Ever. In fact, where taking off all our new Cartoon Network Real shows. And Total Drama Island. You never know, the show could pull the same thing Lose! did and give us an episode where the campers all have an orgy.
      Eddy: ...What?
      Ed: You know, that could be out there somewhere...
      Eddy: ...What?!
      Ed: Nothing.
      Edd: ...Isn't ''Total Drama Island'' animated, so that the network can '''see''' if they will pull something like that?
      • Note: Lose! is live filmed, so that's how the network didn't know about it.
  • Take That: Eddy's series, The Little Boy Named Eddy's Awesome Edventures is a take that at video brinquedo, the "little" comes from the little cars (Cars), the little panda fighter (Kung Fu Panda), and tiny robots (robots).
  • Take That, Scrappy!: Sarah gets this. A lot. Eventually, the very team she is innote  hates her. When Ed wants to join, he says he would only do it if Sarah is taken out. Eddy, the leader (don't ask), instantly "fired" Sarah and added Ed.
  • They Killed Kenny: Ed dies every episode he appears in. Every. Single. One.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Near the end of the first arc, (where the kids fight the Kankers and accidently encounter The Group — twice) Ed gets a 100 tailed copy of Ed, Edd n' Eddy: The Mis-Edventures sealed into him. However, by the next arc, he spends most of the time unconcious while The Group tries to take the 100 tails out of him. When he wakes up, he spends only one battle (him and Rolf against Garte) using it, before he loses it.
  • This Is Your Premise on Drugs: The simplest X Meets Y summary can be "Naruto meets Bart The General on crack". The more complex one is in X Meets Y, below.
  • Time Skip/Twenty Minutes into the Future: To some extent. The Total Drama and Yume Nikki (both make sense in context) characters are the only ones aged up, despite implications that those exact series (well, not so much for TD) have the highest chance of taking place in the future themselfs.
  • Took A Level In Bad Ass: Every cul-de-sac kid during the second half of the Trip to Menzo arc, minus Jonny who was already a Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass since his first fight.
  • Took A Level In Jerk Ass: Jib is meaner here than in Awesome Edventures episodes.
  • Trailers Always Spoiler: Parodied in the series. The one for the third arcnote , for example, will spoil that Garte died before The Group got to Edd's older brother's place (Garte's death was in the previous arc, to be exact), who three of the members are thanks to a group shot (the Griffins), who the newcomer to The Group is before we even knew there was a newcomer (Bart), who wins The Eds' Game: 2 (Plank), Eddy formes a team and which people will be in it (Kevin, Sarah, Nazz, and Rolf), and a few things about Edd's siblings.
  • True Art Is Incomprehensible: To track down Jimmy, Edd's group makes an art film to get into the club he will show up in. The result is Toast, where in Edd's character is living with Ed's and Plank's characters' house. Plank's character makes toast (which is blue in contrast to the film's grayscale). Edd's character cries in the sink which is full of water and when his tears hit, the water in the sink shows Chuck Norris. Edd's character gets hit by a tentacle, and he gets pulled down to what might be Hell. Meanwhile, Ed's character goes to the bathroom, and finds out that his crap is shapped like a swastika. For some reason, this leads to an Eldritch Abomination comming out of the toilet which is killed by the toast. Did I mention that until the abomination attacks, the main theme of Dexter is playing? There's a few sequals, which are even wierder:
    • Toast was made first.
    • Toast1.5 was it's sequal, explaining Toast from a different P.O.V.
    • Toast0 was next.
    • Toast2 was finally made.
    • Toast3 was next.
    • Then Toast5, which chronologically is after Toast4.
    • Then Toast4, which is before Toast5.
    • Then Toast6, which is chronologically Toast7 (Out of order again).
    • Then Toast7, which is Toast6.
    • I guess Toast8, then the chronologicallness returns.
    • And possibly, Toast1 (not "Toast", "Toast1") and/or somehting wierd like "Toast X" or "Toast01" or "1Toast" or "Toast A" or "Toasta" (though the last one would be confusing), where 1 can actually be any number, A/a can be any letter.
  • Tsundere: Sarah is this way twords Edd. As you can see in that massive Wall of Text, (although the part about Kevin is just blatant Double Standard) Edd hates Sarah more than anyone elsenote  because of this.
  • Villain Sue: Phineas. He has a ton of super powers, has a complete hold of the plot in more than half of the first half of the first series, The Group keeps him in despite being such a huge threat to them and how they've not only got two trunp cards, but he killed one of them (though he is kicked off on the first episode in the second series, but that's because the entire group Heel-Face Turned), everyone tries to take him on and usually only him on, and he gets sent for the majority of the missions.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Ezekiel's team vanishes after his fight with the other TD characters.
    • Averted with Marge Simpson, who drifts off on a chunk of land with Bart before it splits and seperates them. Marge is seen again breifly when Da Pimpsons (after Domer's death) are discussing who to attack next while walking through the forest.
      Zart: So let me get this strait, there is not only another group called "The Group" with more people but they are less powerfull, but also three kids made their own teams that are each slowly getting more powerfull and haveing more members?
      Glisa: Yes, yes, we do have a lot of targets.
      Zart: Exce—*sees a figure shaped a little like Marge, but with the hair down* is that—*the other Pimpsons look as the figure disappears behind a tree*
      Glisa: Oh no you don't. *Glisa, Flarge, and Zart look behind it and see nothing, leaving the three with an eerie feeling.*
  • X Meets Y: Naruto meets Half-Life: Full Life Consequences meets Hellsing meets South Park with little dashes of Family Guy, — both pre- and post-cancelation — Bart The General, and, to some extent, Uncyclopedia and SpongeBob SquarePants (post movie for the later). — in that order. Don't even get me started on the spinoffs.
  • Your Head Asplode: Naruto after seeing Edd kill Sasuke.
  • You Should Know This Already: Everything for a while, until I felt like getting a little more strict on this work. I'm usually not this way thords my other works, but this is parody.

    The Eds' Game 

Despite this mini-arc (actually, two. There were two games that where separated by the rescue portion of the "Rescue Ed" arc) only being a few episodes long, it gets it's own section because:

  • It's quite the different genre from the "action" in the regular fics.
  • It has a few tropes related to it.
  • These games depend who the Eds are with for the rest of the seriesnote 
  • This (second game especialy) is a major point in the story. After the second game, the cul-de-sac kids split into three groups that slowly get bigger:
    • "Team Eddward": Edd, Ed, Plank, later Gerta.
    • "The New Crew": Eddy, Kevin, Rolf, Nazz, Sarah (who gets replaced by Ed).
    • "The Nature Alliance": Jonny. Team mates undecided.

Now, sorry for that long explanation, here are the tropes:

  • Back for the Finale: Everyone, minus Jimmy, during the finale of the second game.
  • Elimination Houdini: The entire final four of the first game. Jonny and Sarah were trying to lose, the former doing nothing and the latter being a pain to everyone else; While Jimmy was actually trying, he is still wak (or rather playing to be weak so that he doesn't reveal his "The Group" powers); finally, Nazz only avoided getting kicked off by the Eds because they liked her (and because the people she was up against in "Battle" were either weak or not trying, she easily won via. her kung-fu). All of them pretty much survived to that point because the Eds' played around with the rules before (counting Plank as a contestant to vote him off, accusing Kevin of cheating for using his bike, saying the person who built the best tent lost to get Rolf's tent).
  • Important Haircut: Subverted with Nazz's. Her hair grows back very quickly, being uneven during the finalie, and back to how it was before after the second game. However, it was what lead to her elimination.
  • Sanity Slipage: Nazz in both games. She gets better after each of them end.
  • Shocking Elimination: Kevin's and Rolf's, though more like "so mind-bendingly stupid that you wouldn't see this comming unless you read this page or anyother AE related pages" elimintion.
  • Spring Time For Hitler: Jonny and Sarah both try to lose, yet Sarah makes it to the final four, and Jonny becomes a second winner.
  • They Plotted a Perfectly Good Waste: Oh boy, Eddy's playing his own game now! And Nazz is starting to be all evil, and allyed with Eddy! Let's see how this will go — no, Eddy loses early and Jonny makes it to the finals (Final three. Not much out of five, but still) again.
  • Voted Off The Island: In this order:
    • Plank: For being an inanimate object.
    • Kevin: The next Challenge has an auto-elimination swim race to the camp site, and he cheated (by bikeing through the river).
    • Rolf: The next chalenge was a tent-building challenge (the Eds get the loser's tent) and he made a good, big one. However, it was reaveld that the Eds think that a better then means that the person is more dependant (and Sarah, with Johnny, make no tent, causing the Eds to get that idea)
    • Sarah: Finaly gets on the Eds' nerves. (incase your wondering, the challenge was a battle between everyone who was left. That Sarah could easily win. Ouch)
    • Jimmy: The last challenge was race to the cul-de-sac, with a fight against AirMan (Who is really Edd in a coustume) Nazz won, and got to choose who will be the other winner, so she picks Johnny.
    • Eddy: In the second game, He failed the chalange (playing "Through the Fire and Flames" on Guitar Hero on expert), and the Eds simply didn't like him.
    • Nazz: Got visious, and Edd liked Plank more
    • Jonny: Lost the chalange. Actually, Plank was helping him, but he would have not if she didn't.
    • Rolf: Again, eliminated by Eddy, although in a different way. The last chalange was a race through a mountain where everyone eliminated came back (except Jimmy, this was after his reveal to working with "The Group", instantly kicking him off the Eds' series) and chose which of the finalists to help (who had to steer a cart through the mountain blindfolded). While Plank only had Jonny and Rolf had Kevin, Sarah, Nazz, and Eddy (the former one was his friend and the later three hated Plank; Sarah just didn't like her, Nazz and Eddy suspected that Plank may have lead to thier eliminations), and Rolf's team was getting ahead, Eddy got scared and stopped the cart just a little bit away from the goal. While Kevin tried to kick start it again, Plank and Jonny zoomed past them and won.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Eddy, the only one to last one episode on either game (merging Plank's human/wood status).
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Nazz's elimiantion. Also, Jonny's, even worse that they were the winners before.

The Show Within a Show "Lose!" provides examples of:

  • Anti-Climax Boss: How is Lucky defeated in "Final!"? He trips. Over a small pebble. And no, this wasn't anything placed by Light, a mistake by Lucky, a trap from Host, or anything like that. It was a stage prop. That's right, the main antagonist loses because of a stage prop.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: The special; see above in the AE section.
  • Awesome Mc Cool Name: Editaa Simmons, Light (loads of middle names) Way, and Lucky Failington (actually, his real name is Dick Headerson).
  • Back for the Finale: Everyone. Though the deaths are fake.
  • Beta Couple: Homer and Marge to Light and Mike.
  • Book Ends: Subverted. Light — even with Mike appearing in ghost form — attempts to push Lucky into lava during "Final!" in a manner similar to Editaa's death at the begining, although this fails when Lucky recovers.
  • Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: The ingridients for the fake lava in the final challenge.
    Lucky: Hey, this is actually pretty tasty geletin!
    Host: Thanks. It's made out of red food coloring, flower, the secret Lose! sauce, and horse shit.
  • Captain Ersatz:
    • Lucky is obviously Lucky.
    • Host is Chris meets World Tour Ezekiel stoned out of his mind.
    • Averted with Homer and Marge. Despite their namesnote  being taken from The Simpsons (first names) and Family Guy (last names), the only thing they have in common is that they are a couple.
  • Dead Person Conversation: Between Light and Mike during the second half of "Final!"
  • Disney Death: Everyone.
    • Disney Villain Death: Everyone (except Marge and Lucky) "dies" of falling somehow. Editaa getting pushed off of the plank, Mike getting hit into the abyss, Homer falling onto spikes, and subverted when Light tries to push Lucky onto the "lava" in a pit below.
  • Don't Go in the Woods: Averted and slightly played strait. The slight strait example is the third challenge, which takes place in the woods, but it's just to climb a tree while a set of spikes slowly rises up. Avertd with the fourth challenge, a "haunted" challenge, but instead of the woods of the island, it takes place in a cave that's actually part of an active volcano.
  • Flanderization: The entire cast. Homer and Marge make out more, Mike and eventually Lucky become Straw Losers, Lucky in particullar suffers Villain Decay, Host becomes more Totally Radical, and Light becomes more of a Parody Sue. Editaa come close to being immune, but she is pretty much a Flat Character.
  • Flat Character: Editaa. no questions asked about her past in the first episode because of the time, then she died in said episode.
  • Make-Out Kids: More like make out adults, but Homer and Marge.
  • No Name Given: Host only goes by that name.
  • Obviously Evil: Editta (too obvious, leading to her "death") and from the end of the first episode and on, Lucky.
  • Show Within a Show.
  • Springtime for Hitler: No matter what the creator tries, he fails. He even starts at looking at what he found wrong with the off the air series, and even then it's looked as a "brilliant improvement" by the excects.
  • Squick: What the Lose! geletin is made out of, and the challenges in the special.
  • Stylistic Suck.
  • Subliminal Seduction: "Revive my last show!" appears Once an Episode for an entire second and takes up the entire screen.
  • They Plotted a Perfectly Good Waste: Really, everything about this show. And the Light/Mike vs. Lucky conflict would have been more intresting had Mike not "died" on episode two.
  • This Is Your Premise on Drugs: Take Survivor and ad some serious crack... then you get Total Drama Island. Ad some crack to that, and you get... William Country. Ad loads and loads of illegal substances to that, then you get "Lose!"
  • Title Sequence: (possible one) Lights! Camera! Action! Were rollin' / were racin' / were pirate-car-island-caving. / It's the win time / and to get that you gotta make others- "L!" / You gotta make others- "O!" / You gotta make others- "S!" / You gotta make others- "E!" / You gotta make the others "Exclamation point!" / It's the win time and to get that you got to... make the other players... ("Lose" is spelled out multipule times. The letters are separated, but each time the splits get closer and its spelled out faster) Lose! I swear the way I plan it in my head might be based off of an existing song.
  • Totally Radical: Host (although it's not so much outdated slang as it is an attempt to be "gangster"), putting it lightly.
  • The Unpronouncable: Host's real name is ಠ_ಠ Palazenza.
    Host: Now that's why I prefer to be called Host. It's hard to pronounce- you know what? Just call me Host.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Editaa, and to a lesser extent Mike.
  • What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: In-universe example.
  • Yandere: Lucky. May qualify as a Berserk Button, but he went crazy when Editaa "died", despite not knowing her at all. He even "killed" two people after Editaa was eliminated: Mike and Homer.

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