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Fan Fic: The End Of Ends
From the desk of Dakari King Mykan, comes a tale of sadness, anger, and a vengeance most foul.
— Opening words

What do you get when you take the plot of a well-known spinoff game and change the setting and characters to reflect the author’s interests? Something close to the lines of this story.

Beast Boy, saddened by the events of the episode Things Change, finds his life tumbling down and in a fit of depression, runs away from Titan Tower and quits the Titans. Shortly after this, a black hole opens up in space and starts to suck in Earth, as well as other galaxies. As this is happening, Jump City began to get attacked by three villains, all of whom serve a higher power: Count Logan.

After a brush off with the three minions, the Titans are shocked to learn from the Doom Patrol that Beast Boy was killed. Thus begins a struggle between the Titans and Count Logan, who plans on destroying the entire galaxy with the help of an ancient artifact forged by Trigon known as the Dark Prognosticus.

The End of Ends is a fanfic written by Dakari King Mykan, known infamously for his My Little Unicorn fanfic. It’s both made in Web Animation format as well as a Fan Fiction adaptation where the story is more of a story-within-a-story presented to an Alternate Universe Terra and Beast Boy by a mysterious man. The first part of the Web Animation can be watched here, while the first chapter of the fanfic (with the rest being removed) can be read here.

The End of Ends has the following tropes:

  • Accusation Fic: The story calls out the Titans, Patrol, and Terra for all the wrongdoings they’ve done to Beast Boy. Mykan actually even has a name for this kind of fic: "Punishment Fics".
    • Revenge Fic: Word of God specially mentioned that the story was essentially a revenge story straight from his own desk and even justifying the destruction of Tamaran by saying it’s revenge for Starfire and Robin’s relationship.
  • Amplifier Artifact: The Light Prognosticus.
  • An Aesop: You can never truly change who you are, and even if you do change, you are who you are and that can’t change.
  • Arc Words: “Things change, Beast Boy. The girl you want me to be is just a memory.”
  • Artifact of Doom: The Dark Prognosticus.
  • Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: Dr. Beljar makes it really easy for the Titans to not kill Beast Boy, since he takes over control of the Dark Prognosticus, and it’s required that whoever controls the Prognosticus must die in order to close the void. This arguably ends up being a moot point, though, when Beast Boy dies anyway from injuries sustained in thebattle.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: Everyone in this story can breathe in space.
  • Beam-O-War: Count Logan and Terra engage in one.
  • Big Bad: Count Logan at first, then he gets replaced by Beljar.
    • Bigger Bad: Trigon created the Dark Prognosticus, thus giving rise to Logan’s power.
  • Big "NO!": Starfire gives one off when Tamaran is blown up.
  • Bittersweet Ending: Almost everything is restored from the Void’s destruction and the universe is saved. However, Beast Boy died of his injuries during the battle.
  • Breath Weapon: Medeva and Beast Boy's dragon form.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Subverted. You'd think Beast Boy's Magic Voices might be the reason for why he sounds so different as Count Logan, but it's revealed that the mask simply disguised his voice.
  • Cover-Blowing Superpower: Terra still has her powers, but is unable to use them during the minions' attack, lest she reveal her identity.
  • Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: Dr. Beljar invokes this trope when he takes over, since the condition for the Dark Prognosticus is to have an empty heart.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Beast Boy explains his past to Terra to justify just why he felt depressed after she dumped him.
  • Decoy Protagonist: The story focuses on Beast Boy for a while before he runs away and gets killed. Then it focuses on the Titans and Doom Patrol.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Beast Boy crosses it sometime after running away, which prompts the Dark Prognosticus to come and lend him his power...
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Count Logan, sucks people who were mean to him or otherwise were just living happy lives into his book and killing them. He also has his minions blow up Tamaran because Starfire got together with Robin when Terra didn't get together with him. In fact, the entire reason why he was blowing up the universe was because he got "dumped" by Terra.
  • Eleventh Hour Ranger: Terra after she decides to become a hero and try to save Beast Boy. She then becomes one for the Titans.
  • Expy: Because of the Whole Plot Reference to Super Paper Mario, the villains are expies to the villains of that game.
    • Count Logan has Count Bleck’s hat and backstory albeit less impactful and despairing as Bleck’s. He also shares Slade’s mask, though chromed.
    • His three minions are expies of Bleck’s own minions. Kamica and Madeva are ones to Starfire and Raven respectively.
    • Dr. Beljar is one of Dimentio. Knowing this, Beljar backstabbing Logan was pretty obvious.
  • Faking Amnesia: The story accuses Terra of this.
  • Family-Unfriendly Death: Beast Boy gets killed and we see a picture of his corpse, in which there's been a hole blown through his chest. There's also Galfore, who gets blown to ashes (or rather Windows Movie Maker Shatter effected to death).
  • Fix Fic: What this essentially is, with the thing being fixed being Terra herself.
  • Foreshadowing: Attempted at Chapter 6, though by that point it stopped being foreshadowing and became a Captain Obvious Reveal.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Kamelica's sword shoots them.
  • Guest Star Party Member: The Doom Patrol become this for the run of the story.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: The minions hold down Beljar so that the Titans can defeat him and end the Prognosticus’ reign.
  • Idiot Ball: You wanna know how bad the Captain Obvious Reveal is? In Beast Boy's letter to the Titans, he lists his true name: Garfield Logan. And no one, not even Beast Boy's former group, The Doom Patrol, managed to figure out Count Logan's true identity.
  • Informed Ability: We're only told of what Copy Cat could do, and outside of his namesake ability to change into anyone he touches, we never see them get used.
  • Internal Reveal: Because of Captain Obvious Reveal, The Reveal for Count Logan's true identity was rendered into this.
  • Ironic Echo: Beast Boy, after being revealed, throws Terra's line, "Things change... the person you want me to be is no more." back in her face.
  • Jerkass Realization: The Titans have this after reading Beast Boy's letter.
  • Kill It with Fire: Medeva, doubling as a Breath Weapon
  • Loophole Abuse /Prophecy Twist: The condition to reading from the Dark Prognosticus is to have an empty heart. The heart doesn’t have to be human either.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: The Titans, Doom Patrol and Terra have this reaction upon finding out about Beast Boy’s death. And soon Count Logan’s true identity.
  • Origins Episode: There's one for Count Logan in Chapter 11.
  • Plot-Relevant Age-Up: Beast Boy undergoes one after being possessed by the Dark Prognosticus.
  • The Power of Love: Surprisingly, for a Mykan fanfic, this comes up and helps Terra fight against Count Logan, given that she has realized that she loves his alter-ego, Beast Boy. Then again, she ultimately only succeeds in weakening him; Beljar ultimately interferes and has to be defeated before the Dark Prognosticus' power is stopped. Furthermore, Beast Boy dies of his injuries after the battle.
  • Reality Subtext: When Mykan explained his story of why he hated My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, he stated that one of the reasons why is because friends over time either used him as a means to an end, bullied him in secret, or moved on and even pretended that they didn't know him. Now compare that to one of the reasons why Beast Boy became Count Logan, especially the last part.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Logan and his minions sans Beljar.
  • Scaled Up: Count Logan once Dr. Beljar takes over.
  • Shock and Awe: Sir Vile
  • Shout-Out: As the destruction of the universe nears, Logan makes a reference to Edgar's "It won't matter... in a few minutes, you won't even be matter." line from the first Men In Black film.
  • Sixth Ranger: Copy Cat, though in the sense of him being a Guest Star Party Member. He gets promoted to a more permanent position after Beast Boy kicks it.
  • Spoiler Title: Chapter 4 shows the planet Tamaran blowing up. The title? “The End of Tameran!
  • The Starscream: Dr. Beljar.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: While he looks like Robin and has the psychic powers of Raven, Copy Cat's namesake ability, to copy the forms of others, is reminiscent of the missing Beast Boy. Guess what happens once Beast Boy is Killed Off for Real.
  • The Tape Knew You Would Say That: Beast Boy's resignation letter to the Titans.
    Starfire: (reading Beast Boy's letter aloud) "You do not even reflect on all the good deeds and nicer things I have done for you in the past"
    Raven: What nice things?
    Starfire: (continues reading) "Tell Raven to take that back."
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Count Logan is this for Beast Boy.
  • That Man Is Dead: Terra's saying this in the last episode of Teen Titans is referenced from time to time. Beast Boy throws that line back in her face when she realizes that he is Count Logan.
  • That Reminds Me of a Song: What Beast Boy's Magic Voices are essentially.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: The Titans call out Beast Boy for sneaking into Raven’s room and attacking Jackie and Jillian.
  • Wham Episode: Chapter 9, which reveals Count Logan’s true identity, and again in Chapter 11 where Beljar becomes the Big Bad.
  • Whole Plot Reference: This is one for Super Paper Mario.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: The fanfic tries to pull Beast Boy off as that, after he falls for the power of the Dark Prognosticus and tries to destroy the universe. His motivation for doing so is because he can't take life anymore after Terra does not want to come back to the team, following the ending of the show. Subverted heavily by the fact that he comes more off like a whinny little child who thinks breaking up with a girl is worse than losing your parents (or to compare to the Whole Plot Reference, losing your love) and wants to see everyone suffer.
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