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The Forever Trilogy
The Forever Trilogy consists of
, which is the
Forever and Ever
, and is technically part of the trilogy, though not one of the main three. There are even pages for both
Forever And Ever
. It is a
In the future, there is a empire ruled by a man named Synis. It is illegal to be involved with Pokemon in any shape or form. All the regions are combined. The main characters are the children of the Pokedex Holders.
Nevermore: "In the future, being a Pokemon trainer is a disgrace. But with an evil unnamed organization rising, Topaz will have to rise up and be like her ancestors Red and Yellow and save the world. Even if it means becoming a criminal, breaking ridiculous laws."
Furthermore: "Topaz and co are recaptured by the Masked Man. When they manage to escape via a time machine, they find themselves in their proper time. But the Masked Man has followed them into the past. And he wants to speed things up. Will their families help them?"
Forevermore: "Synis has declared war on the rebels of Mount Silver. And he especially wants Topaz and her friends dead. The government's secret weapon is killing hundreds of trainers. The future looks bleak. Not to mention all the drama. Life was never easy for Topaz."
, the main character, is the daughter of Red and Yellow.
is the daughter of Silver and Green (female).
(aka Goldy), and
are the children of Gold and Crystal.
(aka Sapph) are the children of Ruby and Sapphire.
is the son of Pearl and Platina.
is the son of Black and White.
Other characters are Diamonda, a descendant of Pearl and Platina, Viola, a descendant of Bugsy,
, a descendant of Red and Yellow, Cyan, a descendant of Blue (male), Jasper, a descendent of Diamond, and Esmeralda, a descendant of Emerald, Alizarin, a facility information gatherer, and Jewel
the daughter of The Big Bad
The Forever Trilogy is full of action, adventure, romance, humor, drama, and mysteries. You'll have to read to see!
Accidental Kiss: In Furthermore, Raiden and Lady get tired of the tease and take matters into their own hands by tackling Rubin and Topaz into eachother. In Forevermore, Topaz is trying to heal a cut on Grey's face, and falls off a slab, and they accidentally kiss. And, well, Rubin sees it and takes it the wrong way. Adults Are Useless: The only adults in the trilogy are evil. Except Tibbs, Professor Pine, Professor Willow, Delano, and Manny. And now pretty much everyone is an adult in Forevermore. Aerith and Bob: No one notices that the main characters are named after colors, jewels, and metals. Though Topaz, Jade, Sapphira, Scarlet, Diamonda, and Perla are considered girls' names. Affectionate Nickname: Almost everyone has one from Goldy. Fiori also has several nicknames for Grey. Fiori also gives one to Scarlet, but it's far from affectionate. Goldy is the only one who calls Topaz "T". Agent Peacock: Rubin, ooooh, is it Rubin. All Girls Like Ponies: Topaz and her My Little Ponyta Cerise apparently liked them, too. All Men Are Perverts: There are only a few exceptions to this, but the majority of the male character population fall under this in some way, shape, or form. Goldy is the main example of this, being our own little Casanova, Chivalrous Pervert, but still the Jerk with a Heart of Gold (no pun intended.) Am became a Hot Dad after some action went on with Diamonda in Nevermore. It's been hinted throughout the course of Forevermore that Grey is Cade's father, and this is later confirmed in Evermore. However, unlike Am and Diamonda, the mother is Pink, which goes against Canon. This is not good. Actually, if you look really closely, it's hinted that Plato has been kicked into this club with Jade now.
Jade: We were so busy we never had any time for anything intimate. Remember Goldy? Yeah, he's just entered the line of suspects. Sapph's not good at hiding things. This has been confirmed. Sapph revealed that they had sex. There's actually a Fan Nickname for this, anyone who is eligible for the doesn't have sex before marriage Sexually Sane Club. All Your Base Are Belong to Us: Mount Silver gets blown into two! Alone Among the Couples: This seems mainly to fit Ethan and Professor Willow in chapter 36 of Forevermore. Alternate Self: The Alpha kids and the Beta kids. This could also be considered Mirror Self if you think about it. Taken on what has been revealed so far about the Beta Line, the kids in that line are the complete opposites of how they are in the Alpha Line. Alternate Timeline: As it turns out, the entire main trilogy is this, and the upcoming Forever and Ever is the "original" timeline. Let's get things straightened out. Forever and Ever is the original timeline, in which all of the events of it lead up to thousands of years into the future, where Synis is known to have come from. In an unknown turn of events and for reasons unknown, Synis travels back in time and kidnaps the children of the pokedex holders, our heroes today. This, in turn, screws up time, splitting a branch from the original timeline (Forever and Ever), and creating an entirely new timeline that extends far into the future, and eventually leads up to the current time of that new branch, starting the story of the Forevermore Trilogy. The timelines are respectively called the Alpha and Beta Lines. However, even though the Forever Trilogy is only a branch to the original timeline, it's dubbed "The Alpha Line" due to it being the main series and first published. A Match Made in Stockholm: A majority of the pairings. Though half of them technically met in a high school, their relationships were built in a warzone. Ambadassador: Am becomes this to Unova. Annoying Younger Sibling: GOLDY. Cerise also fits this, and so does Crimson at times. Anyone Can Die: This authoress says this, but so far only Tibbs and the OC Safaia are proof of this. Authority Equals Asskicking: The higher rank you are in the Resistance, it's only natural that your buttkicking skills are awesome. Babies Ever After: We already know this due to the planned sequel. Babies Make Everything Better: You can't hate baby Aqua, even though half of the process was screwed up. Also, Viola now has a little sister, Hyacinth. Not to mention Cadet, Pink and Grey's son. Badass: Am and Grey. Badass Adorable: Raiden, that too cute shiny Pikachu. Younger kids are starting to join the resistance. Plus, Squirrel, Kitty, Jade and Pink's teams, half of Perla's team, and pretty much the rest of any pokemon considered "cute" in the resistance is this. Badass Army: The resistance can kick serious ass. Aaaaaand then we have the Government. Badass Bookworm: Viola is a genius, but she can kick butt, too. Alizarin can join her in this. Badass Bureaucrat: The entire Government, in the worse way possible. Badass Cape: Grey had one in the beginning of Furthermore. Badass Crew: The whole gang is a perfect example. Sadly, so is the Government. Badass Family: Amethyst, Fiori, and Gold are a few of the most powerful forces in the resistance. Hell, Am is THE most powerful figure in the resistance, and they're. All. Related. Not to mention Synis didn't even bother to kidnap them because of the threat. Badass In Charge: If anything, there isn't anyone that can be as Badass as Amethyst. Unfortunately, Synis is also this. Tibbs used to be this. Bad Future: Yeah, this entire trilogy is basically that. The Bad Guys Are Cops: The gang have had to battle peacekeepers (cops) before. Battle Couple: Grey and Fiori. Beat Them at Their Own Game: Government wants to drive pokemon out. Resistance uses pokemon. What do they do? Use pokemon. Berserk Button: Everyone has one! Calling Alizarin "Short" in anyway can get your intestines ripped out if he doesn't like you. Whatever you do, don't mess with Crimson's family, or he will mess you up if not kill you. Better as Friends: Grey and Topaz are besties! Well, not so much anymore. Though they have returned to a normal friendship later on in Forevermore. Big Brother Instinct: Am has this. Crimson has this... But he's the younger brother. He really shows it off in chapter 21 of Forevermore. Rubin tends to show this sometimes. The Big Damn Kiss: In Furthermore, Topaz even called it this when she and Rubin had their first real kiss. Then in Forevermore, Sapph and Goldy get Canon and do this. Just check for the chapter titles being ship names and you're on the right track. Big Eater: Sapph and Fiori, definitely. Big Little Brother: Though not the youngest, Crimson is taller than both Topaz and Cerise by a lot. And of course he's stronger and more impressive. Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Topaz/Diamonda, Sapph/Esmeralda/Indigo, and Jade/Jewel. Boarding School: The gang is sent to one in Furthermore. Bounty Hunter: Kane and his crew. Bouquet Toss: At Am and Diamonda's wedding, Rubin accidentally catches the bouquet. Brilliant, but Lazy: Fiori is a extremely powerful as a Pokemon trainer, but she hates doing anything. Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: Kind of Cyan and Jewel. Jewel is a Nice Girl and Cyan's pretty distant, but not exactly "angsty". Camp Straight: Rubin, but he's graduating. Canon Discontinuity: Occasionally. Usually for the character's looks. Originally, Gold's hair was dark blue, not black. Same with Plato. Originally, he is described as having dark blue hair and orange eyes. Perla's eyes were gold, not orange and her hair was black in Furthermore. However, it has been stated that her hair has been dyed. Can't Spit It Out: Rubin and Topaz in Furthermore. Can't Stand Them, Can't Live Without Them: Just ask Goldy and Sapph. Mostly onesided on Sapph's side. The Captain: Though technically the term is 'general', Topaz and Grey hold this rank. Amethyst is the real captain. Captain Obvious: Am even calls himself this! Chase Scene: There are several of these in the course of the trilogy. Chastity Couple: Rubin and Topaz, it gets on Jade's nerves, but it's cute. Well, not anymore, considering how Rubin is now... This trope is officially thrown out for them. Childhood Friends: Most of the Pokedex holders' kids knew one other kid. Mainly Am, Topaz, Fiori, and Goldy. Rubin and Cerise grew up in Littleroot together. We can't forget Topaz and Grey were best friends in Goldenrod. Technically Jade, Plato, Viola, and Rubin count since they went to middle school and part of high school together. There's also Perla, Argent, Heart, Dio, and Larimar. Can't forget about Crim and Indi. Childhood Friend Romance: There's Kate and Alan. Kate has been silently crushing on him for years but he's oblivious to it. However, in Evermore, it has been confirmed that they do end up together, as revealed by Carmine. Argent and Perla as well. Perla's completely oblivious, though. Can't forget about Crim and Indi! Clingy Jealous Girl: Scarlet over Grey, for no real reason. Clothing Damage: Practically everyone gets this. Compressed Hair: Whenever Topaz masquerades as a boy. Continuation: See Next Gen Fic. Conqueror From The Future: Say what? Synis is from the FUTURE? The Constant: While the rest of the world is raving without pokemon and freaking out about war and stuff, Unova has kept up the original system for thousands of years by basically separating themselves from them. Cool Old Guy: Tibbs and Professor Pine. Cool People Rebel Against Authority: The entire Resistance. Covert Pervert: To much of our surprise, Am. Creepy Child: RAVEN, oh my gosh, is it Raven. Crush Blush: This happens a lot. Crushing The Populace: Let's see, who's been victim of this? Floaroma Town, New Bark Town, Littleroot Town, Snowpoint City... Cute Kitten: Fiori's Skitty. Cerise's Persian, Skitty, and Purrloin. Darker and Edgier: More so in Forevermore than anything else. Dark and Troubled Past: Nearly all of the Pokedex holders' kids. Dark Fic: This can mainly apply to Forevermore. Dare to Be Badass: Everyone does this at the beginning of Nevermore. Dark Action Girl: Karen and Pink both. The Dark Chick: Karen and Pink both fit this. See above. Delayed Ripple Effect: Jewel even being alive is proof of this. Same with Alan. Through her mother, Jewel is supposed to be a descendant of Goldy and Topaz, but according to the authoress, Jewel is a descendant of Lapis Lazuli, Rubin and Topaz's daughter. In the Beta Line, she is a descendant of Vanilla, Goldy and Topaz's youngest daughter. Though it has not been revealed officially, Alan is supposed to be a descendant of Navy and Fiori. Derailing Love Interests: Practically everyone can pass as this. It's quite annoying. Did Not Get the Girl: Sorry Grey. Did They or Didn't They?: Everyone wonders about Topaz, Grey, and Rubin. Dope Slap: Alan to Shirou in chapter 21 of Forevermore. The Dragon: Flax, or maybe Karen. Dragon Rider: Topaz has a Aerodactyl, Rubin has a Altaria, Grey has a Dragonite, Plato has a Garchomp, Fiori has a Hydreigon, and both Cyan and Crimson each have a Charizard. Man, dragons are popular! Deus ex Machina: Celebi, whenever the heroes get in MAJOR trouble. Dragon-in-Chief: People seem to hate Flax a lot more than they hate Synis Duels Decide Everything: 'Cept nobody seems to like this anymore. Now let's go blow stuff up. Dysfunctional Family: Gold and Crystal really screwed up with Am, Fiori, and Goldy. The Rosso family could also fit, mainly due to the fact that both Topaz and Cerise are in love with Rubin, and poor Crimson is caught in the middle. This is no longer a problem. Dystopia Earn Your Happy Ending: The gang can't sit back and watch the world destroy itself and expect flowers and rainbows, can they? Elite Army: The whole Resistance is full of these. The Emperor: President Synis rules the world. The Empire: The combined country of the regions of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh. This is also Unova's nickname for the Government's control over the regions. Everyone Can See It: This fits Topaz and Rubin. Can't forget Goldy and Sapph. Not to mention Alizarin and Viola. Now we can even add Crimson and Indigo to this. Everything's Better with Penguins: Diamonda's Piplup, who later on evolves into a Prinplup, and then Empoleon. Everything's Better with Plushies: Topaz has a Oshawott plushie. She now has a Pikachu plushie, too. The Evils of Free Will: The citizens of the Empire have been brainwashed for this very reason. Eyes of Gold: Goldy, duh. Fake Memories: Apparently every flashback the gang has had is false. Fan Verse Fatherly Scientist: Professor Pine. The Fashionista: Rubin and Jade both fit this. Fashions Never Change Fingerless Gloves: Topaz has a pair. First Kiss: There are several of these in the course of the trilogy. First Love: Since... Grey is Topaz's, Topaz is Rubin's, Goldy is Sapph's, and Grey might even be Fiori's. Rubin is Cerise's, apparently. None of this may even be the case anymore, with the memories having returned and all. Five-Bad Band: Synis, Karen, Flax, Maroon, and Navy. Verdant and Pink aren't shown as much. Well, Navy betrayed the Government, so he's out. Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Goldy's the foolish one and Am's the responsible sibling. Cerise and Topaz could qualify for this. Flashback Nightmare: Topaz has several of these, and it is mentioned the others do as well. Four Girl Ensemble: Topaz, Jade, Sapph, and Diamonda. Probably should switch out Diamonda with Fiori or Indigo, seeing as she isn't into the war as much as the others. Four-Star Badass: When Topaz and Grey get promoted to general. The Four Loves: They're all in here! The Future Generation Xerox: Oh so much. Gender-Blender Name: Not many people notice anymore, but Amethyst is a pretty feminine name. Can't forget Alan, whose real name is Alene. Unfortunately for Alan, people do notice his feminine name. Gentle Giant: Grey's GIGANTIC Dragonite. Topaz's and Am's Gyarados to a certain degree. Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Rubin does this to Topaz when they hear gunshots during a mission in the beginning of Forevermore. Get a Room!: Goldy and Sapph get this a lot. Gibberish of Love: Alizarin, every time, but in a very unintentionally mean way. Girl Posse: The FMNV Club in Furthermore. The Glomp: Both Jade and Cerise like to use this tactic. Gone to the Future The Government Government Conspiracy: Nobody knows about the kidnapped Pokedex holders' kids or any other of the horrible things Synis has done. Handsome Devil: Sapph absolutely loathes Goldy, but she loves him too. Handsome Lech: Goldy, duh. Heartbroken Badass: Topaz becomes this when Rubin breaks up with her. The Hero: Topaz. The Hero's Birthday: Forevermore begins like this. The Hero's Journey Hero with Bad Publicity: Pretty much the whole gang in Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh. Especially Am, Grey, and Topaz. Heroic BSOD: Topaz is starting to get this. Heterosexual Life-Partners: Shirou and Alan, all the way. High School: Topaz, Viola, Rubin, Jade, Plato, and Diamonda went to one in the beginning of Nevermore. Hitler's Time Travel Exemption Act: Synis goes back in time to kidnap all of the kids, and make them his admins, and nearly succeeds, but still screws up time in the process even though Gold Jr. and Am saves them. Even so, everything is screwed, the Alpha Line is formed. Yaaaaaayyy. Hooker with a Heart of Gold: Sorry, Diamonda. But it is so true. She seems to have grown out of this, thank Arceus. Holding Hands: Rubin and Topaz do this a lot. Hopeless Suitor: Sorry, Grey. Topaz belongs to Rubin. Let's add Cerise to the above. Hopeless War: Topaz views the Revolution as this. Hot-Blooded: CRIMSON. SAPPHIRA SCARLET SAFAIA Apparently Professor Willow was this when she was younger. She still is a little bit. Not to mention that the first three all have red eyes. Hurting Hero: Topaz is slowly becoming this. Idiot Hero: Goldy. Seriously. Especially when it comes to girls, much to Sapph's chagrin in Forevermore. Taken to an even greater level in Forever and Ever, where he actually is the The Hero instead of Topaz. Ineffectual Loner: Grey. Argent is also leaning towards this. In the Blood: Everyone takes after one of their Pokedex holder parents. In Their Own Image: Synis has nearly achieved this. It Doesn't Mean Anything: In Nevermore's prologue, and throughout the whole fanfic, Grey kissing Topaz DID NOT MATTER AT ALL. I Don't Want to Ruin Our Friendship: This was Rubin's problem for the longest time. I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Rubin and Grey both feel this way. Cerise also feels this way about Rubin. Jerkass: Rubin becomes this when he breaks up with Topaz. Also, all of the Admins are like this. Especially Flax. Everyone hates Flax. Just Friends: Topaz and Grey in Nevermore and Forevermore. Topaz and Rubin up to Furthermore. Kid from the Future: Try grandkids. Kid Hero: Everyone! Not anymore in Forevermore, everyone's an adult. But a bunch of kids are joining in! Kids Versus Adults: Nearly the entire resistance is made of of people younger than 20. The Government, if you take out the admins, you can pretty much assume they're all adults. Okay, so the oldest we've got is Am, and he's 19. Killer Rabbit: Raiden, Squirrel, and Kitty may be cute... but they are deadly. Very deadly. Kuudere: Am is Type I. The Lancer: Grey. La Résistance: Self explanatory. The Leader: Topaz, for some reason. Also, Tibbs is in charge of the whole Resistance. Now Am is in charge of the Resistance due to Tibbs's death. Legacy Character: All of the Pokedex holders' kids. Let's Get Dangerous Lightning Bruiser: Both sides have some pretty fast pokemon that kick ass. Like an Old Married Couple: Everyone tells Goldy and Sapph this. Like Father, Like Son: The Golds fit this. Ruby and Rubin. Sapphire and Sapph. Heck, Green and Jade! Dang, Red and Crimson! Little Hero, Big War: Just ask Topaz. How can she save the world?! Little Miss Badass: Topaz and Esmeralda are pretty short. Long-Lost Relative: Scarlet is Topaz's descendant, and Diamonda is Plato's. And then we have Cyan, being Blue's son. Jasper, being Diamond's son. Esmeralda is Emerald's daughter. Fiori turns out to be the second child of Gold and Crystal. Heck, Cerise is another daughter of Red and Yellow. Love Confession: Life threatening situations caused this for Topaz and Rubin in Furthermore. Tibbs's death caused this for Goldy and Sapph in Forevermore. Offscreen, but Plato and Jade did this in a oneshot by XxMagicDreamerxX. Cerise confesses to Rubin offscreen in Forevermore. Love Hurts: Just ask any of the characters. Love Is in the Air Love Makes You Dumb: Am and Diamonda are proof of this. Love Triangle: Topaz has to choose between Grey and Rubin, and she does, good job, Rubin. Magikarp Power: Literally. Topaz catches a Magikarp, which later evolves into a Gyarados. Go Neptune! Make Wrong What Once Went Right: The future was perfectly fine until Synis showed up and screwed everything around. Though we're not too sure how far into the future things were right. Marry for Love: Rubin and Topaz do. The Masochism Tango: Goldy and Sapph practically scream this. Mangst: Am does this in the anniversary special. The Medic: Topaz has Viridian powers. She can heal Pokemon. Cerise also has Viridian powers. Diamonda and Cerise are nurses in the Resistance, since they fight, just not a lot. The Mentor: Everyone looks up to Am, people. Middle Child Syndrome: Fiori suffers from this. Mind Screw: The authoress has put in plenty in Forevermore. Minor Major Character: Alizarin doesn't get a lot of screentime, but he does play a big role in the labs. Aqua has one silver, one blue. Missing Mom: Jewel's mom somehow died, but we don't know quite what happened. Mistaken for Cheating: A rather quick version happens with Topaz and Rubin in chapters 20 and 21 of Forevermore. My God, What Have I Done?: Grey has one of these moments. My Own Grandma: The way things are going, Jewel might be her own ancestor. My Own Private "I Do": This seems to be the case for Rubin and Topaz. The Napoleon: Topaz. Naughty Is Good: Goldy and Fiori, to a certain degree. Next Gen Fic Nice Guy: RUBIN! Not. Probably Jasper, as well. Crimson is really nice. When he's not angry. Shirou's pretty chill, too. Nice Hat: Rubin has his father's hat. He also has a blue and white version of his father's hat. Nice Mice: Raiden, Joy, and Fulmine are very, very nice. Slightly averted with Bolt, and Raiden since he has a bad attitude. The Nicknamer: Goldy and Fiori. No Indoor Voice: Sapph and Diamonda. Non-Action Guy: Rubin, though he's getting better. Yeah, this trope no longer fits him. Non Human Side Kick: ALL OF THE FREAKING POKEMON. No New Fashions in the Future No Sex Allowed: Rubin has his rules for Topaz, much to Jade's chagrin. Oblivious Adoption: The main characters did not know this. Oblivious to Love: TOPAZ. Ironically, Goldy to a certain degree. Even Rubin at one point. Grey fits this trope as well, later on. CRIMSON. 'Nuff said. Per-la Can't forget Rosalind. Obliviously Evil: Synis is totally doing the right thing. Sarcasm. Sarcasm. Older than They Look: Topaz can pass as a middle schooler. Well not anymore. Alizarin is two years younger and slightly taller than Topaz, but he looks even younger, much to his chagrin. One Head Taller: Am is a head taller than everyone else. Grey can also fit this. Indigo is pretty tall for a girl. Only Sane Man: Plato. Am and Grey kind of fit this,too. Opposites Attract: Practically everyone! Original Character: Nearly every character. Pair the Smart Ones: Viola and Alizarin and kinda fit this trope. They supposedly have some Belligerent Sexual Tension thing going on, but only because Rin has this weird, accidental mean way of talking to her. Parental Favoritism: Apparently Am was Gold and Crystal's favorite child. Papa Wolf: Don't you DARE try to screw with Am's family. People's Republic of Tyranny: Oh is it ever. Petite Pride: Yes, Topaz, it is good to be short. Alizarin to a certain degree. Pokémon Speak: Duh. Slightly averted since Topaz and Cerise understand this speech. Police State Pop Cultured Badass: Shirou is Champ, but man, does he love his music. Portal to the Past: The crew goes through one of these to escape Synis in Furthermore. Precious Puppies: Rubin's Poochyena, which later evolves into a Mightyena. Pregnant Hostage: Diamonda when Synis kidnapped everyone in Furthermore. President Evil: Our dear friend Obsidian Synis. Psychic Powers: Topaz has Healing Hands, and Telepathy. Cerise has the same thing. Pulled Off A Grey: Grey did this in Furthermore. Twice. Jewel doesn't like her father's actions. Navy has also ditched the Government, in Forevermore. The Quiet One: Oh, is it Am. Rebel Leader: Tibbs. Later on, Am takes his place. Recursive Fanfiction Relationship Upgrade: There are lots of these. The Resistance: Heck, that's what the rebellion is called! Rich Bitch: Diamonda in the beginning of Nevermore, she gets better, though. A little too far with Am, but all's cool after a while. You can pretty much trash this trope for her in Forevermore. Romantic False Lead: Grey is Topaz's. Rule of Sexy: Jade and Diamonda always wears skirts, no matter what. Rule of Three: Nevermore, Furthermore, and Forevermore. Forevermore has three arcs: Redemption (1), Permanence (2), and Cessation (3). Am, Grey, and Topaz are considered the Power Trio. The Run Away: Topaz, Rubin, Plato, Jade, Viola, and Diamonda. Am and Fiori also fit this. Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Plato and Jade. Shirou and Cerise may fit into this. Can't forget Argent and Perla. Scarf of Asskicking: Shirou has one, and he never takes it off. School Festival: OPTAE has one in Furthermore. Screw Destiny: Nobody likes destiny. Synis is actually the most appropriate for this trope. He comes from the future, and tries to set up a new one. He apparently doesn't like whatever destiny came to him the first time. Second Act Breakup: Everybody hates Rubin for doing this to Topaz. Second Love: Fiori is Grey's. Sequel Series She Is Not My Girlfriend: Nearly every chapter with Goldy and Sapph. Sapph is trying to change this, but with Goldy, well... Congrats, you have succeeded, Sapph! Goldy/Sapph is now canon! Crimson has to say this sometimes about Indigo. Crim even said this to Navy when Navy called Crim Indi's boyfriend. Crimson: "SHE IS NOT MY GIRLFRIEND!" She Will Come for Me: Rubin wasn't quite so sure in Furthermore. Shipper on Deck: JADE. She supports all the canon relationships. Jade even has a little notebook where she keeps all of her notes on the "shippings". Fiori likes teasing Sapph and her little brother. Cerise appears to support Rubin/Topaz, though she also appears to be in love with Rubin. Crimson also supports Rubin/Topaz, saying Rubin is better than a pervert. Not anymore. He literally tries to kill him in chapter 21 of Forevermore. Shounen Hair: Goldy, and probably Am, too. Shout-Out: Shut Up, Hannibal!: Crimson really didn't like it when Rubin went on and on when he broke up with his sister. "Shut Up" Kiss: Plato does to Jade when she's ranting in the holiday special. Sibling Triangle: Looks like we've got Topaz/Rubin/Cerise going on. Poor Rubin. It doesn't help that Topaz and Cerise only just recently found out they're related. This might not be a issue anymore with Shirou on the scene. It has been resolved. Sociopathic Hero: The Government thinks they're doing the right thing. Mainly Synis, not so sure about the others. Spit Take: Rubin does this after Alan asks him this about him and Topaz... Alan: "...You guys never had sex, right?" Start X to Stop X: Gotta rev up the war to stop the war. It's the only way. Government starts using pokemon to stop the Resistance from using pokemon. Logic, quite. The Stoic: Am, and Grey. Add Argent, too. Sometimes Plato Can't forget Cyan. Argent is supposed to be the most stoic one, however. Stuff Blowing Up: First the warehouse in Furthermore, and now Mount Silver! Snowpoint was bombed by Synis now, too. Supreme Chef: Rubin, Fiori, and even Jasper. Surprise Pregnancy: Diamonda was so shocked. Switching P.O.V.: In Forevermore. Team Mom: Sadly, this seems to fit Rubin more than anyone else. Well, not so much anymore. Diamonda is leaning towards this, but not too much. Teenage Wasteland: Overall, it's type 3. The Resistance has become type 4. Teen Pregnancy: Diamonda gets knocked up by Am. Hello, Aqua. Pink also has a child, Cadet, and the father is Grey. Temporal Paradox: No duh. Their First Time: Topaz and Rubin finally go through with it in Chapter 48 of Forevermore. There Is Only One Bed: Topaz and Rubin shared a bed in Furthermore, even though the latter protested greatly. They Do: Whenever a ship becomes canon. Time Is Dangerous: Heavily implied throughout the entire trilogy. Time Machine: Synis has one! Time Master: Celebi To a greater extent, Dialga, but he's not shown as much. Time to Step Up, Commander: Am gets this. Also, Topaz could also fit this troop when she is promoted to the rank of general when Am becomes high commander. Time Travel: Celebi transported our heroes forward in time. Synis is from the future. Time Travel Escape: The heroes had to use a time machine to escape from Synis. They went back to their proper time. But not for long, the future was in danger, people. Trauma-Induced Amnesia: All the Pokedex holders' kids and their first Pokemon. Poor Cerise got her memory wiped and can't remember her previous relationship with Flax... Tomboy: Sapph and Viola. Topaz to a certain degree. Can't forget about Indi and Fiori, too. Tsundere: Sapph. Viola and Alizarin fit this as well. Understanding Boyfriend: Rubin, gosh... Not so much anymore, though... Unexpected Gameplay Change: In Furthermore, you're suddenly fighting a war to traveling back to the past and then going back to fighting a war. Unto Us a Son and Daughter Are Born: Just ask Ruby and Sapphire. Unstoppable Rage: Crimson in chapter 21. Utopia Justifies the Means: Synis just wanted to make a better world, after all. Villains Act, Heroes React: This is shown several times, especially when Mount Silver blows up. Villain with Good Publicity: The public doesn't see that there's anything with what President Synis is doing. Villain World: It was like this even before the heroes arrived. Also, in Furthermore, the gang wasn't able to stop Synis from using Groudon to combine the regions. Waking Up Elsewhere: This happens to Topaz several times. Waif-Fu: If she wanted to, Dima could kick ass. War Fic Wartime Wedding: Am and Diamonda got married! Too bad Synis is blowing the world up. Welcome Back, Traitor: Topaz accepted Grey back right away, and everyone else followed suit. Wild Girl: Sapph, Goldy likes to call her this. World of Action Girls: This seems to be the case here. Working with the Ex: Topaz has to work with Grey since they are both generals. Now Topaz has to work with Rubin too, seeing as he is a commander and she is a general. Worthy Opponent: Am, Grey, Fiori, Synis. Topaz can fit this trope as well. Definitely add Crimson. You Are in Command Now: Am is told this when Tibbs dies. Young And In Charge: Am is the oldest of the gang, but he's still pretty young to be the head of the Resistance. You're Just Jealous: Flax tells this to Topaz about a rather unsavory thing.
Flax: "Aw, is little Topaz jealous? You're just mad that your little sister lost her virginity before you did."
Wait, WHAT? HOLY- Cerise: Your Terrorists Are Our Freedom Fighters: The Government has the people believing all trainers are insane criminals who want to take over the world. You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: Just ask Raiden, Topaz's shiny Pikachu with anger management issues. Am also fits this trope. Apparently Rubin has a really nasty temper, too. We have yet to see it. This trope fits him really well. Quite literally, nobody likes him when he's angry, especially after that. Crimson has anger issues too, as seen in Chapter 21.