The Quest for the Holey Grail (yes, Holey) is a ridiculous multi-fandom crossover written by [=KingAurthr=] (later known as [=KingAurthr2=]), a mysterious figure who appears to be approx. six and a half years old, and rife with major spelling, grammar, and plot mistakes.

The story begins with Myth/{{King Arthur}} (alternatively, "Aurthr", "Aurthur", "Aurther", and other such misnomers) and Lancelot getting a message about the 'Holey' Grail, and culminates in a massive epic battle between the "good team" and the "drak ones". Along the way, King Arthur meets up with Franchise/{{Harry Potter}} (Didn't you know? "Yes, the grail is atually the goblet of fire from the harry poter book", and yes, that's an actual quote, [[BreakingTheFourthWall from Harry himself]]), Hagrid, [[Franchise/IndianaJones "indian Jones"]], [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings "the lord of the rings people"]], Series/{{Doctor Who}}, "professor snake" (a character who can only be Professor Snape), and inexplicably, WesternAnimation/{{Scooby Doo}} and the Mystery Machine. The "evil team" has an equally eclectic mix of characters that includes the "lick king from [[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft Wrodl fo Warcraf]]", "Voldermor", Sauron, and the "russian woman from [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull indian Jones and the crystal skull]]". There is also a sequel, titled "Trouble on Darklands", set 20 years after the original, which throws [[Myth/NorseMythology "Frey"/Freyja/]][[Film/TheForceAwakens "Rey"]] the valkyrie into the mix and features the return of most of the characters from the first story (including several dead ones!)

Of course, it has all the makings of a terribly awesome fanfic including time travel, out-of-character plots, killing characters off for little to no reason, leaving basically everything unexplained, and doors made from skulls, bones and dead bodies. The finished version of the story can be found [[ here]], and the sequel can be found [[ here]].

!!This fanfic provides examples of:

* AllLowercaseLetters: A fair amount of character's names are spelled using only lower case letters at some point in the story.
* AnachronismStew: As would be expected in a King Arthur/Harry Potter/Lord of the Rings/Indiana Jones/Doctor Who/Scooby-Doo/World of Warcraft crossover. Even stranger when the characters travel to the past; apparently, there was no electricity 20 years ago, but there were chicken wings and hamburgers. UpToEleven in the sequel, where, among other things, Aragorn holds off the dark forces [[RuleOfCool with a machine gun]].
* AnyoneCanDie: Something like half the characters in the story die. UpToEleven in the sequel, where [[spoiler:several of the main characters in the first story, including Indian Jones and Harry, are offed.]] DeathIsCheap, to an extent, as well (several characters return as zombies and ghosts,) but they rarely return unscathed, and the vast majority of killed protagonists stay dead, making the story oddly mature regarding death for something with the grammatical quality of an elementary schooler.
* YouFailGeographyForever: The Prancing Pony, or "dancing pony in", is not in "hobbittown", and there probably isn't a haunted house at Rohan either.
* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler:At the end of Part 2, Boromir's ghost shows up with a ghost army, which distracts the Man Made of Blood long enough for the heroes to defeat him.]]
* BloodierAndGorier: More so than all of the original stories. All of the villains who get stabbed seem to have OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank to the point that it borders on BloodyHilarious.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: All over the place, both in dialogue and in description. Characters, particularly Harry, repeatedly refer to the books and movies they're from, and the author shortens descriptions by referring to the original works [[ContinuityPorn or, in some cases, earlier parts of the story]]. The latter is especially prominent in the sequel, where references are constantly made to Part One.
* CommieNazis: The "russian woman from indian Jones and the crystal skull" is in charge of a group of Nazis, presumably the result of the author misinterpreting [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull the film]] or conflating it with [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade the third one]].
* TheCorrupter: [[spoiler:In the sequel, the Man Made of Blood curses Harry to fall to TheDarkSide and use evil curses. It reaches a climax when the Ghost King uses Harry's curse-induced weakness to [[DemonicPossession possess him]], which forces Indian Jones to kill him.]]
* CrazyPrepared: Indian Jones, in order to keep up with the magical powers employed by the other heroes, seems to develop the ability to pull anything out of his pockets.
* CurbStompBattle: Pretty much any time the "good team" fights the evil forces.
* DisproportionateRetribution: After the Scooby-Doo team helps the heroes solve the mystery of "rohan house", Aragorn cuts off the culprit's head to show as proof to Gollum, which somehow solves the mystery.
* EvilLaugh: Voldermor's specialty; he starts and ends most of his lines with "ha ha ha".
* IHaveManyNames: The innkeeper is variously called "butterbean", "bitterman", and "butterman".
* TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler:In the sequel, it is revealed that the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Man Made of Blood]] was the true mastermind of the Drak Ones.]]
* MidSeasonUpgrade: Partway through the first story, the anti-Drak Ones weapon is completed and provides everybody with new weapons. King Arthur gets a "magic [[InherentlyFunnyWords exabluber]]". Seeing as he already has "an excalibur" before this and uses it multiple times, [[FridgeLogic the original Excalibur apparently wasn't magical]]. [[EpilepticTrees Or, possibly, the exabluber is something else entirely]].
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: "Indian Jones" appears to have bottomless pockets that can hold flamethrowers and crystal skulls, and Gandalf can use all kinds of magic explosions. Toward the end, everybody gets a magical weapon from the "holy relic", and while most characters receive a magical version of the weapon they already owned, Scooby and Shaggy acquire magical Scooby Snacks that [[LetsGetDangerous turn them into an unstoppable force of destruction]].
* NoPunctuationPeriod: Tends to happen for fairly long stretches of story.
* OmniscientCouncilOfVagueness: Subverted. Huge amounts of the story are devoted to villainous planning scenes that come off this way, but we are privy to all the details of their schemes. The [[UnspokenPlanGuarantee reverse Unspoken Plan Guarantee]] kicks in every time.
* OutOfCharacter: Most characters have at least a slight deviation.
* ReligionOfEvil: The cultists from Film/{{Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom}} appear in Part 2, where their leader tries to sacrifice Indian Jones and [[ImAHumanitarian eat his heart]].
* RiversOfBlood: In the sequel, [[spoiler:the lair of the Man Made of Blood has a ridiculous amount of decorative blood in it.]]
* RougeAnglesOfSatin: Quite a few times. Most notably, "Aragorn" eventually morphs into "Targaron", and Eowyn's name is never spelled correctly.
* SkeletonMotif: The "drak ones" ''love'' skulls, bones, and dead bodies of all sorts. The things made out of them include tables, doors, and [[DemBones soldiers]].
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: In the backstory of the sequel, Gandalf goes insane and splits into Gandalf the Grey and Gandalf the Black. Gandalf the Black is [[AWildRapperAppears a rapper]] who speaks in JiveTurkey and has an ultra-powerful magical staff that plays MagicMusic.
* TheEndOrIsIt: [[spoiler:At the end of the sequel, it is revealed that the Man Made of Blood put some of his own blood into all of the heroes [[MagnificentBastard to ensure he could never truly die.]] The story ends on a cliffhanger/reveal where he plots vengeance.]]
* TimeSkip: Between the first and second stories. After the Drak Ones are defeated, Aragorn becomes king of Gondor and takes over [[Fanfic/LegolasByLaura Mondor]] in Sauron's absence, Arthur returns to his "castel" at "Ablion", and [[spoiler:Dumbledore dies.]] However, [[ComicBookTime Harry and his friends still attend Hogwarts, despite logically being in their thirties.]]
* UnexpectedCharacter: Basically every time a new character arrives, but especially when WesternAnimation/{{Scooby Doo}} and the gang show up, and when "[[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia F]][[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire r]][[Myth/NorseMythology ey]]" the Valkyrie appears in the sequel.