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You Got HaruhiRolled!
"Review Haruhi-worshippers! Your yellow-ribboned, headband-wearing goddess demands it!" You Got HaruhiRolled!
Haruhi Suzumiya Crack Fic
written by superstarultra on
. The fic is basically what happens when you take wanton violence,
, shameless parodies, major
sexual references and situations
, throw them in a meat grinder, and add gratuitous amounts of
Rule of Funny
Influential enough that it
This Fanfic features examples of: Abhorrent Admirer: Kuyou seems to be one of these to Fujiwara as of late. Accidental Pervert: Fujiwara, Kyouko, and Sasaki in the Thanksgiving chapter. Actor Allusion: In the arc, Taniguchi's Persona is Persona Mr. Kimidori, Kyon's is Alucard, Itsuki's is Lelouch... A Day in the Limelight: The Emo-ri arc is arguably this for Emiri. A God Am I: Haruhi and Sasaki. The latter just hides it better. ( Except when you give her a ) Death Note... Superstarultra himself goes absolutely nuts when he Self Inserts himself into the fic during the anniversary chapter, right down to invoking this trope. All Just a Dream: Subverted in the court case arc as it's directly called a daydream. All Love Is Unrequited: Played for Laughs in Chapter 64, which gives us one-sided Kuyou/Fujiwara, Fujiwara/Kyouko, Kyouko/Sasaki, and... Sasaki/Sasaki. Animated Actors: The second short in Chapter 9. Anything That Moves: Whenever Kyon tries to get a girlfriend (Chapter 13 and 47). Aren't You Going to Ravish Me?: Mikuru in the first chapter of the court case arc upon hearing she isn't as pretty as Aphrodite. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Subverted since it's a Kangaroo Court:
Belome: "So now we got thievery, stupidity, assholelishness... and before I forget, that dude over there tells me you pushed him." Asspull: Lots of them, and played for laughs. Axe Crazy: Ryoko, mostly. Also, Haruhi in the Kangaroo Court arc at one point. Bait and Switch: Haruhi accidentally stepping into traffic and dodging it successfully. She's then immediately crushed by a blimp. Batman Gambit: The court case arc. Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason Emiri joins the Anti-SOS Brigade is because they were the only people who treated her like a friend. Big Brother Instinct: Kyon definitely has this, as shown in the chapter where Haruhi has a crush on his sister. Big Eater: Haruhi, Kuyou, and Tsuruya. The latter is implied to be able to devour at least ten times her own body weight. Big "NO!": In the court case arc after Haruhi's dream and in the anniversary for no reason. Bizarre Alien Biology: Kuyou is revealed to have this in the latest chapter. Black Comedy Rape: Mikuru. Banana split. Bowdlerise : Played for laughs in Chapter 59. Breaking the Fourth Wall: In the parody chapter, the characters are able to hear the author's voice as the announcer. Resident Evil This happens again in the parody, except Silent Hill his words appear in blood. And then there are Chapter 56 and 81. Done quite a bit when things get pretty hectic or when the characters are annoyed. Brick Joke: In Chapter 15, Gilgamesh mentions that he wound up in the Haruhi universe after Ultros ripped him off, so he wandered the multiverse, vowing revenge. Sixty-seven chapters later, he finally gets the chance. The blood on the wall re-appears in chapter 81 after showing up in the arc. Silent Hill Early on, The Stinger at the end of each chapter was, "Review, Haruhi-worshippers! Your yellow ribbon-wearing goddess demands it!" One reviewer pointed out that this was incorrect, and that Haruhi wore a headband with yellow ribbons on it, so about 50 or so chapters after this was pointed out, the writer corrected it to what you see at the top of this page. As of Chapter 85 it's now, "Review, Haruhi-worshippers! Your goddess with the yellow headband and ribbons demands it!" Brother-Sister Incest: Imouto steals Kyon's phone so that he'll have no choice but to pay attention to her, instead of hang out with his friends, in Chapter 66. Her inner monologue implies that she's trying to invoke this trope. Butt Monkey: Emiri. Sometimes Mikuru, Kyon, Tsuruya, or even Haruhi herself. Depends on what the plot calls for. The Cameo: A ton of them in the court case arc, including the aforementioned Gilgamesh and Ultros, as well as Chupon, Belome, Doakes the Darknut, Phan Phan, a Skarmory with an appetite for Haruhi's pancreas, Kratos, Konata, Kagami, Tsukasa, and Miyuki, Phoenix Wright, Kino and Hermes, Emi and Hisao, and last but not least, Ryokos from alternate series and continuities. Cat Fight: The AVTT arc. Chapter Fluidity: Except for the arcs, which are never more than five chapters long (out of an eighty-six chapter fic so far), the chapters could be read in any order and you wouldn't notice. Lampshaded in the court case arc: Chekhov's Gun: Chapter 56 opens with Haruhi complaining to superstarultra about another fanfic he was writing at the time, . In Chapter 81, the existence of this fic proves vital in The Obesity of Haruhi Suzumiya defeating a giant cheesecake and saving the day. Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Kyouko started off no more or less crazy than anyone else, but she had definitely settled into this role by the time of the parody. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Also, Naru... The author was this himself in his latest self-insert. Combat Tentacles: Kuyou's hair. Comically Missing the Point: Phoenix asking Ryoko if the blueberry muffins were any good after she mentioned Kino "stealing" a knife she was looking at and taking a different kind of muffin (which happened to be her favorite) for free after a purchase. The author lampshades the fact that it was simply a minor detail in an already idiotic revenge story. Companion Cube: Kyouko and her Magic 8-Ball in the pirate arc. Ryoko really seems to love her knives in this fic... Continuity Nod: There have been a couple in Chapter 84. Contrived Coincidence: The event that led to Haruhi getting a trial in the first place. Crack Fic Cruel Twist Ending: At the end of the Emo-ri arc, Emiri joins the Anti-SOS Brigade and it's heavily implied that this will lead to The End of the World as We Know It. And all because Kyon convinced her to be herself and to stop being emo. Curse Cut Short: At one point, when Fujiwara and Kyouko are behaving reasonably in-character, Fujiwara claims that Kyon wouldn't know goodness for all humanity if it bit him right in the arse. ...Or at least he would have said that, but Kyouko interrupted him before he could say the last word. Deadpan Snarker: Kyon, even MORE than he normally is in canon. Yuki and Oruki also fit this trope as well. Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Chapter 81. A giant cheesecake starts destroying the school, and the cast tries to destroy it with no such luck. A fat AU Haruhi comes from another fic of the author's, and manages to devour the cake in two minutes. Disaster Dominoes: What starts the main disaster in the Thanksgiving chapter. Disproportionate Retribution: From the Court Case arc. Long story short, Ultros is accidentally sneezed on by Haruhi and doesn't receive an "excuse me", so he sues her for plagiarism and hopes to receive money from her while Haruhi is imprisoned where her pancreas is eaten by a Skarmory daily. Also from that arc, there's Haruhi demanding that Imouto dies for insulting her honor and in the daydream when an original character crushes a guy's windpipe for chewing too loud. The Ditz: Naru can be this at times, as can Kyouko. Doorstopper: At over 300,000 words, it is longer than the longest book and still incomplete. Even more amazing, most of that length is from the two most recent Harry Potter Story Arcs. Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male: Fujiwara is heavily implied to be regularly raped by Kuyou, and this is Played for Laughs. Embarrassing First Name: Sasaki's given name? . Zelda Everyone Calls Him Barkeep: Kyon's sister is always called Imouto, the Japanese word for "little sister" (though due to Rule of Funny, Imouto is often treated as being her actual name). In addition, TCCP and TSCP are short for The Computer Club President and The Student Council President, respectively. Even Evil Has Standards: After Haruhi utters a death threat to Imouto (after Haruhi was revealed to have been a total jerkass to her in the past):
Ultros: "I kinda agree with cheese-breath here. I'm against you, and even I agree that was out of line!" Everything's Better with Monkeys: Averted in the anniversary; they're Powerwilds. Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Some of the chapter titles are like this, especially the older ones which had several stories each. Expospeak Gag: Kuyou occasionally does this. Fan Nickname: Invoked. After their first appearances in the fic, the author started referring to the Computer Club President and the Student Council President as TCCP and TSCP, respectively, on the grounds of being easier to type. Also, the bespectacled boy whom Kyon saves in the seventh novel is called Four-Eyes here, because he is an exceedingly-minor character who doesn't get referred to by a name or nickname of any kind. Superstarultra and his friends wanted to be able to refer to the character in fan fiction, but did not want to come up with a name for him in case it got Jossed. Fate Worse than Death: Implied to happen to Fujiwara in Chapter 64. Also, Haruhi is threatened with having her pancreas pecked out by a Skarmory every day for months, surviving due to her god powers in the court case arc. Fortunately, this never happens. Faux Horrific: Chapter 59 is called "The Scariest Chapter Yet". It's the one that's a parody of 4Kids. Flanderization Haruhi, Kyon, Yuki, and Ryoko. Respectively, they've become a total Jerk Ass, a Deadpan Snarker, a Gamer Chick, and a Knife Nut. The amount of this varies from chapter to chapter. Sometimes there's none at all. And sometime the characters are derailed completely. And don't forget about poor K y o u k o... Flat "What.": Happens every now and then. Haruhi being crushed by a blimp, for example! Yuki's response to Ultros' reason for suing Haruhi. It's INCREDIBLY stupid. Follow the Leader: This fic has inspired some other crackfics, and was itself inspired by a fanfic titled Code Geass You Got LuluRolled. Forgot Flanders Could Do That: Chapter 84 begins with Fujiwara and Kyouko actually trying to get Kyon to join them and transfer Haruhi's powers to Sasaki. After so many chapters of Fujiwara completely neglecting his mission and Kyouko being a lovestruck idiot it can be kind of shocking to see them like this. However, bits of their Flanderized characterization still appear, such as Kyouko invoking Sasaki's name as if she were a deity when she's caught by surprise. Freudian Slip: Hermes' "Come on me" line from the court case arc (instead of "come with me"). Justified if you know the series. The Fundamentalist: Ryouko becomes a crazy cultist in Chapter 85. Gadgeteer Genius: Kyouko in the parody, surprisingly. Aqua Teen Hunger Force Gag Boobs: Mikuru. Gang Of Bullies: The Anti-SOS Brigade comes off as this when they're not being used as comic relief. Gratuitous Japanese: Fujiwara says the word pantsu once. Harem: Parodied in Chapter 75, among others. Hammerspace: Ritsu's skirt and Chupon's mouth in the court case arc. Hot-Blooded: Everyone in the pirate arc. Humans Are Cthulhu: In a Fourth-Wall breaking variation, in every chapter where superstarultra self-inserts himself into the fic, he refers to himself and his friends as demonic otherworldly creatures. From the perspective of the characters, who are fictional, this is absolutely true. They literally can't disobey him. Humanoid Abomination: Kuyou is revealed to be this in the latest chapter. Idiot Ball: Passed around throughout the court case arc. Incompatible Orientation: A Running Gag is made of Kyouko having an obvious crush on Sasaki, who will have none of it. Incredibly Lame Pun: Chapter 67's "The Melancholy of GWARuhi Suzumiya". Intercontinuity Crossover: Aside from the court case arc, there is also the pirate arc which crosses over with , and some more minor examples. Lucky Star Interspecies Romance: Fujiwara and Kuyou in the pirate arc, but not in the way you'd think. Jerkass: Haruhi, Oruki, Fujiwara, and Ryoko can be this. Kangaroo Court: There is an arc based on the concept. Lampshade Hanging: Played for laughs with the series. Lemony Narrator: In the Author's Notes, and every so often in the actual text. Let Us Never Speak of This Again: Taniguchi and Kunikida decide to do this in Chapter 31 after they learn that Itsuki is Kyonsexual. Lolicon: Haruhi, in Chapter 38. Itsuki, when he isn't Kyonsexual, falls into this. Made of Iron: The entire cast, but special mention goes to Haruhi for surviving being crushed by a blimp. And Kyouko for surviving getting thrown under the tracks of a trolley. Marshmallow Hell: Mikuru, twice. The first was in Alien VS Time-Traveler when she did it to Taniguchi when Yuki kicked her at him (unintentionally). The second was in the anniversary, when she nearly tried to kill Fujiwara this way in a battle. Medium Awareness: The entire cast. Mega Crossover: The court case arc. Mirror Universe: Chapter 85 features the arrival of an Evil Counterpart to the SOS Brigade from a photonegative universe. They team up with the Anti-SOS Brigade at first, but then turn on them. MST: Fujiwara does this to a recruitment video in chapter 84. MST3K Mantra: The characters get rather upset in-universe over idiotic plots and such. It counts as this because of the aforementioned Medium Awareness. Mukokuseki: The second short in Chapter 1 parodies this. My Friends... and Zoidberg: Emiri. Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Belome in the court case arc. He was only doing a good job as a judge because he was dealing with complete idiots, but when Yuki asks him what hitting his gavel would look like, he does so and clears Haruhi of all charges (see Disproportionate Retribution) on the spot. No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Occasionally. The Nondescript: Emiri again, except when she becomes emo. Noodle Implements: The fetish chapter, where Haruhi has a half-finished fanfic with all the things she wants to do to Imouto involving: whipped cream, a feather-duster, chocolate sauce, scented candles, strawberries, a watermelon, a chinchilla, a golf club, and half a quart of orange sherbet. The first half of that list seems fairly normal, but somewhere around the watermelon it starts to meander into this trope. "Not If They Enjoyed It" Rationalization: Brought up by Taniguchi in Chapter 71. Not-So-Harmless Villain: Emiri at the end of the Emo-ri arc. OC Stand In: Four-Eyes, in the court case arc, is actually a minor character from the novels who was not even given a name. It's a Downplayed Trope though, in that he is no more important here than he is in canon. Off the Rails: Chapter 81, written one year after the fic started, is quite possibly crazier than any chapter before or since. It's even the chapter title. Oh Crap: The arc. Silent Hill Oh Crap! There Are Fanfics of Us...: Chapter 34. Oh My Gods!: "OH, MERCIFUL SASAKI, I'VE KILLED HIM!" One of Us: Aside from the obvious fanfic writer thing, the author is a fan of several games, anime series, and is very familiar with TV Tropes. Only Sane Man: Usually Kyon, though the role tends to be filled by his sister, of all people, in his absence. Original Character: Subverted? Double Subverted? Whatever?? in that instead of creating any for himself, the author got permission to use the OCs of other fanfic authors in the fandom. Thus, Oruki and Naru come from by JonBob0008, Norio comes from Meet The Suzumiyas by nukerjsr, Mirai is from Broken Mosaics by Cha-Cha-Cheesecake, Mukuro is the creation of I Am The Future, Mirai Nagato 7MukuroRealm7 and shows up in all of his fics, and Takeo and Asami are a pair of OCs created by Mr Wang 330 but have not yet shown up in any of his fics. Note, however, that Four-Eyes is not an example, being merely a Fan Nickname for a minor character who has no name in canon. The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: The Anti-SOS Brigade. Ironically, in the arc that is a parody of several pirate series, they aren't evil, but eventually join the SOS Brigade's pirate crew at the very end. Right Now Montage: Chapter 80. Rule of Funny: Applies to many many things in the fic. Rule 34: Chapter 34. It's actually perfectly safe for work. Rule 63: Chapter 1. Done again, on a wider scale, in Chapter 26. Running Gag: Early on, Churuya and Ashakura would show up, claiming that Tsuruya and Ryoko, respectively, were their mothers. The concept hasn't been used very much recently... Ruthless Modern Pirates: Konata's crew in the pirate arc is this. to Haruhi's disgust. Haruhi:
"Don't feel sorry for me, Mikuru. Feel sorry for
! She's forgotten the pirate ways of old! Has a big, fancy, mechanical ship and everything... What kind of self-respecting pirate uses torpedoes?"
Satellite Character: Emiri. Taken Up to Eleven from the source material. Satire/Parody/Pastiche: In a whole lot of chapters. Schedule Slip: Subverted. Superstarultra still updates; he just prefers to separate his short chapters from his long ones these days. Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Tsuruya invokes this trope at least twice in this fic. Self Insert: Chapter 56. Ship Tease: Outright Lampshaded in Chapter 84. The character who is being shipped is not amused. Shout-Out: Chapter 27, the Anti-SOS Brigade's theme, uses Let's Fighting Love as the title theme song. The Silent Bob: Averted with Yuki, but until recently, this (sort of) described Kuyou, who rarely spoke, and when she did, it was in underscored text. Word of God says that she'll talk normally more often since the novel 10 preview came out. Single-Target Sexuality: Itsuki, to Kyon. Kyouko to Sasaki. Interestingly, this is the only pairing in the fic which is never contradicted by other chapters. Sliding Scale of Comedy and Horror: Some of the chapters, such as Chapter 71, are more scary than funny. It may be relevant that, in addition to being a comedic genius, superstarultra has also written some very good horror fanfics. Snap Back: Occasionally. For example, at the end of the AVTT arc, Tsuruya is pissed at Mikuru and Yuki. Next chapter, everything's fine and dandy. Subverted when some incidents like this are brought up again. Space Whale Aesop: At the end of Emo-ri:
A/N: Moral: "Always be nice to minor characters, kiddies. Otherwise, they may befriend the bad guys and help destroy the world." Spin-Off: Can basically be described as jokes that were too short to be expanded into Haruhi Rolled. Cracks in the SOS Dan. Stylistic Suck: Chapter 59, as well as every time there is a Story Within a Story. Sugar Bowl: Chapter 59. Take That: Chapter 59 to 4Kids Entertainment. Tastes Like Feet: Belome after licking people in the court case arc. Highlights include Fujiwara tasting like "burnt asshole". Thanks for the Mammary: Fujiwara to Kyouko and Sasaki in the Thanksgiving chapter. Hilarity Ensues. "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Once Mikuru has too much booze, she goes off on a tangent on why she hates the others so much. The Stinger: Every single chapter ends with "Review, Haruhi-worshippers! Your yellow ribbon-wearing goddess demands it!" Beginning with Chapter 56, this was altered to the page quote. The Ugly Barnacle: The anniversary chapter is set up to look like the eponymous fad from is the special itself. A few ellipses later, the aliens start complaining about it. Sponge Bob Square Pants This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: Whenever Yuki goes into her Scary Black Man mode from the abridged series. Those Two Guys: Nakagawa and Sakanaka, in Chapter 75. They then get unceremoniously killed off at the end of the chapter for having little to no impact on the series' plot. Throw-Away Country: In Chapter 85, Ryouko proposes to kick-start the Apocalypse by nuking Sweden or Asia. Superstarultra has friends from both places. Title Drop: From Chapter 9: Toilet Humor: Sometimes. Too Dumb to Live: Kyouko and occasionally Haruhi. Too Smart for Strangers: Imouto, but not, surprisingly, Miyoko. Troperiffic: The anniversary chapter. Trope Overdosed: A good chunk of tropes displayed on the page are from the court case arc and the anniversary chapter. Twist Ending: To the Emo-ri arc. Emiri joins the Anti-SOS Brigade because, other than Kyon, they were the only ones to ever be nice to her, and with her help, the Anti-SOS Brigade manages to completely destroy everyone in the SOS Brigade except for Kyon, whom Emiri spares. Unsuspectingly Soused: During Chapter 68, Emiri decides to liven up a sour Ryoko at a party by lacing her drink with a special type of data-program. Moments later, she is babbling about her misfortunes and even proceeds to make out with an equally-hammered Kyon. Up to Eleven: The anniversary chapter. Villain Chapter: Chapter 64 focuses on the Anti-SOS Brigade. Chapter 39 focuses on Sasaki exclusively. Chapter 84 has three Anti-SOS Brigade-centric stories one after another. Villains Out Shopping: The Anti-SOS Brigade almost literally do this in the second short of Chapter 84. Weaksauce Weakness: Towards the end of Chapter 81, the author is causing absolute chaos, having all the characters on the ropes. He is finally defeated by a hentai doujin, which squicks him out so much that he leaves of his own accord. White Void Room: The beginning of Chapter 81. Who's Laughing Now?: Emiri at the end of the Emo-ri arc. Word Salad Humor: Often. Zombie Apocalypse: Chapter 49.