Synopsis: The only thing more surprising than Turbo's King Candybug regeneration is meeting his past face-to-face when the Turbo Twins suddenly show up in Sugar Rush, racing after hours on the outlying tracks. Desperate to race again himself, Turbo enlists the help of old friends to repair his code and return to his original avatar before the rest of the arcade discovers he's still alive.
Synopsis: With the coming of Sugar Rush 2, Mr. Litwak buys two new surge protectors to replace his now 31 year old one, as he had no more room to plug in the new game. Due to a mess up on Felix's part, both he and Ralph lose their memory, and are initially split from the others. There is an old threat lurking in the arcade as well.
Synopsis: Ralph claims that he's always hated chocolate . . . but that isn't entirely true. It wasn't until the date of February 14th, 1988, that he lost his taste for the sweet stuff permanently . . . and Felix is the only one who knows the real reason why.
Synopsis: On his dying breath, Turbo uses his data to try and finish off the girl who ruined everything. If only Felix hadn't accidentally taken the virus instead. Oneshot, no happy ending. Core four relations.
Synopsis: When Sugar Rush suddenly vanishes from the arcade, Ralph blames himself & vows to restore things to the way they were, which may involve taking care of the new game that's taken Vanellope's place. Meanwhile, the citizens of Sugar Rush find themselves under programmatic attack at the hands of a computer graphics graduate. Vanellope and her friends may never be the same...
Synopsis: A collection of various poems inspired by the world of Wreck-It Ralph. Most focus around Ralph, but Vanellope and King Candy are touched upon as well. Poems are spoiler-free unless otherwise indicated.
Synopsis: One night, Turbo went to bed in frustration, wondering what he could possibly do about that Road Blasters game. When he woke up, thirty years had passed. He was told that he'd nearly died when Turbo Time was unplugged and had now been reformatted for use in a new game called Sugar Rush...but people are treating him strangely, and he feels like there's something he can't remember...
Synopsis: After Fix-It Felix Jr. gets unplugged and everyone moves to Sugar Rush, Ralph's strength and temper does more harm than good. His belief that he's okay as he is gets weakened even more when his replacement shows up and tries to do what he couldn't; change herself for the better.
Synopsis: Emotions, personalities, and what we choose to do with our life is what makes us who we are. Our past and our future does as well. Who we choose to be and whether or not we take the role as the villain or the hero in this game are all our choices to make. The question is, will we make the right one?
Synopsis: Before Turbo's takeover, Sugar Rush had been a brand new game, only just plugged in and ready to be played. But when a disheartened Sour Bill meets an ailing stranger who offers him what he wants most in exchange for help, the stage is set for a new ruler to come to power.
Synopsis: When it was all said and done, Vanellope von Schweetz wasn't the only racer to benefit from Sugar Rush's reset. A look into the lives of former palette swaps, imported characters and the secrets hidden in their world's programming.
Synopsis: When a diplomatic visit to a new "game" turns into a one-way ticket out of the arcade, it's beginning to look like curiosity's killed the Vanellope. It's up to the rest of the gang, plus a newly-unlocked playable character, to come to the rescue.
Synopsis: My Hero: Real World, AU. When Ralph decides he wants to have a child in his life,he had no idea how much his life would change. He adopts a little girl, Vanellope. The story follows the events that come afterwards, and even before. There's some Hero's Cuties, and some Sugar Rush racers drama as well.
Synopsis: A mysterious virus breaks out in the arcade. It quickly spreads throughout it, affecting the characters to their very codes; and the only way to stop it threatens to make them forget everything they have all worked for.
Synopsis: After his volcanic death, Turbo awakens to find himself back in TurboTime, the year 1987. Will he make the same choices in life that he did before, or will he embark on a completely different path?
Synopsis: Felix and Calhoun were perhaps the most unusual of the arcade's couples. No one would expect them to fall in love, least of all themselves. In these oneshots, they come together and step out of their programmed comfort zones-as strangers, tentative lovers and even Litwak's oddest of marriages.
Synopsis: His life had changed. He had things that for years he'd only dreamed of having; a real home, a place on top of the cake, and most of all, a best friend. But there was still one thing he didn't have, one thing he still dreamed about. A new game appears in the arcade, and Ralph thinks he may have found what he was looking for - but if he has, will he be able to handle it?
Synopsis: As Ralph continues to accept his role as a villain and his changed life, he can't seem to fight back that sense of loneliness he's grown to live with. A new character introduced to the arcade may help close that gap—that is, if he can get over her quirkiness.
Synopsis: Felix decides to ask Calhoun the all important question...and then the wedding planning starts. This is the journey Felix and Tamora take, with help from Ralph and Vanellope, from the proposal to their wedding day.
Synopsis: Vanellope von Schweet's years of being an outcast are over now that she and Ralph defeated King Candy and made her president. Now she has friends and, little known to her, the interest of certain racer. I do not own "Wreck-It Ralph" or it's characters. Rated T for later chapters.
Synopsis: A year after Ralph's game jumping adventure, Litwak decides that it's time to revamp the arcade and upgrades several of his most popular games. The Core Four seems to be adjusting well to the changes on their lives, until Vanellope's (new) older sister and queen of Sugar Rush 2 introduces herself as the game's new Bad Guy. Will she mean trouble?
Synopsis: Car crashes are common in racing. Most of the times, the drivers make it out with only bruises. But their friends always have that horrible thought in the back of their mind-"What happens when they don't get out of the car?". That was what was going through Vanellope's mind as Rancis's car came to a screeching halt in front of her eyes. Dedicated to Dale "The Intimidator" Earnhardt.
Synopsis: A new combat game arrives at Litwak's, one that features a blind but determined character named Nora Sparks, a champion fighter. From the moment her game is plugged in, Nora can only see everything through sounds and vibrations. She's not bitter, or at least she tries not to be. She might have learned to cope with it in peace, if she didn't have the misfortune of falling in love.
Synopsis: Ralph doesn't like the idea of Rancis and Vanellope liking each other, dating, or anything of the sort. But if it makes them happy, will he just have to accept the fact for their sake? **Set after movie**
Synopsis: Vanellope's duties as President of Sugar Rush has clouded her free time with her loveable wrecker. After a year and a half of separation, Ralph discovers the meaning behind all the chaos. With a Sugar Rush upgrade, the whole team is thrown into the whirlwind of the mysteries of Sugar Rush. With a new, budding love, Ralph and Vanellope learn that sticking together is their best bet.
Pairings: Ralph/Adult!Vanellope, Felix/Calhoun eventual (Rancis/Taffyta), and Gloyd/Candlehead
Synopsis: A Wreck-It Ralph and Kingdom Hearts crossover. Set post KH2, before Re:Coded. Intersecting post-movie for Ralph. King Mickey has detected some strange sign of Darkness from a closed datascape in another world. Sora is sent to go investigate as to who put the Heartless in this place, as they do not appear naturally in data. It also happens to be an arcade with his favorite games.