"Unseen worlds lie outside the reality which we live, existing in realms far beyond our own imagination. Each of these worlds are organized into parallel dimensions or universes - places that spawn from our own creativty."
— From The Best of the Best
Planet Ilion, capital of the Galactic Senate
Omniverse GC is a large Science FictionShared Universe wiki taking place in a collection of original universes founded on March 13, 2012. The wiki incorporates a good degree of hard science fiction. Most of the wiki's stories take place in the Omni 01 universe particularly revolving around the affairs of the galaxy-spanning alliance of superpowers known as the Galactic Senate. Originating in 2009 as part of the Spore Wiki Fiction Universe, three years later it would break off into an entirely different series of its own and having very little to do with Spore. Because of this, both wikis share many similarities in style and setting, though Omniverse GC tends to focus more on professionalism. Anyone can contribute to the wiki, though new writers are required to create a pitch showcasing what they plan to write.After its first year anniversary, the series received numerous reboots in an attempt to fix some long standing problems including the use of numerous Dicredited Tropes.Omniverse GC is located here.There are still many more stories in Omniverse GC, varying in style and size.Here is a list of the characters from Omniverse GC.Here is a list of shout outs in Omniverse GC.Omniverse GC contains examples of the following:
Author Appeal - More often than not, factions are often modeled after the belief systems and ideals of the user who created it. For balancing, the more experienced users will often create other factions which serve as foils.
Beauty Equals Goodness - Naturally averted when most aliens are modeled after monstrous/animalistic creatures.
Creator Backlash - After the near-completion of one of Dark Prophecy's drafts, a scathing self-review was posted by one of its main authors - the main criticisms being the numerous use of pet peeve tropes.
Early Installment Weirdness - Some of the wiki's earliest stories alluded greatly to typical fantasy tropes and had characters that were not so intelligent, a stark contrast to the more realistic style the wiki became after the retcons.
Follow the Leader - It is not uncommon for new users to create civilizations that have remarkable similarities to those that have been around since the beginning.
Call a Smeerp a "Rabbit" - Some of Ucharpli's native fauna share the same names as Earth creatures. Also, some creatures from Delse (IE: the Sevritulin and Kralikov) have nicknames containing Earth creature names (Vorpal Mantis and Saberback Salamander respectively).
Cast from Hit Points - Maj works by drawing energy from an object. Majites will draw energy from themselves and can potentially pass out if overused.
Conlang - The languages of Yallvus Talk and Luuschtuntski have articles which explain grammar structure and list common vocabulary, including swear words.
Villain Has A Point - The Harbingers are intiailly portrayed as typical omnicidal maniacs, but their true purpose was to protect the universe from interference of forces that were too powerful to exist in Omni 01.
You Cannot Grasp the True Form - The home dimension of the Titans known as the Hub, though it appears as the Milky Way's galactic core. Mortals are unable to comprehend its existence and therefore cannot enter it.
Acrofatic - To a lesser extent. Female Vaikan are pudgy, yet still very agile.
Animesque - Vaikan are drawn in this style. Justified in that they actually look like that.
Big Eater - Often associated with their meal customs.
Bizarre Alien Biology - While rather humanoid on the outside, their internal anatomy is completely different from that of a human's.
Lighter and Softer - The Vaikan were originally genocidal maniacally dragon-like creatures. They've now become cutesy, plush doll-like creatures.
Author Filibuster - In The Final Confrontation, Etah preaches how much better chaos is than order. The segment was later removed.
Beethoven Was an Alien Spy - Previous drafts had other civilizations inspiring Earth's cultures in the ancient past. Later averted for continuity purposes.
The Milky Way Is the Only Way - In the earliest drafts, ships could travel throughout the Milky Way Galaxy within hours, yet going into another galaxy remained impossible. When other galaxies were introduced to make more room, naturally, this trope got averted.