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International Academy Of Hetalia Fan Fiction
Remember The Official Fanfiction University of Middle-Earth? Well, this one is a Hetalia version.

International Academy of Hetalia Fanfiction (or IAHF as it's commonly known as) is a fanfiction about - what else? - an Official Fanfiction University run by the Axis Powers Hetalia cast, with their course coordinator being British Diplomat Hugh Fraser/Former USUK lovechild Allen Clark/Kirkland-Jones.

This series provides examples of:

  • All Gays Are Promiscuous: Charlie Tenterden, Taylor Drews-Garcia, and Megan
  • All There in the Manual: Most of the fanstudents have backstories, interests and whatnot never addressed in the main story, but in their applications.
  • Ascended Extra: A good chunk of the cast. Workbitch Bartholomew, Kriss Kross, and Merka Breigher are early examples of this.
  • A Threesome Is Hot: Charlie Tenterden, Taylor Drews-Garcia, and Megan.
  • Attempted Rape: References to Francis drugging and having his way with faculty and students are frequently made, but that is mostly Played for Laughs. Though in the third semester, Mighty Major J attempts to sexually assault Jennifer Chang but is lured away by a pair of Mary Sues. The aftermath deals with the issue pretty seriously.
  • Author Avatar: Plenty, the main one being Jennifer Chang.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Abounding.
  • Bi the Way: Kriss Kross and Megan. According to Word of God Merka Breigher would fit this as well, though she refers to herself as a Lesbian in the story.
  • The Bro Code: Jennifer Chang is vocally unhappy when Merka Breigher and Kriss Kross show a great deal of interest in her ex-boyfriend, Alexander Morris. It only gets worse when Kriss and Alexander do end up dating.
    • At one point when Taylor Drews-Garcia joking suggests persuing Hugh Fraser, Charlie Tenterden throws a fit.
  • But Not Too Bi: Almost every Bisexual character in the story.
  • Camp Gay: Charlie Tenderden somewhat subverts this as he is actually bisexual and has a fairly active sex life.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Charlie Tenderden towards Hugh Fraser.
  • Dances and Balls: Literally every time there is a dance.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Ursula Klevin.
  • Death by Childbirth: Somewhat averted with Takara, who died due to the injuries she suffered just before giving birth.
  • Death Is Cheap: Characters are regularly resurrected rendering death not all that big a deal, to the point where teachers will sometimes kill off students out of boredom.
  • Demoted to Extra: Pretty unavoidable due to the large cast. Most apparent with the transition to the sequel with characters like Kitty Smith, Mighty Major J, and Faye Markus only appearing in cameo roles.
  • Drowning My Sorrows: Lucia Verdas during the second semester.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Charlie Tenterden.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Hugh Fraser and Alexander Morris.
  • Everyone Is Gay: Even characters classified at straight seem to hook up with members of the same sex. Lampshaded in Chapter 48 when Andy Kirk criticizes Kitty Smith for taking bets on "which guy would come out of the closet next".
    "Hey, hey. Not every single guy at this school is gay, okay?" snapped Andy. "That falls under the same assumptions that you fangirls use for the Hetalia characters themselves."
  • Fangirl: Made of this.
  • Fish out of Water: Lucas Arch and Faye Markus.
  • Friends with Benefits: Megan and just about everyone.
    • Andy Kirk and Sara Parker seem to have this type of relationship at the end of the first story and during the beginning of the second, though its heavily implied that at least on Andy's end there is some romantic interest.
  • Full-Name Basis: Usually a necessity due to the large cast.
  • Go Seduce My Arch Nemesis: Lucas Arch is sent to seduce Dirk to get information.
  • Growing the Beard: The IAHF, for the first few chapters of its existence, very closely resembled the OFUM in both writing style and jokes, but was able to become its own thing by the second semester.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Peter Hawthorne, in his first appearances.
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager: Made of this.
  • Hot for Student: Jennifer Chang and Workbitch Bartholomew.
  • I Can't Believe a Guy Like You Would Notice Me: Jennifer Chang and Workbitch Bartholomew. Reversed with Peter Hawthorne and Lila Kirk.
  • Incompatible Orientation: Franklin Livingston and Carolina Brown.
  • Killed Off for Real: Because Death Is Cheap, this trope is relatively rare aside from Mary Sues that no one cares about. Only Takara and a handful of Historical Characters fit this trope. Also, Sparkles Mc Desu could fit this trope if the characters choose not to revive her later.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Merka Breigher to Lucia Verdas during the second semester.
  • Meddling Parents: Jennifer Chang's parents are described as fitting this trope, causing massive self-esteem issues.
  • Miss Conception: Takara
  • Odd Friendship: Jennifer Chang and Megan.
    • Taken to a new level in the sequel with Peter Hawthorne, Lila Kirk, Ursula Klevins, and Kira Panda Starz - to the point where they're nicknamed "The Oddballs".
  • One Steve Limit: Averted, due to the overwhelming amount of Alexes and Andrews in the school.
    • Lampshaded in chaper 52, where Megan screams "EXACTLY HOW MANY ANDREWS ARE THERE IN THIS SCHOOL?"
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Jennifer "Merka" Breigher and Andrew "Andy" Kirk.
  • Only One Name: Takara, Megan, and a handful of other characters
  • Our Angels Are Different: Considering that all the Angels in IAHF were submitted by different users, this trope was pretty unavoidable.
  • Really Gets Around: Megan is this trope. She even has a sticker chart tracking everyone she's slept with.
  • Relationship Upgrade: Merka Breigher and Kriss Kross in the first story, Peter Hawthorne and Lila Kirk in the second.
  • Right Through the Wall: Jennifer Chang briefly leaves her room and returns to Megan and Lucia Verdas having sex under the sheets.
  • Second Face Smoke: Andy Kirk. He takes it too the next level by actually burning people with the cigarettes as well if they get on his nerves.
  • School Newspaper News Hound: Shinbun-kun
  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Peter Hawthorne and Lila Kirk early in the second story.
  • Shipper on Deck: Aside from the obvious, there seem to be a large number of characters who ship Jennifer Chang and Workbitch Bartholomew and later on Peter Hawthorne and Lila Kirk.
    • Kitty Smith and Anita Khok are basically living versions of this trope.
  • Shout-Out: So. Many.
    • Scandinavia and the World: During a story arc in the second semester, several characters were transported to and stuck at the school. Several other references are made elsewhere in the series.
    • Afganisu-tan: During a story arc in the second semester, several characters were transported to and stuck at the school.
    • Harry Potter: During a story arc in the second semester, Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, and Draco Malfoy were transported to and stuck at the school. Several other references are made elsewhere in the series.
    • Inception: During a story arc in the second semester, Arthur, Ariadne, and Eames were transported and stuck at the school. Several other references are made elsewhere in the series.
    • Black Butler: During a story arc in the second semester, Sebastian Michaelis and Grell Sutcliffe were transported to and stuck at the school. Several other references are made elsewhere in the series.
    • Twilight: Frequently used as an example of poor characterization in writing. The series leads are both killed graphically more than once.
    • Homestuck: One of the minor characters, Shoste Thermo, is a Homestuck troll, and tensions between the two fandoms have prompted a possible seminar on the subject
    • Other Fanfiction Universities
    • Protectors of the Plot Continuum
    • Several other passing references are made, including Doctor Who, Good Omens, The Lord of the Rings, Moulin Rouge!, and The Phantom of the Opera.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Aloisio Guerra shows shades of this with Karen Du Lay, made all the more ironic because she fits the trope with her obsession with Ludwig Beilschmidt.
  • Strawman Political: The author tends to do this sparingly, to make a point; giving one character a radically different opinion than the rest of the cast and the author, so that they can be chastised for it. Examples are victim blaming and America's feelings towards marijuana.
  • Suddenly Sexuality: Several Yaoi Fangirls who initially only show interest in the opposite sex are later paired up in lesbian relationships, most notably Kriss Kross and Merka Breigher. Many male characters initially established as straight enter gay relationships off-screen that are revealed at some point later on, most notably Mike Hawk.
  • The Alcoholic: Sara Parker
  • The Fundamentalist: Faye Markus
  • Yandere: Alexandra Bonnefoy
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