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[1] Educando A Nina Happy Birthday, Nyx is a fanfiction by Jus Sonic, taking place in his version of the My Little Pony Friendship is Magic universe.

Following on from Curse of The Demon Pony and Ben's First Day, Twilight decides to throw Nyx a birthday party. However, she decides on a date that is only a few days away, which puts pressure on everyone. Elsewhere, a mysterious creature crash lands in Fluttershy's garden...

  • Actor Allusion: Jus Sonic's "cast list" features Matt Smith playing Doctor Whooves. Matt Smith, at the time of the fanfic's writing, was the then-current actor to play the Doctor in Doctor Who.
  • Birthday Episode: The fic centres around organising and celebrating Nyx's birthday.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Pinkie Pie mentions that they are getting a third season.
  • Character Exaggeration: Pinkie's fouth wall breaking behaviour. While she has demonstrated cartoonish behaviour in the television series, she has never directly referenced the fact thay they are in a television programme divided into seasons.
  • Continuity Nod:
    • Diamond Tiara is still grounded following the events of Ben's First Day.
    • Big Mac mentions the events of "Read it and Weep" when the Cutie Mark Crusaders spread gossip about everyone in Ponyville and consequently earnt the ire of everyone.
  • Deus ex Machina: Derpy wrecks Nyx's party inside Applejack's barn, only for everything to be restored thanks to an instant party potion she was taking from Zecora.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Shining Armor is seen to possess a book on "Crystal Ponies", a reference to the then-upcoming third season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic.
  • Easily Forgiven: The Cutie Mark Crusaders break and enter and are told off by Applejack, only for her to be told off by Big Mac saying that is acting no better than when she was giving the CMC the cold shoulder in "Read it and Weep". Big Mac forgives the CMC for breaking and entering.
  • Hypocrite: Big Mac compares Applejack telling off the Cutie Mark Crusaders for the way she acted toward them after they spread rumours about everyone in "Read it and Weep". Big Mac has no right to call her out for this as he too wanted nothing to do with the CMC after their behaviour in that episode.
  • Shout-Out:
    • The pony authors who decide to write Nyx's life story for her birthday were named after a pair of fanfic writers on Deviantart.
    • Nyx comments that "Past Sins" would be a good name for a book. Past Sins was the fanfic where Nyx originated from, and she also gets a book entitled "Past Sins" for her birthday.
    • At one point, the mysterious creature Fluttershy takes in looks at a storybook of The Ugly Duckling. This is based on a similar scene in Lilo and Stitch. It also does not help that the creature, like Stitch, is from outer space.
    • Rainbow Dash's present to Nyx is a pair of "Dasheresque" sunglasses, a reference to the another of the author's fanfics.

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[A good number of these names are subject to change. I'm terrible at naming characters.]

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Main Characters

    Lizzeel 

So this is where the next mission is? Cool... but... a little unnerving...

A cell-genic (basically picture a very mild form of Alucard-styled vampires) woman who actually has no idea what she's doing.

    HRT-9/"Ninthee" 

Love! By anyone, and for everyone!

A "whispbot" legally considered sapient enough to marry, and part of an infinite line of which.

  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Keeps Fan/Water's fighting-"set" tradition of having at least one fighter heavily based on summoners. She has a seperate gauge of
  • Ms. Fanservice: Especially if harems and Cute Monster Girls are your thing — she has an infinite line of themnote , and is otherwise an over-the-top and ridiculous parody example. Her fighting style involves panty shots galorenote  — hell, her whole skirt flips over completely for several attacks and stays that way until flipped back. Her "werecat" costume is just her naked with cat ears, a tail, and fur barely over her chest (not present in the uncensored option) and between her legs, and the latter flat-out resembles pubic hair for her female self and has a suggestive lenthy "growth" for the male option. Also, Like Lizzeel, she's a Walking Shirtless Scene in the uncensored vesion.
  • Palette Swap: Averted, likely due to issues with her other HRT units given how they are close to being palette swaps of her. She's the only character whose alternate schemes are not recolors of herself or her outfit — she has different costumes entirely, though each costume does have a different primary color, so they're still color-coded in a way.
  • Purely Aesthetic Gender: Her male and female forms are barely any different, and this goes for the other HRT units. Their outfits are absolutely identical, they show the exact same amount of skin, and even have pretty similar builds. They play identically
  • Sex Shifting: She can do this, which is why she's the only non-guest fighter who can pick an alternate gender form.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Her male option also goes around in skirts, or whatevr given outfit was picked.

    Eldbrash 

Listen, trying to fight me is like trying to go on a river with a waterfall. You're going to hit the ground. Hard.

  • Genius Bruiser: He's probably the smartest of the main four, yet clearly has the most muscle and
  • Last of His Kind: One of the few remaining members of his species.

    Brad 

At your doorstep, seconds after you call! ...Not in the creepy stalker way.

  • Badass Normal: Has no magic at all, and his "magic" meter is really just weapon energy. Every tool and "power" he has is from his utility belt, which he made completely by himself.
  • Token Human: Of his group. He does not appear to be such at a first glance, as the rest of his party members are humanoid. However, they actually are — in order of appearance — a sort of ghoul-like regenerative being, a nature robot (try not to think too hard about this seeming oxymoron), and a water spirit.

    Other HRT Units 

  • Story-Breaker Power: The fact that there is an infinite amount of them would normally trivialize the plot. Which is why they can only really be out swapping between one body at a time. (Two counting Ninthee's permanent body.)

The Group

    In General 

  • Shout-Out:
    • Their "color names" are also named after the "boss areas" in Paper Mario: Color Splashnote .

    Useless Bob 

The Sunset Annoyance

A guard that tries to aim for Boring but Practical yet fails at even that. He's considered a massive annoyance to all fellow Group members, to the point where Handzzzz actually considers a normal conversation with him to be torture to use on the enemy.

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  • Biscuits
    • With gravy!

    Jib Rebecchi 

The Crimson Heel

A man who had single-handedly discovered the art of Rage Mode/Ticked the Heck Off (latter abbreviated TTHO, pronounced the same as "though") Mode. He passed this move on to his brother Tomward. Not long after, however, he ended up over-exerting it in order to help save a burning bus of orphans surrounded by a tornado of sharks (if you're having trouble picturing this, his Arcade mode cutscenes do a pretty good job at showing exactly how this is possible), which ended up burning away most of his arms. Meh. He was training to use his legs for everything anyway.

Even while not in TTHO Mode, Jib still demonstrates super strength, although he isn't as bothered with a sand grain in his shoe so, unlike Tomward, he has no intermediate form. As the newest to join The Group, he's stuck with the misfortune of being with Useless Bob as a partner.

  • Expy: Believe it or not, of... Jib. Specifically, an old plan from a scrapped intentionally-poorly made comic titled Ed, Edd n Eddy's Awesome Edventures, which was cut when Water decided to put his major Stylistic Suck works to a close. He even shares his first name. The last name actually comes from Toadfish and Stonefish of Neighbours, which has something to do with Bart The General.
  • Glass Cannon: He has pretty terrible defense and health, but he's damage-by-damage one of the strongest characters on the roster.
  • Handicapped Badass: Lost his arms through power overuse, but he can still easily kick your ass.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: Good guy in the flashbacks, slowly turned sour... then gets sense knocked into him at his boss fight in World 2. This is taken to parody levels the further the game gets into his backstory, as he's apparently been flip-flopping for most of his recent-life.
  • Heroic R.R.O.D.: Overuse of TTHO basically caused his arms to burn away to stumps.
  • One-Hit-Point Wonder: What he quickly becomes after entering TTHO mode, which is based on how the Naruto Clash of Ninja games handled the Eight Gates system. His health drains until he only has one hit point left, and it stays at that. The whole time, however, he gets a massive boost in power. Both of these happen at a much quicker rate than Tomward's version.
  • Smoke Out: He has trained himself since a young age to be able to see through the smoke left by his... well, smoke bombs, so he's a master at using this in battle. However, given that it's pretty hard to repliace one person being able to see clearly while the other isn't in a fighting game, in-game all players involved in the smoke appear as hazy sillhouettes while the person hit by him is stunned due to coughing.

    Vote for the Free Ice Cream for Everybody Man (Born Dimminwood Smallink) 

The Cobalt Lumberjack

Yes, he got his name legally changed to the former. An ex-presidential nominee (he never bothered to change his name back)

  • Expy: Of Dink Smallwood — or, rather, his M.U.G.E.N portrayal courtesy of The_None. He also takes cues from Joel's presidential avatar, Fuck Freedom Cheeseburger Man (AKA Cheeseburger Freedom Man).
  • Nonstandard Character Design: He looks like considerably less effort was put into his design than anyone else's, reflecting the Most_Mysterious-era MS Paint-looking creations of The_None. (Given how the game's graphics already kind of look like stylized MS Paint, this was a given.)

     

The Emerald Playboy

A demon from Hell with a triad of winged skeletons that practically worship him.

  • Fan Disservice: He's basically a green Homer Simpson in a speedo. His "portal" move leaves him lying in a Ready for Lovemaking pose asking if you're jealous that you're not sleeping with him.
  • Large Ham: Skeleton #2. "WE'RE DEMONS FROM HELLLLLLL..."
  • Mr. Fanservice: Parodied in a sort-of opposite manner from Ninthee. He's considered an absolute sex-god (er, demon) by everyone in-universe, except that he's clearly given a gross design and an obnoxious personality to match.
  • Shout-Out: Another Vinesauce reference — to a video e-mailed to Joel that he talks about during his Super Mario 64 Genesis bootleg stream.

     

The Violet Fortune

    Hendricks Billiam "Bill" Banks AKA "Bank Bill" 

The Golden Monarch

  • Expy: Dear lord, he's so Hank Hill it hurts. [...] He's even the "monarch of a rise in land" — a literal king of the hill.

    Dr. Handzzzz 

The Cosmic Fist

A quantum scientist that aims to take over the world, just in a "subtle," "elegant" manner. He has pretty loose standards for either of those two quoted words.

  • Giant Hands of Doom: Specifically, he's an Affectionate Parody of Nintendo's habit of using boss battles with this gimmick. Namely, his final form is... just a massive hand. And that's it.

Allies

    Tomward Rebecchi 

  • Does Not Like Shoes: Well, he does... unless there's a grain of sand in them. Then, when entering his flat-out TTHO mode, he makes his shoes explode out from the initial blast.
  • Expy:
    • Of Ed. Both are large Cloudcuckoolander with an "invisible" friend named Jib and can get really pissed off when there's something in his shoe.
    • Again, TTHO involves the skin turning red, have buldging veins, and the eyes becoming blank white. It's also a Dangerous Forbidden Technique. Much like opening the Eight Gates.

Guest Fighters

    The Liberator 


"Hey Homer, I'm your fucking nightmare if you don't like Toadfish."

    Possible "Chapter" Split 

I liked the idea of both visiting the more "nature-based" environment regions in the area based on visible light — and, you know, run:gifocalypse-reimagining and all. But I also did not want the other continents to go to waste. Nor try to think of saving each and every continent for a "sequel." So... each sector can be its own "level," and each continent would be a sort of "chapter" — except Vista (visible light), which is visited in chunks throughout.

If I already have the names of the major locations memorized, I'll put them after a slash of the general color area. Otherwise, it's just the color area. (Vista) indicates a return to that continent, if it doesn't say that in parenthesis, then the area is obviously... part of the continent mentioned.

This is just a loose example. Generally, of the Vista locations, I'd want the green sector first for a number of reasons. (Most of them have to do with run:gifocalypse/Gravity Falls.) Because of the supernature backdrop, the yellow area feels more suited to being near the end. The chartreuse area should probably be near the end because the "floating islands associated with the element of light" felt like an endgame-ish region. The white and black should be near the end because of being neutral colors, being the last two non-final areas in RG, and generally feeling right. (A "not-Heaven" area and a tough, hardcore weapons factory.) The rest... no idea.

Prolougue:
  • Dekstop (Vista)

Chapter 1 — Infrared Continent:
  • Green Sector/Force Forest (Vista)
  • Red & White Sector (Red Portion)/Cutie-in Mountains (Vista)
  • Blue Sector/Myuda (Vista) — Olivia and Carlson get sails, and thus can go through the Open Ocean to the "Infrared" continent
  • I. Area 1
  • I. Area 2
  • I. Area 3
  • I. Area 4 (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 1)

Chapter 2 — Microwave Continent:
  • Spring Green Sector/Ausoon (Vista)
  • Orange Sector (Vista) — Olivia and Carlson get... something heat-related maybe, for the "Microwave" continent
  • M. Area 1
  • M. Area 2
  • M. Area 3
  • M. Area 4
  • M. Area 5 (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 2)

Chapter 3 — Radio Continent:
  • Magenta Sector (Vista)
  • Azure Sector (Vista) — Upgrade here involves sound and radio wave... conversions, or something like that, in order to get a key code to opening the main dock for the planet's largest continent
  • R. Area 1
  • R. Area 2
  • R. Area 3
  • R. Area 4
  • R. Area 5
  • R. Area 6/Center (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 3)

Chapter 4 — Ultraviolet Continent:
  • Violet Sector (Vista)
  • Rose Sector (Vista) — Upgrade involving using colors to see the invisible, making the safest path for U. Continent more obvious?
  • U. Area 1
  • U. Area 2
  • U. Area 3 (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 4)

Chapter 5 — X-Ray Continent:
  • Cyan Sector (Vista)
  • Yellow Sector (Vista) — "Supernatural-busting" rewards Olivia and Carlson with pass to X. Continenet?
  • X. Area 1
  • X. Area 2
  • X. Area 3
  • X. Area 4 (more vertical travel is involved, explaining the larger size) (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 5)

Chapter 6 — Gamma Continent:
  • Chartreuse Sector — Olivia and Carlson get the highest radiation suits, enabling them to go to the "Gamma" continent to fix the radiation leak
  • G. Area 1
  • G. Area 2
  • G. Area 3
  • G. Area 4
  • G. Area 5 (Even more vertical travel to explain the major areas) (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 6)

Chapter 7 — Ocean Depths:
  • Red & White Sector (White Portion)/Cutie-in Mountains (Vista) — Cryptic ice-Charge gives you stuff for dealing with the whirlpools in the Open Ocean
  • First Depth Layer
  • Second Depth Layer
  • Third Depth Layer
  • Fourth Depth Layer
  • Fifth Depth Layer
  • Seabed/Seagrave (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 7)

Chapter 8 — Thermosphere:
  • Black Sector (Vista) — Not-Dove gives you tools needed to head up to the sky
  • Thermosphere Area Entrance
  • Infinity Amusement Park, Outer Shell
  • Infinity Amusement Park, Inner Maintenance
  • Amusement Park Core — Come Across Not-Gifs, but she runs off to Labostoep after her fight
  • Labostoep (Vista) — Battle against Kristie (Technically classed as Non-Emazh Monster Boss 8)
  • Core of the planet (Vista? Not the Thermosphere, at least) — Final boss against Golden if certain conditions are met (Non-Emazh Monster Boss 9?)
  • OR stay in Labostoep and go against some other final boss, I don't know (N-E MB 9? 10?)

Labostoep itself is basically full of extremely tall buildings that are decorated with neon-outline lights at night and overall should have an atmosphere that screams "You're almost at the end, but not quite." The area Kristie is fought is the highest explorable area in the entire game — it even steps into the borders of the thermosphere "continenet."

  • After beating Myunda, you get a sail boat and access to the Open Ocean, which — in complete contrast to the entire rest of the game, mind younote  — is absolutely empty aside from an occasional Emazh here and there. Early in the game, you actually find out that the lower depths are considered their own sort-of "continenet" and quite populated with a warm atmosphere, but you'd have to go really deep down to actually find that. (And you do not until the second-to-last "chapter" in the game, not counting visiting the areas out of order.) Just about every single one of the enemies save for pirate Emazhes and Camera Snappers are absolutely gigantic, but those are horrible in their own ways.
    • And god help you if you set sail at night, or night falls while sailing. Not only are your characters almost pitch-black despite the night sky, the enemy spawn rate goes up,
    • MammolithsOOC . Remember Wind Waker-styled Big Octos? Well, take that, change it from a Giant Squid to a bizarre sea mammoth-monolith hybrid, and make them roughly four-five times bigger. These things are screen-filling monsters and the absolute second biggest animal-like organism in the gamenote , only behind the Golden. They come out
    • Fake Islands. Basically, you see an island, try to sail to it, and then find that it's actually a giant head that rises partway from the water and attempts to suck you in. If you kill it, the head part does drop down and it becomes a "real island," but still.

  • Most Wonderful Sound:
    • Out of context, the jingle for the Ocean Shop would actually be pretty annoying. However, given that you're smack-dab in the middle of empty, ocean Daylight Horror (or plain ol' night horror if you don't want to wait for day, just ran out of time, or some other reason) and said shop often contains really powerful items or recruits, then... well...
    • The wave crash-like sound of a recruited Emazh becoming Charged, especially if it's a major character. Especially if it's Olivia — congrats, through various level grinding and brutal bonus zones, you effectively derailed her character arc and now you're off on an adventure for entirely different reasons.

Spooks/Pikmin:
  • Most enemies in the game leave ghosts behind when they die. The Waterwraith does not. The chances of this being unintentional are very slim.
  • Consider that throughout the series, practically every enemy that's beaten is killed. Complete with a little ghost coming from them in most cases. Granted, creatures like Honeywisps and their expies, Nectarous Dandelflies, simply leave after being hit. But this is a hostile entity that can actually take a beating... and it is unambiguously the only such hostile creature that can not be killed. There's some very off about a game where most powerful beasts still end up dead having a final boss that is, for all intents and purposes, immortal.

Inspired by: Akron from Epic Battle Fantasy 3, Photoshop Flowey from Undertale, the Granzeboma from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, various works of Paul Robertson (.GIFfany's designer), and Tabuu from Super Smash Bros.

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Vinesauce Joel
  • Race For the White House:
    • His character is Fuck Freedom Cheeseburger Man. "Fuck" is his first name, "Freedom Cheeseburger Man" is his last name. He is running for the McDonalds party (complete with the actual logo from McDonalds), his background is Hulk Hogan crying, and his slogan is "Vote for me and chop off your balls."
    • His comments when looking through a list of topics. As "environment" is represented by a tree that looks slightly like a piece of broccoli, he talks about how the country should ban broccoli because it's disguisting. He says that for nationalism, everyone should eat a cheeseburger. And he suggests outright nuking a large number of things from the list.
    • He tries to answer as many issues as possible with "legalizing marijuana." He also envisions Fuck Freedom Cheeseburger Man as being something of a pimp always getting high.
    • The Democratic candidate is Jack Ohamanote . However, one of the issues in the game is about Obamacare. Joel quickly notices this, and ponders if this is supposed to mean that the two of them are completely different people.

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