Aborted Arc: Some arcs fail to finish, leaving things hanging.
Etheru's "New Homunculi Arc" will probably never start, due to the fact that the player himself has no clue what to do with the idea. Same with the Grimmoire Arc, and several other ideas, though he does play with the idea of going to the locations, sometimes.
Hydronix's Quest 64 Arc. It unfortunately happened offscreen instead, due to some lack of interest in playing it by some tropers.
Another one of these arcs was more of an Alternate Reality Episode: each player played alternate versions of their more established characters and had them interact as if they were only recently introduced to each other.
Anti-Magic - Juergen has a condition that has a magic and Psychic Powers dampening field around his immediate vicinity, it also unnerves psychics around him, and even harms them when they get too close to him.
The first happened on 4/1/2011, where several players took advantage of the changing avatars by playing them as gags.
On 4/1/2012, many characters showed up in place of the group as one-off gags. Most of them were from the twospinoff roleplays, the other characters were Others. In addition, several characters played pranks (Catherine Grayson cosplayed as Vriska, Vivian prepared some Explosive Runes, Envy and Nue played tricks on Maggie and Hilarity, etc.).
Ascended Extra: Harry, Faker!Metis / "Raven", Chaos Deviot (present version, though this is arguable), Bassy, Scorpion (may be the only true exception to this trope here), Kokonoe and her crew, WarMECH, and Future!Joey Jones.
Etheru used a few characters who only got a few moments of characterization (Emily, Obelisk, Ami, and Marjorine) in the The Bus Came Back arc.
In between the Writer and Tale of Two Yukaris arcs, Catherine's other Lightspeed Rangers only showed up to try to help the group stop the Retconinator by shutting down the Morphing Grid. Come Alyx'sOrigins, they actively helped Catherine, her family, and Alyx, to the point of being involved in the final battle.
During the group's stay at Amestris, a group of Enclave deserters with them originally being one shot characters. Then comes the Legion's invasion in Nether Vegas where the same group swoops in guns blazing as The Cavalry. Later on, their commander, Adam Longram, would become a major character in the WAOAA spinoff and eventually WAOA recently.
Author Filibuster: Etheru used Bass to violently lash out at the Characters and the Tropers, but afterwards, Etheru tried to make amends with the Tropers, and promised not to do it again.
There was a brief period of time where Osaka would not shut up about Dee. She got better, though... before getting worse again.
Averted in a battle with Xavier's Him, despite looking like it at first glance. Etheru said Mega Man wasn't channeling a dislike of commonly used ideas in the game, Mega Man was just that pissed at having to fight yet another opponent with sadistic kinks and other things encountered before with previous opponents.
Big Eater - Carter, lampshading that he doesn't gain a pound constantly, until...
Balloon Belly - In the world of Pokemon, Carter ate more than four hundred hamburgers, resulting in quite a bloated stomach, and instead of being brief, he had to work it off. And then it happened again with every single Grayson ever since, with the exceptions of Matt, Andreus, and Alyx (and even then, her weight gain is fairly realistic).
A non-Grayson (at the time) example would be Arcadiarika herself in-game, also due to a result of overeating. However, unlike the Graysons, she had a Gaki inside her body, which could explain her sudden and permanent weight gain.
Bittersweet Ending - The Witches Game arc; on the one hand, the trolls can't bother the main characters anymore, but on the other, Featherine can.
Not to mention Victoria Grayson dies. Granted, she got better, but...
This was considered a very controversial decision, especially when there were a million other ways to write out Victoria without killing her. It also did not provide anything to the plot at hand, so even if she was brought back, she died anticlimactically and died for nothing.
Breaking the Fourth Wall - This was a prominent running gag, where characters like Bass, Deadpool, Bernkastel, Raven, among others, would refer to the readers and the people reading. However, the gag was done to death and it's since been downplayed.
It got to the point where Etheru retconned the ability out of Bass because of annoyance with the gag.
Brick Joke: At one point, Bass told Asagi that she was in a dating sim. A hundred pages later, she still hasn't exactly been told otherwise.
In a more recent adventure, the gang has landed at a refueling station that's nothing more than a truck stop in space. Almost immediately, newcomer Pilot Solaris, his friend Human, and Grey enter a bar. Pilot's first action is to drink a shot of whiskey, and Human orders a coca-cola. Several hours (and several pages) later, Pilot returns to the bar, and Human is gone—and a pile of empty coca-cola cans is sitting next to his now-vacant seat. We don't see Human again until the next day, when he's seen leaving the bar and making a note to never go on a coca-cola binge again.
Capcom Sequel Stagnation- It's mentioned in the discussion that, in most plots involving the Multiverse being conquered/taken over/attempted to be destroyed, there's rarely any variation, the plots feel the same most of the time. Predictably, it's subject to a lot of parody.
Catgirl: Hina (sometimes), Nepeta, Ozzy (sometimes, anyway), later Osaka. Even "Raven" got into it. We also have some catboys, and an entire set of pages where everybody was a cat person for a while.
Ax lampshades this trope when he wonders why there are so many cats, catgirls, or cat-themed characters in the group. The answer? Because Cute Kitten.
Cerebus Syndrome - Somewhere around the first Wham Page (see below). This has been slowly happening since the beginning; it started out as avatars just interacting randomly with each other with no plot whatsoever. By now, there's a highly active discussion thread.
Characterization Marches On - The Trolls from Homestuck got this treatment a lot. As more and more information was revealed, some of the information contradicted some stuff established in the game. Not that it hurt anything, considering that they could easily be handwaved as Others.
Apparently, before Carter/Catherine became known for...that, he originally was a bit parodic, showing PSAS at opportunities, but then...
For the latter, this was lightly deconstructed when Carter left Jennifer to save Martin, leaving the new girl confused. He then promises to tone down his tendency to save people's lives...which ultimately did happen during the Skyrim arc.
Cool Big Sis - Osaka, to Dee. Over time, though, their relations got worse with Osaka becoming incredibly obsessive over Dee, which resulted in Dee leaving the group.
Cool Sword: Joshua Strasin's warblade, a valgirai weapon that absorbs UV radiation and then upon activation goes all lightsaber-y.
Caim's Strifesword, which he got from killing the Goddess of Strife.
Oryx's magic sword is made of Tenebrium and can fire flame lasers and energy shurikens.
Crapsaccharine World: The world future Tails lives in is seemingly an amazing place, and Tails has the fortune of being the president of a non-corrupt Mega Corp.. However, the corporations that are corrupt are far too numerous, the Earth has been in a war between Oceania and the Furon Empire over who gets to enslave the populace, and Tails' position causes him to be a frequent assasination target, losing an eye and an arm on two seperate attempts.
Creator Breakdown: The 'Great Schism': wherein Gloom Rage Quit, Lemurian threatened to, and Katsuun went off the deep end.note To elaborate, it happened when the topic of whether or not the group are heroes was brought up. Gloom insisted that they were Designated Heroes, to the point of posting a webcomic strip that firmly sums up his opinions—that they need to die for the good of everyone else. Eventually, angry over them not being heroes in his eyes, he quit the game. Lemurian threatened to quit because he also believed that the group should be heroes. As for Katsuun? This was the trigger to all his resets and using alts for said resets. To sum it all up: it was a bad time during a transitional period where the RP grew the beard.
Later, there was the Midna problem, where the titular Troper was called out for being so obsessive towards Mana, leading up to the in-game ending of Osaka and Hilarity's marriage, everybody snapping at everybody about a plan that was initially proposed to make Midna leave, and finally Midna's banning. Needless to say, no one was happy with the outcome.
For an individual example, arcadiarika is rather... an interesting case. She started off fine, but after approximately the Father arc, she would turn negative. Her characters became affected because of her attitude, and to keep it short and simple, Wangst occurred to the point where, at one point, one player was fed up with her attitude and quit—granted, she admitted that she hated him, but that was not a good excuse.
But then came her "break" starting in December, and while she hasn't officially rejoined the game yet, she seemed to have gotten better, as she acknowledged her mistakes in the past and took great lengths to fix them by using different "What If?" scenarios, ideas for potential arcs/mini-arcs, and new character ideas. She also had greatly mellowed out for the most part and gained a more positive self-esteem overall. Due to her short sessions, it showed that she kept up her streak.
It was not to last, and on June 2012, she decided to leave WAOA after she would do one final arc, citing the difficulties of roleplaying in a Slice of Life roleplay and overall bad blood between most of the roleplayers and herself as reasons. She left the game a month later after the arc was done, as promised.
Hydronix is a bit of a different case. A huge amount of factors led to it, most notably his mediocre (or so he says) roleplaying skills, the game feeling stale, and nearly all the jokes coming from a series he didn't enjoy, leaving the whole RP boring overall. Multiple other factors were apparent, like the lack of really good newbies who actually showed promise (three in total at the time, the rest... not so much). None of these factors have changed, making his at-first temporary leave a more permanent one.
Crapsack World - The World the Consolebots come from. Even after the Great Liberation, it's still pretty bad.
From a world of Superheroes comes Dusk City, a city full of pollution, corruption, and a few other things, including superpowered criminals and an arms-smuggling ring. The Past District in the town, which bases itself in the 30s and 40s, actually seems more pleasant.
The world of BlazBlue was already pretty crappy. However, the Bad Future Hakumen comes from is implied to be even worse, with Terumi as Imperator Librarius in all but name. It got to the point where La Résistance, spear-headed by Kokonoe, began to search for allies from other worlds to replenish their badly depleted ranks— leading to Hakumen meeting the Group.
Crazy Cultural Comparison - Asagi Asagiri has this because she comes from a series where there is No Fourth Wall... which translates to her coming from a home dimension where everybody has an intrinsic understanding/belief they’re part of a video game, and all the terminology/concepts that come with it.
Cute Mute - Game-changing character Bit started out as one of these, then minus made her able to speak, and freed all of her kind.
Tails Doll is only able to be understand by a small list of people, considering he speaks in Mmphs.
Astrid Avgren is mute and communicates mostly by writing.
Dangerously Genre Savvy - One of GG's superiors was this, having gotten rid of the papers and data on GG's identity before he got there.
Demoted to Extra - Dee, up until very recently. Shortly after 3Dee's introduction, she would usually only say anything whenever Cupid was involved or during introductions and would tend to sleep the rest of the time.
And then Rachel Elizabeth Dare appeared, which pushed Dee's speaking appearances back down into "pretty much nil" territory. You just can't win, can you?
Dee got better, leaving Osaka's Other to fall into this territory; she was a pretty major character in her first appearance very early on, but lost most of her screentime to Dee and 3Dee in her subsequent appearances, due to her writer's preference for the desdroids.
Dee eventually left due to relations in and out of character spiraling out of control, causing Dee to leave.
Protoman appears a lot less, but Etheru is trying to give him more appearances.
Gandalf is usually this. Justified in that he's an old man(despite being undead) that uses powerful magic.
Inverted with Osaka, Lyra, and Lip (less so with the second one) who grew more and more attached to Mana as time went on, to the point it became their only notable character traits.
Dysfunction Junction: Most of the characters played by arcadiarika. Eventually, they got better. By a lot.
The entire group can be seen as this at times.
Does Not Like Shoes: Mana goes around completely barefoot all the time - being 50 49.6 meters tall, there's a pretty good reason why she never wears any shoes. Osaka often sits on and occasionally playfully tickles her feet.
Inverted with Drifter, who had a Good Counterpart. They joined the group after the evil counterparts kicked him out for not being evil. After the original Drifter was killed off, he became a regularly occurring character.
There was a previous arc where there were evil versions of the group being led by a Dark Other of Alucard, Adrian Tepes.
Evil Is Petty: The Ivory Lagiacrus. It Destroyed ships around Jaya for the hell of it, posed in photos like an egotist and took a little girl's ice cream cone. The hashtag for that particular picture was YOLO.
Failure Hero: Catherine got a lot of constant flack for this. Arcadiarika said that she made her constantly fail because the group is often accused of being too powerful (of course, those who accused the group never seemed to acknowledge that it is less about the power of the group and more about numbers). As such, Catherine was hit with too one Diabolus Ex Machina too many. This was fixed, but at the cost of going the other way by not allowing her to fail.
The Federation: The United Multiversal Federation. Several characters, however, have commented that the Multiverse is too big for one group to police effectively, and that they may have too much power.
Metal Sonic is angry that he was always left in a lab to constantly be updated while pondering why he was made, and why he didn't have friends like Sonic did.
A less extreme example comes from Red, a fairly cynical character. Her reasoning comes from her world's erratic behavior; it's far from a Crapsack World, but it's given her a cynical attitude.
Izzy's reasoning behind his dislike of Yasmin stemmed from the fact that he was put through painful tests to see if he could replicate her, often being compared to Yasmin in the process. He seems to have gotten over it.
Subverted with Modern!Gensokyo, which has been part of the United Multiversal Federation for 50 years.
High School AU: Was a focus of an arc, where Others of the group attended the Jethro Q Walrustitty Boarding School. It was so well-liked that it gained the second spin-off.
History Repeats: When Dee entered the game, Midna promptly became obsessed, and had backlash toward any other characters that Katrika had (such as 3Dee), calling them Wesleys. At some point, Katrika got sick of Midna begging for Dee to be played practically all the time, and she left. She came back briefly, then left due to Midna unsubtly dropping an anvil about wanting to see Dee, leaving a lesson learned. And then Mana appeared, and when Hilarity played Anne, Midna said Anne was a Wesley. While there was no quitting involved, Hilarity still being a long-runner, the events still repeated to the point where Midna was finally forum-banned.
Hope Spot: In Hoenn, Hakurei Miko was about to finally able to go back to her Gensokyo which is a decade overdue. However, Evil Eye Sigma 4 blocked her path and making sure she stay out of her homeland no matter what. Miko was less than amused by this.
Informed Attribute Imca's player feels this way about Imca's fighting skills, since in over a year of being played, she has never once delivered a kill shot, only once managed to be of any actual use in a fight, and tied with Mario in a duel, despite many battles taking place.
Loads and Loads of Characters - Lots of tropers change their avatars often, so expect lots of characters to appear, vanish, reappear, and develop in no particular order.'
And by now, nearly every player plays multiple characters at the same time, even if only one of them is in their current avatar, taking this trope Up to Eleven.
Of course, the number of regulars played by each troper tends to vary. Sapphire Flame, for instance, has become quite self-deprecating about the unwieldy number of regulars he plays.
Etheru's gotten a lot of characters, and seems to be following Sapph's footsteps, many of which are Original.
Although Icarael lacks the sheer number of characters Sapph or Lemurian have, he compensates for this by having the most amount of characters with the group (11, counting Kokonoe and her crew plus WarMECH).
Lotus-Eater Machine - The "Ultimate Mercy" that Incarnate!Mega Man uses. It has the strange side effect of keeping people from aging, though.
Mama Bear - Osaka is pretty happy and friendly normally, but if you mess with her "little sister" Dee and she's around to see it, she'll tear into you without hesitation.
The usually calm and collected Ozzy will hurt you if you try to harm Mika or Wrath.
Cyber Amy will try to kill anyone who messes with Baby Onix. And she's not hesitant to be violent either.
Hakurei Miko will be merciless to anyone if they try to harm Reimu or even her Others.
Whatever you do, do not attack Catherine Grayson's family or even mentioning the idea of it. She will find the attacker(s) and either talk them out of it or, if they're incapable of being talked out of it, just flat-out attack them.
Mega City: Some characters from Modern!Gensokyo implied their home to be this.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Mega Man bargained with Kasei that if they let Luca go, they could look through him. Both sides held up their part of the deal; however, Kasei got the upper hand, as he managed to acquire the schematics of Mega Man's weaponry.
In a similar situation, Aurora struck a deal with Greybaum: if he let Dr. Distatio's robot daughter, Kelly, go, Aurora would give Greybaum directions to a dimension where some Phlebotinum could be found. Unfortunately, by that time, Greybaum had already analyzed Kelly and disassembled her, meaning that the trade came out in his favor.
To make matters worse, Tsubaki was with the group that bargained with Greybaum, allowing Terumi to follow the group via a bug on Tsubaki and offer Greybaum help in exchange for the research data on Kelly.
No Bisexuals: Averted with Gabriella and, for the most part, Catherine. "Raven" as well, oh so much...
Hakumen breaks down when he sees Rota's memories of her rape. To be fair, everyone else broke down at that point too.
Official Couple - Twenty-two. In order of appearance, Joshua/Jeniffer, Bit/Link, Maria/Alucard, 3Dee/Xenos, Dee/Joat, Hilarity/Osaka (now broken up), Michael/Melody, Catherine/Kotohime, Victoria/Lrith, Aurora/Max, Sapph/Anne, Gabriella/Cyber Amy, Lip/Usso, Brian/Garcie (broken up as well, on better terms, though), Rai/Konoe,Ty/Luca (now broken up), Mammon/Lillian (now broken up due to death), GG/Garcie, Falken/Asagi/Imca, Gene/Laverne, George/Lillian, and Alyx/Hayley.
In everywhere but the main roleplay, Luca/MegaMan.
Old Shame - Etheru admits that he hates every single incident where Bass broke the fourth wall, even the more tamer moments, because of this, he retconned it away, and hasn't looked back. Eventually developed into a disliking of the fourth wall in general.
For arcadiarika, do not mention Carter's first appearance to her, the one where he came off as a poor man's Deadpool.You will regret it. She also deeply regrets what she did to her characters, which are too many to name. About the only things she doesn't consider as a complete Old Shame were her treatment of Matt, a few moments in arcs (such as the battle between Catherine/Lunara Knight and Protoman in the "Revenge of the Spark" arc and the entire "Curse of the Sea" mini-arc in which Michael does three tasks in order to resurrect Catherine), and the relationships between the Graysons (Michael and Melody, Victoria and Lrith, and Catherine and Kotohime), and that says a lot.
Raidou Kuzunoha and Garcie usually play this role to the Group. Hakumen and Rai have a different approach to things, using the uncanny ability of the Group to attact weird things as snark fodder.
In a group of Evil Counterparts, Nega-Kari, Carona, Evil!Anne, and Leaks fit this role among the psychos, blood knights, and Psychotic Blood Knights. Nega-Kari's a weird example, being the Counterpart of a Ditz who barely knows about social customs.
Psycho!Gamzee, or Sane!Gamzee, whichever name you prefer. It was shocking the first time the stoner went nuts, but now whenever he makes an appearance, it's almost expected for him to flip the fuck out due to lack of Sopor Slime.
Jack being mistaken for a boy (not helped by the name and androgynous Avatar).
Hakumen and WarMECH being the last two people left awake at the end of each day.
Random bolts of lightning striking characters and transforming them in amusing ways.
The Silver City hotel's walls being demolished.
And now any Hotel, just to mess with poor Sapph.
When the Fourth Wall is broken nowadays, it's usually accompanied by an aggravated scream by Bass, who's relaxing back in his world, usually growing more and more apathetic to the Fourth Wall breaking.
Story Arc - Although the setting is easily changed with some effective roleplaying, some longer arcs have been implemented. After the move to Role-playing, there's always been one or two. Anyone who wants to can usually kick off an arc, and several plots sometimes run at once. Fortunately, this doesn't seem to have become too confusing. Some of the more note-worthy ones are:
Shown Their Work: Some Tropers do this to make their characters consistent or accurate, or do it to further the Alternate Character Interpretation. But outside of characters, ideas and concepts are sometimes borrowed by looking through the original plans of some franchises.
Arcadia's done a lot of homework about the Power Rangers/Super Sentai franchises. This is particularly blatant during the "Revenge of the Spark", "Alyx's Origins", and "Sins of the Past" arcs.
Superpowered Evil Side: Dark!Bassy(also known as Feral and Evil!Bassy), Black Frost, argueably any of the Incarnates as is
Super Robot / Real Robot - The Phase Distorter was created from an odd mishmash of both, incorporating technology from several different mecha from different universes. Given the generally soft setting, though, the end result falls into the former category. Its head even looked like a Mister Saturn.
Theme Naming: A very clever one with the Original Character Orange who is named after both a color (to fit in with the Red Ribbon Army Color Theme as he's the brother of Capt. Yellow) and a citrus fruit (as he is the rival of a character from Ranma ½ named Lime)
Melody, the demon that's teaching Roll how to use some demonic power, fits with Mega Man (or Rock) and Roll's music theme, but she's less than a Mega Man character (due to supernatural origin). Interestingly, the name fitting into the whole theme was an accident.
Practically all of the Pokemon Gijinkas.
There Are No Therapists - Averted for the most part; the group does get therapy from each other. Shockingly, though, since Tails left, the group's therapist is Bass.
Terri tried to take on this role towards the Graysons for a while.
Catherine eventually lampshaded by saying that all of her problems and bad decisions would baffle any therapist, hence why it never sticks for her and her family.
Token Evil Teammate - A few players have attempted to create these; they usually fail miserably.
Merchant and Caim may be exceptions to this rule, however. Neither of them really cause a major amount of trouble, regardless of alignment. The problem is that they rarely do anything evil amongst the group, making it hard to see them as Token Evil Teammates.
Bart would be this trope if it weren't for the fact that he's so horribly ineffectual.
Tsundere : A common character trait, so much so that Taiga once compared it to a virus.
Unfazed Everyman: A common archetype assumed by characters who are unfamiliar with the technology, magic or seetings used in the game, as well as new characters who have just joined the group. Often used as a means to explain to the unfamiliar what is happening in the game. Out of context, newer players also assume such a role when they find their way around the game.
Verbal Tic: As mentioned above, some catgirls use Nya and variations.
"Raven" as a wolfgirl rolls her Rs sometimes.
Jack Frost has his "hee-ho".
Sunny has dood, which she picked up from a prinny with her adaptive speech programing.
The Virus - The Computer Virus, to be exact. In the past, it's infected many of the robotic characters, and most likely counts as Nightmare Fuel.
Visual Pun - Kari's new appearance gave her glasses. She was established as being a little too loyal to Luminosity, making her blind to the truth.
Silver was planned to appear during the Incarnates Arc as a personification of Lust, possibly going to levels of Complete Monster that would almost rival Apos. Daionus decided he did not want to play as that sort of character, and declined.
Also, in the same arc, Catherine was planned to appear as a personification of Gluttony, and the present Catherine had to be killed in order to defeat her (it was another plan to get out of playing Catherine due to certain circumstances). It didn't happen, ultimately proving that Tropes Are Not Bad.
Etheru states that he planned on Joey and Catherine acting as foils for one another, but arcadiarika's then-decision to refuse developing the character any longer shot this possibility down.
At one point, unhappy with the fact that nothing was happening, Lemurian thought up the "Ghost Town arc", where the characters would be dropped in a desolate town without food, water, or their powers for a week. The arc was discarded when a player pointed out that the arc wasn't proving anything, because it was almost exactly like what Lemurian was complaining about: Nothing happening.
Midna, at one point, took a break, to try and get his mind off the game for a while, but was banned during the break. It makes one wonder if he really would have improved or would have just kept his bad habits.
And yet another arcadiarika one: in both the Him and Terumi arcs, Catherine would have been the peacemaker of the group, trying to keep them from killing themselves. Unfortunately, it didn't happen. It gets worse—it would have been one of the moments where her character would be positively developed.
Meta Application: Sometimes people tend to bring concepts that weren't used in the source in the game.
"The New Homunculi arc", in which a Composite Character version of Father and Hohenheim creates Homunculi, but forcibly puts Homunculi into members of the group. They would be representing a particular sin (Mega Man, in particular, was planned to be Pride, due to the fact that he's very proud of his achievements). Etheru discarded it, due to having no idea what to do with the arc in question, but he gave it to someone else.
A Rescue Arc where the group had to rescue Catherine from Golomois was planned at one point, but Arcadiarika discarded it, due to a lack of interest on her part. A few ideas from that planned arc did survive and made their way in her finale arc, "Sins of the Past".
In "Sins of the Past", there was originally a subplot with Michael, Rika, and Ryan searching for a way to cure Michael's curse. It was cut out entirely due to pacing problems and the arc-maker not really sure what to do with it.
Writer on Board - One example would be Andros telling the group how the Touhoumons aren't cute, want to take over the world, etc. all because arcadiarika didn't like them (at first). And then there were the times where the Graysons were used to voice the writer's negative feelings.
(Bioshock!Elizabeth opens the chests Mana had retrieved from a very tall pillar with a lockpick.) Gaimon: Oh, thank you a million times, miss! (Gaimon opens the chest now that it is unlocked.) Gaimon: ... (Gaimon looks shocked and the others look inside the chest.) Gaimon: ...they are empty. Mana: ...Aw. Bioshock!Elizabeth: ...Huh. That's...quite a surprise. Joseph: Oh... Gaimon: Actually... I have thought about this before... it was a possibility, but... I always try not to think about it too much... (Gaimon begins to tear up.) Bioshock!Elizabeth: ... (Bioshock!Elizabeth Consolingly pats Gaimon on the fro.) (Gaimon sobs for quite a while.) Gaimon: But... I suppose... this is better this way, maybe... Bioshock!Elizabeth: Why is that? Gaimon: What... what would I do with this treasure anyway? Bioshock!Elizabeth: ...That is a good question. I don't suppose you could buy a ship off of this island anyways. Joseph: A Good question, Gaimon. Maybe the real treasure is the time you spent with your new friends? Gaimon: I'd never want to leave this place. I couldn't just abandon my friends. Bioshock!Elizabeth: I'm sure they'd feel the same way. (Elizabeth smiles innocently.)
Yaoi Fangirl - Yanmie got very turned on by seeing Enker and Ty kissing, and once tried to find Leeron's stash of doujinshi.
Zero-G Spot - Used as a way to convince Black Baron into giving up his piece of the device.
Imca: ....Ummmmmm, why don't you retire in space. You can make a movie out of it. "Pimps in Space"..... "Bitches in Space".... whatever you want to call it. Not that I would approve of those but negotiation.... (Black Baron thinks about it for a moment.) Black Baron:Well, the ladies do like the ol' space horizontal tango... ...Ah, what the fuck. Ya'll mothafuckas got yerself a deal!
Waldorf: I can't believe it. An entire page, and we don't get mentioned once! Statler: Yeah... should you thank them or should I? Both: Do-ho-ho-ho-hoh!