Roleplay / Celestial Refresh

Starting out as Celestial Eruption back in 2006 on Invisionfree, Celestial Refresh is a statistical Play By Post Game centering around characters and settings from various video games, anime, and a few other odd sources being ripped from their homeland and thrown into a new universe, simply called The Multiverse. Many don't take this very well at first, however, over time, characters learn to adjust to their new homes and neighbors, and veterans are generally unfazed by the zanier parts of both magic and technology, regardless of their native home's surroundings. Despite it's dips into rather depressing situations, it does have it's sillier and more lighthearted moments.

You can find a link to it here, and the wiki here. You can also find the character sheet here.

Tropes related to CRRP:

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  • Aborted Arc: Due to the nature of the RP, an arc can be dropped due to disinterest between players, someone switching out, or general inactivity. Tends to be averted nowadays with board-wide arcs, however.
  • Aerith and Bob: Justified, since the multiverse is the biggest melting pot in existence.
  • Anachronism Stew: What happens when you put Hyrule and Station Square within space- or magic-traveling distance of each other
  • Alternate Universe: Explains a few discrepancies between characters and their original counterparts.
  • Apocalypse How: A few times, but generally Class 0 or Class 1
  • Arc Fatigue: The Zombie Apocalypse arc is a prime example, though a lot of members can generally get tired of board-wide arcs due to how long they go on.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Leaders of factions are usually pretty strong.
  • Bland-Name Product: Flitter!
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Some characters do this often, such as Deadpool or Andrew Hussie.
  • Crapsaccharine World: Many people that were pure and innocent have been turned jaded, and many places like the Mushroom and BeanBean Kingdoms have been overrun by Insanity and Demons, respectively.
  • Crossover Ship: Given the nature of the site, these are common.
  • Darkest Hour: NO had certainly going through one, with the destruction of their main HQ and the death of their leader, Sparrow before disbanding and the few remaining members sticking around as the Radiant Crusade.
  • Death Is Cheap: The penalty for death is spending two weeks in a Diablo-based Netherrealm. And some of the areas in it are actually quite nice and peaceful.
    • However, a character can permanently die if the player so chooses to go such a route, examples being Hector and the aforementioned Sparrow.
"[The Multiversal Drain] takes away all of [a character's] power, but removes any limitations, turning everyone into an over the top One Piece character."

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