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 thisvery 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.
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Aborted Arc: Common. Some, like the God Wars and Judges Arcs, were cancelled/ended early due to dissatisfaction with the progression or annoyance with powerful NPCs forcing unwanted participation. Others, such as Savage Tide, ended due to the primary storyteller going on hiatus or quitting.
Aerith and Bob: Justified, since the multiverse is the biggest melting pot in existence.
Level Drain: All characters suffer this upon entering the Multiverse.
"[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."
Loads and Loads of Characters: Granted, many of them switch in and out of the story alot due to the users playing the characters getting bored and getting newer ones. Leads to a lot of confusion out of character, since most people are referred to by their main accounts.
The Chosen Ones: The Savage Tide arc has Tails, the Ardent of Air, Lute, the Forger of Flames, Mia, the Warden of Water, and Mouse, the Envoy of Earth, as chosen guardians of Elemental Crystals. Mouse has already fallen, however. As has Mia as far as anyone knows.
Hub Level: The Moon serves as this, more specifically, the Tower of Twilight.
The Tower: The Tower of Twilight, which serves as the cultural capital of the entire multiverse.
Topic Welding: The site as a whole generally does this a lot, due to its...convenient time-line.
Wham Episode: Alan attacking the NO HQ, specifically targeting three of its big name members (all of whom he had been on amiable terms with previously) in order to create a name for his own new faction, killing Sparrow in the process.