Disney World of War is a roleplaying forum that includes, you guessed it, Disney characters. At the moment, the website is open to any new characters wishing to join up.The site can be found here.Go here for the list of characters present to the war.The plot focuses on Frollo who has gathered up the local Human Villains, while Scar has gathered up Animal Villains and Simba having gathered up Heroes to fight it out in an all out war.
Tropes common to Disney World of War include:
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Abusive Parents - Scar and Zira. Zira beats Vitani, scaring her permanantly, and even when her daughter's down she keeps going. There's also heaps of emotional abuse dolled out on Nuka, Vitani and Kovu alike.
Achilles in His Tent - Scar disappeared for well over a month, staying inside his den and never showing his face and this led to a lot of disatisfaction within the army and sowed the seeds for Nuka's rebellion
Alternative Character Interpretation - Scar seems to be a result of this, having a rather sympathetic fanon history that ends up casting him more as a revolutionary civil rights hero who rebelled against a corrupt and oppressive government than any sort of villain.
Amazon Brigade - The Human Villains' has more women than men and some of the most vicious fighters are female.
For a male version, Ni (Betty) and Hunter (Veronica)
Bi the Way - Jane. She previously had a crush on Peter Pan (implied that there still may be feelings there going by her Woman Scorned reaction to him abandoning her) yet she also had a Les Yay relationship with Melody.
Big NO!- The Great Prince's death resulted in many of these from Mooch.
Mooch: "NOOOO! NO! NO! NO!"
Bizarro Episode - A Game's Afoot has a rather silly game show up in the middle of a serious war. It involves sticks as swords and flowers as Death Rays. Oh, and to add to all the silliness, the Medic of the game? Yeah, it's Scrump.
Canon Discontinuity - Due to the nature of the site, few things here and there are ultimately ignored in order to facilitate moving on, from dropped plotline, probably the biggest being the Scar-Simba peace treaty when the H Vs were being introduced.
Cats Are Mean - Dinah, Berlioz, Marie, Oliver, Felicia, Mirage, Sabor, Shere Khan, Scar, Zira, and basically any other feline on the Animal Villains side.
In Together Again, after Scamp's return, he jokes that if Mooch and Vitani don't stop crushing him he'll die again, both promptly declare they won't let anyone kill him again. They'll have to go through them first.
Crosses the Line Twice - The line has been crossed, re-crossed and had a Micheal Flatley style jig preformed on it.
Cruel Mercy - Scar is fond of dishing this out. For example, when Nuka's army rejoins with Scar's army, he tells Nuka that he will accept his followers back into his army despite them betraying him once. Then, when they arrive back in the Outlands, he throws nearly all of Nuka's followers into a deep pit which none of them can climb out of and unleashes his hyenas on them. What he didn't say was he will only accept the survivors back into his army.
Ear Ache - Lucky,Garner and Mega both get their ears bitten clean off.
Elemental Powers - Bonnie obtains a few simple spells, inluding fire and ice related spells among others. All thanks to Mirage.
Elemental Punch - Bonnie's makeshift Ice Fists. Too bad she hasn't punched anybody with them...yet.
Enemy Mine - A plague strikes all three camps which forces the Heroes, Animal Villains and Human Villians to work together so they can find a cure. The cooperation doesn't last long when the plague is cured
Even Evil Has Loved Ones - Nasira has Mozenrath and Jafar (and vice-versa), Jafar has Helga, Shere-Khan has Sabor, Lars, and Clarabelle, Dixie has pretty much every animal villain under the age of cute... This is everywhere. Everywhere.
Even Evil Has Standards - Scar, despite having no problem with the killing itself, nevertheless seems unwilling to let his troops make the first move. Of course, since he considers anyone entering his territory to be making a direct threat...
Evil Duo - Scruffy and Sly-Eye, Jafar and Nasira, Roscoe and De Soto, Leroy and 627.
Evil Versus Evil - The Human Vilains and Animal Villains don't exactly get along.
Evil Virtues - Animal Villains in particular, but it seems everyone has these. Even the heroes.
Exactly What It Says on the Tin - Some of the thread names. Some examples are Someone Will Die in which there are several deaths and The Past Catches Up in which Vitani is dragged back to the Outlands
Extreme Doormat - Dotty. She is utterly loyal to Nuka but is willing to let the entire army walk all over her. She doesn't stand up for herself and when she does she is often beaten down again just as quickly and made a mockery of to boot.
The Exile - Scar and his followers are exiled from the Pridelands and later form the Animal Villain army.
Scar exiles his own son, Nuka, and he takes his followers with him to Nottingham, forming a cadet branch of the Animal Villains
Aladdin goes into a self-inflicted exile
Eye Scream - Garner loses his eye, Geno gets partially blinded in one eye and Sly Eye gets permanantly blinded in one of her's thanks to Geno's hoof. Mega's eye is ripped out by Rajah.
Angel has also lost an eye during Patch's rescue from the Animal Villains
allthough that was really the char's player who was having a temper-tantrum over one particular ship.
Kick the Dog - Literally in It Had To Happen, when Leroy is fighting Thomas, Lucky bumps into him. Leroy's reaction? To kick him back in the direction he came from and straight into a very angry Buster.
Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe - The reason why Kula and Chumvi were given to Naanda to raise. Their dark fur favoured their mother's side of the family but everyone was suspicious that they both had dark fur because Scar was their father.
Mama Bear - This war is full of them. Lady, Duchess, Dixie, Mother Gothel and the list goes on
Matriarchy - Human Villains are Type V. The army is almost completely run by females but the women aren't considered 'better' than the men, they have roughly equal standing with them as merit is given by competence, cunning, dedication and ability.
Meaningful Name - Vitani, when she first arrives in the Pridelands, believes her name (which means demon) is a sign that she will probably become evil again.
Mommy Issues - Kula has this with Naanda, her adoptive mother. She clearly favoured her brother Chumvi over her and, when he disappeared, she was distant with her. This only made Kula all the more determined to make her mother proud of her.
Another even darker example is Zira and all three of her cubs. She is distant with Nuka and views him as a disappointment, going as far as to kill his son when he broke away from Scar's army and declared himself king because she couldn't stand the thought of Nuka's cub as Scar's heir. She openly hates Vitani ever since her Heel-Face Turn and actively 'punished her' when she was dragged back to the Outlands against her will. She goes absolutely berserk when she finds that Kovu followed Nuka into exile to get away from her and mounts a 'rescue' mission to get him back but it was more because she was afraid of what Scar would do when he found his heir was missing than actually caring about Kovu's wellfare. As you can predict, none of her children love her very much and most of them wouldn't bat an eyelid if she was killed.
Zira is the queen of this trope because she isn't satisfied with trying to kill her own cubs, she's even tried offing her grandchildren when Zira attacks a pregnant Dotty, and later succeeded with killing her grandson, Mauko, in Bloodstained Snow
¡Three Amigos! - There are many friendship trios. There's THE Trio: Clopin, Aladdin and Tiana, The Outlands Trio: Nuka, Kiara/Shani and Berlioz and Trio Number Three: Vitani/'Tani, Scamp and Mooch. Mooch is also in a friendhsip trio with Geno and Gurri and there was a very short lived trio of Leroy, 637 and 323 (Hunka Hunka) but Spats has now taken 323's place.