'Welcome to the sixth annual Altador Cup! While Neopians across the world choose their team to support, the players are busy practicing, and waiting for none other than the cup to actually start! *cough* Anyway, as an AC Player, your job is to play Yooyuball against Neopian teams around Neopia. Along with it, yelling with the Techo Super Fan, helping the Slushie Slinger Waitress do her job, and shooting goals past the "Jelly" Chia Goalkeeper helps guarantee your team winning the cup. But before it begins, you're constantly practicing, be it the non-existent Jelly World Team, or real Neopets. But sometimes they just can't keep out of trouble and will do anything to get there way. Between forbidden loves, rivals, and revenge from some of the now-fired players, be it this year or 5 years ago, there's never time to rest.'
—The simple plot that started out what could've been a short and simple Roleplay. Little did they know...
The JellyneoAltador Cup Vi Roleplay is a roleplay created by a user named Moogi on May 24, 2011. Having been around for one year, it may be widely regarded as one of the longest roleplays on Jellyneo Forums in a long time, if not the longest, finally ending at around 2950 pages (given you're using the forum default) and about 5-6 active participators out of about 10 (a good number considering most roleplays start with about five or six and only one or two people participate). It's sequel is continued on that same topic.The Altador Cup Vi roleplay is based on a yearly site event on Neopets, where 18 different teams compete in a sport called Yooyuball and 3 other side games. Because the event itself has no clear plot, the plot for this roleplay (and last year's) is made up as we go. The plot itself involves a group of AC Players trying to stop brainwashed and previously-fired players, like Tormo 'The Terror' Frein and Vitri Sitol from sabotaging the Cup, particularly with magic.... Nothing else more simple than that, however it's everything else that happens WHILE they do this that tends to be more complex. If you wish to read the Roleplay, go hereThe sequel has a page here.WARNING: Because most people who edit this will be up to date with the roleplay, Spoilers will be left unmarked.
The Altador Cup VI Roleplay provides examples of:
Accidental Misnaming: Almost every time Layton comes into the story, he is just about guaranteed to mess up Prytariel's or Antola's name. Just about the only names he doesn't mess up are Zax (because it's short) and Valka. Especially funny when Layton finds Lyvon and calls him 'Linton,' resulting in Lyvon breaking the fourth wall and asking if that was supposed to be a reference. As a matter of fact, Linton is the name of the antagonist of Raven's upcoming NT story, Coronation.
A Day in the Limelight: Though Antola is the main character, other characters (notably Valka and Derlyn) have had quite large arcs. Often, these limelight episodes largely affect Layton and Zenor, due to romantic connections with the afforementioned two.
Although Derlyn is considered the main female character, so she technically doesn't count.
A much more tragic example occurred with Dimanche Asteria, one of the three heads of the Altador Cup Committee which endorses the rules of the tournament. In the future, she falls for the leader of a genetic engineering corporation, Hassow Tsukimura, for whom the term 'bad boy' is a major understatement. Some way or another, they find romance, get married, and have two children. All the while, unbeknownst to Dimanche herself, said company kidnaps young girls in an attempt to make them Dark Magical Girls. Shortly afterwards, her daughter Io dies mysteriously when she is about two, and she assumes that it is due to illness. Not too long before Dimanche herself dies, she discovered that Hassow exposed Io to very high levels of magic in an attempt to make her one of the most powerful Dark Magical Girls, instead causing Io to die and therefore making Hassow a monster. As she dies, Dimanche rejects Hassow as a husband. To make matters even worse, Hassow himself not only pulls a Karma Houdini and does the same to many other girls, but just about forgets Dimanche after falling for Kaine, who's just about as evil as he is. As a result, Kaine's death is just about an Ironic Echo of Dimanche's death. Confused yet?
An Axe to Grind: After choosing a random weapon off of a shelf, Al's primary weapon becomes an axe.
Angsty Surviving Twin: Subverted with Baelia, since this is what everyone thinks she is in the future, since she claimed that Valka died. However, she's secretly like this because Valka did a Face-Heel Turn, and she's really just covering for her sister.
And This Is for...: If Lyvon is any indication, when you hear Valka yell 'FOR LAYTON!,' run.
Valka was originally just a random trainee, but she is now essentially as important as the others.
Though currently, she has been going into convenient comas, so she has a slightly smaller role in recent arcs.
Mirsha went from being a serious and injured person, to being someone who could be very well the Trope Codifier for Cloudcuckoolander if this roleplay was more known by the general public.
Derlyn went from being a brainwashed saboteur whose mom worked with Antola's dad (The latter is still true to this day, however.) to the Big Girl (in replacement of Zax) of Antola'sFive-Man Band, and throws objects at everyone (mostly Foltaggio, however) and the person that the saboteurs want dead. She is also the female lead of the roleplay, as her puppeteer, Ruko is just as active on the roleplay as Moogi.
Does a particular mysterious figure who came from the future to free the Faerie Stars from a trap ring a bell? No? Then do thesetropesjogyour memory?
Author Avatar: Just about all the active roleplayers have one of these, referred to as puppeteers by themselves and the characters they control. Very often they'll use their Author Powers to torment their own characters, which has resulted in quite a few instances of Rage Against the Author. If you haven't guessed already, there's No Fourth Wall.
Moogi is a Canadian Antola Maeir fangirl who likes video games. She enjoys throwing boots at the characters whenever she feels like it, and although she's a huge Shipper on Deck for Xantola, she seems to enjoy tormenting Antola and Xana on occasion by doing what she can to win the former's affection. Hilarity Ensues as, no matter what she tries, it never seems to work.
Mirsha dislikes it when you assume that, because of her ADHD, she's stupid.
Of course, unless if you're saying this about a Grundo, she really dislikes it when you use the word 'jiyeon' in front of her. Especially if they use it to describe someone that she cares about and especially if the person who says this is a Grundo.
Layton's is anyone shipping him with Kaine.
Never, ever, mess with Derlyn's Yooyu plushie. It doesn't matter if you're her friend or not. She will hate you for it.
Beta Couple: Elbin/Fenny, Sela/Garven, Valka/Layton, Tandrak/Timu, Mirsha/Foltaggio, Derlyn/Zenor...there are tons of these.
Big Bad: The roleplay doesn't have a clear cut Big Bad, but there are quite a few candidates.
'Squeaky' Tressif: He leads the current group of saboteurs.
Mirsha Grelinek: She led the first ever group of saboteurs, and was credited (under her maiden name) to be the first saboteur. She might not count as she did Heel-Face Turn, through.
'Dirty' is also a major villain.
Who was killed by Mirsha to wipe him from existence.
Even though Kaine is only the Big Bad of the Star Corporations arc, she has been implied to have enough power to easily contend and/or beat the other saboteurs.
Cyrus triumphs them all by somehow being an utter bastard who kills his children, threatens to kill his niece, and allowed the first two to become the canidates for being a Big Bad. He is also very powerful, as he came up with a brainwashing that can only (quickly) be undone by The Power of Love, despite his claims.
Big "NO!": Lyvon's response to having his hair fried by a blaster.
Brainwashed and Crazy: A common method of attack by the villains. A tell-tale sign of brainwashing in this roleplay happens when a person randomly falls in love with a person they would never consider falling in love with. If Timu starts flirting with Antola, for instance, or if Valka starts romantically defending Lyvon (or for that matter, anyone other than Layton), they're most likely brainwashed.
Even scarier is the brainwashing to become a Faerie Star, which rids you of any feelings of love whatsoever.
There is also the brainwashing to become a Lorboteur. It is not much different from the first one, except that it's (not much) harder to get rid of.
Mirsha's (and later, Derlyn's) puppeteer, Windy (who is later called Ruko), is the worst about this, to the point that she once allowed the other characters to gamble for Mirsha's maiden name! Which, by the way, is Fonnet.
Antola plays along with it, and earns some neopoints by winning.
Breakout Character: Derlyn. She scored high on a popularity poll (most, if not all, of the roleplayers loved her), and she's the female lead.
Mirsha fits this trope well, just about anything she says is considered Cloudcuckoolanderish. It's even been lampshaded a few times.
Heck, it apparently runs in the family! Her mother, Faith, is known for being clueless.
Elbin Towse and arguably Coco Metrone fit this trope pretty well.
Cranial Eruption: After Mirsha goes too far in shipping again, Derlyn apparently gave her one of these.
Dark and Troubled Past: Zax has one of these. He was abandoned soon after he was born, mainly because his entire family was made up of criminals, who wanted him only to be safe. At least, that's what he assumed before he found out his parents had another child shortly after that, who not only looked just like him, but was named after him, and instead of being abandoned, helped out his family execute their crimes. The closest thing he had to family was Mor Gollog, but because he was abandoned as well, they spent almost their entire life before the Altador Cup V living homeless. The fact that Zax is the ultimate Keet after going through all this and more is surprising to everyone that he's mentioned his life story to.
At one point Lyvon also gained the nickname 'Popcorn' due to the strange hairdo he had previously.
When Prytariel is embarrassed by something Tandrak says, she calls him 'Lysander,' his real name. While not that embarrassing, he still doesn't like it.
Eventually, due to Tandrak's reputation of having Antola's mom dragging him into their supply closet whenever he does something bad (for example, hitting a girl), Prytariel gave him the nickname 'Lysander of the Maeirs' Supply Closet'. Needless to say, he hates this more than simply 'Lysander'.
Similar to the Tandrak example (despite the fact her's is more of an Embarrassing Last Name, and even then it's not embarrassing.), Mirsha doesn't like it when people use her maiden name, Fonnet. When she brings up Rintariel, it'll probably end with Prytariel saying her maiden name.
Mirsha: Are all conveniently placed white Bori plushies named Elon Fitel? Wait a minute, Fitel?! Prytariel Euskara Calabri is in love with Rinok Fitel! She has a plushie that looks similar to him and is partially named after him! There is proof!
Layton is often called 'Pickles' by roleplay characters, due to his last name of 'Vickles.'
Due to his lack of strength, Zenor has gained the nickname 'Puny McPunyson', having first been used by Harlis.
Even Evil Has Standards: Tormo himself claimed that he wasn't planning on destroying the entire stadium, having heard that Bill's Shadow Yooyus took it down.
When evil King Altador brings Timu ( in Prytariel's body ) to Bill so he could kill her, Bill responds negatively, claiming he would never kill an unarmed girl. Altador himself then claims he'll kill her himself.
Although the latter was technically due to partial brainwash, Montecito has Face Heel Turnedtwice.
The first time, he was sick of being ignored by the group, and attempted to Face-Heel Turn and become a villain alongside Helmo. Had Edna not almost immediately confronted him and convinced him to Heel-Face Turn, he'd probably still be a villain at this moment.
The second time, he was struck with a potion that caused the evil side of him to overpower the good side. This resulted in an attempted attack on Delma, Zax, and Derbi. The latter of the group just barely managed to stab him in the back, giving him enough time to drink a potion that balanced out his good and evil before trying to attack again.
Mirsha Face Heel Turned twice as well, but one of them was long before the roleplay.
The first time, she was mad at her sister, Derlyn, for breaking down from the stress that she had while protecting Mirsha. Mirsha successfully sabotages her former team, Kreludor, and the effects of her the sabotaging second Cup for Kreludor by hiring Coco Metrone to tamper with the gravity control, after her Heel-Face Turn, got Shenkuu in the Cup then.
She does the second time this after being hit by a rocket, causing her to forget that she was married to Foltaggio, and claims that he broke up with her, although, it could have been brainwashing.
This happens again, Derlyn and Tandrak, Mirsha (who at the time is a brown Uni) and Timu, Zenor and Xana, Antola and Foltaggio, and Zax and Sandra switch bodies. Hilarity Ensues, along with paranoia and Twincest.
Kaine and Valka end up as the latest victims. However, seeing as this results in Valka becoming a Sealed Good in a Can, this is probably the only time this trick wasn't Played for Laughs.
Full Name Ultimatum: Both Antola's dad and mom use this at one point, exclaiming 'Antola Huozai Maeir' after he attempted to battle a 'turned-insane' King Altador, injuring himself greatly in the process.
Many other characters use this against one another when they're annoyed, to the point they sometimes make up a bunch of random names to fill in the spaces in the case a character hasn't revealed their true middle or last name.
Future Xana uses this as well on her daughter Bonnie, AKA 'Bonita Rosabella Maeir'
Future Me Scares Me: No one reacts well to Valka's future self, Kaine. Valka and Layton (understandably) are the most affected by this.
Gratuitous French: Played for Laughs with Valka, who often tries to yell battle cries in French, but the translations have little to do with the situation (such as 'I love you,' 'There's a ghost in the kitchen,' 'you're wearing a rainbow scarf,' and 'we're dead').
Heart Is an Awesome Power: Kotose has powers over asteroids, which sounds weird, until an asteroid comes towards them. Thinking quickly, she uses her magic to force it into another direction and yells the trope title.
He Is Not My Boyfriend: Prytariel denies this about Antola, no matter what Tandrak claims. Antola occasionally uses the She Is Not My Girlfriend version of this towards Prytariel, however he also tends to show clear hints of affection for her.
Very early in the story, Valka notes that the tabloids think that she and Layton are dating and denies it. However, it turns out that was all a coverup and they were dating the whole time.
Later on, Prytariel says this about Rinok, usually after Mirsha claims otherwise about the two.
Heel Face Brainwashing: The Grelinek Army (or, to the public, the Army) is, for the most part the result of this.
Heel-Face Turn: Tico Tems, who started out as a saboteur, only to become one of the good guys. Also arguably Xana, however she first experienced a Face-Heel Turn before this occurred.
Arguably anyone who has been Brainwashed at any point in the roleplay, and turn against the group because of this. However, no matter what method they use to cure the brainwashing, the one who was being brainwashed quickly return to their senses and become good again.
Vitri Sitol, who went from being a Meepit Oaks Asylum escapee who was under partial control by Xandra, to what was considered part of the group of 'Goody Two-Shoes' at a punishment camp.
One of the bigger Heel Face Turns would have to be from Helmo Timm. She originally commanded a group of saboteurs, until all of them either left her or died. The ultimate reason that made her change sides was due to her gigantic crush on Relle Felson, who had been a good guy all along, while the Relle that worked with her was only pretending to be him.
The Goody Two-Shoes are by definition, former saboteurs.
Mirsha was the first saboteur. She had a Face-Heel Turn when she invented sabotaging the Cup, only to harass her sister. Actually, she might still be a saboteur if Foltaggio didn't threaten to break off the engagement (as they were engaged when Mirsha was a saboteur) if she didn't Heel-Face Turn.
Human Subspecies: There are two different 'generations' of genetically engineered humans. The second generation has six living members, and a major difference is more expressive clones (the past ones were practically emotionless, while Kotose at least shows some emotion). All clones in the first generation were wiped out, leaving Valka as the only living member of that subspecies.
I Have Many Names: The roleplayers even say that they should start calling Valka and Layton's Kid from the Future just 'Valka's daughter,' since she is referred to as Ria/Courtney/Etoile. However, it has been confirmed that her name will continue to be Etoile and she is beginning to be largely referred to as that.
Loads and Loads of Characters: There's the original group, the saboteurs, the goody-two-shoes, Mirsha's group, the new group, the future kids (of which Etoile's group is a subset)...
Long Lost Relative: Antola, Delma and Almadaira never knew about their relation as cousins until recent (Antola and Delma finding out at a family reunion a year ago, and Antola found out about Almadaira being his cousin in a family tree booklet the first day of the roleplay).
Tandrak and Vitri also fit here, however Vitri has known for a longer time.
Note that this came completely out of nowhere. Prytariel's response was literally, "Umm...nametags can be very useful?"
Love Triangle: Despite Tandrak and Timu being in a relationship, both Lyvon Cibaire and Vitri Sitol are attempting to win Timu over. Tandrak is also implying one between Antola, Prytariel, and Elon however Prytariel denies any romantic attraction to either.
Magical Girl: Valka used to be one. However, her powers show up for a slight moment longer, but she accidentally turns into her Scrapped Persona Valeria, who is completely different.
Etoile is now one. Being the Genre Savvy girl she is, she proceeds to lampshade her first Magical Girl Transformation.
There is now a whole corporation full of them. Named ones include Stelle, Roxy, and Kotose.
MacGuffin: The Layton Vickles action figure contains fuel for the space-car. The rest should be lucky that Valka picked it up and that it just so happened to be of that specific player.
Manly Man Girly Interest: Despite being a male, Antola has claimed to collect Usukis; better described as the Barbie of Neopets.
Meaningful Rename: Lysander's (AKA Tandrak's) father, Ren Shaye, was connected to Tanner of Draconia, one of the first settlers in the Darigan Citadel area.
After learning of her powers, Ria begins to call herself Etoile. 'Etoile' means 'star' in French.
Mega Corp.: Star Corporations is very much a Type 2.
Wicked Rocket is a mix of both types.
Mind Screw: The Star Corporations arc started out as a simple Magical Girl homage, but ended up as this, especially for the newer players.
Mistaken for Gay: Ilsa assumed before that Lyvon was 'attracted to boys', despite Lyvon's 'obsession' with trying to win Timu over.
Tandrak used to ship Al and Bill together before it was revealed that Al had a deceased wife named Lia and two daughters, Baelia and Valka.
More Than Mind Control: The Firebrand brainwashing can only work if the subject has inner resent. Naturally, as Stelle disliking Faerie Stars was one of her defining character traits, she easily fell into this trap.
My Friends... and Zoidberg: There have been a few moments in which people forget that Layton is tagging along on the Star Corporations mission, leading to statements like 'the girls...and one guy.'
Name of Cain: Kaine is a somewhat rare feminine example of this. Sure, she's a girl, and a Magical Girl at that, but that doesn't mean that she isn't evil and insane. To make matters even worse, she's also Valka's future self.
Never Speak Ill of the Dead: After his death, many of the characters avoided mentioning how Tandrak was one of the most annoying people they knew, and often found positive things about him to mention instead.
No Fourth Wall: Never has been one since sometime at near the beginning of the roleplay, and there never will be one. The Author Avatar characters featured in the roleplay are practically main characters themselves!
Noodle Incident: While we know that Mirsha and Derlyn fought before Mirsha left the team before the first Altador Cup, but why they fought, has yet to be revealed.
Eventually Double Subverted, they fought because Mirsha made Derlyn's boyfriend at the time break up with her, but how that happened, isn't revealed.
Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: Tandrak, who has been accused by quite a few to being evil. He himself claims he's not evil; he's just annoying.
And Derlyn, who throws heavy objects at people at random. She is accused evil by quite a few people as a result.
Product Placement: The books that Valka finds, The Vickles-Shaye Battles and Winter Solstice Sunset, are real NT series that Raven is trying to pitch. Raven even admits in-story that they're Vaporware.
Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: Antola, as part of responding to Bill's attempts to have him and everyone else surrender: "THIS. IS. UNACCEPTABLE!"
Ret Gone: Laine, Chise, Kotose, and Xing are forgetting that Valka exists. Others may follow.
Running Gag: Every time a new character shows up, they try to find Lysander.
New character: Whatever happened to Lysander anyway?
Any of the major characters: They've certainly missed a lot.
Tandrak: *points to self*
Also, Zax getting put on a leash and Mirsha noticing it. Whether or not she gets distracted by him on the leash heavily depends on the situation.
Another Mirsha related one, she has a tendency to forget Turo's name, and Antola having to remind her. Sakura and Ciro have done this as well.
Yet another Mirsha related one, when she overdoes the shipping, someone (usually Derlyn), takes her off-screen and gives her a Cranial Eruption.
It has evolved into more Derlyn taking people off-screen than Mirsha being dragged off-screen. Mirsha is her favorite person to drag off-screen, through.
One of the slightly longer running gags is what the characters call 'Elbin Towsing', named after saboteur Elbin Towse's tendency to speak with an extremely loud voice (shown in the roleplay by extremely large text). Sometime after he had been killed, anyone who tried to speak as loud as him would be accused of 'pulling an Elbin Towse'. Considering how Ax-Crazy Elbin was (to the point he once happily impaled a sword through Tandrak's heart. he survived, though), it's no wonder that no one likes Elbin Towsing when the one who does so doesn't admit to it.
Antola's puppeteer, Moogi, often throws boots at characters for many different reasons; whether to interrupt them or just to be annoying. If Tandrak is nearby, he's usually the one to get the most boots to the head.
Similar to the example above, whenever Derlyn decides to throw a heavy object in a random direction, Foltaggio is usually the first one considered to be hit with it. Despite this, just about anyone is, and has been, a potential victim to getting hit with one, including herself.
Also happens to Lyvon/Timu when he reveals that he cares more about people serving him than love.
To the dismay of Zax, Rinok and Prytariel barely interact at the dance. All it takes is Rose offering Terry Painter tickets, and he instantly leaves.
Ship-to-Ship Combat: An in-universe example of this happens once in a Burger Prince fast food restaurant when Leera accidentally blurts out that Derbi had dumped Montecito, causing all the random, unnamed Neopets inside to begin a war between Monterbi shippers and various non-Monterbi shippers. Hilarity Ensues, especially once the canon characters also end up involved with the outrageous shipping war.
Shipper on Deck: Tandrak blatantly calls himself one, shipping plenty of different characters with each other, important to the story or not, however his main goal is to be this towards Antola/Prytariel.
Both Timu and Prytariel are these for Xantola (Antola/Xana)
Mirsha is one for Rintariel. (Rinok/Prytariel) She'll take almost anything that Prytariel says and interprets it as if she is in love with him.
Smarter Than You Look: Due to her ADHD, Mirsha is often considered stupid. She's one of the smartest characters in this roleplay.
Sound Effect Bleep: Windy uses this when Mirsha was talking about her estranged sister, who is later on revealed to be Derlyn Fonnet.
Spin-Off: Raven has announced that The Vickles-Shaye Battles will be largely a spin-off about evil Tandrak's sabotage scheme and will also explain how Valka and Layton (the only couple without a thoroughly explained relationship backstory) got together.
Split Personality Merge: Valeria agrees to this once she learns that the only way to save Valka is to merge with her.
Strong Family Resemblance: It's implied that Antola almost completely resembles his dad, Jaden, to the point that Jaden was cornered by a bunch of saboteurs, who all believed they were about to kill Antola.
Take That: How do we know that Valka's being brainwashed? Monday is stuck in her head.
Raven also uses multiple Take Thats to the past roleplay she was in. For instance, she specifically tells Layton not to go flirting with any ninjas and not wait three months to save Valka. This is exactly what happened in the other roleplay.
Talking Animal: Although everyone in the roleplay could all be considered this, Iago. In Neopia, Petpets usually don't have the ability to speak (like an actual pet), while Neopets can talk and do things like a human can. Subverted by Antola the Feepit; although he's a Petpet, he's still mentally a Neopet.
Iago is also somewhat of a subversion; while he can talk, he fills the role of The Quiet One more often than not.
The Cloudcuckoolander Was Right: In a sequence in the future, Queen Baelia thinks that Star Corporations has a mirror for changing personalities, since moonlight is reflected sunlight. Later...this is exactly what the magical girls find.
The Not-Love Interest: Prytariel; throughout the RP she interacts quite a lot with Antola. Leads to Tandrak believing they should get together, however Prytariel denies any romantic tension between them. Still fits this trope even when Antola hooked up with Xana.
Beta Couples aren't exempt from this: after he goes unconscious, Layton is revived by Valka.
They Called Me Mad!: Vitri Sitol (or in this case, Vitri Sitol from an Alternate Universe), who was thrown in Meepit Oaks Asylum (basically an insane asylum) for believing in a non-existent place called Jelly World, and... simply being crazy in the first place. Although, it is debatable as to whether he truly was evil and crazy, as it turned out he was being controlled by Xandra from The Faeries' Ruin.
Violently Protective Girlfriend: Lyvon got a double attack from Timu and Valka after insulting the earlier's boyfriend, and putting the other's in mortal danger.
If you mess with Elbin Kroe in any way, shape or form, it doesn't matter how far away or how injured she is; Fennywill whack you with her baseball bat. The worst victim to this would have to be Montecito; Fenny's baseball whacking against him in any place is almost a daily routine for the poor guy.
Recently, it was revealed that Mirsha's Start of Darkness was more or less caused by Derlyn calling Mirsha a jiyeon.
Yet another one happened. It appears that Derlyn's only motive for most things was to get closer to her mother. When she feels that she was never appreciated by her, she calls her out on it in a very shocking manner too.
Kaine: Sure, my name now may be Kaine Sparks, but it wasn't always. Before the accident, the name I was called, the name I was last known by...was Valka Vickles...
"I have a feeling that if you didn't throw that toy at me and made me afraid of Darigans for a while, and made me afraid of having stuff thrown at me (yes, I know that's ironic), which caused me to not rescue Mirsha, in fear of having the sports balls thrown at me, until it was too late, causing Mirsha to develop a few phobias, causing her to not rescue me when I was drowning about a year afterwards, because she was afraid of water herself. You really screwed up, and Ruko isn't going to let you fix that."
—Derlyn, informing Tandrak about what his actions (he threw a toy at a younger Derlyn, traumatizing her) did to pretty much traumatize her and Mirsha.
What Measure Is a Non-Human?: The clones in this roleplay are continuously treated horribly by Hassow, the leader of Star Corporations. As a matter of fact, he doesn't even care if Kotose, one of the seven magical girls, dies, just because he thinks she's expendable.
Actresses are sometimes called out on this as well by a few who feel that they are less than human due to their alterings. Due largely to Clay, Valka herself believes this, even though Layton is insistent that this is not true.
What the Hell, Hero?: Almadaira has a truly awesome one after Layton thinks Valka has cheated on him:
Almadaira: Well, maybe for the fact VALKA IS LYING ON THE FLOOR CRYING BECAUSE YOU THINK SHE CHEATED ON LYVON AND ARE BEING A TOTAL JERK ABOUT IT!!!! This is why I never liked Darigans!
Everyone calls Derlyn out on calling Mirsha a jiyeon and refusingto apologize for it.
Why Did It Have To Be the Faerie Stars: Stelle is scared to death of the Faerie Stars, Star Corporations' very own Quirky Miniboss Squad, apparently because they fight so hard that they gave her scars (and that was only in training).