Don't Name It is a HomestuckFanAdventure by CalamityCons, aka Calamity Jane. Like Red Dead Virgo, the series is an Alternate Universe where all the trolls have different blood colors.The story begins focused on Red Vriska, on the morning of her sixth Wriggling Day — and the day where she is supposed to begin playing a game coded by her yellow-blooded friend. While Kanaya wants her to be the first one in, Vriska is wary — she's seen these sort of cliches before. Doesn't help that these annoying humans keep pestering her, insisting she must ensure she enters the game before anyone else...Meanwhile, Teal Eridan learns he needs to be at his hive (or at least the remains of it) before anyone can enter the game. Maroon Gamzee starts having visions out of nowhere, which appears to be his game-related power — so why did it kick in before he even entered? And Magenta Aradia awakens and learns that the game will give her the chance to have the adventures she always dreamed of...Can be read at the following places:
Badass Princess: Magenta Aradia always wanted to be one, but her duties kept her from going on the adventures she craved.
Better as Friends: Aradia and Karkat don't quite fit into the normal quadrants, as they aren't flushed for one another and don't have the ability to pacify each other as proper moirails should. The closest description they can come up for their relationship is that they're 'like siblings'.
Beware the Nice Ones: Blue Tavros may seem easygoing, but provoking his wrath is a very, very bad thing. Feferi found this out the hard way.
Big Bad: Jade Equius, with Nepeta as his Dragon and Sollux as their pet Subjugglator.
But Thou Must: Eridan turns down an offer for a guided tour from a consort, and the consort simply drags him along on the tour anyway.
Cloud Cuckoolander: Teal Eridan. He forgets his own name on two separate occasions, deems soap the best thing he has ever come in contact with in his life, sleepwalks, and on top of all that his Dreamself occasionally trolls and gets trolled by the other characters, confusing everybody even further.
The Comically Serious: Azure Nepeta. Much to her displeasure, Sollux is her neighbor, causing her to become his keeper.
Purple Karkat and Magenta Aradia also manage this regularly, thanks to using the horrorterror lingo frequently. Aradia mentions in the narration that they do this delibarately to keep outsiders from understanding.
Emoticons: Jade Equius prefaces all his messages with various weaponry. A bow and arrow indicate he's casual, a smoking gun indicates he's serious, swords are for threatening tones and pickaxes are for manipulation.
Figure It Out Yourself: While the kids are trying to ensure everything turns out right in the game by contacting the trolls before anything happens, they don't offer much in the way of explanations. John Lalonde is particularly bad about this.
In-Series Nickname: When trolling, Nepeta goes by 'Athena', from her trolltag athenasCircumstance.
Lazy Artist: Averted. Calamity updates an average of ten times a day, all the images are drawn entirely from scratch, sprites are never used, hives are constantly redrawn consistently, backgrounds are used often, and the only time this actually feels like someone's hobby instead of someone's job is the occasions where she forgets someone's fins or makes a coloring error.
Mundane Luxury: Having lived as a hobo since the destruction of his hive, Eridan regularly marvels at things like a bar of soap or his dreamself having clothes that aren't riddled with holes.
The Nicknamer: Nepeta. Vriska is 'the Coward', Karkat 'the Suitor', Terezi 'the Soldier' and so on.
Noodle Incident: The last time someone tried to change Spade Regnant's mind about something ended in tragedy. And Cheetos. So many Cheetos.
Properly Paranoid: Vriska is very, very paranoid about having any of her secrets discovered, especially her blood color and what lies under her Eyepatch of Power. She's even convinced that there are hidden cameras in her hive, watching her every move.
Psychic Link: It's mentioned in passing that Karkat and Aradia engage in "chakra semi-makeouts"; Calamity has clarified that this involves touching their foreheads together like so and then merging their souls.
"Don't name it", "Once you name it, you get attached to it", "Put that thing back where it came from or so help me!", and "It's a work in progress; it's gonna get better" are all lines from Monsters, Inc.
Karkat tells Nepeta that everything is proceeding "according to keikaku", then clarifies that "Keikaku means plan" in the Dark Gods' tongue—a reference to a notorious Death Note fansub.