- Alternative Character Interpretation/ Adaptational Badass: Satoshi Tajiri. Turns out he's Mew.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Several group members have become known for their sheer weirdness in storywriting. Spoonerdog123 has been nicknamed 'The Mistress of Mental' for her fine work in the field with the Ares and Just Another Story spinoffs, but some like Theeeveewarrior aren't exactly known for their sanity either.
- Memetic Mutation: The joke-canon series Just Another Story prompted a few of these, of which the most prominent is probably 'Hawaiian pizza'.
Man-in-crowd-4: Waiting 50 mins for everything should be a group meme.
- The use of the phrase 'You're one of them' can be considered this.
- Discussed in the Pokémon Showdown tourney after one of the users neglected the battle.
- Nightmare Fuel: Monster by the user Theeeveewarrior won the award for Most Horrific story of 2013 in the group awards ceremony, and for good reason.
- The story before this (Nightmare) is much shorter and much less horrific, but still pretty terrifying. Also, Unspeakable Atrocities and the original version of Subject-III's Story, which apparently had reviewers being sick upon reading.
- Pet Peeve Trope/ Discredited Trope: Some tropes were overused in early stories and still are to the point of becoming group cliches, and some stories can become a flat-out Cliché Storm:
- Stock Superpowers
- Spirit Advisor
- Non-Standard Character Design
- Invincible Hero etc
- Out of Focus (characters in early chapters being prone to never appearing again, even after getting a name.)
- Flat Character.
- Dreaming of Things to Come (as a way to open the story)
However, Tropes Are Not Bad. Some of these (such as the first three) are acceptable so long as there's a good justification.
- Seinfeld Is Unfunny: Some early stories in the group have been called 'rehashes of the group cliches' when they in fact were the ones that pioneered the concepts in the group in the first place, and are still ok thanks to the Grandfather Clause.
- Woobie: How much we're meant to feel sorry for the hero despends on the focus of the story and what the character's like.