Your own Crossovers:
edited 14th Mar '11 12:11:18 AM by SPACETRAVEL
edited 14th Mar '11 10:16:44 AM by Tjatter
edited 14th Mar '11 3:46:51 PM by AceofSpades
edited 18th Mar '11 10:04:34 AM by chihuahua0
- Jacob's Mind x Hello!: Both worlds are founded in very sick and twisted variations on the Rule of Funny, though what is probably hallucinatory in the former overlaps strongly with what is established to be "real" in the latter. The result would, therefor, be more than slightly confusing. Of course, the arc in the former where Jacob is in a coma after leaping off of his apartment building provides loads of possibilities...
- Jacob's Mind x Focal Point: The implied Cthulhu Mythos connections in both would most likely be the focus, (in particular the Lloigor, who seem to have built the mechanism and of which Bernie may be a specimen) though the psychological instability of both principals would likely take precedence.
- Jacob's Mind x "the epic": Highly unlikely, though as stated before: Jacob's subconscious is a very interesting place. Potentially hilarious, but also intriguing for the simple reason that both parties have very high weirdness thresholds. Makes more sense if one accepts a shared reality with Focal Point, however; see below.
- Hello! x Focal Point: Aside from the massive tonal clash... Not completely ludicrous, depending upon whether or not the time-stream modifications in the latter were contained.
- Hello! x "the epic": Considering how fundamentally demented both worlds are, it is actually not entirely unlikely that some variation on the premise of each could be happening in some part of the world of the other. Where in each is important, however: The former could only happen in the world of the latter at the fringes of civilisation, and vice-versa. Plus, there's the whole matter of species, but that could be considered a kind of cosmic Translation Convention... Simply put: Crazy Awesome.
- Focal Point x "the epic": If one were to accept the "time-machine" from the former as a specialised variant upon the portals from the latter, this is actually surprisingly plausible. And, knowing what someone like Tiberius or Baraqel could and would do with modern technology, pretty frightening.
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