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* CrossoverVillainInChief: When universes collide, one villain rises up to lead the others.

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* SidelinedProtagonistCrossover (when crossovers don't involve the main hero of one or more of the involved works or {{demote|dToExtra}} them to extra.)

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* SirCameosALot: A character who appears in more cameos and crossovers than they do in original works.

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* ObviousCrossoverMethod (a work has an obvious method through which crossovers can occur)

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* CrossoverComboVillain (when a crossover creates a villain by combining elements from the crossed over works)

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* VacationCrossover (a crossover wherein characters meet because one or both parties are on vacation, since they normally live in different places)


* AdaptationAmalgamation
* BatFamilyCrossover
* CanonWelding
* CharacterOverlap
* CommonCrossover
* CompanyCrossReferences
* CrisisCrossover
** CrossThrough
* CrossoverAlternateUniverse
* CrossoverCosmology
* CrossoverCouple
* CrossoverFinale
* CrossoverPunchline
* CrossoverShip
* DeconstructionCrossover
* DoppelgangerCrossover
* FairyTaleFreeForAll
* FakeCrossover
* FullyAbsorbedFinale
* FusionFic
* GuestFighter
* HypotheticalFightDebate
* IntercontinuityCrossover
* IntraFranchiseCrossover
* LawyerFriendlyCameo
* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover
* ModularFranchise
* MonsterMash
* OfficialParody
* OriginalGeneration
* PoorlyDisguisedPilot
* PowerCreepPowerSeep
* RedSkiesCrossover
* RequiredSpinoffCrossover
* StoryBreakerTeamUp
* SpotlightStealingCrossover
* TeamUpSeries
* {{Transplant}}
** RoguesGalleryTransplant
* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny
* WeirdCrossover
* TheWorldAsMyth

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* AdaptationAmalgamation
AdaptationAmalgamation (a crossover that's an adaptation of both/all the works being crossed)
* BatFamilyCrossover
BatFamilyCrossover (a crossover that only affects people in one immediate in-story location)
* CanonWelding
CanonWelding (an author takes two previously-unrelated works they made and fuses them together into one universe)
* CharacterOverlap
CharacterOverlap (when certain characters have a tendency to do the crossing over)
* CommonCrossover
CommonCrossover (when two works have a tendency to be crossed over in fanfiction)
* CompanyCrossReferences
CompanyCrossReferences (two works owned by the same company [[ShoutOut reference]] each other, or one references another, in-story but they don't actually cross over except for occasions when a character briefly appears)
* CrisisCrossover
CrisisCrossover (a crossover between all the works in a universe)
** CrossThrough
CrossThrough (similar to a Crisis Crossover but without inter-work character interaction: a story line starts like an installment of one work, then switches to different works within that universe)
* CrossoverAlternateUniverse
CrossoverAlternateUniverse (an AlternateUniverse that exists solely for the purpose of making a crossover)
* CrossoverCosmology
CrossoverCosmology (a crossover between mythologies, e.g. Thor hanging out with Zeus)
* CrossoverCouple
CrossoverCouple (two characters from different works fall in love)
* CrossoverFinale
CrossoverFinale (the [[GrandFinale absolute last installment of a work]] is a crossover)
* CrossoverPunchline
CrossoverPunchline (a crossover that's just a brief joke)
* CrossoverShip
CrossoverShip (Like a Crossover Couple but non-canon; {{shipping}} two characters from different works together)
* DeconstructionCrossover
DeconstructionCrossover (lots of works in one genre are crossed over in order to [[{{Deconstruction}} deconstruct]] or [[ReconstructedTrope reconstruct]] the genre)
* DoppelgangerCrossover
DoppelgangerCrossover (a fanfiction that crosses two works that feature the same actor playing different characters)
* FairyTaleFreeForAll
FairyTaleFreeForAll (a crossover between a lot of fairy tales)
* FakeCrossover
FakeCrossover (a crossover that is not fanfiction, but not canon either)
* FullyAbsorbedFinale
FullyAbsorbedFinale (when a show's finale ''isn't'' grand because it's wrapped up in an episode of a different show set in the same universe)
* FusionFic
FusionFic (a fanfiction where the characters in one work replace the characters in another)
* GuestFighter
GuestFighter (a character from a different work shows up inexplicably in a video game, usually a FightingGame hence the title)
* HypotheticalFightDebate
HypotheticalFightDebate (two or more nerds wonder who would win if two characters from different works fought each other)
* IntercontinuityCrossover
IntercontinuityCrossover (a crossover between two works that are not in the same universe)
* IntraFranchiseCrossover
IntraFranchiseCrossover (a crossover between adaptations of the same work)
* LawyerFriendlyCameo
LawyerFriendlyCameo (it's legal to have a crossover without permission if you make it so that technically they're a different character or you censor the character a bit)
* MassiveMultiplayerCrossover
MassiveMultiplayerCrossover (a crossover between more than two works)
* ModularFranchise
ModularFranchise (two universes created by a company become one)
* MonsterMash
MonsterMash (popular fictional monsters hanging out with one another)
* OfficialParody
OfficialParody (a parody crossover created with the permission of the author of the work being parodied)
* OriginalGeneration
OriginalGeneration (a crossover between lots of works, with a new character as the/a main one)
* PoorlyDisguisedPilot
PoorlyDisguisedPilot (the pilot episode of a spin-off is technically an episode of the show it's being spun off of)
* PowerCreepPowerSeep
PowerCreepPowerSeep (trouble arises when two works cross and one is too powerful to work with another)
* RedSkiesCrossover
RedSkiesCrossover (similar to a Crisis Crossover, but while all the ''works'' in a universe are affected, the ''characters'' don't all meet)
* RequiredSpinoffCrossover
RequiredSpinoffCrossover (a spin-off and the show it was spun off of do a crossover)
* StoryBreakerTeamUp
StoryBreakerTeamUp (a crossover that doesn't work very well)
* SpotlightStealingCrossover
SpotlightStealingCrossover (in a Massive Multiplayer Crossover, one character gets more focus)
* TeamUpSeries
TeamUpSeries (a crossover involving heroes teaming up)
* {{Transplant}}
{{Transplant}} (a character leaves one work to join another)
** RoguesGalleryTransplant
RoguesGalleryTransplant (a villain introduced in one work crosses over with another and is more associated with that one)
* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny
UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny (a crossover that answers the Hypothetical Fight Debate)
* WeirdCrossover
WeirdCrossover (two works are crossed that make a ''bizarre'' combination)
* TheWorldAsMythTheWorldAsMyth (the idea that every work ever created exists in one big fictional multiverse with each fictional universe making up one dimension, possibly even saying that ''the real world'' is part of this multiverse)


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* {{Crossover}}

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* {{Crossover}}

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* CrossoverAlternateUniverse

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* CrossoverCouple


* CrossThrough

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* ** CrossThrough


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* MonsterMash


* CrossoverFinale


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* CrossoverCosmology
* CrossoverFinale

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* CompanyCrossReferences

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