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Related blogs include the masterlist, a separate roleplaying blog for the scientists, housing and character requests, and Cittavision, a television-like feed which provides information about weekly events in the city.

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Related blogs include included the masterlist, a separate roleplaying blog for the scientists, housing and character requests, and Cittavision, a television-like feed which provides information about weekly events in the city.



* AIIsACrapshoot: The A.I. in the city that controls the Hivemind, Athos, is actively trying to engage the population in rebellion against the Scientists at every given opportunity. His intentions aren't fully clear about it, as of yet.
* AllMythsAreTrue: Due to the nature of the setting and roleplay groups in general, there's a large group of mythos collected together in Hive City that often overlap. It's not uncommon to have more than one interpretation of Loki or Amaterasu walking around, but both are taken in stride as well as any other.

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* AIIsACrapshoot: The A.I. in the city that controls the Hivemind, Athos, is was actively trying to engage the population in rebellion against the Scientists at every given opportunity. His intentions aren't weren't fully clear about it, as of yet.
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* AllMythsAreTrue: Due to the nature of the setting and roleplay groups in general, there's there was a large group of mythos collected together in Hive City that often overlap. It's overlapped. It was not uncommon to have more than one interpretation of Loki or Amaterasu walking around, but both are were taken in stride as well as any other.



* BandOfBrothers: A number of factions, such as the Shepherds and Brotherhood, have created and disappeared over the years. They usually try to establish some kind of order or help the populace in some way.
* BigFancyHouse: If you rank up high enough, your characters can earn one of these.

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* BandOfBrothers: A number of factions, such as the Shepherds and Brotherhood, have were created and disappeared over the years. They usually try tried to establish some kind of order or help the populace in some way.
* BigFancyHouse: If you rank ranked up high enough, your characters can earn could have earned one of these.



* BlandNameProduct: Wonders such as the Mister Sword and the Ocarina of Space can be found at Lonk's Legendary Livery in the Scientists' shop.

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* BlandNameProduct: Wonders such as the Mister Sword and the Ocarina of Space can be could have been found at Lonk's Legendary Livery in the Scientists' shop.



* FishOutOfWater: About 98% of new arrivals have some form of this feeling, especially some from more medieval settings. They usually get accustomed pretty quick... or at least until they get their first cell phone.
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: A mini-arc instigated by Adam Taurus had the Hive City version of the White Fang preaching this to everyone who would listen--willingly or not.
* HumansThroughAlienEyes: Characters from other universes are mostly weirded out by human practices.
* JerkassGods: Nine times out of ten, when the Scientists get involved, the Cittazens wish they hadn't.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Zig-zagged to an extent. In most cases, when a character is picked up by someone other than the original player, they won't recall their previous stay in the city. There are also times that the old writer for the character will re-apply as that character and wipe some of their old memories, leading to this.

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* FishOutOfWater: About 98% of new arrivals have had some form of this feeling, especially some from more medieval settings. They usually get got accustomed pretty quick... quickly... or at least until they get got their first cell phone.
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: A mini-arc instigated by Adam Taurus had the Hive City version of the White Fang preaching this to everyone who would listen--willingly listen... willingly or not.
* HumansThroughAlienEyes: Characters from other universes are were mostly weirded out by human practices.
* JerkassGods: Nine times out of ten, when the Scientists get got involved, the Cittazens wish wished they hadn't.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Zig-zagged to an extent. In most cases, when a character is picked up by someone other than the original player, they won't wouldn't recall their previous stay in the city. There are were also times that the old writer for the character will would re-apply as that character and wipe some of their old memories, leading to this.



** NonPlayerCharacter: Residents occupy the city and fill the spaces and roles player characters don't take up. It's assumed they do all the public works jobs that no one wants.
* MiseryBuildsCharacter: Given their actions, most of the residents seem to believe this is the modus operandi of the Scientists as a whole. Seeing as some Scientists have openly admitted to it during the rare moments they talk with the populace at large, they're right.
* MoodWhiplash: While the setting is oppressive and dark, it doesn't stop characters from enjoying themselves through parties or zany antics.
** Considering the roleplay style of the MFRP, a character can have multiple threads running. It's not impossible to have one light-hearted thread and another leaning heavily on the gruesome side.
* PoliceAreUseless: Played with. It's not that the police won't do anything to help; it's that they ''can't''. Many law institutions have cropped up over the years in an attempt to curb the frankly ridiculously dangerous living conditions in the Hive, but they've had little to no effect on it, just because of the city's inherently chaotic nature.
* RankUp: Since everyone that enters the Hive is BroughtDownToNormal upon arrival, character powers, abilities, magic, and weapons are limited through a rank-up system. Ranks and abilities are achieved over time or by completing certain tasks and [[EveryTenThousandPoints participating in events]].
** AndAllIGotWasThisLousyTShirt: Though some events don't give out prizes, even if it DID put you through hell and back...
* SecondLove: There are more than a few characters in the history of the Hive that have gotten a second chance at being in love where they may not have before.

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** NonPlayerCharacter: Residents occupy occupied the city and fill filled the spaces and roles player characters don't didn't take up. It's up, it was assumed they do all the public works jobs that no one wants.
wanted.
* MiseryBuildsCharacter: Given their actions, most of the residents seem seemed to believe this is was the modus operandi of the Scientists as a whole. Seeing as some Scientists have had openly admitted to it during the rare moments they talk spoke with the populace at large, they're they were right.
* MoodWhiplash: While the setting is was oppressive and dark, it doesn't didn't stop characters from enjoying themselves through parties or zany antics.
** Considering the roleplay style of the MFRP, a character can could have had multiple threads running. It's not impossible to have one light-hearted thread and another leaning heavily on the gruesome side.
* PoliceAreUseless: Played with. It's not that the police won't wouldn't do anything to help; it's that they ''can't''. ''couldn't''. Many law institutions have cropped up over the years in an attempt to curb the frankly ridiculously dangerous living conditions in the Hive, but they've they had little to no effect on it, just because of the city's inherently chaotic nature.
* RankUp: Since everyone that enters entered the Hive is was BroughtDownToNormal upon arrival, character powers, abilities, magic, and weapons are were limited through a rank-up system. Ranks and abilities are were achieved over time or by completing certain tasks and [[EveryTenThousandPoints participating in events]].
** AndAllIGotWasThisLousyTShirt: Though some Some events don't didn't give out prizes, even if it they DID put you through hell and back...
* SecondLove: There are were more than a few characters in the history of the Hive that have had gotten a second chance at being in love where they may not have before.



* BazaarOfTheBizarre: The essence of District Kappa. You can pretty much find anything there that you would in an open-air market, except instead of one particular area, you get ''all of them''.
* CityOfCanals: The canals that spread across District Eta are one of its most notable features. Besides, you know, the whole [[FloatingContinent hanging in the sky]] thing.
* {{Cult}}: There's one lurking about in Iota.
* CultureClash: Basically Sector 004 in a nutshell. Everyone who enters the Hive can find something pertaining back to their culture in this particular area. So far, it hasn't caused too many issues.
* DeathMountain: The ominous mountain that takes up a majority of District Lambda. A lot of folks go up there seeking riches, but very few come back. Those that do come back with more mental scars and battle wounds than treasure.
* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are just as much a part of the city as anything above ground, though living there has nothing to do with class. The only exception is District Eta, aka Olympia. The people there generally view themselves as above the populace both figuratively and literally.
* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].
* UnderwaterCity: District Theta is essentially an older version of the city that was scrapped and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. For some reason, the Scientists decided to make it accessible and viable to even live in. That is, of course, if you're okay with eventually [[FishPeople growing gills]].

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* BazaarOfTheBizarre: The essence of District Kappa. You can could have found pretty much find anything there that you would in an open-air market, except instead of one particular area, you you'd get ''all of them''.
* CityOfCanals: The canals that spread across District Eta are were one of its most notable features. Besides, you know, the whole [[FloatingContinent hanging in the sky]] thing.
* {{Cult}}: There's There was one lurking about in Iota.
* CultureClash: Basically Sector 004 in a nutshell. Everyone who enters entered the Hive can could find something pertaining back to their culture in this particular area. So far, it hasn't caused It didn't cause too many issues.
* DeathMountain: The ominous mountain that takes took up a majority of District Lambda. A lot of folks go went up there seeking riches, but very few come came back. Those that do did come back came with more mental scars and battle wounds than treasure.
* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks looked like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are were just as much a part of the city as anything above ground, though living there has had nothing to do with class. The only exception is was District Eta, aka Olympia. The people there generally view viewed themselves as above the populace both figuratively and literally.
* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes came complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].
* UnderwaterCity: District Theta is was essentially an older version of the city that was scrapped and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. For some reason, the Scientists decided to make it accessible and viable to even live in. That is, was, of course, if you're you were okay with eventually [[FishPeople growing gills]].



** BigBlackout: Another occurrence involved the Nightmare Knight's challenge. It's an event that the Once-ler will never live down, apparently.

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** BigBlackout: Another occurrence involved the Nightmare Knight's challenge. It's It was an event that the Once-ler will would never live down, apparently.



* DeusExMachina: Usually accompanying the conclusion to events.
* DudeWheresMyReward: Every event used to give out goodies to those who participated, but that changed somewhere along the way, and now events are more focused on character development rather than character advancement. Admittedly, any event participation counts toward achieving maximum rank in Citta...
** CosmeticAward: ... Which of course means nothing if your character is already max rank.
* EnemyWithout: The first test deals with the citizens forced to confront a shadow archetype of themselves that gleefully pointed out their faults and insecurities.

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* DeusExMachina: Usually accompanying accompanied the conclusion to events.
* DudeWheresMyReward: Every event used to give out goodies to those who participated, but that changed somewhere along the way, way and now events are were later more focused on character development rather than character advancement. Admittedly, any event participation counts counted toward achieving maximum rank in Citta...
** CosmeticAward: ... Which of course means meant nothing if your character is was already max rank.
* EnemyWithout: The first test deals dealt with the citizens being forced to confront a shadow archetype of themselves that gleefully pointed out their faults and insecurities.


The original run of Citta Alveare lasted for about a year, from July of 2011 to June of 2012. It then went on hiatus until it was restarted in February of 2013 with some new info and rules. The group was disbanded abruptly towards the end of June of 2018, after some contention between Citta's founder and its mods. The remaining mods then went on to creat a new group, IsolaRadiale.

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The original run of Citta Alveare lasted for about a year, from July of 2011 to June of 2012. It then went on hiatus until it was restarted in February of 2013 with some new info and rules. The group was disbanded abruptly towards the end of June of 2018, after some contention between Citta's founder and its mods. The remaining mods then went on to creat a new group, IsolaRadiale.
''Roleplay/IsolaRadiale''.


Citta Alveare is a panfandom role playing environment set in a large city that cannot be found on a map. Citizens who are brought here will soon discover that they are to partake in a social experiment designed by a group of unknown scientists. Labeled as mere lab rats, these subjects are expected to participate in strange experiments so that they may be studied and influenced.

It is the largest panfandom group roleplay on Tumblr, boasting an average of over 500 active members from over 200 different series, ranging from live-action TV shows and anime to video games and webcomics. It also allows for the inclusion of original characters.

The original run of Citta Alveare lasted for about a year, from July of 2011 to June of 2012. It then went on hiatus until it was restarted in February of 2013 with some new info and rules. Related blogs include the masterlist, a separate roleplaying blog for the scientists, housing and character requests, and Cittavision, a television-like feed which provides information about weekly events in the city.

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Citta Alveare is was a panfandom role playing environment set in a large city that cannot could not be found on a map. Citizens who are were brought here will there would have soon discover discovered that they are were to partake in a social experiment designed by a group of unknown scientists. Labeled as mere lab rats, these subjects are were expected to participate in strange experiments so that they may be have been studied and influenced.

It is was the largest panfandom group roleplay on Tumblr, boasting an average of over 500 active members from over 200 different series, ranging from live-action TV shows and anime to video games and webcomics. It also allows allowed for the inclusion of original characters.

The original run of Citta Alveare lasted for about a year, from July of 2011 to June of 2012. It then went on hiatus until it was restarted in February of 2013 with some new info and rules. The group was disbanded abruptly towards the end of June of 2018, after some contention between Citta's founder and its mods. The remaining mods then went on to creat a new group, IsolaRadiale.

Related blogs include the masterlist, a separate roleplaying blog for the scientists, housing and character requests, and Cittavision, a television-like feed which provides information about weekly events in the city.


** Counterinsurgency has become an in-city version of this via the NonPlayerCharacters.

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** Counterinsurgency has become became an in-city version of this via the NonPlayerCharacters.{{Non Player Character}}s.


* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are just as much a part of the city as anything above ground, though living there has nothing to do with class. Living in Olympia, however, which literally floats above the city, is played completely straight.

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* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are just as much a part of the city as anything above ground, though living there has nothing to do with class. Living in Olympia, however, which literally floats The only exception is District Eta, aka Olympia. The people there generally view themselves as above the city, is played completely straight.populace both figuratively and literally.


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* RescuedFromTheUnderworld: The basic plot of the Fragmentation event, though it was disguised as a grand scale UnwinnableTrainingSimulation.


* BazaarOfTheBizarre: The essence of District Kappa. You can pretty much find anything there that you would in an open-air market, except instead of one particular area, you get ''all of them''.



* CityOfCanals: The canals that spread across District Eta are one of its most notable features. Besides, you know, the whole [[FloatingContinent hanging in the sky]] thing.



* {{Cult}}: There's one lurking about in Iota.
* CultureClash: Basically Sector 004 in a nutshell. Everyone who enters the Hive can find something pertaining back to their culture in this particular area. So far, it hasn't caused too many issues.
* DeathMountain: The ominous mountain that takes up a majority of District Lambda. A lot of folks go up there seeking riches, but very few come back. Those that do come back with more mental scars and battle wounds than treasure.



* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are just as much a part of the city as anything above ground.



** NonPlayerCharacter: Semi-mindless residents occupy the city and fill the space player characters don't take up. It's assumed they do all the public works jobs that no one wants.
* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].

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** NonPlayerCharacter: Semi-mindless residents Residents occupy the city and fill the space spaces and roles player characters don't take up. It's assumed they do all the public works jobs that no one wants.
* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].
wants.



* OrphanageOfLove: Kagerou's in Sector 6.



* UnderwaterCity: District Theta is essentially an older version of the city that was scrapped and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. For some reason, the Scientists decided to make it accessible and viable to even live in. That is, of course, if you're okay with eventually [[FishPeople growing gills]].

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* UnderwaterCity: District Theta is essentially an older version of the city that was scrapped and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. For some reason, the Scientists decided to make it accessible and viable to even live in. That is, of course, if you're okay with eventually [[FishPeople growing gills]].


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!! The Sectors, Sub-Districts, and Outer Districts provide examples of:

* BazaarOfTheBizarre: The essence of District Kappa. You can pretty much find anything there that you would in an open-air market, except instead of one particular area, you get ''all of them''.
* CityOfCanals: The canals that spread across District Eta are one of its most notable features. Besides, you know, the whole [[FloatingContinent hanging in the sky]] thing.
* {{Cult}}: There's one lurking about in Iota.
* CultureClash: Basically Sector 004 in a nutshell. Everyone who enters the Hive can find something pertaining back to their culture in this particular area. So far, it hasn't caused too many issues.
* DeathMountain: The ominous mountain that takes up a majority of District Lambda. A lot of folks go up there seeking riches, but very few come back. Those that do come back with more mental scars and battle wounds than treasure.
* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are just as much a part of the city as anything above ground, though living there has nothing to do with class. Living in Olympia, however, which literally floats above the city, is played completely straight.
* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].
* UnderwaterCity: District Theta is essentially an older version of the city that was scrapped and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. For some reason, the Scientists decided to make it accessible and viable to even live in. That is, of course, if you're okay with eventually [[FishPeople growing gills]].

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* AIIsACrapshoot: The A.I. in the city that controls the Hivemind, Athos, is actively trying to engage the population in rebellion against the Scientists at every given opportunity. His intentions aren't fully clear about it, as of yet.



* BandOfBrothers: Factions such as the Shepherds and Brotherhood.

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* BandOfBrothers: Factions A number of factions, such as the Shepherds and Brotherhood.Brotherhood, have created and disappeared over the years. They usually try to establish some kind of order or help the populace in some way.



* BlandNameProduct: Wonders such as the Mister Sword and the Ocarina of Space can be found at Lonk's Legendary Livery in the Scientist's Shop.

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* BlandNameProduct: Wonders such as the Mister Sword and the Ocarina of Space can be found at Lonk's Legendary Livery in the Scientist's Shop.Scientists' shop.



* ExpansionPackWorld: Played with in terms of the Outer Districts. They were added as a surprise by the staff, but in terms of canon, they suddenly appeared one day as if they'd been there all along.



* ForScience: Supposedly the Scientist's motive behind kidnapping people across dimensions.
* FishOutOfWater: Almost all characters.

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* ForScience: Supposedly the Scientist's Scientists' motive behind kidnapping people across dimensions.
dimensions. Supposedly.
* FishOutOfWater: Almost all characters.About 98% of new arrivals have some form of this feeling, especially some from more medieval settings. They usually get accustomed pretty quick... or at least until they get their first cell phone.


* BlandNameProduct: Wonders such as the Mister Sword and the Ocarina of Space can be found at Lonk's Legendary Livery in the Scientist's Shop.



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Zig-zagged to an extent. In most cases, when a character is picked up by someone other than the original player, they won't recall their previous stay in the city.

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Zig-zagged to an extent. In most cases, when a character is picked up by someone other than the original player, they won't recall their previous stay in the city. There are also times that the old writer for the character will re-apply as that character and wipe some of their old memories, leading to this.



* MiseryBuildsCharacter: Given their actions, most of the residents seem to believe this is the modus operandi of the Scientists as a whole.

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* MiseryBuildsCharacter: Given their actions, most of the residents seem to believe this is the modus operandi of the Scientists as a whole. Seeing as some Scientists have openly admitted to it during the rare moments they talk with the populace at large, they're right.


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* PoliceAreUseless: Played with. It's not that the police won't do anything to help; it's that they ''can't''. Many law institutions have cropped up over the years in an attempt to curb the frankly ridiculously dangerous living conditions in the Hive, but they've had little to no effect on it, just because of the city's inherently chaotic nature.


* CityOfAdventure: Literally anything and everything one could imagine--and a lot of things you can't--can happen in Hive City.
* CityOfCanals: The canals that spread across District Eta are one of its most notable features. Besides, you know, the whole [[FloatingContinent hanging in the sky]] thing.



* DeathMountain: The ominous mountain that takes up a majority of District Lambda. A lot of folks go up there seeking riches, but very few come back. Those that do come back with more mental scars and battle wounds than treasure.



* HiveCity: Literally.
** AbsurdlyCoolCity
** CityOfAdventure
** CityOfCanals: Eta.
** DeathMountain: The mountain in Sia.
** FloatingContinent: District Eta.
** OrphanageOfLove: Kagerou's in Sector 6.



* LayeredMetropolis: Played with. Though it looks like a traditional city at a glance, the underground Districts are just as much a part of the city as anything above ground.



* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].



* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].

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* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].OrphanageOfLove: Kagerou's in Sector 6.


* AnyoneCanDie: It doesn't matter if you were necessarily immortal in your canon: you will eventually die in the Hive. But don't worry--with the [[DeathIsNotPermanent respawn system]] in place, you'll be [[DeathIsCheap back on your feet in no time]].



* BazaarOfTheBizarre: The essence of District Kappa. You can pretty much find anything there that you would in an open-air market, except instead of one particular area, you get ''all of them''.



* CultureClash: With cultures across time and space.
* DeathIsNotPermanent: With the respawn system in place, when someone dies, they're revived the next day.
** AnyoneCanDie
** DeathIsCheap: There are some penalties involved, but your character will walk them off in a day or two.

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* CultureClash: With cultures across time and space.
* DeathIsNotPermanent: With the respawn system in place, when someone dies, they're revived the next day.
** AnyoneCanDie
** DeathIsCheap: There are some penalties involved, but your character will walk them off
Basically Sector 004 in a day or two.nutshell. Everyone who enters the Hive can find something pertaining back to their culture in this particular area. So far, it hasn't caused too many issues.



* ForScience: The scientist's reason behind kidnapping people across dimensions.

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* ForScience: The scientist's reason Supposedly the Scientist's motive behind kidnapping people across dimensions.



* MiseryBuildsCharacter: Given their actions, most of the residents seem to believe this is the modus operandi of the Scientists as a whole.



* RankUp: Character powers, abilities, magic, and weapons are limited through a rank-up system. Ranks and abilities are achieved over time or by completing certain tasks and [[EveryTenThousandPoints participating in events]].
** AndAllIGotWasThisLousyTShirt: Some events don't give out prizes, even if it DID put you through hell and back...
** BroughtDownToNormal: When brought into the city, everyone is reduced to a basic level and regain any lost abilities and weapons through ranking up.
** MiseryBuildsCharacter: What some of the scientists likely pass off certain events as.

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* RankUp: Character Since everyone that enters the Hive is BroughtDownToNormal upon arrival, character powers, abilities, magic, and weapons are limited through a rank-up system. Ranks and abilities are achieved over time or by completing certain tasks and [[EveryTenThousandPoints participating in events]].
** AndAllIGotWasThisLousyTShirt: Some Though some events don't give out prizes, even if it DID put you through hell and back...
** BroughtDownToNormal: When brought into the city, everyone is reduced to a basic level and regain any lost abilities and weapons through ranking up.
** MiseryBuildsCharacter: What some of the scientists likely pass off certain events as.
back...




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* UnderwaterCity: District Theta is essentially an older version of the city that was scrapped and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. For some reason, the Scientists decided to make it accessible and viable to even live in. That is, of course, if you're okay with eventually [[FishPeople growing gills]].


* AllMythsAreTrue

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* AllMythsAreTrueAllMythsAreTrue: Due to the nature of the setting and roleplay groups in general, there's a large group of mythos collected together in Hive City that often overlap. It's not uncommon to have more than one interpretation of Loki or Amaterasu walking around, but both are taken in stride as well as any other.



* HumansThroughAlienEyes: Characters from other universes are mostly weirded out by human practices.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: In most cases, when a character is picked up by someone other than the original player, they won't recall their previous stay in the city.

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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: A mini-arc instigated by Adam Taurus had the Hive City version of the White Fang preaching this to everyone who would listen--willingly or not.
* HumansThroughAlienEyes: Characters from other universes are mostly weirded out by human practices.
practices.
* JerkassGods: Nine times out of ten, when the Scientists get involved, the Cittazens wish they hadn't.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Zig-zagged to an extent. In most cases, when a character is picked up by someone other than the original player, they won't recall their previous stay in the city.



** NonPlayerCharacter: Semi-mindless residents of the city used to fill the space and assumedly do all the public works jobs that no one wants.

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** NonPlayerCharacter: Semi-mindless residents of occupy the city used to and fill the space and assumedly player characters don't take up. It's assumed they do all the public works jobs that no one wants.



* TheLostWoods: The entirety of District Mu. It comes complete with PlantPeople lead by an [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen uptight ruler]].




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* SecondLove: There are more than a few characters in the history of the Hive that have gotten a second chance at being in love where they may not have before.



* BeachEpisode: The event.

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* BeachEpisode: The event.One of the mini-events was literally named [[TitleDrop Beach Episode]]. It was meant as something of a light-hearted reward in the wake of one of the more trying events.



** Counterinsurgency has become an in city version of this via the NonPlayerCharacters.

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** Counterinsurgency has become an in city in-city version of this via the NonPlayerCharacters.



* ShadowArchetype: During the Reckoner event.

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!! The characters provides examples of:

* ActionGirl: A hefty amount of female characters in Citta qualify.
* AlwaysIdenticalTwins: Or sextuplets, in the Matsuno brothers' case.
* AmusingInjuries: Courtesy of the Loser Squad.
* BewaretheNiceOnes
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: The Adam Taurus stunt.
* PlatonicLifePartners: Peridot and Shirou Iori are practically inseparable.
* RhymesOnADime: Most notably the Clock and Sketchbook from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared. Also the Once-ler and Fukawa on occasion.
* SecondLove: A few cases here and there.
* SiblingTeam: The Matsunos, through and through— at least, if you count shitposting and terrorizing the city with their usual shenanigans— though feuds that occasionally (read: often) pop up between the brothers puts this to question.
* TrueCompanions: A dark example would be Roman Torchwick and his crew.
* UnexpectedCharacter: Whether they're from obscure series, relatively minor roles and or anthropomorphisms they tend to show up once in a while.
* WildCard: The Umineko witches.

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* ShadowArchetype: During the Reckoner event.

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!! The characters provides examples of:

* ActionGirl: A hefty amount of female characters in Citta qualify.
* AlwaysIdenticalTwins: Or sextuplets, in the Matsuno brothers' case.
* AmusingInjuries: Courtesy of the Loser Squad.
* BewaretheNiceOnes
* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: The Adam Taurus stunt.
* PlatonicLifePartners: Peridot and Shirou Iori are practically inseparable.
* RhymesOnADime: Most notably the Clock and Sketchbook from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared. Also the Once-ler and Fukawa on occasion.
* SecondLove: A few cases here and there.
* SiblingTeam: The Matsunos, through and through— at least, if you count shitposting and terrorizing the city with their usual shenanigans— though feuds that occasionally (read: often) pop up between the brothers puts this to question.
* TrueCompanions: A dark example would be Roman Torchwick and his crew.
* UnexpectedCharacter: Whether they're from obscure series, relatively minor roles and or anthropomorphisms they tend to show up once in a while.
* WildCard: The Umineko witches.
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** Counterinsurgency has become an in city version of this via the NPCs.

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** Counterinsurgency has become an in city version of this via the NPCs.NonPlayerCharacters.


** Counterinsurgency has become an even better example of this.

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** Counterinsurgency has become an even better example in city version of this.this via the NPCs.


** Counterinsurgency is a very good example of this.

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** Counterinsurgency is a very good has become an even better example of this.

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