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Organization LIX (shortened to Org Lix for easy pronouncing) is a series of audio dramas with the Organization members, Namine, Replica Riku (Repliku), and DiZ as the main cast, along with references to other Kingdom Hearts and Disney characters. Created by Schala-Kitty and Orin Drake two years ago, they have gained notoriety for their off-the-wall humor and yaoi fanservice prevalent in all their work.

A veritable gold mine of tropes if you'd like to waste a few hours of your day. It can be heard at OrgLIX.Org.

OrgLIX also has a Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core Spin-Off series called "Crisis Perverted", with all that entails.


  • Ambiguous Gender: Marluxia is implied to be a hermaphrodite in "Pregnancy Scare," but it might have been a throw-away gag.
  • Berserk Button: Having his cookie's stolen in "Cookie Crisis" turns Gentle Giant Lexaeus in a force of Unstoppable Rage.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Namine, when being held hostage by DiZ. Demyx also falls into this, but it is very canon in his case.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Saix's voice actor, Dan, is Dutch and occasionally delivers lines in Dutch, such as in "Pillow Fort" where it probably goes over most people's heads that he calls Demyx "biscuit dick."
  • Bitter Almonds: All of the candy Vexen produces tastes oddly of almonds...
  • The Chew Toy: Tends to be Repliku, but everyone is equally likely to be treated terribly at one point or another.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: One of the many superhero tropes Lampshaded in the appropriately titled "Super Powers."
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Xemnas. Sometimes DiZ, but Xemnas is the permanent resident.
    • Demyx as well, but not quite as bizarre as Xemnas is.
  • Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon: Threats against other characters are usually humorous rather than truly terrifying, such as Larxene threatening to "make salsa dip in the hole where Xigbar's eye once was."
  • Depraved Homosexual: DiZ mostly, but occasionally Axel and Roxas as well.
  • Fan Verse: The audio drama version of this trope.
  • Flashback Effect: Lampshaded in "Rules" when Marluxia is aware of it happening during his flashback.
  • For Science!: The reason why Vexen does anything. Like making poison jellybeans for example.
  • Fourth-Wall Mail Slot: The forums have the on-going thread "Ask the Org" where fans can have their questions answered in-character by the cast.
  • The Generic Guy: Xaldin gets saddled with this label. Even the Characters page mentions that "his hair has more personality than he does."
  • Goofy Print Underwear: "Tear Cakes" makes note that all of Xemnas' underwear has a neon animal print.
  • G-Rated Drug: Played straight using Midol in "Intervention." At least until the end completely subverts it...
  • Jumping Out Of A Pie: One of the many takeover attempts Marluxia recalls in "Coup de Naught", which involved jumping naked out of a pie in front of Xemnas to try and seduce him.
  • Killer Rabbit: Demyx's pet Heartless Patrick is a cute Shadow with a little bell who loves tummy rubs until he decides to eat your face.
  • Lampshade Hanging: Done on a variety of different tropes - such as One-Winged Angel, where they're quoted at the bottom of the page with their lampshading. Another good example is in "Attempted Runaway" where Namine, in the midst of Calling Her Attacks which she has to do since the listener can't see any of it, asks herself "Why am I narrating this?".
  • Mad Scientist: Vexen, predictably
  • Miss Exposition: It usually falls to Larxene to ask what the hell is going on.
  • Mushroom Samba: Both cotton candy and Vexen's infamous "almond-flavored jellybeans" have this effect on Demyx.
  • Noodle Incident: There are several of these, but the best example is why Zexion is afraid of the word "Tiara." It's never explained, but any mention of the word will make him start crying and stammering out "I'm a pretty lady..."
    • There's also the time that Roxas did blow off a hooker's ass in Twilight Town.
  • Obligatory Bondage Song: Larxene sings one to the tune of "My Favorite Things" in "Adult Store".
  • Oh, My Gods!: Or rather Axel's exclamations of "Oh My Pagan Gods!"
  • The Power of Rock: Implied to be inherent in Demyx's sitar, but subverted in "Play, DiZ, Play."
  • Power Perversion Potential: Marluxia references his ability to make his vines do kinky things in "Answering Machine."
  • Rodents of Unusual Size: Charles in "Answering Machine."
  • Shout-Out: While you might expect having a reference to Gargoyles or Final Fantasy VI in the Kingdom Hearts fandom, it's not uncommon to have jokes about Dick Dale, World War I, and Jem tossed out as well. There was even a Peanuts shout in "Official Pie, part three."
  • Straw Feminist: Larxene in her promotional clip. She has several rants about rebelling against the patriarchy of the penis, or something similar. Her level of feminism though fluctuates depending upon the Rule of Funny.
  • Strip Poker: The subject of the first drama, however the game itself never gets started.
  • Surfer Dude: Xigbar, usually played up for effect.
  • Time-Travel Tense Trouble: Present in both the title and the plot of "Back to the Future Present Past."
  • Totally Radical: Intentional subversion in Xigbar's 1980s surfer slang.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Xemnas and Pie. Similiarly, Xigbar has pizza and Larxene has cheesecake.
  • The Unintelligible: Lexaeus in the later skits. "I didn't know he was classically trained!"
  • The Voiceless: Lexaeus, for the first several skits.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Lampshaded in 'The escape' when Xaldin loses Namine after she tries to escape from the castle.
    • "A little girl's elbow, my one weakness."
      • No doubt a Shout-Out to what really happened in the game.
  • Whole Episode Flashback: Pretty much the description of "Rules" and "Coup de Naught." Probably "Answering Machine" as well, but that one is a little...odd.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Explains why the Org, especially Xemnas, act the way they do.
  • Zany Scheme: Happens fairly often given the nature of the dramas. Example: Xemnas attempts to give himself super powers by standing in front of the microwave for hours on end, forgetting that he already has fantastic powers in the first place.

Tropes (Crisis Perverted):

  • Author Appeal: Series writers Schala-Kitty and Orin Drake wrote a number of fanfics involving Sephiroth/Lazard before starting Crisis Perverted so it's little surprise that the relationship was carried over, though it didn't become explicit until "Not Straight."
  • Butt-Monkey: Genesis who will be left out of any invitations for sex and whose preferred literature will be put down.
  • Erotic Eating: Played with in "Birds and Bees" when Hojo notes how Sephiroth eats bananas. "You didn't even chew it. You just opened up your mouth... and practically swallowed it whole."
  • Fanboy: Cloud for Sephiroth.
  • Flanderization: Mostly for Genesis. Not like he doesn't deserve it...
  • For Science!: Like Vexen above, Hojo is also primarily motivated by this to the point where he will use it to justify butting into Sephiroth's life and his desire to "make glowy things."
  • I Want Grandkids: The driving force behind Hojo attempting to turn Sephiroth away from his homosexual lifestyle.
  • Leatherman: Sephiroth is referred to as this during "Not Straight."
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Hojo never quite reveals his status as Sephiroth's father, though he does get close.
  • Not That There's Anything Wrong with That: Standard line for Hojo after mentioning Sephiroth's homosexuality.
  • Playboy Bunny: Implied to be Hojo's preferred fetish.
  • Power Perversion Potential: "Sex Materia." Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
  • Sorry, I'm Gay: Played with in "Blind Date" when Sephiroth has to convince Scarlet that he is gay. Includes the Deadpan Snarker line of "I am gayer than a tangerine wearing a sun dress and overly large sunglasses. With rhinestones."
  • The Talk: The entire plot of "Birds and Bees" is about Hojo giving this to his son, Sephiroth. Who is certainly old enough to know all about it.
  • Transparent Closet: The entire plot of "Not Straight" is about Lazard living in one of these. Given how he and Sephiroth are seen comfortably shopping for groceries later on, he obviously doesn't stay in it.
  • Unusual Euphemism: Used and then subverted in "Blind Date" when Hojo seems to be coming up with colorful descriptions of sex and then refers to it in the most literal way possible. "Have you properly inseminated her uterus by inserting your erect penis into her vaginal cavity?"