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The second wave of Multiversers are the Multiversers recruited after having their lives ended. Most, if not all, of them are from the same version of Earth.

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    Michael Verser 

"I WILL BECOME A 'HERO OF JUSTICE'!!"
Michael Verser proclaiming his ultimate ambition in a confrontation with Satan Verser.

Michael Verser, the "Aspect of Hope", the first of the second wave of Multiversers, and Duncan's protege. Michael is unique compared to other Multiversers after Duncan, as he is still receiving training from Duncan after going into his first world (believing its more fun to learn as he goes along). Another thing that makes him different from other Multiversers is that he still retains most of his sanity (possibly due to not experiencing eternity like other Multiversers), and as such is still the same as he was when he was human (though is starting to become a bit more and more like his mentor). He tends to put the safety of others before himself, and possesses a strong moral code. (Created by Hero of the Multiverse.)


Tropes Relating to Michael Verser:

  • Abstract Apotheosis: Michael, as the Aspect of Hope, represents and embodies the very concept of hope in the Multiverse.
  • Adorkable: While he's an awesome fighter, he definitely has his moments of acting like a dork. Especially when it comes to the girls he loves.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Has gained a number of these from his friends and loved ones, including:
    • Mikey (The other Multiversers)
    • Mike (Dexter Verser and Blue Heart)
    • Atlas
    • Spidey, Wall Crawler, Web Head, Tiger, Underoos, etc. (Many from the Marvel Universe)
    • Scott (Sara Ryder)
    • Smooth Operator (Arcee)
    • Ichigo (Everyone from Bleach)
    • Jaune (Everyone from RWBY)
    • Horny Devil
    • JoJo (everyone from the world of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
    • Darling (Miia)
    • Ise (Lovers from the world of High School DxD)
    • Red (Kay, in the world of High School DxD)
    • Shepard (Everyone from Mass Effect)
    • Bosh'tet (Tali'Zorah)
    • Foxy (Haku)
    • Sochi (Kushina Uzumaki)
    • Captain (Diane, King/Harlequinn, Ban, Gowther, Merlin, Escanor)
    • Dobe (Sasuke Uchiha)
    • Puddin' (Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn)
    • Master (Heroic Spirits)
    • Hero-boy (Taylot Hebert/Skitter/Weaver)
    • Deku (Ochako, Tsuyu, Momo, Mina, Bakugo)
  • All Men Are Perverts: Due to taking in the likes of Issei Hyoudou, Meliodas, and Sterling Archer, Michael has a very healthy appreciation to the female body. Add in his half-Incubus nature he received from Dexter, and he's a real horn dog.
  • Ambiguously Brown: After becoming a Multiverser, he gains a skin tan. Deepens a bit with the inclusion of a few of his mental roommates.
  • Animal Motifs: With dragons and wolves.
  • Anime Hair
  • The Anti-Nihilist: Despite his boundless hope and optimism, he isn't naive enough to think that everyone is a good person. However, despite witnessing humanity at its absolute worse, he never loses faith in mankind's collective capacity for good.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Due to taking in Ranma Saotome, Michael turns into a beautiful and curvaceous woman named "Michelle Verser" every time he's splashed with cold water (when he isn't blocking that out). He can also shift into that form at will.
  • Babies Ever After: He has a habit of having children with his lovers. This becomes even more the case after becoming a half-Incubus, thus getting a massive increase in the potency of his sperm. It gets to the point where at any time, his lovers have one to three children at minimum.
  • Badass Bisexual: He is able to hold his own in a fight, even taking out numerous foes on his own. He also likes both women and men, though has a preference for the former.
  • Balanced Harem: Michael holds no more affection for one of his lovers than he does any of the others. He shows an equal amount of affection to all of them so that none of them feels inferior to the others.
  • Berserk Button: Has a number of these from his travels as a Multiverser. This includes:
    • Fucking up the music of Biz Markie. He will wreck your shit.
    • Reminding him of all the people he failed to save, as well as disrespecting the dead.
    • Anytime that Adam acts apathetically to a situation. He knows that he's become desensitized to such trauma from the horrors he's seen as the Aspect of Time, but due to his own nature, that nature pisses him off enough to alienate the two on several occasions.
    • Hurting his family and loved ones. This is a surefire way to get an ass whooping, or worse.
    • Gary, the dumb NPC from Sword Art Online Abridged. Having gone through the near total loss of the Moonlit Black Cats with Dexter because of Gary's stupidity, the mere sight and mention of him can be enough to instantly send Michael into a psychotic berserk rage.
    • Rape (see Trauma Button down below).
    • Walter Padick/The Man in Black serves as a living, breathing one for Michael. Especially with his tendency to hurt Michael by targeting his loved ones.
  • The Berserker: Due to taking in mental roommates like Eren Yeager (complete with the Attacker Titan form), Michael has a tendency to let his emotions overcome him and turn him into an emotionally driven fighter. Perhaps the biggest, and most terrifying example, however, comes from taking in Akira Fudo from DEVILMAN crybaby; as a result, when overcome with negative emotions, he will transform into Devilman and go on a murderous, tear-filled rampage against any and all evil within his path.
  • Berserker Tears: A result of taking in Akira Fudo, especially when he turns into his Devilman form. If crying while in that form, it is probably the last thing a villain will ever see.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He's very friendly with others, as well as kind and helpful. Get him pissed off, however, and you'll wish you were never born.
  • Beyond the Impossible – Let’s just say he has a habit of breaking the limits of possibility...frequently...
  • BFS: Michael's sentient sword Masamune is a worn, aged odachi with a 5'1'' blade and a 14 inch hilt.
  • Bi the Way: During his time in the world of High School DXD, Michael discovers he is bisexual, after having fallen in love with and eventually making love to Gasper Vladi. That said, he mostly prefers women to men; and with men, he turns into his female form...most of the time.
    • Other men that Michael himself has openly romances include Dexter Verser, Nagisa Shiota from Assassination Classroom, and Haku from Naruto.
  • Big Eater: Some of his mental roommates have left him with an inhuman appetite.
  • Bio-Augmentation: Michael is revealed in Chapter 14 of MLTI VRSE to be a cyborg with parts that allows him to feel sensations like a human. Played with in that he has an advanced healing device known as the AVALON System built into his soul.
  • Break the Haughty: One of his favorite manners of defeating his opponent, especially in regards to the plans his enemies have spent so long working to achieve. In some cases, it can even send them into a Villainous Breakdown.
  • Bring Them Around: If Michael believes that an enemy can be saved and redeem, he'll take that chance. This has led to a few members of his harem involving former enemies.
    • Also played straight with Merlin from The Seven Deadly Sins, revealed to be the biological sister of Meliodas and Elizabeth.
  • Broken Bird: Male example, due to the Outbreak.
  • Broken Hero
  • But Not Too Bi: While he is bisexual, he generally prefers women.
  • Cain and Abel: The "Abel" to Dio's "Cain."
  • Came Back Strong: Thanks to his ascension to a Multiverser.
  • Camp Cook: Has learned a lot of culinary techniques during his travels, and has even become an ace chef.
  • Chick Magnet: To unbelievable levels. He has the second largest harem among the Multiversers, with Dexter having the largest.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: While Michael will ogle anyone who catches his fancy, he doesn't go out of his way to sleep with them, and is often ashamed of his inability to look at a woman or man that catches his fancy without thinking of them in a sexual way (especially when he's in his heat cycle). He refuses to look at others as sex objects, and despises anyone who does. He prefers to actually get to know someone before he entertains the idea of a sexual relationship with them.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Has this in spades, due to his belief that The Outbreak occurred because he existed, and thus fighting to make sure no evil is done in his presence again. This can also be used to try and save his friends and loved ones from potentially self-destructive tendencies/traits in their personalities, unwilling to see them get hurt.
    • Has a tendency to be taken Up to Eleven due to both his heroic nature and Serial Escalation beyond his control. He sees a young woman get ether ragged and taken outside by a group of shady men? He gets up from his date to beat them to a bloody pulp. A teammate is captured and about to be put through hell? Fight his way through an army to save them, despite the physical harm it will cause him. A city is under attack from a horde of monsters? Expect him to charge in headfirst to wipe out as many of the creatures threatening others as he physically can.
  • Clueless Chick Magnet: At first, and this is only due to his own PTSD from being raped by Viper/Madame Hydra messing with his mind for many years. He eventually starts shaking this off, however.
  • Cool Sword: Has a lot of them, due to his travels as a Multiverser. These include his original zanpakuto Masamune, Zangetsu, the Buster Sword, etc.
  • Cosmic Plaything: As a result of his many, many traumas endured in his earlier years as a Multiverser, he has begun to believe that he did something that caused The Multiverse itself to have it out for him. He isn't that far off the mark, either...
  • Cry for the Devil: Has instances of this, when he truly comes to understand his enemy and empathize with them, even when he's forced to kill them. This becomes especially apparent from his time in the world of DEVILMAN crybaby, where he sheds tears for those whom he can empathize with.
    • He can never bring himself to hate Ryo Asuka/Satan or Dio Brando because of this trope, even with all of the pain both of them have brought him in their respective worlds (which surprisingly earns him their love and respect/admiration, respectively).
  • Determinator: When presented with a situation where he must win, NOTHING will stop him from beating the bad guy. NOTHING.
  • Death Seeker: When at his lowest point, he can reach this level of despair. Even when not at his lowest point, many are afraid that he is subconsciously like this, as a result of the trauma that The Outbreak inflicted on him.
  • Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?: He managed to gain the affections of several beings that many would otherwise be wary of, such as Death of the Endless, Himiko Toga, Salem (RWBY), and Ophis. Unfortunately, he has also gained unwanted romantic affections from the likes of Ragyo Kiryuin, Tomie Kawakami, and Ryo Asuka/Satan.
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Over the course of his career, he has had many bouts with many an Eldritch Abomination...and whether on his own or with friends, he manages to wipe the floor with the enemy.
    • One example is in Young Multiverser, where he takes on Trigon for the first time in that world in a battle to save Raven from a Fate Worse than Death. He not only took him on alone at one point, but even managed to destroy his temporary body with explosive weapons. While this resulted in him becoming Impaled with Extreme Prejudice afterwards and beaten to near death, the fact he defeated Trigon while already near death prior to this is noteworthy.
  • Draconic Humanoid: Over the course of his lifetime, he has steadily gained many aspects and traits of draconian beings. This culminates in him eventually being regarded as a Humanoid Dragon, especially once Great Red gives him a new body made from his flesh. It reaches the point where practically every dragon recognizes him as one of their own, if not their superior/leader.
  • Dragon Ancestry: Played with, as due to having mental roommates such as Sieg/Siegfried (Fate Apocrypha), Arthur Pendragon (Fate/Grand Order), and Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen (Game of Thrones),
  • Dual Wielding: Employs this with swords, especially Kurotsume and Shirotsume.
  • Deus Sex Machina: Due to his life as Spider-Man, Michael has access to Tantric energy, which empowers him by having sex with others. It goes even further when he gains Servants in the Nasuverse, as he is able to make them stronger via sexual intercourse. When others find out about this aspect of his life, they are understandably jealous and disbelieving of his luck.
  • Dynamic Entry: Likes to use these in dramatic moments of a big battle.
  • Emotional Bruiser
  • Everyone Has Standards: He will not force himself onto a girl he likes (and abhors anyone who would use something like rape as a punishment, due to experiencing that for himself), and he won't take advantage of any compromised emotional state they might be in to get his rocks off. In addition, he does not like manipulating others.
  • Extreme Libido: Michael very much enjoys having sex, about as much as he enjoys breathing.
  • Fatal Flaw: His heroic nature. It can get him into trouble with those who know how to exploit it and manipulate him.
  • Failure Knight: His primary motivation is to ensure that no other universe experiences the hell that he endured during the event known as "The Outbreak."
  • Foil: To the majority of the Multiversers. He is the most emotionally driven of them all, as well as one of the more humble of the group. He has a strong moral code, and is horrified by a number of the atrocities he learns of that his fellow Versers have committed. He is also the most idealistic and unwavering in his ideals, willing to do whatever he can to save others and never stop believing in them; this causes him to believe there is hope in redeeming Duncan of his past crimes.
  • Fiery Redhead: Is this due to being in touch with his emotions more than other Multiversers.
  • Friend to All Children: Has a soft spot for kids, and is shown to shower his own children with love and affection. Hurting or bad-mouthing kids around him is a surefire way to piss him off.
    • Averted with monstrous and sociopathic children, such as Chara (Video Game/{Undertale}) or Assassin of Black/Jack the Ripper (Fate/Apocrypha); them he actively avoids or hates, and even put down before others are hurt by their actions.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: A heroic example. He was once a nobody human from another universe, until The Order ruined his home and nearly killed him after killing his family. After being rescued by Duncan Verser, he was turned into a multiverse-travelling, omnipotent demigod with the power to go to worlds that he thought only existed in fiction. As a result, he has gone through several events that would break ordinary men, and has come out of it as not only one of the strongest beings in existence, but a shining beacon of hope for all of creation.
  • Functional Addict: After tasting the coffee that Adam makes from his personal coffee company, Michael was instantly hooked. Now, while he can mostly function, he can't stand to go a single day (or morning, at the very least) without having what he believes is "God's brew."
  • The Gadfly: Due to being Spider-Man, Michael acquires his ability to talk the ears off his enemies and annoy them greatly.
  • Gender Bender: Due to taking in Ranma Saotome as a mental roommate, Michael fell into the Spring of Drowned Girl. As a result, whenever he gets doused with cold water (and when his powers aren't preventing it), he turns into a young woman (the form of "Ranko Saotome"). Includes the trope of Attractive Bent-Gender, as Michael is rather beautiful in his "Michelle" form.
  • Godzilla Threshold – He has an arsenal of weaponry and tools that is aptly named the "'Do Not Fuck With This' Armory"; by taking out an item from this armory, it shows how dangerous the battle is and how seriously he’s taking it.
  • Good Is Not Nice: After numerous taxing adventures and encounters, Michael remains a steadfast hero...but he is now more than willing to make harder choices to make sure his enemies don't retaliate against him. This ranges from harsher punishments to some, or outright killing to make sure they never hurt anyone again (with the latter, however, he only does this sparingly).
    • A notable example is when after Matt Miller hacked both Cortana and Akima, attributing the experience to a form of sexual assault. In retaliation, and to humble Matt greatly, he trapped his consciousness into a digital form and kept him around as a sort of A.I. program. He eventually let him back into a real body once he was sure the former gang leader was reformed, but he would never let him forget the terror of being completely at the mercy of a man he wronged.
  • The Gunslinger: Due to training with Dexter in the ways of The Gunslingers in the world of The Dark Tower, Michael is a very proficient marksman with guns.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Becomes a Humanoid Dragon at one point.
  • Harem Seeker: Subverted, as he didn't want to start a harem in the beginning; it just happened. However, due to a life without romance, and taking in so many sex-loving individuals, he came to secretly actually enjoy building up his harem.
  • The Heart: Is this to the rest of the Multiversers.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: Michael has close, caring companionships with his canine pets.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: Swords and other bladed weapons are his forte. See Cool Sword above.
  • Heroes Want Redheads: Has a certain weakness for redheads. Double this for redheads with green eyes.
  • Heroic Ambidexterity: Is able to wield weapons in two hands easily, and can switch weapons to another hand if need be.
  • Heroic Archetype: Quite possibly the whole concept of Michael's character. He honestly believes that the ends never justify the means and that lives should never be sacrificed to reach any goal. He has also shown that he feels deep disgust at acts of murder and feels remorse and disgust with himself for killing another, even if that person was evil beyond all measure.
    • Evolves in MLTI VRSE, when Michael declares his goal to become a "Hero of Justice," much like Shirou Emiya (though not to the extreme, as he states that he'll save everyone he is able to).
  • Heroic BSoD: The events of DEVILMAN crybaby as a whole can serve as this for him, specifically the events near the end.
    • Suffers a brutal one when Ruby Rose takes a Negatium blast meant for him, seemingly killing her. Thankfully, a recent power-up to her Semblance saved her life.
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: Has this in spades. Due to the Outbreak, and a taunt thrown at him by The Author, Michael has some very low self-esteem (even believing that the Outbreak was his fault). It only gets worse for every fatal failure he is forced to endure.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Him and Adam, Duncan, LaTrell, Kay & Zack.
  • Hidden Depths
    • Goes to many worlds filled with superheroes because he grew up with them, and dreamed of becoming one himself.
    • Is a very skilled cook, to the point where many receive "foodgasms" from his meals.
    • An avid book reader.
    • Has an encyclopedic library's worth of knowledge of many obscure historical figures, which he likes to make reference to (thanks to the influence of Sterling Archer (Archer).
    • An excellent sculptor, thanks in no small part to tutelage from Issei Hyoudou.
  • Hope Bringer: The man knows how to inspire others, even in the darkest and bleakest of situations. One such example being when he gave an impassioned speech in MLTI VRSE to Satan Verser, explaining why he would never give up the fight. His words lit such a fire in everyone, that everyone got a Heroic Second Wind, and even Duncan Verser reawakened a part of his old self and gained back a number of abilities. Considering that he is the "Aspect of Hope," this makes sense. It is even to the point where he strives to become a "Hero of Hope" for others to look up to, so that they will not experience the same despair that he did in The Outbreak. However...
  • Hope Is Scary: He has moments of this, as he is afraid that if he reaches a truly low point in his life, Hope would give him the strength to go on...and force him to realize that he has yet to reach rock bottom.
  • Hope Springs Eternal: Even in the most darkest of hours, despite all the odds being stacked against the heroes, Michael holds out the hope that eventually, whether that day or a future one, the Big Bad will be defeated.
  • Hopeless with Tech: Played with, as he can be good with technology (albeit only with the assistance of his personal Benevolent A.I.)...managing explosives, on the other hand...not so much.
  • Hot-Blooded: One of the more emotionally driven of the Multiversers, Michael tends to think with his heart more than his head.
  • How Much More Can He Take?: Due to his Determinator status, and being Made of Iron, Michael is able to take A LOT of physical punishment in a fight, and keep on going.
    • In MLTI VRSE, he lost both of his robotic arms, got beat and cut up, and was impaled in the torso. After getting a Heroic Second Wind, he later faces off against an army of Grimm, but keeps fighting despite all the damage he takes (even intending to go down fighting). When he survives that, he gets into one final brawl with Satan Verser, and is running on fumes...and despite his exhaustion, he is able to pull a victory out of his ass and beat down his evil self.
  • Hurting Hero – To say that he’s been through a lot is a drastic understatement. See Shell-Shocked Veteran below for more.
  • Hyperspace Arsenal: Due to having Noctis as a mental roommate, he has access to his Armiger Limit Break. This gives him access to the Royal Arms, which he is able to instantly switch out at will.
  • Idiot Ball: Prone to messing things up now and again. See Nice Job Breaking It, Hero! down below.
  • Idiot Hair: Subverted in how he has short, shaggy Auburn red hair. Played straight when he later grows out his hair to grow out a naturally shaggy mullet with nagaideburns, in the same style as his mental roommate Keith from Voltron: Legendary Defender.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Ends up getting stabbed and/or impaled a number of times in his career.
  • Incest Is Relative: A number of people that he ends up falling for and romancing happen to be related to the person Michael ended up taking in as a mental roommate.
    • Brother–Sister Incest: Played straight with Sara Ryder from Mass Effect: Andromeda, as Michael has Scott Ryder as a mental roommate. Also doubles as Twincest.
    • Kissing Cousins: Played straight, as Michael romances those related to him as cousins, such as Karin Uzumaki (Naruto) and Sansa Stark (Game of Thrones).
    • Not Blood Siblings: This technically applies to those that Michael romances like Alexis Verser and Blue Heart/Dexter Verser, due to him being related to them by the name "Verser."
    • Parental Incest / Oedipus Complex: Played with, as Michael is in love with June Darby and Kushina Uzumaki (mothers of his respective mental roommates Jack Darby and Naruto Uzumaki). Eventually, they return his feelings.
      • With the case of Jolyne Cujoh, it could be a case of "Grand-Parental Incest", due to Michael having been born into the world of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as Jonathan Joestar. Jolyne ended up gaining feelings for Michael/Jonathan, and ended up fighting for his love. While he initially tried fighting against the temptation of the Lovable Sex Maniac that was Jolyne, he eventually reciprocated her feelings and entered into a relationship with her (much to everyone's shock once the reveal was made).
    • Royal Inbreeding: A unique case, as when Michael ended up in the world of Game of Thrones and taking in Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen, he ended up romancing his biological aunt, Daenerys Targaryen.
  • Incompatible Orientation: Invoked, initially, in the case of Lena Oxton/Tracer from his time in Overwatch; he ended up falling in love with her, but couldn't bring himself to act on his feelings because he knew she was with Emily. Later subverted, however, when his time around her and aiding her in battle and in life causes her to gain feelings for the Multiverser. Ultimately defied, when Lena and Emily talk with Michael about the situation, and ultimately resolve it by becoming a polyamorous menage a trois.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Is this to his lovers at first, before he gains more confidence in himself.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: A good chunk of his powers all come from a tie to dragons in one way or another. All of these together can give him one hell of a boost.
  • It's All My Fault: Possesses a MASSIVE guilt complex, as due to The Author stating that he was in that universe to kill Michael, he blames his own existence on the reason The Outbreak even happened and ruined so many lives (including those of his fellow Multiversers from his world).
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: How did he become so powerful? By learning and utilizing many different powers, transformation, weapons and fighting styles, but never mastering them. This, combined with an unpredictable nature, makes it extremely difficult to properly fight against him on equal grounds.
  • Kaiju: Achieves a form such as this when utilizing the full extent of his dragon powers, especially when Great Red's power seeps in.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: He's willing to throw his enemies in front of the bus if he needs to. And depending on the individual, it can be with extreme prejudice.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Many of the Multiversers tend to think of him as this, due to his earnest, caring and heroic nature.
  • Large Ham: Oh, boy, can he be one. ESPECIALLY when he first uses his Reality Marble for the first time...
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Invokes this whenever someone hurts his loved ones. By this point, he's ready to hurt the unlucky son of a bitch back.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Acts as this to some of the more emotionally damaged members of his harem.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Loves to have sex with his lovers. He's also a likable guy, especially to those whose trust he earns (and vice versa). It is even to the point where his lovers actually like his perverted antics.
  • Lucky Bastard: How many people view Michael's situation with his ability to survive life-threatening injuries, and his situation with his many, many, many lovers.
  • Made of Iron: He's able to take a lot of punishment, and keeps going. He was able to keep fighting the Church of Blood's forces and Trigon, despite having been stabbed several times in the chest with a Negatium dagger, and only collapsed to a near-death state after the battle was over.
  • Main Characters: As one of the Multiversers, Michael is one of the main characters in the Multiverser Saga.
  • Magnetic Hero: Lampshaded by Duncan in MLTI VRSE, as Michael has a unique ability to get people to put their faith in him. Taken to its logical extreme in situations where others could become willing to fight for him to save him from a powerful enemy.
  • Marry Them All: What Michael does with all of the girls in his harem, save for those who wish to simply be friends with benefits.
  • Marshmallow Hell – Is subjected to this often, due to the number of busty lovers he has; and he certainly doesn't complain about it too much. The lucky bastard...
  • Meaningful Name: His first name, Michael. He shares the same name as the archangel Michael, the strongest of God's angels and his right hand. In many ways, he is the right hand man of Duncan Verser, as well as one of the strongest.
  • Meaningful Rename: His heroic codename when starting as a Multiverser is "Atlas," symbolizing how he would often carry the weight of the Multiverse on his shoulders by fighting like hell to protect it. When he began his time in the Legends of the Multiverse, however, he gained the codename "Prometheus" from Adam. His reasoning being that much like how Prometheus stole fire to give to mankind, he (alongside Adam) defies the will of the "gods" (i.e. The Multiverse) to do what is right.
  • Mental World – Has his own, in which his mental roommates all reside.
  • Misery Builds Character: He lost his family in an event known as The Outbreak, which unleashed an army of fictional characters around the world and killed countless people (including many of the second wave of Multiversers). And due to the worlds of The Author, who stated that he brought them to this world to kill him specifically, Michael blames his own existence on the tragedy. In response, he vows to never let another Outbreak happen again, and is more than willing to give up his own life if it means saving others.
  • Morality Pet: Serves as this to a few of the more morally ambiguous Multiversers (i.e. Duncan Verser).
  • Mr. Fanservice: Due to his training from many Multiversers, he is ripped...much to the joy of many attracted to him.
  • Named Weapons – Michael has his own fair share, including the ones he gained from his mental roommates.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Devilman.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Michael has become infamous among the Multiversers for fucking up the tasks he's given. Several examples of this involve his inability to disarm bombs despite taking a course specifically for doing so.
  • Noodle Incident – According to Michael, his first time with Seras Victoria after the repelling of Millennium’s attack on London caused her to become a bisexual nymphomaniac. All he’s willing to reveal is that the incident involved a ramen bowl...
    • A darkly comedic example is shown when he was sent to ensure a peace meeting with some warlords went off without a hitch..it resulted in the warlords and their entourage being killed down to the last man. To be fair, however, this only happened after they proved they were Too Dumb to Live, after they tried to take some of Michael’s girls for themselves...
  • Normally, I Would Be Dead Now: This trope gets invoked so many times it isn't even funny for him.
  • Not a Morning Person: He likes to sleep in when nothing important is happening. And when something is going to happen, his mental roommates act as his own personal alarm clock (though minus the blaring beeps).
  • Pacifist: Michael refuses to kill unless he has no choice. Even then, unless the person has really pissed him off, he does it quickly.
  • Oblivious to Love: Many, MANY instances of it...though he does eventually wise up, much to the relief of everyone.
  • Oedipus Complex: See Parental Incest down below.
  • One-Man Army – Naturally, especially with all the experience he has under his belt.
  • One-Winged Angel: Has so many versions of this:
    • Devilman.
    • Boosted Gear's Scale Mail Juggernaut Drive.
    • Nine-Tails Chakra Mode.
    • "Saitama Mode."
    • Shinso Vampire.
  • Orgasmically Delicious – Played for laughs, due to Michael having gone to the world of Shokugeki No Soma. Many who have eaten his top tier food have been reported to experience "foodgasms."
  • Papa Wolf: Is this to his kids, willing to tear apart anyone who threatens them.
  • Physical God: As a Multiverser, Michael is an omnipotent, immortal demigod.
  • Playing Card Motifs: His Stand ("Light Blue Hearts") is named after the Ace of Hearts from the Minor Arcana deck. In addition, his Brave Saint deck suit is the Spade.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: Knows a lot of pup-culture (especially with mental roommates like Sterling Archer helping out), and can kick ass easily.
  • Power Perversion Potential: Has a number of instances of this, due to the number of his mental roommates' abilities.
    • Issei Hyoudou's infamous Dress Break ability, which can be used for some kinky scenes with his lovers.
    • Naruto's Shadow Clone Jutsu...you can guess how that can be perverted, especially when his gender is changed.
  • The Power of Love: Can draw power from this, for better or for worse.
  • Rage Breaking Point: As his berserk mode is achieved by turning into his Devilman form, which he usually turns into when his emotions are pushed to their limit, he is bound to have some moments like this.
    • When Michael finds out that Koriand'r/Starfire was raped prior to her appearance in Young Multiverser, and is witnessing her about to be raped again in front of him...let's just say things don't end well for the perpetrator.
  • Real Men Cook: Is an expert chef, due to having gone to a few worlds where cooking is a primary skill to have.
  • Real Men Hate Affection: Averted.
  • The Red Mage: Has a vast variety of skills and abilities to use at his disposal, which he can use and switch out with on the fly. Assisted in this with help from his AI and mental roommates.
  • Red Baron: "Aspect of Hope" (gained upon the revelation of his Aspect), "The Red Dragon Emperor" (due to taking in Ddraig), "The White Wolf" (due to his association with wolves and white being his primary clothing color), "The Shepard" (due to his time as Commander Shepard), "Pathfinder" (due to his time as Scott Ryder), "The Dragon of Dragons" (due to Great Red and Ophis awakening and empowering his various dragon aspects Up to 11), "Hero of Justice" and "The Hero of the Multiverse" are among the many titles that he possesses.
  • Red Is Heroic: He is the "Red Dragon Emperor."
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Is this to many of the Multiversers:
    • The Red to Adam's Blue.
    • The Blue to Kay's/Duncan's Red.
  • Revolvers Are Just Better: His preferred firearms are revolvers, no matter the situation. His Gunslinger training with Dexter is especially helpful in this regard.
  • Robosexual: Michael has romanced at least a few lovely ladies of the synthetic variety. A prime example would be Arcee from Transformers: Prime.
  • Roaring Rampage of Rescue: If one of his loved ones or closest friends is in serious trouble, expect Michael to be leading a brutal charge through enemy forces to rescue them.
  • Rogues Gallery: He has a variety of foes who resent him or oppose him. This includes:
  • Rousing Speech: Is more than capable of giving these.
  • Scaled Up: Gains a scaly half-dragon form sometimes.
  • Screw Destiny: Refuses to believe in destiny, or the idea that a person's life is controlled by outside forces. This causes him to become a believer and advocate of free-will, which unknowingly lets him disrupt a major way in which the Multiverse works.
    • Unfortunately, this gives him no small amount of headaches when he travels with Dexter in the world of The Dark Tower, due to one of its main themes revolving around fate.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: His general outlook when confronted with the notion of taking the more corrupt path to a morally right path. He takes the latter without another thought.
  • Second Law of Gender Bending: Has a double that comes to love being Michelle Verser, to the point of staying as her to enter a relationship with Kay Verser and Dexter Verser.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran – Michael has been through thirteen different kinds of hell in the beginning of his Multiverser career. Starting from the end of his time as Spider-Man, he’s had to make several rough calls in his life, from having to kill mercilessly to keep others safe (Re:Monster, Light Novel/{Overlord}); fighting in a few wars, both covert (Red vs. Blue, [Project Freelancer flashbacks]) and overt (Halo; Red vs. Blue [Chorus Trilogy]); fighting in battles for the survival of mankind (Attack on Titan; Neon Genesis Evangelion); and even participating in a few wars to keep the balance of life and death safe (Bleach). The moment that truly threatened to break him, however, was when he failed to save a world he inhabited from the armies of Hell, save for a small pocket of humanity (DEVILMAN crybaby). The only period of respite he truly had was his time in worlds of clear-cut heroes (more specifically in the events of stories such as Transformers: Prime, Justice League vs. Teen Titans and Teen Titans: The Judas Contract).
    • This resulted in a temporary case of Laser-Guided Amnesia after landing in the worlds of Britannia (The Seven Deadly Sins), Westeros (Game of Thrones), and the world of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, after he consciously/subconsciously lost his memories in order to try and cope with the trauma. During those times, he unknowingly integrated and became the very people whom he merged with in those worlds. He eventually got his memories back, and managed to prevent himself from fully crossing over the Despair Event Horizon from his failure to stop Ryo/Satan. It helped that he had the likes of Masamune, Akima, Cortana, Zack, Dexter, Adam and Kay to aid him in his recovery.
      • In each of the worlds he ended up in unconsciously, he was healed further by his allies as they helped him in his endeavors, both in stopping the evils in those worlds and in personally giving him motivation to keep living, turning him into an example of The Anti-Nihilist (believing that even in the face of evil, good can still find a way to endure). However...
    • He truly found something Worth Living For in the unconditional love and kindness of Rias Gremory & Akeno Himejima (and the rest of his lovers there), alongside the friendship of Ddraig and the rest of the ORC & their allies (High School DXD), all of which managed to save Michael from falling to despair and becoming the next Duncan Verser. Following that, what reaffirmed his hope in mankind and his ideals was his simultaneous time in Remnant (RWBY) and his battle in the Fifth Holy Grail War (Fate/stay night).
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: Is this with many of his lovers.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Has auburn red hair. And due to Ddraig's influence, his eyes become a bright green.
  • Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: This is often a topic of debate between him and Adam, as Michael holds a seemingly endless amount of optimism and tries to avoid killing unless absolutely necessary. On the other hand, Adam always tends to see the worst in everything, and isn't afraid to kill those he thinks no longer deserve to live. These differences tend to cause their conflicting mindsets to clash, with Michael's idealistic heroics conflicting with Adam's cynical outlook.
  • Special Odd Hand: His left hand has a few oddities about it. For example, it houses the power of the Boosted Gear, one of the 13 Longinus which holds the spirit of the Welsh Dragon, the Red Dragon Emperor, Ddraig, one of the Heavenly Dragons.
    • In addition to this, it also contains
  • Spider-Sense: Literally has this, due to having Spider-Man as a mental roommate.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Aerith Gainsborough, naturally. Thankfully, her soul manages to stick around.
    • Same case, especially fate-wise, for Salem in The Multiverser of Remnant.
  • Stock Shōnen Hero: Has perfectly red Auburn, spiky/shaggy hair, appears generally as a teenager, and is determined to protect everyone that he can. His family was murdered by the entity known as The Author, and most of the city (along with most of its inhabitants) that he was in at the time was destroyed in "The Outbreak," leaving him with massive survivor's guilt and a desire to not let that tragedy happen ever again. He is firmly aligned in the Hero category (in comparison to the majority of his allies, who are either Neutral-aligned protectors, Anti-Villans, or Chaotic Heroes. When he fights for real, it is to protect his friends and loved ones. Due to his Hot-Blooded nature, he has a tendency to fight instinctively rather than strategically 99.9% of the time. Due to his Multiverser nature, he has merged with countless heroes across the Multiverse, allowing him to access their powers (while the heroes themselves act as guides/companions for him). This trope is averted, however, in one area: he gets good grades in school, due to him having all the time in existence to study (and recall what he studied with perfect clarity).
  • Straight Man: Prefers to act as this to the more quirky and/or outright nuts members of the Multiversers (to the point where he is disturbed at the idea of becoming like Duncan Verser).
  • Stronger Than They Look: Michael looks rather lean in physical build, with no other noticeable indicators of physical strength. Despite this, he is able to effortlessly wield a BFS bigger than he is like they weighed nothing, even to the point of effortlessly Dual Wielding them. In addition, he is able to take on individuals who appear to be physically stronger than him.
  • Summon to Hand: Due to his powers, he can summon weapons to his hand that he doesn't already have equipped.
  • Survivor's Guilt: Major case of it, due to the Outbreak.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: Due to his nature, he tries to save anyone he can. This has led to him sympathizing with a number of his enemies, earning them kindness from him. Much to their surprise (as much as Michael's), this eventually gives a number of them a chance to redeem themselves.
    • A perfect example is Dio Brando, Michael's adoptive brother from when he had become Jonathan Joestar. Despite all of the evil Dio had done toward him, Michael could never truly bring himself to hate his adoptive brother (much to the confusion of others). This compassion paid off to the point where Dio himself considered Michael to be his first true friend, a sentiment Michael surprisingly shared with him.
  • Taking the Bullet: Has a habit of taking an amount of physical harm to protect a person.
  • Tender Tears
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: As much as he tries to act as the Straight Man to his kooky group of friends, he admits to loving the chance to go overkill on many enemies, and will not hesitate to do so if given the chance.
  • Third Law of Gender Bending: The double he created that stays as Michelle Verser acts more feminine and sexual, especially to egg on her more perverted lovers.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: Invokes this trope most of the time, sparing the lives of many foes. The ones who truly bring out his wrath, however, will get no mercy from him, and he will kill them brutally.
  • Throwing Your Sword Always WorksJustified Trope. His personally made weapons Kurotsume and Shirotsume are basically made for this, due to being modeled after Kanshou and Bakuya in design.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He has a few that he loves above all else. Many are a result of taking in so many mental roommates.
    • Cheese/Pepperoni pizza.
    • Hamburger with fries.
    • Philly Cheese Steak.
    • Grilled/Fried chicken.
    • Ichiraku Ramen (via Naruto Uzumaki).
    • Smoothies (via Ben Tennyson).
  • Tragic Hero: Michael was motivated to become a Multiverser after witnessing the murder of his family, along with countless other deaths, during The Outbreak.
  • Trauma Button: Being reminded of the horrors of The Outbreak.
    • Gains a big one during his time as Spider-Man, when Viper/Madame Hydra tortured him—physically, mentally, and in a minute way, sexually—for several days in an attempt to gain his DNA to create a super soldier for HYDRA (or at least turn him to their side). This didn't end well for anyone involved once he was freed...
    • A bigger one comes from Ryo Asuka/Satan from DEVILMAN crybaby. The mere sight of him in another world is enough to give Michael traumatic flashbacks of his time in that world, and how close he came to actually dying for good.
  • The Unchosen One: He does not think of himself as a chosen warrior of light/justice, even when he takes in mental roommates who qualify for that position. While in part to his hatred of the idea of destiny controlling and dictating one's life, he is simply a person with boundless hope, who is in the right place at the right/wrong time. And that can make all the difference.
  • Unluckily Lucky: Michael often complains about the inhuman amount of bad luck he will often run into (to the point where others even start to blame his luck on things going wrong). However, this instances of bad luck can lead to new, better opportunities.
  • Wave Motion SwordMasamune, Michael’s personal zanpakuto. That isn’t even getting into a number of the other weapons that he has on hand...
  • Weredragon: Is able to turn into a dragon at will.
  • White Sheep: Played with. While the Multiversers are guardians of all creation, the majority of the first and second waves of the current generation of Multiversers tend to have their fair share of traits that make them merciless, distant, sociopathic, psychopathic, manipulative, deceitful, amoral, and/or simply crazy; extra points for the fact that a good number have their own dark pasts. Michael has the honor of being one of the few that, despite having a dark origin of his own, has primarily good traits that make him undoubtedly a hero in the eyes of many.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Has a deep fear of spiders (ironic, considering he is Spider-Man), bats (due to a childhood trauma), snakes, and many other creepy crawlies.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: A defining trait of his. He sees the good and kindness in the world, and fights to defend it with all of his being.
  • Would Hit a Girl: It doesn't matter if you are male or female. If you piss him off (especially by hitting one or more of his berserk buttons and/or trauma buttons), he will lay the smackdown on you.
  • You Can't Fight Fate – Works vehemently to avoid the idea of Fate, believing that it isn’t fair for someone to decide a person’s life for some grand scheme. This causes changes in many worlds, for better and for worse.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Played with, as while he is unable to go home to his universe due to the rules of The Multiverse, Michael has no reason to go home anyway, due to having lost his family in The Outbreak.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is referred to as being a perfect Auburn red, as opposed to normal shades of ginger hair.
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    Adam Verser 

"You wanna hear a joke? YOU trying to fight me."
Adam Verser.
Adam Verser, the "Aspect of Time," and one of Michael's closest friends. He also goes by the name of "Timeshifter," or "the Timeshifter of the Multiverse," due to him possessing the suit from the Timeshift video game, allowing him to freeze time for a moment. Not much else is known about him at the moment, other than his apparent sense of honor and willingness to protect the innocent and the weak. He likes to train by beating up copies of the villain Agent Smith. He goes by the alias "Shadow" when assisting others, as he helps them from behind the scenes. (Created by BioshockerN7.)

Tropes Relating to Adam Verser:

  • Abstract Apotheosis: Adam, as the Aspect of Time, represents and embodies time itself.
  • Anti-Hero: While a hero, this does not make him a nice person. He has mercilessly killed his enemies without qualms, but is still capable of showing mercy to others.
  • Batman Gambit: Due to actually being Batman, he is able to pull these off.
  • Berserk Button: He has a number of things which sets him off, such as:
    • Talking shit about America.
    • Disrespecting military veterans.
    • Rape.
      • Learning that Walter Padick has done this to Koriand'r/Starfire prior to the beginning of Young Multiverser is enough to awaken his Ghost Rider form.
    • Hurting or tormenting his loved ones.
    • An unknown individual from Adam's life as a Multiverser known only as "Spriggs". Merely mentioning him around Adam is enough to make him go from calm and rational to an Ax-Crazy Blood Knight in a second flat.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: He has a rough time admitting to true feelings sometimes, and an even harder time with trying to be fully supportive when need be. He openly admits to Dexter that this is a problem for him.
  • Chick Magnet: Due to being a Multiverser. Helps that he has a few mental roommates that can woo the pants off of his love interests, such as James Bond himself.
  • Compelling Voice: Due to possessing the Word of God (by taking in Jessie Custer), Adam has the ability to literally make people do whatever he says. Only really uses this power if he has no choice, or if the bad guy really has it coming.
  • Conditioned to Accept Horror: Due to seeing all manners of horrors throughout all of Time, Adam is left with a rather blaise attitude to many dark and tense situations, giving him an air of apathy.
  • The Cracker: To his enemies.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Deep South: Born somewhere in the South, and it shows in his accent.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Oh boy, does he turn into one when he trains someone. It doesn't help that he has Gunnery Sergeant Hartman from Full Metal Jacket as a mental roommate.
  • Evil Brit: Played with, due to having Lucifer Morningstar (Lucifer) as a mental roommate. Despite this, he's not really an evil person.
  • Fan of the Past: Has a love of songs and movies from the 20th century, including songs sung by the likes of Frank Sinatra. He even manages to get Michael on board with his love of the old.
  • Fastest Gun in the West: His time in numerous realities set in the Old West, and taking in people like Arthur Morgan as mental roommates have enhanced Adam's speed with a firearm to the point that most people he enters gunfights with are dead before they can even draw their weapons.
  • The Gadfly: Loves to mess with others for a few laughs. Much to the dismay of friend and foe alike. Helps that he has Spider-Man as a mental roommate, which seems to amplify this trait exponentially.
  • Good Is Not Nice: While Adam may be on the side of good, that should not mean he plays nice. He is capable of being cruel and merciless to his enemies, especially leaving them in a weakened and shamed position in order to make their suffering last longer.
  • Gun Twirling: Adam has done this more times than he can count. What started out as him changing his routine one day to satisfy his boredom eventually grew into something he had too much fun doing. Helps that he even does it whenever he changes the form of his firearm, Wild Card.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: Owns a talking Belgian Malinios named "Kennedy" that he absolutely adores (who also serves as Adam's Canine Companion).
  • His Quirk Lives On: Played with, as he keeps some quirks he had from his life as a human. For example, given his extensive time living in the southern parts of the United States, Adam has grown accustomed to, and to this day, still uses Southern slang whenever he talks to people, using words such as y'all. And despite his accent not being as prevalent as it once was, he still often speaks like a Southerner, using more than a few Southern phrases during conversations with people.
  • I Am Very British: Played with, as he is able to descend into what others refer to as "Angry Brit Mode" when he's REALLY pissed off (due to having Rip Hunter (Legends of Tomorrow) and Lucifer Morningstar (Lucifer) as mental roommates).
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: More than willing to do this to his enemies.
  • The Lancer: Serves as this to Michael, balancing his idealism with realism. Plus, he's one of the few people Michael wholeheartedly trusts with his life, and vice versa.
  • Lovable Rogue: Word of God is that he was designed to be one.
  • Loyal Animal Companion: Played with due to his status as Bayek from Assassin's Creed Origins, where he inherited his bird companion, Senu, who scopes out areas and points out important things to him.
  • Magnificent Bastard: He cooks up foolproof plans on the fly, can smooth talk his way through just about anything, and will not hesitate to mess around if it amuses him. Plus, he's pretty much been called both magnificent and a bastard most of his life. So why wouldn't he be a "Magnificent Bastard"?
  • My Sister Is Off-Limits!: Does not like the idea of someone in a relationship with any female family members that he cares about.
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: When he gets truly pissed off, Adam's naturally Southern accent slips into an angry British accent. See I Am Very British above.
  • Physical God
  • Plot Armor: Adam states that he has this, which is how he has survived for so long.
  • Pop-Cultured Badass: Like Michael, he knows a lot of pup-culture, and can kick ass easily.
  • Robosexual: Played with, as he is able to get along better with artificially intelligent life forms more than most people.
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: He does this. A LOT.
  • Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: This is often a topic of debate between him and Michael, as he always tends to see the worst in everything, and isn't afraid to kill those he thinks no longer deserve to live, whereas Michael seems to hold an endless amount of optimism, and tries his best to avoid killing unless absolutely necessary, which tends to cause their conflicting mindsets to clash, with Michael's idealistic heroics conflicting with Adam's cynical outlook.
  • The Snark Knight: Adam has so much snark in him, it's a wonder that this trope name isn't one of his many titles and aliases.
  • The Sociopath
  • Sociopathic Hero: In his own words, he is a "high functioning sociopath." He is also one of the good guys.
  • Southern Gentleman: Adam is capable of naturally speaking in a clear and smooth Southern accent when the situation calls for it.
  • Spirit Advisor: This is due to his status as Talion from the "Middle Earth" games, which in turn, merged him with the Wraith, Celebrimbor, allowing him to utilize the skills and powers of said spirit. He's also the most prominent of his mental roommates, as he's one of the few who can actually manifest himself in the physical world, though very few people can see him.
  • Skyward Scream: Does this upon the death of his sister in Michael's origin story.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Speaks in a deadpan for most of the time, and has a fair share of snark. Look past that, and you will find a kind person who cares deeply about others.
  • Time Travel: He's the ASPECT OF TIME. Time travel to him is what taking a shit is to everyone in the world. Fucking natural.
  • Tragic Keepsake: Has a few of these from when he was turned into a Multiverser.
  • Undying Loyalty: Toward Michael, Kay and Dexter, who he sees as his brothers.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Adam has an unhealthy fear of sharks, due to having been eaten alive by one in the past. Doubles as both a Berserk Button / Trauma Button for him.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Just as with the rest of the second wave, Adam is unable to return to his world, due to the rules of the Multiverse.
  • Your Mom: He once got into a "Yo Mama!" fight with Sebastian Blood/Brother Blood in Multiverser Justice. His team still has trouble reconciling that that actually happened.

    LaTrell Verser 

"To quote Eminem...why be a king, when you can be a God?"
LaTrell Verser

LaTrell Verser, the "Aspect of Power," is a young Multiverser who- like many others- gave his life to save someone. He was recruited by Michael to become a Multiverser. He also claims the role of "The God of the Multiverse." He is loyal, dependable, caring, adaptable, and responsive. Once his mind is set on something, there is no stopping him. He depends on his powers and weapons to help in most situations. He is good friends with Duncan (the King of the Multiverse), but has a fierce rivalry and strives to be better then the king. (Created by Multiverser Kronos.)


Tropes Relating to LaTrell Verser:

  • Abstract Apotheosis: LaTrell, as the Aspect of Power, represents and embodies all power in the Multiverse.
  • A God Am I: While not a villain as this trope usually implies, LaTrell is the self-proclaimed "God of the Multiverse" who loves to flaunt his godhood. Of all the Multiversers, he's probably the least secretive about his nature for this very reason.
  • All Men Are Perverts: Is shown to be an unrepentant one.
  • Damn, It Feels Good to Be a Gangster!: Played with. While he was a member of a crime gang prior to The Outbreak, he didn't really like taking part in the shadier stuff. He was even legitimately surprised when he unknowingly delivered a bomb to someone his group wanted dead.
  • Dual Wielding: He has two swords he calls Double Death which he uses at the same time.
    • Also applies to the twin pairs of guns that he possesses.
  • The Gadfly: Due to having Spider-Man as a mental roommate, he has this down pat. One example is when facing Admiral Zhou after being captured in Avatar: The Multiverser Story, he delivered a burn so epic, that Zhou's own men gave him props for it. The icing on the cake was when La Trell held up a sign saying "Deal with it."
  • The Gloves Come Off: When he gets really serious, he unleashes his full God Mode powers. This results in his speed, strength, and everything else becoming multiplied several fold.
  • Hero of Another Story: He often likes to do his own thing when accompanying other Multiversers to their worlds, with his own misadventures taking place mostly off-screen.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Is this with a few of his lovers.
  • Lovable Rogue: Comes off as one, and sees himself as one. Word of God is that his personality draws inspiration from characters like Yondu Udonta.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: To a tee.
  • Main Characters: As a Multiverser, LaTrell is one of the main characters of the saga.
  • Neighbourhood-Friendly Gangsters: Before becoming a Multiverser, he was once a member of a crime family in New York. Despite this, he retained his mostly kind and friendly demeanor.
  • One-Man Army
  • One-Winged Angel: He has two different versions of this: God Mode and Devil Mode.
  • Physical God: As the self-proclaimed "God of the Multiverse," he fits perfectly. Especially considering he is the Aspect of Power.
  • Race Lift: He technically gives this treatment to the identities of a number of people he takes in as mental roommates.
  • Stupid Sexy Flanders: Has moments of this in regards to Dexter Verser (which can result in him getting, in his own words, "a very confused boner"). Double goes for many of the female forms of his male Multiverser counterparts.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: La Trell is a tall young man with chocolate-colored skin. Many women are attracted to him.
  • Unstoppable Rage: He can delve into this trope, especially when he enters God Mode and/or Devil Mode.
  • What You Are in the Dark: During his adventures with Team Avatar, when faced with a massive attack from Fire Nation soldiers, he was left with the choice to save the team, or save Jet and his band of freedom fighters (or, in a bit of Fridge Logic, he could have used his powers to save both). He chose instead to save Team Avatar, and abandon Jet and the others to an Uncertain Doom (not knowing that someone even worse would recruit them by force to their side).

    Alexis Verser 

"I swear that's not my torture chamber."
Alexis Verser
"That beautiful woman is the most horrifying creature I have ever met, and I went to the Stephen King-Verse!"
Dexter Verser

Alexis Verser, the first female Verser and the "Aspect of Knowledge", Sexy Lexi (as she likes to call herself) is the team's mental powerhouse- as well as the biggest cum dumpster you can find (she has strict standards though). The only Verser besides Prime to not take on another person's role in another universe, as she refuses to live vicariously, she instead creates new identities from scratch to each world she goes to or just says "fuck it" and teleports there. She is a rather excitable person, with the libido of a thousand women and a bloodthirsty streak to match. She is the only Multiverser that makes Duncan piss himself in fear by her increasingly horrifying actions. (Created by Crazy Cakes 23.)


Tropes Relating to Alexis Verser:

  • Abstract Apotheosis: Alexis, as the Aspect of Knowledge, represents and embodies all knowledge in the Multiverse.
    • She is also the living embodiment of all magic.
  • Abusive Parents: Her parents from her time in The Multiverser: AACEing It are distant toward her, and wish to marry her off to Whitley Schnee so that they can gain access to the Schnee family fortune.
  • Action Girl: An extremely beautiful woman who is more than willing and able to kick wholesale ass.
  • Adorkable: Geeks the fuck out at a lot of adorable things and can be rather quirky (such as the idea of Zwei (RWBY) having puppies).
    • When she first meets Orisa (Overwatch), she glomps the Omnic, calling her a "Centaur Mom." She then excitedly tells Efi that Orisa is a masterpiece.
    • She also frequents places in Japan like Akihabara and Harajuku, centers of Tokyo that are basically meccas for the nerdy.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Due to the deep tan she possesses, she can come off as this.
  • Anti Villain: Due to the positive influence of some of the more heroic and idealistic of her family and lovers, she eventually started to rein in her more villainous tendencies. Now she works the fine line between a badass and a villain, and is striving to become a person who she herself can be proud of. Still, she is the most ruthless and sadistic of all the Multiversers, even managing to disturb Duncan with how far she'll go for her goals (or for shits and tickles.)
  • At Least I Admit It: When Ultron calls her out on her misdeeds and liberal use of Karmic Rape, she does nothing to refute his claim.
  • Babies Ever After: Likes having kids with her lovers, admitting that she looks sexy when pregnant.
  • Badass Bisexual: An immortal, nigh-unstoppable demigoddess with a penchant for romancing guys and gals.
  • Berserk Button: Has a few:
    • Hurting or threatening her loved ones and/or family.
    • Senseless violence/destruction/suffering.
    • A more comedic example is if she is deprived of McDonald's french fries. Doing this causes her to flip out.
  • Bi the Way: Is bisexual, with a preference for men.
  • Boobs of Steel: She has 36-J cup breasts, which due to her powers remain perky and bouncy. Something that doesn't hinder her in the slightest.
  • Buxom Is Better: In the famous words of The Brain, "Puberty was inordinately kind to you."
  • Casual Kink: BDSM.
  • Contralto of Danger: Has a deep, feminine voice, and is extremely powerful.
  • Dark Action Girl: Capable of kicking all kinds of ass, she is also rather sadistic to her enemies when it counts. Doesn't help that she has a berserk mode called The Queen of Rape.
  • Depraved Bisexual: She is a freak in bed and a hedonistic psychopath, but in her words "My sexuality has nothing to do with how fucked up I am. That's just me."
  • Do You Want to Copulate?: Has been impregnated a lot of times, especially by her Multiverser husbands (and a few of her wives, via Power Perversion Potential).
  • Easily Forgiven: Averted. The other Multiversers are genuinely disgusted with the fact that she is willing to sexually abuse others (especially considering her own past experience from being raped by Cinder Fall), and even willing to sell others into sexual slavery. It definitely doesn't win her any favors with her husbands and wives.
    • Dexter Verser is a slight exception. Due to being King of Hell in one universe because he took in Lucifer Morningstar, he has sentenced people to the horrible tortures of Hell many times. Though he has strict standards for who deserves what punishments, he admits to feeling like a hypocrite if he were to judge Alexis on using those punishments.
  • Ethical Slut: While she's the self-proclaimed "cum dumpster of the Multiverse" and will fuck anyone who strikes her fancy, she has standards. One of those standards is that she will not sleep with anyone married (unless invited to join in) and is respectful to her partners, whether short-term or long term.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Her husbands and wives are very dear to her. Hurting them is a surefire way to piss her off and make her swear bloody vengeance.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Despite her tortures and other horrible actions she commits against her enemies, there are at least a few lines she will not cross. One of which is fucking married individuals unless she's invited in. Another is having sex with a person that she actively despises.
  • Sexual abuse of children. Subverted in that for entities like Samara from the ring who are mentally and chronologically older than their physical appearance, and thus legally adults she physically ages them up to match.
    • Count Olaf seriously pushed her boundaries, to the point where she was struggling to kill him before she could legally adopt the Baudelaire children as her own.
    • She is also not a fan of the cast of Pretty Little Liars, and is actively seeking creative ways to end what she sees as sociopathic, manipulative, and pathetic excuses of human beings. When it's pointed out that she does the same, she admits to it but states that she manages to keep collateral damage to a minimum.
  • Evil Matriarch: A comedic example. She is sweet and caring to her children, but because of her Anti-Villain status, she is more than willing to make her enemy's life a living hell when provoked.
  • Good Bad Girl: She's on the side of good, but she'll sleep with anyone that catches her fancy. As she puts it, "Good girls don't do what I can do in bed."
  • Good Is Not Nice: Alexis is on the side of the angels, but she's no angel herself. She's got a torture chamber, a sadistic personality that she directs toward her enemies, and for the worst of those she captures, she is likely to turn them into sex slaves to whore out to others, or perform some...dubiously consensual tortures.
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Oh, boy can she be. At least, whenever she isn't pregnant.
  • The Hedonist: She revels in doing what she wants, and who she wants, whenever she wants.
  • Heroes Love Dogs: Alexis goes gaga over animals of the canine persuasion.
  • Anti Heroic Seductress
  • Hot Witch: She's got an hourglass body with 36J-cup breasts, and she's the anthropomorphic personification of all magic in existence. She fits perfectly.
  • Hypocrite: Cannot stand the idea of her loved ones being sexually abused, due to her own experience with being raped during The Outbreak...not that that stops her from sexually abusing those that earn her ire. The other Multiversers brutally call her out on this at one point.
  • Interspecies Romance: In romantic relationship with some non-human, sentient individuals.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Practices with a lot of dark magic. Zig-zagged, as since she is the Goddess of Magic in all of the Multiverse, she needs to be capable of using all forms of magic, both good and evil.
    • Blood Magic: A staple of her vast repertoire of magic.
    • Necromancer: The most accomplished user, second only to Prime Death (if his powers could count) she has toed the line between life and death, Heaven and Hell and is the leader of the Neo Black Lantern Corps, this time directly under Prime.
    • Ritual Magic: Often dabbles in this form, using it for a variety of purposes, from communicating with the dead to bringing Dr. W.D. Gaster back from the void in conjunction with Sans' machine and Winston's Chronal Accelerator.
    • Summon Magic: As an Umbra Witch, she is capable of using her hair as a conduit to summon demons from Inferno. She can also use conjuration magic to summon Daedra as her thralls.
  • Living a Double Life: On the surface, she is seen by the general public as a defender of the Multiverse and an Ethical Slut with some sadistic tendencies. These are only a fraction of what she really is, being an amoral magician and scientist who is more than willing to experiment on live human subjects and inflict a Fate Worse than Death on her victims. Understandably, she goes to great lengths to hide this side of herself from the public at large...
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Due to her nymphomania, and her dorky moments, she can come off as one.
  • Mad Scientist: She is prone to rather insane experimentation and has a oubliette of labs and dungeons underneath her castle on Terra Infinitas
  • Main Character: As a Multiverser, Alexis falls into this category.
  • Male Gaze: Has "one hell of an ass" (as she likes to put it). To her jealousy, she has to share this status with the likes of Blue Heart.
  • Mix-and-Match Weapon: Quartz Crown is a scythe/gun hybridisation. It also functions as a grappling hook, a buzzsaw, and an impromptu helicopter/fan.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Strives to be this while also being a respectable combatant and political figure.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: She is a MASSIVE geek, being the most immersed in fandoms before becoming a Multiverser. Add in her smoking hot looks, and she fits the trope perfectly.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: Is extremely attracted to some monstrous individuals, such as Alucard, Alduin, Sephiroth, and even Zinyak. She also regularly visits torture museums, partakes in mad science on a daily basis, and is overall a disturbing person.
  • No-Sell: Power copying of any kind, due to her taking measures against this. A prime example would be when Black Alice tried to take her powers...and instead relives Alexis's memory of her rape on a timeloop over and over until she's a barely functional wreck.
  • Not Blood Siblings: Her defense/reasoning to being in a romantic relationship with Michael, Adam, LaTrell, Kay and Dexter Verser.
  • One-Woman Army
  • Opposites Attract: A one-sided version of this. Despite their opposing natures, the anti-villainess and pessimistic Alexis can't help but hold an attraction toward the perpetually heroic and optimistic Michael. Unfortunately for her, he (with aid from Masamune) rebuffs her advances toward him.
  • Pragmatic Hero: Can come off as one.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Has rich, dark brown hair going down to her knees.
  • Rape Leads to Insanity: During the events of The Outbreak, she was tracked down and brutally raped by an unknown individual. As she admits later to Dexter, the trauma was the starting point for many of her less savory tendencies.
  • Really Gets Around: If the fact that the word "slut" is actually in her description didn't make this obvious, you're probably not old enough to be reading any of this, anyway.
  • Real Women Don't Wear Dresses: Subverted. She's a stunning beauty that can fight like hell, and loves dressing up.
  • Sadist: She really enjoys causing people pain to the point where a lot of people find her genuinely disturbing to be around.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: As a result of her rape in The Outbreak, she has taken to abusing substances such as drugs and alcohol (sometimes both at once) to cope with the trauma.
  • Sinister Scythe: Alexis' primary weapon, Quartz Crown, is a kind of mechanical scythe that can turn into a buzzsaw.
  • Squick: Is genuinely disgusted with incest, believing it is wrong to have sex with someone related to you. Treated somewhat as a Double Standard for her, since she is married to the majority of the male Multiversers (under the defense that they aren't really related to each other).
    • When she discovers that Michael is actually in a relationship with a few of his relatives from other universes...let's just say she didn't take it well...
  • Took a Level in Idealism: Let's just say that her time around her more morally positive lovers has caused her to reign in her more evil tendencies, and start giving others a more positive outlook. Not completely changing herself, though enough to be trusted by others.
  • Torture Technician: Alexis puts a terrifying amount of effort and creativity into causing her enemies pain.
  • Trauma Button: See Rape Leads to Insanity above.
  • The Trickster: She loves to screw around with people for shits and giggles. Especially when it comes to messing with her enemies and those who get on her bad side.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: If you're romancing any of her spouses, and they don't want any part of those advances, then she will threaten to do serious bodily harm...or actually go through with her threats.
  • You Can Never Go Home Again: As much as she'd like to, there's nothing on Outbreak Earth for her to go back to.

    Kay Verser 

"Desires can be both good and bad, in my opinion."
Kay Verser

Kay Verser, the "Aspect of Desire," and one of the three youngest Multiversers. Recruited by Michael and studying under him, Kay is a free-spirited person that does what he wants, often blurring the line between hero and villain. After meeting Iussum for the first time, he took the words 'Sometimes it takes a monster to fight a monster' to heart. Willing to do what it takes to defeat his enemies, this has earned him the title of "Devil of the Multiverse." Though his heart shows itself when he is with those he calls family and friends, which he shows with an honest smile. (Created by Fanboy of the Multiverse.)


Tropes Relating to Kay Verser:

  • Abstract Apotheosis: Kay, as the Aspect of Desire, represents and embodies the concept of desire.
  • Adorkable: As much of one as Michael, though in regards to Mecha, Dragons, and his projects. When he first meets Adam's dragon companion Thuban (Scalebound), he geeks the fuck out.
  • Anti-Hero: Kay fits the Anti-Hero trope just as much as, if not more than, Duncan because despite having good intentions, he has done many bad things for reasons that are purely selfish. An example is how he kills and eats people for their powers (though when it comes to innocents, he will only do so if they're already predestined to die).
  • Babies Ever After: Sees the children he has with his lovers as the ultimate symbol of his love for them. It soon gets to the point where he makes it a habit of constantly knocking up his mates.
    • Double that for a number of his mates, such as Rias Gremory and Michelle Verser.
  • Berserk Button: Like many in the group, Kay has subjects that'll send him into a rage.
    • Hates it when someone hits on his girls. Especially right next to him.
    • Taking what is his is a surefire way to get yourself killed.
    • Messing with his friends and family.
    • Do not make fun of his relationship with Michelle Verser, or he will wreck your shit.
  • Big Eater: Overlaps with Extreme Omnivore.
  • Brother–Sister Incest: Played straight with Merlin from The Seven Deadly Sins, revealed to be the biological sister of Meliodas and Elizabeth.
  • Chick Magnet: As much as his brother Michael.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Big time, due to being the Aspect of Desire.
  • Cool Sword: His zanpakuto, Mugen.
  • Dirty Old Man: He is a lot older than he looks, and loves having sex with his lovers.
  • The Dreaded: While Kay is a hero to many, he is also extremely merciless to many of his enemies. So much so, that for his cruelty and merciless actions, he is also known as the "Devil of the Multiverse" by many.
  • Extreme Libido: An unfortunate side-effect of his status as the Aspect of Desire, as well as a number of his mental roommates, is that he has a large sex drive. Not that he's complaining that much.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Due to his Ghoul powers, as well as his time in the world of Re:Monster, Kay has a huge appetite...to the point where he's liable to eat anything and anyone (mostly his enemies for the latter), if only to gain new abilities.
  • Fatal Flaw: Revenge is a trait that can leave him blind to a lot of things. A smart person can exploit this to lead him into a trap meant to kill or contain him.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Throughout many battles, he seriously considers Michael to be one.
  • Functional Addict: He is addicted to drinking alcohol, but it does not affect him in any negative sense.
  • The Gadfly: Only to the enemies he sees as weaklings and cannon fodder.
  • Good Is Not Nice: While Kay is on the side of good he will do even dirty business, if he feels like it, if it means protecting those close to him.
  • Heroes Want Redheads: Madly in love with Michelle Verser
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Is this with Michael.
  • If It's You, It's Okay: He does not have a sexual attraction to guys. However, he comes to fall in love with Michelle Verser and Blue Heart, the female forms of Michael Verser and Dexter Verser (respectively). Much to his surprise and joy, both of them come to reciprocate those feelings.
    • Exemplifies the trope further due to being willing to have sex with Michelle in a Trap-like form she takes on, to prove that he loves her no matter what form she's in.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Like Michael, his dragon powers give him a hell of a power boost.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: To a tee. Even more so with Michelle, as the two are constantly going at it like rabbits.
  • Main Characters: As a Multiverser, Kay is one of the main characters of the saga.
  • Marry Them All: Just like many of his fellow Multiversers, he marries a majority of the women he falls in love with.
  • Morality Chain: His lovers and Michael act as one for him.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Yutendoji, the name of Kay's monster form. Also a name he uses when he operates outside the law.
  • Physical God
  • Plot Armor: Due to having both the healing factor of Deadpool, and owning the soul of Hades (God of War), it is damn near impossible to actually kill Kay.
  • Power Perversion Potential: He is able to modify his body to fit many situations, including additional body parts or items such as tentacles. Suffice it to say, Kay takes full advantage of this.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: When he uses his Ghoul powers, his left eye turns red. At this point, he's liable to eat anyone who pissed him off prior to that.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Michael's blue, in terms of morality. Michael is a full-fledged paragon with some renegade tendencies, whereas Kay is more renegade albeit for the side of good.
  • Robosexual: Kay has quite a few girlfriends/wives that are either robotic or artificial in nature. These include his three A.I. fragments Xi, Nu, and Omicron along with Arcee (Transformers Prime) and Blackaracnia (Beast Wars).
  • Took a Level in Idealism: Started off rather cynical, and without much care to the actions he did (even if they made him out to be a monster to others. It took him meeting and falling in love with Rias Gremory, and befriending Michael Verser, to get him to be a true hero.
  • Undying Loyalty: In regards to Michael, he is a steadfast and loyal companion.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: The opinion of many of his lovers, as well as many of the other Multiversers. Primarily when he thinks lesser of himself, even when he thinks of himself as a monster.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: Kay's home was destroyed during his first encounter with Iussum, preventing him from ever returning even if he could in the first place.

    Dexter Verser 
“People try to shoot me all the time. Usually because of a wife or a husband or a daughter or a son or a sister or a brother or a mother or a father. The point is, I’m used to having people shoot at me. But I generally know why I’m being shot at. Care to elaborate?”
Dexter Verser

Dexter Verser, the "Aspect of the Psyche." He has a fascination with the inner-workings of the mind that it borders on obsessive at times, but otherwise he is a fairly chill guy. He is a firm believer in the phrase "We all go a little mad sometimes," and as such believes that while there is a "breaking point" in every person, there must also be a "fixing point." Whether or not he tries to find it, however, depends on how generally evil/dangerous the person in question is, and he has no qualms about killing if he thinks it is necessary. When travelling to new worlds, he has a preference for taking in a character as a mental roommate in hopes that he'll gain some insight into their characteristics and behaviour (due to his general fascination with how the mind works). (Created by Anime PJ.)


Tropes Relating to Dexter Verser:

  • Abhorrent Admirer: While he doesn't count as one of these, it's worth mentioning that his Aspect allowing him to instantly understand and empathise with anyone he comes across leads him to have an absolute fuckton of them. He himself suspects that he gives off some kind of "aura" that lets people know he might understand them where no one else can.
    • Also due to his ability to empathise with and understand people like this, Dexter often comes to reciprocate these feelings. Notable examples are:
      • Chalice Verser, Christina (Spider-Man: The New Animated Series), Bellatrix Lestrange (Harry Potter), Lady Grey (Fable), Mother Gothel (Kingdom Hearts [Tangled]), Queen Chrysalis (My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic [anthropomorphic version]), Barbara Kean (Gotham), Cinder Fall (RWBY), Salem (RWBY), Cherie Vasil/Cherish (Worm), Diary Girl (Pact), and Junko Enoshima (Danganronpa).
  • Abstract Apotheosis: Dexter, as the Aspect of the Psyche, represents and embodies the collective psyches of all living things.
  • Adopt the Dog: Quite literally. Dexter has a soft spot for animals and often adopts pets.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Has picked up a few.
    • Dex (the other Multiversers, various)
    • Tiger (Mary Jane Watson)
    • Dexy (Neptune/Purple Heart)
    • Stupid Sexy Dex/Dexter (Michael)
    • 'Koto (Hamuko Yuki)
    • Yu (Rise Kujikawa)
    • Captain (Iona, his fleet, Blue Steel crew, Enterprise crew)
    • Ise (Dx D lovers)
    • Kirito (Asuna)
    • Kii-boy (Argo)
    • Kazuma (Aqua, Megumin, Darkness)
    • Ashikabi (Dexter's Sekirei)
    • Seaweed Brain (Annabeth Chase)
    • Dusk (everyone from MLP)
    • Oz (everyone from Zoo)
    • Jaune (Pyrrha Nikos)
    • Sayiki (everyone from Worm)
    • Fry (everyone from Futurama)
  • All-Loving Hero: As the Aspect of the Psyche, Dexter feels it's his responsibility to try and understand the mindset of everyone he comes across, friend or foe.
    • It should be noted that Dexter's at times cold logic tells him that this is a strategic advantage, too. In understanding the minds of his enemies, he has a way of utilising psychological warfare against them in the event that he can't bring them over to his side.
    • The name of this trope taken out of context would still be accurate.
  • All Men Are Perverts: While he's very good at hiding it when he feels the need to, Dexter thinks about sex a lot.
  • Alone with the Psycho: Dexter actively seeks out situations like this, which can make him come off as kind of suicidal. The chance to study a diseased mind up close is just too tempting to him. At least he's honest about it.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Dexter often has trouble expressing his emotions, feels incredibly uncomfortable in crowds, has a tendency to pace and make odd noises with his mouth, has some OCD tendencies (as shown in the fact that all the rooms in his house he actively uses are utterly spotless), dodges any and all eye contact, and hates being touched if he's not prepared for it. While never explicitly stated, these are all symptoms associated with the autistic spectrum.
  • Anti-Hero: Specifically, a Pragmatic Anti Hero. Whether it's fighting dirty, manipulating, or killing his enemies, if it makes winning easier, he'll bloody well do it.
  • Anything That Moves: Dexter's sexual preference covers a very ... wide variety.
  • Armor-Piercing Question: Dexter believes that a sudden questioning of a person's worst aspects is the best way of making them admit and face up to them, thus he tends to use these a lot.
  • The Atoner: His prime motivation for wanting to bring down Nyarlathotep. He was the first Multiverser to encounter the Outer God (well, the first in Nyarlathotep's own timeline, anyway...) and tipped him off to the existence of other Multiversers. Dexter feels he has to atone for all the damage Walter has done since.
  • Attractive Bent-Gender: Dexter's CPU form happens to be an incredibly sexy woman by the name of Blue Heart.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: His innate knowledge of psychology allows him to analyse his opponents without ever having met them. All he needs to see is what they left behind.
  • Babies Ever After: After becoming an Incubus, Dexter's sperm gained an abnormal level of potency. These days, it's more rare for him to have less than five kids with any of his lovers.
  • Badass Bisexual: More like Badass Panisexual if we're being honest.
  • Badass Boast: Is very fond of making these when people have really pissed him off.
  • Badass Bookworm: An avid reader and quite the badass.
  • Badass Teacher: Becomes one to the Multiversal Gunslinger Order after he begins to rebuild the Gunslingers.
  • Bad Dreams: Frequently after meeting Nyarlathotep. He thinks that the only way he'll ever get the Outer God out of his head completely will be when one of them finally dies.
  • Balanced Harem: Dexter holds no more affection for one of his lovers than he does any of the others. He shows an equal amount of affection to all of them so that none of them feels inferior to the others.
  • Batman Gambit: Having a very in-depth knowledge of other people's ways of thinking, Dexter is scarily good at these.
  • Being Personal Isn't Professional: While he's not likely to express his emotions openly at the best of times, Dexter is pretty much guaranteed to keep stone-faced and flat-toned when he feels he has a duty to perform.
  • Berserk Button: Dexter has several.
    • Being referred to as a "limey."
    • Any mention of Gary the dumb NPC from the universe of Sword Art Online Abridged. Having gone through the near total loss of the Moonlit Black Cats with Michael because of Gary's stupidity, the mere sight and mention of him sends Dexter into a cold, berserk rage.
    • Murder that serves no purpose.
    • Rape.
    • The malicious ruining of the life of someone who has done nothing to deserve it.
    • Disproportionate Retribution.
    • And don't you DARE mess with somebody Dexter has already either redeemed or cured of mental health issues. He'll likely try and give you a Fate Worse than Death.
    • Bullying is also a big one due to how he was picked on in his human life for looking so feminine.
  • Bigger on the Inside: Dexter makes use of Time Lord technology so that he can fit a lot into very little space. This is most prominent with his clothes, which he uses to store literally every weapon in his arsenal, and his home on Terra Infinitas, Castle Nocturne, which is already the size of a city from the outside.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He's friendly, polite, acts like the perfect gentleman, and can both verbally and physically rip you to shreds without ever seeming to switch out of this persona.
  • Bishōnen: Dexter is androgynous but looks more female than male. To call him a "pretty boy" is actually putting it relatively mildly.
  • Boring, but Practical: Comes with being a Pragmatic Anti Hero. It doesn't matter how boring it seems, if it makes his job easier, it's what he'll do.
  • Break the Cutie: The flashback chapters of The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse show that this is what happened to him in Mid-World.
  • Break Them by Talking: Dexter's Aspect giving him insight on people's mental states makes him a bloody expert at this. Upon meeting someone, he automatically knows just what buttons to push.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Dexter doesn't like to explain things more than once: to this effect, he will wait until he has everybody he needs to tell something to in one room and then speak what he has to speak. This can lead to people getting angry with him for keeping things from them for so long.
  • Bring Them Around: Thanks to his Aspect, Dexter has a good idea of how to do this with people from the moment he meets them. Whether or not he thinks you deserve it, however, is another matter entirely.
  • Brutal Honesty: If Dexter thinks there's something wrong with you, he doesn't pull any punches in letting you know about it.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Dexter has a deep understanding of other people's emotional states...but spends so much time helping them that he has no real idea of how to express his own feelings.
  • The Casanova: Dexter is an unapologetic seducer. As the quote at the top of this folder makes apparent, it sometimes gets him into trouble.
  • Catchphrase: Several.
    • "Bloody hell."
    • "By Jove!"
    • "Come and have a go if you think you're hard enough."
  • Character Depth: As an immortal being who has vowed to travel the Multiverse and discover the psychological reasons behind people's actions, as well as to help the mentally damaged and the redeemable villains, you can bet your ass that there are some Hidden Depths beneath Dexter's deadpan demeanour.
  • Character Tic: Several.
    • He often keeps his hands stuffed in his pockets.
    • He'll occasionally word things oddly due to the schizophrenia caused by becoming a Malkavian vampire.
    • Makes a rolling motion with the fore- and middle-fingers of his right hand when he's getting impatient.
  • The Charmer: Talking people into bed is no problem for him. It's remarked once or twice that he could probably talk the Devil into setting himself on fire if he wanted to.
  • Chick Magnet: Beyond James Bond levels of ridiculousness.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Dexter will ogle pretty much everyone he meets and views them as potential bedmates until proven otherwise, but he does not go out of his way to sleep with people, and he is even occasionally ashamed of his inability to look at people without wanting to have sex with them (rather than being a disgust at sex in general, however, it's because he doesn't like the idea of looking at everybody as sex objects).
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Not even close to the extent that Michael has it, but due to his duties as a Gunslinger, Dexter feels unable to turn down help to those who ask him for it.
  • The Comically Serious: Very occasionally. And unlike most who fit into this trope, he often realises what happened shortly after.
  • Cosmic Plaything: During The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse, he seems to be treated like the Multiverse's punching bag. This sparks a deeper camaraderie between him and Michael, who shares his pain due to the constant torment he has to endure in his life as a Multiverser.
  • Crossdresser: Dexter has been known to accentuate his feminine appearance by wearing women's clothes, specifically for the sake of pleasing any lovers he has that prefer women.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Dexter has been known to offer some very biting sarcastic remarks from time to time.
  • Descent into Addiction: After taking in Roland Deschain as a mental roommate, Dexter picks up his habit of chain-smoking.
  • Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?: His pansexuality shows when not even abominations out to destroy the world are exempt from his sexual interest.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Not only does this happen to him a lot, but a lot of people are also distracted by his sexy.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Dexter looks so feminine, in fact, that Michael refers to him as "Stupid Sexy Dexter."
  • The Empath: One of his main character traits is that he's so in-tune with the psychology of others that he can empathise with literally anyone, even those who lack empathy of their own.
  • Emotion Suppression: No one sees any emotion Dexter doesn't want them to see.
  • Emo Teen: He is occasionally mistaken for one of these because he paints his nails and sometimes lets his hair grow down over the left side of his face.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: Most of his verbal abuse is saved for people he deems to be idiots.
  • Ethical Slut: Dexter's lifestyle is best described as hedonistic, but not in the morally backwards way the term hedonist is normally used. He lives for pleasure; even his pursuit of understanding of the mind, which makes up the basis for his character, is undertaken to satisfy his own initial lack of understanding. He is incredibly promiscuous, has no issue whatsoever in hitting on established, even married, couples, and is, on the whole, very open about his neverending pursuit of pleasure. He will not, however, continue to hit on someone who his Aspect tells him isn't into it.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Dexter is a very feminine person in appearance as well as voice, leading to more than a few cases of men being attracted to him...not that he minds.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Dexter's Aspect allows him to manipulate pretty much anyone into doing whatever he wants them to. However, he has a strict rule against using this to get people into bed, feeling that seduction by manipulation is too underhanded. Instead, he relies on good, old-fashioned flirting. It is because he has this rule that one can be sure none of the enemies who are manipulated to his side and later become his lovers were manipulated into doing the latter. He also has some standards about who he will and won't sleep with, but judghing by the evidence, you have to be 'very fucking bad' to turn him off.
  • Evil Brit: Both lampshaded and averted. Dexter is actually the perfect image on an English gentleman; it's just that it doesn't stop everybody assuming he's the bad guy because of his accent.
  • Experienced Protagonist: Dexter is God only knows how old and has gathered powers/abilities from multiple universes: he knows what he's doing.
  • Extreme Libido: Dexter enjoys having sex about as much as he enjoys breathing.
  • Extreme Omnisexual: Humans, aliens, monsters, mythological creatures, robots, anthropomorphic animals...You name it, Dexter has probably done it.
  • Eyes Always Averted: Instinctively avoids eye contact.
  • Fastest Gun in the West: Is in all likelihood the best gunman of all the Multiversers. Though he does admit Adam is equal in that regard, what with his numerous adventures in worlds set in the Old West.
  • Friends with Benefits: Being very sex-hungry, Dexter tends to end up in a lot of these situations (though they don't always stay just friends).
  • Free-Love Future: One of Dexter's lives: that of Captain Jack Harkness: leads him to a version of the 51st Century in which everyone has sex with everyone else. Dexter generally believes this is the way things should be, that people should be entitled to sleep with whoever they like.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Comes with being able to communicate with animals.
  • Functional Addict: Dexter occasionally smokes marijuana as a way of remembering his older brother from his human life, yet this does nothing to hinder him.
    • After taking in Roland Deschain, Dexter smokes tobacco like a chimney.
    • Eventually averted. After the flashback events of The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse, Dexter took in Sylvester of Twig and became addicted to the formula known as Wyvern, which he injects directly into his brain in order to gain 100% control of his mental functions. He used it to stop himself from feeling the pain of his losses and eventually became heavily reliant on the substance.
  • Genre Savvy: Like all the Multiversers, Dexter has a functioning understanding of the tropes that are likely to pop up in the worlds he visits.
  • Gentleman Snarker
  • Going Commando: Dexter generally doesn't wear any kind of undergarments.
  • Good Cannot Comprehend Evil: Averted, strongly. Thanks to his empathy, even when others cannot comprehend the evil acts of others, Dexter completely understands. This fact legitimately frightens him at times.
  • Good Is Not Nice: When saving people, if he thinks they got themselves into the mess somehow, Dexter doesn't hold back his verbal abuse.
  • Guilt Complex: If something goes wrong on his watch, you can guarantee he'll blame himself. Particularly in the case of Chalice, whom Dexter does not currently know the true identity of, but because of her complete obsession with him, he tends to believe that all her actions against others are entirely his fault. This eventually extends to Michael's guilt over the Outbreak: because Dexter gained Walter's attention in the first place, he believes all the suffering Michael has gone through at his hands to be his fault.
  • The Gunslinger: Is one of the best shooters in the Multiverse, hands down, due to his Gunslinger training in Gilead. He's even the leader (or "dinh," as he puts it) of the Multiversal Gunslinger Order.
  • Gun Twirling: Dexter does this when he's trying to be intimidating.
  • Hates Being Alone: After his mental breakdown during the flashback chapters of The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse, Dexter starts feeling like this. Though it contrasts with the intense fear he now has of getting his loved ones hurt or killed, so he often finds himself debating his own feelings within his head and getting his thoughts mixed up due to the contradictions.
  • Harem Seeker: Sort of. Due to a lack of love life in his human life and the amount of, as he puts it, "sex pests" he has living in his head, he's come to secretly quite enjoy building up his harem.
  • Heartbroken Badass: The state he's in at the beginning of The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: You may think being able to understand people on a completel level might be useless. You would be wrong. It's because of this that Dexter has been able to bring villains others would think completely irredeemable to his side in the past.
  • The Hedonist: Dexter's lifestyle is built a lot around pleasure. He drinks a lot, is rarely seen without a cigarette, openly admits to doing drugs regularly, and let's not forget the sheer amount of sex he has.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: Is often paranoid that he'll become just like the monsters he defeats. Some of his darker moments would imply that there is some truth to this.
  • Heroic BSoD: Suffers quite a significant one during the flashback sequences of The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse. Having lost all his friends in Mid-World, lost the Battle of Jericho Hill, seen Walter Padick kill his father Steven Deschain, and become lovers with a vampire named Sister Jenna only for her to die shortly after, he goes into such a massive state of despair that he goes back to Eluria and kills all the vampires there.
  • Hidden Depths: What everyone sees is a badass who plays the battlefield like a chess board, but...
    • He's genuinely scared of being alone, yet doesn't mix well enough with people to actively seek them out.
    • He's an avid bookworm.
    • He goes to a lot of worlds where superheroes exist because he dreamt of being a superhero when he was a child.
    • He is genuinely sympathetic to a lot of his enemies, even if he cannot afford to show it at times.
    • He fears himself more than he fears most of his enemies (see A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Read down below).
  • Hypocrite: Dexter hates being manipulated, even though he's a proven expert at the art. To his credit, he acknowledges this and makes a point to avoid hypocrisy whenever he can in an attempt to compensate.
  • Hypocritical Humor: He tends to roll his eyes at Adam Verser's intense patriotism...apparently blissfully unaware that, as his UK-themed Spider-Man costume shows, he is just as patriotic when it comes to his home country.
  • I Am Very British: Dexter speaks in a distinctly British accent.
  • Incest Is Relative: Dexter argues strongly against the possibility that he's committing incest with the families of his mental roommates. The way he sees it, given all the people/races in his DNA, he actually has next to no genetic makeup in common with these people, and thus, it is not incest.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: He makes a point to show off his power whenever an opportunity arises so that his enemies will think twice about fighting him and potential allies will think better of betraying him, but he feels very inferior when compared to the other Multiversers. It's one reason he's so obsessed with gaining new skills and abilities in the worlds he visits: he's trying to compensate for what he sees as a massive power gap.
  • Interspecies Romance: Dexter is an open panisexual, so this is a given. But I suppose a few examples are in order:
    • In theb Star Trek universe as James T. Kirk, he ended up sleeping with a lot of aliens.
    • One of his wives from the HuniePop universe, Celeste, is an extremely attractive alien lady.
    • Literally none of his lovers from the world of The Monster Girl Encyclopedia are entirely human.
    • He exists in an anthropomorphic version of the world of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic where the ponies are humanoid but still covered in multicolored fur with horns and wings on unicorns and pegasi...and Dexter finds them hot as hell.
  • Introduction by Hookup: In The Winchesters and the Multiverser, Dexter met and had sex with Tomie Kawakami before either of them knew who or what the other was. They later continue this sexual relationship despite being enemies.
  • Jack-of-All-Trades: Because his Aspect doesn't exactly lend itself to combat, Dexter has dabbled in all forms of combat, though the only thing he's a true master in is gunplay (thanks to being trained as a Gunslinger).
  • Jerkass Ball: When under the effects of the Venom Symbiote, Dexter was quite the asshole.
  • Kindhearted Cat Lover: Dexter is fond of most animals, but has a special place in his heart for cats. He would never admit it, but Adam actually bringing Dexter's pet cat from his human life to him after his multiversal one started drowned out most of his feelings of horror at the events of the day.
  • Likes Older Women: Kind of. Considering his age, he's actually a HELL of a lot older than most of the women he comes across, but he looks like he's in his very early twenties and finds middle-aged women very attractive.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: Due to his chosen profession, Dexter ends up being one of these to a lot of people.
  • Loony Friends Improve Your Personality: Desite valuing mental health, Dexter thinks that sending time with the other, distinctly insane, Multiversers keeps him in a healthy mental state and stops him from taking things too seriously.
  • Main Characters: As a Multiverser, Dexter is one of the main characters of the saga.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Can certainly come across as one, even if his intentions are relatively pure.
  • Male Gaze: Has a plump, shapely and feminine ass that many stare at.
  • Marry Them All: Dexter insists on marrying all of his harem members.
  • Maternally Challenged: He likes children and loves his own, but due to his struggle when it comes to expressing himself, he has trouble interacting with them.
  • Meaningful Name: Dexter isn't his original name. His name in his first human life was Philip Jonathan Butler. He changed it when he became a Multiverser to symbolise not only this new beginning but in naming himself after Dexter Morgan of the Dexter franchise, he symbolises his fascination with what makes psychopaths and sociopaths tick.
  • Mind Hive: While this fits the majority of the Multiversers, Dexter puts special meaning to it. As the Aspect of the Psyche, he aims to gain a full understanding of the mind and believes that one way of moving toward this goal is to take as many minds into his own as he can. This has led to his head be rather crowded, to say the least.
  • A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Read: He doesn't show it, but he is in a constant state of fear of his own Aspect. Being able to empathise with and even take on the mindset of a psychopath or sociopath is scary to him because he believes he might one day delve into the dark side out of necessity and never emerge again.
  • Misery Builds Character: It was his rather violent death and the cruelness of it that set Dexter on the path to becoming Aspect of the Psyche.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He unashamedly wears tight clothes to show off his body to people. (Could possibly also fit Ms. Fanservice due to his very feminine appearance.)
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, sex: good God, sex is a big one for him.
  • Narrator: All of the stories Dexter has featured in so far have been told in the first person from Dexter's POV.
  • Neat Freak: Likes to have everything looking clean and presentable.
  • Nobody Calls Me "Chicken"!: If you refer to him as a Limey...run.
  • No Social Skills: You'd think being alive for the Multiverse only knows how long would give Dexter the ability to socialise without feeling weird about it. You'd also be wrong.
  • Odd Friendship: Due to his empathic abilities, he often befriends his enemies in some weird way due to having a deep understanding of them. This doesn't always stop them from being enemies, but every now and then, it's been known to happen.
  • Only Sane Man: Often gives off this impression, as he's generally very calm and stoic even when the other Multiversers are doing something batshit crazy.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: He doesn't tend to show what he's really feeling, instead displaying a demeanour of a cocky badass or a stoic one. When his emotions flood out, you know things have gotten bad.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: From Phase Two onwards, he lets his hair down over the left side of his face.
  • Physical God
  • Pretty Boy: He's a man who looks like a woman.
  • The Profiler: Tends to have this job among the Multiversers, explaining the psychology of their opponents and proposing their most likely course of action based on the information he has.
  • The Quiet One: When large discussions are being had, he's the least likely of all the Multiversers to comment unless he thinks something is seriously wrong with what's being said.
  • Real Men Hate Affection: Can often be accused of this, due to his personality.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Sometimes. Usually when he's spending time with one of his lovers who generally prefers women, in order to try and accentuate his more feminine aspects.
  • Really Gets Around: Understatement.
  • Robosexual: In the Persona universe alone, Dexter's robotic lovers include Aigis, Labrys, and Metis, all of whom are androids specifically designed to combat Shadows.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: If a sentence doesn't have the word "shit" or "fuck" in it, you should probably mark the date down so you can remember the day Dexter didn't swear in a sentence.
  • Slasher Smile: A creepy one that turns his entire face black and his left eye into a glowing hexagon while also making his mouth glow. He picked this up from having Abridged!Kirito as a mental roommate.
  • Smoking Is Cool: Dexter thinks that lighting up at just the right moments makes him look like kind of a badass.
  • Socially Awkward Hero: Dexter is fine in one on one conversations and even in smaller groups, but get him in a large group of people and he'll hardly say a word.
  • Sole Survivor: Due to the constraint of having to keep the canon timeline intact, Dexter, having taken Roland's place in The Dark Tower, was the only one on the side of Gilead to walk away from the Battle of Jericho Hill with his life.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: With Susan Delgado in The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse.
  • The Stoic: His default expression/tone.
  • Stupid Sexy Flanders: Dexter is referred to as "Stupid Sexy Dexter" by Michael whenever he emphasises (whether by accident or on purpose) his more attractive feminine traits. Which he doesn't mind, and instead flaunts.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Dexter speaks in a deadpan and rarely shows emotion on his face, but he cares deeply about those close to him and is very affectionate when called for.
  • Talking to Himself: His chats with his mental roommates, for one, but the voice in his head brought by his schizophrenia is a better example.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He comes off this way after becoming a Gunslinger. Finally, he has something he can do better than a lot of the others, and it feels amazing.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: The full English breakfast.
  • Tranquil Fury: Unlike most of the other Multiversers who start shouting and really show when they're angry, the best way to judge how angry Dexter is is to see how calm he is. If he's still snarking and playing around, you're fine. If he's calmly adjusting his clothes...run.
    • His berserker form, Lord Vile, takes this to its logical conclusion. Other berserker forms do a lot of roaring. Lord Vile never utters so much as a grunt.
  • Trauma Button: Walter Padick acts as a living, breathing one to Dexter for a while after the events of the flashback chapters in The Tower's Corner of the Multiverse.
  • Troubled, but Cute
  • Warrior Therapist: The most accurate way of describing Dexter in a nutshell.
  • When He Smiles: Dexter's genuine smiles: not his smirks or fakes, but honest to God happy smiles: are so pretty on his face that even straight guys who know he's a he can get a little confused.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Dexter has a phobia of moths, one of the few personality traits from his human life that followed him to his immortal one. This makes him more than a little bit skittish when Evie Black (Sleeping Beauties) is around due to her moth motif.
  • You Are Worth Hell: Feels this way about his loved ones.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His hair is black with light blue streaks through it.
  • You Killed My Father: Only one family member of a mental roommate has ever been considered actual family by Dexter: Steven Deschain, father of Roland Deschain. When Walter Padick killed him, you can imagine Dexter didn't take it well ...
  • Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Is incredibly disgusted by Nyarlathotep's apparently genuine liking of him.

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