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Multiverse #6310, its the collection of multiple characters and works made by Renhiac. It's comprised of several universes. These universes each have different set of rules and different kinds of creatures, making each universe completely unique. One thing most of the universes have in common is the existence of magic, which works differently depending on the universe. It's not a multiverse in the strict sense, and is in fact more akin to a Verse, but neither of those describe it completely.

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Each universe is named with a single letter, according to which one came first. Here is a list of some of the most important universes, e.g. the ones that have stories that take place in them:

  • Universe (A): The first universe to ever exist. The Goddess that created (B) was born here. It's characterized by having a devil, demons, strange magical creatures, and aliens that constantly attack the Earth. Stories that take place here include: Sarah the Serial killer, Mind Tricks.
  • Universe (B): The second universe to exist, it was created by the Maximum Goddess. Most of the stories take place here. It's characterized by having the most usable magic out of all the other universes, having multiple deities that control certain planets, and possessing 'layers'. Stories that take place here include: Without Color, Unfathomable Fate, The Little Red Witch, Imps!!!, etc.
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  • Universe (C): A universe with very strong magic that has been reset. Pre-reset it was characterized by: possessing strange Lovecraftian deities and witches that tried to bring about the end of the universe. Post-reset it is characterized by: Having a new race of 'monsters' whose job is to protect certain humans, having humans capable of using magic (a strange occurrence in the multiverse), and having it's current magic fueled by the ancient souls of those who performed the reset. Stories that take place here include: La chica de los ojos vacios (published, pre-reset), The Witch's Forest (pre-reset), and The Ram and the Lamb (post-reset).
  • Universe (D): A universe that is very similar to ours, with the exceptions that humans have superpowers. Characterized by: Superheros, supervillains, constant sense of existential confusion.
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  • Universe (E): A universe inhabitated by anthropomorphic animals. Stories that take place here include: Zombie Critters.
  • Universe (F): A peculiar universe that is fiction within fiction. Here resides the characters and concepts created by characters that live in other universes. This universe is inhabited by: the Inanimate Friends and Crunchie and Blackie, among others.

Works that have been published that take place in this multiverse:


List of stories with trope pages:


The Tropes:

  • Action Girl: There are many of them. For example: Arancel, Pandaro's guardian, Mirakuma, Fiorenza D'Amato, Reiji, and Julie Mauvais, just to name a few.
  • All Myths Are True: To some degree on (B). All non-human, non-animal creatures that at least one person in (A)(the closest thing to our Earth) believes in exists in (B)'s Earth, or somewhere around the universe, although most of the time the creatures don't look exactly like people from (A) would expect them to look.
  • All Planets Are Earth-Like: Played With. All universes have an Earth, which invariably tends to look pretty similar across all the universes. The rest of the planets are different from Earth.
  • Art Initiates Life: There are several instances of this. One of these is the plot of Gaby's Drawings, where almost every single drawing Gaby has made comes to life. Another instance is one of the background characters in Unfathomable Fate, who has the ability to bring her drawings to life.
  • Canon Welding: Most stories/universes are connected in some way or another. For example, Edward used to live in (A). He was the one that killed Sarah's father, thus connecting him to Sarah the Serial Killer. Later on he appears on Flautherland as the cellmate of Sillene's father, which connects him to Unfathomable Fate. Finally, he appears as a main character in Without Color.
  • Cute Monster Person: Many of the species in (B) look like these, like Fire Demons, fairies or merfolk. This is also the standard look of most guardian-type monsters on (C).
  • Cool People Rebel Against Authority: Subverted with the rebels. They are portrayed as some sort of racist cult with no real reason to rebel who are using violence and extremes when there are other, more viable ways to solve problems. The fact that they rebel tends to get them into a lot of trouble and is shown as an stupid thing to do if you have no good reason to.
  • Conjoined Twins: Margott and Benjaming. They are joined by the hips. There are also two characters on the Lleyel cartoon who are like this.
  • Crossover Cosmology: There are several characters that have been named and designed after several deities from various mythologies. Usually they aren't deities themselves and have been degraded to other kinds of creatures (with the rare exception of Chronos and Seino, who is named after Poseidon and Neptuno).
  • Crystal Dragon Jesus: On (B), there is one religion that some characters believe in that is suspiciously similar to christianism in many ways, but just different enough to not be the exact same thing. Sort of justified by the fact that the universe was created by someone who lives in (A), and as such probably based many of the religions that were going to be used in the new universe on the ones she already knew. Averted on the rest of the universes. (A) just has the usual religions we are used to and the others don't have any religion that is that similar to christianism.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Almost all creatures can travel through either universes, dimensions or layers
  • The Earth-Prime Theory: (A) is sort of this, in the sense that it was the first universe to ever exist, and all the other universes were roughly created after it.
  • Fantasy Kitchen Sink: As explained in All Myths Are True above, on (B), many, many different creatures coexist in the same universe.
  • Fantasy Pantheon: Tons and tons of made up deities populate (B).
  • Foregone Conclusion: The entirety of The Witch's Forest. The story follows the protagonist trying to stop a witch from resetting the world, but if the reader is familiar with the lore of the world and has read The Void Eyed Girl then they already know that, no matter what they do, the witches are going to win.
  • Human Aliens: There are several on (B), which are justified due to it being created by a human. Averted on (A), which has Starfish Aliens.
  • Invisible to Normals: The monsters, due to them living on a layer that most humans don't have access to.
  • Magical Underpinnings of Reality: There are some elements of this on (B). Most of the world is controlled by living creatures, be it by deities (E.g. fire is controlled by Diav-lo, water by Seino) or by High Range Magic Beings (HRMB for short), magical creatures with more power than usual that have control over specific parts of the planet they are on e.g. Annika controls love, Summer controls, well, Summer, etc.
  • Masquerade: The witches on (C) have resorted to one as a way to protect their plans. Also, on (B), the monsters sort-of have one, in the sense that they live in a complete different layer than humans, although the masquerade was implemented for the monsters sake, as a punishment for humanity.
    • The Unmasqued World: On (B), after the massive leak of monsters from the Dimension Q, the layers merged and forcibly outed the monsters. On (C), instead, the world never could truly be unmasqued, since by the time humanity had any chance of knowing what was going on it was wiped from existence.
  • One-Letter Name: All universes are named like this, in order of appearance.
  • Present Day: Most of the stories take place in some version of this, with there being a few exceptions, such as Clover Force or The Ram and The Lamb, which take place in the distant future of (B) and (C), respectively, or Witches be Witches, which takes place in the past of (B).
  • What Measure Is a Non-Human?: A question often brought up in several of the series, specially in The Ram and the Lamb, the Little Red Witch and Monster Patrol.
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