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Unnatural is a Verse that covers a variety of stories that deal with things that would never happen in Real Life.

It includes examples of

  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Jeff says he used his powers to hit his dweeb brother, trip football players in the halls and hold the red light for 10 minutes.
  • The Cape: Ultraman
  • Captain Ersatz
  • Character as Himself: Floridaman.
  • Chess Motifs: appropriately used in "Queen Me".
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  • Crazy Awesome: Floridaman.
  • Creation Myth: the Verse was begun when The Author first sat down and began writing.
  • Creator In-Joke: Sophia is the author's alter ego's name.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: indeed, Darkness is seen as the holiest element by one religion. Light was practiced by only the highest offices of the religion and certain heretical cults which the Church would love to see stomped out.
  • Dystopia: in "Queen Me",
  • Eldritch Abominations: Them
  • Expy: Jester.
  • Holy Is Not Safe: even if Darkness was the holiest element, that doesn't mean it was safe for all ages.
  • Homage: the Author admits to taking inspiration from Lovecraft, Terry Pratchett, Supernatural, and more.
  • Human Sacrifice: the sun requires human souls to rise every day.
  • Iron Woobie: Ultraman
  • Jerkass: Jeff.
  • Light Is Not Good: Light was only practiced by the highest offices of the Church and certain heretical cults.
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  • Missing Mom: Ms. Johnson's son managed to track down his missing mother who's a vampire and as a result of her Changing, didn't remember ever having a son
  • Mooks: Pawns in "Queen Me". They're used by the upper class in their wars against each other.
  • Mommy DNA Test: how Mr. Dale proved Steve was Ms. Johnsons' son
  • Our Vampires Are Different: they are really hard to kill once they're passed the Changing. They can only be formed by another vampire and the process is very violent and dangerous. Only 5% survive.
  • Pronoun Trouble: Them are always referred to as such.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Melissa was around the 17th century or so. Them are much, much older than even the eldest vampires.
  • The Sacred Darkness: Darkness is the 'holiest' element.
  • The Time of Myths: default for the verse as gods, vampires, etc. are real.
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  • Utopia: one superhero must convince people to commit crimes in one.
  • The ’Verse: they all take place in the roughly the same Verse
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: The more powerful your superpowers, the more insane and megalomaniac you become as time goes on.
  • Woobie: Ultraman and his sidekick. Also Steve and his mother.
  • Your Son All Along: Steve to his vampire mother

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