In Chaos and Eggnog, Timmy finds some gems in his basement and gives them to Jimmy, Danny and Spongebob as last-ditch Christmas presents. Unfortunately, it transpires that the gems are cursed, and Timmy is blamed. Eventually, the group end up going on a roadtrip to the source of the curse in order to break it.
The sequel, The Quest for the Orb of Power, which takes liberal inspiration from Indiana Jones, sees Dani crash into Danny's life again, badly destablised. Danny and Jimmy head into the Ghost Zone to find a cure, but end up trapped in a bizarre place that emulates the 1930s, along with Valerie and what appears to be Sam's clone, Sammie. Meanwhile, the other Nicktoons, Jazz, Sam and Tucker fight dragons.
In the third story, Stage Fright, Spongebob is chosen for the lead role in a play by a mysterious man, who gives him a cloak to help him with the role. Shortly after, people start to dissappear as Spongebob begins to feel the effects of the man's cloak. Meanwhile, Timmy is forced into the play to spy on the man.
The fourth story, A Day at the Lab, follows the Nicktoons as they spend a rainy day in Jimmy's lab, testing his potions. It's much shorter then the other stories, with a more light-hearted nature.
The fifth story, Darkness Rising, made up for that in spades, with the Nicktoons finally taking on the Man in the White Suit. Unfortunately for them, the Man has been ready for them for centuries...
The sixth story, Planktopolis Now, the Syndicate return as the main villains as they steal a time-altering device, which they use to erase Spongebob from history. This in turn replaces Bikini Bottom with the Orwellian Planktopolis.
The seventh story, It Came From Retroville, has Jimmy, Timmy, Dani, Carl, and Sheen get trapped in a spaceship designed by Calamitous alongside the Syndicate's newest member, Eustace Strych. As the rest of the Nicktoons try to rescue them, they soon discover they're not alone on the ship...
The eighth story, and Grand Finale of the series, Destiny, has the Vagueness Is Coming from "Darkness Rising" finally come to pass as The Warlord arrives from the Ghost Zone, conquering the planet in the process. The Nicktoons must do everything in their power to stop this dangerous foe. However, they may be unprepared for the sacrifices they must make in order to stop him...
This fanfic provides examples of:
- Dreaming of a White Christmas: It snows in both Southern California and Memphis.
- Gratuitous Foreign Language: Zwarte Pete is a combination of the names Zwarte Piet and Black Peter.
- The Man Behind the Man: It's mentioned that Vlad had something to do with Zwarte Pete targeting the Nicktoons.
- Took a Level in Badass: Mr. Turner, of all people, eventually defeats Zwarte Pete.
- Cool Gun: Sammie uses a Thompson modified as an ecto-weapon.
- A Nazi by Any Other Name: Black/grey uniformed soldiers led by a guy named The Leader? Where've we heard that before...
- Tank Goodness: A Tiger tank upgraded to ghost-hunting standards is hijacked by the protagonists.
- And I Must Scream: Played with. It's left vague whether or not Danny is conscious in doll-form, but the possibility is brought up.
- Berserk Button: The Shadowed One has SpongeBob mentally near destroyed. Then he threatens his friend. This turns out to be a bad move.
- WTH, Casting Agency?: In-universe. SpongeBob is cast as the protagonist of a play, despite having never acted before.
- Big Applesauce: The Man in the White Suit sets up his throne room in the Chrysler Building. The final battle also takes place here.
- He Who Fights Monsters: The Man in the White Suit was originally trying to save the human race from a prophesied threat of the End of the World as We Know It, but he gave up his humanity in the process and became evil himself. It turns out he was preparing to fight someone called 'The Warlord.'
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: The Syndicate eventually abandon the Man in the White Suit.
- Refusal of the Call: When Jimmy sends the call out to the Nicktoons' friends for help in the battle against the Warlord via the recaller, Squidward's response to the portal appearing behind him in his kitchen is a simple reply of "No" without even looking up.