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Fan Fic / Sterate Baboogeddon

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A Crisis Crossover novel about an Author Avatar who has to save a Utopia full of Videogame characters from an army of characters from bad quality movie characters.

Sterate Baboogeddon provides examples of:

  • Absurdly Spacious Sewer: Hyperion City has these and some nice catacombs underneath it.
  • Alternate Character Interpretation: Is Daniel a heroic idiot that is just trying to save his world? Or a lazy geek that has no intention of going back home?
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  • Anti-Climax Boss: The Garbage Pail Kids, being the shortest "boss battle" in the entire series.
  • Beta Couple: Judging by Book 4, Andres and Vaynia may become this. They kiss in Book 5.
  • Big Brother Mentor: Julian just wants what's best for Daniel.
  • Big Damn Heroes:
    • Andres saving Daniel and Felincia from an oncoming wave of Shadow Beings.
    • Donkey Kong saving Julian, Andres, and Vaynia from Dr Zoom.
    • Banjo's team and Donkey Kong's Team saving Don Pirahna from Dr Zoom's mech.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Several, but most notably, the moment where everyone in the entire story begins having an insane fit of laughter in Book 4.
  • Book-Ends: At the beggining of Book 3, Felincia wakes Daniel up. At the end of Book 3, she does the same thing.
  • Continuity Nod: In Book 4, Proffessor Kolorado says in a documentary, "And so, we may never know the mystery of the Frozen Tan Guy, of the ice side of Hailfire Peaks." A villain of the previous book was defeated by Banjo and Kazooie and plummeted to said location.
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  • Continuity Porn: Being Fanon, this work contains numerous references to a bunch of Nintendo... things.
  • Creator In-Joke: So many, that this is part of the reason why the author refuses to post this online.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Rudrick Vs The Death Rose. The King of Hyperion, against a throw-in side boss.
  • Dark Is Not Evil:
    • Julian's Katana uses darkness, but it is far from being evil.
    • Vaynia has red eyes, as opposed to Felincia's green, but she is more of a Tsundere than a villainess.
  • A God Am I: The Antibody exhibits this behavior.
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  • Gotta Catch 'Em All: The quest to find all 7 keys to a dimension where a hungry universe devourer waits.
  • Marshmallow Hell: Daniel falls face first into Felincia's melons during a "miniboss" fight in Book 5.
  • Memetic Mutation: Several lines and innuendos from this story become this between the author and the real life Andres.
  • Megaton Punch: How Donkey Kong knocks Dr Zoom out of his own mech suit.
  • Mood Whiplash: In Book 1, the transition from an introduction to a cheerful world full of videogame characters, to a girl kidnapped by Austrians and almost raped is quite abrupt.
  • Pre-Mortem One-Liner:
    • "I am Donkey Kong, and these bananas, ARE MINE!"
    • "And you... are fucked."
  • Product Placement: Book 1 was written shortly after E3 2010, and what does Felincia carry with her? A Nintendo 3DS.
  • Reed Richards Is Useless: Wait, Felincia can open portals to anywhere? Why can't she just teleport behind Cailleta and slit her neck? (She probably has limits on her teleportation.)
  • Reference Overdosed: Get a drink. Take a shot every time you get a reference to some videogame.
  • Shoryuken: Daniel does this to Stanley The Troll, except it's a lightning variation.
  • Spin-Off: Thirty Days of Summer, written by the Author's best friend, follows Andres, Daniel, Felincia, and Julian as they journey Hyperion to win a videogame tournament.
  • Troll Fic: Real life Andres made a retelling of Book 1 where Andres is the heroic one and Daniel is the side character. The Author was not pleased.

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