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In one universe the Grimm ran rampant on the world of Remnant and in another planet Earth was invaded by Planet Fuse. But what if in another the Grimm appeared on Earth, created by the evil that originally created one of the greatest villains in the universe before the timeline had changed? What changes would that bring to the new world and its people, heroes and villains included?
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Written by Lord Maximus, GrimmFall is a massive Crossover Fanfic story that involves multiple characters from numerous franchises and television series such as Cartoon Network or other shows belonging to Disney Channel or Nickelodeon. It is set in an alternative timeline from the series Samurai Jack where many other stories from other series are told in parallel at a moderate pace. The main elements are from the game FusionFall and the antagonistic threat from the web series RWBY, the "Creatures of Grimm".

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The main story can be found here on Fan Fiction Dot Net.

GrimmFall has also gathered the attention of other authors who have made their own stories that fit In-Universe with the series.


GrimmFall provides examples of:

  • Academy of Adventure: While none of them main characters are actually seen in these Academy's, apparently there are now numerous of them in the world of GrimmFall with many joining in to become Huntsmen and Huntresses.
  • Action Girl: A lot of female characters in the story have shown themselves more than capable of defending themselves. Tina Mathews, Drew Saturday, and Abby proving this fact.
  • Ascended Extra: The Justice Friends from Dexter Labs, Sebben of Harvey Birdman, and others have slowly shown screen time in the story.
  • Action Hero: Yeah, lots of characters take action and kick butt against the villains. Nigel Uno and his friends, the Justice Friends, Ben 10 and his family, Kim Possible with Ron, and so much more.
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  • Adaptation Amalgamation: Thanks to the addition of Fusion Fall and other works not even part of the game, the story can be considered this. It gets to the point were some people are uncertain if they're reading about a character that actually existed or an OC.
  • Admiring the Abomination: After Skulker's armor was destroyed by the Hurricane Sisters, Nancy asked if they could keep him as a pet. Seeing his tiny blob form as adorable. Her sister would say no.
  • Adaptational Badass: Almost everyone in this story have proven themselves to be tougher than their canon counterparts one way or another. Especially if their home series wasn't combat-based.
  • Adaptation Deviation: Oddly enough, many of the characters from their home series follow their canon paths, but naturally some changes have occurred. The prime example being such as the Grimm, new characters, or meeting other people that they shouldn't have. Examples being Steven Universe meeting Ben Tennyson or Dipper Pines meeting Dexter O' Riley. It should also be mentioned that the history of this world along with many of the characters have also changed in some way.
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  • Adaptational Heroism: Several characters, in particular Eustace and Eddy, who were major jerkasses in their home series are much more heroic. Also overlaps with Adaptational Nice Guy as well.
  • A Day in the Limelight: The story features multiple characters of different franchises in their own chapters and arcs. Giving them all a fair amount of time on the story.
  • Adults Are Useless: Averted big time. While in most cartoon shows adults are either seen as useless or just only help a few times, here they play a major role. Where this time kids aren't the ones usually doing the actual work, and are looked fondly upon with praise and respect.
  • Adult Fear: Naturally some adults like Steven's dad Greg fear for their kids whenever they go out and battle dangerous foes. Like Grandpa Max and Ben, or Major Glory and Dee-Dee.
  • All for Nothing: What happens to Rino of the gathered Team SEKR. Screaming as the crown and gold of Arthur Eld turns to literal dust. Even worse, the sword he assumed to be Excalibur in the room is just a plain ordinary sword. So his trip to the dangerous ruins and battle of the horrific curse was really all for nothing.
  • Alternate Timeline The story GrimmFall: 101 is this. A world ruled by the regime called Modus with all the heroes and characters we know either, dead, resisting, or working for Modus with the world in a unknown state. It is one of many 'Bad End' we are told.
  • All Myths Are True: Apparently a lot of myths here on earth such as the 'Four Light Goddesses', Kur, the Elementals, the 'Giant Lava Monster', and so on are all true one way or another. Just very well hidden and forgotten by most.
  • Ancient Evil: The amount of ancient threats are very high. Just ask the Diamonds, the evil god Crom Cruach, the Fallen like Sammael, Bill Cipher, HIM, the Litch, Aku even if he was erased. Though the Grimm are considered his new form., Gerolum of the Racing Drones from Hot Wheels Acceleracers, and so on.
  • And I Must Scream: Lapis, Jasper, and Vlad Plasmius have this when all three are fused, experiencing constant emotional and mental struggle, and trapped by Sammael for a long time.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: Yeah. Many here who are leaders, mayors, those who run businesses, alien rulers, or even those that lead a group of justice or evil have shown themselves more than capable of handling big threats to them or anybody in their way. Be it Sebben, Major Glory, The Diamonds, and so on.
  • A World Half Full: While the earth is far from having a population problem and has people on most continents (compared to RWBY's setting), by no means is it any less safe. The Grimm, while not having a mass present like it's home series, are still numerous and have indeed killed many people. With a lot of villains all around, with Peridot herself stating that earth happens to be one of the most dangerous planets in the galaxy.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Lots of Huntsmen/Huntresses are this, especially the stronger ones who go up against the stronger villains. After all, getting as much information as you can during a fight can mean the difference between life and death.
  • Battle Aura: Anybody who's a Huntsman, a hero with special powers, or even the strongest of Gems, almost everyone aside from civilians and regular beings have this in the GrimmFall-verse.
  • Big Bad: Naturally this goes to the Fallen Sammael. Though there are other villains who can definitely compete against him such as Bill Cipher, Vilgax, White Diamond, Crom Cruach, and so on.
  • Big-Bad Ensemble:The Injustice Friends, Racing Drones, the League of Super Criminals, The Diamonds, Vilgax, Eggman, Van Kleiss, Bill Cipher, Satyra, Sammael and his Fallen. There are so many criminals and super villains in Grimm Fall and other dimensions that enter it, it get's difficult keeping track of their goals. Heck, sometimes this invokes The Big Bad Shuffle as there are villains that manipulate other villains.
  • Bad End: According to the Elemental Spirits along with a few others, earth's future has countless Multiple Endings with pretty much all but one being a bad end. Be it whether the Fallen accomplish their goals, Bill Cipher bringing Weirdmaggedon, or perhaps one of the countless villains like Hector, Eggman, or even Control Freak taking over the world. Whatever the case, there's only one Golden Ending that the heroes must fight for.
    • One of the spinoffs shows one of the bad futures. It's not pretty.
  • Bizarro Elements: Unlike the usual Elemental Powers that is Fire, Water, Earth, and Wind, GrimmFall has it's own elements. These are Fire, Ice, Slime, and Candy from the series Adventure Time. Apparently Earth and Wind are already taken...somehow.
  • Can't Kill You, Still Need You: While the Fallen Sammael has killed many, there are a few he lets live. Be it out of respect, or because he finds an interesting use for them in the future.
  • Citadel City: Denver, GrimmFall, Tokyo... Any city with Huntsmen or Huntresses in its population could be considered one of these.
    • Denver has a city wall, so it lives up to this trope.
  • Cliffhanger: The story has more than a few chapters that can end in a anticipating Cliffhanger that readers ca't wait to read.
  • City Guards: Denver has its own defense force in the form of the City Guard.
  • Chess Motifs: Both Sammael and Bill Cipher use chessboards that represent other Huntsmen, Heroes, Villains, and so on.
  • Crossover: With the introduction of those like Raven, Dani Phantom, Connor, and even Zero Squadron, technically in a sense it counts as a crossover. As they all come from other worlds introducing themselves in the GrimmFall-Verse.
  • Covert Group: Zero Squadron is an undercover special operations unit from Dimension O-000
  • Composite Character: A few characters have their own background changed or make them related to another series.
    • Such as Greg Universe from Steven Universe, also being Gregory from Over the Garden Wall grown up.
    • Another example is the minor Justice Friend member from Dexter's Lab Tiki Torch in the GrimmFall-verse, his secret identity is David Kawena from Lilo and Stitch.
    • Klarion of Young Justice being friends with Bill Cipher of Gravity Falls.
    • Bertha of the Injustice Friends related to Outcast Island of Dreamworks Dragons and many more characters.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: There are many fights here in GrimmFall, and some are pretty even. A few however show a fight being more than a little one-sided. Examples shown below:
    • Plasmius Malachite: Does this to Beach City and everyone she meets. the Crystal Gems, Seph, Huntsmen, and many others. They don't even kill her, but can only just weaken her. According to Seben, had the fight continued Plasmius Malachite would have destroyed the city and many others. A reverse Curb-Stomp Battle happens to her in the city of GrimmFall.
    • Yellow Diamond and Swayzak: The Gem leader faces the virus three times. She utterly crushes him all three times in cyberspace with him barley even able to harm her. Naturally he screams revenge for this.
    • Green Diamond does this to all the Grimm in the Sky Arena including the Grimm Dragon. Not a single one lived.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Nowhere has a dark history. During the early days of the 13 colonies, Eustace's ancestor, Father Ernest Bagge, lead a legion of superstitious people to where Kansas would be and burned 1,945 people (Human and Faunus) at the stake accused of witchcraft and alliance to the Fallen. Ernest's grandson, Cletus then went to that same land and build Nowhere over the mass unmarked graveyard. A horde of vandals later forced most of the farmers to slavery in exchange for the watermills they build for their farms. It was only when Jiles Galette came around did things start to look up for Nowhere.
  • Darker and Edgier: The spinoff, Tale of Nowhere, is much more darker than most of the series.
  • Deal with the Devil: We've seen a few examples pop into GrimmFall such as the various people that have fallen for Bill's words and made a deal of some kind with him, or when Dipper made the deal with Pacifica to stop a Lumberjack ghost. There's also Cree's own deal with the devil she's made with Sammael serving him in exchange for her sister's safety.
  • Defiant to the End: Usually the heroes when facing against the villains. Dracon in his spin-off story more so when he screams in the air that he will continue fighting for that one Good Ending path no matter what.
  • Demonic Possession: Bill Cipher does this to Dipper Pines, Steven Universe., and the fusion between Yellow Diamond and Blue Diamond: Green Diamond
  • Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: What the Gem Topaz does to two Elementals without even trying. Though admittingly they were rather unprepared and shocked when it happened.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Zero Squadron and by extension Dimension O-000 as a whole has this capability
    • Van Kleiss' machine has this ability as well
  • Drama-Preserving Handicap: Zero Squadron are by no means weak, with some capable of actually even fighting those like Katz. Admittingly, they do admit that they don't have flashy powers though, and must do their best not to gather much attention. Thus only use their 'big guns' if they have to.
  • Evil Old Folks: While many villains are typically young, there are those that are mean, nasty, and out righted murderess despite having old age. Benedict Uno Sr is definitely this trope. Even the Fallen Granny from Looney Tunes is this as well.
  • Evil vs. Evil: While there are many villains that can get along, be it through mutual interest or simply because of Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, due to there only being one world (earth) naturally many antagonists are against each other. Whether that's good for the side of justice or not is unknown.
  • Experienced Protagonist: While not everybody is super skilled like the grown ups, there are countless children characters who have more than proven themselves capable of fighting back.
  • Explaining Your Power to the Enemy: While not always, for some reason many heroes and villains just explain what there power is and hot it can work to the person their fighting. Such as Vidilia to Jasper, or Vilgax against Ben.
  • Family Business: Sanban Industries, and Dex Labs can be considered this.
  • Famed In-Story: Lots of heroes and Huntsmen are famous after having done lots of work over the years.
  • Fountain of Youth: A few individuals can be considered this. Such as the Gem/Human hybrid Seph. Or even the Fallen Sammael since he looks the same more or less.
  • Famous Ancestor: A few characters have this in truth. Nani and Lilo from Lilo & Stitch are related to Moana and Maui of the film Moana.
  • Flash Back:The story has a habit of showing numerous characters pasts along with briefs of history.
  • Fusion Dance: It has been shown that all Gems of the series Steven Universe can actually fuse together, usually by dancing. Be it Garnet from the components Sapphire and Ruby, or the rare and powerful fusion of Green Diamond from Yellow and Blue Diamond. Though apparently other beings can also fuse despite not being a Gem, such as the case of Bill Cipher and Steven or with Vlad Plasmius and Malachite. Both of the latter are considered a Merging Mistake.
  • Good Is Not Nice: While many Huntsmen/Huntresses along with Heroes are generally nice, a few aren't such as Mysterion and while not exactly cruel, don't hesitate to talk back to other heroes and show no mercy to the enemy. Seeing it as pointless and rather get the job done.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Sammael may be the Big Bad of GrimmFall, but as mentioned in the above, there are those who can compete for it and possibly be worse than him. Bill Cipher being one of them, as if he were to ever enter the physical realm, he'd become the most powerful being in the entire universe surpassing the Grimm and Fallen. The dream demon having influenced many humans over the centuries.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: Sammael counts as this, as we know he wants the [[spoiler Elementals]], but for what?
  • Hidden Villain:While we've seen numerous villains, there are indeed a few bad guys we've seen that are hidden until the big reveal. Sammael alongside Moloch were such for a bit in the beginning. The leader of Satyra, known as 'His Eminence' is also this being completely unknown.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Earth has quite a few humans who aren't entirely human. These are Steven Universe, Eddy, Raven, Marceline, Dani Phantom, Jim, Seph, the Fallen technically, and possibly Pacifica. Of course there are possibly more out there either hidden or not yet seen, and these are just the ones from earth.
  • Heroism Won't Pay the Bills: Subverted here. As a life of taking on Grimm and other dangerous threats, those that do hero work-aside from vigilantes and the likes of them-are payed quite well.
  • Hero of Another Story: This trope is definitely emphasized here in GrimmFall. Where one person is off stopping a bad guy, somewhere else another is stopping an alien invasion, or a blue hedgehog stopping a mad man. Since this dimension has many heroes, it's only natural that there are many that simultaneously stop numerous threats that happen near the same time as another.
  • Hidden Depths: Lots of characters are shown to have something many don't expects. Such as Cree truly loving her sister, but must work for Sammael or face the consequence. Yellow Diamond and Blue Diamond actually protecting Pink Diamond from White Diamond. We even see one with Sammael of all people who explains he also had his own suffering from long ago to his men.
  • In Spite of a Nail: While lots of the characters history have changed, with the timeline altered and many people meeting people they normally wouldn't, for some their stories are actually somewhat the same as their canon counterparts. Granted, their are indeed some differences here and there, but some routes they take can be considered near the same overall as canon.
  • I Work Alone: A few Huntsmen and Huntresses like Mysterion, Seph, do this along with other heroes. Though that doesn't mean sometimes they don't always face the bad guy alone, if the situation demands it.
  • Kid Hero: Lots of children-while not official-can definitely fit this trope. Official for the Power Puff Girls, who have actual super powers. Something that has been shown to be very rare despite the many semblances around.
  • Language Barrier: Strangely averted. Oddly everyone we've seen has spoke the same language more or less. Though admittingly some people in the series have shown to speak the same language. In Hail Crom though, the language Crom's Harvestors speak actually is tough for people to even understand.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Team REYN believe that without Grimm and Fallen, Artemis and Superboy's world is safer. Considering what viewers who've seen the show know such as The Light, Darkseid and the Anti-Life Equation, and The Reach, it's safe to say it isn't safe. Worst part being that Artemis and Superboy also don't know of these threats (aside from the Light possibly) until much later. And to make things even worse, Klarion, who is a member of The Light, has his own scheme going on in the world of Grimm, and is friends with Bill Cipher, which does not bode well.
    • Subverted for the Scotsman who took Raven as part of his team. The Huntsmen knowing of her world and the threats that resided on it thanks to her info.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: It's safe to say this tropes title pretty much say's it all, and GrimmFall certainly fits the bill with numerous character minor, supporting, and major.
  • Mentor Archetype: A few heroes or trained warriors have trained their own pupils as The Apprentice for them. They are:
    • Fanny Fulbright with Scotty Blake.
    • Wally with his Uncle Lou.
    • Dee Dee who's agreed to be Major Glory's apprentice.
    • Nyx with Klarion. Though unlike the others it's a forced apprenticeship rather than willing. More of an Evil Mentor one can say.
    • At one point Major Glory had a mentor in his Uncle Sam.
    • The Turtles from TMNT technically have Splinter.
    • Funny enough, The Diamond train their personal Pearls like apprentices.
    • Eventually Railspike becomes a mentor to Team Shinkalion.
  • Mini-Mecha: Dracon is one of these, being a human transferred into a robotic frame after a severe injury left him bedridden for the rest of his life.
  • Normal Fish in a Tiny Pond: There are so many Huntsmen and Huntresses, each with their own unique powers and abilities. However, compared to those like the Justice Friends, Dracon, The PowerPuff Girls and even heroes that aren't even human, they aren't as tough.
  • Not So Above It All: While the majority of the cast here are a lot more serious compared to their canon selves, that doesn't mean every now and then they can act silly and goofy.
  • Odd Friendship: A few people in the GrimmFall-Verse have this. Like Dracon and Starscream. Buttercup and Mitch. Heck, there was even Ed who actually got along with Blue Diamond of all people.
  • Older Than They Look: While certain characters like The Diamonds, Sammael, Gelorum, and at one point Number 2's grandma and others look rather young, in truth they are way older than one would expect despite their appearances. This caused by immortality, or something else entirely.
  • Original Character: There's no denying that the GrimmFall verse is full of major and minor OC, such as Dracon, Team REYN, and Nyx, alongside The Operator and some fellow Consortium members. More OC's are likely to come.
  • Outside-Context Problem: In this world, the main threat is the Grimm. However, some of the heroes have difficulty facing things they've never seen before, or enemies who have powers that can be considered not normal. Such as when the heroes and villains brought to the GrimmFall-Verse are unaware of aura and semblances, with a few thinking the same with them. Some people on earth also don't even realize that actual aliens have visited their world, and are unsure what the heck they are. Thus why certain groups like the Plumbers are made to combat them.
  • Put on a Bus: Downplayed. Due to the fact the story focuses on multiple characters, sometimes those we see or like are put on a hold for a few chapters or so. But be assured, they eventually make a comeback.
  • Punched Across the Room: Some of the characters are highly strong in the physical sense. Capable of knocking their enemies back from rooms to even buildings. The most famed example with Krunk punching [[spiler: Blue Diamond]] herself across buildings.
  • Reincarnation: This extends to certain characters like the Elementals, Fallen, and others like Cu Chulain. Even the legendary Thor had this with Johnny Bravo.
  • Race Life: Many people in the story has a change in their species. Becoming either Human, Mobian, or Faunus. Like Abby of KND becoming a faunus alongside Fred from Scooby-Doo. Or even Courage the Cowardly Dog and Scooby Doo becomig Mobians in turn.
  • Secret Identity: Averted for the most part, as most Huntsmen and Hutresses don't even bother with this. Sometimes even the villains. Though there are a few with hidden identities that are kept secret, but for other reasons all together.
  • Seen It All: Many of the stronger characters have seen quite a bit here in the GrimmFall-verse. Though that doesn't mean they can't get surprised now and then.
  • Shout-Out: Due to Van Kleiss and his machine, he has seen many worlds. Worlds that include:
    • Danny Phantom
    • My Life As a Teenage Robot
    • Winx Club
    • Avatar: The Last Airbender/The Legend of Korra
    • Marvel
    • DC Nation
    • Star Wars Series
    • Gundam
    • Digimon
    • Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion THE ANIMATION - plays a role as a top secret military project carried out by Japan
    • In GrimmFall: 101 chapter 2 the scene the Operator and Doctor are in coniderably like the Transformers Prime episode Thirst.
  • Secret War: Like RWBY with Ozpin and Salem, there are many heroes in GrimmFall who know that the Grimm are being controlled by Sammael who's kinda like Salem. The difference being more people know about him, though they don't reveal this to the public.
  • Shrouded in Myth: There are so many legends in the GrimmFall-Verse. The Elementals, Dragons, the Gem Invasion, Merlin and King Arthur, and so much more. Yet naturally not everyone of the public believes them aside from the chosen few or those trusted.
  • Standard Evil Organization Squad: Due to the high number of villains in GrimmFall, there are more than a few of these.
  • Superhero Speciation: Rarley is there anubody who has the same power. The majority having unique powers be it Semblance, freak accident, or whatever gave them power in the first place excluding those who don't have any.
  • The Cameo: Team RWBY actually makes one in one of the spin-off's, but only as a silhouette picture which was promptly burnt as it was useless. We also see other small cameos from other dimensions due to Van Kless's machine.
  • The Man Behind the Monsters: Naturally this goes to Sammael and his Fallenwho control the Grimm. For Crom Crutch, it is his own demons called Bodach. Plus we also have Doctor Diablos and his Demons from the Nightosphere.
  • The Sociopath: While there are many villains here in [GrimmFall], more than a few are twisted and plain sick. Taking full enjoyment of the suffering of their victims.
  • These Hands Have Killed: While it doesn't actually say or show it often, its implied some of the heroes of the world, despite their good intentions, have indeed killed others before. Mostly villains naturally due to their job to protect the innocence.
  • The Reveal:GrimmFall had had more than a few surprises, from which characters we've seen from other series, certain tv spoilers, and among other topics. Such as the reveal of the Fallen Sammael along with his allies. The identity of the Elementals themselves, that Velma pf the Scooby Doo gang is alive, the history of earth, and so much more. And those reading will keep seeing more reveals as time moves on.
  • Transforming Mecha: The Autobots and Decepticons, respectively.
    • The Shinkalions in Japan also qualify as these
  • Trapped in Another World: This is what happens to Van Kless's guests. Those being Skulker, Vlad, Dani, Conner, Artemis, and Raven, who are all trapped in another world. The first three not even realizing this. Hoagie and Nyx also becoming trapped in another dimension called the Pillow World.
    • Subverted for Star Butterfly and Zero Squadron, who came on their own and can more or less leave if they so wish to.

  • Slice of Life: While there are many chapters involving the characters adventures, some focus on their daily routine and activities instead, with nothing dangerous going on.
  • The Multiverse: While this mass crossover features many people, in the end their all technically belonging in the same world. Thanks to TOM, Van Kleiss, and a few dimension travelers, we can see other worlds though. Such as Mewni of Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Young Justice, and others.
  • Unwilling Roboticisation: Zigzagged. In chapter 112, the Racing Drones Generals were revealed to have once been organic. However it's unknown if this was voluntary or forced at all. Especially when it was revealed that after their aura - and possibly soul - were transferred, their real memories and personalities were sealed off.
    • Subverted with Dracon and the Shinkalions
  • Underestimating Badassery: Many people in the world of Grimm Fall have a slight belief that those without aura and semblances are unable to defend themselves. Those such as Leo of Ninja Turtles or even Team REYN. The people and individuals Artemis, Superboy, Raven, Dani Phantom, Skulker, Vlad Plasmius, and Optimus Prime brought to their dimension because of Van Kleiss prove otherwise. Van Kleiss also admitting that some of the other worlds, while their warriors are no match for GrimmFall, a certain few can actually beat them and are even capable of ruling the world. Zero Squadron also prove their worth with their own tech and innate abilities as Coordinators
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Some antagonists can escape the might hands of heroes. Dr Eggman is certainly one of them. Not to mention Scarr. Let's not forget the Fallen where they always seem to escape just in time. Not always, but usually.
  • Villain of Another Story: Not just heroes, but the story also sometimes focuses on multiple villains, and the fact Hero of Another Story is already a confirmed trope, it makes sense that this trope is also part of the GrimmFall-verse.
  • We Help the Helpless: While there are countless of Huntsmen and Huntresses, alongside a good amount of actual heroes, in the end there are just as many villains. As such the masses who are either untrained or not to strong to defend themselves, it befalls the former two to protect them.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Basically what happens to Hiccup after being placed in a rock body as his loved ones eventually die.
  • World's Strongest Man: While there are many powerful Huntsmen and Heroes, the title of 'World's Mightiest Mortal' goes to the Infraggable Krunk. The physically most powerful mortal on the earth, whose strength exceeds all. And in his Turbo Mode, even stronger to the point of challenging or surpassing divine beings.
  • You Are Not Alone: Teams are sometimes formed like in RWBY and they will stick together, or in some cases, be split apart due to circumstances or enemy activity
  • You Remind Me of X: This is what Conner and Artemis of the series Young Justice see when meeting the Justice Friends. Believing them to be like the Justice League of their world.


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