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A fanfic Mega Crossover series that takes place within the Sailor Moon Remake universe, set sometime after the fanfic version Teknophage: Demon's Reign. When the Phage himself is brought to Earth, even The Powerpuff Girls and the original Sailors that have become Foreign Exchange Students to Townsville learn they are no match for the serpent and his crew. They later gather as many allies as they can with the dark side gathering their own recruitment for their own team. However, as the sides fighting continues, it is learned that not everything as it seems as even more greater evils, including the foes from Sailor Moon, come to join the fight, making the KNS and Team Spicer as they are called to join sides whenever it happens to fight against the combat foes. Sometimes, it's either for the better or worse...


The series co-written by JusSonic and Julayla can be found here.

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  • Abusive Parents: Some of the KNS characters are shown to have had this, especially Pinky (of Rock-A-Doodle fame) toward Brer Fox.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: In the comics he reside in, the Phage was a horrid monster with little to no redeeming qualities. Here, in the series and its prequel, Demon's Reign, he is shown to have a softer side and sees the iconic Yoshi as a respectable Morality Pet as well as having genuine Pet the Dog moments.
  • A Dayinthe Limelight: The Side Stories themselves provide this.
  • Alternate Continuity
  • Animesque: Most characters, minus most Toons and certain furries, are suppose to represent this (especially the Mr. Men and Little Misses).
  • Berserk Button: Many characters show it, but especially Brer Fox when it comes to messing with his own family, especially Tails and Swiper, his own two grandsons.
  • Butt-Monkey: Certain characters, but especially Fidget gets this.
  • Canon Character All Along: During the side stories within the first two seasons, a character who goes by the name of Rast slowly becomes friends with Hotaru and friends. Eventually, in the 30,000 Big Boys story, it's revealed that the man they were friends with was actually the Septarian, Rasticore.
  • Character Development: Surprisingly, despite a massive crossover, it does show character development overtime, especially in the Side Stories.
  • Cityof Adventure: Tokyo, Japan itself.
  • Continuity Nod: This trope is filled with it.
  • Continuity Reboot: Mainly of the Sailor Moon series with it mostly focusing on the Anime aspect with Broad Strokes of most of Sailor Moon's lore.
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  • Dub Name Change: Like the show, the Inner Senshi (and more to an extent, the few supporting cast from that show as of Rini) retain the name, though now there is an In-Universe explanation for the name changes.
  • Freeing the Genie: Sailor Moon uses this wish on Shenron during the Chrono Arc. However, as time passes, it's become clear that there are drastic consequences in freeing the dragon of the Dragon Balls.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: For a series with massive characters, what else can you expect?
  • Mega Crossover: The entire series is this.
  • Mythology Gag: As a whole in the series, it is also filled with certain gags from other shows.
    • Danni dies by Galaxia killing her in front of Mordecai and Rigby before the Sailor Starlights rescue them is similar to when in the Manga version of Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon witnesses her love killed in front of her by Galaxia.
  • Out of Order: This is mainly due to the main and Side Stories being in Anachronic Order which jumps back and forth to tales told within different orders.
  • Reset Button: Defeating Lavos combined with the final battle against Metallia possessing both Beryl and her daughter Julayla with the crystal's power granting Serena's wish confirms that the Season 1 finale resets those that died and have not watched the Lavos Battle creates a Retcon with those that don't witness the battle having no memories of their previous canon timelines.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: A lot of this happens within the series, but one of the more notable ones happens when Miss Whoops (with Mordecai and Rigby) give one to Johnny's mother Sally and calls her out on the way she treated her son.
  • Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: It's revealed within the series that those that have watched the fight against Lavos retain their memories of the previous timelines. (ex. Lucario, the Videoland friends, and Rasticore with hints that Toffee (who was revived in the world they're in) might remember.)
  • Running Gag: Cheese randomly appearing out of nowhere until after Dimentio in Count Bleck Arc blows him up.
  • Script Fic: The entire series (minus the Lemon stories) itself is this.
  • Shoot the Shaggy Dog: On the 2 parter Black Mamba pregnancy fics, everyone wanted to try taking the twins of Dr. Viper and Black Mamba for themselves. However, after the twins are sent away from Earth, they land on Alderaan. But what is the real kicker that can be described as heartwrenching is that in the main KNS arc that it was not only discovered that the twins would not have long to live, but they along with the parents of Leia were destroyed by the Death Star on Alderaan.
  • Shout-Out: Certain episodes show there are shout outs from certain movies and fics.
  • Stealth Sequel: In one Side Story, the series is confirmed to have taken place after the series finale of Star vs. the Forces of Evil with a Lavos Defeat and Silver Crystal wishing ensuring that the series itself starts over for the cast of the series.
  • Twice-Told Tale: Some of the adventures the KNS and Team Spicer go through involves being involved in certain games/movies/shows. (ex. The Little Mermaid (1989) and The Nightmare Before Christmas adaptation within the Kingdom Hearts games.)
  • Villain Decay: Certain villains that have been in Team Spicer, but especially the Phage himself, started this as character development occurs.

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