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Super Network Wars Omega: Suikoden Pilipinas (also known as just Super Network Wars) is an ongoing Mega Crossover Fan Fic written by MoonlightBomber, with some of the earlier chapters written by an acquaintance of his. It's written bilingually — in English and Filipino, in the style of an RPG.

Matthew Luke Laonglaan and Hyacinth Monterola are just typical Childhood Friends — until they realize that they are being sucked into an adventure that will determine the fate of the Philippines, which has just recovered from a devastating war against an Eldritch Abomination who disguised as a human.


The bulk of the adventure rests in the two forming the 108 Stars of Destiny, consisting of several personae from different places and dimensions — and from it, an army (named the Nueva Liga Filipina) which will stop the Eldritch Abomination from wreaking havoc to the Philippines once more.

And their adventure began from just a simple ratings game involving two major Philippine TV networks, ABS-CBN and GMA, which turned into a full-fledged literal war (hence the title).

Think equal parts Suikoden, Final Fantasy, and Super Robot Wars — with Loads and Loads of Characters from different works and Real Life, as well as some Original Generation characters, thrown in for good measure.

The story starts in an Alternate History version of the Philippines, in the year 2006.

Currently has 61 chapters (known as "episodes") and six "sidequests". The fic can be read here.


There is also a Visual Novel prequel to Super Network Wars titled Gravure: A Super Network Wars Prelude, which details Matthew Luke and Hyacinth's childhood experiences before they are thrust into this epic adventure. The game can be downloaded here.

Another prequel to Super Network Wars, To Heart: After Remembering the Memories, focuses on the characters from To Heart teaming up with four teen stars (Hero Angeles and Sandara Park being two of them, and who both reappear in Super Network Wars as two of the Stars of Destiny alongside many of the To Heart characters) against an evil politician. The RPG Maker XP-made game can be downloaded here.

A work-in-progress character sheet can be found here.


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