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The Big Four Cjupsher Series is an Massive Multiplayer Crossover series of fics written by cjupsher. It is a Superhero AU fanfic universe based off of the Rise of the Brave Tangled Dragons fandom.

  • The Big Four (Complete)
    • Four heroes must unite to face a great evil when the arch enemies team up. Can Night Fury, Frost, Archer, and Limelight come together in earth's hour of need to stop an ancient threat? Or will their differences make them fall? Can people with complicated very lives and secrets find love along the way? Do not own anything.
  • Limelight meets her match (Complete)
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    • Short Story: Its a normal day in Corona City until a new enemy appears. Powerful and deadly will she prove to be more than a match for even Limelight herself? Same world as Big Four superhero AU. Takes place after 'The Big Four'
  • The Day of Firestar (Complete)
    • A year after Elsa has become the defender of Arendale City, a deadly threat has come to cause havoc. Can Elsa and the special ops team of the NSA known as the Fantasia Unit stop it? And more importantly, whats going on with Anna? Set in the same Superhero AU as my Big Four story.
  • Lessons in Magic (Complete)
    • After the events of 'Day of Firestar', PH has agreed to train both Anna and Elsa in the ways of magic. Easier said than done. Especially for a certain fiery redhead. Does PH have the skills to teach her to master her new powers? Will Anna set something on fire in the process? Sequel to Day of Firestar
  • Pixie and the Snow Sprite (Complete)
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    • On a business Trip to Never City Hiccup and Jack meet a female version of themselves in the form of Pixie and Snow Sprite. Their visit leads to a timely alliance as the heroes must band together to stop a villain's plot. Same AU as my The Big Four story. Takes place after Big Four story Superhero AU.
  • Limelight and Archer: Goddess of War (Complete)
    • During an attempt to stop the Sons from obtaining a powerful mystic relic, Merida inadvertently becomes corrupted by it. Now she wields the powers of the god of war. Unfortunately, this has made her a power hungry she-devil intent on sending the world into an all-out war. Can Limelight stop her best friend?
  • The Big Four: An Old Friend (Complete)
    • An old friend and the crime-fighting partner of Night Fury and Frost returns to ask for their help. Someone she loves is in great danger. Can the Big Four save the man she loves? What plot will they uncover and attempt to stop from an enemy who is devious as he is dark. And what will Limelight and Archer think of her in the process? Sequel to 'The Big Four'
  • Archer and Nightfury: Merida Meets Pixie (Complete)
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    • Merida begins to feel like she has competition when a certain supergenius tinker from Never City shows up in Berk to help Hiccup with a personal project. The two geniuses seem alike in almost every way, making Merida feel like she has to fight for what is hers.
  • Limelight and Archer: Hunted (Vanished from the internet. Please post a link if found.)
    • Limelight and Archer are being framed. It appears as if enemies with abilities exactly like their own are terrorizing Corona. And it's up to to the two heroines to stop whoever is behind it. All while facing a city who has turned against them.
  • The Big Four: Spectrum and the Iron Man (Complete)
    • Right and wrong. Good and bad. Such things aren't always so black and white, as a young superhero apprentice is about to discover when she befriends a being not of this world. It's very existence raises questions. Why is it here? Is it dangerous? And can she trust her own instincts when everything about it isn't as it seems and the world is in peril?
  • Spectrum and Hiro: No Supervision (Complete)
    • While interning at the San Francisco branch of Haddock Industries and DunBroch corp, Hiro must face a threat to city and come to its rescue. Luckily for him, San Francisco has its own superhero who can help him out. Together, they'll show everyone they're more than just kids. They're heroes.
  • Frost and Night Fury: Rot of Mandrake (Dormant)
    • The world is in danger as a vengeful spirit of rot and decay returns. This time he seeks to rot away the entire world. It's up to Frost and Night Fury to stop him.
  • Superhero Drabbles (Dormant; last updated September 2017)
    • A collection of random drabbles and shorts taking place within my Big Four superhero AU. Will focus on random characters doing random things in and out of costume. Will vary from fluff, humor, to possibly even lemons.
  • Merricupsmutdrabble (Dead; last updated May 2016)
    • So I feel there isn't enough Merricup lemons. So out of mostly boredom I'm gonna write some drabbles featuring them. Will take place in my other story AU or other random scenarios.


This series provides examples of:

  • Alternate Universe: Chapter 44 of Superhero Drabbles feature in a Gender Bender alternate universe
    • The AU Night Fury is Henrietta "Hicca" Haddock III, where instead of using a fancy metal suit for offense and defense, Hicca actually has powers, being bestowed dragon-based abilities by an ancient artifact known as the Dragon-Eye.
    • The AU Frost (here named Winter Spirit) is female, who likes to tease Hicca on a regular basis.
    • The AU Archer is Meridus Dunbroch, male CEO of his family's company.
  • A Girl and Her Death-Machine: Spectrum and the Iron Giant
  • An Ice Person: Various cyromancers inhabit the world, using their powers for good or for evil.
    • Jackson Overland/Frost
    • Jackie Overland/Winter Spirit.
    • Elsa Callah/Ice Queen
    • The Snow Queen
    • Hydros the Ice Titan
    • Periwinkle/Snow Sprite
  • Artistic License – Geography: San Fransokyo takes place in California in the film, while here it is in Japan like in the original comic books.
  • The Archmage: The Sorcerer Supreme. There is one for every realm, believe it or not.
    • Earth
      • Moon Man
      • Yen Sid
      • Merlin
    • Underland
      • Mad Cat
  • Badass Decay
    • The Man in the Moon is portrayed as a mysterious, omnipresent nature deity in the film. Here though, Moon Man is considered the Sorcerer Supreme who sacrifices his life to save Jack, even granting him his powers.
    • The Guardians are world-famous, immortal spirits in the films, here they are a group of magical-but-mortal superheroes.
    • Pitch Black is fear incarnate and the Bogeyman in the films, but is portrayed as an everyday super-villain here.
  • Pretty Princess Powerhouse: Merida, Rapunzel, Anna, Elsa and over half of the other Disney Princess Classics present in this world can kick EVERYBODY'S ass.
  • Battle Couple
    • Merida and Hiccup make a great crime-fighting team while also being in a loving relationship.
  • Big Applesauce: Inverted, as New York City ''ironically'' has no heroes stationed in it. Any hero who appears - like when Hercules literally dropped in to kill a giant scorpion - usually is sent there, only to leave when their job is done.
    • Ever since Spectrum became a public face, younger citizens everywhere start making names for themselves as heroes, one of which being Tip Tucci in New York.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: Pitch, Drago and Gothel work with Mor'du both for revenge against their respective heroes and for a plot to gain untold power and conquer the world, splitting the spoils amongst themselves.
  • Brains and Brawn: Hiro/Prodigy's Teen Genius intellect paired with Riley/Spectrum's psychic faux-strength.
  • Cassandra Truth: Hercules admits to everyone else that he really is Hercules of Greek Mythology, though no one is really sure if he is telling the truth or if he is just a crazy guy with crazy weight-lifting skills. Anything can happen in this crazy world!
  • Caught with Your Pants Down: Hiccup tries to gather what's left of his clothes after Limelight and a possessed Archer fight, only for Pixie and Snow Sprite to see him completely naked.
  • Crossover Ship
    • Hiccup and Merida
    • Jack Frost and Rapunzel
    • Drago and Gothel.
    • Elsa and Periwinkle.
  • Chekhov's Gun: In Archer and Nightfury: Merida Meets Pixie, Hiccup and Tink spend all of their time making the Scauldron. The Scauldron later appears in The Big Four: Spectrum and the Iron Man'', Hiccup summoning it and using its weapons in an effort to destroy the Iron Giant Mothership.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Hiccup's troubled past with the death of his girlfriend Keiko left Hiccup to be a tragic and humorless superhero.
    • Freudian Excuse: This was later rectified with the help of his friends, but has still left him afraid of romantic relationships, lest he has his heart broken again.
  • Dating Catwoman: Hiccup once dated Heather who just so happened to be the anti-hero/villain Steel Dragon that Hiccup (as Night Fury) fought with and against on an on again off again basis.
  • Deus ex Machina: The Pumpkin King appears out of nowhere and saves Hiccup and Merida at the last minute from becoming lost in the spirit world.
  • Everyone Is Related: In Chapter 57 of Superhero Drabbles, it is revealed that Jack Skellington is cousin to La Muerta.
  • Evil Makes You Monstrous: Drago uses his mad-science to splice his own DNA with Dragon-DNA. This becomes far more-so when he becomes empowered by the dark spirits of the spirit world.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Pitch Black
  • Fantastic Racism: PH is first resentful with Sally's addition to the team because of her history fighting the undead, but later warms up to her and even introduces her to Jack Skellington.
  • Frankenstein's Monster: Sally/Ragdoll
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: Mavis Dracula/Calamity Bane
  • General Ripper: General Monger
  • Girly Bruiser: Rapunzel Corona wears pink, loves cute things and models for fashion magazines, and yet Limelight is the strongest, fastest and most invulnerable member of the team.
  • Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Belle is a weapons specialist, while her husband Adam/Beast prefers close-range combat.
  • Handicapped Badass: Hiccup is the leader of the Big Four, is a mechanics expert, is the smartest member of the team and has a prosthetic foot from an accident when he was younger.
  • Heroes "R" Us: NSA
  • Hidden Villain: Pitch, Drago and Gothel keep mentioning a leader, but it isn't revealed to be Mor'du until much later in the story.
  • Imaginary Love Triangle: Hiccup, Merida and Tinker Bell. While Tinker Bell does have a crush on Hiccup, Merida's assumptions about the fairy and her boyfriend comes across as crazed, if not corny.
  • Interplay of Sex and Violence
    • When possessed by the Helmet of Sparda, Merida uses Hiccup as her own personal sex-slave, nearly riding the guy into a broken mess. When everything is all over, Hiccup is in a full-body cast from the waist down, admitting to Jack on how awesome it was.
    • Megaera meets back in her teammates in a wheelchair after a night of passionate sex with her boyfriend Hercules, remarking on how it "hurts so good."
  • Interrupted Intimacy: This seems to happen with Hiccup and Merida the most.
    • The first time this happened was on their first night together, both of their respective alarms go off telling them to suit up, forcing them to take a rain-check.
    • The second time this happens is when they get back together after revealing their secret identities, having been interrupted before they could finish by Toothless who was chasing after a rat made from Pitch's nightmare sand
    • The third time was during sex when Merida (then possessed by the Helmet of Sparda) was using Hiccup as her sex-slave. Limelight bursts through the walls, only to recoil in shock at the sight of her teammates. Merida challenges her to a fight, ignoring the fact that she was wearing nothing but the helmet, leaving Limelight incredibly flustered.
  • Interservice Rivalry: While not openly hostile to each other, the NSA and Area Fifty-Something do not always get along, their jobs occasionally hitting grey-areas that lead to conflict. Monger himself even referred to Dicker as a "smug bastard", hinting at a history.
  • It's Not You, It's Me: During the merger of their companies, Hiccup and Merida where dating. When Hiccup found out that Merida was a hero just like him, he broke it off, afraid of committing because of what happened to his previous girlfriend.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Gothel is a user of Black Magic and is Limelight's former adopted mother and greatest enemy.
  • Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: It is hinted that Hiccup and Merida could be the reincarnations of an ancient Dragon Rider and a Celtic princess who were romantically involved and spearheaded the original fight against Mor'du. Whether this is true or not is never clarified or even acknowledgeded by the Big Four themselves. Only characters that were there at the time (Mor'du and the Pumpkin King) give it any serious credit.
  • The Men in Black: Whereas the NSA deals in terrestrial affairs - primarily Supers - Area 50something is the government organization meant do deal with Alien threats. Unfortunately for the Iron Giant, General Monger isn't as tactful and sensitive in dealing with these affairs as Director Dicker.
  • Militaries Are Useless: Played for laughs when Spectrum psychically makes Area Fifty-Something soldiers vomit uncontrollably during the Big Four's battle with them.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Hiccup is considered by more than one girl to be very attractive, even by girls he would think are out of his league.
  • Our Fairies Are Different: This world possesses multiple kinds of fairies.
    • Toothiana/Hummingbird, a member of the Guardians and ex-girlfriend of Frost.
    • Tinker Bell/Pixie, Tinker-talent fairy and hero to Never City
    • Periwinkle/Frost Fairy, Frost-talent fairy, hero to Never City and ex-girlfriend of Frost.
    • Maleficent, mistress of all-evil.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: This world possesses multiple kinds of vampires.
    • Mavis Dracula, also called Calamity Bane, is the daughter of Count Dracula and cowgirl superhero of Berk.
    • Count Dracula - Mavis' father, Vlad/Gaston's sire, and owner of Hotel Transylvania.
    • Vlad/Gaston, Vampire Mastermind and Criminal Overlord.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: This world possesses many different kinds of undead
    • Sally/Ragdoll is a patchwork entity created by Dr. Finkelstein using Dr. Frankenstein's notes
    • Jack Skellington/The Pumpkin King is a powerful skeleton sorcerer from an afterlife beyond.
    • Emily is a dead-bride that plays the piano in Bone-jangle's tavern.
  • Playing with Fire: Various pyromancers inhabit the world, using their powers for good or for evil.
    • Anna Callagh/Firestar
    • Frollo
    • Riley Andersen
  • Power Parasite: Pitch Black's signature weapon - his Nightmare sand - was actually a corrupted magic he stole from his foe the Sandman.
  • Psychic Children: Riley Andersen. She was captured by a secret organization trying to create super-soldiers, having kidnapped Riley and experimented on her. After being found by Limelight, she returns to her parents and are even given help in controlling her powers by PH and the NSA.
  • Puppy Love: The secondary (arguably primary) plot of "Spectrum and Hiro" is the teen heroes developing this.
  • Religion of Evil: The Sons of Hades is a cult that worships Hades, using magical artifacts and monsters of Greek Mythology in hopes of ruling the world on behalf of their god Hades.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Mor'du and his team use the Sword of Mor'du to open a portal into the spirit world, releasing an infinite number of dark spirits.
    • Leaking Can of Evil: While the heroes successfully seal the portal off, some of the dark spirits still escape, planning on returning to whatever dark business they had before their deaths.
  • Shock and Awe: Various electromancers inhabit the world, using their powers for good or for evil.
    • Riley Andersen
  • Sinister Minister: Frollo arising back to the mortal world with flames in his hands.
  • Situational Sexuality: Chapters 9 and 10 of Merricupsmutdrabble has Merida interested in a threesome with her boyfriend Hiccup and his old friend Camicazi. They even have few moments where it is just her and Camicazi.
  • The Squad: Fantasia Unit is a female group of NSA agents that handles superhero and super-villain affairs.
    • The Leader: Jane Porter
    • The Smart Guy: Belle
    • Loveable Rogue: Megaera, who was a former member of the Sons of Hades.
    • Magical Girl Warrior: PH, the NSA's #1 magic user, and teacher to Elsa and Anna.
    • Dressing as the Enemy: Mulan, double-agent on Fantasia's behalf.
    • Designated Point Man: Esmerelda
    • Big Brother Instinct: The team holds a big sister(s)-little sister relationship with Sally. Being the youngest of the team, she turns to her teammates for romantic advice, leading to relentless teasing and overprotective behavior.
    • New Meat: Kayley "The Kid" Lionel. Rookie fresh from the Academy. Applied temporarily to the Fantasia Unit to bring them their coffee.
  • Stern Teacher: While Limelight is normally sweet and loving, she can be strict when the situation calls for it, lecturing Spectrum when she does something careless, even grounding her and having her do chores when she goes against orders.
  • Terror Hero: Before Frost calmed his temperament, Night Fury was known to be a just but rather brutal hero, frightening the civilians of Berk as much as the criminals.
  • To Be Continued: Even though the Big Four managed to seal the portal to the spirit world, many villains have now resurfaced, having escaped the Spirit world and are back to wreak havoc on the Earth once again.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Limelight can fly, can shake off a building falling on her without a scratch, can lift over 400 tons and can heal people afflicted with dark magic.
  • Vain Sorceress: Definitely Gothel. She kidnaps children and sucks the youth out of others to keep herself looking young and beautiful.
  • Villain Team-Up: Chapter 51 of Superhero Drabbles shows how Mor'du gathered Drago, Gothel and Pitch together for their diabolical plan in The Big Four.
  • Villain with Good Publicity: In Chapter 56 of Superhero Drabbles, Senator Radcliffe has a sizable following in his Anti-Supers campaign, even going so far as to hire supers to attack his own gathering to prove his own point.
  • Weird West: Mavis Dracula/Calamity Bane is a vampire cowgirl super-heroine that uses wrestling moves against criminals.
  • The Wiki Rule: Contents can be found on Cjupsher Wiki.
  • Wizard Duel: In Chapter 41 of Superhero Drabbles, it is revealed that Jack Skellington and the Other Mother have a long, violent history together, as it was Jack drove her into hiding in an epic battle.

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