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The Loud House: Revamped is an insanely longnote  The Loud House Massive Multiplayer Crossover fanfic created by Jamesdean5842 and updated (almost) daily since 2017.

It involves the author himself, referred to as J.D. Knudson, moving to Royal Woods in Michigan and meeting the Loud family, embarking on lots of adventures and fighting evil as Team Loud Phoenix Storm.

As of February 20, 2024, the story has finally ended after 2,328 chapters, and a sequel began soon after.

The greatest tropes have just begun:

  • Adaptation Drift: It started as a standard self-insert The Loud House fanfiction before turning into a massive crossover with a huge cast ensemble and strict formula: Team Loud Phoenix Storm saves several girls who join Lincoln's harem.
  • Age Lift:
    • According to the end message at the end of chapter 3 (Origins Part 2), J.D. in the fanfic is 15. However in real life, the author was 30 by the time of that chapter's publication.
    • Lincoln is seventeen years old as of chapter 1857.
  • Artifact Title: In the "Volcanic Trip" arc they visit a lot of countries that don't have volcanoes.
  • Artistic License – Geography: In the chapter where they visit French Guiana, J.D. mentions that he doesn't want to visit Jonestown there. That settlement was actually located in Guyana.
  • As the Good Book Says...: The heroes use attacks based on various Bible stories to defeat Judge Frollo.
  • Author Tract:
    • Perhaps many of the author's reactions are usually this, such as dishing out on Communism or targeting topics he didn't seem to be fond of.
    • Bullies get the absolute worst of it in the chapters. Although some canon bullies, for example Chloé Bourgeois to give a name, are given a chance to turn over a new leaf and become an ally of the Team.
  • Bond One-Liner: J.D. is known to do this fairly often.
    J.D. (after killing an evil Sasuke): Enjoy hell Sasu-gay.
  • Bring My Brown Pants:
    • Chip Whistler craps his pants eight times after Fluttershy gives him "The Reason You Suck" Speech.
    • This would later happen to Gladys Sharp in chapter 1574, where she craps her pants 15 times after Fluttershy does the same thing.
    • Exaggerated in chapter 1590, where Alejandro craps his pants 100,000 times from a reprimanding. Chapter 1951 takes this even further when Dustin Keystone craps himself five million times.
    • Weaponized when Boingo explodes after a reprimanding.
    • Morag pees herself when J.D. does the exact same thing in chapter 1537.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Characters tend to announce their attacks beforehand. In some cases, it can take several pages.
  • Circles of Hell: In one of the chapters in the "Simulator" arc and the second Glitch Techs chapter, J.D., Team Loud Phoenix Storm, Ridley the Glitch Modder and Glitch Techs traverse the Circles of Hell from the Dante's Inferno video game.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: The characters tend to swear a lot, especially in the later chapters.
    J.D. (after killing Lex Luthor): Burn in Hell you psychopathic motherfucking son of a fucking bitch.
  • Combination Attack: A common way for the team to defeat their foes.
  • Cool Car: Vanzilla 2.0, the exact opposite of the show's Vanzilla. It can fly and float!
  • Crossover Couple: Exaggerated to epic lengths, there's a Crossover Harem surrounding Lincoln. Along with his canon love interest Ronnie Anne, his romantic partners include (but are not limited to) Tangle the Lemur, Jewel the Beetle, Whisper the Wolf, the Kisaragi Nine baseball team, Ryuko Matoi, Reimu Hakurei, and most of the female ensemble of the 2009 Strawberry Shortcake series. The ideas for girlfriends primarily come from audience suggestion on the author's DeviantArt page, and the list is still being updated to the point the number can rival the fic's word count.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Given that the heroes usually outnumber the villains ten-to-one in the battles, this is bound to happen.
    • Most common are the 'usual battles' that are over after a single combined attack. Later, Lincoln's rescues are over with one or two combined attacks.
    • For main battles, the villains commonly get defeated without getting a chance to attack. Even if the villain attacks, it is very common for all the attacks to get dodged, blocked or absorbed.
  • Demoted to Extra: Many characters are given this treatment. One example being that in the Raya and the Last Dragon chapter, Sisu is only given one line, despite being the titular dragon of that film!
  • Damsel in Distress: In later chapters, there are almost always a small group of girls who need rescuing.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: This happens pretty frequently, with characters describing something as "awesome" or "cool" multiple times.
    Jake turned into an awesome Red Dragon. He was awesome.
  • Description Porn: Mixed with Costume Porn.
    • From the chapters 1533 there are two paragraphs in a row that describe how Lincoln looks like, what he is wearing and what he is wielding. It first takes about a third of the page, gradually increasing in length until in chapter 2058 onward, those two paragraphs take up more than a page.
    • Transformation sequence descriptions of most of the characters are very verbose, mostly describing how the character's looks and equipment has changed and what has remained the same. Lincoln's latest transformation takes over three pages.
  • Dirty Communists: The author hates communism, and it shows. Every communist character is a villain in this fic.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": The Inkling character is just called "Inkling". Justified as it's based on their depiction in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate where they are called "Inkling".
  • Doorstopper: By 2020, the fic reached over 16 million words, making it more than 17 times as long as War and Peace. This makes it the longest piece of literature in history. It's also notable in this respect because the fanfic is so long that it broke's word count: since the site uses 24-bit integers, it can't display a word count higher than 16,777,215. The actual word count, as of December of 2023, is over 31,500,000. It should be noted that the validity of it's claim of being the longest single work of fiction ever is called into question, as some chapters are just copy and pastes of a wikipedia pages and there being multiple people in the reviews actively writing chunks of the fic themselves.
  • Early-Installment Weirdness: The early chapters are barely crossovers at all, instead they play out more like remakes of The Loud House episodes with Knudson intervening and altering the events.
  • Elemental Powers, Eventually, Lincoln, Knudson and many others wield the power of Fire, Ice, Water, Wind, Lightning, Earth, Lava, Light, Darkness, Crystals, Wood, Stars, Time, Nature, Gravity, Blood, Magic, Moonlight and more.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Many otherwise ordinary characters gain superpowers. This is obviously most notable with the Loud siblings, who go from neighborly kids always cooking up wacky hijinks to an ultra-powered Sibling Team of multiverse saviors.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Lampshaded, but Lucky states that Jark Matter, suprisingly enough, doesn't condone cannibalism.
  • Fantastic Light Source: J.D. uses his lightsaber as a light source several times.
  • Fix Fic: Has elements of this. An example is in the crossover chapter with The Land Before Time where Littlefoot's mother is saved rather than killed as in the original.
  • Flanderization: This happens to a lot of characters featured in this fanfic. A good example is that Shaggy usually only says "ZOINKS! It's [insert name of monster that had just appeared]!". Guest characters often become devices used for exposition as well, to the point they can be stated by any other character and nothing would change.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Later chapters have multiple paragraphs written in Japanese.
  • Hated by All: Vicky is a terrible babysitter, and at worst a diabolical sadist. That being said, none of the characters like her and she's deemed evil enough to be thrown into a cosmic Hellhole Prison. The cast occasionally visits her to torment her (no matter how inappropriate it is for the used characters). She gets verbally torn apart in various "Reason You Suck" speeches, on the end of gratuitous violence (yet never dies), and even her own family officially disowns her. Vicky hisses and roars like an untamed creature in response, and never shows a shift in attitude from enduring the hate.
  • Heel–Face Turn: The Redemption Squad is basically this trope. First they fight the team, then they join it.
  • High-Voltage Death: Glenn Quagmire is executed this way in chapter 1522.
  • Infodump: In the later chapters, whenever a character or sometimes even an element is introduced, expect a copy and paste from a fan wiki or Wikipedia.
  • Interpol Special Agent: Interpol is treated as a full-blown police force.
  • Invincible Hero: You can't win against J.D. Knudson and his friends, even if you try!
  • It Makes Sense in Context: It gets weirder and weirder until you get to the point where bullying will land you in the slammer and Vypra, a literal demon and Praxina, an alien are sisters.
  • Last of Her Kind: In chapter 90, Wednesday Addams is the only survivor of the Addams family following their house exploding.
  • Later-Installment Weirdness: Earlier chapters were only remakes of Loud House episodes with J.D. appearing to help out Lincoln and Clyde, while later chapters contain the following: entire wikia entries, transformation sequences that are pages long, Lincoln's harem growing bigger by each chapter, song lyrics copied and pasted, and gym sequences featuring 900,000,000,000,000 crunches.
  • Latin Land: Chapter 1739 serves as the Cinco de Mayo special featuring the Colombian Madrigals.
  • Legion of Doom: The trope namer themselves and the Masters Of Evil. Although, calling them evil is a large stretch.
  • Longer-Than-Life Sentence: Villains are regularly on the receiving end of these, such as Amelia Von Butch's sentence of 15,234 years or Vicky's sentence of 440 life sentences plus 20,764,146 years. Some very unfortunate villains are cursed with eternal life so they have to serve the entire sentence or are cryofrozen.
  • Magic Music: Sometimes heroes sing a song in order to power up their attacks, complete with lyrics.
  • Massive Multiplayer Crossover: The fanfic crosses over with works from almost every medium imaginable, from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory to Wolfwalkers. Earlier chapters featured the characters visiting just one world, but more recent chapters feature two or more crossovers (e.g. The Invisible Man (2020), Sphere and T.U.F.F. Puppy). If you look up the fanfic's title with a certain fandom or character name, chances are a chapter may pop up.
  • No Endor Holocaust: Even the attacks that shake the very foundation of the universe tend to not cause collateral damage.
  • Nosebleed:
    • Lincoln's nose tends to bleed seeing his harem members transform.
    • Many members of Lincoln's harem get a nosebleed seeing Lincoln, especially when the team is doing exercises.
  • Off with His Head!: Espio decapitates Randall in chapter 1471.
  • Omniglot: J.D. knows everything from English to Vietnamese.
  • On the Next: From chapter 830 or so onwards, at the end of the chapter there will be a section that describes what is going to happen in next chapter. They start out as a single sentence but as the chapter number increases the preview gets longer. By the end of chapter 1900 and onward, the description of upcoming chapter takes up usually at least half of the page, if not more.
  • Out-of-Character Alert: A lot of characters act in ways that they wouldn't in their own shows or movies.
    Marge Simpson (after seeing Homer and Mindy Simmons get married): YOU FUCKING BITCH! I WILL KILL YOU FOR THIS! I WILL BE BACK! I WILL KILL YOU!
  • Overly Long Gag: About most of the things that occur in this story (especially in the later chapters) will veer into this territory. Just look at a couple of the entries citing some parts of the fic on this page!
  • Polyamory: In the future, Lincoln Loud will marry multiple (well over a thousand) wives and have children with them. Some of them join him in the adventure in present day.
  • Power Echoes: After numerous transformations, characters often talk with an echo, often about how incredible they feel. Lincoln eventually talks with "Divine Echoing Godly Voice of The Divine Godly Universal Mythological Cosmic Eternal Harmonious United Friendship Elemental Thunderbird Buffalo Vampire Werewolf Demon Dragon Mermaid Phoenix God Angel of Truth, Justice, Love, Compassion, Hope, Forgiveness, Valor, Virtue, Determination, Loyalty, Honesty, Generosity, Kindness, Selflessness, Courage, and Trust and Divine Godly Universal Mythological Cosmic Harmonious United Friendship Elemental Thunderbird Buffalo Vampire Werewolf Phoenix God Angel of Truth, Justice, Love, Compassion, Hope, Forgiveness, Valor, Virtue, Determination, Loyalty, Honesty, Generosity, Kindness, Selflessness, Courage, and Trust and Divine Cosmic Eternal Godly Universal Mythological Cosmic Eternal Harmonious United Friendship Elemental Thunderbird Buffalo Vampire Werewolf Demon Dragon Mermaid Phoenix God Angel of Truth, Justice, Love, Compassion, Hope, Forgiveness, Valor, Virtue, Determination, Loyalty, Honesty, Generosity, Kindness, Selflessness, Courage, and Trust and Divine Godly Universal Mythological Cosmic Harmonious United Friendship Elemental Thunderbird Buffalo Vampire Werewolf Phoenix God Angel of Truth, Justice, Love, Compassion, Hope, Forgiveness, Valor, Virtue, Determination, Loyalty, Honesty, Generosity, Kindness, Selflessness, Courage, and Trust".
  • Protagonist-Centered Morality: J.D's obsessed with making the lives of villains hell, or even killing those that deserve death, making them seem a lot less dangerous in comparison to what he does. He, despite being a Jedi, also violates Jedi code constantly, always seeking revenge and enacting sadistic, hideous cruelty on people who do nothing to him (justified as he is a Grey Jedi so he doesn't follow some rules), and also tortures them for no reason while in person, i.e. Going to their prison cell and repeatedly farting on them so hard they lose their hair and physically assaulting them, justified as some villains are scumbags and they have nothing else to do.
  • Ruder and Cruder: In comparison to the show it's based on, at least. Characters regularly say "fuck", "shit", "bitch", and tons of other swear words, something that never happens in The Loud House, or many of the properties represented here for that matter.
  • "Reason You Suck" Speech: JD gives this to Fugaku Uchiha, calling him out on his delusions and the Uchiha's crimes.
    JD: Hmm. Yes and a "Motherfucking Cur" was the only kind of person you can handle. I remember that you said that very same thing to me in 150,000 years just as I was killing the Uchiha for their crimes and snuffing out the very darkness that they used to destroy so many lives. When you made your speech about how you were going to kill all of the Leaf in the name of Madara Uchiha all you did was seal your fate. You poisoned your own son with your own hatred and turned him into a miniature version of you and you poisoned his mind with so much of your hatred that he became a totally lost cause. You made him into a homicidal and completely mentally unstable psychopath and he did not show any value towards friendship or comradery. He wanted everything handed to him on a silver platter just like you do. He cheated in everything, Even though Ninjas cheat, education is the one thing that we NEVER cheat at. Isn't that right and they say that you were leading the Uchiha to greatness. But it turns out you're just another lost soul of the run-of-the-mill ninja. And you know it. You're not even in the same league in the kind of power that I possess. I can destroy the entire universe in the mere blink of a cosmic eye. In fact, next to my kind of power and the power that you have, you are nothing compared to me and are nothing but a bunch of pathetic ants compared to it. The way you covet all that power, the way you do all the deeds in the name of the devil known as Madara Uchiha, a monster and a planet destroyer. It's downright fucking disgusting. As the most powerful fighter and warrior and champion in the universe, all I see when I look at you is a fucked up miserable fuckweed and a heartless motherfucking psychotic wretch. And on top of that I fucking hate your style above all others you ruthless fuckkicker! What is it that you are hoping to accomplish? Stealing all the jutsu in the world just to expand your jutsu arsenal and repertoire, committing crimes all over the planet just to satisfy Madara Uchiha, murdering innocent people, stealing jutsu, and above all betraying the very village you founded. You Uchiha Motherfuckers don't give a flying fuck about anyone but your pathetic goddamned motherfucking selves and that is why I killed them all. The Uchiha are heartless monsters that murder, lie, steal, betray and are completely powerhungry. YOU ALL FUCKING DISGUST ME!
  • Script Fic: The fanfic is written this way.
  • Self-Duplication: Many characters can make clones of themselves. This ability is most commonly used by Lincoln who uses cloning to hug and kiss several members of his harem at the same time.
  • Self-Insert Fic: The main character of the fic is its author, referred to as J.D. Knudson.
  • Serial Escalation: Who knew that this fic started simply as Loud House episode recreations before it turned into a full blown Massive Multiplayer Crossover with lots of adventures in just about every chapter?
  • Shaking the Rump: In "Get the Message", as with the episode it's based on, one of Lincoln's moves he does in the VR game is twerking to defeat zombies.
  • Show, Don't Tell: A number of fight scenes are written as "they kicked their butts", "an epic fight happened", so on and so forth.
  • Song Fic: The "70s Disco Villain" chapter has a fair bit of lyrics for Disco songs.
  • South of the Border: Chapter 1739 has Team Loud Phoenix Storm cast a Mexican-food themed group attack called “Cinco de Mayo Megablast Surprise” to defeat Don Rafael Montero.

  • Strictly Formula: The formula changes gradually but later chapters go by a very specific plotline:
    • There are usual shenanigans, then Nico rescues someone. After that, there are a a few to several girls that need rescuing. After a villain gets defeated and the girls being rescued, the girls are revealed to be part of Lincoln's harem and fall in love with him. After a workout session with large amount of physical and mental exercises, the team reads the data about the villains and is shocked and/or horrified. The team proceeds to do several 'usual battles'. Then the team battles the main villain, usually with at least one of the heroes undergoing transformation sequence. The villain gets defeated and the team enjoys rest of the day before going back to sleep.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: A lot of villains, even the ones who are not that powerful, are on the receiving end of attacks that could shake even the entire planet or a galaxy.
  • Time Travel: This fic utilises it a fair bit. One of the arcs has the team going into the far future to meet creatures from The Future is Wild.
  • Transatlantic Equivalent: The Super Sentai are referred to as the "Japanese Power Rangers" for most of if not all the time, as the Power Rangers characters were introduced before the Super Sentai characters were.
  • Transformation Sequence: Eventually, members of the Team Phoenix start undergoing transformation sequences. First it's the J.D. Knudson, then members of the Loud family, starting from Lincoln, then the rest of the team.
  • Trumplica: Averted. The actual Donald Trump appears in this fanfic, and is executed by firing squad in the only chapter he appears in.
  • Wall of Text: There are few examples of this happening:
    • Examples include fight against Frollo's men in chapter 1583 that lasts more than an entire page.
    • Later, battle scenes with Lincoln's rescue consist of more than a page worth of text wall of the team members unholstering their weapons.
  • Whole-Plot Reference: Many early chapters copy plots of episodes of other cartoons outside of The Loud House. The most common are select SpongeBob SquarePants episodes.
  • World Tour: The "Volcanic Trip" arc, despite its name, involves the team going on a general world tour.
  • Would Hurt a Child: They usually Wouldn't Hurt a Child, but they do make exceptions to that rule. Like killing Brandon Breyer in chapter 1491.
  • Written Sound Effect: Starting from Chapter 750 or so, the fic started using "KRABOOOOOOOOOM!" to describe explosions. Sometimes it can be as long as an essay. This is most commonly seen in chapters 1000 to 1600. Later chapters replaced the longest krabooms with "Extremely long and powerful explosion" instead.


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