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Xtrmely Scray is a Parody Fic of the infamous My Immortal - a fanfic of a fanfic, written during July-August 2015 by Amber (a confessed prep), Lullaby of Broadway, through the persona of a goffic girl, Storm Wolfsbane.

It's set in the same world as its predecessor, where goffs are the Big Good and preps are Always Chaotic Evil. The hero here is Hot Topic Shadow Ra’ven Goffica Elvira Deathshade Dragona Corset Fis’hnet Exxorcist Samara Vampirica Eyeliner BiGuuyzz Demetria Satanista Misery Mikey Joel Gerard Shadow Kawaii Slytherina SixSixSix D’eady Shadow Dethstucchsin Shadow P’e’n’t’a’g’r’a’m’ Draculana Buffy BloodRose, an Ebony Expy, who rises from a cliched traumatic childhood to become Draco's girlfriend - mostly by screwing him in between ceaseless Costume Porn.

Even more characters are stuffed into the black and white groups of "goffs" and "preps", such as the now Goffic Gilderoy Lockheart, rechristened Tara-Style into, among other things, Roy Locket. What there is of a plot consists of a series of snippets from the life of one little girl and her desire to kill all preps, screw every boy (and possibly girl) in sight, and watch all her favorite goffic Tim Burton movies - like that depressing classic Pee-wee's Big Adventure. The parody has as all the goffic music, canon screwing, canon character renaming, straight and gay sex, rape, rapping, self harm, OOC drama between Storm and Buffy, the Tara and Raven analogues, and blackness of the original (and it was black).

A sequel started in August 2016, entitled Xtremly Scray 2: Revenge of the Sues, introduces Sunset Cynthiella Leighanna Snowflake Tomoko Hermione Charity Grace Mercy Johnnina Indigo Thor Sapphire Libra Tylerelle Williamella Deaninine Jacka Mindy Irene Sarah Hayden Peony Anesthesia Snowflake Moonstone, a Sue to rival Hot Topic.

"Xtremly Scray" contains examples of:

  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: All the true goffic girls do. Presumably in the Storm universe explains the Draco in Leather Pants.
  • Alpha Bitch: Apparently Cecilia, although she'd like to differ.
  • Anachronism Stew: Played straight with much of the Fifties: Bloody Cliche Rose 6666 is a "goffic" band, which wasn't even remotely a style in the mid-Fifties, and none of the outfits worn by them would have existed either, but most of the "preppy" things are somewhat accurate: Bill Haley & His Comets of "Rock Around the Clock" fame would have been active around the time, and the preppy Fifties movies that Voldemort liked (An American in Paris and East of Eden) both existed at any year given that Hot Topic goes to.
  • Anatomically Impossible Sex: Oh, all the time. Often do boys having sex with Hot Topic not get erections until after they've started screwing her.
  • And Starring: Hot Topic gets an "Introducting" credit at the end.
  • Anti-Hero: Hot Topic.
  • Arc Number: "1111111111111111111111111111111111111111" appears every time Hot Topic feels a strong emotion.
  • Atrocious Alias: As Amber points out in an Author's note, some of the Goffics have slightly unimposing names, notably Pluto Potter, who as Amber points out that even when his name is the God of the Roman Underworld it's hard to take a guy seriously when he shares a name with Mickey Mouse's Dog, along with the Atrocious Misspellings Plato, and Plinko.
  • Author Appeal: In-Universe-In-Universe, Hot Topic loves much of the bands and clothing that Storm does.
  • Berserk Button: Don't call Hot Topic by her given name, Trixie Brittany Lindsey Prepzi.
  • Black Cloak: Dumblydore's immortal Avril Lavigne robe is back.
  • Big "NO!": Used often, such as by Seleno when Hot Topic accidentally kills his sister Ginny/Pentagram.
  • Bring My Red Jacket: Hot Topic is wearing an uncharacteristic red dress with red lace when she jumps in front of the "ballet" and is sent to limbo.
  • Butt-Monkey: Cecilia the Prep and Hunter the Poser. This leads them to lead a revolt against the goffics.
  • Creepy Crossdresser: At points the entire cast puts on identical outfits, often a black or red corset dress.
  • Crossover: The pointless cameos that play in Bloody Cliche Rose 6,666 and fight in the great Goffs vs. Preps war, ranging from Iron Man (who has a goffic black Iron Man suit with MCR lyrics on it) to Elsa the Snow Queen, with the only one actually affecting the plot being Philip J. Fry, with his cryogenics chamber that can go forward and back in time.
  • Crunchtastic: "Sexily" and "goffically" are again used.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Literally everyone, even the freaking Sorting Hat ("We call the Sorting Hat Hades now. His parents did when he was 3 and his fawster parrots were pedofiles becauz they worked in amerikan skools. He stil has nigtmares (geddit, like the Nigtmare b4 XMAS) about IT.").
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Thanx 2 das goffics 4 da good reviws!
  • "Darkness von Gothick" Name: Hot Topic ... Blood Rose.
  • A Day in the Limelight: As in the original, Draco and YOU take over narration for a while.
  • Death by Newbery Medal: Lampshaded when the Goffs read a bunch of Newbery Medal winners when they read depressing books while slitting their wrists.
  • Driven to Suicide: Well, as part of the entrance requirements for being goffic, everyone attempts this, and many such as Hot Topic and Draco succeed but are brought back to life by MCR's music.
  • Emo Teen: Hot Topic, Daisy, Draco, Pluto, Vespa, Seleno and the gang, as well as all the members of Bloody Cliche Rose 6,666 in the Fifties.
  • Epic Fail: Hot Topic being called Storm, many of the 666's being replaced by 66's or 6666's, the list goes on...
  • Establishing Character Moment: In the second sentence of Pluto Potter's introduction, he begins making out with Hot Topic. This is the first of many times.
  • Everyone Is Bi: Confirmed with the boys (at least the goffic ones), implied with the girls.
  • Freudian Excuse: Hot Topic's dark childhood, being forced under the "stars" (stairs) and being "beeten" and having foster Uncle Barry "rap" her. Subverted in that late in the fic we find that Hot Topic had been literal about this - she slept outside, was forced to eat beets, and listen to amateur rapper Barry's sickening rhymes.
  • Guy on Guy Is Hot: Storm believes this, as does Hot Topic. (Deconstructed an AN that says that while Storm's attracted to gay guys, they're not attracted to her.)
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: The Preppy Spell and the Goffic Spell turn people back and forth between the factions. Notably Hot Topic uses the goffic spell to get Hunter the Poser to sleep with her.
  • Heel–Face Turn: The preppy Daphne is the first prep to turn goffic.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Hot Topic believes she is making a great sacrifice when she gives up her gofficness to make Draco goffic again.
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager: By the end of the fic, Hot Topic has screwed every boy in the fic.
  • Hypocrite: Among other things, Vespa claims to hate pink, yet she has pink streaks in her hair.
  • Iconic Outfit: Dumblydork is usually in his Avril Lavigne cloak.
  • I Have Many Names: Every single one of Hot Topic's frighteningly long list of middle names is spelled wrong at least once, and save Daisy and Dobby all the supporting characters have a set of misspellings seen too.
  • I Just Shot Marvin in the Face: When shooting a heavy goffic spell Hot Topic accidentally turns her wand into a gun and shoots Penty Slipknot. She dies instantly.
  • IKEA Erotica: Most of the sex. Storm invariably uses "thingie" and "you know what" to refer to genitalia.
  • Impossibly Cool Clothes: Hot Topic's crazy outfits from, where else, Hot Topic.
  • Instant Death Bullet: Penty Slipknot when Hot Topic's wand turns into a gun.
  • Interrupted Intimacy: Averted - even when Vespa and Seleno come into their coffin room, or even when Dumblydore screams his immortal line at them, Hot Topic and Draco keep screwing for almost 2 entire chapters straight.
  • In-Series Nickname: Hermione is now "Vespa Painflower", Harry Potter is "Pluto Potter", Ron Weasley is "Seleno (geddit, like Selene from das Underworld movies) Slipknot", and so on.
  • Intercourse with You: Pluto Potter sings about how much he loves having sex with Hot Topic.
  • Introduction by Hookup: Draco and Pluto are both seen at least making out with Hot Topic on their introduction to her.
  • It's All About Me: Sunset Moonstone, and to a lesser extent Angelica Snowbird in the sequel.
  • Lady of Black Magic: Hot Topic, Daisy, Vespa, Penty Slipknot.
  • Lampshade Hanging: (Wait for it! Wait for it!) WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING YOU MOTHERFUKERS!
  • Little Black Dress: Often with pictures goffic bands, ripped almost to shreds, pictures of Hot Topic being sexy/making out with a goffic boy, or Buffy/Daisy being murdered. Even the boys will wear these.
  • Making Love in All the Wrong Places: They almost never screw in a bed or even any sane place. Often do they screw in the middle of the Great Hall, on the Hogwarts Express, and on the pavement outside Hogwarts during a battle.
  • Meaningful Name: All of Hot Topic's clothes are from Hot Topic, whaddaya know?
    • Billy and Mae Poseran are posers.
    • Cecilia Joy Pink is a happy pink wearing prep.
  • Mid-Battle Tea Break: Hot Topic, Pluto, and Draco all have sex in various combinations during the big battle. During which time their friends often get killed or turned into preps.
  • The Mole: Angelica briefly is this to the preps, but Hot Topic and Sunset blow her cover. Sasha Orchid is a more permanent version.
  • The Nicknamer: Angelica briefly has a stint as this, stripping the goffs of their goffic names in favor of preppy names,
  • Number of the Beast: It's either 666, 66, 6666, or 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
  • Odd Name Out: Of Hot Topic's many, "Demetria" is a legitimate girl's name, a variant of the Greek Goddess Demeter and the feminine of Dimitri/Demetrius.
  • Of Corset Hurts: Two words. Corset. Underwear.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: Many of the girls' (and the boys') outfits have corset material.
  • Once Done, Never Forgotten: Amber says she will never let Tara live down confusing Billie Joe Armstrong with Billy Joel.
  • Only Sane Man: At points Cecilia, Hunter, Hillary Duff, and even Voldemort play this role.
  • Our Lawyers Advised This Trope: Most of the credits: "Lullaby of Broadway did not receive any consideration for the depiction of pot, coke, and crack usage."
  • Overly Long Name: GOOD GOD (sorry, GOOD SATAN)! In an author's note in the sequel Amber even limits herself to three names a Sue.
  • Parental Abandonment: At first, Hot Topic believes that her parents committed suicide when they saw Voldemort, but later finds out they simply abandoned her with her aunt and uncle.
  • Parody Sue: Hot Topic, Sunset Moonstone, Angelica Snowbird, Isla Infinity, Sasha Orchid, Eden Melody, Rayne Stormcloud, Delilah Firestarter, and Desdemona Craven.
  • Piss-Take Rap: Uncle Barry is a very bad rapper. Listening to him rap drove Hot Topic to become goffic, along with eating beets and stargazing.
  • The Power of Rock: Many people killed during the Goffs vs. Preps war are revived by the music of My Chemical Romance. Of course they are.
  • Preppy Name: In the Tara Gilesbie sense of Prep, Cecilia Joy Pink more than fits the bill.
  • Present-Day Past: The '50s are treated as such.
  • Rape as Backstory: "Also Barry rapped me sometimez." Subverted - Barry literally rapped her, but he's not a very good rapper, so it was torture to poor Trixie Prepzi.
  • invoked Real Life Writes the Plot: Storm's feud with Buffy causes Buffy's Daisy to temporarily die. The chapters where she is absent are filled with Buffy bashing and characters wearing anti-Buffy or anti-Daisy clothing.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: The Goffs.
  • Redemption Equals Sex: Hot Topic and Hunter screw when Hunter becomes goffic. His gofficness doesn't last.
  • Repetitive Name: Suethor of Sunset, Cindy Leigh Lee, and sister Mindy Leigh Lee.
  • Retcon: Possibly the fact that Billy and Mae, presented as husband and wife but never shown being intimate, are in fact brother and sister, Hot Topic being the daughter of their brother.
  • Revenge of the Sequel: Revenge of the Sues.
  • Slap-Slap-Kiss: Draco and Pluto go from arguing over who gets to sleep with Hot Topic to screwing each other in a matter of seconds.
  • Troll Fic: A more lighthearted example, with Amber giving a little note at the beginning of almost every chapter.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Many people are brought back with The Power of Rock via MCR, but it's never explained how Daisy was brought back (see Real Life Writes the Plot), which was before they had learned to harness the power of Gerard Way's sexoy ethnic voice.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: But every article of clothing is black. And It was black.
  • Vague Age: So, if the members of Bloody Cliche Rose 6666 were teenagers in The '50s, wouldn't they be in their late seventies/early eighties now? At no point are any of the adults' ages mentioned. Presumably at least the Muggle Billy and Mae would look their age if they were eighty.
  • Verbal Tic: Angelica does everything "perfectly", and Desdemona Craven is prone to doing things "smartly" or some synonym.