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A currently one-man project, the Horizons Wiki is the current home of Horizons, an original Science Fiction series created by the YouTube user Hondo Moonrazor. The series details the adventures of the Crusaders, a group of Multiversel peace-keeping mercenaries. The series as a whole is split into seven different smaller series (Genesis, Revolution, Frontier, Zion, Warfront, Shattered and Nexus), each focusing on a different Crusader and the small band of allies that served with them.

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Horizons Wiki provides examples of the following Tropes:

  • Continuity Porn: A bizare cross between both. If an article isn't refrencing a previous page every other paragraph, it's contridicting one at every turn. Somewhat justified by the sheer scope of the series
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Kanos and Jade are no less heroic, despite wearing a black version of the distinctive Crusader look
  • Framing Device: The site is presented as a book chronicling the history of the Horizon Multiverse
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: The main characters almost always start out as slaves or mercenaries, before becoming Multiversal heroes
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Archontis/The Nightmare Lord, an ancient Multiversel warlord and later demonic spirit. His long lasting influence is responsible for most of the problems and villains in the series.
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  • I Have Many Names: Practically everyone. The Author has a tendency of changing a character's name without going back and re-writing all the instances of their first name, leading to many cases of this.
  • Laser Blade: Phaseblade's, the Crusaders signature weapon.
  • Shared Universe: With several other "Adventure" series (Namely "Into the Void", found on the same site), all created by the author's siblings
  • Shout-Out: Among many other examples, the Author has taken to referring to his series as the "Horizons Legendarium", as a nod to J. R. R. Tolkien


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