The story begins in the 1918, World War I is in its endgame, and the German Empire is desperately grasping at straws for anything that might turn the tide. Enter Oliver Haddo, a mysterious occultist who offers his skills to the German military command; from there all hell breaks loose. It can be found here and also here.
The story itself follows the world from the End of World War I, as humans adapt to the new world around them.
Updates typically come in one of Three styles:
1: Story. continues the main storyline from 1918. it leaps around the world, and slowly crawls along, while providing build up.
2: Worldbuilding. Comes in the style of "Famous people", "the Supernatural Encyclopedia", "Files from S.H.I.E.L.D.", and others. They usually flesh out the world more, revealing background events, and events to come.
3: Sub-chapters: Taking place in the modern day, they follow various different stories, that paint a picture of the current world.
The series ended in March 2012.
- Casting Gag: Used when it involves pictures. highlights include Raúl Juliá as M. Bison and Aya Hirano as Haruhi Suzumiya.
- Celebrity Paradox: Apparently. How else do you explain George, House, and Bernie Wooster all existing at once?
- Cut Short: The series ended just at the Beginning of the Occult war. The Author has stated he lost interest, but left a final Chapter to close the series.
- Deconstruction Crossover: This is probably the most concise way to describe this series.
- Mega Crossover: My god, the author has thrown so many in here, that between chapters he puts up links to the TheOtherWiki, just so everyone can keep up.
- Shout-Out: Let's just say that there are a lot. A number of Hetalia characters become state leaders by 2009.
Episodes of this series provide examples of:
- Ace Pilot: Biggles, Hans von Hammer, Herman Goring, Oswald Mosley, Johnathan Moss, G-8 and Flashheart.
- Allohistorical Allusion: several. In One Instance, a newspaper proclaims "Peace in our Time!" after the Russian Civil War ends.
- Arbitrary Skepticism: There's Giant Robots, Supernatural monsters, the Undead and People with Superhuman powers running around, but the idea of Aliens is laughed at.
- Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: Haddo claims Paracelus died sealing the Supernatural world off from the Normal world.
- Bigfoot, Sasquatch, and Yeti: Exist and are employed by the US army.
- Bond One-Liner: Said by the man himself.James Bond (after Shooting Zombie Lawrence of Arabia With a RPG) "Looks like you couldn't Keep it together.''
- Bumbling Sidekick: Baldrick from Blackadder turns up, as do his descendants...
- also, two Characters refer to Mecha as "Potente-Automa", Italian.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Austria-Hungary and the Ottomans overrun Bulgaria, Romania and Greece with little trouble.
- Cute Monster Girl: Fifinella. The writer later states all female Gremlins looks like her, while the males looks like the ones from Nightmare at 20,000 feet
- Death from Above:
- General von Lettow-Vorbeck is killed in the German-Lithuanian war after a Bomb is dropped on him.
- The Lamassu can kill people....by Divebombing them. that's right, people can be killed by Divebombing Winged Cows.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Every member of Japan's Super team seems to be plotting behind the Japanese government's back.
- The Emperor: Kaiser Wilhelm II, Tzar Mikhail II, Hirohito, and various others appear.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Featherston is a racist sunnuvabitch, but he hates the Napi Ideology more.
- Headless Horseman: A number of headless apparitions appear, ranging from an Indian, to a G-man, to a Soldier. the two present day versions are expies of The Punisher and Ghost Rider.
- Unsurprisingly, Four Bruces and Saxton Hale are mentioned to be part of the Australian Defense Force.
- The Man Behind the Man: It appears Loki and various otherworldly figures are responsible for what's going on.
- Our Vampires Are Different: So far Angel, Edward Cullen, and a Filipino vampire have shown up.
- Mandripoor, Run by M. Bison is this, with gangs running around unchecked.
- Cthulu and friends play this role for H. P. Lovecraft
- Red Baron: Hans Von Hammer appears. So far, he has not been called "The Hammer of Hell", but has been called Enemy Ace by a British Pilot.
- Ruritania: The Trope Namer appears, alongside Latveria and Syldavia. Tomalia is Also mentioned as part of Austria-Hungary.
- Those Wacky Nazis: Known as the Napis. Though in this timeline, it's Austria-Hungary of all places that goes Napi.
- Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Largely averted. While Springfield is not mentioned, Gotham is in New Jersey, Rivendale and Metropolis are in New York, and Raccoon City is in North Dakota.
- The Major Yakuza Group is lead by Kamiyama Takeshi.
- Mifune Go Later shows up as one as well.
- and Again in Raccoon City.