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Fascism Masters of Night

Masters of Night is a PJ Masks Script Fic. Imagine the original show, but if it was a Disney XD show akin to DuckTales (2017) or Big Hero 6: The Series, with more action and aimed at an older audience. That's about it.

Okay, maybe there's a bit more. After Romeo withdraws after a fierce battle, Night Ninja and Luna Girl vanish as well, and Tarabisco's crime rate nosedives. The three kids, seeing their job is done, hang up their pajamas and go to school like normal kids. Fast forward to 10 years later, and Connor, Greg and Amaya are all 14. For their 8th grade year, they unexpectedly go to the same school once again and reunite, sharing most of the same classes. Amaya suggests a sleepover to catch up with each other, and the other two go along with it, Connor albeit begrudgingly. However, at midnight, a strange series of lights come from downtown, meaning that our newly-reunited heroes may still have some work to do...


  • Adapted Out: Night Ninja is nowhere to be seen entirely.
  • Adaptational Super Power Change: To complement Amaya's wind powers, Greg and Connor are granted control over fire and electricity respectively.
  • '90s Anti-Hero: Louis is a parody of the "gritty anti-hero" concept; he, at first, appears to be the Shadow to Connor's Sonic, then, as the heroes have to defend his hometown from Romeo, he begins to come unraveled, eventually trying to fight the heroes, revealing that he acts like this because he thinks that a hero is a defender, not a do-gooder, letting Romeo escape in the process; he reluctantly agrees to open his mind after seeing the damage he's caused.
  • Big Bad: Romeo, of course. Although, his motivations have changed as he aged; originally, he just wanted to Take Over the World For the Evulz; now, he's a Well-Intentioned Extremist who believes that humans are kept from reaching their full potential by their frail bodies.
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  • Canon Welding: Fuses elements of both the books and the Disney Jr. series.
  • Cool Car: Averted: the heroes are unable to use their old vehicles for quite some time due to them falling into disuse.
  • Decomposite Character: The three upgraded Robos take the place of Robot from the previous incarnation as Romeo's Co-Dragons.
  • Expy: Greg, in this incarnation, is a mixture of Lion-o, Euden and Ranzal; he has the Idiot Hero and Dumb Muscle characteristics of the former, but also The Big Guy, Oblivious to Love, Big Good and All-Loving Hero components of the latter two.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Luna Girl has a brief stint as an Anti-Villain, and undergoes this, occasionally assisting the heroes.
  • Magitek: Taking cues from the books' more fantastical elements, it's eventually revealed that this is what gives the pajamas superpowers and allowed the base to function back in the day; a strange substance called Anima, which is omnipresent and is the manifestation of life force, much like mana.
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  • Reality Ensues: Of course the trio would be woefully unprepared to fight Romeo's new weaponry; the last time they had seen him, he used such deadly weapons as a ray that makes someone a Lethal Klutz.
  • Tsundere Selena, Luna Girl's identity in the real world, is a mixture of this and Shrinking Violet.
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  • Ridiculously Human Robots: Romeo realizes why Robot was a Minion with an F in Evil and why the Robos were incredibly weak: they both had incredibly rudimentary AI. So he spawned three artificial consciousnesses, infiltrated the old base, stole the shut-down Robos, and completely overhauled them, including refitting them with weapons designed to counter the real heroes.
  • Rolling Attack: Connor attempts this to great effect, bouncing around to roll over the Robos and capsize Romeo's vehicle; his cape protects him from the friction, and at one point Greg performs a Combination Attack by lighting the cape on fire.

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Cursed character sheet.

The Breakers


Silver/The Player Character/et al

  • The Quiet One: He almost never talks unless it's right after a choice by the player.







Captain Yuki Kagura

The captain of the Breakers and their homeroom teacher. Her element is Fate/Violet, and most of her hero forms are ninja-themed.

  • Badass Teacher: Both a high school teacher and the captain of the game's main team.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her true Super Rare forms are among the more revealing in the game. Her upgraded Wicked Blade costume is basically just a bikini with an open-front skirt, and in the upgraded Calamity Trigger, her modest black tank top is replaced with a tiny black band across her chest that by all means should be suffering from a Wardrobe Malfunction every five seconds, and the belt of her shorts are undone. Even one of her Normal-rarity forms has her in Underwear of Power.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: A unique mechanic among Calamity Trigger is the ability to switch between fire attacks and ice attacks. The artwork of the true form depicts her hand with both fire and snowflakes on it at the same time, which is not possible in the normal game.

The Heartbeaters



Nono Himekura

A member of the Heartbeaters who quickly becomes obsessed with Kiri. Her element is Fate/Violet, and most of her hero forms involve dark magic or curses in some way.



Other Enchanters



Sakura Yabuki

Her element is Terra/Cyan, and most of her hero forms are themed on guns or cannons.





Ichika Hatsushika

A rather tempermental Enchanter who cannot properly use the suppressant, meaning she risks dying early if she overuses her Enchanter forms. Her hero forms have a machine theme to them, although only one of them (Destroyer of Worlds) is part of the main capsule; her other forms are limited to events.

  • The Ace: She's considered one of the top Enchanters out there, along with Keiji, and her main hero form is absurdly powerful.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Not in the main story, but she has appeared in more of the Virtual YouTuber events than not, something that none of the Breakers sans Silver can claim.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: She gets nicer as the game progresses, and especially in the crossover events, where she hardly kicks anybody at all.


Commander Katagiri



    Hime/Ghoul Queen 


A black and green (or red) humanoid first seen in the Halloween event.

The Ruin Vanguard

    In General 



  • You Don't Look Like You: His "sane" appearance barely looks like his "mad" appearance, thanks to his hair and expression changing drastically.


General Xenos

A mysterious, large figure in armor who serves as the main antagonist of Episode 6. He arrives in Japan seeking Silver, and threatens to destroy the country if the Enchant Force refuses to give Silver to him.




    As a Whole 

    Jinguji Tsu 

A former mentor of Kiri's who makes his first appearance in Episode 9.

    Bloody Mary 

A mysterious woman who looks similar to Yusaku, and the main antagonist of Episode 10. She is revealed to be Yusaku's long-lost younger sister.

The "Wind of Justice — the Vow" quest expands on her story and makes her playable.

Other Non-Crossover Characters


A ghost found near Silver at the beginning of the game, and later spotted and taken in at the end of Episode 4. He's a ghost with no memory of who he is, and appears to hold information in how to stop Ghouls for good.

    Tilda's Group 

Cosmic Break



[I probably forgot some, or have the order of the series wrong. I'll fix this up later. This is, like, a very bare-bones skeletal draft and everything.]





As of March 2020, Hololive is the largest crossover event in the game, with ten playable characters, thirteen hero forms, six "main" Quest parts, and a bonus quest in the summer of 2019.


A Robot Girl, and the first of Hololive to get involved with the Dawn of the Breakers world. Both of her hero forms have different elements, which is rather rare in this game,



  • Promoted to Playable: Became playable in duck form in a miniature event, and finally became playable in human form after Parts 5 and 6 of the Hololive crossover.



Aqua Minato


Tamaki Inuyama


Aoi Fuji

Asano Sisters

Akatsuki UNI



  • Mind Screw: Her story involves a retread of the main storyline, but with her in the place of Silver. When we get answers, they're not that much better; apparently a part of her created the alternate world and somehow managed to trap the other Breakers, including Silver, in it. Also, Silver is transformed in to a bat.





A centuries-old fire drake who has taken a humanoid form and started a family. Her only hero form, Scarlet Keeper, is Vita/Red.


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