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Infinite Justice is a crossover roleplay consisting of Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dragon Ball Z, and generally whatever fictional universe can fit in between those three. Hosted on the forums of NationStates, it is currently in it's fourth incarnation with IJ: Origins, which does away with all previous canon in favor of an original universe.

Please ensure the Tropes are in alphabetical order. The individual character tropes can be found here.


Examples Present in Infinite Justice:

  • A God Am I: Killian during the last stages of his life. Outright claiming to be a god. With absolute control over all motion, he wasn't too far from the truth. Mad Max also claimed to be the Mad God on more than on occasion.
  • Action Girl: Literally any Player character female, can and will kick so much ass that their foot always smells of poo.
  • Amusing Injuries: Killian and his left leg throughout the first incarnation.
  • Gray and Gray Morality: It's sometimes hard to tell who is the real good guy.
  • Captain Ersatz: Oh Lordy, Speed Demon to the Flash, Alex to the Sentry, Valka to Odin, Elena Galadera to Batgirl, Ruby to Garnet, Ju'lee to Miss Martian, and many more.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Transcendent Killian versus the Masaki group. Two gods, two demi-gods, and a high level Arcosian all tried to fight him at once. He killed one of demi-gods with a twitch of his finger and beat the others within an inch of their lives with one hand behind his back.
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  • Darker and Edgier: The world of Infinite Justice is much darker and more bleak than in some much more lighthearted areas.
  • De-Power: Alex had his Sentry esque powers removed in exchanged for magical ones.
  • Fragile Speedster: Killian Roth/Speed Demon, hits hard and fast, but has a glass jaw.
  • From a Single Cell: In Infinite Justice 2, Daud survived the wrath of Darkseid's Omega Beams by having just an impossibly small piece of DNA survive. Yes, that Darkseid. Daud then adapted to the Omega Beams, and could withstand them full-force, which aided in the eventual defeat of the Dark God and Thanos.
  • Heroes Unlimited: Gotham Arc expanded the heroes from just Batgirl to opening the doors for heroic citizens and heroic gangsters to join. Same with JQ.
  • It's Personal: Upon discovering the recent destruction of Sigma Galli Prime, Alastir returned to Earth, Intent on destroying both Alex "The Golden Guardian" As well as the Earth itself.
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  • Lizard Folk: Naja, the super snake lady, and the World Dragons.
  • Mind over Matter: Ralph the Rat fights using various forms of telekinesis, from adapting it to a psychic projectile to causing himself to fly.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: The literal superpower of Daud Andreas, whose Adaptive Regeneration snowballed into godhood.
  • Power Creep: Pretty much everyone gets more powerful as time goes on. It's encouraged.
  • Reed Richards Is Useless: Averted with Mad Max and Alex. Mad has his own city in space, and Alex is creating a hyperadvanced utopia for superbeings.
  • Super Registration Act: The reason of the start of Civil War arc, sparked by damages caused by superheroes, and initiated by the UN.
  • What Could Possibly Go Wrong?: The Runner essentially says this to Batgirl after they first meet.
  • World of Badass: Every character is a self-certified badass in their own right. Especially Mad Max.


  • Ass Pull: Nearly every character does this on a semi-regular basis, though perhaps none more so than Neros and his character, Daud.

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