Get ready for a school filled with dormitory hijinx, dimension-hopping, studying for exams, getting to class on time, starting bar brawls, fighting monsters, dealing with spontaneous mutations, causing nuclear war... Wait.
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Tropes to be found in this school include...
- Academy of Adventure: Reaper High itself. Also triples as a All-Ghouls School, Superhero School, and Academy of Evil.
- Alternate Tooniverse: The Toon Zone, which allows normally human (or human-like) characters to interact with Canon Toons.
- Ambiguously Gay/All Love Is Unrequited: Genie, who's a teacher at Reaper High, is implied to have a crush on Clopin Trouillefou, who's a performing arts teacher and the advisor of boys' dorms. Unfortunately for Genie, Clopin's madly in love with Harley Quinn, who's a gym teacher and the advisor for the girls' dorms.
- Another Dimension: The most probable location for Reaper High.
- Beware the Silly Ones: The Joker is a high school teacher. Yes, that one. Please note EVERYTHING else about him is the same.
- Birds of a Feather: Clopin and Harley are this to many people. Jack Spicer and Blossom Utonium are very similar to each other, and so are Brick from the Rowdyruff Boys and Princess Morbucks (who are an on/off-couple).
- Boarding School: Reaper High functions as both a regular day school and a boarding school—there are two dorms (one for boys and one for girls), and rooms are offered to students who live in other dimensions for their ease.
- Card-Carrying Villain: A majority of the Canon teaching staff.
- Crazy Jealous Guy: Brick gets incredibly jealous if another guy so much as talks to Princess.
- Creepy Twins: Dianis and Seren.
- Deadly Training Area: Gym, where, as previously mentioned, Harley Quinn works as a teacher.
- Depending on the Artist: Given the sheer number of artists, this sometimes occurs.
- Delinquents: Let's be honest, a lot of the protagonists end up being this one way or another.
- Dork Knight: Shayde-31 embodies this quite well.
- Ensemble Dark Horse: Mr. Lennox Ode, the gorilla teaching Shakespeare.
- Even the Girls Want Her: Nick.
- Genki Girl: Clarisse.
- Loads and Loads of Characters
- Cast of Snowflakes: Enforced. There is now a character application to ensure that every player has a unique creation to add to the group.
- Massive Multiplayer Crossover: Major part of the fun is having Canon characters (such as Principal Grim interacting with the original characters.
- Moment Killer: In this piece of fanart by cRoxoverGoddess, Clopin's flirting with Harley when Jack and Blossom zoom past them, trying to skip school, and Clopin starts glaring after them while Harley's snickering about how Clopin looks with his now-messed up hair.
- Naïve Newcomer: New students. They tend to get over the culture shock fast.
- Negative Continuity: Used, but not always consistently.
- Rejection Affection: In the case of Harley and Clopin—the latter of whom is very open in expressing his romantic interest in the former.
- Satan: Multiple versions from multiple dimensions.
- School Idol: Nick, fullstop. Combined with her Girl Posse, she, Carly and Toffee rule the school.
- Shrinking Violet: Several students.
- Stalker with a Crush/Loony Fan: Nick tends to attract multiple groupies, though there is plenty of stalking to go around. Clopin could be seen as the former of this to Harley, as shown in this piece of fanart by Bambzilla.
- Teacher/Student Romance: What Max (the Music Meister) wishes would happen...
- 20 Minutes into the Future: The timeline is kept delibrately vague. Some Canons age in relation to the number of years since they've been taken off the air—making Jack roughly the same age as the Powerpuff Girls and Rowdyruff Boys—while others...don't. Dexter, for example, is still in his tweens.
- Villainous Cheekbones: Jareth, of course.
- Weirdness Magnet: The entire school.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Girls' uniforms, often.
Roleplay specific tropes:
- Mirror Universe: Oppoworld, easily accessible through the game room. Naturally, it's populated mostly by Good Twins.
Powers and Abilities specific Tropes:
- Compelling Voice: The Music Meister even teaches a class about it.
- Mad Scientist: The entire point of the Genius Sanctum.
- Morphic Resonance: Clarisse's blue-and-green eye colour always remains the same, no matter what the form is.
- Smells Sexy: Nick's secondary power, given the way her pheromones attract so many followers.
- Super Smoke: Nick's primary power.