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TV Tropes: THE ADVENTURE! is a Play-by-Post Game created by Sonikfan 112 on Nintendo Nsider 2 Forums. Set in The Metaverse, the RP follows the story of TV Tropes itself as the evil overlord Report Siht begins to wreak havoc upon its residents. In an attempt to liberate TV Tropes from this menace, a Troper by the name of Kuuxo assembles a trio of characters from different works of fiction to help him take back his home: Sammy the Surfing Skeleton, a children's cartoon character designed to help children overcome their fears of monsters, Drakko von Leatherpants, a former anime villain, and Danny Dingo, an anthropomorphic dingo and australian police officer. The trio is later made into a quartet by the addition of Stage Magician Jonothan Carter, aka "Jon the Amazing". It is then made a quintet by the addition of a NPC named Keita-Kuhn, a Author Avatar of a RPer of the same name.

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TV Tropes: THE ADVENTURE provides examples of the following:

  • Ambiguously Gay: Drakko. Possibly more like ambiguously bi seeing as he seems to care about his fangirls to some extent.
  • At the Crossroads: While not the strictest definition, every section of TV Tropes (Video Games, Anime, ect) are treated as floating platforms with doors that have things over them to represent to what page they lead.
  • Bilingual Bonus: Kuuxo is roughly a shortened version of the japanese word "Kuuxo-to" which means "quote".
  • Car Fu: Danny does this while running into a pair a ninjas, with his car.
  • Cowboy Cop: Danny. Any cop who runs people over in his truck and carries a shotgun can't be playing by the rules.
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  • The Metaverse: In this RP, each website is essentially its own country, and each of the tropes in TV Tropes is the equivalent to a city.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Sonik has described Kuuxo as "A mixture of Kraid and Escargoon if that mixture as five feet tall".
  • Mysterious Past: Jon. As he puts it, "A magician keeps his secrets".
  • The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Drakko is supposed to be a villain, yet he never actually does anything villainous. Considering he's pretty much a personification of the Draco in Leather Pants trope (a villain whose evil deeds are downplayed by fans) this makes some sense. That, and the fact that he's too obsessed with his looks to pay attention to how he's supposed to behave.
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