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Just as big as before, and still growing.

Ultimate Crossover Roleplay, or UCRP, is the direct continuation of Chatzy's Literate Multifandom Roleplay with the same characters, same plot, and same people (plus newcomers). Just like last time, it is a giant crossover roleplay room featuring works such as Star Wars', Gurrenn Lagann'', Marvel (Both the MCU and the comics), and far more than what could ever be listed. Expect copious amounts of crazy crossover fight scenes, a fair amount of crack pairings, and plenty of memes.

The setting is that of Soliven, a strange continent where magic, myths, and technology meet and collide. Already struggling with internal tensions, its people are now faced with the added challenge of dealing with the thousands of beings from other dimensions, and are scrambling to find a solution on how to regulate them. Meanwhile, the inter-dimensional travelers bring the conflicts and alliances they have built into a new, permanent home, with new, permanent consequences of their actions.


As of August 3, 2019, the room has moved from Chatzy to Discord, the link for which can be found here.

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    • Darth Maul, who was eventually overthrown in an almost bloodless coup because no one was willing to die for him.
    • Subverted with Dr. Doom. DIO and Ganondorf incorrectly assumed the rest of the Cult would join their rebellion against him.
  • Abandoned Area: Pretty much the entirety of the Mojave desert setting from Fallout: New Vegas, due to the nuclear apocalypse making the majority of America uninhabitable.
  • Absurdly Cool City: Pretty much every city in Soliven, with magical, draconic, and sci-fi civilizations all available to choose from.
  • Accuser of the Brethren: Connor refuses to forgive Protoman for once being Breakman, and Genos for once being Virus.
  • Acrofatic: Dr. Eggman, despite being quite rotund, is apparently an Olympic level athlete. The same applies for Wario.
  • Action Film, Quiet Drama Scene: Quite common, as roleplays that feature potentially planet busting fights usually occur alongside much less destructive ones.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Corrin. While he isn't a 'jerkass' so to say, he's certainly far less forgiving and tolerant than he was in his original work.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Raditz is still a jerkass, he just gained a soft spot the longer he spent with Kosa.
  • Adaptive Ability: Metallix's ability to copy and then use the powers he sees, and certain Dragon Ball character's mimicry technique.
  • Adopted into Royalty:
    • Corrin, who was already a royal of Valla, was adopted into the Hoshidan royal family, before being forcefully adopted into the Nohrian royal family.
    • Likewise, Kamui follows the same backstory as Corrin, but chose Hoshido over Nohr.
    • N, though he was less adopted into nobility, and more created said nobility with his adoption.
  • Affably Evil:
    • Ultron Sigma was polite and merciful as could be...To fellow machines.
    • Yoshikage Kira is polite and respectful to everyone, including his victims. Even after he's murdered them.
    • Perfect Cell, who's almost pleasant to be around when he isn't destroying the world.
  • Ageless Birthday Episode: Often done whenever a character makes a post mentioning their birthday, either for fun or for real, as to not affect the plot too much.
  • Age Lift: Usually due to characters aging in real time as the story progresses, being brought to the chat at different points of their work's timeline, or because someone hijacked a younger or older body.
  • Agent Mulder: Yasuhiro Hagakure, who believes in aliens, paranormal activity, and demons, but not 'the occult.'
  • Aggressive Categorism:
    • Connor, who believes that all robots who aren't made to be three laws compliant are deviants that must be reprogrammed or shut down.
    • The Pantheon, who considered all mortals to be irredeemable- except for the ones that pledge allegiance to them, of course.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Connor believes this trope has no exceptions, and thus all AI must be strictly controlled and monitored.
  • Airborne Mook: Many Machina Imperium mooks were capable of flying.
  • Air Jousting: Any duel between two flying characters, usually in Dragon Ball style fights.
  • Alien Fair Folk: Thor and Loki from Marvel, worshipped as ancient Nordic gods, are actually just Asgardians from another realm.
  • Alien Hair: Every Saiyan in existence has black spiky hair, unless they're transformed...In which case they get yellow spiky hair instead.
  • All Crimes Are Equal: The Pantheon. To them, no crime is worse for a mortal than 'existing in the first place,' and a serial killer is just as evil as a kid who stole lunch money.
  • All Deaths Final: To the point where dead characters are listed on the graveyard, which states the rules on claiming dead characters. Subverted in certain cases where characters are only mostly dead, such as Akira's death.
  • All for Nothing: The massive struggle to steal a map of the Machina Imperium's castle...Only to later find out that the layout is constantly shifting.
  • Alliterative Name: Cao Cao, and Mario Mario. Can't get more alliterative than having the same name twice.
  • All or Nothing: The war against the Machina Imperium. Organic life either earned their right to exist, or went extinct. Likewise, the Imperium either won all the multiverse and created their utopia, or got destroyed.
  • All Planets Are Earth-Like: Every setting so far has taken place on an alternate version of Earth or an Earth-like planet.
  • All That Glitters: The map of the Machina Imperium's castle, once a highly sought after item, was rendered completely inert by the revelation that the castle's layout is ever changing.
  • All Your Base Are Belong to Us: While it wasn't anybody's permanent headquarters, the Machina Imperium did attack the Entente Ball, a gathering to celebrate the alliance against the Machina Imperium.
  • Almost Dead Guy: Ultron Sigma, who stayed alive just long enough to tell the heroes about Anti-Monitor.
  • Almost Lethal Weapons: Pretty much every weapon, since you need direct permission to kill off any character.
  • Alpha Strike: Everyone attacking Ultron Omega at once with their strongest attack.
  • Alternate History: Various settings are alternate Earths, and certain characters come from alternate histories as well- specifically Admiral Kolchak from Kaiserreich.
  • Alternate Self:
    • Corrin and Kamui, who lived the same lives up until one of them chose Nohr over Hoshido, and vice versa.
    • Present and Future Zamasu, one of whom used their Super Dragon Ball wish to steal Goku's body, and the other, to become immortal.
  • Alternative Turing Test: The Kamski test, something that Connor failed and hopes every other android will fail too: Would you, as an android, spare another machine, even if doing so prevents you from accomplishing your objective?
  • Always on Duty: Justified, as every NPC in every setting is severely under qualified to deal with anything that happens in the chat.
  • Always Second Best: Vegeta to Goku. Subverted when he finally surpassed him, but only after Kakarot bit the dust. Double subverted when Goku came back...Again.
  • Always Someone Better: Pretty much every villain compared to the Court of The Living Tribunal. No matter how powerful they get, there's little they can do against omnipotent beings.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Since any character from any work can be claimed, various skin colors are to be expected.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: The Sinnoh region setting, filled with Pokemon of various colors.
  • Amazon Chaser: Hol Horse with any action girl, notably Atticho, although the 'action' part is usually just a bonus to the 'girl' part.
  • Ambiguous Gender Identity: Korekiyo Shinguuji, who identifies as male most of the time, but has a female alter ego that can 'possess' him at will.
  • Ambiguously Evil:
    • Connor, who's just following his programming...Aggressively.
    • Ultron Sigma, the Zamasus, and Dr. Doom, all of whom genuinely believed that what they were doing was just and correct.
  • Ambition Is Evil:
    • Ultron Sigma, whose quest to create a multiverse where artificial intelligence reigned supreme and grow strong enough to defeat the Anti-Monitor led him to do some pretty evil stuff.
    • Dr. Doom, who wants to create his utopia by killing anyone who would oppose him.
  • Amnesiac Dissonance: Dark Samus, who went from chaotic evil to true neutral because of its amnesia.
  • Amnesiacs Are Innocent: In turn, Dark Samus was reduced to the mindset of a young child, without even knowing the concept of good and evil.
  • Anachronism Stew: Any setting, mainly because every character can bring varying degrees of technology with them into any of them.
  • Analysis Channel: Skill Kid's Youtube channel, which usually features insane theories, if not 'pranks' on other characters.
  • Ancient Evil: Ganondorf, who is the same evil Gerudo Link has been dealing with since Minish Cap.
  • ...And 99¢: Black Hat's items for sale are all very specifically priced.
  • Angst: Far too many examples to count, but notable ones include Tony Stark grieving Akira, Corrin losing Chrom, and Genos recovering from his Heel-Face turn.
  • Another Dimension: Everyone was brought to a new one every few months, until the permanent setting kicked in.
  • Apocalypse How: Nuclear fallout, android revolution, zombie apocalypse, annihilation of reality itself...The many worlds the chat takes place in have all come close to ending in several different ways.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Corrin, who had his arm bitten off by Chrom. It makes sense in context.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking: The heads of most factions just so happen to be their most powerful members, mostly because, as the leaders, they have access to the best equipment before anyone else does.
  • Back from the Dead: Most villains are actually claimed after their defeat in their original work, leaving the chat as a sort of second chance at life for them. Goku, Akira, and Alucard have also been resurrected within the chat itself.
  • Big Badass Battle Sequence: The war against the Machina Imperium, which involved nearly every character in the chat.
  • The Big Bad Shuffle: After Ultron Sigma, there was Thanoseid, Dr. Doom, Palpatine, Zamasu, Algol, and Anti-Monitor, although only that last one is considered the overall chat villain.
  • Big Fancy House: The Mansion, which is described as having four stories, 3 hundred acres of land total, and a yard large enough to host three football games.
  • Bounty Hunter: Boba Fett and Silver Bullet, though neither necessarily restrict themselves to legal contracts.
  • Bow and Sword, in Accord: Takumi, who primarily wields his Fujin Yumi, but carries a short sword offhand just in case.
  • Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: Downplayed with Aoko and Corrin, who are this behind their near-constant bickering. Even though Aoko can be less 'gentle' and more 'abrasive and blunt' at times, she does deeply care for him, and actively seeks to comfort him when he needs her.
  • Butt-Monkey: Speed O Sound Sonic. So much so that he had to invest in a crotch guard.
  • Character Development: Having your characters grow and change in response to whatever they come across is one of the main appeals of the chat.
  • Closed Circle: The premise of the room. The setting is inescapable, even when it shifts location.
  • Complete Immortality: Zamasu, who can only truly be killed by a being strong enough to change reality and erase existence. An omnipotent god compared to his physical god, essentially.
  • Cosmic Plaything: Speed O Sound Sonic again. What with every single player going out of their way to abuse him, it really does mean that 'the universe' has it out for him.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Characters that weren't given much to work with will often be given plenty of opportunities to shine.
  • Deflector Shields: Ships from Star Wars have varying levels of shielding depending on the size of the craft. On a personal level, the Explosive Wave technique from Dragon Ball.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: Yoshikage Kira, who still has his Kosaku Kawajiri identity. No one he's encountered so far has managed to figure out that he's the serial killer.
  • Engineered Heroics: Mysterio's shtick, though he has branched out to facing genuine threats, if only to look good for the camera.
  • Ensemble Cast: Considering there may be anywhere from a few characters to 40 being used at once, the many many stories end up being told through a lot of different eyes.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Generally any post that claims a character. Specifically the Anti-Monitor, whose first action was to destroy the remnants of the Machina Imperium without any effort, all while taunting them about how pointless resistance was.
  • Evil Knockoff:
    • Downplayed with Metallix. While he is an evil robot version of Sonic, he went as far as changing his name to separate him from his identity of just being a copy.
    • Copy, who, as the name implies, is an evil clone of Corrin.

  • Four Is Death: Guido Mista believes this to the point of having genuine tetraphobia.
  • Frozen Fashion Sense: Not only with vampires, but most characters who come from a different time period than the setting. Fire Emblem characters come to mind.
  • Fun with Autocensors: The Content Rules set in place by the Room Owner and Admins turn "kek" into "GYAHAHAHAHA" and corrects various slurs into "buddy" or "friend."
  • Fusion Dance:
    • Ultron and Sigma into...Ultron Sigma, head of the Machina Imperium.
    • Comic Thanos and Darkseid into Thanoseid, who served as the Anti-Monitor's right hand.
    • Goku and Vegeta, into both Gogeta and Vegito when needed.
    • Tomix and Pandora permanently fused together into Pandorix.
    • Zamasu and Goku Black into fused Zamasu.
  • "Get out of Jail Free" Card: Despite the fact that the Cult of Superiority is filled with criminals, supervillains, and murderers, there's been no serious efforts by the other factions to take them down, mostly because they helped out against both Ultron Sigma and the Anti-Monitor.
  • Glass Cannon: Most Stand Users have incredible offensive power, but are still just normal humans when it comes to durability.
  • God Couple: Parodied. Zamasu and Goku Black can easily be mistaken for one, and often are portrayed as one in crack.
  • A God Is You: Anyone can claim any omnipotent character, so long as their actions don't interfere with the chat too much.
  • A Good Name for a Rock Band: Gig, giving his name suggestion for the Pantheon: "Masters of The Multiverse."
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Evil: The factions. Team Dai-Gurren and the Syndicate of Hope are good, the Cult of Superiority and the CORE are bad, and the Pantheon and Crimson Hegemony are evil.
  • A Good Way to Die: Lu Bu, who died battling against a stronger foe, something he had been searching for his whole life. Subverted, since he didn't actually die.
  • Gratuitous Latin: The Machina Imperium's name is literally just 'Machine Empire.'
  • Gravity Is Purple:
    • Exodus, who's primary color is purple, and has complete control over gravity.
    • Dark-Element Blades from Xenoblade, specifically T-elos, are color coded as purple and have control over gravity.
  • "Groundhog Day" Loop: Yoshikage Kira's third bomb, Bites the Dust, creates this effect on someone, resetting to an hour before that person reveals his identity.
  • Heroic Resolve: Several examples, but Corrin's battle against Dr. Doom sticks out purely for how much he went through while still fighting on.
  • Hero Killer: Metallix possess the highest hero kill count in the chat, even greater than that of his boss, Ultron Sigma.
  • Holy Burns Evil:
    • Why the Belmonts keep so many crosses and bottles of holy water on hand.
    • Light magic and divine weapons from Fire Emblem tend to have this effect.
  • A House Divided:
    • The Entente fell apart immediately after Ultron Sigma's defeat, even after being warned about Anti-Monitor.
    • The remnants of the Machina Imperium had one final meeting to determine their next course of action after their defeat. They couldn't agree on anything before the Anti-Monitor killed them all.
  • I Control My Minions Through...:
    • Ultron Sigma had fanatical loyalty, agenda style. Specifically, the promise of a robotic utopia, though he did dip into mind control here and there.
    • Zamasu works through fear, specifically the 'losing privileges' and 'prejudice' methods. The Pantheon is just a group of gods that want to keep themselves in power and mortals in check, essentially.
    • Sidious has a combination of many. Part of it is his legitimate authority as the emperor and elected chancellor, part of it is indoctrination, and most of it is fear of pissing him off.
    • Speaking of, Carnor Jax has very few that truly believe him to be the rightful emperor. He rules through fear, and through being the guy who writes everyone's paychecks.
    • Dr. Doom is mixed too. He has some die hard believers in his cause on one hand, and on the other, common criminals who signed on for a quick buck.
  • Illegal Religion: The Cult of Superiority deems all religions to be false, subversive, and dangerous, and thus must be eliminated.
  • Inherent in the System: Dr. Doom believes that every system has some inherent flaw, beyond his own, which is why and he alone must rule.
  • Instant Ice: Just Add Cold!: Dio Brando's preferred method of execution, absorbing all heat from his opponent's body and freezing them solid.
  • Intrepid Merchant: Sinbad, who managed to build a considerable trade empire off of his expeditions.
  • A Kind of One:
    • Frieza and his people, the 'Frieza race.' Subverted, as the chat refers to them as 'Frost Demons.'
    • Any Pokémon. Justified in the case of legendaries, where only one of them exists anyways.
  • Last of His Kind: Several examples, but Metallix is specifically notable, in being one of the last surviving members of the Machina Imperium.
  • A Lighter Shade of Black: Dr. Doom and Darth Sidious are a lighter shade than Anti-Monitor, if only because it's hard to be darker than someone who wants to destroy the omniverse.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: The only person who doesn't know what happened to Chrom is Lissa, mainly because no one wants to be the one to break the news to her.
  • A Million Is a Statistic: Metallix is the worst character in the chat because he killed Kinkajou and Tomix. Pay no mind to the millions of innocent civilians that he no doubt slaughtered too.
  • Mon: Several characters caught and kept Pokémon even after the setting changed from Sinnoh. Individual Pokémon have also been claimed.
  • The Multiverse: The premise of the room. Every work of fiction, and all the alternate realities of them, exist and are connected via the multiverse.
  • Naïve Newcomer: Pretty much every character when they first get brought into the chat, to the point where the first order of business for anyone wanting to make a claim is to have an RP where someone else explains to them what's going on.
  • Neutral No Longer: Grima initially wanted the Entente and the Imperium to weaken each other enough to take over himself, but had to join up with the former to prevent Ultron Omega from ruining his plans.
  • No One Could Survive That!: Red and Omega teams thought that a Kill Sat would be enough to kill a fury form Lu Bu. It wasn't.
  • Omniglot: Essentially every character in the chat, due to how characters who would normally speak different languages interact within the world's rules: Everyone hears everyone else in the language they themselves speak, but can still notice that they're speaking a specific dialect if they focus on it.
  • Our Mages Are Different: Pretty much every type of mage can be found in the chat- some use the elements, some use ki, some use mana, some use spirit energy, etc.
  • Our Monsters Are Different: Every single subtrope of this counts, seeing as any kind of monster, and all variations of said monster, can be claimed from any work.

  • Patriotic Fervor: Stroheim. "German engineering is the best in the world!" is practically his catch phrase.
  • Planimal: The Stray Cat is an unusual case. It can best be described as a Stand with the appearance of a plant and the personality of a cat. All the same, it still counts, as it still eats cat food and still performs photosynthesis.
  • Sanity Slippage: Pelleas' slowly descended into a very vulnerable state over the course of the chat before his freak out.
  • Sliding Scale of Continuity: A solid level four, with the chat's overall plot occurring in the background alongside the individual Rps.
  • Sliding Scale of Unavoidable vs. Unforgivable: All of Dr. Doom's evil acts committed in the name of utopia. As Dank so eloquently put it, 'The worst part about Doom is that's he's right. Unless he wins, humanity is screwed.'
  • Sliding Scale of Vampire Friendliness: With Alucard being the most friendly, Soma, Dio Brando, and DIO being the least, and Dracula being somewhere in the middle as a well-intentioned extremist.
  • Sliding Scale of Villain Threat: As every character is permanently residing in Soliven, unable to leave by either going to another dimension or physically leaving the planet, every villain is restricted to being planetary at best. Granted, when that one planet is essentially all of existence for these characters...
  • Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Anti-Monitor far surpasses Ultron Sigma in both evilness and power, to the point where Ultron Sigma's true goal all along was to find a way to stop it.
  • Split-Personality Makeover: Diavolo has longer, darker hair, and is clearly older and more muscular than his counterpart.
  • Split-Personality Team: Syo and Diavolo take on combat responsibilities, while Toko and Doppio handle everything else, generally.
  • Talking to Themself: Doppio often has conversations with Diavolo, through various random objects he thinks are phones.
  • Transhuman Treachery: Soma, who quickly began to plot the downfall of humanity after becoming a vampire/the next dark lord.
  • Vampires Sleep in Coffins: Dracula has his own room in Castlevania Doom for just his coffin.
  • Villains Out Shopping: When Zamasu isn't committing genocide, he can usually be found serving tea to his fellow gods.
  • Wasteful Wishing: Both Saitama and Goku have been known to do this. Not their fault that Team Dai-Gurren had a lack of snacks and flat screen TVs.
  • Weapon of Choice: And these are just the ones we can keep track of.
    • Arm-attached Blades: Shredder.
    • Axes: Fire Emblem's Hector with the cursed axe, Armads.
    • Bats: Bourbon, at least until it broke.
    • Bows: Takumi and Pit with the Fujin Yumi and Palutena Bow, though neither of them truly fit the 'Archer Archetype.'
    • Chainsaws: Corrin and Kamui with the Omega Yato.
    • Claws: Vega and Wolverine, as expected.
    • Elemental Weapons: Robin with the Levin Sword.
    • Fists: Jonathan Joestar, as well as essentially every Dragon Ball character. Batman and Superman also apply.
    • Guns: Oh boy.
      • Automatics: Deadpool.
      • Blasters: Boba Fett.
      • Handguns: Both Punisher and Connor tend to gravitate towards these.
      • Revolvers: Hol Horse with Emperor, which looks like a revolver, and Guido Mista with Sex Pistols, which relies on one.
      • Rifles: Deadshot and Deathstroke.
      • Shotguns: Doomguy.
    • Halberds: Berkut and Lu Bu with his Sky Scorcher.
    • Hammers: Thor then Luke Skywalker with Mjolnir.
    • Magic Staffs: Various Fire Emblem characters use these to both heal and inflict status ailments on enemies.
    • Naginatas: Hinoka.
    • Scissors: Genocider Syo's scissors, which were specifically made to suit her murderous needs.
    • Shields: Captain America's vibranium frisbee.
    • Scythes: Gig's Onyx Blade.
    • Spell Books: Likewise, every magic user from Fire Emblem who isn't a healer instead uses Tomes to cast magic. Chen Gong's Art of War scroll also counts.
    • Swords: Roy's Binding Blade, Corrin and Kamui's Yato, and Jonathan's Sword of Luck and Pluck. Less specific examples include Deathstroke and Dante's swords.
      • Katanas: Deadpool and Takumi both have katanas as backup melee weapons.
      • Laser Blades: Lightsabers and Halo's energy swords.
    • Throwing Knives: DIO always carried a few around.
    • Whips: All the Belmont's with the Vampire Killer.
  • Wicked Pretentious: Soma, who tries to act just as complex and sophisticated as his previous incarnation, but is really just a teenager with an attitude to match his age.
  • You Owe Me: Kosa promised to take Raditz out to get a coffee when he beat him for the first time, then later, Raditz promised to take him out for a drink after beating him to near death.
  • Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Generally whenever anyone from the Cult complimented anyone from the Syndicate.
  • Your Worst Nightmare: Sidious haunted Maul with nightmares the day before he died, mostly to taunt him.
  • You Will Be Spared:
    • The Machina Imperium was willing to spare any organic being that submitted to their rule and wouldn't procreate.
    • The Pantheon won't kill any mortals who would assist them and 'repent for their sins.'
  • You Wouldn't Shoot Me: Usually what Connor does whenever his robophobia nearly catches up to him, safe in the knowledge that attacking him only proves him right.
  • Zero-Effort Boss: Dr. Wily folded rather quickly to the Machina Imperium.
  • Zombie Advocate: Though in this case, there are far more robot advocates. The Machina Imperium created a lot of hate for artificial intelligence, something that team Dai-Gurren is trying to fix.


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