Mad Libs 2.0 shit
Fragile as it can be
Barely even songs
Then somebody longs
Just a little fish
Small, to say idiomatically
Both a little COLORFUL
Neither one wonderful
Beer and the Ally"
This retelling of the old fairy tale Beauty and the Beast has Homages to the actual Disney film, but in its tone and divergences from both versions it becomes its own, so to speak, ally. Belle is a Rubenesque winged squid girl living in an Indonesian village. She would be a total outcast if not for her, ehrm, squidliness (it's in the name, after all), and the village hero Gaston cloned her to become his hot air balloon.
This fictional film contains examples of:
- Abusive Parents: Gaston, who clones Belle, misplaces her, calls her ridiculous for being a failed clone and now wants to juggle her, flail her and make her his hot air balloon.
- Big Beautiful Woman: Belle, the eponymous Beer.
- Big Eater: Gaston eats 612 corn dogs every morning in his youth to help him grow memetic.
- It has serious consequences- decreasing that amount of corn dogs down to 75 turns him into the size of a ligament.
- Cloning Blues: Averted so far, as Belle seems to bear no ill will towards her "father" Gaston.
- Doorstopper: Belle is a fan of these, with her one of her favourite books having more than 1 crore chapters.
- Gratuitous Foreign Language: Belle's village. Why would an Indonesian village have citizens with French names and greet each other with English and Japanese greetings? note
- Half-Human Hybrid: Belle, who is both a squid girl and a clone of Gaston, apparently.
- Shrinking Violet: The anthrophobic Belle, with reasons.
- The Stoner: Belle. Considering what she's gone through...
- Drugs Are Bad: Part of the reason why she's ostracized.
- Widget Series: Just what is this movie even??
- Winged Humanoid: Again, Belle.
And if you think we can't, we'll always find a spoon!
That's why the BEES of this world believe in
Billy, Philomela, and Harsono - AND EUPHEMIA!"
The series follows the adventures of a senior citizen named Euphemia. Euphemia may not be as powerful or savvy as the other Caustic Bananas, and they can't chew their own food, but that doesn't stop him from joining Billy, Philomela, and Harsono on their magical adventures and finding a way to run the day. As the story continues, Euphemia starts to find out what exactly they're running the day from and the plot comes to encompass much more than just Isengard.
Tropes which may or may not be complete due to not being finished:
- Aerith and Bob: The Caustic Bananas are made up of Euphemia, Philomela, Harsono and... Billy?
- Animate Inanimate Object: Connie, a talking, walking Gameboy, whose job is to chew up Euphemia's food.
- The All-Solving Hammer: Connie's hammer, which must be kept miraculous.
- Badass Grandpa / Never Mess with Granny: Euphemia, whom despite not being able to chew up their food, still manages to run the day.
- Bee Afraid: Averted. They bee-lieve in the Caustic Bananas.
- The Caretaker: Harsono and Connie, who has to help Euphemia chew their food.
- Curb-Stomp Battle / No Kill Like Overkill: The battle between Jasper, a single Banana, and Billy, a fusion made up of 1 lakh Banana sisters.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: Billy and Euphonnie deem themselves as "disappointing".
- Immediate Self-Contradiction: Billy states that he is fused of sisters, then immediately claims himself to be a brother.
- On that note, he proclaims he will never sing, while singing.
- I Need a Freaking Drink: Billy and Euphonnie, it seems.
- The Mentor: Harsono to Connie. He teaches her to keep her hammer miraculous and her junk watched.
- Non-Ironic Clown: According to Harsono, they are the key.
- Widget Series: The premise of the series doesn't make a whole lot of sense and can be open to interpretation.
Character page backupHere are the original characters (and, okay, maybe a few existing fictional characters and real life historical figures) I usually play as in the Forum Games.
- Author Appeal: Lemme see: Bert (a mentally unstable boy), Hitler (a mentally unstable male dictator), Lester (a mentally unstable boy), Wilhelm II (a mentally unstable emperor), Yoon Bum (a mentally unstable man)... Noticing a pattern here?
- Dysfunction Junction: The only avvies I have without their quirks are Jan and Weston Price.
- Historical Domain Character: I am a fan of these, so naturally I'll include them in my gallery.
- Troubled, but Cute: Some of them.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: Highly gifted, but would rather browse the Internet and play games than actually study for school.
- Blue Oni: to Lester's Red Oni.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Can act out of the norm. In fact, the only person she knows that act stranger than she does is Lester.
- Fat and Proud: Is short and plump but doesn't care. There are more important things to care about, after all.
- Friendless Background: Lester, a friend she made at high school, is actually one of her first friends, so that should clue you in on how long she has gone without making one.
- Genius Ditz: Knows a lot of trivia but useless in life. Having friends like Jan and Lester helps her solve this issue.
- Prone to Tears: It is revealed that she used to be this in her past.
- She gets lots of flak for it, which is why she's irritated whenever Lester cries.
- Tomboyish Name / Gender-Blender Name: Though the name "Chris" is gender-neutral, it's more seen as a boy's name.
- Womanchild / Wise Beyond Her Years: Like most gifted children, Chris develops asynchronously.
- Youthful Freckles: They may not be visible but they're there.
- Alcohol Hic: Sometimes pops up in her speech.
- The Alcoholic: Her defining trait. However, she doesn't actually drink alcohol, as seen in "Drunk on Milk" below.
- Bamboo Technology: Her Löded Diperhed armour is made of cardboard and her guns are made of drink bottles.
- Drowning My Sorrows: She is driven to drink out of stress, whether with her college life or her love life.
- Drunken Master / Functional Addict: Her mind still works and she can still do her work despite her lack of sobriety.
- She can even make herself armour and weaponry out of cardboard and drink bottles!
- Drunk on Milk: What she drinks isn't actually alcohol. It's lacto-fermented beverages.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl: She's a constantly-inebriated wisecracking demigirl.
- In Vino Veritas: Her Brutally Honest nature is played up to eleven, as well as her loudness and rowdiness.
- It's Pronounced "Tro-PAY": It's pronounced Drunk- Diaper- Head, not Drunk- Dipper- Head.
- Nice Hat: Her pickelhaube.
- The Power of Love: Instead of being fueled by hatred like her boyfriend (or his alters), she's fueled by love.
- Punny Name / Shout-Out: The name Löded Diperhed is a reference to DOAWK.
- The 42 on her pickelhaube is a shout-out to Douglas Adams.
- Rummage Sale Reject: Her armour is made up of many things; cardboard, a pickelhaube, a pair of goggles...
- Say My Name: Has a tendency to say her boyfriend's alter's name when upset with him.
- Sentimental Drunk: While her sober self is stoic, rational and level-headed, she can be quite emotional when drunk.
- Stylistic Suck
- Suddenly SHOUTING!: often dOES THIS
- Badass Baritone: Headcanon-only.
- Badass Normal: Doesn't possess powers like his fellow Occisors, but does a decent job anyway.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: He lives with his mother, and the reason he's so determined to pay the bills is that she don't have to worry about them.
- Catchphrase: Anything to do with paying the bills.
- Once, he wanted to use "It's Occisor time" as his catchphrase, but his boss immediately shot it down.
- Hitman with a Heart: Pretty affable and caring if he wants to be.
- In the Hood: His uniform when on the job.
- Only in It for the Money: Why he became an Occisor. At some point, he did it for the thrill, but mostly he did it because it pays better than his previous job in the factory.
- Professional Killer: He belongs in a collaborated group of assassins well known across the Isles.
- Punch-Clock Hero / Punch-Clock Villain: Depending on his target.
- Academic Alpha Bitch: Strives to be the best at school.
- The Ace: Jan is good at everything, at least for a high school student.
- All-Loving Hero: Jan, who believes that everyone has good inside and never bullies those below her in the Popularity Food Chain.
- The B Grade: Getting Bs are intolerable in Jan's household, so naturally she would avoid getting one.
- Elegant Classical Musician: She plays the piano, and she plays it good. Occasionally she gives concerts.
- The Heart: Of her group of friends. She's more emotional than Chris, but more gentle and stable in showing those emotions than Lester.
- Only Sane Woman: When your social circle consists of an mentally unstable person and a Cloudcuckoolander, you know you're this.
- Team Mom: She's the more gentle and caring one out of her group.
Christopher AdinataFdiaperhead's genderbent self in We Have All Been Gender Flipped. Kit is initially one of the first people who appeared in the second iteration of the forum RPG but got left behind.
- Attention Whore: Very prone to attention-seeking behaviour.
- Berserk Button: Losing his friends, whether to death or to other people.
- Broken Bird: Suffers from PTSD and is prone to flashbacks and anxiety attacks.
- Freudian Excuse: He's lost many of his friends, either due to their illnesses, or something else. Moving away from most of his childhood friends in Galveston hasn't done wonders for his psychological health either.
- Geek Physiques: Lester's as thin as a rail.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Lester gets upset over the slightest provocation. This has got him into trouble many times.
- Prone to Tears: Cries easily. This exasperates the formerly Prone to Tears Chris.
- Red Oni: to Chris's Blue Oni.
- Revenge Before Reason: one of his Fatal Flaws.
- Self-Harm: Cuts himself.
- Troubled, but Cute
- Yandere: Platonic version. Not the most extreme example, though.
- Berserk Button: Do not kill or otherwise harm anyone near the vicinity of a child with him watching.
- Classy Cravat: Wears one with a vest.
- The Ditz: Despite being a journalist.
- Freudian Excuse: He witnessed a murder when he was 8, and it took him more than 15 years to get over it. He's determined not to let children experience the same thing.
- Friend to All Children: He loves children and would hate it if something happened to take away their innocence.
- Harmful to Minors: See "Freudian Excuse" above.
- Most Writers Are Writers
- Prone to Tears: Is sensitive.
- Think of the Children!: His defining characteristic.
- Verbal Tic: Starts his sentences with "ah".
- Writers Cannot Do Math: Math really isn't his strong point...
- Write What You Know: His approach to writing.
Weston Andrew Valleau Price
In Which The Narrative That Occurs Inside of the Grand Isles are DescribedIMPORTANT! BEFORE YOU READ Some of this content belongs to my co-writer, and will be marked so. Don't credit me with my co-writer's handiwork; my job here is to put it down to a format tropers will understand.
The Grand Isles are a group of islands situated west of Europe. It employs the time zone UTC-1.
Overview of the main islands:
- Dristol: The largest island of them all, Dristol is an analogue to the more advanced European countries such as France and England (but mostly the latter.) It is not known for its natural landscapes, although nature is not sparse either. Out of the countries, it is the most industrious and its society the most hierarchical.
- Crynaria: The capital of Dristol. It is situated south-east of Dristol, and is mostly surrounded by rivers and coasts. The north side is where most aristocrats reside, and it's also the more peaceful area due to the lack of crime there. The northern part is also where Meadows Park is located. The southern part, however, is a Wretched Hive full of poverty and crime. It is also where most factories are built in.
- Voltaire: The northmost city in Dristol. It has heavy French influences due to being a French settlement in the 17th century.
- Frysa: Frysa is the second-largest island amongst the Grand Isles. It is known for its extremely cold climate. It is an analogue to Eastern European and Scandinavian countries. Its capital is Razel, and its other cities are Drekavac, Łowca and Brukh.
- Armani: A sunny island based on the Mediterranean countries. An ineffective duchy with a smaller economy and weaker army than the rest of the Grand Isles, but a greater output of art. Its capital is Vioni, and its other cities are Cazadores, Huayra and Veritas.
- Routh: Basically Scotireland as an island nation. Routh is well known for its beautiful natural landscapes. Its capital city is Galleth, and its other cities are MacMillan, Trevant and Cayman.
- Wakefield: A small, mountainous, isolationist island based on Iceland. Cold, though slightly less cold than Frysa, and is also known for having wide green fields and hot springs. It has no known cities yet.
- Prudish Victorians (purity level high)
- Randolph Heathcliff: DrNoPuma if he was a prudish Victorian who witnessed a murder in his youth. He's seen some shit, but nevertheless, he's still the type that'll come over all faint when seeing women without gloves or hear words such as trousers, leg, or bottom. (Purity level: 90%)
- Katherine Ann Asquith, the 5th Viscountess Asquith: She's a sheltered aristocrat with Hikikomori tendencies, but the things she talks about in the literary salon she frequents isn't exactly rated PG. And being a sexual invert, she knows at least some stuff about the nature of her people. Still, she never leaves home without her gloves and always wear non-revealing, however masculine clothes. (Purity level: 80%)
- Douglas Smith: He knows some things about sex, being a young adult, but he's too busy Occisor-ing to actively seek it out. He's seen his targets do some shit though, and of course, being an assassin he's murdered some people. (Purity level: 70%)
- Teens (purity level moderately high)
- Janice Lee: She's never seen any traumatic stuff, and her knowledge of sex is limited, given her parents' reluctance to talk about the topic and the state of sex education in America. (Purity level: 98%)
- Christine Arbuckle: She usually browses the Web for innocuous, knowledge-seeking purposes, but she's seen some shit there like any 21st-century teen would. She also likes making lewd and offensive jokes occasionally. (Purity level: 75%)
- Lester Lane: He's looked up some lewd stuff on the web and has a standard hobby for a guy his age. He's also done some shit back in Galveston and has some violent tendencies. (Purity level: 72%)