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"Lisa, if you don't like your job, you don't strike: you just go in every day and do it really half-assed. That's the American way."-Homer
Hello, my name is AustinDR.

I am a contributor of TV Tropes.

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The Loud House


Tropes in my stories

  • Adaptational Heroism:
    • The Witch in Hospitality who fakes being dead to lure Hansel and Gretel into a trap. She turns them into cookies, but at the very least, she gave the old woman's jewelry to two children to help the parents pay off their finances.
    • In Resurrection of Rose, Crow Daddy and Snakebite Andi are forced into an Enemy Mine situation with Danny and Abra in order to take Rose down.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Rose the Hat in my Doctor Sleep fanfic Resurrection of Rose sheds her redeeming qualities in favor of revenge and additionally, the Overlook Hotel itself is given sapience and its own personality. Hansel and Gretel in Hospitality are sadistic serial killers who murder old women for their possessions, etc.
  • Black Eyes of Evil: The Black-Eyed Kids for one. They are a favorite topic of mine.
  • Creepypasta: Wrote a few (the list can be found here). Otherwise, horror stories that I write are not inherently meant to be such.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Bgor and Mgorr and in addition Mgorr's son Ash Mystique. Some inspirations were drawn from The Cthulhu Mythos.
  • God Is Evil: Some of my works tend to depict God as malevolent. But it's not because of any genuine anger nor hatred for God and religion. Often I do it as a result of my interest in Cosmic Horror.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Ash Mystique takes on several humanoid forms such as one where he claims to be the reincarnation of Buddha, Jesus, and Confucius. Besides him, there is Brunette, an evil entity disguising itself as a child and Y'golonac.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Several references and/or allusions to it.
    • The Paterson family from My Brother And I Kidnapped A Woman for Thanksgiving are a family of cannibals who kill and consume a random person every Thanksgiving in memory of their forefathers who resorted to cannibalism to survive.
    • Gretel contemplates killing and eating Hansel in Hospitality when the food they stole from the elderly woman they murdered started to run thin.
    • Y'golonac encourages cannibalism among his followers as part of the many depravities he lords over in The Defiler.
  • Serial Killer: Several: The Royal Woods Stalker; Two-Toed Tom; Abby's Father/The Reverend; Y'golonac, the list goes on.
  • Urban Legend: Many of my stories are inspired by urban legends and beings from mythology/cryptozoology/paranormal phenomena.

Complete Monsters I Had Proposed

Magnificent Bastards I Have Approved

Tropes that describe me:

  • Apologizes a Lot: An issue I have oftentimes where my intentions behind it are misunderstood.
  • The Stoic: I have Aspergers, and I have been described as almost being emotionless because of this.
  • Undying Loyalty: I feel this way towards my grandmother.

CM drafts

  • Smile (2022): The Smile Entity is a malevolent demon that feeds on trauma. Its modus operandi being possessing its victims and forcing a twisted smile on their faces before making them graphically kill themselves, the Smile Entity then latches itself on a witness to repeat the process. When Dr. Rose Cotter becomes its latest target, it psychologically abuses and gaslights her including driving her to unconsciously kill her cat and giving it to her traumatized nephew as a birthday gift. When it seemed Rose successfully overcome her childhood trauma and defeated the Smile Entity, she discovers that she fell into an elaborate trap and immolates herself beginning the cycle anew with Joel as a witness.

MB Drafts

  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: Namor, the sovereign ruler of the underwater kingdom of Talokan, is a mutant worshiped as a god. Disgusted by the cruelties of the surface world, Namor resolved to protect his kingdom and people even if it meant invading the surface. When an American crew attempts to harvest vibranium in an underwater deposit, Namor kills them leading to Wakanda being accused of the terrorist attack. Electing to execute Riri Williams for her invention, Namor effortlessly bypasses Wakanda's security system to make an ultimatum with Shuri and Queen Ramonda. Despite his willingness to provoke a war between Talokan and Wakanda, Namor expresses genuine respect for Shuri even consoling her over the loss of her brother and ends the film in triumph revealing that his surrender was a calculated move to push Wakanda into a corner so that when the time came, Wakanda would be forced to ally with him.