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Hank smoking from King of the Hill, a common avatar I like to use. No, I'm not a smoker and I disagree with a lot of Hank's beliefs, I just think his facial expression here is funnynote 

Do note that this is outdated in some spots. Reading this would probably leave a worse impression about me than the already, but at least rightfully, bad-impression that reading something newer that I post will be. I only usually come here now if I made a page, and to put that page on one of my lists. And even that's rare. I've lately been SLOWLY trying to fix this up but... it's going to take a while.

Infinite Ideas, Zero Good.note 

General info:

It's "great" as in "huge," by the way. Yes, I'm a huge Pikmin fan. The long road to Pikmin 4 is finally, finally nearing its end, and yes, I'm happy about that. But dreading the potential wait for Pikmin 5. By the way, it's three seperate words, each capitalized. Great Pikmin Fan. The reason why it may show up in lower case is because I didn't know how Wiki Words really worked when I signed up and started typing in my username.

Gender: Male.

Location: United States. That is all I'll say.


Age: 27, and I'm kind of a manchild.

Favorite stuff: See below.

Backstory: You know how sometimes when someone takes a photo they might see some kind of hidden half-face or shadowy image or ghost or whatever? That's me.

Strength: Saying a lot of words about stuff nobody cares about.

One of Many Weaknesses: Saying a lot of words about myself. (Saying a lot of words about the stuff I write on the other hand is another story.)

Summary (a lot more serious of one):

Even though my user name is Great Pikmin Fan, I care more about/prefer other worksnote . The name, which I got from "Great Aether" (blame Super Smash Bros.), just stuck, so to avoid confusion I use this name.

For TV Tropes itself, you might recognize my name if you go to the edit history of Wiki Sandbox. I have a stupid habit of writing up my projects or even ideas like they're already finished and published stuff, it's my fantasy while writing-wise I'm stuck over hurdles in some things and/or cleaning up past projects since I don't want to have a massive list of incomplete crap. I try to space this out with edits throughout the wiki, usually objective tropes. Typically I'll add something like an example of Terraria or some other game I like somewhere. I've done this most often I think with Bug Fables, to Entry Pimp levels. Lately I lurk around the forums, I'll chime in something about a cleanup if I feel it's important and I read some of the On-Topic discussions although as of now I've yet to join in any of them. For a guy who is aiming to write over-the-top action stories about nudists slaying eldritch villains ten times their size, I'm actually pretty shy and scared of getting any actual feedback.

I have been around this wiki a long time (since 2009, my first-ever edit was... a very poorly-written and ranty thing on adding a part of Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures to That One Level). My behavior was, honestly, completely awful back when I first jumped on. Like, I've pretty much kept myself away from anything Total Drama-related out of shame of it. (Not just on this site too, but in general.) I'd like to think I've improved from how I was before, and am still trying to improve now. I discovered this website through someone linking to it on the Gamefaqs forum, I completely forgot the context but it was on the Super Smash Bros. Brawl thread and the link was to the Lucky Star page.

Also be sure to check out my page. Everywhere else I have, I'm basically inactive and at most might favorite and comment stuff, which is... most of the time cheesecake but I am capable of liking other things that aren't cheesecake. Like Pikmin.

Since December of 2014 I also get original fiction out on the web instead of just fan fiction. No, I am still not planning on writing a book to be published. If I did, I'd just write terrible and generic wish fulfilly crap because I'm sure that would actually sell better than anything I would actually enjoy writing. Even if this completely theoretical paper-(or e-book now, I guess)publishing were to get a hatedom, as long as it's something where a profit comes out of it regardless I'll still see it as a victory. But I'm getting sidetracked. The whole point of this paragraph is, in addition to a, I have a Fictionpress account, here.

I'm planning on giving myself this alternate username, mostly for original works. I might go by "NeedsMoreDeepWater" over on Fictionpress or something.

Work pages I made:

In rough chronological order. After EENE TME, things start getting clearer. Unpublished Works are in their own list.

Everything prior to Wings of Vi, with William Country and Saving Private Edwards being the exceptions, was in the "Main" namespace at first. (And... my idea of making the whole Darth counterpart to Powerup Comics and Nightmare Doors. Dang it, people were doing Eversion-like pages all the time so it seemed like a good idea back then... I really regret it now and I even kind of regret making some of the pages on the more obscure things for a stupid reason I don't know about.)

  1. Squirrel Boy
  2. Powerup Comics (and the Darth page)
  3. Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing
  4. Ffx Runner
  5. Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures
  6. William Country
  7. Nightmare Doors
  8. The Kersal Massive
  9. Saving Private Edwards — First in the nonexistant TalkingWithJon namespace. When I didn't know how namespaces worked.
  10. Epic Battle Fantasy — Just the general series page at the time, I made none of the splits.
  11. Grand Theft Auto Escanaba
  12. Grand Theft Auto Nick Series
  13. Wings of Vi [The first time I used the current namespacing system for making pages]
  14. This Aventure Is My Very Own Intillectual Property
  15. Crypt
  16. Paper Mario: Dark Star Edition


  • I made a page for Half Life Full Life Consequences in the Main/ namespace sometime between FFX Runner and Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis Edventures, but when I looked at the Fan Fic namespace, it seemed as though it had already been worked on for quite a while. Plus, the original page I made was just a one liner. Anyway, I'm not really sure if you could say I made it.
  • A similar case can be made for Amorphous +. I made the page in a ptitle name, but someone else made a page without the ptitle name. It was made between Nightmare Doors and the Kersal Massive.

Favorite stuff:

Gonna re-work this one a bit. It was really, really old before.

Trope pages for my fan fiction and original works:

Unless stated otherwise, I made all these pages myself. These are listed in order of the page's creation.

Tropes that apply to my works:

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    List of Total Works 

Published (Up to 2017; this is horribly outdated):


  • Zenith Nymph Series:
    • Romancing the Last Dryad (the actual "main" story)

    General Tropes 

  • Anyone Can Die: Except for the harem stories, although there are plenty of those, most works of mine have a pretty high mortality rate. It's usually either this or Nobody Can Die, with very little in-between.
  • Author Phobia: Insects, spiders and the like creep me out so I tend to use them for "horror" things a lot. One instance is one of the Demonic Beasts of Joy+Roy just resembling a gigantic mass of insect legs linked together to something shaped like a carpet that moves somewhat like a snake.
  • Black-and-Gray Morality: It's usually either this or White and Gray Morality — but more often this. Definitely evil villains, but selfish jerkass heroes with a Token Good Teammate or two.
    • Hexadecisland's introduction is this, before shifting in to more of a White and Gray Morality or Gray-and-Grey Morality. Terrance at first seems like a completely sympathetic, poor and abused soul, but that's mostly because he has the complete asshole Charles compared to him. Once he's on his own and with Aaphsla, his jerk qualities come up, most notably his willingness to abandon the other fairies on the island even after seeing the mysterious white light from the machine at the top, raising suspicion; to the point where he fights with Aaphsla over returning. Aaphsla herself is cold and distant, not exactly hero material herself. Yet again, they both have sympathetic qualities, while Charles has none. And the most sympathetic thing about his minions is that he mistreats them, but they still mistreat others, so it's not like the story is going out of its way to try to give them pity.
  • Color-Coded Characters: Almost all of my original works have this with varrying degrees of subtelty and how far they fall under a "pattern." Blessed, Unfortunately is one of the more subtle ones since the main characters do not form a "perfect rainbow" to being with. (Carlson: silver; Karen: jade green; Unitia Two: pink; Stella: green and/or black; Eldbrash: blue.)
  • Color-Coded Elements: Fire is always red, water always blue, and thanks to Pikmin I have kind of made a "promise" to have electricity and poison always be yellow and magenta. (Although I came up with orange for earth before Pikmin 3, so by grandfather clause and whatnot, Pikmin 3's "earth" is a sort of exception to that rule, it usually won't be gray. Plus I don't like putting neutral colors in these sort of color-element systems unless it's a "special" sort of element.) Most of the rest of them have full rainbows that go much harder on the associated color schemes akin to Homestuck.
  • Color Contrast: Plenty.
    • Blue and yellow contrasts tend to pop up a lot, or be involved with a lot of significance:
      • In Run: .GIFocalypse, the deans are eventually sorted in to "foil pairs." The yellow and blue deans, Kathody and Searah, are such pairs, fought early on and having a big contrast in personalities. They are also the only foil pairs who are completely on opposites of the color spectrumnote . .GIFocalypse in general never puts two deans with adjacent colors on the color wheel next to one-another (Sandy and Cardia, and Natalie and Shannon, being the closest exceptions: orange and rose, spring green and chartreuse, but even then they have an entire color in-between them), for more of a "color pop" effect. Especially the visual of a given dean, surrounded by the metal structures of her color, holding a key card that "pops" against it. Green/yellow/blue/orange/rose/cyan/violet/azure/magenta/spring green/chartreuse/red/white/black/pink.
      • [Shoot I can put some of this on Joy+Roy's page right now] Joy+Roy has plenty of these. Roy himself is associated with the color yellow, and the human associated with blue, Ashley, was his longest and closest of his three friends, plus they are large foils in terms of being introverted or extroverted, loud or calm. Roy also has a foil in Roxy, who is associated with cobalt, and is essentially a version of him without any redeeming traits. Then there is the matter of the Gold/Cobalt-Class of angels, the only two-colored class of angels or demons, using variants of yellow and blue. It's also a special rare class and the class of the Big Bad. [This is the new stuff that can't yet, and it's kinda breaking my "only go up to just before the Season 1 finale" rule, but whatever:] The Yellow Squad Captain and Blue Squad Captains of the Syulk Legion are released "back-to-back" counting just the "main" demons in Seasons 2 and 3 respectively, and while the Blue and Yellow Captains of the Kabus Legion are not (the Cyan Captain is released in-between them, in Season 5; Blue is out in Season 4 and Yellow in Season 6), in both stories the Blue-Class and Yellow-Class angels are fought back-to-back. Both blue/yellow pairs of demons (not their respective angels however) are also fairly close to one-another. The first two of Lesuif's followers to be released are the one with a very dark blue color scheme and very dark yellow color scheme.
      • The "full" blue and yellow fairies of Hexadecisland, respectively Aaphsla and Zzatta, are the first two with their own sort of chapters. They also bookend the Town of Light Arc — while Zzatta's chapter is technically the second, the showdown happens at the final chapter of the arc, while the first chapter of the arc is entirely about Aaphsla without any of the other fairies being introduced. They also become... "close friends" of sorts, if being rather hostile to one-another at first. Unlike their Joy+Roy counterparts, where Ashley and Mindy (blue/green) were a couple while Roy and Evelin (yellow/red) was the "other pair" that was also "close" so to speak, here the main four fairies are paired off blue/yellow and red/green.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Mostly pops up in my fanworks, especially the less-serious ones, but it's common that the presented "Big Bad" isn't actually one and there's at least one other villain behind them. My Fictionpress works aren't as liberal with this; usually the Big Bad presented there stays the Big Bad for the whole story. So, an indirect confirmation right now that Etabed and Pumpkin, the Blood King, and the Eighth Circle are in fact the main villains of their respective stories, and there will not be anyone "after" them that takes up a second half of the story.
  • Loads And Loads Of Characters: I don't think there's a single original work of mine yet that does not qualify under this. I tend to have huge groups of "main" characters — the smallest being Intriguing Group at a band of six, and several have gangs of around twelve people in them. The recurring cast is also very high — if a character has a name, typically the main reason why they would not show up in more than one chapter is because they die.
  • Mutually Fictional: It's a running gag that my Fictionpress stories have just about all of my other stories (even ones that aren't out or thought of at the time of a given chapter publish are, and they simply aren't mentioned until future chapters when they are) existing in-universe, usually in the form of professionally-published comic books that got animated adaptations. Unviewable is typically one of the few not made by my Author Avatar, and instead a different in-universe creator/company, and as such in-universe Unviewable is closer to the sort of thing the actual Unviewable mocks. As for the problems of characters reading chapters mentioning their own story as existing, those chapters/parts/etc are simply different for the version of the story in their universe, possibly even mentioning a different story "of mine" that I don't/won't actually do.
  • Our Monsters Are Weird: My original works tend to have very bizarre monster designs. Even in my fanworks, this pops up, such as some of the odder things in the Terrariaverse.
  • Production Foreshadowing: All of my Fictionpress stories starting from Ordinarily United have some kind of "cameo" or mention of the one that will be published afternote . This started out as a sort of accident, the first one was "just" supposed to be a regular "cameo," but then I rolled with it and made it a trend.
    • One early chapter of Ordinarily United has Carlson reading a sort of Unviewable light novel.
    • In Unviewable, the first chapter was editted shortly before the start of Joy+Roy to include a cameo of a highschool-aged character who resembles Roy. He only gets a brief, passing mention.
    • -Roy has the most direct one since its "following" story is set in the same universe: Seal 6 ends with a preview, showing a pencil of Roy's end up in the Perpendicular World and being picked up by Joy. While -Roy and Joy| are written so that they could be read in whichever order the reader choses, even mixing and matching chapters of one and the other, by publishing this is technically Joy's introduction.
    • A chapter of Joy| describes Etinal and Skyther's homes, and it's revealed that Sky's house has, among other things, a figure of a blue fairy character. The narrative draws attention to this because this is Aaphsla of Hexadecisland.
    • [As of this edit this is upcoming, but it won't be pretty soon] The Stinger for Chapter 2 of Hexadecisland involves the "secondary fairies" gathered around. One of them (later revealed to be named Mabzra) has a washed out Living Twice comic book, and the remains of the cover shows Benny's superhero costume, giving a description of it.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: It's easier to list my Reluctant Fanservice Girl and Innocent Fanservice Girl characters. Many of the original stories I write feature whole societies that not only do not care about following a nudity taboo, but they are actively against it. Some characters get offended or downright angry when told to put something on. Even of my fanworks, the general Nymph societies (except the Dryads, and even then barely) and to a lesser extent the .GIFfany Army have been "molded" to be like that.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: I can swear a lot. And plenty of my characters do, Stella of Ordinarily United/Blessed, Unfortunately and Kabus Daygelz of Joy+Roy being the biggest offenders.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Expect more female examples than male examples, both in terms of "going around with a bottom but no shirt or top" and "going around compeltely nude." Ashley of Joy+Roy becomes this late in Season 1 and stays with this being her "default outfit" for the rest of the story, just her jeans with no shirt or other top. The Town of Light's entire "outfit theme" is toplessness, while the Town of Darkness's is bottomlessness (under their cult robes).

    Stuff That's Actually Published 

Total Drama World Tour Rewrite

No, this is an abomination and I'd rather forget about it. NEXT.

[I might do a serious trope list later but that's pretty much after I consider the "cleaning" part done.]

Movie Day

  • Minimalist Cast: [Okay this borders on covering the new chapters but... meh.] Subverted. Most of the fanfic's first chapter appears to follow by show's rules of using only the twelve cul-de-sac kids. The very end of the first chapter introduces two new characters, and then subsequent chapters have even more, gradually "moving away" from the canon show's themes as the characters literally move away from their original home.
  • Patchwork Map: The environments that the cul-de-sac kids go through are pretty bizarre and, okay I'm troping for future chapters just for here, they'll get weirder and more oddly-fitting the further the story goes along. Of note are two mountains, one covered in ice and one covered in lava, that are right next to each other.
  • Tamer and Chaster: One of the few Great Pikmin Fan/NeedsMoreDeepWater stories out there with no fanservice whatsoever, having a rating lower than "T" and a fairly innoffensive story.

Simpsons Meet Brandy and Mr. Whiskers

  • Bait-and-Switch: It starts out as a simple crossover. It then turns in to something of a Lovecraft Lite story about slaying monsters and saving the world.
  • Battle in the Rain: The final showdown between Brandy and Mr. Whiskers happens out in a rainstorm out in the middle of the ocean.
  • Crack Fic: Invoked. Fan had the idea when he was young, and decided years later to finally try to realize it in a semi-coherant story. Plenty of story details make no sense as a result, since it was an idea he had a long time ago, but much more was written so that it wouldn't be too difficult to follow.
  • Evil All Along: Mr. Whiskers himself. He actually turns out to be a soul-stealing dark entity that was "sealed" up until now.
  • Patchwork Map: There's a vast canyon/desert area in between the Amazon Rainforest proper and the Atlantic Ocean. To say nothing of Darktown, a bizarre artificial city made of darkness.
  • Wham Episode: The second chapter drops the bomb that Whiskers was actually a soul-sucking monster the whole time. This suddenly shifts from the combined group trying to leave the Amazon to them preventing him from regaining his full power and taking over the world.

Nymphlopedia[/Might as well be the ZN-verse as a whole. I mean Dual Nymphs, the subject of the only example so far, will play quite a bit of a role in RTLD.]

Since hopefully this whole thing will be blown through in a month, I might as well just put "unpublished" chapters out too since they'll be done and out in some weeks anyway. Again, hopefully.

  • Fictional Colour: Discussed and treated more realistically than how the trope is usually handled. Dual Nymphs are associated with a "blueish-yellow" and to a lesser degree, other colors formed from merging together opposite pairs (blue/yellow is just the only one that is an "impossible" color with no normal response, the others are more complicated, since red/green — the other pair — is not included). However, by default they are half-blue, half-yellow, split down the middle. They can appear to the human eye to be a bright blue/yellow, but this is just essentially a mind trick they play on the people watching in person, cameras and the like will see blue and yellow light mixed together — so, white. Tania's comments on their chapter specifically talk about how one can simulate blue/yellow without having to meet a Dual Nymph in public (which is impossible in real life for the obvious reason being that they don't exist), and mentions a specific real life eye-crossing test that can be done with a blue square and a yellow square.

    Unpublished Chapters of Stuff That's Out 

[This is mostly just me drafting trope entries to put on here for when the actual chapters come out.]

[Also, I'm gonna avoid any heavy spoilers here. But if you're actually curious, and if you get lucky, I might just spitball some of the heavy spoilers on Wiki Sandbox, and they may or may not be true, either through me changing my plans or that I'm just being deliberately misleading.]


[Because there's so little of this now, I'm also including the current chapters. It's easier this way. "Heavy spoiler example:" There's some serious stuff from the end of Chapter 4 onwards. But only SOME of it. I MIGHT put details from the end of Chapter 4 or from Chapters 5 and 6 on here later, even before Chapter 3 is out...]

[Also I started a trope page proper for this, which is now pretty much done. Might not actually post it until Chapter 3 is out, but hopefully that should be soon... maybe in September?]

  • Deconstructed Character Archetype:
    • Taro is a deconstruction of the Meta Guy. His obsession over thinking in tropes and assuming that he knows how something will play out only to be proven wrong is one of his biggest character flaws, and rather than being seen as a guy who can practically predict the future due to being aware of the story he's in, he comes off as more of a nut that cannot tell fiction from reality. Especially since, again, his predictions based on genre often turn out to be wrong.


["Heavy spoiler" example: As of now anything in the Season 1 finales and beyond are off-limits. So for now this secton'll just be Seals 10 and 11, and Totems 7 through 11. I'll post tropes about some events in the Season 1 finales once Seal and Totem 11 are done, likely beginning the "finale hiatus" where I put one of them (likely -Roy it was always and still is ahead) on hold until the other is caught up.]

  • Calvinball:
    • "Professional Metal Detection" in Joy| is just odd. At a glance it looks like four teams go about using magic-enhanced metal detectors to find a given machine tied to the game, but this machine is hostile, foul-mouthed, and fights the combatants. There are also several complex rules, which are not followed at all, and matches tend to just devolve in to chaos and the teams beating the shit out of each other. And their own teammates. Despite this having no advantage. Nightfirma likes the sport when it's played by the established rules, but usually on a professional level the rules are not in place,
  • Chekhov's Gunman:
    • -Roy opens up showing a shirtless wreck of a man casting a spell, later revealed to be him sealing the Kabus Legion out of him and in to a sword made from an angel bone in to a tree. In Seal 10, we actually see the story behind this man, and how the White Squad drove him insane after he abused his power.
    • Ron, Ermit, and Marjorie seem like throwaway/side characters before they turn out to each get involved with the story; Marjorie was actually in on the whole angel/demon thing the entire time and winds up roping Ermit in to it, while Ron starts stalking the group and finds out about Vioslant and the Order of Chaos by himself, acting as a third party.
  • Hate Sink: [In addition to Insa and Hyumultahs, who are already on there. This is mostly just about the Perpendicular side. Actually shoot I might as well put this one on the page since this is covering stuff that has been published.] The Dackhark Couple is too affable to really hate, and they genuinely love one-another, as much as they comit terrible actions. Subipian is an outright reluctant Anti-Villain and a huge pushover, so it's difficult to hate him. The last major villain, Joxy, on the other hand, is an outright asshole. Amost every scene she's in has her creeping out somebody or trying to intimidate them in to doing something. And she sexually harasses others, which is played seriously rather than written off as a loveable character quirk.
  • Take That!: [In addition to what's already on there...]
    • The final part of Daygelz's backstory in Seal 10, the portion the chapter is indirectly named after (it's actually named after the freed captain summing the part up), is a dig at the exact kind of "harem comedy" that Joy+Roy is not. A more typical "otaku loser protagonist" who assumes that the demons would be "harmless" and "adorable" and that they're Innocent Fanservice Girls that he can simply teach shame to. Unfortunately for him, Daygelz knows well more than enough about human society and is pissed off at them and very much want to be naked rather than simply not knowing any better, and his various attempts to rope her in to slice-of-life plots do not work well. He tries to abuse the Command Spell to get Daygelz to put on a maid costume. Rather than even slightly being amused by it, Daygelz get pissed off beyond imagination and psychologically torments him until he goes insane.
  • Whole Episode Flashback: Seal 10 is almost entirely centered around Daygelz telling the humans her backstory (her life growing up, the Kabus Legion's formation, the aftermath of the fight with Yahweh (the fight with Yahweh itself will be saved for much later), and the White Squad's experience with the man seen from the beginning), then there's a shorter part of Roy telling the demons his backstory (growing up in Texas, the gang moving to New York, how Roy met the other three main humans, and a bit of Roxy's toxic influence on his life). Seal 10 itself is released in-between the two backstories and the demon released simply wants to know about Roy and company's history, and she has the usual power-demonstration and the like, so the chapter still follows the story's formula of introducing a demon squad and having them factor in to the chapter's story somewhat.


[Just covering te Town of Light Arc overall... mainly because I'm not too sure as to where I want this to go from here. EDIT: I've been thinking of dropping this story entirely, even.]

  • Aliens Speaking English: The fairies are not aliens, but they are from a completely foreign race to humans, and yet they speak the same language for reasons that are not entirely clear. Somehow, English passed over on to them without humanity as a whole knowing about it.
  • Black-and-Gray Morality: The main conflict of Chapter 1. Terrance and Aaphsla are both jerks, Terrance being a horndog acting generally on selfish reasons and mostly saving the fairies he knows nothing about just for a chance at getting laid with them, while Aaphsla is also self-centered and getting in to petty fights over small things that result in her abandoning everyone. They're both saints compared to Charles and his gang, who are just pure assholes with almost nothing redeemable about them. Following chapters move away from that, as the heroes develop in to better people and their "villains" are less outwardly terrible, turning more in to Gray-and-Grey Morality or White-and-Grey Morality.
  • Dirty Coward: Zzatta by the Town of Light arc. One of the biggest reasons why she's hated, along with her preachyness, is that she purposefully tries to start up fights — usually verbal, but occasionally physical "duels" (that are cusom for fairies, but only for serious major political disagreements, not "bar fights" closer to how Zzatta does them) only to immediately play victim and try to get herself out of any battle through any dirty trick. She is a downplayed example in that she will fight if she's absolutely out of any options, and can put up a decent battle herself. She just doesn't like getting in to battles despite being very quick to provoke everybody.
  • Expy: By my own admission the Town of Light and Town of Darkness fairies are based on the sixteen main humans of Joy+Roy by color, Team Eve, Team Ris, and the Ninja and Suit Squads. Typically, one major trait is the opposite of their Joy+Roy inspirations. They even have the same associated colors, roughly.
    • Aaphsla is like Ashley, the blue-themed sarcastic and bitter member of the group. Unlike Ashley, who is very social and a good social manipulator, Aaphsla is the loner of the group.
    • Zzatta is like Roy, a yellow-themed know-it-all with a huge ego that loves picking fights, and by the beginning is The Friend Nobody Likes. She drops Roy's Boomerang Bigot qualities and is more of a straight-up asshole at first, and unlike Roy, who gets cowardly when it comes to actual conflict, Zzatta is all-too eager to get up in someone and challenge them to duels. Duels that she full well intends to follow through with.
    • Erimaln is similar to Mindy, in being associated with green, very nature-themed, and spiritual. However, Erimaln is... a bit less patient with the Roy counterpart, Zzatta, than Mindy is with Roy herself. She's also a little more rude overall.
    • Rhuunibi is like Evelin, the red-themed "leader figure" with shades and a cape. Rhuunibi is much less hammy than Eve and recognized as a leader overall, and by more than just a small band of four.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Zzatta is the only Town of Light member hated by everybody else in the region. Her stuck-up, condescending attitude and holier-than-thou behavior towards anyone for the slightest reason proves her to be unpopular to begin with. This is made worse with her habit of trying to start fights but being too cowardly to follow through on most of them properly.
  • Patchwork Map: Sudskin Island's geography is unusual. Most of the surface is a tame tropical island, but it has a towering mountain with a snowy peak above, and down below it has an underground jungle, desert/canyon set, magma field, and much more, all of which are closer than they should be and strangely co-exist. It's implied that these were mostly created artificially. Rhuunibi's office has a map of everything down to the Power Plant, and once Terrance sees it, he immediately catches on to how odd it is.
  • Shameless Fanservice Girl: As is the norm for a Great Pikmin Fan work, several characters are this; in this case, the island fairies. In fact, when Terrance suggests that Aaphsla puts clothes on, Aaphsla takes offense to this, saying that she dislikes the idea of having to change her entire sense of modesty just to please one person who is, on Sudskin Island, in the minority, that she dislikes shirts and does not want to wear one because of what she thinks is an arbitrary standard.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: The entire Town of Light. They wear seemingly random, almost themeless outfits where the bottoms range from "completely modest pants" to "ridiculous barely-there pieces," but the big thing they have in common is that they are all topless.
  • Warmup Boss: Zzatta is ultimately the Arc Villain of the Town of Light Arc. She gets along with Terrance at first, but midway through she challenges him to a duel and the rest of the arc is about him preparing and trying to prevent it. Since the "fight" with Charles involved a lot of trickery and the like due to his sheer strength over Terrance and Aaphsla, the battle with Zzatta is pretty much Terrance's first actual one-on-one battle, and of course it's one of his easiest.

    Works in Progress and Ideas 

None right now.

Other things:

    Images and Such 

Images I Uploaded

Listed in the order I uploaded them.

  • Plank from Ed, Edd n Eddy, if as a test.
  • The cover for Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals.
  • Emo-Dave Strider from Sweet Jade and Hella John.
  • The cover of Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals, just resized to fit what I thought was the size limitation. EDIT: And now I found out that I got it wrong. The original is two bullet points below.
  • Hank Hill from Sweet Jade and Hella John.
  • ...And here it is, the resize of HHC's cover.
  • A thing for this M.U.G.E.N joke character I work on from time to time, an edit of Edd but with buffed stats. This is the image used for his character select portrait, and it is the same as regular Edd's, just with Kamina shades poorly added on with Fighter Factory's editing tool.
  • The cover of a Gravity Falls fan fic run:gifocalypse. Unlike the previous two covers I uploaded, this is not for an intentionally poorly written story.
  • Homer Simpson lying down suggestively. This is for a MUGEN joke character where you fight multiple Homers. He'd have this intro when "hitting on" certain characters. Originally he was nude, but I made an alternate clothed version (which is why the filename is clothedhomer.png) for... well, I'm not really sure why. He'll be nude and censored in the game. Twice over, in fact: first as "No." is written over a blank space between his legs, and in-game he'll have an image of Marge facepalming over what's already not even his junk so much as it is the word "No."