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You're lookin' kinda sus.

Vs. Impostor is a Friday Night Funkin' Game Mod that also is a crossover with the popular mobile game Among Us, created by Clowfoe.

Boyfriend and Girlfriend find themselves on a space station, confronted by a red "Crewmate" who vehemently denies accusations about his identity. However, things quickly escalate as he drops all pretense and goes for the kill...

Recently, a new update dropped, adding more opponents and subsequently new songs. Boyfriend now has to deal with a Green Impostor and a Black Impostor in addition the Red one.


Song List:

Week 1: Polus (Red Impostor)

  1. Sussus Moogus
  2. Sabotage
  3. Meltdown

Week 2: Mira HQ (Green Impostor)

  1. Sussus Toogus
  2. Lights Down
  3. Reactor
  4. Ejected

Week 3: Skeld (Mech#721/Tomongus)

  1. Sussy Bussy (Mech #721)
  2. Rivals (Mech #721)
  3. Chewmate (Tomongus)

??? (Bonus Song)

  1. Defeat (Black Impostor)

Halloween Update (Loggo/Fortegreen)

  1. Christmas
  2. Spookpostor

Hidden Songs

  1. Double Trouble (Red and Green Impostors)
  2. Skinny Nuts (Clowfoe)

Removed Songs

  1. Actin’ Sus (Red Impostor)


This mod contains the following tropes:

  • Adaptational Villainy: Boyfriend and Girlfriend are the Impostors in Week 3.
  • Ambiguous Gender: None of the Imposters are given specified genders.
  • Ambiguously Evil: Loggo doesn’t do anything evil despite changing into a spider-like form in Spookpostor.
  • And Now For Something Completely Different: Week 3 (The Skeld) uses the pixel style of Week 6 from the original Friday Night Funkin'. There is no dialogue whatsoever, and the Impostor doesn't have a visible mouth at any point in the week, instead they're actually a hamster in a crewmated-shaped mech.
  • Art Shift: In Among Us, Impostors are indistinguishable from the Crewmates to hide their identity. Here, the red and green Impostors have visible mouths and their visors act as a single eye (although in Green's case, they are initially visually indistinguishable from a crewmate, and only shows their Impostor features from the second song onwards). The black Impostor however follows the original artstyle more while having smoother animation than the previous two.
  • Badge Gag: A couple of them are present in Green's crewmate disguise. Their "ID" is clearly cardboard and their "tasks" all seem to be related to watching porn.
  • Blatant Lies: The red Impostor insists that they are a Crewmate, despite their big toothy mouth and them holding a knife.
    Impostor: i'm not gonna kill you lmao. because like. i'm a crewmate
    Boyfriend: oh okay
    Girlfriend: WHAT. no dude you literally have a knife. actually shut the fuck up dude.
  • Bonus Boss: Black, and boy are they of the Brutal variety. If the brutally fast pace of the song wasn't enough, the notes on Black's side are invisible, making it harder to copy them. Worse still, they will immediately stab the Boyfriend for missing even a single note.
  • Christmas in July: The first song of the Halloween week is… "Christmas". This is lampshaded by a crewmate pointing at a calendar that clearly shows the date is October 31st.
  • Cluster F-Bomb:
    • Boyfriend utters one at the very end of his Heroic BSoD before "Sabotage".
    • Green also drops one when Boyfriend accuses them of being the Impostor.
      Green: you need to shut the fuck up right this fucking instant. the idea that i'm the impostor is such a fucking stupid thing to say. i really don't understand how someone can be confidently incorrect, you must be really fucking stupid. fucking dumbass.
  • Dark Reprise: In Boyfriend and the red Impostor's final showdown in "Meltdown", the main melody of "Sussus Moogus" and "Sabotage" can be heard near the end of the song.
  • Double-Meaning Title:
    • "Meltdown" can either refer to the reactor meltdown mechanic in Among Us, or the red Impostor's "meltdown" due to having to rap-battle Boyfriend's ghost despite having killed him.
    • Similarly, "Ejected" can either refer to player executions after voting in the afromentioned game, or the fact that Boyfriend, Girlfriend, and the green Impostor are literally ejected from the Mira HQ after an explosion in said level.
  • Easter Egg: Hidden in the game files, there are two hidden songs; "Double-Trouble", which features the red and green Impostors facing off Boyfriend as a duo, and "Skinny Nuts", which are sung by developers Clawfoe and Ziffy (with the playable character being the former).
  • Groin Attack: Aside from normally failing a song, a special game over screen shows a lovely animation the Black impostor cutting off Boyfriend’s blue balls before stabbing him in the head.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Both Boyfriend and Girlfriend gets their entire upper torso blown off in Week 1, just like what happens when a Crewmate dies. It doesn't do anything to keep Girlfriend's ghost and lower torso from continuing to bop happily to the music.
  • Halloween Episode: Played for laughs. The game received a standalone Halloween version consisting of 2 songs, but the location is a house decorated for Christmas,even though the calender clearly reads October 31st, which a purple crewmate points out. Played slightly more straight come the second song, Spookposter, in which Green reveals himself as the Impostor and sprouts spider leg-like tendrils from his mouth and the surroundings go dark.
  • I Fell for Hours: "Ejected" takes place with Boyfriend, Girlfriend, and the newly-mutated green Impostor falling form the Mira HQ after an explosion.
  • Knife Nut: All Imposters (except for Loggo) wield a knife, although Red prefers to rely on their gun. If you fail on "Defeat", you will be treated to a delightful animation of Black stabbing theirs straight through the Boyfriend's skull.
  • Law of Chromatic Superiority: Red is the first Impostor encountered, and even manages to kill Boyfriend and Girlfriend. Unusually, however, Green proves to be a more cunning, crafty and powerful opponent than Red. And Black is more dangerous and vicious as well as bigger than either of them.
  • Major Injury Underreaction:
    • Girlfriend is blown in half and killed by the red Impostor after "Sussus Moogus", but she returns as a ghost and continues happily bopping along to the beat from "Sabotage" onwards. Her bifurcated corpse also keeps moving to the rhythm as if the lack of a torso and soul was little more than a minor inconvenience.
    • Boyfriend utters nothing more than a Big "WHAT?!" after being killed at the end of "Sabotage", and stops caring shortly afterwards..
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: Although they're capable of concealing it, all Impostors have gaping maws full of razor-sharp teeth.
  • My Rules Are Not Your Rules: After "Sabotage" ends with the red Impostor killing Boyfriend, they then realizes that Boyfriend can still talk as a ghost. Meaning that now he can absolutely rat his murderer out to the crew standing just a few feet away.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • All of the Impostors' vocal samples are based on the guitar plucks from the "Dead Body Reported" jingle.
    • Mech #721, aka Tomongus, hails from Rivals of Aether, hence the week being in a pixel style, and the second song being named "Rivals".
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: The red Impostor actually makes good on their threat to kill Boyfriend and Girlfriend in the "Polus" Week.
    Impostor: dumbass i said i'd murk you.
    • Green takes this to an even greater extent. Unlike Red, who is immediately caught red-handed and relies on brute force, they put more effort into disguising themselves as a crewmate (even though it's still a (literally) Paper-Thin Disguise, as evidenced by their obviously cardboard ID and their, er, "unique" task list). They also use blackouts to conceal themselves, and at the end of the third song, it's revealed that they have already sabotaged the reactor, handing the Imposters the victory by Among Us rules.
  • Non Standard Game Over:
  • One-Hit Kill: Miss only once in "Defeat", and the black Impostor murks you in an instant via a knife to the skull.
  • Off with His Head!: Boyfriend gets his head blown off in a burst of blood after "Sabotage" ends.
  • One-Winged Angel: The green Impostor turns into a more monstrous form as they, Boyfriend, and Girlfriend falls from Mira HQ in "Ejected".
  • Only Sane Man: The green Impostor is basically the only person in the entire mod who isn't a complete dumbass.
  • Pyrrhic Victory: The red Impostor suffers one. Sure, they do end up killing both Boyfriend and Girlfriend, but since their ghosts can still talk and that their rap battle attracted the entire crew, they're as good as ejected.
  • Rant-Inducing Slight: The Green Imposter goes on a swear filled tirade insulting Boyfriend's intelligence upon being accused as the impostor.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Green's visor cracks when he assumes his true form, revealing a glowing red eye behind it. Likewise, there is a shining red glimmer behind Black's visor.
  • Shout-Out: This mod's songs has a hefty amount of references, mainly related to various Among Us memes:
    • In "Sussus Moogus", at 1:04, the vocals sample the ever-so-infamous "Among Us Trap Remix" by Leonz.
    • In the beginning of "Sabotage", the vocals sample "Why You Actin' Sus", then at 0:45, it samples "Airpod Shotty", and at 1:13, the Leitmotif of the Toppat Clan can be heard. Then finally, at 1:34, the vocals sample "Show Yourself" by CG5.
    • In the 1:25 mark, "Meltdown" samples the infamous "Among Us Musical"
    • "Sussus Toogus" samples the instrumental from "New Face" by PSY.
    • In the background of "Reactor" an Among Drip crewmate, as well as the Amogus crewmate, can be seen on the right side.
    • "When the Impostor is Sus" can be heard multiple times throughout "Rivals".
    • The "New Face" sample from "Sussus Toogus" returns in "Ejected", alongside the afromentioned Toppat Clan leitmotif and the "Show Yourself" sample from "Sabotage". At 1:04, "Your Best Friend" can be heard. "Among Us Trap Remix" is sung as a closer to the song.
    • Mech #721, or "Tomongus", is originally a character from Rivals of Aether made by FungiWizard as part of an April Fools joke. The character itself originated from an Among Us edit of their character, Tomo.
  • A Sinister Clue: All Impostors (save for Tomongus) hold their mircophones with their left hands.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Everyone outside of Black Impostor, Tomongus, and Loggo..
  • Sore Loser: Defeated at the end of "Sussus Moogus", the red Impostor straight-up kills Girlfriend. Boyfriend follows suit after song two.
  • Stylistic Suck:
    • The dialogue is rather short with no punctuation, as a nod to a typical Among Us public lobby.
    • During the Halloween update, the art-style is much more pixelly and low quality than the usual Friday Night Funkin' art-style.
  • Suddenly Voiced: Boyfriend's dialogue contains actual speech instead of beeps and boops.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: The green Impostor clearly feels this way.
  • Sword and Gun: Red Impostor primarily wields a knife, but it swaps to a gun in certain animations.
  • Taking You with Me: Once Green is caught having a rap showdown with the main duo by the crew, they realize that the jig is up and detonates the reactor, presumably killing most everybody onboard and sending themselves, Boyfriend and Girlfriend plummeting towards an Uncertain Doom (but not without one final climactic rap showdown in midair).
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Every week ends with the Imposters achieving a victory, although sometimes it's of the pyrrhic kind.
    • Red actually kills both Girlfriend and Boyfriend, although they live on as ghosts who can presumably give him away to the crew, and inexplicably are just fine in the second week.
    • During Green's week, the reactor of the tower explodes, which constitutes an Impostor victory. Green themselves, Boyfriend and Girlfriend survive, but are now all falling at dangerous speeds, so whether any of them will survive the ordeal is unclear.
    • Boyfriend and Girlfriend actually make it through the third week without issues... but given that Boyfriend is seen toting a knife and a gun in the last song, it can be assumed that he is the Impostor this time around.
    • While we do not see the events beforehand, Defeat implies this happened in Black's game. Considering it takes place in the Impostor victory screen, and the very name is Defeat... Also, this is rather likely to happen to you since Black kills you instantly if you miss a note. This is most likely the least pyrrhic victory any Impostor has faced in the mod.
  • This Cannot Be!: After the red Impostor kills Boyfriend, they are shocked as to how he can still speak, even though he’s a ghost.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Boyfriend and Girlfriend comes back to life for Week 2 afterwards with none worse for wear despite the red Impostor had killed them in Week 1.
  • Villainous Breakdown:
    • The red Impostor's confident façade is broken during "Meltdown", because now they have the unenviable position of arguing their innocence against the two people that they just killed.
    • The green Impostor also has one in "Ejected", going One-Winged Angel on Boyfriend and Girlfriend.
  • Villain Protagonist: Week 3 gives Boyfriend the role of an Impostor, as he is shown to shoot Mech #721's head off at the end of "Rivals".


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