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Webcomic / Floraverse

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You, who have achieved everything, but far too soon.
Your price to pay for my knowledge is this:
I shall eradicate every one of you.
Out of kindness.
And sadness.

Floraverse is a rather unique fantasy webcomic by glitchedpuppet (also known for PMD-Explorers) that sports a large cast of vibrant and diverse creatures all living in a world rich with both magic and technology.

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Tropes found in Floraverse:

  • All There in the Manual: Some of the lore and character explorations are revealed exclusively in supplementary materials like the games. Without playing Lunar Depot 38, you'd never learn the origin of Andre or that the Angels have a fatal allergy to paint.
  • Fallen Angel: In the backstory of the Floraverse, something has gone horribly wrong with the afterlife, breaking the boundaries between the mortal world and hell, and turning heaven into an Eldritch Location. Angels are now Eldritch Abomination dimensional invaders whose greatest Lovecraftian Superpower is their Brown Note eyes, and demons have interbred with mortals, making them slightly less psychotic, and can even cast unique daemonic holy spells.
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  • Hotter and Sexier: Forbidden Flora is an NSFW sidecomic that explores the sex life of the cast in the background of the main story. Some of these stories are needed to understand the main story.
  • Mind Screw: In a nutshell, Floraverse consists of two different stories; the high-fantasy play, and the Eldritch Abomination actors angsting over getting it wrong. Plotholes and pitfall endings cause cutesy-looking monster protagonists to turn into Lovecraft horrors with an equally titanic depression streak. Over time, the author's avatars develop a sense of sanity and optimism to get the actors back on track.
  • The Place: The comic is named after the Floraverse, the main setting of the series.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Several characters are named after demons from Ars Goetia, including Furfur, Beleth, Orobas, and Amdusias.
    • Many of the designs also take cues from Pokémon characters. Min and Cress were confirmed to be based on Celebi and Manaphy, respectively.

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