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Nickelodeon Fanon (now known as Fiction Foundry) is a fanon wiki for, well, Nickelodeonnote . The wiki contains many shows, films, and characters, and has its own established universe. Media on there also includes music, songs and games. Popular shows on the wiki include The Bagel Show, Syndicate, Squad Æ. It currently has over 2,000 pages.

The most popular shows on the wiki appear to be Syndicate, The Bagel Show and Chrome's Show of Chromeyness.

Since February 2016, the wiki has been rebranded as Fiction Foundry, and rarely focuses on Nickelodeonnote .

Nickelodeon Fanon/Fiction Foundry contains examples of :

  • Affectionate Parody: Cartoon Crossover is a parody of the entire Nicktoons franchise excluding the newer cartoons like Pig Goat Banana Cricket and The Loud House.
    • Certain showsnote  parodied the campaign of Donald Trump.
  • April Fools: Nick Fanon rebranded as Cartoon Network Fanon for April Fool's Day 2015.
  • Alternate Universe
  • Alternate Continuity
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Basically everyone in Y-Guy is this.
    • The Bagel Show, Eli Shmow and Chrome's Show of Chromeyness has various multicolored species living in New City.
      • For example, why not throw in a beating heart with googley eyes? Or a person endlessly on fire? A badly drawn potato with a hat and a cane.
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  • And a Diet Coke: In Curiousgorge 66's Movie Adventure, Dores demands something that would make him destroy Papa Squeegee... and the chef laughs at his request, so Dores asks for Squeegee Cola instead.
  • Another Dimension: VECTOR Land is this.
  • Arc Number: In Chrome's Show of Chromeyness, 73.
    • The Bagel Show's arc number is 12.
    • This Show of Gorge's arc number is 21.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In the CG66A episode "Cancellation": "They've got a show about animal hybrids, a show about English woodland creatures, and a show about animals wearing shirts! And they took off The Barber!"
  • Apocalypse Wow: Pearlium Life is a dystopian society that deals with a lot of stuff related to this.
    • Nicktropocalypse is a series based in post-Pearlium, possibly taking place in 3763, where the only characters living there are Nicktoons and Nickelodeon Fanon admins who come from the past.
  • Avoid the Dreaded G Rating: Averted for Curiousgorge 66's Movie Adventure, although viewers may question why a kids show would get a PG rated film...
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  • Balloon Belly: Dores' entire scheme in the first season of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures has this trope involved. Later seasons involve wiping the Fanonverse of all life, let alone mankind.
  • Big Damn Hero: Gorge in Curiousgorge66's Adventures, since he had to save an entire species (and another one as well).
    • Timmy Turner was a Big Damn Hero in said show as well, since he had to literally CUT the trap that threatened the population of the aforementioned species.
    • Robo in Life After Nicktoons.
    • Syndicate. They stopped a corrupt government, two alien invasions, the Devil, and more.
  • Deal with the Devil: Syndicate: High Society has a variation of this trope.
  • Big Damn Movie: Several shows have some big damn movies, like the aforementioned The Bagel Show. Curiousgorge 66's Adventures also has a big damn movie, while Cartoon Crossover has 3 big damn movies.
  • Bloodier and Gorier: Coincides with Darker and Edgier. Many shows on this wiki contain a higher level of violent or bloody content than the Nick show they were based on. SpongeBob: Infection is a good example of this.
    • Some characters in VECTOR LAND have barely noticeable spots of blood on them.
      • And some have VERY noticeable spots of blood on them.
  • Bowdlerize: "Trump vs. Dores". RaGE wouldn't want to show an episode referencing ISIS in any way, so the creator had to cut any reference to ISIS out.
  • Butt-Monkey: Bill from The Epic Animals can count as this.
    • Saltguy from Sugarboy also matches the trope.
  • Canada, Eh?: Where AniNick (Canada) is located.
    • In one episode of Chrome's Show of Chromeyness, Chrome and Bagel put on Italian moustaches and twirl around a pizza. Rob comments that that's more stereotypical than Canada. He then says Eh.
    • Curiousgorge66's Movie Adventure: "I mean, who are they to blame? Canada?"
    • Sophie's nationality is Canadian. A reason why Gorge wouldn't call her in fear of getting a Shockingly Expensive Bill just for a long-distance call.
      • Another reason was because Gorge lived in North Carolina, which was far away from Canada.
  • Catchphrase: "This suuuuucks!" - Web, SuperSaiyanKirby Adventures
    • (cold silence) - Billy
    • "What was that?" - Gorge, Curiousgorge 66's Adventures
    • "This is for my dead family, you piece of shit!" - Chaos, Chaos Adventures
      • "This is for my family, you coward!" - The same line shown in the edited version
    • "I got a question!" - Villain (Dores' assistant) whenever he has a question, Curiousgorge 66's Adventures
  • Not Allowed to Grow Up: Sophie in Curiousgorge 66's Adventures and This Show of Gorge.
    • Subverted in the episode "The Genie in The Gem" and Spin-Off This Show of Gorge episode "Age Me Up".
  • Cloud Cuckoo Land: Crazville is this.
  • Death Is Cheap: Sometimes played straight in Curiousgorge 66's Adventures. You've got Dores who died while being sent to the sun by Gorge, only to come back in Season 4, and Nova who died due to a bomb in Chrome's Movie of Chromeyness, yet still make appearances in Curiousgorge 66's Adventures (the latter case might be subverted, since most of the episodes of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures take place before Chrome's Movie of Chromeyness).
  • Darker and Edgier: Several examples like The Bagel Movie being darker than the show it's based on, The Bagel Show, and all shows are a bit darker than real Nick shows. Another example is Syndicate.
  • Development Hell: Pearlium Life is currently in Development Hell due to the extreme lack of transcripts.
    • Stressed Chrome: "Stressed Chrome has... nothing." -Omgitskittykatty
    • Stressed Robo.
    • Mobile Mecha: It was first Mobile Mecha back in November, 2014, then it was switched to Dueler in December of the same year, then it was changed back in January, 2015. It since got deleted sometime later, but got revived in August of 2015.
  • Fingerless Hands: Gorge.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: ''Haytruck'' seems very, VERY disturbing for a Nicktoon if you look at the episode list.
    • The channel for Haytruck was later changed to The WB sometime after the wiki became Fiction Foundry.
  • Christmas Episode: Quite a lot of examples.
  • F--: The title of the very second episode of Mysteries is called F Minus.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: In The Future is Stupid, every episode is "The (something) is Stupid."
  • Last of His Kind: Whale Five, a character created due to complaints from Bagel and Chrome, since he was born on a planet occupied by Irkens.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters
  • Story Arc: Cartoon Crossover is full of these. One of these is Extreme Makeover: (random concept) Edition. Another was Star Car, originally by NermalTheBunny prior to being laid off and replaced with Omgitskittykatty and the creator. Another was that of the Kids Choice Awards. And last but not least, 2-part episodes.
    • Fanon Superheroes has the "Somehow Negative" installments.
  • They Changed It, Now It Sucks!: Cartoon Crossover used to have 11-minute segments, but that concept was thrown away (for the series) after the first season.
    • Curiousgorge 66's Adventures used to have quotes (like Cartoon Crossover), but now Gorge has added full-blown transcripts to replace that.
      • It even sucks to Chrome since the arrival of Sophie the Otter to the show.
    • Pearlium Life used to be a good concept. Now it sucks to the point of the creator having to end the series to prevent it from getting any worse. A videogame, expected for April 2015 in the Fanonverse, will be the absolute Grand Finale to the series.
  • Genie in a Bottle: Make that a genie in a gem. Curiousgorge 66's Adventures' The Genie in The Gem and the Chrome's Show of Chromeyness's Genie Weenies are examples.
  • Make a Wish: Coincides with Genie in a Bottle. The genies are kind enough to grant wishes.
  • The End of the World as We Know It: Cartoon Crossover episodes Life After Y-Guy, pts 1 & 2, respectively... Crazville will be destroyed since in Curiousgorge 66's universe, Y-Guy maintains all the buildings.
    • Averted in Pearlium Life.
    • Had it not been for that thing to protect the USA, this trope would've matched Cartoon Crossover episodes Irrelevant, pts 1 and 2.
    • Curiousgorge 66's Adventures would have had this trope for the "Girl species", as mentioned by Dores.
    • Does Life After Nicktoons ring a bell? Robo goes awfully far into the future and sees that humanity has vanished, and he must repopulate the Earth.
    • The Nicktropolis Genocide of 2018.
  • One-Hit Point Wonder: Anyone who is hit with the "Final Blow" from Curiousgorge66's Adventures, as it is said to defeat a single villain with one blow, hence the name.
  • Ridiculous Future Inflation: In Curiousgorge 66's Adventures, Timmy Turner hands Gorge a $20 bill for Caffeine-free Sun Drop.
    • The Virginia Commonwealth does NOT sell soft drinks for $20.
    • Subverted in episode 4 of said series. Gorge managed to get a Coke sprayer for a buck.
    • You could get refill cartridges for the same price.
    • In, Chrome's Show of Chromeyness. Many items are ridiculiously cheap, while others are ridiculiously expensive.
  • Shockingly Expensive Bill: In the Curiousgorge66's Adventures episode "Payment Problem", Gorge had to pay $200 bucks just for cable.
    • The "Payment Problem" videogame has an even more expensive bill because Gorge has to pay up $9,999,999.99.
    • Exactly what Gorge fears if he makes a long-distance call with Sophie.
    • The Curiousgorge 66's Adventures episode "An Angry Penalty" has Dores get a bill even higher than any bill Gorge could pay; Dores got sent a bill of $200 billion dollars by Crazville mayor Dan Craze; Dores has a heart attack and introduced an even more shocking (but less expensive) bill of $2,000. After a Spit Take, Dores also had to Work Off the Debt by washing dishes.
  • Get Rich Quick Scheme: The aforementioned Curiousgorge 66's Adventures episode "Payment Problem" has Gorge sell cans of Coke products in a Coke machine in order to get rich and pay his bill.
    • In the "Payment Problem" videogame, you can collect sodas and sell them to pay off your bill, or talk to a rich person.
  • Credit Card Plot: Taken to an extreme when a spoiled kid stole Gorge's new credit card in the Curiousgorge 66's Adventures episode "The Credit Addiction". Thankfully Gorge only had to pay the cost of Sophie's dress he got for her. The spoiled kid was not so lucky. Since Gorge stated that the spoiled kid run up Gorge's credit, the spoiled kid had to pay "everything he owned except the clothes he was wearing". Even a cardboard box and the right to live on the streets (for him) are repossessed, and once he died, his body was repossessed as well.
  • Never Say "Die": The early episodes of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures; later episodes tend to subvert this, especially in the Halloween Episode.
  • Network Decay: Nick on CW, because it formerly showed G4 programming.
    • Nick Adults (for one, it airs Doctor Who).
  • Shout-Out: So many, the wiki has it's own page.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: The first episode of the revived Cartoon Crossover has Chum Chum use explosives as a way to unfreeze Fanboy.
  • Take Over the World: Cartoon Crossover episode "Zim Gets Crazy".
    • Pearlium officials (likely communists) took over the United Kingdom and renamed it Pearlium.
    • Lord Zorgu's goal is this.
  • Big Bad: Subverted in the first season of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures. There's a bad guy in said show named Dores who stinks at keeping his plans secret. For example, Gorge and Timmy "foiled his plans".
    • Dores is this beginning with the second season of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures, since he decided to rid the Fanonverse of all Letter Creatures. Which basically messes up Y-Guy in its entirety.
      • Because of this, it looks like that Dores is like Nova in some way, although he doesn't plan to rid the Fanonverse of human life like Nova does.
      • Somewhat subverted once he fires his cloned version of Sophie from her job, and he developed a hatred for Chromeyness villain Nova.
    • Janice from the Cartoon Crossover episode "Attack of the 50-foot Janice".
    • Nova from Chrome's Show of Chromeyness. He plans to somehow overthrow Curator Prime and rid the Fanonverse of all human life. Nova didn't originally plan for Curator Prime to be overthrown until he found out he doesn't allow him to rid human life. His reason for this plan is unknown, and it is unknown if he succeeds in the far future.
    • Subverted AGAIN in the Cartoon Crossover episode "Zim Gets Crazy". And the fact Zim was going to take over Retroville and save GIR was a perfect reason for the subversion.
    • Dr. Unknown and Theomastix in Syndicate, who decided to rid Earth of non-humans and assimilate Earth's technology respectively. They are both indirectly responsible for several events in the show, such as LT's indirect influence in the formation of the ACS or Unknown's involvement in Erin's origins.
  • Last-Second Word Swap: In the Shout-Out-filled Curiousgorge 66's Adventures episode "Poemwriting", Chrome was about to tell Gorge that his idea was a capital one, but he tells Gorge that his idea was great instead.
  • Ret-Gone: When the Y-Guy series was deleted, so was Y-Guy himself outside of Cartoon Crossover.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Again, "Attack of the 50-foot Janice".
    • The Snow Queen of Nickelodeon (who is actually Janice), which is actually evil and has no reference to Elsa of "Arendelle".
  • Shrink Ray: Timmy uses a hose which shrinks Janice.
  • Total Abandonment: The aforementioned Nickelodeon Family sub-block for Nick on CW doesn't live up to it's name.
    • Nickelodeon Fanon itself, as mentioned above, rebranded as Fiction Foundry in February 2016.
  • After the End: Pearlium Life, which is a Dystopia.
    • Nicktropocalypse is another example of After The End.
    • The beginning of Syndicate: High Society, but the entire movie doesn't take place in this setting.
  • Trash the Set: In the Series Fauxnale of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures, Dores blows up an entire Papa Squeegee.
  • Vendor Trash: In Curiousgorge66's Videogame Adventure, soda is this (unless you play as the anthropomorphic cougar).
    • In the same game, Caffeine-free Sun Drop is this.
    • A Robo Head. It gives you an extra life... it's the only piece of Vendor Trash in the game to not have value.
    • Non-videogame example: In "Payment Problem" (the episode of Curiousgorge 66's Adventures), Gorge sold eight crates of Coca-Cola products. As if the Shockingly Expensive Bill was over $200 in the episode.
  • Villain Song: Nova has recieved two fan songs entitled "You Murderer" and "Red Bowtie". After this, a song was made for Shadow Hope, who resides in Chrome's nightmares. The song is entitled "Welcome to Your Nightmare". After that, a fourth song was made entitled "Kill Me Dead" which focuses on Chrome's main developer, Janice Fitzgerald, lamenting about how it's finally her time to die because she misses her fellow coworkers. While not exactly a villain song, a distorted voice can be heard singing in the song's end, and when slowed down and reversed it is Nova's cover of the song. Then a fifth song was released entitled "Paradox" for the ending credits of Chrome's Movie of Chromeyness.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Y-Guy has the character Hearty, who has pink hair.
  • You Killed My Father: Nova murdered various people in the Fanonverse, including the scientists who worked on Chrome.
    • Dr. Unknown killed Erin's father in Syndicate.


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