Misc. Ideas

seitora

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#77
Horrible random idea:

the pimple-faced high-pitched voice guy in the Simpsons who works at all the dead-end jobs? He's Bart from the future
 

roting_CORPSE

Well-Known Member
#78
an Idea for a Kim Possible/Assassin's Creed Crossover. (why doesnt this already exist yet?)

what if Yamanouchi is the Japanese Assassin Brotherhood and that the Lotus Blade is a Piece of Eden. maybe even the Monkey Statues that empowered Ron and Rufus. and Hana like Desmond has Precursor Ancestry explaining her abilities, perhaps Kim as well.
 

crazyfoxdemon

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#79
roting_CORPSE said:
an Idea for a Kim Possible/Assassin's Creed Crossover. (why doesnt this already exist yet?)

what if Yamanouchi is the Japanese Assassin Brotherhood and that the Lotus Blade is a Piece of Eden. maybe even the Monkey Statues that empowered Ron and Rufus. and Hana like Desmond has Precursor Ancestry explaining her abilities, perhaps Kim as well.
It would be more interesting to leave Kim out of it.
 

Fellgrave

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#80
*cough* Been done before, kinda. One of the guys (or girls, sometimes it's hard to tell on the web) over on KPSlashHaven did up a series of snippets on that very idea. And then YogurthFrost did up these...


But I actually tend to agree with cfd on your version. Adding Kim to it would just detract from the story.
 

sikle

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#81
"Awaken Dreamer"

-Gravity Falls-

Dipper should have known better.

No, really, he should have. He got up in the dead of night to get a glass of water, and that was perfectly normal. Sometimes Mabel did the same thing, but she typically woke him up with her incoherent crooning to her princeling pig.

Or he thought she typically woke him up. If it was atypical he wouldn't know, seeing as he'd sleep through it.

Not the point, he was getting off track. Though to be fair, he never did get that glass of water.

He got up in the dead of night, went downstairs and got distracted from getting himself a glass of water. He'd heard footsteps. And not his own, either. Except for that third floorboard coming down the stairs, he was pretty quiet.

His first thought was gnomes. No, really. It absolutely was not Gideon trying to sneak up on him.

Gnomes. Got it?

Quietly, he looked through the doorway into the gift shop.

The flyers were fine. Hats racked. Snow globes glowing. Turkey Jerky sticks standing in the ja- Wait, what was that last one?

The snow globes glowing. They were reflecting a dim light off of them. Dipper carefully stepped into the room. The source of the light was obscured, but he could easily make out the outline of the vending machine. It seemed closer than it should have been.

Dipper should have known better. An extra set of eyes would have been important.

Behind the vending machine was another door, one he'd never before seen. Through that door was, far less surprising than it should have been, his Great Uncle Stan.

Boxer shorts, stained wife beater, fez. If it looks like a Grunkle, it's probably a Grunkle.

Probably.

"I can't sell these eggs for a dollar!" He mumbled to himself, a trail of drool dropping away from his toothless maw to be absorbed by the increasingly stained shirt he wore.

Glassy eyed, he pressed several buttons on the keypad next to another door, opening up an elevator.

"Grunkle Stan?" The preteen asked as he followed the old man into the booth. "Are you alright?"

"The chickens would have my hide." Dipper had heard once on a television show that it was dangerous to interfere with people in this state.

He should have known better. Nothing is what it seems.

Dipper followed his Grunkle through another door, another passcode, and saw something. A glowing light, a triangle, filled with stars.

So many stars.

"Grunkle Stan, what is this?" There was something familiar, something wrong.

"And the pigs will eat all the silverware."

He should have known better. He should have recognized it.

"So buy gold." Dipper's head swiveled so quickly, he could swear he felt something crack. His Grunkle was there, right behind him. An uncharacteristic focus in his glassy gaze. He pushed. "Hello".

Dipper passed through the point of the triangle.

Dipper entered the triangle.

Dipper became the triangle.

Dipper was the triangle.

Dipper had always been the triangle.

The circle is created.

The circle is completed.

Dipper is.
 

Ordo

Well-Known Member
#82
Steven Universe x Ken Akamatsu's work.

It would start as a Love Hina S. U. crossover. Keitaro would be in Beach City (around the he went to the states for 6 months) trying down a lead on these Crystal Gems that keep popping up all throughout history. Kaolla Su would arrange for the girls to surprise him with a visit. Unfortunatly they arrive as Keitaor is interviewing Pearl who is delighted to talk about Rose Quartz and her Millennia long quest to defend the earth. The girls mistake Pearls enthusiasm for the subject as flirting and things get off on the wrong foot.

Steven manages to smooth things over, eventually, and convince the Gems to take Keitaro (and the girls who insert themselves into this trip) around to some sites of historical interest. Connie tags along on this educational trip leading to a fairly lighthearted adventure, with a few misunderstandings along the way. Connie thinks Kaolla is interested in Steven, the Hina girls think Pearl and Amethyst are into Keitaro, and Keitaro and Pearl are too busy enjoying the trip and one anther's company (strictly as platonic friends) to recognize the growing tension around them. Toss in a few Gem monsters and crumbling temples and you've got yourself a one-shot.

Next story would involve Steven and the Gems traveling to Mahora academy to track down a corrupt Gems, about the Time Negi is teaching. I believe Negima occurs in three gap between Love Hina and it's finale. So this is before Negima masters Magi Erebea and even before he leaves for Mars. Perhaps around the time of the Festival? The adventure leading to more revelations about Rose Quartz, Lion and just how much his mother hid from everyone else.

Final Story would occur around the time of UQ Holder, as Touta is just settling in. Steven's an adult now, Connie has likely just recently passed away, and he's seeking to help others as he copes with his pain. The Gems still there to help him, though he's a man now so comforting him is not as easy as it once was. Helping Touta deal with some of his issues....now that is just What Steven needs to pull him out of his funk.

Thoughts?
 
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