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Definitions:
Hub: A story topic on the site (ex. Yu-Gi-Oh!, Super Smash Brothers, Wicked, etc). Hubs are always bolded, so as to separate them from the rest of the text to signify it as being a Hub.
O-Hub: Original Hub; a fan fiction story, whether done on this site or not. Technically, this means Crossovers are O-Hubs.
X-Hub: Another term for a Crossover O-Hub. All crossovers are O-Hubs, but not all O-Hubs are crossovers.
Crossover: A story with two or more Hubs as the topic.
[Hub] : A Hub (or Hubs) between brackets signifies that their setting, or location, will take place in the story. This will only be done if the story is a crossover.
Hub: Italicized Hubs signify them being the Hubs to be labeled as a crossover. This will only be done if you have three or more stories as a crossover, and does not necessarily imply that the two italicized Hubs are any more important than the other Hubs included in the story.
Hub/Hub: Underlined Hubs are unofficial. An underlined and italicized Hub (which you can have only one of per story) is unofficial but is important enough to the story to be listed as its labeled crossover.
AU: Alternate Universe. This is a term given to characters or story plots signifying that they are different in such a way that they are in no way truly connectable to the original version of them-/itself. Examples would be a Harry Potter that goes to a muggle high school, or a Weiss Schnee that is overbearingly informal to her friends and family for no reason. Another term for this applying to characters is "OOC" (Out Of Character), although in most cases this applies more to personality than the storyline.
Rating: Refer to 'Rules and Guidelines' for a full description of the FanFiction.net Ratings system.

Challenges:

1) Three-World Journey Crossover
Details: Choose four Story Hubs, with one of them being the central Hub, and have a character(s) from that Hub travel to the other three Hubs. The character(s) that travel to the three Hubs are allowed to learn knowledge from those Hubs, but only from those (as well as powers from their original Hub, within reason). Characters from the three Hubs may be allowed to accompany the journeying characters, within reason (you can pretty much do this freely, but the less characters the easier). NOTE: If the knowledge or characters from a Hub or O-Hub is/are originally from another Hub or O-Hub not included, it is allowed with a justifiable explanation (example: in RWBY, Yang is considered going "Super Saiyan" with her Semblance, the quoted term originally from the Dragon Ball series; therefore, learning to become "Super Saiyan" must be explained, and if the Hub/O-Hub does not explain the term as coming from its original, the origin of the knowledge must also be explained.).

Challenge twists/sub-twists (capital for major twists, undercase for sub-twists) NOTE THESE ARE ONLY AVAILABLE FOR CERTAIN CHALLENGES:

A) Double/Triple/etc "..."
Details: This involves replicating the challenge for another character(s) in the same Hub, generally making another Main Character(s) in the story while still following the main plot. In most cases, this can be called "Character Insert", but this is not the case if the original plot of the story is altered; in this case, refer to it as a Double/Triple/etc "..." story.

B) Separated Double/Triple/etc "..."
Details: This involves replicating the challenge for another character(s) in the same or a different Hub, and involves them having different paths in their plot while belonging to the same story.

C) Jointed "..."
Details: This involves three Hubs, two of them taking place with, or having a great deal of plot concerning, the third; however, the first two are only connected by the third, creating a joint.

D) Double/Triple/etc Jointed "..."
Details: This challenge involves replicating the challenge for another character(s) in the same Hub, generally making them another Main Character(s) while following the main plot; essentially, you're following the rules of "A" and "C". Since this second Main Character(s) follows the same plot as the first, no new Hubs are added and thus this may potentially be seen as a Character Insert.

E) Separated Double/Triple/etc Jointed "..."
Details: This challenge is essentially following the rules for "B" and "C". Since the character(s) may belong to different worlds and the characters' plots will be different than each other due to "B", more worlds may be added to create more joints. This is given more freedom in the case of Separated Triple Jointed, etc; however, the Main Characters must have some connection in the end to create a relevant plot point so each Hub connecting its first two must be able to have some relevance to each of the other Hubs in its condition.

a) Gamer
Details: A sub-twist giving a/the main character(s) the power of the Gamer, granting them certain abilities depending on what the author does for them without making them go total AU.

b) Reader/"Reading the..."
Details: When one or more characters reads a story, fanfiction or not, this reading being the plot (or main plot) of the story. Screens or televisions are often used in the story as "visual aids" for the characters and readers. Most of these stories tend to have one or more main characters acting as deity figures or extra-powerful entities, someone to force or coerce the character(s) into reading the story. Unlike "A" and "B", "b" does not need a "Double" prefixing it as the nature of a Reader story may introduce multiple stories regardless of what the original story was without needing to be labeled any further.

c) Looper
Details: When a character(s) is/are "trapped" in a certain time frame, starting and ending at certain times -- those of which are highly unlikely to be alterable. The start of this story normally begins with the main character learning their timeline is looping, and throughout the story the character adapts into it and learns to use it to their advantage. While not needed for characters sharing the realm, labeling "A" or "B" is needed if the story includes multiple worlds


Story Ideas:

Title: none yet
Challenge: Yes, 1 (Three-World Journey Crossover)
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; [Fairy Tail]; [RWBY]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Before Sora reaches Traverse Town after Destiny Island's destruction, he awakes and is met by a mysterious woman. This woman explains his situation and declares that he is ill-equipped to find Riku, and decides to send him to three worlds unreachable by the Kingdom Hearts antagonists to learn how to use his soul to fight his enemies. While Sora journeys to do just this, he finds new friends and enemies along the way.
Spoilable Plot: Each world will give Sora one of each of the Keyblade forms it has in the beginning of the first Kingdom Hearts game (sword, staff, shield). I'm planning on having Reborn! be the staff, Fairy Tail as the shield, and RWBY as the sword. Also, there will be 6 characters in total from the 3 worlds, either has 2/2/2 or 1/3/2 in order.
Rating: M (mild adult language, murder, violence, mild gore)

Title: none yet
Challenge: Yes, 1Ba (Double Separated Gamer Three-World Journey Crossover)
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; [Naruto]; [Fairy Tail]; [League of Legends]; [Kingdom Hearts
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Ruby, who strives to become powerful enough to become a Huntress for her dead mother's sake. Kyoko, who strives to become powerful enough to protect her friends and family but is kept in the dark about it all for the sake of protecting her. Both are born with hidden limitless power, and upon making the same wish to the night sky they receive another way to make their dreams come true. Being able to speak with each other, as well as access menus and stats of themselves and others, they complete their destinies and travel to different worlds in a hope to meet each other. Even with the powers of the Gamer, it is indeed easier said than done.
Spoilable Plot: Both characters will each travel to 3 worlds except their own, one of these worlds being the other character's original world. Being able to 'reset' their game, it would make sense that they can go back to a world already done to take another path and learn more. Once they meet up, they will travel with each other before finally completing their adventure and ending the story.
Rating: T (implied sexual themes, adult language, violence)

Title: none yet
Challenge: No
Hub(s): [RWBY]; Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Weiss Schnee looks into the mirror every night, looking into her ice-blue eyes constantly conveying the pangs of loneliness slamming on her mind's doors. Imagine her surprise then, after a huge fight with her teammates, she looks into the same mirror expecting to find those same lonely eyes -- but instead, finds a warm and crisp orange glow in their place.
Spoilable Plot: Sky!Weiss. Weiss is capable of learning and using Dying Will Flames. Slight Multiple-Personality Disorder!Weiss. Ruby is an implied Sky, and Weiss comes to realize this is bad for her own Sky Flame, so there will be slight Ruby Bashing (in Weiss' POV).
Rating: T (violence, adult language, violence)

Title: none yet
Challenge: No
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Undertale]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Long ago, it was believed that the Humans had driven the monsters down into the Underground and trapped them there; little did they know that it wasn't to trap them, but to protect them. Still, the monsters trapped in the Underground did create quite a grudge...
Humanity and its kingdoms have fallen long ago to the Grimm, with any villages remaining left being incredibly hidden and barely holding on. Chara Arc, a young naive orphan born with silver eyes, ventures from her village one day only to trip down a hole in a close-by mountain, finding herself laying in a field of flowers -- one of which was shredded and stuttering words of warning to her.
Spoilable Plot: Implied Ruby/Jaune pairing. Orphan!Chara, who is the daughter of Ruby and Jaune. The Underfell mod of Undertale will be the basis of the storyline. Pacifist or Genocide route will be decided when I make the story.
Rating: MA (death, implied rape, torture, sexual themes)

Title: none yet
Challenge: No
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Undertale]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: After Frisk leads the monsters out of the Underground, they all typically ignore its very existence in exchange for the bliss of finally being free from their former home. Gaining their own DETERMINATION from Frisk and the surrounding humans, they live in peace until they pass away. Little did they know that their souls weren't truly free from the Underground, for when the monsters die their essences travel back to the place; with the humans' influences imprinted on their souls, however, they don't simply become part of the ash littering the place but instead crystallize.
Many years later, monsters and humans live in peace for the most part. Those humans who have bred with monsters have children with some characteristics of those monsters -- these children become known as the Faunus. Nearly all the monsters that left the Underground have died now, save for Sans who watches over his descendants. Meanwhile, Alphys' granddaughter Salem, a reptilian Faunus, continues her elder's scientific legacy only to unleash what later becomes known as the Grimm onto the world.
Many more years pass, and the Grimm are nearly wiping out humanity save for four kingdoms and its schools. One such school, Beacon, is host to a multitude of children learning to become Hunters and Huntresses, teaching humans and Faunus alike. Insert Ruby Rose, a naive-yet-wise potential leader with speed, a scythe, and eerily bright silver eyes.
Spoilable Plot: When the monsters die, they become the Dust of Remnant. In this story, Remnant will be implied to be Earth's destroyed future. The Faunus are all related from the Underground monsters through ancestry. Sans may or may not still be alive during the story. The Grimm are the result of Salem's experimentation, though whether this was done accidentally as in the case of Alphys' amalgamates or purposefully is to be revealed. Implied Frisk/Sans pairing, with Ruby as Frisk's descendant; Chara will be in Ruby, and will treated more as an emotion disorder instead of a soul while in Ruby.
Rating: T/M (death, violence; murder if M)

Title: none yet
Challenge: No
Hub(s): [Undertale]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: A series of chapters consisting of an idea for a RWBY mod for Undertale, where Frisk encounters Ruby, Yang, Weiss, and Blake in order and has different paths depending on Frisk's actions in those encounters.
Spoilable Plot: Pacifist Run has a challenging fight at the end, and if you're able to stop the boss without losing any of your "insurance" you get the True Ending. Killing one before this fight will result in a less challenging fight at the end, but without the assistance offered in the Pacifist Run. Killing two before Blake's fight forces you to battle against her and the remaining member, where you either kill them or die. Killing all but Blake, or killing Blake during the 2/4 fight, results in the remaining member battling you at max difficulty. Killing them all results in a special ending which I will not spoil, and this is will be triggered by following the 2/4, 1/4, or Genocide paths. In the beginning, you have the option to kill Flowey which alters certain endings based on this decision.
Rating: M (death, violence, gore, adult language, adult theme)

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; Undertale
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Raised in a less-than desirable manner from her father, Weiss Schnee has a moment after one of her "lessons" where she sees a skeleton watching over her in the corner of her eye. Realizing hours later that the skeleton is not only not going away but is also mostly real -- yet can only be seen by her for reasons unknown -- she deals with it the best she can. As the years go by many of the skeleton's habits rub off on her, to the point where she keeps her cold personality while in public...but behind closed doors, by herself or with friends, she's become improper yet nonchalant, mildly lethargic yet somewhat passionate; she's also a chronic alcoholic who seems to have a way with puns, much to a certain yellow-haired teammate's delight.
Spoilable Plot: Sans takes care of an abused Weiss Schnee, and in order to help with the problems of her family he teaches her certain habits of his to cope. She gains a nonchalant attitude about most minor things, practices destroying and repairing objects with Sans' telekinesis, cares to an almost unhealthy amount about protecting her friends; and a couple years before she goes to Beacon, Sans experiments with an idea of his to help her cope more with things he can't help with, resulting in the Schnee girl developing alcoholism. She will be much nicer but also much more sensitive to RWBY. Her Semblance is not using Glyphs, but is instead telekinesis in the same way Sans uses his (psychic osteokinesis (creating bones from psychic energy), psychokinesis (moving objects with the mind), and even reinforcing her own body in skeletal armor with the same psychic bones). She can create Glyphs using the bones, but they are not the same as the Schnee Glyphs.
Rating: MA (alcoholism, violence, abuse, child abuse, depression, bipolar personality changes)

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; Undertale
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: One night after Yang's short battle with Adam, she is having trouble sleeping from being depressed about losing her arm. Once she falls asleep, she has a dream about a skeleton named Sans that makes worse puns than she does, and they launch into a pun battle, after which the skeleton gives her a few life lessons. When she wakes the next morning, she finds a new determination to get back in the game and kick some ass.
Spoilable Plot: Sans and Yang have a pun battle. Pure insanity. Sans tells her about Frisk and Chara, and what they did and how they got past it. After the dream, Sans had awoken a DETERMINATION inside of her that lets her get back into action despite her missing limb, and with it she goes full HAM on her opponents.
Rating: T (violence)

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The night before Ruby takes part in Initiation, she has a dream where her mother visits her. During this time, Summer tells her the truth behind her eyes' power, and that there is yet another power that needs to be unlocked if Ruby and her friends are going to stand a chance in the upcoming war: the Secondary, or Inner, Semblance; unlocking it, Summer bids a crying Ruby farewell. Using the power of her new Semblance, Spell Wall, and unlocking her friends' Inner Semblances, things change as the two teams are able to do more than they ever could.
Spoilable Plot: Ruby's Inner Semblance, Spell Wall, negates the effects of anything "unnatural" like poison or slowing abilities. Pretty much, she's immune to non-physical effects of Dust, and she's also immune to illusions and the like depending on how powerful her Spell Wall is; this immunity is based on her Aura, so if she runs out she loses her Spell Wall. Yang's Inner Semblance, which is unfinished for now, gives her the power to create illusions like Neo.
Also, Ruby will be heterochromatic after her dream; her eyes' power transfers solely to her left eye (right when facing her), and her right eye (left when facing her) will be blue like Taiyang's. As a side-effect of this, her silver eye will always faintly glow (like the Maidens' eyes).
Rating: T for violence, perhaps M for gore and lemons (sex), possible yuri

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Chibi-Pyrrha becomes fully aware that she's dead and that Chibi-Beacon isn't real, and becomes incredibly depressed because she can't deal with it. Using the insane bullshit powers of the Chibi-verse, teams RWBY and JNPR decide to sacrifice their world to transfer their memories -- real and Chibi -- to the past before Initiation. Only...where bullshit powers are concerned, nothing ever goes exactly as planned. Dealing with the combined post-Initiation memories of ALL the Chibi characters (including the villains), will a constantly-distracted Pyrrha be able to stop the incoming war before it starts, with no assistance no less?
Spoilable Plot: Pyrrha will be the only character receiving the memories. Occasionally, Pyrrha will have a flashback of random memories pertaining to current events -- this includes Chibi-verse -- which will cause her to be distracted at the best and worst of times. Having a couple years' worth of memories crammed in her brain -- this includes the memories of the chibi characters -- she will be a very emotional MPD patient at the very worst and a quirky, unpredictable mess at her best. She goes to Ozpin with the general information, but she ends up feeling extremely guilty because she's keeping the fact she knows her classmates' and teammates' darkest secrets to herself so she doesn't have the best relationships. She gets together with Jaune, though because of her randomness it will be somewhat rocky; she knows exactly how much she loves him and tries to show it the best she can, but she also has to deal with her new memories which constantly changes her personality to best fit them which causes Jaune to have to keep getting used to each "new Pyrrha" he makes out with.
Rating: T, possibly M for sexual themes

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Kingdom Hearts]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Yang battles Neo, and an event goes differently that causes Yang to win against the illusionist. Shattering into light, Neo leaves a key-shaped sword hovering in her place which Yang inspects. The inspection causes Yang to fall unconscious into a Dive to the Heart where Neo "talks" to Yang. After unlocking her Keyblade, Yang makes all kinds of bonds at Beacon to use against Cinder and eventually Salem.
Spoilable Plot: After she unlocks her Keyblade, she will soon start changing her fighting style to accept the Blades she uses. Neo's soul will be sleeping inside her, thus she will be able to dual wield Keyblades, so her fighting style will evolve to sort of a mix between Roxas' dual wield style and Yang's own. An added bonus of Neo's soul being in Yang's is that she will also have access to Neo's Semblance to a degree. Neo and Roman will have a past together that makes Roman ally himself with Yang, which in turn gives the Berserker insider info on Cinder and her subordinates as well as the White Fang. The obvious ability from all Keyblades, the ability to change their form from different bonds, will also be passed onto Yang. She will also be able to do various things later down the line that Neo will teach her that parallel with things that Aqua was taught by Eraqus.
Mainly, her fighting style will closest to a mix of Eraqus' apprentices (most closely resembling Terra's), Roxas' dual wielding, Neo's countering, and her own Berserker. In Org. XIII terms, it could resemble a mix between Demyx's and Saix's fighting styles as well (with Roxas' dual wield style obviously there); in RWBY terms, her style will be a mix between Ruby's, Velvet's, Pyrrha's, and (obviously) Neo's. Her "stats" will have a 5/2 ratio of Strength/Magic, but this changes in favor of magic depending on the grade of Dust she uses.
Rating: T

Title: none yet (Part 1)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Fire Emblem]; Mario
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Melody Pianissima, formerly of team Stalemate (STLM), was a lowly, unknown pianist for the SDC -- that was, before she and countless humans were killed by the Grimm before the world ended. After the battle, there was so much negative energy created from dead Grimm that the earth around the mansion would never shift. Thousands of years later, the world has transformed around the place...a desolate wasteland, found by two unlikely heroes: Luigi and Mario, servants to the royal line of Ylisse!
Spoilable Plot: Team Stalemate, while mostly unimportant, does have one of its members excluding Melody who has a Semblance very much like the Mario Brothers will, and another will be Remnant's equivalent of Marth's great-grandfather. Due to the plotline, Remnant pretty much becomes Undertale's Underground mixed with the Mushroom Kingdom (a Remnant version of the Super Mario Bros. version of the Kingdom). The pipes of Mushroom Kingdom act like the meteorite from the Mario Bros. Movie, but instead of Brooklyn the pipes lead to Archanea (the continent where Marth rules, which later becomes Ylisse) and its surrounding continents.
The time/setting where the story takes place is during Ylisse's time (Fire Emblem: Awakening), which will have Luigi and Mario as two of a family of servants of the kingdom. They end up discovering the pipes, which are long-forgotten, and they discover Remnant which is a dark and corrupted version of its former glory. Their fighting styles will be like brutal (Mario) and fast (Luigi) versions of FE:Fates' Butler class; not wholly important to Awakening's storyline, the two being absent won't hurt anything and they won't meet Kamui (DLC in Fates) until Part 3.
Rating: M (Many dark themes, probably should be MA)

Title: none yet (Part 2)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Luigi's Mansion]; Fire Emblem
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Second of its trilogy. After Mario's army purifies much of the newly-dubbed Dust Kingdom, life has become mostly boring for the two brothers. After he leaves to investigate another area of Corruption, his brother Luigi receives a prize for winning a lottery he didn't enter in and makes his way to get it. Not knowing of its origins, the reluctant servant steps inside only to find far more than what he was hoping for. He was planning on cleaning house, but he wasn't hoping to clean it of the ghosts of the former Schnee family!
Spoilable Plot: The mansion is the Remnant equivalent of Luigi's Mansion's mansion -- mainly, it's the Schnee mansion. As implied, the lesser ghosts will be Grimm, the boss ghosts will be the former Schnee family, and the Boos (and King Boo) will be Albino Alpha Grimm (King Boo being an Albino Grimm Dragon). As implied in Part 3's summary, Melody Pianissima will be joining Luigi in his quest and will unlock his Semblance and lead him to the Schnee Armory to grab weapons for the adventure. While she herself won't have a Semblance as she's dead, she's made of Aura so she is able to unlock Luigi's. His main weapon will be Weiss' Myrtenaster, though he will occasionally come back for Dust and ammo and carries some heavy ballistics to use against the "Boos".
Rating: T/M, not as gruesome as Part 1 but later may be M-worthy

Title: none yet (Part 3)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Mario]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The final part of its trilogy. After purifying and looting the Schnee Mansion, Luigi and Mario -- with an enthusiastic Melody -- make their way to a pipe to get back to Ylisse. Instead of the servants' homeland, however, they end up in the kingdom of Hoshido. Helping a royal outcast end a war between his loved ones' families shouldn't be too difficult...dealing with invisible Grimm and the royal families' conspiracies with a Grimm-corrupted dragon god is a little more so. Equipped with Semblances and Hunter-grade weapons, the two join Kamui and assist his efforts...and perhaps help Melody to find what she's looking for.
Spoilable Plot: Luigi (and Mario, before the story starts) can use Aura and Semblance; Mario can temporarily grow, and emit Burn Dust without self-harm, while Luigi transforms into a Leopard Taguel. Mario's weapon of choice is a large shield that can separate into wide arm-mounted spears or be brought back together in a mini-gun-shaped cannon (think of Gundam Epyon's shield, but instead of having a chain it has a cannon and can divide into two parts as a dual wield pair); Luigi's weapon is Myrtenaster, but he also carries daggers as throwing weapons (which also have a feature that lets him throw them like dynamite sticks at his opponents as a last resort). While Melody doesn't have a Semblance, her abilities from living in the mansion let her use Aura to sing to create an AoE of anti-gravity for Luigi to take advantage of (think Luigi's Final Smash in SSB Brawl, with some implied drawbacks like Azura's abilities).
Rating: T/M, much darker than FE:Fates but much lighter than you'd think for a Luigi's Mansion sequel.

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Elder Scrolls series]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The Goddess of Love has grown bored, and ventures from her Plane of Oblivion to seek out new things. She happens to spy on the heiress of the Schnee Dust Comany while she's on Team RWBY, and she locks her in a deep dream once she retires for the night. Waking up neck-deep in freezing water, and having a strange nagging feeling she's forgetting something, a determined Weiss Schnee makes her way from the sinking vessel through ice-cold temperatures towards the town of Winterhold.
Spoilable Plot: Amnesiac Weiss, due to Mara's influence. Plot is based on the "Live Another Life" mod for Skyrim, and Weiss will eventually become the Dragonborn. She may or may not make it back to Remnant, and will be having to deal with Sheogorath on a regular basis later in the story.
Rating: M

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Disney]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Premise inspired by a couple clips in the second RWBY Volume 4 Crack video, by CagedHeart_01 on YouTube. Weiss' family is whole (and she has a grandmother), and the young heiress has been taught how to live as a generic heiress should -- except she's always had an aura of unluckiness surrounding her, making her shy and unlikable. The Grimm have lately gotten more powerful, and when the heiress' father is drafted to enter the war as a soldier she steals his weapon and runs off in his stead. With her servant Klein following her, and many other unlikely recruits making their way towards the army, she's in for a tough ride...because heiress or not, Grimm don't take prisoners, and they don't have singing performances either.
Spoilable Plot: The members of Teams RWBY, JNPR, CFVY, and CRDL all have some shared personality traits with several Disney characters; for now, Weiss is Mulan, Jaune will be young Hercules, and Cinder will be Maleficent. None of them will be using their default weapons, and will instead be using generic or passed-down weapons -- Jaune will be the exception, as he'll have Crocea Mors and his shield which is already part of that.
Rating: T (for Disney shenanigans while having some Kingdom Hearts-esque maturity)

Title: Remnant Hunters
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Legend of Zelda]; [RWBY]; Kingdom Hearts; League of Legends
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Ruby Rose is one of many Hunters and Huntresses hired and trained to guard the Schnee Dust Corporation's main building, especially its princess Weiss. When talk spreads of approaching Grimm forces -- forces that Weiss and her bodyguard Blake Belladona are fighting -- Ruby immediately grabs a spare sword and shield and runs out onto the battlefield. After Weiss is kidnapped, Ruby assists Blake and a mysterious musician named "Fang" in finding the princess and wiping out the monsters.
Spoilable Plot: RWBY version of Hyrule Warriors. There will be interference from Sora's and Ventus' trios, as well as Xehanort, Vanitas, and Org. XIII. League of Legends is mostly filler, either because a random Champion comes to help whichever side or because an OC Hunter/Huntress will be introduced into the story as having the abilities of the Champion; however, some Champions will directly assist/hinder Ruby's quest, and League's various items will replace/add to the story's items.
Another reason Kingdom Hearts is in this story is because the "Marks of the Keyblade" will take the place of the Triforce, and those with this mark have the ability to wield various artifacts (which makes the artifact a Keyblade after obtaining it). Defeating someone will grant you a keychain that grants your artifact new forms and abilities based on the people defeated (like Sora's various Keyblade forms throughout the KH games).
Ruby will not be a dual wielder. The closest she'll come to dual wielding blades is her Keyblade with her original sword, and I'll likely make that into a special attack. She wields weapons similar to Link's in Hyrule Warriors (except the Fire Rod, which will end up being a Fire Scythe instead). None of Team RWBY will be from the various pasts, though some of their parents could be as their ancestors.
Rating: T

Title: Remnant Legends
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Legend of Zelda]; [RWBY]; Kingdom Hearts; League of Legends
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Remnant Hunters. Ruby, after obtaining Penny and the pieces of Crimson Rose, had unknowingly released Salem's spirit onto the world. Cinder, slowly being driven mad by Cinder's presence, destroys her own Mark of the Keyblade as to not let the spirit gain its powers. As the war slowly reaches its climax, and Xehanort loses his hold on the Organization due to Cinder's presence, the "Remnant Hunters" divide into factions to attempt to gain ground against their foes. Ruby, Weiss, Riven, Blake, Tristana, and Sora slowly make their way to Salem's stronghold, not knowing what awaits in store...
Spoilable Plot: Penny is Remnant-Fi, the Crimson Rose is Ruby's artifact and the closest equivalent to LoZ's Master Sword in the stories. Cinder is Cia and Salem is Ganon, while canon!Salem's other underlings seen in Volume 4 will take the place of Zant and Ghirahim. Riven is another Keyblade Wielder, with her trademark "broken sword" theme transferring to her Keyblade; Tristana is a hired gun who's swayed into joining Ruby's faction, and her style of fighting is similar to her own but due to her size difference compared to canon!LoL it will be more like a mix of her own, RWBYcanon!Ironwood, and KHcanon!Braig/Xigbar (mainly, she's a highly-mobile sniper with a high rate of fire). Also, Pyrrha is Lana (that should be covered in Remnant Hunters but I don't feel like trying to change it right now; I thought this bit would be cool to have put in).
Rating: T, possible late T or early M depending on what I do with the story

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): Fire Emblem
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: AU of Gay Fates crossed over with canon!Gay Awakening, with a twist. After Corrin and his army defeated Anankos, the three retainers (Odin, Laslow, and Selena) left to go back to their home-world. Flora, realizing the three are missing, panics and attempts to find them only to be stopped by Lilith. The small dragon begrudgingly tells Flora their destination, and after some conditions the dragon allows Flora to go. However, things don't go quite as right as they should and Flora is teleported back during the time after Corrin goes back from Ylisse but before the Ylisseans meet Robin. Realizing she's stuck in a place she doesn't know about with no way to know where the retainers are, she joins the Shepherds as a servant/soldier through their journey. Through this journey, she will find out things she never knew about the retainers and will eventually make a huge decision that could destroy her reputation. Flora x Severa/Selena.
Spoilable plot: Inspired by the the Selena x Flora supports in the Gay Fates hack, and storyline is somewhat inspired a bit by Manoka-chi's Fates and Awakening story on the site (credit where credit's due). In this story, Flora is implied as straight in the beginning but as time passes she realizes her transition into a lesbian and falls in love with Severa. I'm thinking Gay Awakening is going to be in this story as well because Chrom x Robin and Lissa x Maribelle are really awesome support conversations, and it would make Flora x Severa easier to write.
Rating: T for violence, possible M in case lesbianism is a Mature topic

Title: Awakening of the Fire Emblem
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: This story will have Awakening's storyline, but it will be altered in a way as to fix it, as well as to adapt it to the RWBY-related content being put in; this will be the case for its sequels as well, albeit with their own storylines. This story is the first part of its FE/RWBY crossover trilogy.
Chrom Arc, prince of Ylisse and leader of a rag-tag group of illegitimate Hunters and Huntresses called "Shepherds", comes across a group of foreigners led by a prince "Jacques" hunting "invisible boars" and helps them take out the enemy before eventually seeing them off. He and his group then find a mysterious woman named Summer who they eventually make their tactician. Throughout the story, they deal with heartbreak and countless enemies -- living and dead -- and learn many secrets of the Shield of Seals and the Four Maidens. During this, they also encounter their children who come from a future where Grima reigned.
Spoilable Plot: Chrom/FeMU pairing. Some children will have opposite genders, but all parents with have their original gender. The plotline will be more fixated, replacing the "general" and unfixed plot Awakening has that needed to have room for change (meaning different pairings and such) with more meaningful interactions and other such things; it will also take into account the RWBY content going into it. Summer is this story's Robin (FeMU is Female!My Unit), and will eventually have Ruby who will be Jaune's sister (Jaune will take place of Lucina, while Ruby takes place of what would be Male!Morgan -- this tidbit is explained in its sequel summary).
Rating: T

Title: Revelations of the Fire Emblem
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Awakening of the Fire Emblem, and the second part of the FE/RWBY crossover trilogy. Upon discovering the conspiracy behind the manakete "Anankos" and his plot to stop the continuation of the Maiden bloodlines in both his own world and Chrom's world, some of the adults and children -- including Ruby, who aside from her brother Jaune is the last known inheritor of Grima's powers -- make their way to the Outrealm Gate where they journey to Hoshido and Nohr to put a stop to his schemes. Eventually coming into contact and joining with the leader of a group of royals and servants led by Jacques, they journey to the land of Valla where they learn of the dark secrets behind the Maidens and the Fire Emblem. As they do so, Jacques and many of the members of the army have children and send them to Deeprealms where they grow up quickly and eventually become members of the army, and Ruby quickly takes a shine to Jacques' daughter Weiss.
Spoilable Plot: Like its prequel, this story will be a retelling of Fates as already explained. Back in the first part of the trilogy, they'll learn of Anankos and will actually have units sent to the halidoms of Nohr and Hoshido as a small army (as opposed to canon!Fates where GoodHalf!Anankos convinced Inigo, Severa, and Owain to go undercover in Nohr); this will make the Outrealm Gate a relevant plot point in the story, as opposed to Awakening and Fates only having their respective Gate as an optional, non-canon area to get bonus content from. Many things in Fates will also be improved upon, including the backstories of important non-army allies and enemies like Kotaro, Garon, and Mikoto. Mikoto will also be implied, though not directly revealed (unless you read this, of course), to be a Maiden of Spring; after she dies, her power supposedly goes away but is actually hidden away inside of Jacques to be passed down to Weiss, the reasoning explained in the sequel below.
Rating: T (likely M due to war and its many dark themes taking place)

Title: Mystery of the Fire Emblem
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Revelations of the Fire Emblem, and the final part of the FE/RWBY crossover trilogy. After defeating Anankos, the royals and citizens of Hoshido and Nohr -- as well as the soldiers from Ylisse -- make way to restore and unite their kingdoms. Meanwhile, Ruby thinks over the knowledge she's gained about the Maidens and comes to a decision to find out its origins for herself. Weiss and various people from both the Ylissean and Mythical continents decide to come with her and their group journeys to the land of Archanea, Ylisse's past and the start of where the Fire Emblem -- also known to be the Shield of Seals or the Binding Shield -- became known through legend. As their group lends their help to Marth and his growing army against Medeus, Ruby and Weiss learn many more things about the Fire Emblem and the Maidens; during the journey, Naga's spirit uses her power to talk to and instruct the two about the origins of the Fire Emblem and the Dragon's Table, and gives the two her power in hopes that they can help against the Earth Dragons and their attempts at breaking free from their prison, as well as deal with Medeus.
Spoilable Plot: Various characters, known or not, from Awakening and Fates will be a part of the group that journeys with Ruby in the story; where and when they go is Archanea during Marth's reign, the setting for Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (which is FE1, although the plot for the "Book 1" half of Mystery of the Emblem (FE3) is essentially a retelling of it so I used that as the story's name reference). During the story, they will be visited by Naga who will tell them the past before humans took over Archanea and will also reveal their Maiden heritages and the possibility that they're responsible for the bloodlines who guard the Fire Emblem througout history. Essentially, the Maiden bloodlines of this trilogy are manaketes from the future who cycle back to the past to renew the power of the Fire Emblem, and their having the blood of both Grima and Anankos ensures that the two god-like dragons can be reigned. Also, Medeus is pretty much RWBY!Salem and will be as overpowered and human-hating as she is, and Medeus will have enough power to compare to the point where it'll be very much like the battle against Anankos.
Rating: T, possibly M to be safe

Title: The Sea's Disturbance
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The first part of the "The Sea's" series. In a potential future Lucina's companions were killed, but instead of being killed by Grima she was sent to a random world. In this world, she met an elderly man who taught her how to use a power called "Dying Will", and working together with a man named Byakuran she is able to get back to her world -- at the condition that she takes a ring and uses its power, not knowing this ring is the Mare Sky Ring which had its power sealed, as well as taking Byakuran's Funeral Wraiths with her. Managing to be transported to the world and time she meant to travel to, but with her future past companions not having joined yet, she and the Funeral Wraiths work behind the scenes to attempt to change fate. As time passes, and as she and the Wraiths eventually join the Shepherds, the seal starts to vanish from the Sky Ring and she starts to use its power -- not knowing that a far more sinister dragon than Grima has set its sights upon her power...
Spoilable Plot: Sky!Lucina, Mare Ring!Lucina. Story-wise, she doesn't stay in Namimori long. She uses her powers whenever she can, but knows not to overuse them from Byakuran.
Rating: unknown

Title: The Sea's Rumble
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The second part of the "The Sea's" series. After managing to escape the clutches of Anankos after her kidnapping, Lucina travels around the realm of Valla; Parallel Falchion and her never-ending Dying Will as her weapons, she searches for clues on how to get back to Ylisse. After reuniting with Owain, Severa, and Inigo -- going under different names, as she finds out -- she becomes a part of a rag-tag group of royals and servants from the mystical kingdoms of Hoshido and Nohr and makes way to defeat Anankos. Using the now unrestrained power of the Mare Sky Ring, as well as the mysterious power of the Yato, she and Corrin make their way through Valla and eventually the dragon god.
Spoilable Plot: This version of Fates is a sequel to this story's prequel, as this Odin, Selena, and Laslow are her own friends from Ylisse and not canon!Fates versions.
Rating: unknown

Title: The Sea's Storm
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The third part of the "The Sea's" series. Managing to defeat the powerful god, Lucina wishes to make her way to the Outrealm Gate to get back to Ylisse to find that the Funeral Wraiths have been transported to a separate world apart from her home or current worlds. Making a difficult choice, she -- with her newly-upgraded Parallel Falchion with the ability to change its form with stimuli from Dying Will Flames, as well as the mentioned Dying Will -- heads out to find the Funeral Wraiths. Facing beings far more powerful than most Risen could ever hope to match, she uses the new armor-shredding capabilities of her blade and gains the attention of a man named Ozpin. Telling him of her plight, as well as revealing her abilities to this man she learns is the "Headmaster" of this "Beacon Academy", she manages to get his assistance in return that she teaches an optional class teaching the children to use Dying Will Flames.
Spoilable Plot: Her Falchion's new ability to change forms is directly tied to the power of the Yato, and it gives her an "anti-Dragonskin" buff that essentially makes it a Wyrmslayer and Armorslayer mixed into the Parallel Falchion's design. Ozpin making her a teacher becomes a part of his plans against Cinder and Salem, and gives her the ability to create bonds with the Teams.
Rating: unknown

Title: The Sea's Respite
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The fourth part of the "The Sea's" series. After she and the reunited Funeral Wraiths help Ruby and co. defeat Salem and unlock yet another form of the Parallel Falchion -- which, after starting to learn of the sword's origins as well as referencing its new form she decides to call "Dragon Key" -- Lucina finally makes her way back to Ylisse. Peaceful though it may be, Chrom has grown old in her abscense and will soon be incapable of ruling the kingdom. Learning that Chrom saved the position of Ylisse's queen for her, she must decide between the place she knows as home...or the life that created the woman she became. Finding less that she belongs in Ylisse any longer, she and the Wraiths journey off to the land where it all started.
Spoilable Plot: Her sword starts to be shaped and have powers akin to a Kingdom Hearts Keyblade, though it is not actually a Keyblade; it does, though, have a nature-manipulation ability gained from the Maidens lending their power to Lucina. This story would be more of an overview of Parts 1-3, but would also lead up to Part 5 well enough.
Rating: unknown

Title: The Sea's Great Wave
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The fifth part of the "The Sea's" series. After arriving in the town of Namimori, she locates Byakuran to find he is suffering from an incurable disease. After the man passes away (not before showing her the last abilities of her ring), she is thrust into an all-out brawl to fight for the Arcobaleno's survival. After she and the bosses of the Families defeat the Vindice, she is forced into a fight against Checker Face himself for the freedom of the infant hitmen. During the fight, she manages to unlock her blade's ultimate form -- a naginata with Falchion's sharpness, Yato's armor-shredding, and Ozpin's cane's Aura abilities -- and she manages to wound the seemingly-immortal being to the point where he cannot continue. Now having the power of the Vongola rings, Mare rings, and Arcobaleno pacifiers in her reach, the spirit of Byrakuran comes out of her ring and takes them all and infuses their power inside himself. Now faced with a literal god with but her Dragon Key and the Dying Will he taught her to use, she is forced to flee with several members and tasked to gather enough people to defeat Byrakuran.
Spoilable Plot: Byakuran supposedly dies, but in fact sealed a part of his soul inside the Mare Sky Ring from the beginning, and continued to siphon it into the Sky Ring as the seal grew weaker. As she fights for the Arcobaleno, Checker Face grows worried that she will destroy the cycle of the Arcobaleno and thus fights her; after being weakened enough, Byakuran takes over his body and steals the Mare Ring from Lucina, as well as a large chunk of her Dying Will which leaves her exhausted.
Rating: unknown

Title: The Sea's Crushing Wake
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: The sixth and final part of the "The Sea's" series. After the sudden betrayal and drain of power from Byakuran, Lucina is weak in body and spirit. Having managed to make it to Ylisse they find out that Chrom passed away, but Corrin had managed to set up a connection between Ylisse's and Hoshido/s/Nohr's Outrealm Gates. Knowing of her exploits, and dealing with their own troubles thanks to Byrakuran's powers spreading, the kingdoms team up with a still-depressed Lucina and make a gate to Remnant where they too are dealing with Byakuran. After gathering Hunters and Huntresses, including a fully-grown Ruby and her teams (RWBY and RNJR), they journey back to Japan where Byakuran waits. As the soldiers fight a losing war, key companions Lucina made in her adventures try and manage to get her out of her depression, and she uses the full power of the Dragon Key to separate the rings and pacifiers from Byakuran and reset the timelines of their worlds.
Spoilable Plot: She is accompanied by many people who essentially become her soldiers, and as the story progresses she gets out of her funk and resolves to fix everything she caused that caused Byakuran to gain power. It becomes apparent that every world visited by Lucina became corrupted by Byakuran's power, and as she rids each world of its corruption the main Byakuran becomes slightly weaker. When she makes it back to Namimori he is still a god, but his power is now only a bit more than Anankos' -- it is also apparent that Byakuran became a dragon, giving her naginata an advantage with its Wyrmsbane abilities. At the end, the story is reset as there is too much that has happened, and the resetting was meant to happen from the beginning as Lucina was never meant to encounter Byakuran. As the story closes, Grima is seen pondering over his decision and finds himself incapable of thinking or resolving himself of sending her away, preventing her from being sent to Byakuran. The evil clouds above briefly part to reveal a multitude of stars, glittering down at Lucina and giving her some blind hope before being covered again.
Rating: unknown

Title: none yet
Challenge: Yes, c (Looper)
Hub(s): [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; [Fire Emblem]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Two incredible and cheerful girls, both from different worlds but always trying their hardest for the one they admire, wish and dream to be able to make a difference to said target of admiration. As they wake their next morning, they find that they woke up on a day that's already passed. As the two start getting used to repeating their events over and over again, can these two -- not knowing the other exists, let alone their being in separate worlds -- become what they want, or more?
Spoilable Plot: Elise from Fire Emblem: Fates and Kyoko from KHR start to time loop in their respective worlds, and during one loop down the line they find they can speak to one-another in their minds. At first the loops start off innocent, but as they grow bored and start to experiment and obtain knowledge they start getting into less innocent circumstances and eventually end up losing some of their bubbly personality they have (even when they can talk to each other). They also occasionally loop in the other world, as well as other worlds, but they never meet face-to-face until later in the story.
Rating: T, perhaps early M later in the story

Title: none yet
Challenge: Yes, 1Bc (Separated Quadruple Looper Three-World Journey Crossover)
Hub(s): [Fire Emblem]; [Fairy Tail]; [RWBY]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Three-World Journey Crossover of Fire Emblem: Fates, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Fairy Tail, and RWBY. Four girls from four different worlds start experiencing time loops, and as their confusion wanes they start to take advantage of it. As they eventually gain knowledge and experience, they start to loop in the worlds of each other and gain new experiences.
Spoilable Plot: Each world is in a time loop with their own "Anchor", or main character that remembers the events of each loop, and each Anchor can have close allies or friends that can remember during some loops. Some loops, the Anchor and their allies are in one of the other three Hubs; eventually, the Anchors start encountering each other. The Anchors are Elise (Fates), Lucina (Awakening), Lucy (Fairy Tail), and Ruby (RWBY).
Rating: M

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds]; Fire Emblem
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: none yet, plot basis below.
Spoilable Plot: Fire Emblem: Awakening with a fixed plot, but with its plot also taking place in the setting and rules of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds (which will also be fixed to accept Fire Emblem lore). The Crimson Dragon is Naga, the Signer Dragons (excluding Life Stream) are draconian versions of the Fire Emblem's jewels, and Life Stream Dragon is a draconian version of the unadorned Shield of Seals. Shooting Star Dragon is the Falchion, while Shooting Quasar Dragon is the Exalted Falchion. Yusei is Chrom, Akiza is Sumia, Crow is Vaike, Jack is Frederick, Kalin is Robin, Luna is Cynthia, and Leo is Owain (mainly, Luna is Yusei's and Akiza's daughter from the future, while Leo is Yusei's future nephew.) I think the replacements sort of fit, though I had a hard time thinking of who would take Jack's place until I remembered the things Jack did for Yusei. Also, in this story the whole "Robin is Grima" thing fits with Kalin becoming a Dark Signer. I suppose Robin might make a better Bruno than Kalin, but the story is in its alpha stages so nothing's final.
Rating: T

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Harry Potter]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; [RWBY]; [Fire Emblem]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: As a 3rd-year Harry Potter walks through the halls of Hogwarts one day, Draco Malfoy encounters him and starts a small duel. Their duel gets out of hand and they damage a Ley Line, but instead of destroying the castle and its inhabitants it instead creates multiple portals. With Draco and Harry both being dragged into a new world together, little do they realize that several people followed them into the portals to be taken to different places. While portals show up in other worlds as a result of the accident, people from other worlds start to venture inside and create a Melting Pot of culture inside each world. During these happenings, Harry and Draco -- as well as several allies, old and new -- take part in a multilayered war against several armies, deadly sorcerers, and a godly earth dragon hellbent on destroying the world.
Spoilable Plot: Harry x Daphne, Jaune x Kyoko, Weiss x Hermione, Takeshi x Say'ri, Astoria x Kaden, Robin x Miriel, more pairings soon. Eventual friendships between Harry and Draco, Byakuran and Dumbledore, Robin and Harry, and more. If there is any bashing in the story, it will be deserved and will likely be covered up later as characters in the story will not be made to be pathetic; it will focus on bringing the worlds together, not furthering the story by destroying characters.
Rating: M

Title: none yet (parts 1 and 2)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Part 1 -- Sora dies when Destiny Island is dragged into the Darkness. Ventus' heart, which has been sleeping in Sora's heart until the boy's death, is thrown into another world as desperate self-preservation. Waking up in a world where people use willpower and boxes to fight, Ventus looks for a way home while using the lessons learned in this world as they were meant to be used.
Part 2 -- After discovering a new way of using Dying Will Flames, Ventus makes his way back to the underground headquarters. Upon finding out he's been included into a group eventually being sent to infiltrate Merone Base, he goes into seclusion to practice. When Kyoko reveals to Ventus that she learned to equip her Keyblade, he trains her in private...not knowing that doing so is Bonding her Flames to him.
Spoilable Plot: Eventual Ventus x Kyoko, implied one-sided Tsuna x Kyoko. Ventus learns a new way of using Dying Will, the name eventually becoming "Fiamma Aria", and he and Kyoko train in both that and their Keyblades. Eventually it becomes apparent they are attracted to each other, and late in Part 2 they take a chance and start a secret intimate relationship.
Rating: T (overall M)

Title: none yet (parts 3 and 4)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Part 3 -- As practice time comes to a close and the invasion of Merone Base nears, Ventus and Kyoko secretly explore their powers and newfound close relationship. When the time finally comes, Ventus and Kyoko brace themselves for their tasks left ahead...and their secret tasks they left each other. Ventus and Kyoko, secretly for the latter, abuse the powers of their Keyblades and "Fiamma Aria" techniques...but as they do so they are conflicted by the eventuality that they'll be separated from each other, death or not, as Ventus' origins may prevent him from returning to Kyoko's past.
Part 4 -- As Byakuran's intentions are revealed and the Arcobaleno start their trials for the Vongola Guardians, Kyoko faces separation from Ventus as he is ordered to stay in the Future during said trials. As her separation from Ventus is taking its toll on her due to their Bond, Reborn and the other Arcobaleno start to notice and keep an eye on her. As her relationship with Ventus is slowly being uncovered, Kyoko and the cursed children do all they can to make sure that Tsuna doesn't get any suspicions.
Spoilable Plot: Starting in the middle of Part 3 onward, Ventus and Kyoko start worrying about the other as well as what's to come for them; however, they start exploring their new relationship so the story will include several Lemons. As Part 4 takes place, only Kyoko feels the strains of separation anxiety because (as is stated in canon) the Arcobaleno trials only pass 10 minutes by in the future.
Rating: M (overall M)

Title: none yet (parts 5 and 6)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Part 5 -- Returning from the past, Reborn interrogates Kyoko and Ventus and finds out about their relationship (as well as "Fiamma Aria" and Kyoko's ability with the Keyblade). Taking advantage of the situation, Reborn promises to keep their relationship a secret in return that the two teach the Vongola Guardians how to use Fiamma Aria before Choice. As the two are given a teaching role in close proximity to each other, eventually the Guardians start growing suspicious. As Choice eventually starts, an unforeseen development takes place...
Part 6 -- As Kyoko is chosen as the target of Choice, she unwittingly reveals the existence of Fiamma Aria to the Millefiore. As Ventus starts to worry about Kyoko's state of health, his own walls begin to crumble and he eventually is forced to reveal his relationship to Kyoko at the worst time. With Tsuna and Ryohei fighting losing battles against their opponents, Kyoko is forced on the offensive and reveals the true might of her powers.
Spoilable Plot: Reborn starts having a larger place in the story at this point, and Part 5 makes more of a point of character interaction than actual fighting. In Part 6, Kyoko becomes the target instead of Shoichi; at this point, the story transitions to more Action instead of character development.
Rating: T (overall M)

Title: none yet (parts 7 and 8)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Part 7 -- With a weakened Kyoko being seen as a new target of Byakuran after the Choice game ends, the Vongola get to safety with her and Uni. As Ventus explains and is nearly outcasted by Tsuna and his Guardians, Reborn admonishes the boss-in-training and starts them on the Inheritance trials. With everyone distracted over Kyoko's condition and her relationship to Ventus -- said Keyblade Weilder included on both counts -- it becomes increasingly difficult to complete the trials as stress catches up to them. Still, they persevere...
Part 8 -- As Kyoko awakens from her near coma, the Guardians finish their trials and return to the future again. As the end is near, it becomes apparent that Ventus is suffering. With the Keyblade Weilders' relationship slowly tearing them apart while they prepare to take on Byakuran once and for all, Reborn comes to a decision and directly intervenes!
Spoilable Plot: It's at this point where Ventus' and Kyoko's relationship is revealed, and it's this that makes noticeable changes to the storyline at this point. With Kyoko asleep and Ventus and the Vongola Guardians stressed beyond belief (Part 7), the Inheritance trials end up including Ventus so as to help patch up things between them and hopefully help the Guardians succeed. In Part 8 Kyoko awakes, but with Kyoko's pre-coma stress and Ventus' depression it's obvious that they're falling apart; this one goes back to character interaction, but it takes a darker mood instead. Eventually it's so close to destroying the Vongola and the couple's relationships that Reborn knocks sense into them and convinces them all that Ventus and Kyoko being together is for the best and that the two meant no harm by keeping their relationship secret.
Rating: T/M, the latter due to several darker themes (overall M)

Title: none yet (parts 9 and 10)
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Part 9 -- With Ventus and Kyoko back to their original spirits and Tsuna convinced it's for the best, the group -- now including a rekindled couple -- plans for the final showdown. As Byakuran goes on the offensive at the break of dawn, Ventus and Kyoko are put on the front lines. Although they are separated yet again, they fight without holding back!
Part 10 -- As Ghost (and eventually Byakuran) make their appearances, Ventus and Tsuna confront the Millefiore's leader. When Byakuran finally reveals the Darkness holed up inside himself, the two are pushed to their breaking point!
Spoilable Plot: As everything is fixed, the final battles close in; the story gets lighter, but it also becomes more serious and action-filled. Some comic relief is included, but not so much as to undo Parts 7 and 8. During the final Part takes place, Tsuna and Ventus go against a more powerful Byakuran who eventually succumbs to his Darkness. As the story closes, Ventus' Keyhole reveals itself. With Kyoko having more of a place in Ventus' life than her own in Namimori, everyone comes to the decision that she will go with Ventus instead of return to the past with the Vongola Family. As the story reaches its end, Ventus and Kyoko appear in Traverse Town (as opposed to Castle Oblivion).
Rating: T/M due to violence (overall M)

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Legend of Zelda]; [RWBY]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: After succumbing to Tyrian's poison after a twist of fate, RWBY slowly dies. As she nears her final breaths she wishes for her friends to be safe, though as this happens the power of her eyes transports her soul and mind away from the world. Waking up as a nearly-naked male with no resemblance to her original appearance, Ruby ventures out into this strange new world where darkness rules once again and "Calamity Ganon" is at the center of it all.
Spoilable Plot: Ruby from RWBY replacing Link from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. She won't be an amnesiac, but since she has close-to-no skill with non-scythe weapons (save a little on swords, which she'll use often) and she won't have her Semblance, this will make up for that bit. The closest thing to Crimson Rose in the game is the spears, but as she can't rely on her Semblance she won't use them as often as she'd like -- especially since Link's stamina is pathetically small compared to her original. Having used the power of her eyes prior to her new setting, she'll be weakened even further; as she unlocks more of Link's memories and gets Heart Containers, though, her strength will come back until there's no difference sans her missing Semblance and more experience with weaponry. Eventual implied Ruby x Zelda (Link x Zelda technically).
Rating: T, possible M?

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; [Legend of Zelda]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: 20 years after defeating Calamity Ganon and reactivating the Divine Beasts, Ruby -- having been in Link's body ever since coming to this world -- and Zelda had two boys and a girl. Having become more experienced with her eyes' powers, Ruby becomes a formidable and strong warrior for her -- er, his wife. Still, no one is perfect and one day Zelda is mortally wounded by an assassin. Before Zelda dies, Ruby wishes for her to live and her eyes' power acts up again and transports the two's souls and minds to another world. As the two wake up in separate locations -- having mockingly switched genders -- they reunite with each other and try to find their way back to Hyrule. With Dying Will Flames and murderous villains, discretion becomes harder than ever, especially when Zelda's being trained by the self-appointed "World's Greatest Hitman" to become the tenth boss of the most powerful underground mafia family in this new world.
Spoilable Plot: Ruby becomes Haru and Zelda becomes Tsuna, so obvious Tsuna x Haru (Zelda x Ruby). Going through late puberty yet again, as well as using Dying Will Flames against murderous adversaries like Mukuro and Xanxus, will hit their patience hard in terms of keeping their origins secret. The two will be weakened like Ruby was, but they will retain their previous knowledge and skills (Zelda won't be able to use her Light abilities unless in Dying Will Mode or is in a life-or-death situation, though). Obviously, due to Zelda's intellect Tsuna will do very well in school and ends up bonding better with Gokudera as a result, and with Ruby's mature-yet-hyper personality Haru will be much closer to everyone and will have a bigger part in everything (and will be able to use DWF and become a potential Guardian candidate).
Rating: T?

Title: Sanguine Reminder - The Vessel and His White Mage
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [Harry Potter]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]; [Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them]; [Final Fantasy]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: In a final moment of desperation, Xehanort unleashes an attack that ultimately kills Sora and Kairi. As the two awake, they find that they aren't living at all but are in fact in someone's mindscape. As the two -- as well as Ventus, Roxas, Namine, and Xion -- are integrated into the mind of a boy named Harry Potter, they decide to use their powers to protect and prepare him for life instead of weep in despair. Meanwhile, Master Riku and his three apprentices are ordered by High Master Mickey to investigate a world where faint traces of familiar Keyblade magic are emanating.
Spoilable Plot: All 6 will pass a Keyblade on to Harry, giving him 6 Keyblades at his disposal and more powerful combinations of Keyblades as well. Namine's Keyblade is more or less a Keystaff;; it has an OoT Lens of Truth ability as well an AoE anti-darkness Aura -- both of which assist the abilities he gains from Namine -- but it can't be used in combat like a Keyblade. Roxas and Xion pass down Oathkeeper and Oblivion, Ventus passes down Wayward Wind, Kairi passes down Destiny's Embrace, and Sora passes down the Kingdom Key. Together, the 6 Keys can become 1 of 3 forms: a dual-bladed naginata, a round shield, or monk staff (proper name being Khakkhara) for strength, defense, and magic respectively. The name of all 3 forms are shared as "Sanguine Reminder". Riku and his three apprentices don't know who or where Harry is, so he sends them to the magic schools to both look for potential Keyblade Wielders and to also find Harry; the one sent to Britain is a young female White Mage, another with Magic Sensory is sent to America, a third with unknown abilities is sent to France, and Riku himself goes to Japan. Because none of the apprentices know of the Keyblades associated with their target except for Kingdom Key, they won't know it's Harry until later into his fourth year where Riku and the Vongola Family enter as a fourth magic school (making it the Quad-Wizard, or Tetra-Wizard, Tournament that Harry's forced into). If it's not obvious, Final Fantasy's magic system is integrated in the story more so than in Kingdom Hearts. The story will take place through all 7 years, where the White Mage is Harry's friend instead of Ron, and throughout each year his appearance and personality start to become more like the 6 Keyblade Wielders whose powers he absorbed.
Rating: T, possibly M later

Title: The Shattered Rose
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [NieR]; [Kingdom Hearts]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Humanity has already gone extinct. The "humans" of Remnant are simple shells of true humans, given the power of "Semblance" to mimic their original. The Grimm are true humans, twisted by a corrupted YoRHa android given the designation of Salem after said corruption. This is what Summer learns as she unlocked the power of her Keyblade -- though in doing so she had a choice: she could erase her own existence and the existence of her "Shade", her Grimm, and become one of many fully-human Keyblade Warriors destined to save her world...or the power of the Keyblade would destroy her already weakened body before finding a new host. Choosing the former, under the condition that Ruby would eventually be given this information when she can handle it, she thinks to herself how fate is cruel and that she wishes she hopes her daughters will understand when they eventually find out.
Spoilable Plot: One- or Two-Shot with separate multi-chapter direct crossover. Pretty much anything more that could be said is in the Plot summary.
Rating: K, possible T?

Title: The Burning Rose
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [NieR]; [Kingdom Hearts]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Ruby Rose has always had a fascination with weaponry, ranging from blades to firearms and on. Having chosen to wield a scythe in memory of her mother, she eventually lands herself in a situation where her knowledge is put to the test. After surviving said test, she is given a warning by one Roman Torchwick: "Nothing lasts forever, Little Red. You'll know sooner or later...everything we do, it'll always be futile in the end." Struck curious by the way he said it to her, she makes an oath to herself that she'll grow strong to find out the hidden meaning behind his words. As she lives her life as leader of her own team, she starts to notice oddities...as well as uncover dark secrets that reveal exactly how deep in trouble "humanity" is in.
Spoilable Plot: Has a One- or Two-Shot direct crossover. Ruby starts out mostly with her Canon personality, though as she uncovers many secrets in Beacon she starts to slowly find out what her mother was told. Slowly losing their childish realities to these revelations, Team RWBY attempts to manipulate events to destroy Beacon from the inside so they can find their Shades and destroy Salem and her corruption. The pairings are White Rose and Bumblebee, though each of the members will start to lose themselves and become corrupted before only Ruby remains. Even Ruby eventually dies at the end, fully realizing what Torchwick meant, before the power of the Keyblade shows itself to her. She accepts, wanting once and for all for Remnant to be free.
Rating: T in beginning, M later in the story

Title: The Molten Rose
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [NieR]; [Kingdom Hearts]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to both The Shattered Rose and The Burning Rose. As both Ruby and Summer train to become Keyblade Masters to be able to fight the corruption, they eventually make their way to Remnant's very distant past: the time before the moon was shattered. Being given the means to fight against the machines, Ruby and Summer are accompanied by one of YoRHa's androids. As the two work together with YoRHa, they realize that this android is what eventually becomes Salem.
Spoilable Plot: Ruby and Summer have been transported back in time to the era and setting of Nier: Automata. While they train and attempt to save their world, they are found by YoRHa's forces and interrogated. After the interrogation, the android forces decide to allow the two Keyblade Wielders their freedom as long as they take on of their androids with them. The android is completely separate from from A2, 2B, and 9S, and the storyline of Ruby, Summer, and the android will be separate from the three androids. Some time during the time when the androids are corrupted by the machines, the android kills Summer in a moment of weakness. Ruby, distraught and weak from fatigue, ends up running away before she too is killed.
Rating: T or M

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [NieR]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: In this world, materials for weapons are hard to come by; instead, weapons are made simple. To make it easier to keep their weapons, they built teleporters for said weapons to attach to their back -- although these are only given to soldiers, Hunters, and Huntresses. Ruby Rose, having received her own from the headmaster of Beacon Academy, carries a scythe, sniper rifle, and shotgun as her weapons. How will this change affect how Team RWBY works?
Spoilable Plot: The weapons are no longer extravagant and multi-useful, but are instead replaceable weapons of lower quality. Other technologies are not nearly as advanced as in canon, either; the technology will be more like a mixture of NieR: Automata's and Halo's human technologies, sans spacecraft. Also, Dust is rare enough that not only is it not tested for safety but it is also kept strictly for emergencies; Team RWBY will have some access to Dust thanks to Weiss, but they'll primarily use normal ammunition for their firearms.
Rating: Likely M

Title: Prism Tower
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: A tussle between ghosts while exploring some ruins leaves Ruby Rose with an additional three souls inhabiting her body. As repayment for this, the three spirits -- Fiora, Jax, and Jinx -- offer to teach her their abilities and fighting styles. With such a powerspike in her utility and strength, unknown dangers start showing up...spirits, good and malevolent, start appearing and make their intentions known. As she is sent out on missions to investigate these potential threats, the Vytal Festival -- and its risks -- take place, and darkness begins taking hold of Vale. Eventual heavy White Rose pairing.
Spoilable Plot: The Champions Fiora, Jax, and Jinx go inside Ruby's body, and they teach her their abilities and fighting styles. She'll encounter more Champions, but only 1(technically 2) more will go inside Ruby before the end of the story. Caitlyn will go in her a little after Vi goes inside Yang, and Kha'Zix will after he and Ruby kill Salem -- who is revealed to be Zyra -- at the end of the story. Between the beginning and end of the story, Riven will also go in Yang; Leona, Lee Sin, and Lux go in Jaune; etc.
Rating: T or M

Title: Prism Inhibitor
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Prism Tower. After the events of Ruby killing Zyra, and taking Kha'Zix's soul and obtaining its powers, Ruby deals with the aftermath of losing the 4 other souls that inhabited her body and taught her their abilities. As she is forced to take leadership of Vale's military, a new threat arises; apparently, rumors of a team of "Ghost Busters" has spread around, and the additional rumor of them making their way towards Vale doesn't bode well for the Ms. Rose. With the double-threat of the White Fang and potential spirit exterminators, Beacon Academy's faculty and students work together with Ruby to secure Vale.
Spoilable Plot: Around the end of the prequel, Ruby loses each of the souls that inhabited her body, so now she's alone but still has the powers and skills of those spirits. The team of "Ghost Busters" is actually Alfonse and Shareena from Fire Emblem: Heroes in a personal (and not yet made) story of mine. Cardin is revealed to have Tristana inhabiting his body and has been transformed by the Yordle into a respectable soldier, and he actually requests to be a part of Ruby's military. Around the time of Alfonse's and Shareena's introduction, the Champion Garen goes into Jaune.
Rating: T or M

Title: Prism Nexus
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Prism Inhibitor and last of its trilogy; branches into Story of the Reborn Warrior's storyline. Ruby accepted Lady Sefira's offer, and is now a part of the goddess' group of misfits. Ruby and the rest of Team RWBY accompany their new leader through apocalyptic events as Sefira finds herself. As Ruby loses the things dearest to her, will she still be able to hold herself up?
Spoilable Plot: The story it branches into is my own, but this story is essentially Ruby's POV throughout that story. The story ends with Ruby ends her life as a warrior with Crimson Rose -- having been given a form of immortality by Sefira, Ruby has lived for a very long time before her "True Death", and so this death is something she looks forward to as she's lived her life the way she wants.
Rating: M

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): RWBY
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Through a freak accident, Ruby is combined with the rest of Team RWBY. Forced to flee and give up her career as a Huntress, Ruby attempts to find out who did this in the first place...and maybe take some Grimm down in the process.
Spoilable Plot: Weiss, Blake, and Yang are combined into Ruby's body, and she's given all of their memories and abilities/skills.
Rating: M

Title: Roses of a Petal
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Ruby's eyes' light transports Team RWBY to a random forest, where Rakan and Xayah happen to be flying over. Xayah, seeing a non-human being among these four injured girls, decides to have her and Rakan take them to a safe place for them to heal. Slowly and surely, the four girls from a different world get to know the Vastayans and learn true teamwork from them while they try to find out how to get Team RWBY back to Remnant.
Spoilable Plot: Team RWBY after the invasion of Beacon, and Rakan and Xayah a little bit before the two are drafted into the League of Legends. Xayah becomes great friends with Blake, a teacher to Ruby, and fashion buddy with Weiss; Rakan becomes a dance teacher for Ruby, therapist and father figure to Weiss, and sparring partner/teacher to Yang. Xayah and Yang, and Rakan and Blake, don't fit well with each other and they'll tend to avoid being alone like that. Later in the story, Xayah and Rakan directly help Ruby and Weiss get together; and due to Xayah trying to get Blake to get along with Rakan, and Rakan trying to get Yang to get along with Xayah, Blake and Yang eventually get together as well. Another part later in the story is that the group finds Tristana eavesdropping on a conversation in the woods, and Ruby is able to befriend her and the Yordles; with Team RWBY's help, the Vistaiyans set up an uneasy peace with the Yordles of Bandle City.
An important thing in this story is her eyes' powers, and as Ruby learns different things (not just knowledge, but things like loyalty and such) her eyes gain new colors. She doesn't unlock a full rainbow of colors until later in the third story, and she won't unlock the true power of her eyes until around the end of the final story. Also, Team RWBY learns to be able to transform into any various species of Vastayan; Ruby and Weiss transform into birds, Blake transforms into a panther, and Yang transforms into a lion.
Rating: Likely T, maybe M?

Title: The Seeds of Growth Scatter
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Roses of a Petal. After Ruby and Weiss marry each other under Vastayan law, the four human girls are sent to undertake a trial for them to become full citizens of their people. As the ruler of the Vastayans deems them unready yet to travel back to their time, he declares their trial to be for them to find masters to learn from before coming back and showing their worth yet again. As Team RWBY departs and separates, the winds of Fate blow as those destined for greatness are steered in each others' paths...
Spoilable Plot: Team RWBY's trial sends them to find a worthy master (meaning a professional master, as in a sensei) to teach them for 6 months, after which they'll reunite with their significant other and train alone with them for another 6 months, before then reuniting Team RWBY and training for a week on their way back to the tribe. Ruby becomes an apprentice to Fiora 3 months before she battles Jax in Summoner Showdown 6, after which Jax takes her on as his apprentice for the last 3 months; Weiss stumbles upon and heals Yasuo and Taliyah before the former takes both her and Taliyah on as students in his art; Blake journeys to Noxus and brushes up on her assassination skills against Katarina and Talon; and Yang finds herself going to Demacia and befriends Garen, Lux, Jarvan IV, and Shyvana (the 3rd takes teaches her some skills with a blade, while Yang and Lux secretly teach each other how to use magic) before she's sent to Piltover and instantly befriends Vi. Ruby ends up being very capable at armed and unarmed close combat and countering; Weiss becomes deadly at her ability to predict her opponents using the wind and earth as her guide; Blake learns how to read people better, and her thievery and silent killing skills become far deadlier than thought possible; and Yang becomes capable of using her brute strength without her Semblance as well as multiply the damage she deals when using said Semblance, is able to tank serious amounts of damage compared to Canon!RWBY, and is able to be effective at manipulating magic at range.
Rating: M

Title: Wash Away the Soil
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to The Seeds of Growth Scatter. After being transported back to Remnant in Team RWBY's past, to the day before Initiation, the four meet up and become practically inseparable. Team RWBY, having been taught the essences of true teamwork and magic, uses their new knowledge and bonds to try and prevent the Beacon invasion from taking place...and take down Cinder and the White Fang in the process.
Spoilable Plot: In this second part Team RWBY focuses on their insane teamwork and bonds they made with each other while with the Vastayans, as well as their more personal bonds in the form of White Rose and Bumblebee. Not only is Team RWBY far more powerful than they were at the start of Canon!RWBY (due to the prequel and obvious time travel, as well as Yang having her arm back), but their teamwork and personal need for it causes them to help Team JNPR have the same bonds with each other and them. When the Vytal Tournament eventually starts, Team RWBY uses their memories of the first timeline to screw with the criminals -- especially with Mercury, with Yang making a complete fool of him by using Emerald's semblance against her. When it comes time for the invasion to start, Ruby and Weiss fight Cinder while Blake and Yang fight Adam. Like stated in the Spoilable Plot of Roses of a Petal, Ruby unlocks the final eye color towards the end of this story -- she does so against Cinder.
Rating: M

Title: Soaring For Tomorrow
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; [League of Legends]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Sequel to Wash Away the Soil, and the final of its tetralogy. Although Beacon has been saved from Cinder's invasion, the Atlas Military takes over Vale and shuts down Beacon Academy. Forced to flee from the cages of the military takeover, Teams RWBY and JNPR travel across the world to hopefully take down Salem and end the Grimm menace once and for all.
Spoilable Plot: At this point, Team RWBY is going in blind and doesn't know what events will take place as they've reached past the time when they were transported to the Vastayans in the past. Even though Team RWBY prevented Beacon from falling from Cinder, Adam, and the Grimm Dragon, Ozpin's death takes a heavy toll and Beacon Academy is shut down by the Atlesians. Having denounced herself from the Schnee name and fortune in the previous story, Weiss has no insurance with her former family (except secretly through Winter, who becomes increasingly tempted each day to do the same as Weiss) and so Team RWBY goes off into the wilderness alongside a full Team JNPR. Throughout the story, both teams end up having an easier time in the trials Team RNJR faced in Volume 4 (and beyond, when those Volumes come out). Ruby is finally able to easily take on Tyrian alongside Qrow without her uncle getting poisoned, although he ends up getting slightly injured against the Nuckelavee. At the end of the story, Ruby uses the full power of her eyes (as said in the Spoilable Plot of Roses of a Petal) and takes down Salem. After the fight, Ruby has a dream that she is in permanent bedrest and is irreversibly blinded before she eventually dies peacefully in her dream and wakes up. In the epilogue, Dust has lost its power after magic was restored, and the Schnee Dust Company goes bankrupt; Winter denounces her family name to live with the Roses, while Yang and Blake travel the world to spread the wonders of magic again.
Rating: M

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]; Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: "For it is in living that we achieve death. Through this, we become a guardian of will and loyalty to rise above all. Of limitless Sky, of unchained Earth, of unwavering Sea, I release your soul...and at my side, shall stand with you with my Dying Will." With a different quote from a different past, Pyrrha Nikos unlocks Jaune's aura in a different manner. Now having the ability to use Dying Will Flames instead of a Semblance, how will this change Jaune's growth through Beacon Academy?
Spoilable Plot: Pretty much Jaune getting KHR Dying Will instead of a RWBY Semblance. Pyrrha also has the same, but her Dying Will is weaker because she already had a Semblance before unlocking her Dying Will. Sky!Jaune, Rain!Pyrrha, Storm!Ren, Sun!Amber, Cloud!Roman, Lightning!Nora, Mist!Emerald, Earth!Ruby, River!Mercury ("River" being the unnamed Earth flame in the KHR manga), Swamp!Cinder, Forest!Weiss, Glacier!Blake, Mountain!Yang, Desert!Neo. Possible Sea Flames.
Rating: T, could be M depending on content

Title: Nines' Nine Towers of Nine-mareS
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Nier: Automata]; [Catherine]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: When 9S is blasted away by Grün, his consciousness is transported through the Network where he is trapped in a series of "nightmares". Left without his hacking or offensive weaponry or Pod, his only option is to run -- or in this case, climb to the top of a tower of movable blocks before he's devoured by variations of the dark and powerful feelings that YoRHa dictated he didn't have.
Spoilable Plot: 9S replaces Vincent, and the bosses he climbs away from are transformed into representations of his emotions and fears and such: losing 2B, being annoyed by the Commander, his hatred of machines, fear of A2, and so on. After he's done with each climb, instead of waking up he'll be led to a sort of "room" for an explanation of what each room represented, and is given chances to recieve assistance to confront these representations if he didn't already do so. After the final boss (could likely be his fear of 2B rejecting him, who knows), he'll be given one of three choices: 1) be transported to the past without the memories gained after the point he returns to, but is instead imprinted with his experiences which will unknowingly manipulate certain choices 9S makes, 2) be returned to the present with all the memories intact, but with the realization of his feelings comes Rampancy which will eventually cause YoRHa to target him as an enemy, or 3) be returned to the past with his memories intact, but be disconnected from YoRHa and treated as an enemy from the start until he finds 2B and explains his situation. Option 1 will be Law, Option 2 will be Neutral, and Option 3 will be Chaos; the existence of negative aspects for each option ties in with Nier: Automata's "nihilism" aspect while keeping with the core aspect of Catherine's "make my own choices" process.
Rating: M

Title: Nines' Choice of Law
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Nier: Automata]; [Catherine]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: 9S makes the choice to go back in time without his memories, with the promise of his time in the nightmares affecting the decisions he'll make. As 9S and 2B travel around as partners, the Scanner unit comes to realize his feelings for 2B at an ease unnatural for an android such as he. Having to reevaluate not only himself but all androids and even the machines, he makes certain decisions that may change the fate of YoRHa altogether...
Spoilable Plot: 9S chooses Option 1 from Nines' Nine Towers of Nine-mareS. Without the memories, the experiences that shape his actions are assumed to be caused by something else, and with no reliable explanations available, the only answer he's left with is that YoRHa's Commander is lying about emotions. This makes him doubt the Commander's intentions, which causes him to make decisions that somewhat alter the events that take place normally.
Rating: M

Title: Nines' Choice of Neutrality
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Nier: Automata]; [Catherine]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: 9S makes the choice to stay in the present with his memories intact. Making decisions in his current timeline with direct influence from the "nightmares", 9S fully realizes his feelings for his partner. Unfortunately, as YoRHa both prohibits emotions and eliminates anything potentially seen as a logic-based virus, the Bunker assumes his realizations to be due to such a virus and decide to outlaw him -- and 2B when she starts to agree with 9S's logic and feelings. As both androids explore and experiment with their human-like feelings, as well as reevaluating their opinions on the emotions of androids and machines alike, they make decisions that irreversibly alter the fate of YoRHa altogether...
Spoilable Plot: 9S chooses Option 2 from Nines' Nine Towers of Nine-mareS. With the memories he gained from the nightmares, as well as the counseling after each nightmare helping him through each representation of the feelings each nightmare represented, his new logic is seen as a virus in the eyes of YoRHa. Urging 2B and affirming to her that a virus is not the case, the two reject the orders to get 9S fixed and are therefore treated as threats and criminals to YoRHa. As the two experiment with their newfound feelings while they explore and research the machines while staying out of reach from YoRHa, 6O gets curious from 9S' conversation with the Commander and decides to take a chance and steals a flight unit under the Bunker's noses so she can meet up with them. The commotion from all of this happening draws Eve into the open, where 6O and the androids chasing after her and the two she is going to decide to group up and fight the machine. As the fight is ended, the three outlawed androids are eliminated as threats; due to the impact 2B and 9S had on the village and Resistance, the two groups treat YoRHa as enemies and fight against them.
Rating: M

Title: Nines' Choice of Chaos
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Nier: Automata]; [Catherine]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: 9S makes the choice to go back in time with his memories intact. Making event-changing decisions based on his experiences from the "nightmares", he is almost immediately treated as an enemy to YoRHa before he and 2B even defeat the Goliath. Since the two haven't bonded much at all at this point, 2B treats 9S like the rest of YoRHa do and chases him off. When he eventually is able to confront her alone, he is able to convince her that he's not an enemy -- but that he is an enemy to the Commander, who is lying and withholding information about the androids and their emotions. Forced to make the decision to either follow YoRHa law or become an outlaw with 9S, 2B makes her choice...
Spoilable Plot: 9S chooses Option 3 from Nines' Nine Towers of Nine-mareS. He has the memories from the nightmares AND goes back in time. Like in Option 2, his change in attitude gets him thrown out of YoRHa...unlike in Option 2, his bond with the current 2B is lacking and she therefore treats him as an enemy. When he later on meets with her and explains himself, she can either travel with him like in Option 2 or kill him. If she takes the Option 2 route, the same result will happen except 2B won't have nearly as much influence in the Resistance Camp or Machine Village to the point where they won't retaliate against YoRHa; if she kills him, she will end up having to live with the fact she killed him in cold blood, until A2 eventually confronts her after having watched her for awhile and eliminates 2B as a mercy.
Rating: M

Title: A Garden of White Roses Stained Red With Thorns
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Kingdom Hearts]; [League of Legends]; [Kid Icarus]; [RWBY]; [Final Fantasy]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: A princess hiding her magic prowess in a kingdom where casting magic is a death sentence, a goddess secretly in love with the sole angel serving under another, and a young and bubbly huntress living her fairy tale in a world lost in pain and suffering. Each of these lose everything dearest to them from separate Heartless invasions, and are given Keyblades to shine as a beacon for those lost. With past friends and enemies of each woman accompanying them, each party takes their own path to gain back what was lost to them. With Sora on his own quest to find his friends, how will the inclusion of three additional Keyblade Wielders affect the events to take place?
Spoilable Plot: It's pretty much a story where the four latter Hubs are worlds included in the universe of the first one, but Sora's party won't be the only group going around saving worlds; even though Kingdom Hearts originates from Final Fantasy, the latest is only included because of some FF-exclusive settings and mechanics and won't feature a Keyblade Wielder of its own. Lux's magic transforms her into a Wielder who is most proficient in White Magic (think of her like a more supportive version of Wisdom Form Sora, with her Crowd Control abilities in League of Legends present in her fighting style); Viridi, who loses her deityhood, wields Pit's, Dark Pit's, and her own heart as Keyblades like how Sora and Roxas wield Oathkeeper and Oblivion (think of it like a mix between Master Form Sora and One Piece!Zoro's Santoryuu); and Ruby uses a Keyblade-and-lance fighting style, using a Keyblade combined from her own, Yang's, and Weiss' hearts, and her Crescent Rose modified into a lance shape after it's broken by a Heartless. Lux is accompanied by Tristana, Morgana, and Rakan; Viridi is accompanied by Palutena (who's also lost her deityhood but doesn't have a Keyblade of her own) and Kid Icarus!Hades (who eventually affirms his loyalties to Viridi so he can help get the goddesses their powers and the Pits back -- and because of his deep loathing of Kingdom Hearts!Hades); and Ruby is accompanied by Blake, Jaune, Pyrrha, and Cardin -- the last of whom is put through quite an ordeal courtesy of Ruby and the others.
Rating: M for mature content

Title: Miss Sasagawa's Dragon Girlfriend
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid/小林さんちのメイドラゴン]; [Katekyo Hitman: Reborn!]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: After getting a shipment of alcohol shipped to her doorstep by mistake, a curious Kyoko takes a chance and drinks some...of course, being underage and never having had any alcohol before, she gets smashed and decides to venture out to the forest. Waking up next morning she finds a dragon at her front door, which then transforms into a beautiful and buxom girl around her age that proclaims that she is Kyoko's girlfriend.
Spoilable Plot: Replace Kobayashi with Kyoko, who has the ability to unknowingly use Dying Will Flames. Instead of being Kyoko's maid, Tohru will instead be her girlfriend. Kyoko will be somewhat oblivious like in the manga/anime, so many things Tohru is chastised for in Canon!MKDM will be applauded or ignored. Kyoko and Tohru's first meeting takes place after Reborn shoots Kyoko with the Dying Will Bullet, but before Mukuro makes himself known. Also, the alcohol is Reborn's. Tohru and the other dragons that appear are eventually dragged into the Mafia business, which ends up going against their "do not get involved in the humans' affairs" doctrine.
Rating: T or M, depends on if it follows the anime (T) or manga (M) more closely

Title: none yet
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid/小林さんちのメイドラゴン]; [Kid Icarus]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Plot: Miss Kobayashi dies from a stab wound, and Tohru destroys the town in retaliation before disappearing. After some time, Goddess Palutena decides to make another angel to keep Pit company and finds Kobayashi's soul amongst the whirlpool of souls. When the new and memory-less angel-Kobayashi is tasked with stopping a rampaging dragon as her first job, she finds herself facing off against Tohru.
Spoilable Plot: "What would happen if Kobayashi and Tohru both faced off in a real battle, but with Kobayashi a supernatural being like Tohru?" Pretty much that. Will have dark moments, and Tohru will likely either go crazy or commit suicide. The fight won't be a single battle, and the angel will meet the dragons she knew in her life, but in the end Tohru will regress into a crazed beast because of having to face Kobayashi after she failed to protect her.
Rating: Likely M


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Title: RWBY Hero's Rebellion
Challenge: no
Hub(s): [RWBY]
O-/X-Hub(s): None
O-/X-Hub Author(s): None
Ownership: Tutor71 on FanFiction.net
Plot: The great war was long and hard but the overwhelming technological superiority of Atlas took over, and mankind's great technological achievement of space flight took reality and became militarized. Less advanced kingdoms stood no chance to win, and the world soon belonged to Atlas. This new leadership did not bring peace but instead a nightmare, but there is still hope in this dark world and heroes will rise up and rebel. (Original summary is on story, I did what I could)
Spoilable Plot: Atlas becomes the Superpower of humanity when it discovers the ability to travel in space, and thus it takes over the empires of Remnant as its leader. In this world the need for military trumps over the need for huntsmen, and their Navy holds the joined kingdoms together. While becoming a huntsman is indeed a great honor, they must first spend two years as a cadet in an Academy to ensure that they are placed in the military if they aren't suited for the Huntsman life.
In this world, RWBY is not (yet?) a team, and they have different pasts while having some parallels. Ruby is part of the resistance going against Atlas, Weiss is training to be a Navy Officer, Blake is a White Fang spy master and part-time Terrorist in Menagerie while being an undercover huntress, and Yang is a huntress cadet while also working underground for the rebels. Qrow is on the same track as Yang.
Rating: T (could be M later on depending on how Tutor writes it, but so far his rating for the story is spot-on)


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