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Author has written 58 stories for Scooby Doo, Murdoch Mysteries, Mario, Garfield, Tom and Jerry, Batman, Justice League, Incredibles, Detective Conan/Case Closed, Courage: The Cowardly Dog, Batman the Animated Series, Codename: Kids Next Door, and Josie and the Pussycats.
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I have been a fan of Scooby-Doo and Mario games for quite a while, and once I discovered this site, I decided to write and share my stories here.
My most favourite colour is green, which also explains why Luigi is my most favourite Mario character
The music genre I enjoy listening to the most is classical music. You may also note that some of my stories do make reference to classical music works
Favourite classical music composers: Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, Bach, Bizet, Liszt, Chopin, Rossini, Verdi, Vivaldi, Johann Strauss I and II, Saint-Saens, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, Mendelssohn, Weber, Schumann and Offenbach
Nintendo's Mario franchise is my most favourite video game franchise
Most favourite animation production studio is Hanna-Barbera, with Scooby-Doo and Tom and Jerry being my most favourite H-B works
Next comes Disney. I like some of its early animation films, such as 101 Dalmatians, and its older Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy shorts, with Goofy being my most favourite character.
Most favourite Disney animated film: 101 Dalmatians
Then, there is Warner Bros., who is famous for its Looney Tunes. I more into watching the classical shorts, as the modern ones are much like junk.
Favourite Looney Tunes characters: Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Sylvester, Tweety, Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dawg
My most favourite comic strip is Garfield by Jim Davis.
Favourite superhero comic book company is DC Comics, with Batman being my most favourite superhero. I'm more into the classical Batman comics, published during the Golden Age of Comics (1939-1940s), so you may notice that I either make reference to those works or based some of my stories on those works. Of course, I do have some of my stories based on the more recent Batman works, such as Batman: Year One and Gotham By Gaslight
Favourite superhero shared universe: The DC Animated Universe, which starts with Batman: The Animated Series (1992) and includes Superman: The Animated Series (1996), Justice League (2001) and ends with Justice League Unlimited (2004-2006)
Favourite Canadian TV series: Murdoch Mysteries
Favourite American TV series: Big Bang Theory, the original Get Smart series, NCIS and its spinoffs
Favourite British TV series: Thomas the Tank Engine
The Japanese anime/manga series I enjoy watching or reading are Detective Conan and Doraemon (Not really a huge fan of those two franchises in comparison to Scooby-Doo, but the stories are actually good)
Favourite spy series is Ian Fleming's James Bond series
Favourite crime author: Michael Connelly. I enjoy reading his Harry Bosch novels
The other author whose works I enjoyed is Jeff Kinney with his Dairy of a Wimpy Kid series
Favourite childrens book series: The Bernstein Bears
Favourite old Cartoon Network shows: Codename: Kids Next Door, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Johnny Bravo
Favourite science fiction franchise: Star Trek. I find storylines of Star Trek easier to follow compared to Star Wars
Please note that some of the stories I will be writing will be inspirations of (Or make references to) several fanfics written by others, so I apologize in advance if I may have copied someone else's ideas or stories.
Side note: There will be NO SWEARING in any of my stories, not unless there's a rather serious situation that warrants the usage of expletives in a modern-day and realistic setting, though even then, expect the expletives to be covered by asterisks (*).
Next, writing slash fiction isn't on my agenda for writing stories on this site.
Also, I will NOT be writing stories where my favourite characters will be taking or are addicted to illegal drugs, like Shaggy smoking pot or all of that other stuff.
Another thing to take note of is that I am NOT a fan of writing parodies, especially ones where you destroy characters, so if you ask me to write a story that may be a crack-type parody or something that requires someone to be very out of character, then I'll block you.
Update: There will be absolutely NO SWEARING in any reviews of my stories. If you don't like the story, either give polite feedback or don't read the story at all.
Warning: Long Profile ahead!
Dimensions to be used:
Each dimension takes the form of a universe and continuity of its own. For example, I've placed SDMI in it's own universe, different than the mainstream Scooby-Doo series from SDWAY.
Dimension One: This dimension contains my modern-day reboot of Scooby-Doo. All human members of the gang are born in 1995, with Shaggy being born in New York City during the spring, Fred and Daphne being born in the late-summer of the same year, and Velma born in the late-fall of 1995. See Timeline below.
Dimension Two: Also my modern-day reboot of Scooby-Doo with aspects of my Coolsville Central series. However, Shaggy's father Sam Rogers never served as a police officer and is instead a career Marine Corps officer who was killed in action during his second deployment to Afghanistan in 2002.
Dimension Three: This dimension contains my reboot of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated.
Dimension Four: Contains the mainstream Hanna-Barbera canon of the Scooby-Doo franchise. See below
Dimension Five: Contains the early Hanna-Barbera canon and the pre-2010 Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network canon of the franchise. See below
Dimension Six: Contains my Streets of Coolsville series, which is similar to Coolsville Central with a handful of differentiations: All human members of the gang are born in 1993, Coolsville is in California and co-exists with Crystal Cove and members of the gang first met as teenagers instead of as children. Inspired by a series of Scooby fanfics that, while utilizing Fred/Daphne, also goes by the idea that Daphne's father has a strained relationship with the gang.
Dimension Seven: Contains my City of Mysteries series where, like Dimension Four, is set predominantly in the 1960s and 1970s with the human members of the gang born in 1953, and has the dark and realism of my Coolsville Central series.
Dimension Nine: A new series inspired by the recent Daphne & Velma film and the line of novels featuring the girls.
Other Time Dimensions: Dimensions where the time setting for my stories takes place in a different time (Think about the Batman graphic novel Gotham By Gaslight)
Dimension 10s: The time frame for my Scooby-Doo stories is shifted towards the interwar era (1920s). In D11, Shaggy, Scooby, Tom and Jerry runs a private detective agency in a Coolsville infested by gangsters and organized crime.
Dimension 20s: The time frame for my Scooby-Doo stories in the 20s Dimension (I.e. D21, D22...) are shifted towards any time period beyond the 21st century, akin to Star Trek. The Mystery Inc. gang are crew members of the starship USS Hanna-Barbara in all series taking place in the 20s Dimension. As the name suggests, the crew members of this starship are Hanna-Barbara characters. Most of the stories will follow the starship exploring the universe and other planets, sometime engaging in missions. Garfield Wu appears in this dimension as the commanding officer of the Canadian starship HMCS Shatner, which sometimes helps out the USS Hanna-Barbera with their missions.
Dimension 30s: The time frame of my Scooby-Doo stories is shifted towards the late-Victorian era, in a Coolsville that is lighten by gaslight. Coolsville is incorporated as a city in 1870 in the 30s Dimension, while the human members of the Mystery Inc. gang are all 17 years old at the year 1899. Garfield Wu will have a counterpart in this dimension.
Dimension 40s: The time frame of my Scooby-Doo stories is shifted towards the post-WWII era (Late-1940s and early-1950s)
Dimension 50: This dimension also features Coolsville as the county seat of Kane County, New Jersey and a major satellite city of Gotham City.
Dimension 55: An alternate universe that also functions as an alternate version of Dimension 4
Dimension 56: Alternate version of Dimension 4.
Superhero Dimensions: Dimensions where superheros are involved. Most of them will be DC Comics heroes
Dimension 60: Similar to my City of Mysteries series, but in this dimension, Shaggy fights crime in Coolsville as The Great Dane in a fashion similar to Batman fighting crime in Gotham, following the murders of his wealthy parents.
Dimension 61: On the dying days of the planet Krypton, Col-Gers (Based on Shaggy's father from SDMI), who is a loyal assistant to the scientist Jor-El, sends his infant son Nor-Gers to Earth. However, Nor-Gers' spacecraft ends up taking a longer time to reach Earth than Kal-El's spacecraft, where it then crash lands in the suburbs of Coolsville. The infant is adopted by a couple who raises them as their own.
Dimension 70s: All Scooby stories in the D70s category depicts Mystery Inc. as British rather than American
Dimension 70: Similar to my Coolsville Central series, though the setting is in Coolchester, which is the capital of the English county of Crystalshire
Dimension 72: Similar to Dimension Four and my City of Mysteries series with the 1960s and 1970s setting, though Coolchester is now a town in the North Riding of Yorkshire (Now North Yorkshire)
Note: All timelines shown for each dimension excludes alternate versions of that same dimension
Dimension One Timeline:
The events of the following series and stories all takes place in the modern-day, with all human members of the gang born in 1995.
Dimension Two Timeline:
The events of the following series and stories all takes place in the modern-day, with all human members of the gang born in 1995.
Scooby of Coolsville:
Dimension Three Timelines:
This dimension contains two timelines and both serves as a reworking of SDMI, where the events takes place in the modern-day.
Timeline One: A reboot of the series starting with my rewrite of The Mystery Begins
Timeline Two: Titled as Scooby-Doo: Paranormal Instinct and utilizes the Crystal Cove setting with a tone in line with the post-2010, pre-2015 DTV films and SDMI
Dimension Four Timelines:
This dimension's timeline corresponds to the mainstream Hanna-Barbera Scooby-Doo timeline with all human members of the gang are born in 1953.
Between 1969 and 1991, the timeline will float in a way so that characters will age once every two years, so for example, Shaggy turns 16 in 1969 and he turns 17 in 1971.
After the events of my revision to Night of the Living Doo, the timeline for Dimension Four diverges into three timelines
Timeline One: The Rogers children attends Hogwarts after turning eleven, starting with Casey in 2002
Timeline Two: The Rogers children has normal lives living in Coolsville.
Timeline Three: The Rogers and Doos are more involved in the events of the supernatural world
Note: Shaggy is going to keep his werewolf powers after the events of The Reluctant Werewolf, although he can control them.
Dimension Five Timelines:
This dimension contains two timelines and contains 1980s and 1990s-versions of SDWAY and TSDS, as well as the pre-2010 Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network canon of the franchise
Timeline One: The human members of Mystery Inc. are born in 1979, and between 1995 and 2009, the timeline floats in a way so characters ages once every four years
Timeline Two: The human members of Mystery Inc. are born in 1972, and between 1999 and 2009, the timeline floats so characters ages once every five years
Dimension Seven Timeline:
Like Dimension Four, the timeline corresponds with the original 1960s airdate of SDWAY with each human members of the gang born in 1953. Main difference is the lack of a floating timeline and that the gang ages naturally.
Mario series timeline
In my Mario series fanfics, Luigi is just as widely recognized as Mario is. He already has his high jumps but poor traction from the start, and he has Kitsune and Fox forms upon getting the Tanooki Suit and Super Leaf respectively instead of Mario's Tanooki and Raccoon forms (P.S.: The difference between Luigi's Kitsune and Fox forms is the same as the difference between Mario's Tanooki and Raccoon forms)
Most favourite Scooby-Doo character: Norville "Shaggy" Rogers
Most favourite Scooby-Doo animated movie: Scooby-Doo and the Samurai Sword
Favourite Scooby-Doo episodes:
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?: What a Night for a Knight!, A Clue for Scooby-Doo, Mine Your Own Business, What the Hex Going On?, Never Ape an Ape Man, Bedlam in the Big Top, Haunted House Hang-Up The New Scooby-Doo Movies: Ghastly Ghost Town, Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner?, The Ghost of the Red Baron, The Spooky Fog, The Exterminator, Sandy Duncan's Jekyll and Hyde, The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair, The Caped Crusader Caper The Scooby-Doo Show: The No-Face Zombie Chase Case, Mamba Wamba and The Voodoo Hoodoo, A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground, A Bum Steer for Scooby The three crossovers with Dynomutt, Dog Wonder The New Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo Show: The Dinosaur Deception, The Creature Came from Chem Lab, No Thanks Masked Manx, Scooby of the Jungle, The Mark of Scooby, The Scooby Coupe The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries: Scooby's Peep-Hole Pandemonium, The Hand of Horror What's New Scooby-Doo?: Mummy Scares Best, Block-Long Hong Kong Terror
Favourite Scooby-Doo DTVs:
Zombie Island The Witch's Ghost The Alien Invaders The Cyber Chase Legend of the Vampire Monster of Mexico Where's my Mummy? Pirates Ahoy! The Goblin King The Samurai Sword Shaggy's Showdown!
Most favourite Mario character: Luigi
Most favourite Mario game(s): Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 and Super Mario 3D World
Most favourite Murdoch Mysteries character: Constable George Crabtree
Favourite Murdoch Mysteries episodes:
Season 2: 204 Houdini Whodunit, 213 Anything You Can Do... Season 3: 302 The Great Wall, 309 Love and Human Remains Season 4: 403 Buffalo Shuffle Season 5: 504 The War on Terror, 509 Invention Convention, 510 Staircase to Heaven, 511 Murdoch in Toyland Season 6: 606 Murdoch and the Cloud of Doom, 607 The Ghost of Queen's Park, 612 Crime and Punishment, 613 The Murdoch Trap Season 7: 701 Murdoch Ahoy, 705 Murdoch of the Living Dead, 707 Republic of Murdoch, 716 Kung Fu Crabtree, 717 Blast of Silence Season 8: 802 Onto the Water Front Part 2, 803 Glory Days, 804 Holy Matrimony, Murdoch!, 805 Murdoch takes Manhattan, 809 The Keystone Constables, 815 Shipwreck, 816 Crabtreemania Season 9: 901 Nolo Contendere, 903 Double Life, 905 24 Hours til Doomsday, 909 Raised on Robbery, 910 The Big Chill, 915 House of Industry, 916 Bl*dy H*ll Season 11: 1101 Up from Ashes, 1106 21 Murdoch Street, 1107 The Accident, 1115 Murdoch Schmurdoch, 1116 Game of Kings, 1118 Free Falling
Favourite NCIS episodes:
Season 14: 1405 Philly, 1412 Off the Grid, 1413 Keep Going, 1423 Something Blue Season 15: 1509 Ready or Not, 1510 Double Down, 1515 Keep Your Enemies Closer
Shaggy/Daphne: Pairing the two most popular members of Mystery Inc. is a great idea
Most favourite Scooby-Doo pairing and will be used in the majority of my stories Shaggy and Daphne have a lot in common, like being danger-prone in their own ways (Daphne getting kidnapped or falling over something, into a trapdoor etc., while Shaggy always ends up running into the villain after the split-up, and he even got kidnapped a few times (In fact, in TNSSDS episode The Scooby Coupe, he and Daphne were kidnapped together)) and having several traits in common Both of them are close to Scooby Doo They also trust each other and work well together Even before I started shipping this pairing, I always find the interactions between Shaggy and Daphne as interesting to look for
Fred/Velma: One pairing I've only started to ship recently
They've got a lot of traits in common, such as being the ones more into solving the mystery
Fred/Daphne: In the past, I have considered this pairing as a natural pairing, mainly due to popular belief and the fact that they look quite similar in looks
However, the way the pairing was portrayed in the post-2010 works eroded my interest in shipping it and using it in my stories Flirting with other characters just to make the other jealous annoys the stuffing out of me and drove me away from the pairing and is among the reasons why I disliked the post-2010 works Absent-minded Fred unaware of Daphne's feelings towards him and Daphne being spoiled and is super-obsessed with him is one bad combination and I can't see a relationship like that lasting long Fred not interested in working to fulfill Daphne's interests or needs also drove me away from the pairing Other than looks, I don't see a lot of traits they've got in common (Like has there been a time Fred got himself kidnapped or falling into a trapdoor?) My upcoming Indiana Doo series is more likely going to be the only series where I'll use the pairing, along with part of my City of Mysteries series
Shaggy/Velma: Odd pairing in my view
Even before SDMI was first aired, I could never picture them together I used to be open with the idea of the pairing, especially when SDMI initially started airing However, the way it's portrayed in SDMI further eroded my interest in using this pairing Like Fred & Daphne, I don't see much traits Shaggy and Velma have in common The only works I think provided light for this pairing will be the 1998-2001 DTVs, where Velma has a more caring personality as opposed to the usual bossiness or sarcasm as portrayed in much of the franchise One pairing I won't be using in my stories, although I did hint the pairing early in my story D31 A Ripper in Coolsville
Constable George Crabtree/Doctor Emily Grace: A pairing I ship in Murdoch Mysteries
I find the pairing cute The pair shares plenty in common, such as beliefs in the supernatural
MY OC'S FOR MY STORIES
Note: All of the OC's I list here are also featured in my FictionPress stories
Scooby-Doo and possibly Detective Conan
Name: Garfield Stephenson Wu (English) - 吳廣慶 (Traditional Chinese)
Date of Birth: June 23, 1953
Place of Birth: Ottawa, CCT, Canada
City: Ottawa, CCT, Canada
Family (Italics for deceased):
Gordon Wu - 吳景源: Father (DOB: May 27th, 1920) Melissa Lee - 李宜月: Mother (DOB: November 22th, 1922) David Wu - 吳廣輝: Brother (DOB: December 15th, 1955) Diana Wu - 吳婌月: Sister (DOB: October 7th, 1956) Emma Wu - 吳婌日: Sister (DOB: October 7th, 1956) Garfield Thompson: Adoptive grandfather (DOB: July 20th, 1895) Arlene Kelly: Adoptive grandmother (January 19th 1899 - April 20th 1976)
Hobbies: Drawing buses, trams and trains, playing the violin and piano, listen to classical music, solving mysteries, reading, collecting model trains and aircraft.
Languages: English, French, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese Hokkien
Physical appearance: Short black hair, brown eyes, black glasses.
D4 Scooby-Doo! A Haunting at the Ottawa SuperEX! (Completed)
D4 The Final Calculus Problem! (FictionPress) (Completed)
D4 Gunless Scooby
D4 A Musical Haunting
D4 Waltz of the Phantoms
Name: William Walter "Will" Wu (English) - 吳獷勝 (Traditional Chinese)
Date of Birth: June 23, 1995
Place of Birth: Ottawa, CCT, Canada
City: Ottawa, CCT, Canada
Family (Italics for deceased):
Winston Wu: Biological father (May 1960-July 2001) Laura Lee:Biological mother (November 1964-July 2001) Margaret Wu: Twin sister (June 23, 1995-Status unknown) Jonathan Hideki Kudo: Foster father Sandra Kodama: Foster mother, wife of Jonathan Kudo Jessica Kudo: Foster sister, daughter of Jonathan and Sandra Kudo Patrick Kudo: Foster brother, son of Jonathan and Sandra Kudo
Hobbies: Drawing buses, trams and trains, playing the violin and piano, listen to classical music, solving mysteries, reading, collecting model trains and aircraft.
Quotes: "Let's give it a shot.", "Houston, we've got a problem!"
Languages: English, French, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese Hokkien
Physical appearance: Short black hair, brown eyes, black glasses.
Significant other: (TBD)
Coolsville Central: Backstage with...Puppets Coolsville Central: A Midsummer Afternoon Murder in Coolsville Phantoms and the Talent Stars Finals (To be rewritten)
Dimension One counterpart of Garfield Stephenson Wu
Name: Elizabeth Jennifer "Lizzy" Lee (English) - 李佩玲 (Traditional Chinese)
Date of Birth: (TBD)
Ethnicity: Hong Kongese-Canadian
Place of Birth: (TBD)
City: Ottawa, DC, Canada
Family (Italics for deceased): (TBD)
Hobbies: Drawing realistic pencil sketches, playing the violin and piano, listen to classical music, solving mysteries, reading.
Languages: English, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese
Physical appearance: Long black hair, brown eyes, semi-thin frame
Significant other: (TBD)
Note: In this list, the year shown before the title of the story is the year the events in that fanfic takes place in for continuity purposes
Also, stories with short summaries in this timeline are planned stories
This dimension consists of my modern-day reboot of Scooby-Doo as well as the post-2010 DTVs, with Coolsville being the second-largest city of Ohio and located near the state's southwest corner. The gang are mainly in their original HB characters, with each human member of the gang born in 1995.
Series: Coolsville Central
This series is one of my modern-day reboots of Scooby-Doo with the title taken from the Batman series Gotham Central. While the gang will remain mainly in their original HB characters, most of the stories are going to be darker and serious, although much of the humour will be retained, similar in style to the Bronze Age of Comics. Also, this story will contain elements of police procedural.
In addition, this series contains a handful of re-imaginings of selected works, including modern-day re-imaginings of selected classic works.
2001 - Coolsville: Year One
Based on the famed Batman graphic novel Batman: Year One. Lieutenant Sam Rogers is transferred back to the Coolsville Police Department after 16 years serving with the NYPD, only to find the Coolsville is pretty much the same way as it was when he left following an incident. Meanwhile, after returning home from overseas, Radley Crown considers taking action to combat crime in Coolsville.
2003 - Hyde and Seek
A modern-day reimagining of the Dynomutt, Dog Wonder series premiere Everyone Hyde! and sequel to Coolsville: Year One. The group that eventually became the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency gets their first taste of detective work when a hideous Mr. Hyde begins terrifying Coolsville.
2006 - Dawn of Justice: Part I
A Batman and Superman story that functions as my retelling of both the Superman: TAS three-part episode World's Finest and the 2016 DC Extended Universe film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which tells the story on how Superman and Batman first met each other in my Coolsville Central series.
2008 - A Case of Bone Heads!
Sequel to Hyde and Seek. The Scooby-Doo Detective Agency catches a case when someone disappears at their school, a disappearance associated with a trio of skeleton men.
2010 - Two Silent Witnesses
Crossover with Tom and Jerry and sequel to the Tom and Jerry story The Long Journey and A Case of Bone Heads!. When Daphne gets kidnapped under the orders of a dark-clothed figure, the gang work to rescue her and in the process, they encountered a cat and mouse duo that seemed to be chasing each other all the time.
2011 - Cold Case at the North
Batman story and sequel to my FictionPress story Riddle of the School Lockers. Bruce Wayne travels to Canada for a meeting with the director of Wayne Enterprise's new regional office in the nation's capital, but his visit to Ottawa couldn't come at a worse moment, especially after a Wayne Enterprises chemical researcher was found dead in her office. Meanwhile, William's investigation of the murder at his foster father's workplace led to him uncovering clues pertaining to the unsolved arson case that claimed the lives of his parents. Complicating matters is that Wayne Enterprise's corporate rival Caldwell Technologies has been vying to take over the company's Canadian operations for some time.
2011 - The Mystery Machine
Story based on the 2013 Paul Walker film Vehicle 19 and crossover with Batman. During a trip to Gotham City, a mix-up caused Mystery Inc. to pick up an unmarked police undercover van containing a gun, cell phone and a tied up woman who turns out to be a whistleblower at the car rental, a mix-up that led to Mystery Inc. being pursued by Gotham City police as they found themselves uncovering a major scandal that reaches deep into Gotham City politics with connections to the Gotham City Police Department and possible links to Coolsville. Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Sam Rogers has to deal with the fallout from a police brutality incident in Coolsville after four officers were caught viciously beating a robbery suspect on tape by a passerby.
2012 - Backstage with...Puppets
This reimagining of the SDWAY episode The Backstage Rage also features my FictionPress character William Wu in his debut in the Coolsville Central series, though he had already met Mystery Inc. a year prior to the events of this story. William's high school orchestra is to have a concert in a theater that is haunted by a phantom and puppets that seem to come alive.
2012 - Scars of War
This story functions as a crossover between Scooby-Doo and Justice League, though none of the Justice Leaguers are featured. Instead, two supporting characters from the DC Universe makes their appearance in this story, namely General Sam Lane and General Wade Eiling, and takes place about a month after the events of Backstage with...Puppets. Chief of Police Sam Rogers must confront his military past when a U.S. Army master sergeant from the 11th Division based in Fort Gourd is found murdered.
2012 - The Crown Scooby
Story partially based on TNSD Mysteries episode Sherlock Doo and the Tom and Jerry film Tom & Jerry Meets Sherlock Holmes, with some elements from Johnny English. During the summer, the gang travels to London, England as they took part in the annual Sir Arthur Canon Doyle Mystery Solvers Contest. However, trouble seems to follow the gang wherever they go, and things turned complicated when a string of armed robberies shook London and Fred, Velma and Daphne are arrested for the crimes. While on the run, Shaggy and Scooby encountered a teenage girl whose mannerisms and investigation techniques bore resemblance to their friend William Wu. With her help, they set off to solve the case and clear their names, where in the process, they uncover a conspiracy that may threaten the British monarchy.
2012 - A Midsummer Afternoon Murder in Coolsville
Sequel to The Crown Scooby and crossover with Detective Conan/Case Closed and also features William Wu. The gang and William find themselves teamed up with a visiting famed Japanese high school student detective when a man was found dead following a train derailment, a case that becomes more complicated when the victim was revealed to be a police detective who has past run-ins with Internal Affairs, which Shaggy's police chief father doesn't fully trust due to its past associations with a certain Deputy Chief Rupert Gosnell.
2013 - Dark Heart
This story is a rewrite of the Justice League Unlimited episode of the same name and functions as a crossover between Scooby-Doo and Justice League. When a string of attacks attributed to a giant spider-like creature began leaving behind a trail of destruction and death in its wake, Mystery Inc. investigates and soon found themselves dragged into a Justice League mission involving alien technology, built as a war machine by its creators, seeking to destroy Earth, even though the planet wasn't involved in the galactic war that led to its creation in the first place.
2013 - NCIS - The Wrong Drink
An NCIS story that features my fictional alter ego William Walter Wu. When the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee - a Navy Admiral - unexpectedly collapsed during a joint press conference while on an official visit to Canada, the NCIS Major Case Response Team is dispatched to north of the border and teams up with its counterpart at the Canadian Forces National Investigative Service (CFNIS) to investigate the case when it becomes apparent that the Admiral was poisoned.
2013 - Sins of the Father
Crossover with Justice League, though none of the Justice Leaguers are featured. Sam cross paths with Lieutenant General Sam Lane again when they come upon a case that could hold the key in getting a court-martial to try Major General Wade Eiling, which comes as Eiling is nominated to be the next Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence and is about to take part in a Senate confirmation hearing that will see him promoted to lieutenant general.
2013 - A Phantom at the Talent Star Finals
Current story to be revamped with elements from the 2001 Jackie Chan movie Rush Hour 2. Fred and the girls travel to Chicago as Fred and Daphne take part in the Talent Star Finals, which takes place in an opera house haunted by a phantom. Meanwhile, Shaggy, Scooby and William are overseas in Spain for a concert, only to be dragged into a case when the Chinese defence minister, who was on a state visit to Spain, is kidnapped by Chinese gangsters, a case that eventually brought the trio on a wild-goose chase to Hong Kong.
2013 - A Price to Pay
This reimagining of the SDWAY episode Go Away Ghost Ship also incorporates elements from the Golden Age Batman story Hook Morgan and his Harbor Pirates! from Detective Comics #54, first published in August 1941, and the 2014 DTV film Frankencreepy. When cargo ships belonging to a shipping company keeps having their cargo looted by a ghost ship, Mystery Inc. investigates and soon finds themselves in danger as they realized that the scheme involves several criminals they have put away to prison. Meanwhile, as the municipal election heats up, the Blue Falcon is outed as a mob boss, which jeopardizes Chief of Police Sam Rogers' job as the city's top cop.
2013 - At the Big Top!
Story based on the 2012 DTV film Big Top Scooby-Doo! Following the events of A Price to Pay, the gang finds themselves in the outs with regards to police contacts following Sam's forced resignation as chief of police. It was something that becomes a challenge when the Brancusi Circus comes into town for a performance, only for a werewolf appearance to interrupt the show.
2014 - War
Story partially based on the James Patterson novel 2nd Chances with elements from Batman: The Long Halloween. As the gang and the Blue Falcon continue with their efforts to search for evidence of Mayor Henry Iverson's corruption, Coolsville becomes gripped by a mass killing that is a product of a major power-struggle in the city's underworld. When Chief of Police Rupert Gosnell became the latest casualty in the shootings, the gang has to work fast in clearing the case before more lives are claimed in the gang war.
2014 - Rush Hour in Coolsville
Story partially based on the SDWAY episode Mystery Mask Mix-Up with elements from the 1998 Jackie Chan film Rush Hour and sequel to War. When the daughter of the newly-appointed Chinese Consul in Coolsville is kidnapped under the orders of a figure donning a gold mask, the gang, a reinstated Chief of Police Sam Rogers and a visiting William find themselves pressured to crack the case, which comes at a time when the Republic of China and the U.S. are in the process of negotiating a controversial free trade agreement.
2015 - The Red Skull Bust-Up
Crossover with NCIS and sequel to Rush Hour in Coolsville. The MCRT team travels to the Coolsville to meet with the SAC of the Coolsville field office of NCIS, who requests their help to investigate the disappearance of an agent taking part in a deep undercover assignment, a disappearance that came as the Coolsville office is left severely short-staffed following a massive reorganization that came in the aftermath of an internal investigation regarding the Coolsville office's practices. Meanwhile, Chief Sam Rogers of the Coolsville Police Department finds himself revisiting his wartime past yet again when a body turns up in the city's Docklands and he ends up crossing paths with a NCIS agent who was a Marine gunnery sergeant that served with him on Joint Task Force Five-Delta back in Desert Storm.
2015 - A Mid-Scooby Murder
Crossover with Midsomer Murders and sequel to The Red Skull Bust-up. The gang visits England as Shaggy takes part in a cross-country marathon race in Midsomer, a race that was put on hold following the death of one of the racers.
2015 - Fallout
Crossover with NCIS and Justice League and spiritual sequel to The Red Skull Bust-Up. Chief Sam Rogers of the Coolsville Police Department finds himself teaming up with NCIS's MCRT when the commander of the 9th Marine Division based in Fort Gound, who served with him in the Gulf War, disappears on the eve of him about to deliver a crucial testimony in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee, a case that makes a dangerous turn when several former members of Join Task Force Five-Delta turned up murdered. Meanwhile, Lieutenant General Sam Lane has received a promotion to General and is due to take command of the U.S. Advanced Forces and Material Command.
2016 - Presidential Election Blues
As the year's presidential election heats up, it has become clear that the election is about to become one of the most divisive elections in U.S. history with many cities on edge, and things are no different in Coolsville. Mystery Inc. also find themselves getting squeezed by the increased division, especially after they're called in to investigate reports of a haunting at the local Federal Election Commission office, during which they uncover a plot that could potentially influence the election's outcome, especially given Ohio's status as a swing state in the most recent presidential elections.
2018 - Trojan Horse
Story based on the James Patterson novel 2nd Chances. As the gang prepares to graduate from Ohio State University in Coolsville, the city became gripped by yet another mass killing that, this time, started with the shooting death of a churchgoer that appeared to be racially motivated, though subsequent killings reveal a plot of revenge that has deep connections to a dark secret of the Coolsville Police Department.
2018 - Continued Fallout
Crossover with NCIS, partially based on the James Patterson novel 2nd Chances and takes place roughly shortly after the events of the NCIS Season 16 premiere Destiny's Child. Chief of Police Sam Rogers teams up with NCIS' MCRT when a series of shootings targetting recently-discharged Marine Corps and Navy personnel hits Coolsville, a series of shootings that may have serious consequences as the city's underworld continues to experience dramatic infighting that could mean a second gang war is on the horizon.
This dimension consists of another modern-day reboot of Scooby-Doo, only with Coolsville being the administrative centre and largest city of Crystal Cove County in California. Each human member of the gang born in 1995, like in Coolsville Central.
Series: Scooby of Coolsville
This series is one of my modern-day reboots of Scooby-Doo with the title taken from the Batman comic series Gordon of Gotham, in addition to be inspired by the 2004 film A Cinderella Story and the alternate universe depicted in the NCIS episode Life Before His Eyes, which depicts Gibbs as having had prevented the deaths of his first wife and daughter.
2011 - TBD
This dimension contains two timelines and both consists of my reworking of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated!, where I place the series in a more realistic setting.
This timeline is a reboot where I close any of the plot holes in the episodes. References to previous incarnations of the franchise will be removed in my reboot, particularly references to the 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. As a result, Scrappy Doo, Flim-Flam and Vincent Van Ghoul won't exist in this dimension and the events of the 13GSD never took place in this dimension.
2011 - The Mystery Begins
2012 - Beware the Beast from Below!
2012 - The Creeping Creatures
2012 - The Secret of the Ghost Rig
2012 - The Man Crab Strikes!
2012 - Attack of the Niños Horrifico!
2012 - The Story of Alice May!
2012 - In Fear of the Phantom!
2012 - The Grasp of the Gnome!
2012 - Battle of the Humongonauts!
2012 - Howl of the Fright Hound
2012 - Mystery Solvers Club State Finals
Under the powers of hypnotism, Shaggy tries to recall details of the Mystery Solvers Club State Finals he and the gang took part in after he suffered from brief memory-loss during a mystery.
2012 - Death Justice
After the disappearance of several sheriff deputies, all of whom were targeted by the Ghost of Death Justice, Sheriff Stone enlists the help from Mystery Inc. to investigate the strings of disappearances, and in the process, the gang uncovered an ugly scandal that plagued the police department years ago when a robbery suspect was killed by the arresting deputy.
For this timeline, the stories in this series is closer in line with the SDMI, and while I'm still making changes to the characterizations of the characters, plenty of elements from the series is going to be utilized.
2009 - Beware of the Beast from Below!
Unlike the episode or D3-1 rewrite of the same name, this rewrite of the episode in question functions as the origin story with its own storyline. Shaggy is newly transferred to Coolsville Central High School, where he finds himself in the same situation as he was back in New York - largely alone with no friends. However, he finds himself with some unexpected friends when a beast attack leaves a trail of destruction and death in its wake.
2010 - The Creeping Creatures
2010 - The Secret of the Ghost Rig
2010 - Revenge of the Man-Crab!
This fourth installment of Paranormal Instincts is a crossover with NCIS, taking place during the events of Season 7 of the series. The Major Case Response Team is called in to investigate the suspicious death of a Marine in Crystal Cove. Teaming up with Mystery Inc., the case soon leads them to a classified military mission from years ago, code-named "Man Crab", a mission in which Special Agent Gibbs, Sheriff Stone, former Mayor Strickland and Shaggy's late-father had taken part in.
This dimension consists of my revision and expansion of the standard Hanna-Barbera canon of the Scooby-Doo franchise, and it will consist of stories that links each series of the Hanna-Barbera canon together, rewrites of selected episodes from the 1970s and 1980s, rewrites of the Superstar 10 films and a reboot of 13GSD.
Also, in this dimension, Coolsville and Big City are twin cities located in on opposite sides of a bay located in Southern California near the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
Also, in terms for world affairs and boundaries, Dimension Four is going to be semi-anachronistic, so for instance, the German Empire, Austria-Hungary and several defunct monarchies still exist in the present-day, aside from a few modifications.
In addition, Shaggy is becoming a medical doctor in this dimension, and my revisions of the post-1983 works will incorporate some of the darkness and realism from the first four DTVs.
Youtube Playlist - Contains a list of videos with music mentioned in the stories
1968 - A Coolsville Central High School Story
Two mysteries in Coolsville Central High School forms a solid friendship between three California teens, a transfer from Ohio and a dog. Origin Story
1969 - Scooby-Doo and the Railway Phantom
Sequel to A Coolsville Central High School Story and takes place prior to the events of SDWAY's What a Night for a Knight!. Shaggy's participation in the school's driver's training course is in jeopardy when a phantom's appearance threatens the cancellation of the course.
1969-1970 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?: I'll be increasing Shaggy and Scooby's roles in solving the mystery in selected episodes, particularly the Season 2 episodes, as well as close any of the plot holes from any of the episodes
1970 - A Haunting at the Ottawa SuperEX
That summer, the gang travels to Ottawa, Canada for the city's annual SuperEx. However, the exhibition is interrupted by wax figures coming alive, and while investigating the case, they found help from an air cadet flight sergeant. First appearance of my fictional alter ego Garfield Stephenson Wu.
1971 - Showdown in Tumbleweed County!:
Rewrite of the most-recent Scooby DTV animated film Shaggy's Showdown!
1972 - Le Fantôme dans le Place des Arts
Sequel to both Showdown in Tumbleweed County! and my FictionPress story The Final Calculus Problem, in addition to incorporating elements from Stage Fright and Mystery Solvers State Finals. Mystery Inc. and the other groups of mystery-solvers travels to Montreal, Canada to take part in a music contest, where they met up with Garfield Wu, who is in town - along with the Royal Canadian Air Cadet Youth Orchestra - for a concert at the Place des Arts, which is also where the music contest takes place at. Preparations for the concert and contest is disrupted, though, when the concert venue is haunted by a phantom.
1972 - Legend of the Vampire:
The events of the 2002 DTV film Legend of the Vampire is moved thirty years back, where the gang travels to Australia and meets the Hex Girls for the first time.
1972-1973 The New Scooby-Doo Movies:
Like SDWAY, I'll be rewriting selected episodes for a realistic setting and increasing Shaggy and Scooby's roles.
1973 - A Study in Wand Smoke
Rewrite of the 2010 DTV film Abracadabra Doo and functions as a backdoor pilot for the new Garfield Wu series Chronicles of the Dragon Instinctor and depicts the gang's first encounter with the wizarding world.
1973 - Monster of Mexico:
The events of the 2003 DTV film Monster of Mexico is moved thirty years back, in which the gang travels to Mexico for the summer.
1974 - The Red Skull Mystery:
This story will detail the Case of the Red Skull mentioned in TNSD Mysteries episode Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo! and fully explain why the case was referred to be one of Scooby Doo's greatest cases as mentioned in the episode.
1974 - Beware the Phantom Pirates!:
Sequel to The Red Skull Mystery and is based on the latest WWE crossover DTV film. Details TBD.
1975 - A Study in Enlightenment:
First entry of Chronicles of the Dragon Instinctor and based on the 2009 Sherlock Holmes film, with major supporting characters from the Harry Potter franchise making appearances. Amidst the ongoing First Wizarding War, Diana Wu, the younger sister of Garfield Wu who's in her second year of undergraduate studies in civil engineering at Imperial College London, enlists help from her brother when a man they've assisted Scotland Yard in arresting for child trafficking seemingly raises from the grave after having had died during a prison riot. Their adventures soon lead them to the wizarding world when it is revealed that the child trafficker was, in fact, a fanatic worshiper of one of the most dangerous dark wizards of all times, who aspires to take over the wizarding world from within the British Ministry of Magic.
1975 - Gunless Scooby:
This Western-style story also features Garfield Wu and the other HB mystery-solving groups. The gang stays at Tumbleweed County for a vacation, but trouble seems to follow them wherever they go when the townspeople disappears. The group's investigation of the disappearances soon brings them on a collision course with a whip-wielding outlaw and his whip-toting gang.
1976-1978 The Scooby-Doo Show:
Like SDWAY, selected episodes will be rewritten where I increase Shaggy and Scooby's roles and closing any of the plot holes
Prequel to the first Dynomutt, Dog Wonder crossover episode Everyone Hyde!. When the Ghost of Mr. Hyde reappears in neighbouring Big City, where Shaggy is attending university for his medical studies, and pulls a string of daring robberies, the gang is on the case as they face off with the old enemy.
Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper
Mystery Inc. and the Chan Clan visit Rampoo (蘭坡), where an old friend of Henry and Stanley lives. However, they are soon drawn into a mystery when the old friend's uncle is turned to stone as a result of an encounter with the shadow of the legendary Moon Monster (月獸).
The Ghost of Bogmeyer Swamp
Prequel to the third Dynomutt, Dog Wonder crossover episode Wizard of Ooze. When a large number of trucks entering Big City disappears near the swamp, the gang investigates near the swamp in search for a swamp ghost said to be haunting the swamp and may be responsible for those disappearances.
1979 - The Samurai Sword:
The events of the 2009 DTV film The Samurai Sword are going to be moved thirty years back, where I make Shaggy and Scooby's sword-fighting skills canon to the Hanna-Barbera canon of the franchise
1979-1982 The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show:
Once again, selected episodes are going to be rewritten for a realistic setting and increase of Shaggy and Scooby's roles, as well as toning down Scrappy's hyper personality. For the shorts that were originally aired in 1980-1982, I'm going to add in new adventures for Shaggy and the Doos, with Scooby Dum and other Hanna-Barbera characters making occasional appearances in the short stories.
1979 - O Sole Scooby
Shaggy and the Doos are visiting Italy, where they encounter Garfield Wu, who was taking part in an international conference for urban planners. However, a chance encounter dragged the four into a race against time to foil an assassination plot involving a king.
1980 - The Adventure in the Chinese Food Factory
A revision and expansion of TSSDS short The Chinese Food Factory and combined with the WNSD episode Block-Long Hong Kong Terror with a basis on Rush Hour 2, in addition to sequel to Rush Hour in Hong Kong. Following a string of mishaps that resulted in them getting stranded in Hong Kong, Shaggy and the Doos took jobs as nighttime watchman in a noodle factory in order to earn enough money for them to return home.
However, the trio, along with their friend Garfield Wu, find themselves dragged into a series of action-packed adventures when the noodle factory and the American Consulate General were targeted in a string of bombings, and in the course of the case, they find themselves in a race against time to stop a corrupt diplomat who also holds a grudge against the Hong Kong police.
1980 - Take me Home, Scooby-Doo
Shaggy and the Doos are in West Virginia for the John Denver Country Music Festival, and on their way back to Uncle Shagworth's manor, they ran into Garfield Wu, who needs a lift after missing a train. During their nighttime stay at the manor, the four has to deal with a couple of burglars breaking into the place.
1981 - Spillover into Spillville!
Shaggy and the Doos meet up with Garfield Wu during a visit to Spillville, Iowa, in time for its famous Independence Day fireworks. However, they have to deal with a ghost haunting the local mill who seemed eager to put a stop to the fireworks festival.
1983 - Secret of the Lost City of Barking Blade:
Takes place between the events of TSSDS and TNSSDS, inspired by Raiders of the Lost Ark with elements from The Last Crusade. A chance encounter at his new job at a publishing company saw Shaggy and the Doos reunited with Daphne, though they find themselves dragged into another adventure when evil forces seek the recovery of the fabled Barking Blade, thought to be long lost and buried deep underneath in the lost city that bears its name.
1983-1985 The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show/The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries:
My revisions of most episodes of this series and any of the post-1983 HB works are going to incorporate the darkness and realism of the first four DTVs (Zombie Island to Cyber Chase). Once again, Shaggy and Scooby's roles will be increased in several of the rewrites.
1984 - Where's Scooby-Doo?
My revision to this episode will largely follow through with the original storyline with a few elements added. After a luggage mix-up while on board the Orient Express, Scooby disappears while trying to retrieve it. During the search for Scooby, Shaggy stumbles upon an assassination plot. Could the two be somehow related?
1984 - Wedding Bell Boos!
My rewrite of this episode will increase Shaggy and Scooby's roles in solving the mystery and add in more of Shaggy and Scooby's relatives.
1984 - An 80-Day Mystery Around the World
Based on the classic story Around the World in Eighty Days. Shortly after Sugie's wedding, Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos takes part in an around-the-globe trek challenge without flying. However, trouble seems to follow them wherever they went.
1984 - A Musical Haunting
Not long after the 80-day travel around the world, Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos travels to Europe to take part in a concert for amateur musicians, during which they reunited with their old friends Garfield Wu and Rebecca Lee, who are the conductor and concertmaster for the amateur musician orchestra respectively. However, the outdoor location where the concert is due to take place at is haunted by the vengeful ghost of an underrated musician who was said to have died at the location from an unfortunate accident.
1984 - A Toy Heist in Big City
Crossover with Dynomutt in which Scrappy meets Dynomutt and Blue Falcon for the first time. Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos travels to Big City to cover the art exhibition event at the Radley Crown residence in Big City as reporters, but the exhibition is cut short when a bank robbery is pulled in a bank that is haunted by...living toys. As the four investigates the case, they encountered the Blue Falcon and Dynomutt investigating the bank robbery. It is also during this time that Shaggy and Scooby becomes curious about the Blue Falcon's secret identity.
1984 - Waltz of the Phantoms
Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos travels to Vienna for another concert and reunites with Garfield Wu and Rebecca Lee. Details TBD.
1984 - Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo!
My rewrite of this episode will include adding in the appearance of Scooby's other relatives, as well as other Hanna-Barbera characters, who are going to appear in the end of the rewrite to celebrate Scooby's birthday.
1984 - Sherlock Doo
My rewrite of this episode will include Velma, and there's a good chance Garfield Wu is going to appear in this story.
1984 - The Nutcracker Scoob
My rewrite of this episode expands into incorporating storylines from the Nutcracker ballet. It will include brief appearances of Garfield Wu and Rebecca Lee, and it incorporate elements from the Tom and Jerry Nutcracker film. Velma will also appear in this rewrite.
1985 - Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers:
Daphne is added in the revision to this Superstar 10 film, and the colonel mentioned in the film will be retconned as a family friend whom the Rogers and Doos have done some favours to in the past
1985 - Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School:
When Daphne is called away to deal with a family emergency, Shaggy and the Doos are offered jobs to teach at Miss Grimwood's Finishing School for Ghouls as gym teachers. Much of the plot follows the Superstar 10 movie of the same title, only with the film being rewritten to tone down the campiness and providing a darker portrayal of the characters.
1986 - The Haunting Halloween:
My revision of the 2008 DTV film The Goblin King, where I add in Scrappy and increase Daphne's role in the film.
1987 - Buckle up, Scooby-Doo:
Story partially based on the 2005 Tom and Jerry DTV film The Fast and the Furry. Details TBD.
1987 - Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf:
A mix-up caused the Count to transform Shaggy into a werewolf by mistake through an un-reversible spell instead of turning him into one against his will, but then Shaggy has to take part in the Monster Race after the Wolfman disappeared. Googie will be replaced by Daphne.
In addition, from this story onwards, Shaggy is going to have werewolf powers, along with other supernatural powers that came with his werewolf powers, and he will learn how to transform between human and werewolf form by will near the end of the story
1988 - Scooby-Doo: The Return to the Ghoul School:
Sequel to The Reluctant Werewolf and depicts Shaggy and the Doos' return to the ghoul school with Daphne, who meets the girl ghouls for the first time. Details TBD
1988-1990 Scooby-Doo: Raiders of the Cursed Chest:
Title for my reboot of The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, where I revise the number of demons, who are going to be released from the Chest in a different way, on top of incorporating elements from the Indiana Jones franchise into the series, where a major turmoil in the supernatural world is a major backdrop of the series, the same way the rise of Nazi Germany in the 1930s was a major backdrop of Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Last Crusade.
1988 - The Raid Begins
This series premiere is based on Raiders of the Lost Ark. Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos unexpectedly find themselves dragged into a major adventure when Shaggy's grand-uncle, the famed archaeologist Dr. Henry Wilkinson Rogers, unexpectedly died in his sleep in spite of his good health. Prior to his death, the archaeologist has been working with the famed warlock Vincent Van Ghoul in searching for the cursed Chest of Demons, which vanished following the First Awakening of the Daemon Ritus.
With the warlock in poor health as a result of being subjected to a death curse that has been slowly weakening him, the urgency surrounding the search for the Chest of Demons becomes apparent as the Nosferahrer, the supreme vampire lord, is also in search for the Chest with the hopes of harvesting its power to render his rising army as invincible.
1988 - To All Ghouls I Loved Before
1989 - Joaquín Fernando Díaz
The gang deals with a demon whose powers can trap victims in their worst nightmares, nightmares that are built around their most painful memories. Flim Flam was unfortunately targetted by the demon, and while the gang works to defeat the demon, they also have to contend with aspects of Flim Flam's past, particularly the tragic circumstances that led to him becoming an orphan and living under Vincent Van Ghoul's wing.
1989 - Riddle of the Rex Monster
During an attempt to capture the demon Cornelius, Scrappy starts acting weird and gains the ability to transform into a Rex monster with destructive results.
1989 - Scrappy and Flim-Flam Incorporated
After a disaster in trying to capture the demon Gosnellon, the gang ends up in an alternate reality where there's no common sense, as well as a group of meddling kids that turned out to be their counterparts in that reality - a reality where Scrappy and Flim Flam are both not to be spoken of and the Mystery Inc. gang are about to break up. A crossover between the series and SDMI (Not my reboot)
1990 - Scooby on Scooby
After setting things straight in Crystal Cove, the gang encounters another storm and ends up in another reality, where Scrappy's name is still taboo and things are tense between the Mystery Inc. gang of that reality. Crossover between the series and the first two live action films.
1990 - Inter-reality Chaos!
Based on Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths. After setting things straight in Metro Coolsville, the gang encounters another storm and ends up in a strange new reality, where their counterparts, as well as the counterparts of their friends, are criminals and gangsters, while the monsters they've unmasked in the past are the heroes, including heroic versions of the demons they have caught. However, when the portal that separates the realities becomes unstable, the gang has to team up with alternate versions of their enemies to save the realities from destruction and capture Gosnellon.
1990 - Cat Demon on Zombie Island
This revision to the 1998 DTV film Zombie Island serves as the series finale of this reboot of 13GSD. Scrappy and Flim-Flam are featured, and Fred and Velma, who are engaged, will appear in the gang's reunion arranged by Vincent Van Ghoul, where they track down the cat demon on Moonscar Island.
1991 - The Scottish Connection:
Inspired by the medieval romance Parzival, specifically with music from Wagner's Parsifal. Preparations for Fred and Velma's wedding in Scotland is cut short when an ancient mystery and curse involving Shaggy and Daphne's distant medieval Scottish ancestors leads to a threat during the gang's visit. In the course of their adventures, the gang found themselves getting to the bottom of the real legend behind the Black Knight, specifically the tale of a medieval knight cursed to become the Black Knight as a result of a wrong committed in his quest for the Holy Grail.
1992 - The Dragon's Curse:
Sequel to The Scottish Connection with inspiration from Lohengrin. Following the birth of Casey and Fred and Velma's wedding, the Rogers decided to spend some time touring Scotland and ended up staying at Scooby's ancestral castle located in inland Scotland. However, the castle has a curse associated with Scooby's ancestors that turns any descendant of the fearless medieval Great Dane knight Charlemagne McDoo, whom Scooby is a direct descendant of, into a dragon. Things become complicated when a band of outlaws broke into the castle in search for the Dragon's Heart.
1992 - Riddle of the Runaway:
A rewrite of the 1992 Tom and Jerry theatrical film where I add in Shaggy, Daphne, Scooby and their families.
1993 - Super Doo Team:
Based on the 1993 Super Mario Bros. film and not to be confused with my ongoing Mario crossover.
1994 - Arabian Nights:
During a trip to Arabia, Shaggy and Daphne gave their children bedtime stories in the form of popular Arabian tales.
1997 - The Curse of Von Dinkenstein:
My revision of the 2014 DTV film Frankencreepy, which will only feature Fred, Velma and their children. Details TBD
1997 - The Flying Dutchman:
This story takes inspiration from Pirates of the Caribbean, particularly the first film Curse of the Black Pearl and also incorporates elements from the third film At World's End, the 2006 DTV film Pirates Ahoy! and the Wagner opera of the same title. The Rogers goes on a summer trip to the west coast of Florida, during which Daphne discovered a rare gold coin while staying at the beach. However, that coin discovery soon attracted the attention of the ghost captain of the infamous Flying Dutchman and the family soon found themselves dragged back in time, right in the midst of a race to discover a treasure said to provide immortality to one who discovers it, as well as a case of man seeking desperate love.
1998 - Ghost of the Outlaw:
Partially inspired by the Courage the Cowardly Dog episode Cowboy Courage with elements from The Witch's Ghost and the SDMI episode Death Justice. The Rogers travels to an Old West town for a vacation, but their peace and relaxation is cut short when the ghost of a notorious outlaw from long ago reappears and haunts the town.
1999 - The Return to Salem:
My revision of the 1999 DTV film The Witch's Ghost, where it features Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos and takes place three years after Flim-Flam begins his undergraduate studies at Big City University. Shaggy, Daphne, their four children and the Doos visit of their old friend Arlene in Salem is cut short when the ghost of Melissa Wilcox haunts the town again.
2000 - Revenge of the Muni-Mula Men:
My revision of the 2000 DTV film The Alien Invaders, where it features Shaggy, Daphne and the Doos. While en route to Texas to visit Daphne's uncle Matt for the summer, the Rogers encountered car trouble during the drive through New Mexico. However, while staying in town for the van to be repaired, the family stumbled upon another adventure when aliens started appearing, and during the adventure, they found themselves being followed by a lady and her dog.
2001 - Into the Cyber World:
This revision of the 2001 DTV film The Cyber Chase will feature the entire original Mystery Inc. plus Flim-Flam and Scrappy, and the video game is going to have levels that reflects the other adventures of the gang (Such as ghost-hunting in the reboot of 13GSD)
2001 - Night of the Living Doo:
The title for the 2001 Halloween television special is reused, in which Fred, Velma and their three children goes trick-o-treating on Halloween and ends up visiting Shaggy, Daphne, their four children and the Doos during a power-outage. During this time, the gang decides to tell their children some of their creepiest adventures.
The Rogers kids are admitted to Hogwarts, where they are subsequently dragged into the events that occurred in the Harry Potter franchise, including the return of the dark wizard.
2006 - The Prince and the Magician:
Story based on the 2006 Garfield live-action film Garfield: A Tail of 2 Kittens. Following Flim-Flams graduation from university and with the Rogers kids attending a magic school in Scotland, Shaggy, Daphne, the Doos and Flim-Flam travels to London for a trip. Meanwhile, a nobleman identical to Flim-Flam in appearance is kidnapped and a mix-up led to Flim-Flam switching places with the missing nobleman.
The Rogers kids live normal lives in Coolsville.
2013 - The Blue Falcon Returns:
My revision of the 2013 DTV film Mask of the Blue Falcon. It has been years since the Blue Falcon and Dynomutt last fought crime in Big City, and the duo retired from crime-fighting after an incident. Since then, a new vigilante has taken the cape and carried on with the work in a darker, destructive fashion. In the meantime, Mystery Inc.'s visit of their old friend Radley Crown is cut short when an old enemy of the Blue Falcon reappeared and started a massive crime wave across Big City.
The Rogers and Doos are involved and dragged into the events occurring in the supernatural world, such as a rivalry between vampires and goblins. Stories TBD.
This dimension consists of the early Hanna-Barbera canon (SDWAY and TSDS) and the pre-2010 Warner Bros. canon of the Scooby-Doo franchise and is inspired by the old Cartoon Network commercials and bumpers from the 1990s and early 2000s I enjoyed watching as a child, such as the crossover bumpers between Courage the Cowardy Dog and Scooby-Doo.
The events of WNSD and the 2004-2009 DTVs takes place after the events of the 1990s version of SDWAY and TSDS, along with the events of the crossovers with Johnny Bravo. Like Dimension Four, this timeline will make use of a floating timeline, between 1993 and 2009, in which characters ages once every four years, and it also consists of my revisions of the first two live action films
1997 - Bravo Dooby-Doo:
2000 - Meddling Kids in Nowhere:
Crossover with Courage the Cowardly Dog and an expansion of one of the old 1990s CN Scare-A-Thon promos. After the Mystery Machine breaks down in the middle of Nowhere, the gang find help at the Bagge's residence, only to find that the place has been struck by a power-outage. The next day, a suspicious-looking car repairman arrives and offered to fix the Mystery Machine and Eustace's pickup. Later, Courage, the Bagges, Fred and the girls decided to go to town to get some groceries, but when they encounter trouble, it is up to Courage, Shaggy and Scooby to save the day.
2006 - Operation: M.E.D.D.L.I.N.G.-K.I.D.S.:
Crossover with Codename: Kids Next Door. Mysterious Extraction Defect Delivers Links Involving New Group - Kickstarting Investigative Detectives Sector. Sector V is called in to investigate the mysterious disappearance of Sector COOL operatives in Coolsville, who disappeared during a routine extraction from a mission gone wrong. Meanwhile, the gang is trying to locate a number of missing kids who had disappeared in the block where a closed-down factory rumoured to be haunted is located at.
2010 - Case of the Luna Ghost:
Full detail of the case of the Luna Ghost that appeared at the beginning of the first live-action film
2012 - Mystery on Spooky Island:
My revision of the first live-action film will NOT feature Scrappy as the villain, nor will the gang split up after a fight. Following the case of the Luna Ghost, the gang goes their separate ways to pursue their own careers. Shaggy and Scooby works as celebrity chefs and also operates a martial arts training school that also teaches sword-fighting techniques, Daphne working as a martial arts instructor at Shaggy and Scooby's school in addition to her full-time job as a journalist, Fred a lawyer and Velma a research scientist.
2013 - Monsters Unleashed:
The events of SDWAY are moved to the late-1980s while the events of TSDS are moved to the early 1990s for this timeline. After the case of the Moat Monster, Mystery Inc. splits up for four years to pursue their own career paths, and it links the first four DTV's with that of the 1990s version of TSDS, and it is then followed by my reboot of Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get A Clue!
In addition, this universe contains the DC Animated Universe and will include crossovers between Scooby-Doo and Batman, Superman and the Justice League.
1988 - The Secret of Coolsville Central High School:
1991 - Riddle of the Haunted Monastery:
Crossover with Batman and depicts the gang's first encounter with the Caped Crusader, in addition to being based on Batman and the Mad Monk. George and Daphne Blake travel to Gotham City with the former taking part in a business meeting with Wayne Enterprises, during which Shaggy and Scooby are also in town with the former accompanying his father taking part in a police chief conference. However, things take a dangerous turn when a string of girls began turning up dead across Gotham City, all with their throats ripped out and blood drained dry like flat tires, leading the trio, onto a collision course with both a bat-shaped vigilante and a dangerous supernatural cult.
1994 - Case of the Moat Monster:
This story will detail the case of the Moat Monster featured at the beginning of Zombie Island.
1996 - TBD:
Crossover with Batman and sequel to Case of the Moat Monster. Shaggy and Scooby find themselves in Gotham City while the former was interning at the Gotham General Hospital under the direction of a reinstated-Doctor Matthew Throne. Further details TBD.
1997 - Showdown with the Claw:
Crossover with Batman and sequel to both The Shaggy-Haired and Great Dane Detectives and BTAS episode The Lion and the Unicorn. The ruthless terrorist Red Claw plans to blackmail Batman into revealing his secret identity by breaking into a medical institute and steal an experimental plague and threatening Batman of releasing the deadly plague into the city unless he reveals his secret identity. However, her plan runs afoul of Shaggy and Scooby, who were using the experimental plague for medical research.
1998 - Zombie Island:
Following the case of the Moat Monster, Mystery Inc. splits up. Shaggy and Scooby works as a medical doctor and vet respectively, Fred and Daphne work together on her program Coast to Coast with Daphne Blake, and Velma a research engineer at NASA. The rest of the story will remain the same as the original film, other than a slight change in the ending.
1999 - An encounter with The Demon:
Crossover with Batman and takes place between the events of Zombie Island and The Witch's Ghost. Details TBD.
1999 - Trouble in Coolsville:
Story takes place around the same time as the Justice League series premiere Secret Origins and also features the White Martian-like parasitic aliens from the said episode, with the story covering the gang dealing with the alien invasion in Coolsville, about a month after the events of The Witch's Ghost. When a major security breach occurs at the NASA field office in Big City, where Velma works, the gang investigates and soon find themselves scrambling to fight off an alien invasion of Earth.
2000 - The Alien Invaders
2001 - The Cyber Chase
2002 - Scooby-Doo and Justice League: World's Collide:
Crossover with Justice League and takes place after the events of Starcrossed and prior to the events of Initiation and based on Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, which itself is based on the cancelled DC Animated Universe project Worlds Collide, which was supposed to bridge the events between JL and JLU.
2006-2009 The Scooby-Doo Files:
Title for my reboot of Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get A Clue! When Shaggy's sister Sugie disappears mysteriously and several of the gang's old files vanishes, Shaggy, Scooby and Daphne investigates and discover that there are more to the monsters they've uncovered in the past than meets the eye.
2008 - Werewolf under the Moonlight
A darker and more serious re-imagining of TSSDS short Moonlight Madness, in which the entire gang travels to Austria and stays at a castle that belonged to Shaggy's ancestor from his mother's side. However, the castle is said to be cursed by a werewolf curse that affects the original owners descendent if he were to step into the castle grounds.
Series: Streets of Coolsville
Another modern-day reboot of the Scooby-Doo franchise and named after the Batman comic book Batman: Streets of Gotham. All human members of Mystery Inc. are born in 1993.
2009 - The Mystery Begins:
Like D3 SDMI: The Mystery Begins, this is a rewrite of the 2009 live action film of the same name but with modifications of its own.
20XX - Just Cause:
Series: City of Mysteries
This series is a realistic, darker and more serious version of Dimension Four which incorporates elements from Coolsville Central. In other words, there is no floating timeline between 1969 and 1991 and real world events like the Vietnam War and Watergate occurs.
All human members of the gang are born in 1953, and Coolsville is the county seat and largest city of Crystal Cove County, California.
1968 - The Mark of the Werewolf
1969 - The Falcon Begins
Based on Batman Begins with elements from Volume Two of Batman: Earth One and the Batman Beyond episode The Winning Edge. Following the murder of his parents, Radley Crown ventures abroad and eventually returns to town to stop Dr. Zin from using Coolsville as a ground zero testing ground for a type of drug that would transform people into super soldiers, which also brings the mastermind on a collision course with Mystery Inc. as they uncover a match-fixing ring involving the school football coach, who is very much determined to win at all costs.
1970 - The Adventure in the Ottawa SuperEX
Dimension Seven version of A Haunting at the Ottawa SuperEX! and depicts the gang's first encounter with Garfield Wu in this series.
1971 - Hyde and Seek!
Based on Batman: The Man Who Laughs. When a string of hideous-looking corpses were discovered in a closed-down warehouse, the gang and the Blue Falcon soon found themselves on the trail of a madman who calls himself "Mr. Hyde". However, little did they realize that Mr. Hyde's rampage was only the beginning of a far-more sinister plan.
1972 - Hyde and Seek II: Tears of the Falcon!
Based on The Dark Knight and sequel to Hyde and Seek! Hot on the trail of Mr. Hyde, the gang and the Blue Falcon find themselves in a race against time to stop a mad anarchist's efforts to bring in a reign of chaos in Coolsville and Crystal Cove. Things come to a head when Mr. Hyde's rampage claims a victim that hits very close to home, leading to the Blue Falcon making a decision that could have far-reaching consequences.
1978 - Riddle of the Jaguaro
As the title suggests, this story is a reimagining of TSDS episode Jeepers, it's the Jaguaro! into the darker and realistic setting of the series, in which this story also incorporates elements from WNSD's Block-Long Hong Kong Terror and the James Bond films License to Kill (1989) and Die Another Day (2002). While on a visit to Hong Kong, the gang is drawn into a high-stakes mission after they are accused of bombing a toy factory - which served as a front of an international drug-smuggling operation. With help from Garfield Wu and his allies in the city, the gang escaped from custody and teams up with the former in getting to the bottom of the case, which eventually brings them to deep in the Amazon jungle where the fabled Jaguaro is said to roam.
Series: Crystal Cove Angels
This series is inspired by the Daphne & Velma film and also incorporates elements from Veronica Mars and Nancy Drew. Only Daphne, Velma and Shaggy's sister Maggie are going to be featured while other the meddling kids will recur.
The girls are all born in 1995 and Coolsville is the county seat and largest city of Crystal Cove County.
2010 - A Study in Bloom
Origin story and rewrite of the Daphne & Velma film with elements from the pilot episode of Veronica Mars. Following the death of her businesswoman mother in a mysterious plane crash, Daphne and her father George, a recently-discharged Marine Corps major who was in MSOR, moves to Coolsville where George has set up shop as a security consultant.
Subsequently, Daphne finds herself dragged into a mystery when her schoolmates started disappearing in school, which saw her partnering up with Velma and Maggie, who is a cadet staff sergeant in the Young Marines and is the daughter of the city's ex-police chief turned private investigator and is investigating the murder of another student, a case that may be connected to the disappearances at school.
Series: Scooby's Star Trek
This series consists of a series of crossovers between Scooby-Doo and Star Trek, mainly the series Star Trek: The Next Generation and the main setting of the series takes place in the 2370s and 2380s with the core of the series focusing on the adventures of the new Starfleet ship USS Hanna-Barbera, commissioned in 2377.
In this particular series, members of Mystery Inc. and other major HB mystery solvers are depicted as crew members of the USS Hanna-Barbera with the human and other major non-human HB characters as the officers.
2368 - The Making of the USS Hanna-Barbera, Part I
In the year 2368, Norville "Shaggy" Rogers is a hapless cadet at the Starfleet Academy, having had only enrolled there to fulfill his late father's wish of him becoming a Starfleet officer. His struggling in academics is dully noted by the Academy's superintendent, Rear Admiral Brand, who made it clear that she doesn't have high hopes of seeing him commissioned into Starfleet as an ensign. By contrast, Cadet Daphne Blake is accomplishing a lot in the course of her studies. However, their lives at the Academy will change when they become primary suspects in the murder of a visiting Starfleet admiral and must work to clear their names.
2377 - The Making of the USS Hanna-Barbera, Part II
Following his successful graduation from the Academy, Shaggy is commissioned as an ensign and is assigned to the USS Enterprise under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. In the years that followed, Shaggy was assigned to Starbase Deep Space Nine and continued to raise through the ranks, eventually making it to the rank of lieutenant commander just as he was assigned to be the new chief engineer of the USS Steven under the command of Captain Frederick "Fred" Jones. However, his assignment to the Steven also comes with a mission from Starfleet Command: To find out what exactly went wrong in the Steven's last mission, which disastrously ended with the loss of several crew members, including his predecessor as the Steven's chief engineer, and the Steven severely damaged.
2382 - Blasts from the Past
A routine day for the crew of the Hanna-Barbera turns into a day of investigation when the Enterprise discovers debris of the USS Gosnell, which was thought to have disappeared in an ill-fated mission in 2354 and is the starship in which Shaggy's late father, Senior Chief Petty Officer Sam Rogers, was serving on.
Series: Ambassador Doo
This series is an alternate version of Scooby's Star Trek, where the difference between the series in question and this series is the same as the difference between the Star Trek prime universe introduced in TOS and the alternate universe introduced in the 2009 feature film.
Instead of the USS Hanna-Barbera, the main starship is the USS Takamoto and takes place in the continuity of the Scooby Doo and Star Trek crossover posted on the Velma Dinkley fan site, a crossover that depicts the Takamoto encountering the Borg and an assimilated Scooby Dee.
As the title of this series suggests, Scooby will retire from Starfleet and become a Federation Ambassador At-Large.
2369 - The Making of Norville Rogers
Shaggy's origin story. In 2357, the USS Pegasus was lost after a massive explosion during a routine mission destroyed the starship, where only a dozen survivors managed to escape through a pod. Among the survivors were a 10-year old Norville Rogers, his sister Margaret and their pup Scooby Doo. The siblings were orphaned as their father, Lieutenant Commander Sam Rogers, were among the crew members that have perished in the explosion. The survivors were subsequently found by the passing USS Portia under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
The stories in this dimension takes place in the Victorian era and the early Edwardian era, prior to the outbreak of the First World War in 1914.
Coolsville By Gaslight:
This series follows Mystery Inc.'s adventures and mystery-solving in the late-Victorian Coolsville. All human members of the gang are born in 1883, and the series will have stories that are Victorian-era reimaginings of selected Scooby-Doo works.
Phantom of the Library!
Origin story with a basis on Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins, where four teens and a dog found themselves wrongly accused of being behind the appearance of a phantom and team up to clear their names.
Scooby in Ragtime
Partially based on the Murdoch Mysteries Season 7 episode of a similar name and a Victorian-era re-imagining of SDWAY's The Backstage Rage and TNSD Movies' The Phantom of the Country Hall. The concert of an band at a music hall in Coolsville is delayed by the appearance of phantoms.
The Phantom Smugglers!
Crossover with Murdoch Mysteries, where the Black Knight case from SDWAY's series premiere is connected to a murder at a Toronto art museum.
The Ripper Strikes!
Based on the original Gotham by Gaslight one-shot graphic novel and following a similar plot line with D31 A Ripper in Coolsville!, which was originally named AD6 Coolsville by Gaslight: The Ripper Strikes!.
This dimension is a cross between Dimension Five and Dimension Three Timeline Two.
An AU series that takes place in the setting as my Paranormal Instincts & Streets of Coolsville series, with influences from the series Veronica Mars and NCIS.
In this series, Mystery Inc. breaks up under bitter circumstances in their final case, a case that saw someone close to Shaggy being killed after Fred's plan went wrong. Following the case, Shaggy's mother, a widowed Air Force medical officer, got transferred to Washington and Shaggy joins her in leaving Coolsville, whereupon he enlists in the United States Marine Corps and raised through the ranks before his discharge as a Captain.
Prior to his discharge from the Marines, a chance encounter with an old friend of his father's convinced Shaggy to join the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which he eventually did following his discharge in 2000, where he eventually made it to the rank of Senior Special Agent.
This dimension's shares the same floating timeline as Dimension Four, along with the gang's birthdays.
Scooby-Doo: Chronicles at the White House
An AU series that follows the adventures of Shaggy, who, as Secratary of Health and Human Services, is suddenly elevated to the Presidency after an unprecedented attack on Capitol Hill during a State of the Union Address that killed the President and all members in the presidential line of succession except for him, as he was the designated survivor.
Upon learning that the attack on Capitol Hill has a supernatural and paranormal connection, Shaggy has no choice but to reunite Mystery Inc., who had broken up almost two decades ago after a bitter fallout. Can the reunited gang stay together, withstand the tests of time and solve the mystery while Shaggy faces the task of leading the country through a crisis which the fateful attack on Capitol Hill was only the beginning of?
2014 - The Beginning
First entry. Years after the breakup of Mystery Inc., Shaggy is now a Senator from California who is the chair of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions who was subsequently appointed as Secretary of Health and Human Services by President-elect Cameron Kasem following his election victory. However, a year later on the eve of President Kasem's second State of the Union Address, an unprecedented attack on Capitol Hill claims the lives of all members of Cabinet and high-ranking figures in Congress, with the exception of Shaggy, who's been named the designated survivor. When it is revealed that the attack has a supernatural and paranormal connection, Shaggy realizes that his days as an paranormal investigator is not behind him and he seeks out to reunite the gang while struggling to lead a country in crisis.
Scooby's Spy Quest:
A prequel mini-series that focuses on Shaggy's adventures after the breakup of Mystery Inc., his receiving his medical degree and before becoming a Senator.
Scooby-Doo: 101 Great Danes
As the title suggested, story based on 101 Dalmatians, except that Scooby-Doo characters are used.
Series: Scooby-Doo: Private Eye
This series follows the exploits of Shaggy, Scooby, Tom and Jerry as private detectives, solving cases in Prohibition-era Coolsville. Supporting cast includes the beautiful but suspicious rich young lady Daphne Blake, Shaggy's police contact Lieutenant Fred Jones and medical researcher Velma Dinkley.
Series: Indiana Doo
This series is inspired by the Scooby-Doo fan stories based on the Indiana Jones franchise, discovered in a Velma Dinkley fan site, taking place in the 1930s and 1940s. Like those fan stories, Fred still takes the role of Indiana Jones, and this is probably one of the very few times where I actually pair him with Daphne, but Shaggy and Scooby are going to have a rather interesting background.
Shaggy, as a newborn infant, was found abandoned near a mountain in rural Japan by a samurai clan, who took him in and brought him up along with an orphaned Great Dane pup named Scooby-Doo.
In this dimension, Shaggy is a chicken-hearted Kryptonian whose father is a loyal research assistant to Jor-El. Like Jor-El's son Kal-El, Shaggy (Who goes by the name Nor-Ger in his home planet) got sent into space on the eve of the planet's dying days, a week after his mother gave birth to him. His spacecraft eventually crash lands where he was adopted by a police officer and his wife. Takes inspiration from the cover of Scooby-Doo Team Ups! with Superman.
The Phibes Time
Story based on the 2002 Justice League animated series episode The Savage Time. After solving another mystery at a different time, Shaggy and Scooby arrived back to Coolsville of the present-day, only to discover that the city has changed into a Nazi-running dystopian city. After deducing that their archenemy Professor Pribes is responsible, the cowardly duo traveled back to the mid-1940s to undo Pribes work with the help of Fred, Velma and Daphne's time-altered counterparts.
Series: Crystalshire Chronicles
In this series, Mystery Inc. is based out of Coolchester, the administrative centre and largest city of Crystalshire County, England, in where Coolchester is a British version of Coolsville and Crystalshire is the British version of Crystal Cove.
2008 - Secret of the School Locket
This story functions as my reworking of the recent Daphne & Velma live action DTV film, where like the source material, only Daphne and Velma are featured, in addition to being the origin story of this series and incorporating elements from the first Nancy Drew novel The Secret of the Old Clock.
Velma Dinkley is a new transfer to West Silverman High School in Coolchester, which comes at a time when she needs to fully prepare for the examinations for her GCSE at the end of the school year. However, the theft of a locket on display at the school's main hallway led to her crossing paths with Daphne Blake, whose family is embroiled in a dispute over the settlement of an estate.
2008 - Legend of the Lagoon
Takes place during the events of Secret of the School Locket. Corporal Norville Rogers of the local Army Cadet Force detachment finds himself befriending the regiment's mascot as cadets from his new company began mysteriously disappear.
Series: Scooby of the North Riding
This series shares the primarily late-1960s and early-1970s setting of Dimension Four and Seven. Here, the gang's hometown is the town of Coolchester upon Ridge Valley (Commonly referred to as Coolchester) in the North Riding of Yorkshire.
In my Mario universe, Luigi retains his classic high jumps but poor traction in the stories.
The Koopalings are Bowser Jrs cousins, and are thus Bowsers nephews and nieces. They are the children of one of Bowser's brothers, a former king of the Dark Lands, who has disappeared just two years after inheriting the throne from their father.
Many of the elements of Bowsers determination to get his son, nephews and niece a caring mother after the death of his queen, as well as Bowser caring for his subjects, are both borrowed from SSBFreak's story Mario Point Of Views Chapter 5.
In addition, Bowser and the Koopalings are going to be in supporting roles in most of my fanfics.
The Coronation of King Bowser Koopa
Under the reign of King Morton Koopa Sr., the Koopa Lands have become prosperous and a series of treaties and political unions with other kingdoms of the Dark Lands led to a political union where the kingdoms of the Dark Lands became the United Darkland Kingdom (UDLK). However, a series of disasters broke out when a group of dissented rebels launched a rebellion against the kingdom. After King Morton's death, his eldest son Prince Louis Koopa inherited the throne, but the war to crush the rebellion led to his disappearance. When Louis' brother Bowser took over the throne, he had the challenging task of putting an end to the rebellion waiting for him.
A typical day in the UDLK
My take on Bowser's daily life in the United Darkland Kingdom when he and the Koopa Troopas are not invading the Mushroom Kingdom.
Bowsers New Queen
While taking a grand tour of the United Darkland Kingdom, King Bowser Koopa and his Koopa Troopas discovers a female Koopa unconscious on the side of a road. Upon taking the Koopa under the care of his best medics, Bowser learned that the Koopa, with the name of Bowette, is the princess of another Koopa kingdom of a different culture. Her kingdom was invaded by evil forces who has plans to attack the Mushroom World as well. Determined to eliminate that threat, Bowser embarks on a quest to help Princess Bowette reclaim her kingdom with the help from Mario and Luigi. In the process, the two Koopas of royalty begin to develop a close bond, which might meant the end of Bowsers constant invasions to the Mushroom Kingdom.
New characters to be introduced:
Princess Bowette: The princess of a Koopa kingdom that was invaded by evil forces
Count Price: The leader of the Profit Kingdom with a determination to build a great empire
The Bean Adventure
While working to unclog a bathtub at home, William and Elizabeth accidentally got sucked into the drain and landed in a strange land where they encounter a set of twin plumbers that can jump high, fly and shoot fireballs and electricity, as well as two princesses. However, when Fawful launched his attack on the Mushroom Kingdom, William and Elizabeth teamed up with Mario, Luigi, Peach and Daisy to undo Fawful's work. Partially based on the video game Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.
Here are the rank structures of the uniformed organizations featured extensively in my stories, where italics denotes appointments.
The real-life organizations depicted here have fictionalized ranks.
Coolsville Police Department
Standardized Police Ranks in Canada - Italics denote Quebec police ranks
Constable (Probation)/Officer (Probation)
Royal Canadian Navy
Royal Canadian Air Force
中華民國陸軍 (Republic of China Army)
尉 (Third Lieutenant)
中華民國海軍 (Republic of China Navy)
中華民國海軍陸戰隊 (Republic of China Marine Corps)
尉 (Third Lieutenant)
中華民國空軍 (Republic of China Air Force)
Crystal Cove County Sheriff's Department
Coolsville Police Department (Only in Timeline Two)
Dimension Four and Dimension Seven:
Standardized police ranks in Taiwan
警員 (Police Officer)
Standardized police ranks in Japan
巡查 (Police Officer)
Crystal Cove County Sheriff's Department
Coolsville Police Department
Christine M. Greenleaf (218)
DC Watchergirl (34)
Gail Cregg (97)
Green Platypus (16)
Hauptmann Holmes (33)
Inks Inc (125)
Luigi 4ever (30)
NCIS Obsession (24)
Rowena Zahnrei (92)
storylover samm (4)
The Grim Writer (7)
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