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Alcatraz is a post-kaiju-apocolypse adventure fanfiction written by Ratwhisker, featuring a small group of Jaegers, namely Striker Eureka, Gipsy Danger, Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave, on their journey to escape Oblivion Bay and find a better place.

Although it is seemingly set in a post-apocolyptic Pacific Rim, it's actually set in a parallel world forged for the Jaegers as a trial of some sort to see if they're worth sending to heaven or not after they die. All the Jaegers in the real world have died somehow. It should be noted that some Jaegers are not from the same universe Pacific Rim is set in, so their cause of death differs greatly. The Jaegers don't know that they are in this 'world', however, besides Gipsy Danger, who only know this because she shares her body with Yancy, who, like all humans in the story, knows what's going on, and is also kind of psychic.

The absense of humanity has caused many Jaegers to become savages, and very few still maintain their composure. As the Jaegers come from many different universes, there are more Jaegers featured in this fanfiction then there are in Pacific Rim. 


The story (incomplete, as of now) can be found here.

Things in italics are things that aren't featured in the fanfiction, but are a part of the story's canon. Many of these subplots will be shown in detail in Tales from Oblivion Bay.

PlotEdit

The story doesn't actually begin where the document starts, but it does start with a scene featuring Chuck Hansen and Herc Hansen, one of the few human survivors in the comic, facing off against one another. Striker Eureka, one of the few Jaegers that hasn't retreated to Oblivion Bay after the world had ended, looks on. It's revealed that Chuck had killed many of the other survivors (mainly members of the PPDC and Jaeger pilots), and Herc must stop Chuck before he messes up everything again. Herc tells Striker Eureka to leave like all the other Jaegers, and his Jaeger takes shelter. During the squabble, Chuck gets his head stuck in some railing (yes, a very smart guy) and get's his head skewered, but Herc doesn't quite win, and eventually bleeds out from wounds. Striker Eureka takes this as his queue to leave the shatterdome and retreat to Oblivion Bay. Why Chuck did this is not certain, but he may of been doing us a favour, as humans are not supposed to be in this world (it's the Jaeger playground! But with a lot more death).

Whilst this is happening, Mako and Raleigh die from starvation after they decided to come to Oblivion Bay with Gipsy Danger. Strangely, Yancy is never seen in this world, even if he died in his previous life. Gipsy Danger grieves over her loss, and leaves the area to the dirtplace (the desert adjacent to Oblivion Bay) to escape the pain of losing her pilots.

A while after Striker Eureka witnessed his pilots fight to the death, he decides that the is strength in numbers, and collate all the Jaegers he can find, including his old friend Crimson Typhoon (who actually killed him in the previous life!), Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave to form a sort of group- said group were highly aggressive and dangerous to newcomers, but it didn't matter, as Striker Eureka was glad to see many of his old friends again (even though he had seen a couple new faces). Striker Eureka, of course, assumed the leader position, and Crimson Typhoon was his right-hand man.

Else where, a Jaeger named Hyena Wild (who would end up to cause more trouble later on), was confronted by three Jaegers from a clan similar to Striker Eureka's (named Raggedclan, kind of like Warrior Cats. Tigerstar is the best btw) but is more welcoming, named Romeo Blue (Jax), Sickle and Flick. He is attacked by Romeo Blue, but this encounter gives him the motivation to seek power after he saw how Romeo Blue could command others.

While this happens, Gipsy Danger returns to Oblivion Bay, and on the way meets a Kaiju named Axel. Axel is too old to attack other Jaegers, and has the ability to speak the language Jaegers use (a seperate language had to be crafted for them to overcome the language barrier). He requests that she help him, as his adopted daughter's health is weak and he cannot help her because of his age. Gipsy Danger accepts, but has to overcome her phobia of water to retrieve sea grass to help Axel's daughter. It works out fine, and Axel gives Gipsy Danger advice (don't trust the Jaegers, they've become savages). Axel tells her if she helps him out again, he'll tell her more. Gipsy Danger is happy to have helped someone after she couldn't help her pilots, and hangs around Oblivion Bay for a while.

During her time in Oblivion Bay, she meets Hyena Wild, who's wounded from a Kaiju attack. She pities him, and uses her limited medical knowledge to nurse him back to health. She doesn't recall ever seeing Hyena Wild's face around, and is shocked to see a Jaeger so small and delicate. Hyena Wild doesn't appear to be the nicest of Jaegers, but at the time, he is too awkward to ever look like the one to run away from really quickly. Gipsy Danger is one of the few who know Ravage's (Hyena Wild at this time) given name.

After a while, Gipsy Danger is suddenly attacked by a Kaiju, and instead of helping her out, Hyena Wild cowers behind shelter as she gets her ass handed to her. Thankfully, Gipsy Danger kills the Kaiju before it kills her. After she confronts Hyena Wild about this, he doesn't have a good reason to why he didn't help her. To punish him, she slashed his throat, and Hyena Wild had to leave before she would to anything more to him.

When the document starts, Hyena Wild manages to find Striker Eureka's clan after he overheard it one day, although wounded and in the rain, he manages to find one of his Jaegers, who happens to be Vulcan Specter, and asks if he can talk to Striker Eureka. Vulcan Specter warns him he's not so lenient on new Jaegers who wish to join him. He disregard the warning, but on his way to the main camp, he passes out from his wounds. Striker Eureka takes him in, and asks Horizon Brave to see what's wrong with him. When Hyena Wild wakes up, and introduces himself as Ravage. Striker Eureka is wary of Ravage's presence, but Horizon Brave sees him as a helpful new member. He is put under Crimson Typhoon's training, as he is stll a weak fighter. 

A while later, Ravage became a valuable member in Striker Eureka's eyes, and is a strong fighter. He and Crimson Typhoon got along (however, this would change later on), but any romance amongst them was very, very one sides (on Crimosn Typhoon's side, of course. Ravage isn't intrested in emo cyclopses). Either way, one morning, Ravage, Tacit Ronin and Crimson Typhoon got back from a territory patrol, and subsequently, Ravage and Striker Eureka get into an arguement. Striker Eureka throws Ravage against a wall, and Ravage decides to pick a fight with Striker Eureka.  Although, satistically, Striker Eureka is stronger, luck is in Ravage's favour, and he wins the fight when he slices a gash into Striker Eureka's chest. Striker Eureka is partially blinded from the fight, and Ravage forces him to leave, but Striker Eureka takes Horizon Brave and Tacit Ronin alongside him, and he becomes an Outspoken (a Jaeger without alliances). This is the last we see of Ravage in the fanfiction for a while.

During Striker Eureka's exile, Coyote Tango and three of his followers, Sickle, Viktor and Flick confront Ravage. Ravage is confused at first, but confusin soon turns to anger as the Jaegers start to make fun of him. Viktor is the only Jaeger besides Coyote Tango to actually talk to Ravage up close and personal, but he never tells him his name. Ravage, finally having enough, decapitates Coyote Tango easily. His followers make a run for it. Viktor hesitates, but Sickle persuades him. Coyote Tango's orginal intent was to forge to kill Striker Eureka after Crimson Typhoon had met him and told him where his camp was, as Crimson Typhoon wanted a taste of leadership, but seeing as Striker Eureka had been exiled, he then wanted to forge an alliance with Ravage. After this, Striker Eureka's Jaegers accepted Ravage as their new leader.

One or two months after Striker Eureka was exiled, he calls a cave convieniently crafted by debris and scrap metal home, alongside Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave. The two older Jaegers are more laid back in their exile, but Striker Eureka has become paranoid, as he is concerned that Ravage will come back for him. However, on a patrol, he finds Gipsy Danger. Gipsy Danger, remembering what Axel told her, didn't entirely trust Striker Eureka, and she attacked him, slicing off his T-16 Angel Wings in half. After a while of trying to convice her that he meant no harm, she had a sudden mood-swing, and welcomed Striker Eureka. It's later revealed that her mood-swings aren't just girl things, but really just Yancy taking over her body for a while.

The Yancy thing isn't really a easy thing to deal with, so she avoids talking to others the whole day and stays in the corner. Tacit Ronin, Horizon Brave and Striker Eureka have a conversation about Gipsy Danger, and Tacit Ronin chalks it up to split-personality disorder. It also is revealed that Striker Eureka doesn't know how to read after Tacit Ronin makes a reference to Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. 

During the night, Striker Eureka cannot sleep (like most nights), and goes outside and sits near the ocean. He thinks he's alone, but soon Gipsy Danger joins him. Striker Eureka plans to ask why Gipsy Danger is like the way she is, but she knows that he was going to ask, and answers it for him. However, the one who answers him is not Gipsy Danger, but Yancy. Yancy makes smart choices to make sure that he doesn't appear to be the one talking, including reffering to himself in the third person. However, even if it wasn't Yancy talking, Gipsy Danger would still be able to answer him the same as Yancy did, as she has claircognizance (she knows things, but she doesn't know how). However, Yancy makes it more complicated than it should be, which leaves Striker Eureka with more questions than answers. Striker Eureka brushes it off and goes to sleep.

When he wakes, Gipsy Danger is still asleep, but the others are awake. He tells him about his experience with Gipsy Danger, (she told him that the Jaegers don't live in the actual world, that they aren't supposed to have three-dimensional personalities and that humans are basically god). Gipsy Danger wakes however, and cuts him off. Striker Eureka decides to show her around his territory. Whilst he is doing so, he talks about a moment he had when he was still fighting Kaiju (in his previous life). Gipsy Danger is confused however, as she never experienced the moment with him as Striker Eureka mentions she was there. Their arguement grow louder, but they were cut short when Striker Eureka hears a noise behind a debris pile. When he investigates, he finds Crimson Typhoon and Vulcan Specter looking around.

He confronts them with Gipsy Danger, but he soon realises that Ravage had become leader, and the Jaegers were looking for him, as Ravage was scared that Striker Eureka would come back for revenge. Gipsy Danger manages to distract them, and they run away, but Crimson Typhoon and Vulcan Specter give chase. As Striker Eureka is faster, Gipsy Danger uses up all her energy to try keep up with him, and she is forced to face their pursuers. Striker Eureka tells her to use her foghorn, as it's kind of scary. She does, and the two other Jaegers have to stop to regain their composure, Gipsy Danger uses the time to attack the two. Although they put up a fight, she overpowers them, and they scram. Striker Eureka is in awe at how she managed to defeat them so easily, but is still scared that Ravage now knows his location.

When they return to Striker Eureka's home, Gipsy Danger tells Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave about their encounter. Striker Eureka laments  about Ravage knowing his location, and he doesn't know what to do. Gipsy Danger suggests leaving Oblivion Bay, as it's not a great place to be in to begin with, but Striker Eureka feels as if he would hold them up. Gipsy Danger persuades him to come however, and he does. Gipsy Danger suggests to go to the dirtplace, about a five days trip, and tells Striker Eureka that she knows the place like the back of her hand. Striker Eureka agrees, and they leave for there.

After Striker Eureka, Gipsy Danger, Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave leave their temporary territory, Ravage and a small troup of Jaegers investigate the place, but come up empty handed. Ravage is furious that they had given them the slip so easily, and scolds Vulcan Specter and Crimson Typhoon for their poor performance.

During the first day of their journey, Striker Eureka asks if Gipsy Danger has split-personality disorder, as thats what Yancy said. Gipsy Danger says no, Yancy is not her, and therefore has no say in what problems she has. She then says shes not schizophrenic either, as there's a big difference between schizophrenia and having a person share a body with you. However Striker Eureka asks how he can distinguish if its Yancy talking or Gipsy Danger talking, and the answer is; Yancy is serious, and Gipsy Danger likes a little fun. They soon are cut off from their conversation when Gipsy Danger comes across a small stream. Striker Eureka has to carry her over the stream, as she is scared shitless of water. Striker Eureka then asks why, as he loves a good swim (damn Aussies). Gipsy Danger thinks it may have something to do with her death, but Striker Eureka is confused, as they seem pretty damn alive, so he asks her why she thinks they're dead. She responds with a "I just do."

On the first night of the journey, Striker Eureka goes to bed easier than usual, but is plagued with a nightmare. Even if it was a mere dream, it would've been unusual. as Jaegers cannot dream in this world. In the nightmare, he faces Chuck, his old pilot, who remarks that unlike Jaegers, humans are pure beings that always go to heaven, and that he killed his peers as he believed they didn't need to go through a trial. Striker Eureka tries to tell Chuck that humans are too, imperfect, but Striker Eureka wakes before he can get anywhere. He wakes Gipsy Danger to tell her about it. Gipsy Danger is shocked at first, but makes the observation that Striker Eureka is more human than others, and goes back to sleep. Striker Eureka wonders what that dream was about, what the world he was 'living' in really was, and if he was dead, what killed him? He shakes it off, and tells himself that he's a Jaeger. It doesn't matter to him. He has more important things to do like brag about his Kaiju kill count and fiddle with scrap metal.

The next two days pass uneventfully, until day four, where Striker Eureka suddenly asks what they're gonna do once they reach the dirt place. Gipsy Danger tries to answer him, but realises she doesn't know either. Tacit Ronin asks Gipsy Danger if she had ever met a Kaiju named Axel, and she says yes. Gipsy Danger realises that she is around the place where she had found Axel, and they go to him for help. When they get there, Axel is very grateful, as his daughter is once again, in ill condition, and as his daughter gets the food for him, he's starving. Striker Eureka thinks of this as a favour he doesn't feel is worth doing, but Gipsy Danger tells him that Axel will help them. As Striker Eureka is apparantly a great swimmer, he's the one to go to the ocean. It takes him a day non-stop, but he retrieves sea grass for Axel either way. Striker Eureka is amazed at how the ocean's life had evolved to grow super large, and realized he hadn't gone swimming in a while.

When Axel's daughter gets better, he gives them some advice on where to go- when they reach the Great Lake, go north into the Great Vally. There they will meet Raggedclan, a clan of, normally nice, Jaegers. Once they get there, go east once more until you find a patch of green. There they will find a Kaiju clan full of Kaiju that don't attack newcomers at all and can talk, like Axel. Once they get there, the Great Mountains are in plain view. Climb to the peak and east of it will be a paradise. He also notes that Brawler Yukon and Cherno Alpha are there, and he is good friends with them, as they're is also Outspoken, but Cherno Alpha seems to know everything and Brawler Yukon is a good story teller, although his stories hold a little bit of truth. Tacit Ronin and Gipsy Danger bid Axel a farewell, and continue their journey.

Once they get to the dirt place, they're halfway there (there, as in the Great Lake) when they meet Cherno Alpha and Brawler Yukon. They're both very kind and wise, and Striker Eureka allows them to tag along, as they might be helpful one day. Striker Eureka then asks Cherno Alpha what's the importance of the Great Mountains anyway, but Brawler Yukon cuts in and explains that the Great Mountain hold a spiritual value, and stories say that once you get to the top, you can talk to the spirits of the humans. Striker Eureka realises that he can just go straight to the Great Mountains, as it's just north-east of him, and he asks why. Cherno Alpha says that the area he would go into is a forbidden zone. When Horizon Brave asks why, Gipsy Danger replies with 'we shouldn't go there. Striker's gonna do something stupid.'

During these events, Viktor goes to Ravage's territory with the intent to spy on him, but instead bumps into Ravage himself. However, instead of attacking Viktor, Ravage decides to talk to him. They hit it off pretty well, and Ravage requests that they meet again, same time, same place. Viktor knows that it goes against his loyalty, but he accepts the request. Viktor constantly reminds Ravage that their relationship is risky business, and might go down the Romeo and Juliet path if they're not careful, but Ravage knows what he's doing. Well he thinks he does.

When the six Jaegers reach the Great Lake, Striker Eureka is thrilled to see such a large body on inland water, and spends a good few hours playing around in the water. Horizon Brave pulls him out after a while, as she thinks he's wasting time. Striker Eureka has to agree, and they leave once again. They reach the Great Vally soon enough, however, and they're confronted by a large blue and orange Jaggedclan Jaeger with a deep blue visor. Striker Eureka doesn't think he's seen this Jaeger ever, but he introduces himself as Flick either way. The Jaeger, laid back and lazy, brings Striker Eureka, Gipsy Danger, Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave to his camp, as the other two said they'd go ahead (they've already met Jaggedclan). When they get there, Striker Eureka recognizes Romeo Blue, but cannot greet him with his name when Flick calls him Jax. Romeo Blue seems to know all four of the Jaegers 'other' names, Jay (GD), Lysander (SE), Nagai (TR, full name is Nagaineko) and Drail (HB). Striker Eureka is confused at his other name, but accepts it soon enough. Lysander introduces himself of the former leader of the clan Ravage rules.

Before they can introduce themselves further, another Jaeger, a very tall white and red one interrupts them. He isn't as welcoming as the other Jaegers, and calls Lysander a long-claw (a harsh slang term for a Outspoken). Viktor almost picks a fight with Striker Eureka, but when Striker Eureka attacks Viktor, he gets knocked away by his horn (which is stronger than it looks!), but Alexander (Solar Prophet) stops both of them before they get hurt. Viktor leaves for the day, slightly embarrased about the entire ordeal, Sickle (his father) and Flick (his brother) reprimand him for it.

Ironically, it's Viktor who shows the newcomers the territory, even though he wasn't very fond of them at first. However, as he get's to know them more, his prejudice against them fades and he starts to like them. Viktor asked why the four Jaegers were there, as they seemed like the coastal type. Striker Eureka seems a little embarrassed to admit that he was defeated by someone like Ravage, but Horizon Brave explains what happened herself. Viktor almost lets it slip that he had been meeting with Ravage, but he holds his tongue before he lets anything out. The whole ordeal leave Lysander a little confused about Viktor's relationship with Ravage, but he brushes it off and becomes friends with Viktor. When they get back, a clan meeting is being held.

The clan is discussing the possibility of a traitor in the Oblivion Bay clan. Striker Eureka ponders why its of any importance to them, but decides to not care about it. Viktor remembers that he meets up with Ravage sometimes, and tells the clan that his information he got from his 'missions' may help. He reveals that Crimson Typhoon knew the names of Viktor, Sickle, Flick, Alexander and Jax, even though they never introduced themselves, as he talked about them during a meeting together after Coyote Tango's death. Romeo Blue suddenly remembers that Coyote Tango once told him that he met a red Jaeger before, and he asked Lysander if he knew any red Jaegers in his old gang. Lysander lists 'Vulcan Spectre and Crimson Typhoon'. They rule out Crimson Typhoon as the traitor. They thank Lysander for his help.

Lysander and company stay in Jaggedclan camp for a while, and Gipsy Danger tells him a few storys from Jaeger/Kaiju legends. When they believe their time their is over, Viktor offers to lead them out of the territory. Viktor and Striker Eureka have a conversation about the land, but as the night arrives, Viktor must get along with it. He shows the four the way to the Great Mountains, and tells them he has a friend who can bring them to a Kaiju clan named Slueth. He calls, and summons Jabber, a bird looking Kaiju strong enough to carry a Jaeger on his back. Viktor tells Jabber to bring the four Jaegers to Slueth, and Jabber complies. The four bid Viktor goodbye and leave with Jabber.

When they have almost arrived at Slueth territory, the four reunite with Brawler Yukon and Cherno Alpha.


Good night! More coming soon.





CharactersEdit

Jaegers:Edit

Outspoken:Edit

Jaegers with no alliance. Mainly exiled from their respective groups, but many, like Gipsy Danger and Echo Saber have always been rogue.Edit

Striker Eureka (deceased)- a massive, broad, tall, long-legged, well-muscled, sturdy, heavy, lean, powerfully-built dirty yellow-gray male Jaeger with yellow, white, blue, black and green markings, halved wings, a broad head, strong, broad shoulders, muscular arms, thick armour, large, hefty, powerful, reinforced hands, strong legs, and has a bright, piercing, gleaming, gold visor, with a huge gash running through his chest, a scarred waist, a wound which passes through the right side of his face, partially blinding him, rough armour, and long, retractable, sharp, blades on both arms. (more below)

Gipsy Danger (deceased)- a very tall, heavy, powerfully built, slender, strong, sturdy, lean, muscular, huge, broad-shouldered dark grey blue female Jaeger with a large chest, very strong arms, slightly delicate armour, very long, powerful legs, a round turbine smack-bang in the middle of her chest, strong, square shoulders, a round head, solid hands, big feet, red and white markings on her chassis and a large, bright, dazzling yellow visor. A usually casual Jaeger, she isn't the one to focus really on manners, and tends to use the first part of a Jaeger's name, which is quite informal and sometimes frowned upon. Although she is very laid-back she is quite knowledgeable about the strange world they live in. This is mostly because she shares her body with the conscience of Yancy Becket, who knows what's going on. Yancy is so powerful, sometimes he does the talking. Although it is implied she and Striker Eureka were close, it's never actually said whether or not they were... dating? Like can robots date? Robots in the apocalypse looking for god? Hm. Died from impact force when she fell from the ceiling of a cave.

Tacit Ronin (formerly, deceased)- a long, sleek, large, hard-muscled, powerful, long-legged, snow white male Jaeger with shredded armour, massive, rounded shoulders, a long, scared, graying orange muzzle, long, curved, sharp blades on both hands which cannot retract, and a bright, piercing, yellow visor, strong hands and red and black stripes covering his frame, and scars covering his frame. (more below)

Horizon Brave (formerly)- a ochre yellow, tall, massive, lean, well muscled, powerfully framed female Jaeger with a brilliant, fierce, round, dark green visor, with strong shoulders, hefty hands, a broad chest and a v-shaped notch in her thigh and a ripped, scarred chassis, and a long scar leading along her head down to her waist. (more below)

Cherno Alpha- a large, tall dull green male Jaeger. Very wise and kind. Even though he always seems to be the the same spot, he knows basically everything that's going on.

Brawler Yukon- a bulky, stubby, gray-blue Jaeger that doesn't look human at all. A great story teller other wise. Good friends with Cherno Alpha. Heterosexual life partners.

Viktor (status unknown)- a long, lean, tall, strong, powerful, broad, muscular, sleek, bulky snow white Jaeger with red striped marring his entire frame, long, heavy, stiff legs, incredibly strong arms, large hands, a broad, square head, twin retractable 'skewers' on each arm, a backpack-like electricity generator (which also fuels him) attached to his back, smooth, glossy, clean armour, a brilliant, bright, clear, soft green visor and most notably, a long horn protruding out the top of his head. (more below)

Crimson Typhoon (deceased)- very tall, massive, powerfully built, broad-shouldered, muscular, sleek, slender red male Jaeger with yellow markings, rough, scarred, ripped armour, a scarred, long head, a sturdy body, a long spine, big, strong, large hands and a round, fierce, bright yellow visor. One of his most noted features is his three arms, and the third one has an unusual bend in the middle, and he has a metal collar around his neck, which is seemingly indestructible and irremovable. (more below)

Echo Saber (status unknown)- very similar in appearance with Tacit Ronin, except all white; not much is known about Echo Saber, besides the fact that he has always been a rogue Jaeger. He was Ravage's friend after Ravage was exiled. Suggested to be very warm to everybody, and is generally a kind Jaeger.

Ravage (deceased)- a small, lithe, short, sleek, strong, powerful, slender, white and black male Jaeger with delicate, thin armour, an incomplete left arm, strong, large paws, sturdy shoulders, a long chest, with smooth, glossy armour marred by long scars, a shredded left shoulder, with long, thin, dual tails and long, curved, strong, thorn-sharp claws and blades attached to his wrists which can be removed manually, but one of them is sliced in half, and with a grayish, piercing, sharp, clear, cold, ice blue visor. (more below)

Blackfang- a small, quadrupedal, light blue, young male Jaeger with a crowned tail used to pierce opponents. Although he is Gipsy Danger's son, he leaves soon after he almost drowns. They meet him again at the peak of the Great Mountain, but the reunion is short-lived. He meets Viktor and Echo Saber on the run and helps them keep safe until they leave.

Whitewing (deceased)- a small, quadrupedal, light brown, young female Jaeger. She has a gripper tail, akin to Otachi's. Although she stuck around with her mother (Gipsy Danger) for a longer period of time, she dies from a Kaiju attack. Her name means courage in Jaeger slang, fitting for a young Jaeger brave enough to face a Kaiju.



Oblivion Bay:Edit

Jaegers part of the clan near the coast. The Jaegers live a rough life, but they're highly trained fighters. Jaegers of high status have their fingers reinforced with small blade like weapons. Several years after the end of Alcatraz, they move to beyond the Great Mountains- a Utopia. The clan does not have a specific name.Edit

Leader:

Striker Eureka (formerly, deceased)- a massive, broad, tall, long-legged, well-muscled, sturdy, heavy, lean, powerfully-built dirty yellow-gray male Jaeger with yellow, white, blue, black and green markings, halved wings, a broad head, strong, broad shoulders, muscular arms, thick armour, large, hefty, powerful, reinforced hands, strong legs, and has a bright, piercing, gleaming, gold visor, with a huge gash running through his chest, a scarred waist, a wound which passes through the right side of his face, partially blinding him, rough armour, and long, retractable, sharp, blades on both arms. Naturally a leader, and doesn't take treacherous or evil deeds lightly. However, he also doesn't take being called weak lightly, and tends to repeat words a lot when sad or nervous. It isn't mentioned whether he and Gipsy Danger were actually in a relationship. Fell to his death as a result of a flying Kaiju attack. Also known as Lysander.

Ravage (formerly, deceased)- a small, lithe, short, sleek, strong, powerful, slender, white and black male Jaeger with delicate, thin armour, an incomplete left arm, strong, large paws, sturdy shoulders, a long chest, with smooth, glossy armour marred by long scars, a shredded left shoulder, with long, thin, dual tails and long, curved, strong, thorn-sharp claws and blades attached to his wrists which can be removed manually, but one of them is sliced in half, and with a grayish, piercing, sharp, clear, cold, ice blue visor. (more below)

Tacit Ronin (formerly, deceased)- a long, sleek, large, hard-muscled, powerful, long-legged, snow white male Jaeger with shredded armour, massive, rounded shoulders, a long, scared, graying orange muzzle, long, curved, sharp blades on both hands which cannot retract, and a bright, piercing, yellow visor, strong hands and red and black stripes covering his frame, and scars covering his frame. (more below)

Horizon Brave- a ochre yellow, tall, massive, lean, well muscled, powerfully framed female Jaeger with a brilliant, fierce, round, dark green visor, with strong shoulders, hefty hands, a broad chest and a v-shaped notch in her thigh and a ripped, scarred chassis, and a long scar leading along her head down to her waist. (more below)

Deputy:Edit

Crimson Typhoon (formerly, deceased)- very tall, massive, powerfully built, broad-shouldered, muscular, sleek, slender red male Jaeger with yellow markings, rough, scarred, ripped armour, a scarred, long head, a sturdy body, a long spine, big, strong, large hands and a round, fierce, bright yellow visor. One of his most noted features is his three arms, and the third one has an unusual bend in the middle, and he has a metal collar around his neck, which is seemingly indestructible and irremovable. Very aggressive, fierce and ambitious, although being the follower rather than the leader is etched into his programing (as said by Gipsy Danger). Will do anything for it, even if it means being traitorous. Torn apart by Viktor, Sickle and Flick. Ain't easy being the five dollar store Striker Eureka who gets his loved one stolen my some shmuck in who lives in the desert. His treacherous actions get him exiled.

Tacit Ronin (formerly, deceased)- a long, sleek, large, hard-muscled, powerful, long-legged, snow white male Jaeger with shredded armour, massive, rounded shoulders, a long, scared, graying orange muzzle, long, curved, sharp blades on both hands which cannot retract, and a bright, piercing, yellow visor, strong hands and red and black stripes covering his frame, and scars covering his frame. (more below)

Horizon Brave (formerly)- a ochre yellow, tall, massive, lean, well muscled, powerfully framed female Jaeger with a brilliant, fierce, round, dark green visor, with strong shoulders, hefty hands, a broad chest and a v-shaped notch in her thigh and a ripped, scarred chassis, and a long scar leading along her head down to her waist. (more below)

Chrome Brutus- a dull blue male Jaeger with patches of white, and a bright blue visor. (more below)


Jaegers:Edit

Ravage (formerly, deceased)- a small, lithe, short, sleek, strong, powerful, slender, white and black male Jaeger with delicate, thin armour, an incomplete left arm, strong, large paws, sturdy shoulders, a long chest, with smooth, glossy armour marred by long scars, a shredded left shoulder, with long, thin, dual tails and long, curved, strong, thorn-sharp claws and blades attached to his wrists which can be removed manually, but one of them is sliced in half, and with a grayish, piercing, sharp, clear, cold, ice blue visor. Self proclaimed leader after he exiled Striker Eureka and killed Coyote Tango. Naturally cold to subordinates, but truly cares about the ones he likes. A little bad at socialising. Was forced to leave after he killed the respected Matador Fury, and changed his name to Whitefoot. Killed by spired on the bottom of the canyon, which impaled him. His given name was Hyena Wild, but he changed it because it was a female name.

Tacit Ronin (formerly, deceased)- a long, sleek, large, hard-muscled, powerful, long-legged, snow white male Jaeger with shredded armour, massive, rounded shoulders, a long, scared, graying orange muzzle, long, curved, sharp blades on both hands which cannot retract, and a bright, piercing, yellow visor, strong hands and red and black stripes covering his frame, and scars covering his frame. He is a strong, powerfully trained warrior, and wields a katana, which sheath is attached to his back. However, he isn't the fighter type, and his scars are the result of Kaiju attacks. He is an experience leader, but is killed by Kaiju. He becomes leader after Ravage is exiled. Also known as Nagai, or Nagaineko (his full name).

Horizon Brave (formerly)- a ochre yellow, tall, massive, lean, well muscled, powerfully framed female Jaeger with a brilliant, fierce, round, dark green visor, with strong shoulders, hefty hands, a broad chest and a v-shaped notch in her thigh and a ripped, scarred chassis, and a long scar leading along her head down to her waist. Although she doesn't talk a lot, when she does, she tries to make herself known. She has a broad medical knowledge, and even though she can't save a Jaeger from a fatal wound, she can at least stop the pain. Became deputy after Tacit Ronin became leader, and became leader after he died. Also known as Drail.

Tango Tasmania- a small, bulky male Jaeger with an unknown description.

Puma Real (deceased)- a lean Jaeger with an unknown description and gender. Killed by the Oblivion Bay floods.

Eden Assassin- a male Jaeger with an unknown description.

Vulcan Specter- a massive, tall dull red female Jaeger with flamethrowers on her shoulders, dark red hands, black knees and shoulders with a yellow visor and torn armour. She stands guard outside the camp, and interrogates any newcomers. She never leaves her post unless she has to talk to someone, and sleeps standing upright.

Chrome Brutus (formerly)- a dull blue male Jaeger with patches of white, and a bright blue visor. The advisor of the other Jaegers when the leader and deputy are not present, and deputy after Horizon Brave became leader. A usually independent Jaeger with a strong sense of duty.

Matador Fury (deceased)- A very old male red, white and green Jaeger with a yellow visor. Killed by Sangai.

Hydra Corinthian- a male Jaeger with a green visor and rusting metal.

Mammoth Apostle- a Jaeger with an unknown description and gender.

Lucky Seven (deceased)- a dull brown female Jaeger with a dull red visor. Was friends with Striker Eureka as they had the same pilots. Died from unknown causes.

Clear Sky- a male Jaeger with an intense blue visor and gray-blue chassis.

Lightning Stream (deceased)- a female grey-white Jaeger with a bright yellow visor. Killed by the Oblivion Bay floods.

Dagger Storm (deceased)- a male Jaeger with an unknown description. Killed by the Oblivion Bay floods.

Quick Water- a male black Jaeger with a white stomach

Wolf Cry- a female ochre yellow Jaeger with splotches of dull reds, blues and greens and a deep blue visor.

Thunder Rising (deceased)- a male Jaeger with a dark red-orange chassis with darker stripes and a brilliant green visor. Killed by the Oblivion Bay floods.

Frost Wing- a female Jaeger with a blue visor.

Tiger Blaze- a male Jaeger with an unknown description.

Darkest Hour- a male Jaeger with a red visor.

First Battle- an old Jaeger with an unknown description and gender.

Dread Flare (deceased)- a male Jaeger with an unknown description. Killed by the Oblivion Bay floods.




Jaggedclan:Edit

Jaggedclan is a mainly peaceful small clan of Jaegers, their members (usually) respective of outsiders. However, if needed, they're fierce in battle, and are very courageous and loyal. They live in a large gorge in the Great Valley in the desert. Their terminology for the ranks is a little different. Edit

Sachbearbeiter (leader):Edit

Coyote Tango/Hastie (deceased)- an incredibly tall, heavy, muscular blue-gray male Jaeger with a bright blue visor who's always serious. Although not often lightened by joy, he is a respectful Jaeger and didn't tag along with his other Jaeger to make fun of Ravage when he first met him. Despite this, he's the one killed by Ravage. Apparantly, he was in cahoots with Crimson Typhoon, and originally wanted to kill Striker Eureka.

Romeo Blue/Jax (deceased)- a huge, muscular, broad, large and incredibly heavy navy blue and yellow male Jaeger with a dark red visor. He believes power comes to those who seek it.

Sickle- an incomprehensibly tall, thick, strong, broad male Jaeger with a heart and body of steel- he is an effective leader and listens to his subordinates always. Very loyal and dutiful, he has a very composed demeanor, and is more aware of the extent of his subordinates skill and power than others. As a result, he is slightly overprotective of his two sons, Viktor (who is more hotheaded) and Flick (who is more laid-back). He is mostly black, but has blue stripes all over his chassis. He has two 'ears' protruding out the side of his head, one of which is the normal black and blue, and the other is white to light orange to orange. These ears are shredded, however, and he has a deep red visor. He has flamethrowers on his shoulders and on the side of his waist, which is the most lethal of the Victory Trio's weapons, for obvious reasons. A sickle like blade attached to his wrists give him the name. He is the tallest Jaeger, at 90 metres. As a part of the Victory Trio, whose stats are always 5, 10 and 8, he is more defensive, with a defense stat of 10, a speed stat of 8 and an attack stat of 5.


Stellvertreter (deputy):Edit

Romeo Blue/Jax (deceased)- a huge, muscular, broad, large and incredibly heavy navy blue and yellow male Jaeger with a dark red visor (more above)

Sickle- an incomprehensibly tall, thick, strong, broad male Jaeger who is mostly black, but has blue stripes all over his chassis. He has two 'ears' protruding out the side of his head, one of which is the normal black and blue, and the other is white to light orange to orange. These ears are shredded, however, and he has a deep red visor. A sickle like blade attached to his wrists give him the name (more above)

Viktor (formerly, status unknown)- a long, lean, tall, strong, powerful, broad, muscular, sleek, bulky snow white Jaeger with red striped marring his entire frame, long, heavy, stiff legs, incredibly strong arms, large hands, a broad, square head, twin retractable 'skewers' on each arm, a backpack-like electricity generator (which also fuels him) attached to his back, smooth, glossy, clean armour, a brilliant, bright, clear, soft green visor and most notably, a long horn protruding out the top of his head. (more below)

Nova Hyperion- a female Jaeger with a blue visor.


Krieger (Jaegers):Edit

Sickle (formerly)- an incomprehensibly tall, thick, strong, broad male Jaeger who is mostly black, but has blue stripes all over his chassis. He has two 'ears' protruding out the side of his head, one of which is the normal black and blue, and the other is white to light orange to orange. These ears are shredded, however, and he has a deep red visor. He has flamethrowers on his shoulders and on the side of his waist. A sickle like blade attached to his wrists give him the name. (more above)

Viktor (formerly, status unknown)- a long, lean, tall, strong, powerful, broad, muscular, sleek, bulky snow white Jaeger with red striped marring his entire frame, long, heavy, stiff legs, incredibly strong arms, large hands, a broad, square head, twin retractable 'skewers' on each arm, a backpack-like electricity generator (which also fuels him) attached to his back, smooth, glossy, clean armour, a brilliant, bright, clear, soft green visor and most notably, a long horn protruding out the top of his head. Said horn is able to conduct electricity and can be used as a sword/bat which can be used to impale (which is painful) or simply bat away (if a Kaiju gets hit, it's gonna faint, if a Jaeger gets hit, it's going to get really, really disorientated). Quite hotheaded and a little arrogant, and is prone to get angry. When he isn't angry, he's fairly casual, talking to a mass murderer like Ravage like it was nothing. Speaking of Ravage, yeah they're gay. No more beating around the bush. They're the gayest you can get. After he and his family kill Crimson Typhoon, Viktor questions his freedom amongst Jaggedclan, and after saying goodbye to Sickle and Flick, leaves to become an outspoken.  As a part of the Victory Trio, whose stats are always 5, 10 and 8, he is more offensive, with an attack stat of 10, an defense stat of 8 and a speed stat of 5. It is unclear wether he is dead or alive.

Flick- a rather plump, long legged, strong, broad-shouldered male blue and orange Jaeger with very strong legs, long arms, thin armour, a wide, round head and a deep, clear, dark blue visor. Although he seems a little 'fat' (he was built that way), he is actually the fastest of the Victory Trio. He has canons on his arms, used to freeze his opponents (similar to the way Gipsy Danger used her coolant to freeze Otachi in the actual movie). The flash freezing experience isn't a good one. He is very laid back, unlike his father (Sickle) and his brother (Viktor), and can be found lazing around in the sun most of the time.  As a part of the Victory Trio, whose stats are always 5, 10 and 8, he is more quick, with a speed stat of 10, an attack stat of 8 and a defense stat of 5.

Nova Hyperion/Sonia (formerly)- a female Jaeger with a blue visor.

Solar Prophet/Alexander- a skinny male Jaeger.

Shaolin Rogue/Brick- a white and brown Jaeger with an unknown gender.

Broken Feather/Mirah- a white male Jaeger.

Falcon Shadow (deceased)- a male Jaeger with an unknown description. Killed by Viktor when he's pushed onto Viktor's spears by accident.

Shining Heart/Thallium- a female Jaeger with a soft, blue visor.


KaijuEdit

Kaiju without any alliance (that is known):Edit

Vaxis (deceased)- a large, flying Kaiju with a long spike on their chest and acid spit. Their gender and category is unknown. Vaxis attacked Gipsy Danger and Hyena Wild prior to the events of Alcatraz.. They are a Twister Wyvern

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A picture of Axel
Axel- an old, meek, white, furry male Kaiju with long whiskers on either side of his muzzle and a fluffy back. For some reason, a flaw on his engineering caused him to be a furry, white, dragon like creature. He used to fly, but his wings are broken. His is very friendly, and can speak to the Jaegers, although he isn't very good at it. He helps Gipsy Danger before the events of Alcatraz and helps Striker Eureka, Gipsy Danger, Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave on their journey. He is good friends with Brawler Yukon and Cherno Alpha, and has an adopted daughter. He is too old to attack Jaegers. His category is unknown. He is a Soulpeace Dragon, so he has beautiful wings.

Jabber- a bird like male Kaiju. He is friends with Viktor, and accompanies Striker Eureka and company on their journey. He is a Jay Dragon. He can understand Jaeger tongue, but can't speak it.

Sharpclaw (deceased)- A huge, muscular, male Kaiju with a body type akin to Raiju, except that he is strictly quadrupedal. He has a large, strong tail, dagger-like teeth and sword-like claws (which Striker Eureka observes). He makes his home in a huge cave in the side of the Great Mountain, and he attacks Striker Eureka during their journey down the mountain. He is killed by a falling stalactite knocked off the ceiling by Gipsy Danger, who dies in the fall. His full name is Sharp Claws of the Mountain Side. He is a Neostrife Dragon, but he is overgrown due to faulty genetics. Striker Eureka bets he's a cat. 6, just because of his size.



Slueth:Edit

An ordinary pack of Kaiju who don't attack anybody, and seem to be nice. They, like Axel, can talk, but are better at it. However, even they hold their dark secrets. They are a matriarchal society. It's also appearant that the Kaiju have given names, not the ones humans give them.Edit

Lead Kaiju:Edit

Rurl- a small, slender, lithe female Kaiju who seems wise to Striker Eureka, Gipsy Danger, Tacit Ronin and Horizon Brave when they first meet. She welcomes them with open arms, and doesn't really hate Jaegers. Strangely, she takes the form of a deer stag, with strong, bone like antlers and long legs. She also believes that humans are holy (although she is a Kaiju and shouldn't like them), but they take their belief to a higher level, and believe Kaiju sacrifices should be made to please them. Gipsy Danger, or rather, Yancy, is shocked at this. She has bright, beautiful blue skin and large, striking, colourful wings, and inbetween her golden antler crown is a blue orb, which gives others a sense of warmth and welcoming. She is a Solistial Doe, a very rare species.



Assistant Lead Kaiju:Edit

Vithural- a huge, muscular white female Kaiju with black spots. At first, Striker Eureka mistakes her for the leader for her size. She does not talk at all, and does most of Rurl's dirty work, although she doesn't mind, as Rurl is her sister. However, she is the one the perform the sacrifices and cannot talk as she has no tongue. She takes the form of a bipedal moniter lizard. She is very muscular and her body looks nearly human. She and Raiju are the same species, a Diurnal Crocodile, but the white and black spots seem to set her apart from Raiju.


Liath (Kaiju with no significant ranking):Edit

Clormangurr- a huge, dark, quick, battle-scarred male Kaiju with a missing eye, two protruding 'horns' on his head, one of which had been snapped off and a sliced tail. He has a sharp tongue, but is fairly kind. Striker Eureka makes good friends with him. He is a Glacier Dragon.

Tykhen- a great, muscular male Kaiju with a sturdy body, large wings and most notably. Although he looks like the fighting type, he is the closest thing to a medic you can get. As Horizon Brave is also one of these, he teached her many things. He often scouts the Slueth area. He is an Arson Wyvern, so he has very strong back legs to compensate for his winged arms, and can spit lava.

Traila- a female Kaiju with bright green eyes and strong legs. She is fascinated with story-telling, and forms a bond with Gipsy Danger. Traila is amazed at the scale of the Jaeger's knowledge, and tells her a good deal about the humans. She is an Arboreal Dragon.

Thethunnuiningurt- a female Kaiju with a hard to pronounce name, which causes the Jaegers to get confused quickly. She loves the thrill of the hunt, and often challenged Striker Eureka to a fight. Striker Eureka has grown tired of fighting and denies her everytime. She is, like Clormangurr, a Glacier Dragon.

Hyzalenthley- a female Kaiju with fairly soft skin and a scaley underbelly. She is quite shy and doesn't talk much. She is an Arboreal Dragon

Laburnium- a male Kaiju with a fascination with art. Gipsy Danger finds his paintings on a rock wall one day, and finds out he drew her encounter with Knifehead, which seems to be a popular story. However, they didn't know that she was the Jaeger who was in the fight until she brought it up. He is a Tri-horned Lindwurm.

Baxraul- a female Kaiju who can sing quite well. Shocking, as she's kind of a Kaiju. She is a Neostrife Dragon, a common type of Kaiju.

Ashburk- a grey female Kaiju who is known as the prophet of Slueth. She hails Gipsy Danger as a god (or goddess, whatever) since Yancy uses her as a vessel. It's a little awkward, but Gipsy Danger uses this to her advantage to get the Kaiju to believe that sacrifices weren't necassary. She is a Neostrife Dragon.

Cloveslicker- a young, bright eyed male Kaiju who think the Jaegers are kind of scary. He is a Twister Wyvern, but he cannot use his wings yet as he has not matured yet.

Therariah- a big, black female Kaiju who is almost poisoned after an incident in the desert. She is a little old and has mangled skin and a flat muzzle. She is a Twister Wyrvern, but cannot fly after she was poisoned.

Speekyeld- a slightly humanoid female Kaiju who possesses the ability to make illusions, which look like shapeshifting. She has a large 'mane' around her neck. She is an Imperial Duo-toned Dragon, so her body is split into two different colours. Her mane and tail tuft is feathered

Hrairow- a light, skinny, frail male Kaiju who claims to have visions of the apocolypse. Although the Kaiju thinks he is talking nonsense, he gives foreshadowing about how Gipsy Danger and Striker Eureka will die. He is a Clairvoyance Lindwurm, but his wings are under developed.

Sniknter- a fast and crafty male Kaiju. He gives the Jaegers a little insight on how to get around the mountain without falling into pits hidden by snow. He is a Glacier Dragon.

Threarke- a slow, lazy male Kaiju who is rather cynical and always has a biting comment about the situation. He is a Neostrife Dragon.

Cellakined- a fast, male Kaiju who is notable for his descision making abilities. He is a Clairvoyance Lindwurm, but his seeing abilities are not as great as that of Hrairow.

Nrikorads- a fat, old, male Kaiju who is found sitting in the sun most of the day. Is related to Niklicks in some way. He is an Arboreal Dragon.

Niklicks- a smart male Kaiju who knows Slueth territory like the back of his claw. Is related to Nrikorads in some way. He is an Arboreal Dragon.

Thriliayl- a strong male Kaiju with a shock of fur on his head and back of neck. Very dutiful. He is an Imperial Dragon.

Niteark- a long female Kaiju who is very antisocial. She is a Night-Walker Wyrvern


HumansEdit

Apparantly all dead as a result of the Kaiju attacks and all survivors either killed eachother or starved to death. They're considered gods amongst Kaiju and Jaegers. They're seen in many stories the Kaiju and Jaegers tell. Although some seem like vile people, they have good intention. Edit

Yancy Becket- Raleigh Becket's brother. Although he died, he somehow uses Gipsy Danger as a vessel. This means they have to share her body, and Yancy is able to talk through her. Yancy is the one to be sharing Gipsy Danger's mind as he died when still operating her, and two, "Ready to step into my head, kid?". Yancy is a little sarcastic and witty, and makes his presence hard to sense. This means Jaegers have a hard time figuring out if it's Gipsy Danger or Yancy. As humans are basically all-knowing gods in this world, he can share some information with Gipsy Danger and others. He seems to be the 'strongest' spirits, but he and Gipsy Danger separate after she dies. Despite Yancy not being bad company, he is rather annoying sometimes. In Kaiju and Jaeger folk lore, he is the sun, war and creation god, giving all living things their features. His nickname, Yance, is a homonym to Yans, which is basically sun (literally, light).

Chuck Hansen- at first he seems to be the villain, antagonizing Jaegers and glorifying humanity. However, after a while of haunting Striker Eureka around, Striker Eureka finds out that Chuck is basically the grim reaper (along with being the god of quick thinking and smarts), and killed his colleagues as they shouldn't walk this earth, 'cause it ain't theres to walk on. At the end of Alcatraz, he appears as a spirit to keep Striker Eureka company, and convinces him that it's his time of death as Striker Eureka had grown tired and miserable. However, he can't escape his arrogance. Once he possessed Ravage, but underestimated Ravage's state of mind, which creates the angry, murderous Sangai. In Kaiju and Jaeger folk lore, he is shown as a smart, quick, devious and a loyal trickster, and is always in danger, but manages to escape every time. Chals Hanes (Charles Hansen) is a man with many enemies in Jaeger tongue.

Herc Hansen- although he barely makes an appearance, he is basically Chuck's supervisor, just to make sure he doesn't do anything stupid. He appears in a story as the 'father of death' (well, he's Chuck's dad. Chuck's attitude makes you feel like death) who lives in a far off land full of darkness. This may or may not be true, and we'll never really know. Hurklst Hane (Hercules Hansen) is the lord's enemy in Jaeger tongue, as he appearantly stole something from Yancy. It the tale, it was an abstract force, but in reality, it was probably something like a boogie board he never gave back.

Raleigh Becket- not much is known of what became of him after he died, but he meets Gipsy Danger at the top of the Great Mountain. Very caring and kind, but don't get on his bad side. In Jaeger folk lore, he mirrors Yancy's role, being a moon spirit. This is because the Jaeger word for 'moon' is Raelih.

Mako Mori- like Raleigh, not much is known of what became of her after she died. She cared for Gipsy Danger deeply, and stuck with her, even if it meant she'd starve. Mako and Mori are actually words in Jaeger tongue, but they don't really mean anything when put together, since Mako is Paths That Will Cross (the connection between the spirit world and the Jaeger's world) and Mori just means a state of confusion. Jaeger slang is just a hard thing to learn.


MythologyEdit

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(left to right) Yancy, Chuck and Raleigh as depicted by Laburnium
Alcatraz is very heavy on the religious themes, but as the Jaegers and Kaiju do not have the knowledge of human religion, they've created their own beliefs, stories and gods. The gods, as said before, take on the form of humans, as the Jaegers believe that they're the creators of everything, and the Kaiju believe that the humans are so strong, that's the only reasonable option. Some Jaegers and Kaiju, like Cherno Alpha, Traila and Laburnium are specialised in telling myths. It's unknown whether or not the Precursors have any say in this. The mythology, although they seem strange, hold some truth in the world, as Striker Eureka saw Yancy, Raleigh and Chuck as divine entities when he got to the peak of the Great Mountain, and Chuck comes to pick up Striker Eureka right before he dies.


The Tale of ThermorrangEdit

A.k.a the Jaeger/Kaiju Creation story. The tale features Yans (Yancy), Raelih (Raleigh), Chals (Chuck) Teller of the Lark that Sings (Gipsy Danger) and Thermorrang (Knifehead). It bears a resemblance to the Gipsy Danger/Knifehead fight that happened in real life.

The tale starts out in complete darkness, with nothing but a freezing coast. One day, a man heaved himself out of the water and onto the coast, bringing with him two others, who the first man pull out of the ocean. When finally out, the first man, who looked like he was ablaze, was concerned that the world was too dark and empty. So he brought the world the gift of the sun and the day. However, his brother, a man in a blue cloak who resembled the night, thought the world was imbalanced, so he brought the gift of the moon and the night. The last one, a short, red clothed one, felt dissapointed that he couldn't help his other friends, so the first man created seven creatures lacking many features, and the last man became to be god of death, deviousness and smarts. The first man became to be known as Yans, the second one Raelih and the third, Chals.

His brother complained that he wasn't creative enough, and that to have a balanced circle of life, the creatures should be different. So he granted all the creatures different features, and in turn, created the Jaegers and Kaiju, along with all the other animals (birds, mammals, reptiles etc.). For a while, all the animals complimented eachother, especially the Jaegers and Kaiju, with the Jaegers being quick thinkers, devious and fast while the Kaiju were strong, social and diverse. However, one day, a Kaiju named Thermorrang rose up against Yans and Raelih, thinking that the old, featureless animals were better. After a quick conversation, Thermorrang attacked Yans and Raelih, but they strike back in the form of a blue, red and white eagle. Yans and Raelih believe they have killed Thermorrang after a quick fight, but Thermorrang turned out to be alive, and tore at the vessel used by Yans and Raelih, throwing Yans back into the waters he came from. Raelih lived, and killed Thermorrang. To make sure this never happened again, Chals banished all Kaiju to the underworld beneath the ocean.

The story gives the Kaiju and Jaegers the message to 'never give it half-hearted, give it all'. The story ends with the vessel used by Yans and Raelih coming alive, and saving Yans from the ocean. Raelih is left alone, and must work twice as hard to make the sun set and rise again. However, Yans may come back in the form of the Eagle, or as it's named, Teller of the Lark that Sings (Gipsy Danger).


Yans and the Devious TheifEdit

A more childish story featuring Yans (Yancy) and Hurklst (Herc).

The story starts out with Hurklst roaming the forest, looking around for places to stay. Unlike Chals, Yans and Raelih, he randomly appears on the peak of a mountain instead of dragging himself out of the ocean. He stalks Chals, Yans and Raelih, as Chals is technically his son. The little orb of light in between Yans crown of antlers fascinates Hurklst, and he plans to take it from him. Whilst Yans is sleeping, Hurklst goes in for the kill and takes it. Yans wakes up after the night is over, and finds that he can't make the sun rise. He looks around for a puddle but finds that his source of powers been taken! Yans, infuriated, gets Raelih to look for it.

However, with a source of power, Hurklst decides to play tricks on Raelih to make him go away. When he first encounters Raelih, he covers himself with leaves and hides in a tree. Raelih looks around, but is then shocked by a talking tree. He runs away in fright. In the second confrontation, Hurklst manages to make himself look like Yans by taking tree branches, painting them, putting them on his head, finding an orange deer hide and pinning feathers to it and making himself seem high and mighty. Shockingly, Raelih falls for it, and Hurklst convinces him that he should give up the quest. Raelih goes back to the real Yans, and is scolded for being stupid.

After a while of being in eternal darkness, the animals of the world begin to complain to Yans, so Yans decides to look for the culprit himself. He finds Hurklst basking in the sun, and confronts him. After giving him a scolding, Hurklst is given two options- keep his power and hold the responsibility of being a sun god, or be banished alongside his son to another world. Hurklst gives up the power as he knows Yans is more smart, and he and Chals are banished and made to become gods of death- not a very nice title. Hurklst also gets one of his arms broken so he can't do anything like that again. 


The Great Hole in the SkyEdit

Gipsy Danger falls down a hole. Striker Eureka laughs a lot. Features Teller of the Lark that Sings (Gipsy Danger), My Lilac Feet are Fleeting (Striker Eureka) and Raelih (Raleigh).

The story starts out with Teller talking to Fleeting about how Raelih has been getting a little lazy. Raelih walks in on the two talking about this, and gets rather annoyed. Teller apologises, and vowes that she won't talk behind Raelih's back again. She shouldn't really, as she is Raelih's gaurdian (Fleeting was Chals gaurdian, but then his job got taken by Hurklst). Teller then complained about Yans's absence, and Raelih began to think Teller was being a bit snobbish. Teller and Fleeting are left again, but with a warning.

A few days later, water began to fall from the sky. Teller was confused, so she went to check it out. Everything was going along just as Raelih expected. Fleeting joined Teller on her journey to look for what the water was coming from, but then fell into a hole. Teller is confused, but finds out Raelih pranked her. Fleeting laughs, but reminds her to not talk behind others backs.


Faolan and the Trickster GodEdit

Chals manages to trick Faolan into running around in circles whilst he gets the power orb that controls the moon which Raelih dropped, and was taken by Faolan. Features Chals (Chuck) and Faolan (Newt).

Raelih is in a rush, and in his rush, he drops his only source of power, the orb resting between his horns. Chals asks to go get it, but Raelih is a bit hesitant after the incident with Hurklst. Chals knows where it was taken though, so Raelih has no choice. Chals finds a house where Faolan and Draestrix (Hermann) reside. Faolan is suprised at the trickster god's presense, but Chals is quick to tell him that Draestrix is sick, and the only way to cure him was to run around the field five times. Faolan does what he is told, and whilst Faolan is doing laps, Chals takes the moon orb back to Raelih. This gives Chals the title of the Trickster God.


Yans and the Three SoldiersEdit

Yans's quest to immortality. Features Yans (Yancy), Teller of the Lark that Sings (Gipsy Danger), Blancis (Cheung), Soliol (Hu) and Raxar (Jin).

After the accident with Thermorrang, Teller decides to tell Yans to go on a quest to find immortality. After Teller tells him where to go, he undergoes the journey. He finds himself at the enterence of a forest graced by moonlight and sunlight. He finds Blancis (whos name means one) gaurding the forest, and won't let Yans through until he tells him something that makes him laugh. Yans tries and tries, but fails time and time and again. When he finally tells Blancis a good joke, Blancis can't stop laughing, and let's Yans through without any fight. In the second part of his Journey, he finds himself in a ravine with Soliol (whos name means two), who looks very miserable and gloomy. Yans tries to warm his heart, but fails. So he raises the sun for him, and Soliol is happy once again. The spikes and thorns in the ravine are cleared, and Yans goes through it without harm. In the final part of his journey, he meets Raxar (whos name means three), who seems frozen in time. Yans realises that Raxar is a manifestation of time, and represents how the land he was thrown into by Thermorrang was not natural. So he summoned the power of creation, and created a land with time and space. Raxar was thawed, and thanked Yans for his help, and he granted him immortality.

QuotesEdit

"Please be cooperative. If you run, I’ll only kill you slower."
―Striker Eureka to Ravage


Striker Eureka: "Was it really worth it?"
Ravage: "Every moment!"
―Striker Eureka and Ravage after Striker Eureka is defeated.


"Well then, I name myself leader, and you’ll only be staying here for a little while longer, you’ll find yourself running off; I know it. Or better! You could be meeting your pilots in the drift. I’ve destroyed you!"
―Ravage's self promotion


"I don’t need you- or well I think. No, I know. I know I don’t need you. Right now, I don’t need a friend. I know that for a fact. Believe me; I’ve had quite a few."
―Gipsy Danger reunites with Striker Eureka


Gipsy Danger: "I should tell you about the time I met a Jaeger. No, no, I always meet Jaegers. I’m silly. What I should’ve said is the time I met a Jaeger for the first time in years in Oblivion Bay; or how I like to call it, Dysfunction Junction. He was small, stubborn, angry, and he doesn’t even know about the category thing for the Kaiju! He was almost as stupid as you!"
Striker Eureka: "Stupid?! I’ll show you stupid!"
―Gipsy Danger and Striker Eureka try to have a conversation. 


"You don’t think you’re not the only one who’s had that privilege? I’ll have you know that I had to watch my pilots die too, and they didn’t just die from starvation or dehydration or whatever your pilots had died from- they killed each other! No regret visible in the either of them! Sliced in half! Left to bleed for hours! He did it for me!"
―Striker Eureka breaks down in front of Gipsy Danger.


Striker Eureka: "I believe that is enough, Gipsy Danger. Crimson Typhoon may be an asshole with a side of jerk, a lackey and all around pathetic suck-up, but he’s my asshole with a side of jerk, lackey and pathetic suck up. He has learnt his lesson."
Gipsy Danger: "I was just defending your territory. Something I’d think you’d be pretty adamant about."
―Gipsy Danger to Striker Eureka after she fights Crimson Typhoon and Vulcan Specter.


Gipsy Danger: "We just leave this place and when he comes around we won't be there!"
Striker Eureka: "No, we can’t just leave."
Gipsy Danger: "Uh, yeah we can, we can go inland. Dirt place is a five day travel away at a fast pace, no sleep or anything. If we did bunk down it’d probably take about seven or ten days. But if we’re quick, yeah, five days maximum."
―Striker Eureka being a scaredy cat.


Striker Eureka"Who are you!? What are you!"
Chuck"It's only me, Chuck. My appearance should be the least of your worries."
―Striker Eureka meets Chuck in a dream


NotesEdit

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