Which games would be an epic crossover when combined?

It can be between any two games from HG, COG, or wips

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a crossover between model citizens: unmasked and fallen hero, where you try to figure out the identify of sidestep, leading into you uncovering the secrets of the farm, and maybe setting up the heartbreak incident as you also uncover that project.

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Heart of the House & Shadow Society?

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‘The Lost Heir’ and ‘The Last Wizard’. They are set in the same universe I think.

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Some of the combinations that come to my mind might sound a bit odd. Bear with me. :sweat_smile:

Welcome to Moreytown and Zombie Exodus Safe Haven.

Heart of the House and Wayhaven Chronicles.

The Fog Knows Your Name and Shadow Society.

Runt of the Litter and Dinoknights.

Sorcery is for Saps and Heroes of Myth.

Totem Force and Keeper of the Sun and Moon.

Superlatives and Fallen Hero.

Samurai of Hyuga and Six Grade Detective this one is a joke, leaving the Samurai characters with a six grader is a horrible idea.

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Tally Ho! and Jazz Age
Dragon Racer and Keeper of the Sun and Moon
A Pirate’s Pleasure and Diaspora

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Tally Ho! and Fool.

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Infinity verse and study in steampunk

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My head canon has always been that Psy High (specifically, the ‘empower everyone’ ending) was a prequel to Heroes Rise.

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Wayhaven and Shadow Society. I would live a thousand years toiling through muck to see the sparks that would fly between Adam and Azuridian

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Either two things
A all the games become a shared universe and utter chaos ensues
B all the hero books (community collage, heros rise, etc) join up in a avengers style showdown against the villains from grand academy and diabolical

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And fallen hero, lost heir, study in steampunk, life of a Wizard and life of a mobster

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Yes!!!

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The adventures of a repentant ex imperial intelligence assassin and his banecaster charge, seeking to save the infinite sea from the dangers that immerged from beyond the curtain of storms. Along the way they enlist the help of a plucky elf from a wealthy family, a banehealer, and a certain stoic, manipulative human.

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The Road to Canterbury and Drag Star.

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Zombie Exodus and The Road to Canterbury (or Fool!)

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wtf?

Explain, pls.

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so I decided to expand on this with my next level MS paint skills, and I have this.
:crossed_fingers: please upload correctly please upload correctly.

Fallen hero: unmasked:

Become the greatest telepathic reporter Los Diablos has ever known! Once you where nothing; soon you will be famous. That is, unless your old friends from college get to the story first. Juggle different mysteries and preserve your secrets as you uncover new conspiracies and try to forget those that shouldn’t be remembered…

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Hollywood Visionary and Tally Ho!: as the fifties roll by, an older, but no less lovable Rory Wintermint has accidentally managed to star in a movie produced by a small, no-name and American film company. It’s gonna take a perfect servant, an interfering aunt and maybe a little push from the Inner Circle to produce a picture that gets rave reviews.

Silverworld and Pon Para: as the heroes of the World That Remains find themselves in a strange, new land of untamed monsters and wilds, they have to make alliances with the locals to survive and (somehow) return home. It would feature complex, thought-provoking themes and situations. One that popped in my head was “Melaxu vs the feathered apes”

Deathless: The City’s Thirst and Tin Star: the entire town of Preston Springs is just transported a few acres away from the watchful eyes of the King in Red, and hilarity ensues.

Choice of Rebels and Diaspora sounds like a good combo too.

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Choice of Rebels and the Infiniverse.

Both have a wall of storms in their world, what if they were actually in the same universe all this time?

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