Turbo Crafter: Origins is a story written by Turbo Crafter(t∣b∣c), revealing what happened when Turbocrafter was young. He is against antagonist known as Drakhon, and it also shows you how his arms were turned robotic.
Last Stand is the Story Mode for the game in which you go around a 2D semi open world area where you must find The cure to stop the mysterious disease known as Dark Purification.
Lapis Legends: Nightborn Fighters is the Story Mode for Lapis Legends. It takes place in the NightRift Realm where A mysterious villain has taken Fighters from near and far and out them into one place.
Standing Ripple is a concept in the New Fantendoverse used to refer to projections of fighting spirits created by contact with the metal Ripplite. These fighting spirits are created from the hosts' Aura and general will to fight and host incredible but bizarre abilities. These Standing Ripples name themselves, usually off musical artists, and often do not speak or act on their own, but do follow their host everywhere. They have an arguable consciousness; while they can act on their own when not in combat, they do not seem to be consciously aware of their own actions.
Ripplite is a mineral/metal alloy that can phase light through it to alter it's properties. It is key to being able to produce Standing Ripples. It comes from Vokkskar-created Catalyst Comets that crash into planets. Ripplite can also inversely be used to cut through Standing Ripples. Given it's weak resistance to force, crushing similar to quartzine mineral, it is not good for weapons.
Ocean 11's leader Hammerhead, who has the largest fragment recovered, has used it for monetary gain and on every member of his mob gang.
CHELPRO as corporation has a smaller fragment that they are experimenting with.
Trent Corona has a very small fragment that he uses in the blade of a laser sword known as the Ripple Ripper.
Standing Ripples are inspired by the concept of Stands from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The name of the concept is even a reference to both the shorthand (Stand) and it's meaning (Ghostly Ripple).
One key difference is that if Standing Ripples interact with the environment, they can be hurt and attacked like a normal character. Additionally, they can be seen by anyone.
Standing Ripples could possibly be seen as a new extension of the music numbers that have been present in both the original Fantendoverse and the new Fantendoverse- where as music punctuated pivotal moments in past stories, now they are literally powering characters.
Coincidentally, Standing Ripples and Stands were both introduced in the third "part" of their respective series' on going narratives- Standing Ripples in Phase 3 of the New Fantendoverse and Stands in Part 3 of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.