The following is a list of each of the Looping Universes, with a few special notes about each universe included. Over 800 universes are known to be Looping, or otherwise accounted for.

List of Looping UniversesEdit

Universe Name Anchor(s) Notes
(Original 7)
Ranma 1/2 Ranma Saotome Activation #1
Harry Potter Harry Potter #2
Naruto Naruto Uzumaki & Kurama #3
Neon Genesis Evangelion Shinji Ikari #4
Sailor Moon Usagi Tsukino #5
Slayers Lina Inverse #6
Bleach Ichigo Kurosaki #7
(Early Pre-Crash)
DC Dick Grayson/Nightwing #8 or #9
Marvel Peter Parker/Spiderman #8 or #9
Super Mario Mario #10 (?)
Thomas the Tank Engine Thomas #11 (?)
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Nanoha Takamachi
Mass Effect Commander Shephard
Shin Megami Tensei ???
(Early Pre-Crash)
Babylon 5 Vir Cotto
Digimon Adventures Takeru "TK" & Patamon
How to Train Your Dragon Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III & Toothless
Puella Magi Madoka Magica Madoka Kaname
Sayaka Miki
Temporarily lost when Madoka Ascended.
(Mid Pre-Crash)
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Twilight Sparkle
Warhammer 40000 Leman Russ Activated via fused loop with MLP.
Unclear Ace Attorney Phoenix Wright 7th (?)
A Series of Unfortunate Events Violet Baudelaire
A Certain Magical Index Misaka Mikoto 11th (?)
Ace Ventura Pet Detective Ace Ventura 5th or 6th

Adventure Time

Finn 6th or 7th
Animorphs Tobias 6th or 7th
Attack on Titan Nebulous (Eren, Mikasa, Armin)
Astro Boy Astro Boy
Avatar Sokka (Last Airbender) & Jinora (Legend of Korra) 4th or 5th
Azumanga Daioh Ayumu "Osaka" Kasuga 6th or 7th
Banjo-Kazooie Banjo 7th or 8th
Bartender Sasakura Ryuu 7th or 8th
Belgariad/Malorean Belgarion 7th or 8th
Ben 10 Benjamin Kirby Tennyson 6th or 7th
Bionicle Takua 7th or 8th
Blue Exorcist Rin Okumura
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo Beauty 7th or 8th
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Alexander "Xander" Lavelle Harris 2nd or 3rd
Cardcaptor Sakura Kinomoto
Cars Mater 7th or 8th
Castlevania Alucard 7th or 8th
Cats Don't Dance Danny 7th or 8th
Chzo Mythos Malcolm Somerset
Code Geass Lelouch vi Britannia 6th (?)
Code Lyoko Aelita
D. Gray-Man Allen Walker 5th or 6th
Danganronpa Makoto Naegi
Danny Phantom Danny Fenton 6th or 7th
Dead Rising Isebella Keyes
Deltora Quest / Three Doors / Rowan of Rin Lief (DQ/TD) / Rowan (RoR)
Detective Conan/Case Closed / Magic Kaito Conan Edogawa
Digimon Data Squad Marcus / Agumon
Discworld Rincewind
Dishonored Corvo Attano
Dog Days Cinque
Donkey Kong Games Donkey Kong
Doki Doki Literature Club Club President Monika 11th (?)
Dothack Aura
Dragonball Bulma Briefs 3rd or 4th
Dragon Booster Beau
Dragonriders of Pern F'lar & Mmementh
Dresden Files Harry Dresden 2nd or 3rd
Earthbound Ness
Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Dovahkiin
Eragon Eragon Shadeslayer 5th or 6th
Exa Pico Mir Nonstandard name: consists of Ar tonelico and Surge Concerto
Eyeshield 21 Sena Kobayakawa
Fairy Tail Lucy Heartfilia 3rd or 4th
Famous Five George/Timothy
Fate/EXTRA Hakuno Kishinami
Fate/Prototype Ayaka Sayjou
Fate/stay night Shirou Emiya
Fillmore Cornelius Fillmore
Final Fantasy II Firion
Final Fantasy III Luneth
Final Fantasy IV Cecil Harvey
Final Fantasy V Bartz
Final Fantasy VI Terra
Final Fantasy VII Cloud Strife
Final Fantasy VIII Squall Leonhart
Final Fantasy IX Zidane
Final Fantasy X Yuna
Final Fantasy XII Vaan
Final Fantasy XIII Claire "Lightning" Farron
Final Fantasy Tactics Ramza
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Marche
Fist of the North Star Kenshiro
Five Nights at Freddy's Mike Schmidt (1st game) / Jeremy Fitzgerald (2nd game)
Freelancer Edison Trent 11th (?)
Frozen Kristoff 7th or 8th
Full Metal Alchemist Edward Elric 3rd or 4th
Generator Rex Rex Salazar
Godzilla Godzilla
Gundam U.C. Amuro Ray(?)
Gundam SEED Kira Yamato
Gundam Wing Heero Yuy
Gundam X Garrod Ran
Gurren Lagann Simon the Digger 3rd or 4th
Hajime no Ippo Ippo Makunouchi
Half-Life Gordon Freeman
Harry Hunsacker Nigel Grouse
Haruhi Suzumiya Kyon  ???
Hellsing Seras Victoria
Hey Arnold Helga Pataki
His Majesty's Dragon Lawrence
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Arthur Dent
Jak and Daxter Jak
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Jonathan Joestar, Joseph Joestar, Jotaro Kujo, Josuke Higashikata, Giorno Giovanna, Jolyne Cujoh, Johnny Joestar, Josuke Higashikata
Jurassic Park Alan Grant
Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger Captain Marvelous
Kamen Rider Agito Unknown
Kamen Rider Blade Kenzaki
Kamen Rider Decade Kadoya Tsukasa
Kamen Rider Den-o Ryotaro
Kamen Rider Double Hidari Shotaro / Sonozaki "Philip" Raito
Kamen Rider Faiz Inui Takumi
Kamen Rider OOO Hino Eiji
Kamen Rider Ryuuki Shinji
Kamen Rider Wizard Sohma Haruto / WizarDragon
Kara no Kyoukai Ryougi Shiki
Kerbal Space Program Jeremiah
Kid Icarus Pit 7th or 8th
Kill La Kill Ryuuko Matoi
Kingdom Hearts Sora 3rd or 4th
Kirby Kirby
La Blue Girl Mido Miko
Left 4 Dead Rochelle
Legend of Zelda The Triforce
LEGO Movie Emmet
LEGO Ninjago Kai
Les Miserables Jean Valjean
Log Horizon Shiroe
Long Live The Queen Queen Elodie 11th
Malory Towers Darrel Rivers
Megaman Battle Network Lan Hikari / Hub Hikari 7th (?)
Megaman Classic Rock / Roll 6th (?)
Megaman Legends Volnutt
Megaman Starforce Geo Stelar / Omega-Xis
Megaman X X 7th (?)
Megaman Zero Zero 7th (?)
Megaman ZX Unknown
Megamind Megamind
Metal Gear Big Boss
Middle Earth (Lord of the Rings / The Hobbit / The Silmarillion) Olorin (a.k.a. Gandalf)
Minecraft Steve?
Miskatonic Henry Armitage
Mistborn Vin
Mortal Kombat Raiden
Nero Wolfe Archie Goodwin
No Game No Life Shiro/Sora
Ojamajo Doremi Doremi Harukaze
Okami Issun
One Piece Luffy 3rd or 4th
Order of the Stick Elan
Ouran Highschool Host Club Haruhi Fujioka
Pendragon Bobby Pendragon
Percy Jackson Percy Jackson
Phantom of the Opera Christine Daaé
Pirates of the Carribean Jack Sparrow
Plants vs. Zombies Crazy Dave Unclear if PvZ's looping or Dave's just crazy.
Pokémon Anime Pikachu 4th or 5th
Pokémon Special Red 2nd or 3rd
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Squirtle / Chimchar / Oshawott
Psychonauts Raz
Ratchet and Clank Clank
Red VS Blue Michael J. Caboose
Redwall Matthias
Resident Evil Leon S. Kennedy
RWBY Ruby Rose 7th (?)
Samurai Jack Jack
Scooby-Doo Scooby-Doo
Sentinels of the Multiverse Setback
SkullGirls Annie Of The Stars (Stealth) / Peacock (purported)
Sly Cooper Sly Cooper
Sonic Rush Blaze the Cat
Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic 2nd or 3rd
Soul Eater Maka Albarn 3rd or 4th
Spyro the Dragon (classic) Spyro & Sparx
Star Trek James Kirk / Jean-Luc Picard / Jonathan Archer 2nd or 3rd
Star Wars Anakin Skywalker / Luke Skywalker / Darth Revan 2nd or 3rd
Starcraft James Raynor
Stargate SG1 Unknown 5th or 6th
Sword Art Online Asuna 7th or 8th
Tales of the Abyss Mystearica "Tear Grants" Aura Fende
Team Fortress 2 Dell Conagher
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Splinter
Tenchi Muyo Tenchi Masaki 2nd or 3rd
Terminator SkyNet 7th or 8th
Total Drama The Sasquatch
Touhou Reimu Hakurei
The Legend of Spyro Spyro
Transformers Vector Prime
Trigun Vash the Stampede
Melty Blood/Tsukihime Shiki Tohno
Twilight Saga Leah Clearwater
Velgrath/Valdemar Vaniyel Ashkhevron
Venture Bros. Henry "Hank" Venture
Welcome to Night Vale Cecil Palmer
Winx Club Flora
Worm Taylor Hebert
Xenoblade Chronicles Shulk
X-Ray and Vav Hilda 11th (?)
Young Wizards Junita "Nita" Callahan
Yu Yu Hakusho Yusuke Urameshi
Yugioh 5D's Yusei
Yugioh DM Yugi Moto / Atem
Yugioh GX Jaden
Yugioh Zexal Yuma / Astral
Zero no Tsukaima Louise
Zombieland Saga Sakura 11th (?)
Homestuck John Egbert 9th (?)
I Wanna Be The Guy The Kid 9th (?)

On 'Generations' and 'Eras'Edit

The Generations listed in the List of Looping Universes' Notes column serve as a (necessarily vague) indicator of at what stage within the Infinite Loops' timeline the applicable universe began Looping. The '1st Generation' constitutes the very first universes that began Looping, and are otherwise known as the 'Original Seven'.

The original, and purportedly the default set of definitions for this list's purpose, hearkens back to this explanation - and this adjustment - early in the SpaceBattles' Infinite Loops. Given the long, long course of keystone events since those times, the new, more accurate and better-known definition is based on this revision/update a couple of years later.

As a result of the Infinite Loops' timeline having since expanded, the practice of enumerating Generations has largely fallen out of practice (with the exception of pre-Crash Generations). It is now far more common - and practical - to list that universe's Era instead.

For the record, here are the numbered Generations and Eras as of the current time. Note that the numbered Generations in the List of Looping Universes' Notes column may align with the original explanation, and thus be inaccurate under contemporary definitions.

Era / Generation Definition / Explanation Notes
Original Seven Era: 1st Generation The Era's beginning dates back to the first Loops of the Ranma 1/2 universe; it ends with the First Crash, and several Loopers of the time subsequently meeting each other.

As such, the 1st Generation pertains to the Original Seven.

As a wild, mad and licentious Era, this time remains nebulous and without greater exposition in the ILP. This remains the case by community consensus.
Early Pre-Crash Era: 2nd Generation Formally beginning with the First Crash, the defining differentiation between the Pre-Crash Era and the Original Seven Era is the occurrence of Fused Loops and Safe Mode Loops.

However, this Era is best known for the emergence of the first universes explicitly set Looping by Yggdrasil's various pantheons - who by this point had begun getting organized and assigning among their number specific universes to Administrate.

Much of the initial confusion over the numbering of Generations can be attributed to the adjustment effectively folding the originally defined 2nd Generation (that is, those non-O7 universes which purportedly began Looping before the Admins started getting organised - since retconned) under the then-3rd Generation's definition.

Out-of-universe, this timeframe is generally applied to those universes which where set Looping at the height of the Innortal-era.

Early Pre-Crash Era: 3rd Generation Something of a nebulous, hump-period within the Infinite Loops' timeline. Those universes of this Generation are considered to have been Looping for a substantive time before MLP's initialization, but not as long as the more ancient 2nd Generation universes.

Perhaps the defining element of the 3rd Generation is that it was during this period of the Pre-Crash Era that the earlier licentious nature of the Infinite Loops began to tone down in earnest.

Out-of universe and in practice, this 'Generation' of the Pre-Crash Era is applied to (1) those threads on the SpaceBattles forums which significantly predated the Miscellaneous thread, and (2) those universes which were 'set Looping' by unconnected writers on FFN prior to MLP Loops.
Mid Pre-Crash Era: 4th Generation Best described as 'the MLP Generation' - and essentially beginning with MLP's initialization - this part of the Pre-Crash Era in particular is reputed for its general stability - at least, in comparison to those preceding this Era.

This phase of the Pre-Crash Era can be considered to have ended with the Ascension of Kaname Madoka - the first recorded instance of a destroyed universe in the Infinite Loops - and the emergence of Malicious Looping Entities (MLE's) within the Infinite Loops.

This Era is essentially where the SpaceBattles-era Loops began.

As a corollary - both of the MLP universe's subject matter and of the site which hosted it - this is where the hedonistic tendencies of the Innortal-era are considered to have died out apart from the odd straggler.

Late Pre-Crash Era: 5th Generation Kicked off with Madoka's Ascension, this part of the Pre-Crash Era more emphasizes the inherently high-stakes nature of the Infinite Loops. Features include the Malicious Looping Entities, such as PMMM's Kyubey (who facilitated Madoka's Ascension), as well as increased tensions brought with the concrete discovery that destroying one's own universe was actually, legitimately possible.

In keeping with those tensions, the culmination of the Pre-Crash Era was the actual, conceptual destruction of an entire Looping universe and everything even vaguely connected to it: The Crash.

Kaname Madoka's Ascension marks the point at which the SpaceBattles-era Infinite Loops begins to truly differentiate itself from its Innortal-era inspiration.

A common feature and mechanic of the Innortal-era Loops was for various in-universe 'Administrator' deities to implant the seeds of 'divinity' within their favored Anchors and/or Loopers, with the eventual goal of causing them to Ascend to Admin-level deities themselves. The primary effect of the Madoka Ascension was retconning this state of affairs.

The Crash Era: 6th (Crash) Generation 'The Crash Generation': those universes and Loopers which began either with, or as a result of The Crash.

Many of these universes suffered varying levels of glitching and general instability, due to the unplanned nature of their initialization.

The Crash is the second true hard-point of continuity across all 'Generation'/'Era' systems of definition.

For obvious reasons, this is the shortest of the 'Eras'.

Early Post-Crash Era: 7th Generation Those universes which can be identified as having begun Looping distinctly after and without connection to the 'Crash Generation', are considered to align with this Era.

The 'ending' of this Generation is particularly vague, but generally is considered to align with a small cluster of events. Notable among them was a serious Crash within MLP, which fell before the Great Battle of Pelennor but after Doctor Who's initialization.

This is the latest point to which the original Generation system stretches.
Late Post-Crash Era: 8th Generation More of an unofficial Era than anything else, this 'Generation' is designated for those universes that began Looping after the MLP Crash, but before the prolonged event known as 'Hurricane Billy'.

Characterized (much as with the rest of the Post-Crash Era) by a proliferation of minor glitches running to various themes (such as the Squirrel Glitch and the Bee Virus).

Post-Hurricane Era: 9th Generation Beginning properly with the formal designation of Billy (of Grimm Adventures fame) as an MLE. Its ending is far less well-defined, but Leman Russ' and Nyx Sparkle's engagement can reasonably be considered the natural end-point. Logically, the Era's true ending would be the point at which the Restoration was conceived. Given that this happened Admin-side, this is obviously much harder to pinpoint.

Out-of-universe, some timeline-uncertainly exists concerning events within the Era. (Per existing content of the time, the Edit actually predated Hurricane Billy.)

Pre-Restoration Era: 10th Generation Largely forms around the arc of 'The Wedding's lead-up and execution - that is, the wedding of Leman Russ to Nyx Sparkle. However, it officially culminates and ends with the Restoration of the Mitakihara Branch (PMMM).

The Wedding was the second of three events which marked the end of the Era, the first of which was the Worlds Unite expansion-arc of Sonic/Mega Man.

Post-Restoration Era: 11th Generation This is the most current of the Eras, having only 'recently' begun with the Restoration of Mitakihara (PMMM). Thus far, it's a little early to say how this Era will go.

That said, it has been characterized by a couple events already. The preeminent event thus far has been the Tale of Two Sisters. A couple of further weddings have also been notably conducted in various universes.