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Asrieltale is a full-length AU novel developed by Ely Cady, its initial lore heavily based off of Glitchtale and Hellsiblings, but advancing with Asriel Dreemurr as the main protagonist in an entirely new AU. It begins more or less as an abbreviated version of S2 of Glitchtale, with a few changes.

  • Frisk did not create the same glitched version of the True Pacifist Route (i.e. Chara never appeared and Asriel was not Saved).
  • Flowey fights Betty in place of Frisk, who in a panic searches for a way to Reset instead. He then kills her and takes her Soul.
  • Flowey resurrects as Asriel and regains the ability to feel, but is badly warped by absorbing the Fear Soul. He nearly kills Jessica Grey in a rage, forcing Frisk to take drastic measures in an attempt to restore the Timeline.
  • A new Timeline is created, later referred to as the "Gastholme Timeline", in which Gaster performs a Reset all the way back to the closing days of the war between Humans and Monsters, usurping the Human King and ordering Monsters to be enslaved rather than imprisoned.

Character Changes in the "Gastholme Timeline"

  • Gaster, never reaching The Underground and thus not affected by the core incident, ruled over a large kingdom of Humans and Monsters until his death. Whether he had in fact been a Human, a Monster, or something else is completely unknown.
  • Asgore, forced to serve humanity his entire life, became bitter and violent, rapidly accumulating LV in the many armed conflicts that ravaged Gaster's Kingdom. Separated from his wife and child and emotionally distanced from everything, he mated with other Monsters over the centuries and created a great many illegitimate offspring.
  • Undyne became one of Asgore's chief underlings in a similar fashion to her original version. Like him, she accumulated a high LV from battling other Humans, though she isn't seen being nearly as distant and vengeful.
  • A Gastholme version of Asriel was created by the Reset since they never died and lost their Soul. Existing as a separate being with no knowledge of previous events, he lived quietly as a hostage and prince of Monsters in the capital city.
  • Toriel, like her son, was forced into being a hostage to ensure her husband's loyalty. More bitter and resentful than her original version, she is nonetheless a caring and empathetic being and a dutiful queen to her people.
  • Chara, having never died, somehow became or perhaps already was an heir to Gaster's royal line. She ruled over Gastholme as the Human Queen. A fierce warrior and ruthless diplomat, she was determined to keep Monsters in line, though she didn't share the hatred and fear of them as her predecessors.
  • Frisk was given a "Happy Ending" as was Gaster's part of the bargain for their Determination. They lived happily with their natural family in the altered Timeline, though how content they were with that was unclear.
  • Sans, Papyrus, Mettaton, and a few others served Chara as court entertainers. Alphys was among the staff at the castle as well.

Story

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