Oops, sorry about that, maybe I should of been more specific. 2 days ago I hadn't realized just HOW MUCH they copied.
The Blue-themed Male Dorky Hero with deep inner powers who's in a small love triangle with a girl he knew growing up and a grey skinned alien (John Egbert) The Green-themed Female Calm Hero who is the techiast member of the group, looks and acts identical to a certain Jade Harley, especially with the glasses, and has a universally psychic pet (Jade Harley)
The Green-themed Femele Hero has a pet she had since she was a kid that has universal knowledge, but only within their universe, and equivalent psychic power, and this pet would sacrifice itself to protect her without hesitation(Becquerel).
The Red-themed Male Cool-kid Hero is the bro/wingman to the Dorky hero who can create time machines but often has sees future selves either dead or stopping him from doing some time travelling, becoming a doomed timeline/erased version of himself (Dave Strider)
All the heroes have adult parents almost never shown onscreen that are all super badasses compared to them.(Grandpa Harley, Mom Lalonde, Bro Strider, Dad Egbert(real names revealed later))
The Pink-themed Female Horrorterror Hero is a mysterious character who's intentions and interests are up in the air and she is prone to horrorterror outbursts (Rose Lalonde)
The adorable Half-Cat, Half-Bug who's purely innocent but also loves drama and shipping (Nepeta Leijon)
And they all have energy sprites that can talk and form nearly anything they can summon with devices on their person.
Their universe lives in a gigantic entity the surrounds their universe that the heroes are partially responsible for creating via a full simulation video game(Billious Slick).
No, I'm pretty sure those tropes have never been copied THAT specifically EVER outside of ripoffs.