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!Infernal Forces

[[folder:The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission]]
!!The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission
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[[caption-width-right:160:Left to right: [[LawfulEvil Lee]], [[ChaoticEvil Cedrik]], and [[NeutralEvil Nero]], [[TheDividual for all it matters.]]]]
->'''Nero:''' Well, that went fairly well.\\
'''Lee:''' [[AllAccordingToPlan Everything is coming together quite nicely.]]\\
'''Cedrik:''' Yes, we've certainly thrown our chips in the pot now, haven't we?

->'''Race:''' Devil (Lee), Daemon (Nero), Demon (Cedrik)\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil (Lee), NeutralEvil (Nero), ChaoticEvil (Cedrik)

Lee, Nero, and Cedrik: three powerful beings from the lower planes dedicated to uniting the factions of evil. So far this has meant appearing to Vaarsuvius in a desperate moment and granting V unprecedented arcane power by "splicing" V with the souls of three evil mages. Their long-term plans remain mysterious, but they require V to stay alive and involve the Gates.

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!Infernal Forces

!Other Gods

[[folder:The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission]]
Dark One]]
!!The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission
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Dark One
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tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ifcc_6496.gif]]
[[caption-width-right:160:Left to right: [[LawfulEvil Lee]], [[ChaoticEvil Cedrik]], and [[NeutralEvil Nero]], [[TheDividual
org/pmwiki/pub/images/screen_shot_2017_03_21_at_45311_pm.png]]
[[caption-width-right:150:The Dark One (right), with a regular hobgoblin
for all it matters.]]]]
->'''Nero:''' Well, that went fairly well.\\
'''Lee:''' [[AllAccordingToPlan Everything is coming together quite nicely.]]\\
'''Cedrik:''' Yes, we've certainly thrown our chips in the pot now, haven't we?

scale.]]

->''"I LIVE AGAIN!!"''

->'''Race:''' Devil (Lee), Daemon (Nero), Demon (Cedrik)\\
God (formerly goblin)\\
'''Gender:''' Male\\
'''Class:''' Unknown (rumors of a prestige class)\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil (Lee), NeutralEvil (Nero), ChaoticEvil (Cedrik)

Lee, Nero, and Cedrik: three powerful beings from the lower planes dedicated to uniting the factions
LawfulEvil

The evil god
of evil. So far this has meant appearing to Vaarsuvius all goblinoids. Originally a goblin warlord born with purple skin, he united many tribes in a desperate moment and granting V unprecedented arcane power by "splicing" V with mighty army threatening the souls of three evil mages. Their long-term human lands. He was killed through treachery, but had so many followers that he rose to godhood. Now he plans remain mysterious, but they require V to stay alive upset the status quo between PC and involve monster races by using the Gates.Snarl as a bargaining chip. He's working to this end through his true prophet, the bearer of the Crimson Mantle.



* AffablyEvil: They were nothing if not polite to Vaarsuvius during their deal making. They even offered the elf an alternative solution that didn't involve [[spoiler:leasing V's soul]].[[note]]It must be noted they ''had'' to come up with an alternate plan for V so that V had a real choice, or there would be room for him/her to claim that the deal was done under duress.[[/note]] They also seem to be very pleasant employers. They hire Qarr immediately for his help in preparing their deal with Vaarsuvius, and while they're understandably unhappy about Sabine breaking their very nice television [[spoiler:after Tarquin kills Nale]], one simply comments that it's coming out of her holiday bonus, and the next strip shows Sabine cleaning up the mess.
* BenevolentBoss: They hire Qarr because they like a go-getter and treat him and Sabine with a lot of respect for beings made of evil.
* BigBadDuumvirate: Or Triumvirate. They lead the IFCC equally, though each is answerable to superiors on their own plane. Whether or not they're ''real'' {{Big Bad}}s or just another competing faction remains to be seen.
* ChekhovsGunman: First seen in [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0380.html "While the Fiend's Away..."]], but not formally introduced until [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0632.html much later]]. Heck, they were mentioned ''[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0062.html way]]'' back near the beginning -- Sabine explicitly said that she'd been sent "by the archfiends" to be Nale's consort/sidekick. These guys are the archfiends in question.
* {{The Chessmaster}}s: They are shaping up to be Chessmasters in a grand style, not only [[spoiler:manipulating V, and the Order through them, but also Team Evil and the Linear Guild as well.]] Lampshaded with the title of strip #668, [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]]. Considering one of their masterstroke was simply [[spoiler:holding Vaarsuvius still for a mere 20 minutes,]] they're strong contender for the top chessmaster in the series.
* CirclingMonologue: They do this once during their [[DealWithTheDevil deal pitch]] to Vaarsuvius.
* ColorCodedCharacters: All three look identical except for the color of their eyes, which is also reflected in the text of their speech bubbles and the color of their magic auras. Lee's is yellow, Nero's purple, and Cedrik's orange.
* {{The Corrupter}}s: They are collectively this for Vaarsuvius. Sabine states that she'd seen them "take down" mortals way more righteous than the TrueNeutral wizard.
* CosmopolitanCouncil: The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission is a "community-based grassroots organization dedicated to building bridges between the diabolic, demonic, and daemonic populations."
* DealWithTheDevil: As well as the Daemon and Demon. They made one with Vaarsuvius: power in exchange for a time share on his soul.
* DemonLordsAndArchdevils: They are. Both kinds. Plus a Daemon director.
* TheDividual: They always talk and act as a trio. They're basically interchangeable, and despite being supposedly of different evil alignments, don't really have distinct personalities. Sabine describes their team dynamic in #903, but they'd still be identical without the color-coding.
* EarlyBirdCameo: First show up in a flashback commissioning Sabine to let them know of anything that might tip the balance of Good and Evil in their favor. It's well over three hundred strips later that they get a proper introduction.
* EvenEvilHasStandards:
** [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0635.html They consider pedophiles acceptable targets]].
** They were briefly shocked speechless [[spoiler:when Vaarsuvius used the Familicide spell.]]
** While they may neglect to correct V on any assumptions made (such as [[spoiler:being able to take possession of their soul before they die]]), they will not violate their contract (like by [[spoiler:putting another soul in V's body, as their contract did not give them possession of it]]). They may be evil, but they pride themselves on ''fantastic'' customer service.
* EvilIsOneBigHappyFamily: The {{Trope Namer}}s, they both play with this trope in several directions. On one hand, they aren't going to ally with or openly assist Xykon just because he's evil, because to them he's just another piece in the game; on the other, one of their long-term goals is to unite the three warring races of Fiends into a single alliance.
* EvilPlan: They seem to have one of these going but for the first several hundred pages it's a HiddenAgendaVillain thing.
* {{The Faceless}}es: Their robe hoods shadow their face except for their glowing eyes.
* FalseReassurance: During their whole speech to entice Vaarsuvius into making a deal with them, they are honest. Everything they say is perfectly true, including the fact that V would keep control during the Soul Splice, save for the feelings of omnipotence it could induce. Even their stated long-term goal is probably the entire truth; since it wouldn't unfold before millenia, they certainly weren't worried that V would care enough about it to refuse. They just omit some critical details, like ''when'' they would take custody of V's soul afterward (not correcting the elf's assumption it would be after death), nor what is their ''short-term'' goal (which involves the Gates). The only outright lies are that Vaarsuvius just happened to be next in line for requesting a deal, when they targeted the wizard specifically, and that all they want out of the deal is to prove their concept.
* FootnoteFever: They put footnotes in their ''speech''.
-->'''Cedrik:''' Magical powers beyond your wildest imaginings[=!*=]\\
'''Nero:''' [-*[[ReadTheFinePrint Based on typical wild imaginings of previous customers matching your demographic profile. Additional terms and restrictions may apply]].-]
* FreudianTrio: With Cedrik as the Id, Lee as the Superego, and Nero as the Ego, at least according to Sabine.
-->'''Sabine:''' [[TheSpock Director Lee]] sets up the traps and [[TheMcCoy Cedrik]] springs them when his gut tells him the time is right. And [[TheKirk Nero]] keeps them working together. It's scary effective.
* GambitRoulette: The IFCC really did get lucky with their plan. Expecting that [[spoiler:Vaarsuvius would attack Xykon with the powers they gave the elf]]? Reasonable. Hoping that [[spoiler:the attack would be effective enough to piss off Xykon, not powerful enough to kill him ''and'' that V would still be able to escape Xykon?]] Yeah, there was a lot that could've gone wrong. The IFCC even admits that they had no way to interfere and that their plan wasn't perfect.
* GlowingEyes: Yellow for Lee, orange for Cedrik, and purple for Nero. That's the sole facial feature that can be seen in the shadow of their hoods.
* HiddenAgendaVillain: They briefly discuss their goals with Qarr, but ultimately decide it's too much exposition to reveal now. [[spoiler:They involve V, the Gates, and Xykon]]. Sabine has been on their side from the beginning and even she only knows half of what they're up to.
* LoopholeAbuse: Their contract with Vaarsuvius dictates that each of them are granted a claim on V's soul. The contract never said that V had to be ''dead'' for them to call upon their claim.
%% Magnificent Bastards: YMMV trope.
* {{Manipulative Bastard}}s: Through use of ReversePsychology, they try to convince Vaarsuvius to make a [[DealWithTheDevil deal with them]] in the most blatant way possible... and they succeed. Then they imply that the spliced souls have the ability to influence him, even though they [[MagicFeather actually have no control at all]]. "We simply don't need to trick you if we can get what we want by playing it straight" sounds a LOT like "We're being honest" without actually meaning that at all.
* {{Meaningful Name}}s: LE, NE, and CE are the abbreviations ''D&D'' uses for the three evil alignments.
* MrExposition: Being Messrs. Exposition is a good part of their role in the story, but they know when to stop before giving spoilers.
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** Averted (inverted?) with their address, which is "9 Hells Plaza, Lower Planes 00999".
** Note also that [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]], the strip where they enunciate their sinister mobiles, would have been strip #666 if not for the tribute pages to Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson.
* OminousLatinChanting: By courtesy of [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0635.html the choir of dead pedophiles]].
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: They consist of a [[LawfulEvil devil]], a [[ChaoticEvil demon]], and a [[NeutralEvil daemon]]. Their challenge is proving that different kinds of fiends can work together.
* PassThePopcorn: While scrying on soul-spliced Vaarsuvius, one of them prepares popcorn.
* ThePlan: The [[DealWithTheDevil Deal with a Mortal]] they made is just the ''start'' of it. It could be a GambitRoulette altogether, since they admitted themselves that they couldn't control all aspects of their plan. The ultimate goal is (apparently) to put an end to the [[EvilVersusEvil Blood War]] in favor of uniting their respective races to overrun the heavens.
* PowerTrio: Although it's not too evident for the times we see them, according to Sabine, Lee (Lawful Evil Devil) is the careful planner, Cedrik (Chaotic Evil Demon) is the intuitive, gutsy one, and Nero (Neutral Evil Daemon) keeps them working together.
* TimeStandsStill: From the moment they step on the island to offer Vaarsuvius their deal, time is stopped for the rest of the world, as they don't like to rush this kind of transaction.
* WhamLine: "Now." [[spoiler:After not appearing for several hundred strips, they call in Vaarsuvius's debt just when s/he's trying to stop Roy from destroying Girard's gate]].

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* AffablyEvil: They were nothing if not polite to Vaarsuvius AggressiveNegotiations: Back when a mortal, was killed during their deal making. They even offered the elf an alternative solution that them.
* AntiVillain: He wants a better life for his people. Before he was betrayed, he
didn't do much in the way of evil. He gathered the various goblins tribes under one banner but didn't order an attack. He planned to talk things out instead. [[spoiler:According to Right-Eye, he may have been this at first, but soon degenerated into "a petty spiteful god" who doesn't truly know, or care, about the goblin people more than revenge.]]
* AnAxeToGrind: His weapon of choice, both as a mortal and when about to fight with other gods.
* BeardOfEvil: Sports a goatee, and is listed as Evil.
* DeityOfHumanOrigin: More exactly, Deity of Goblinoid Origin -- the number of his followers allowed him to transcend his mortality and become a god.
* {{Flashback}}: So far has only appeared through [[ArtShift "crayons"]] flashbacks, never in the current action.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Went from just another goblin to be slain for XP (albeit one with better-than-usual stats) to a warlord, and then a god.
* GoneHorriblyWrong: It was hoped assassinating the Dark One would demoralize and dissolve his followers. Instead, it enraged them enough to embark on a year-long crusade of vengeance, which allowed the Dark One to ascend to godhood and learn about the Snarl.
* GreaterScopeVillain: To Redcloack. He is unable to personally
involve [[spoiler:leasing V's soul]].[[note]]It must be noted they ''had'' himself in the plot, leaving Redcloak to come up with an alternate plan for V so that V had carry out his will. His only known message to him is "Don't screw this up."
%% HardWorkHardlyWorks: The interpretation of "elite array" within ''D&D'' is too open to interpretation and source of speculation on the page. Do not put it back unless there's
a real choice, or there really undeniable trope example.
* TheManBehindTheMan: He's the goblin god behind the goblin high priest, namely Redcloak.
* NobleWolf: His mount while a mortal is a wolf. Redcloak and other goblins
would be room for him/her to claim insist that it is a noble creature bearing the deal was done under duress.[[/note]] They also seem to be very pleasant employers. They hire Qarr immediately for savior of his help in preparing people.
* KilledMidSentence: By an assassin while negotiating with the leaders of the humans, elves and dwarves.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "His real name has been lost to antiquity."
* PurpleIsPowerful: The only purple goblinoid we've seen, and he's the most powerful of his kind of which we know, to where the number and devotion of his followers allowed him to transcend his death and become
their deal literal ''god''.
* RageAgainstTheHeavens: Initially, he's got a beef
with Vaarsuvius, his fellow mortals (humans, elves, etc.). After he becomes a god himself and while they're learns the truth about the purpose of his race, however, he's understandably unhappy about Sabine breaking ''pissed''.
* SavageWolves: His mount while a mortal is a wolf. Humans would argue that is is one more mark of a villainous warlord that will destroy
their very nice television [[spoiler:after Tarquin kills Nale]], one simply comments that it's coming civilization.
* {{Ubermensch}}: Very much so. Starting
out of her holiday bonus, as an above-average goblin, he becomes a warlord and the next strip shows Sabine cleaning up the mess.
* BenevolentBoss: They hire Qarr because they like
then a go-getter and treat him and Sabine ''god'', all with a lot the purpose of respect defying the natural order (namely, his people being desginated fodder for beings made of evil.
* BigBadDuumvirate: Or Triumvirate. They lead
adventurers) for the IFCC equally, though each is answerable sake of his people... and willing to superiors on their own plane. Whether or not they're ''real'' {{Big Bad}}s or just another competing faction remains gain access to be seen.
an EldritchAbomination to do so.
* ChekhovsGunman: First seen in VaguenessIsComing: {{Averted|Trope}} with his message for Redcloak -- [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0380.com/comics/oots0704.html "While the Fiend's Away..."]], but not formally introduced until [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0632.html much later]]. Heck, they were mentioned ''[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0062.html way]]'' back near the beginning -- Sabine explicitly said that she'd been sent "by the archfiends" to be Nale's consort/sidekick. These guys are the archfiends in question.
* {{The Chessmaster}}s: They are shaping up to be Chessmasters in a grand style, not only [[spoiler:manipulating V, and the Order through them, but also Team Evil and the Linear Guild as well.]] Lampshaded with the title of strip #668, [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]]. Considering one of their masterstroke was simply [[spoiler:holding Vaarsuvius still for a mere 20 minutes,]] they're strong contender for the top chessmaster in the series.
* CirclingMonologue: They do
"Don't screw this once during their [[DealWithTheDevil deal pitch]] to Vaarsuvius.
* ColorCodedCharacters: All three look identical except for the color of their eyes,
up."]]
-->'''Redcloak:''' Well, as theological revelations go, I guess that's refreshingly direct.\\
'''Jirix:''' Then he added, "No pressure, though,"
which is also reflected in the text I thought was nice.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He threatens all
of their speech bubbles and the color of their magic auras. Lee's is yellow, Nero's purple, and Cedrik's orange.
* {{The Corrupter}}s: They are collectively this for Vaarsuvius. Sabine states that she'd seen them "take down" mortals way more righteous than the TrueNeutral wizard.
* CosmopolitanCouncil: The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission is a "community-based grassroots organization dedicated to building bridges between the diabolic, demonic, and daemonic populations."
* DealWithTheDevil: As well as the Daemon and Demon. They made one
creation with Vaarsuvius: power extinction in exchange for a time share on his soul.
* DemonLordsAndArchdevils: They are. Both kinds. Plus a Daemon director.
* TheDividual: They always talk and act as a trio. They're basically interchangeable, and despite being supposedly of different evil alignments, don't really have distinct personalities. Sabine describes their team dynamic in #903, but they'd still be identical without the color-coding.
* EarlyBirdCameo: First show up in a flashback commissioning Sabine to let them know of anything that might tip the balance of Good and Evil in their favor. It's well over three hundred strips later that they get a proper introduction.
* EvenEvilHasStandards:
** [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0635.html They consider pedophiles acceptable targets]].
** They were briefly shocked speechless [[spoiler:when Vaarsuvius used the Familicide spell.]]
** While they may neglect to correct V on any assumptions made (such as [[spoiler:being able to take possession of their soul before they die]]), they will not violate their contract (like by [[spoiler:putting another soul in V's body, as their contract did not give them possession of it]]). They may be evil, but they pride themselves on ''fantastic'' customer service.
* EvilIsOneBigHappyFamily: The {{Trope Namer}}s, they both play with this trope in several directions. On one hand, they aren't going to ally with or openly assist Xykon just because he's evil, because to them he's just another piece in the game; on the other, one of their long-term goals is to unite the three warring races of Fiends into a single alliance.
* EvilPlan: They seem to have one of these going but for the first several hundred pages it's a HiddenAgendaVillain thing.
* {{The Faceless}}es: Their robe hoods shadow their face except for their glowing eyes.
* FalseReassurance: During their whole speech to entice Vaarsuvius into making a deal with them, they are honest. Everything they say is perfectly true, including the fact that V would keep control during the Soul Splice, save for the feelings of omnipotence it could induce. Even their stated long-term goal is probably the entire truth; since it wouldn't unfold before millenia, they certainly weren't worried that V would care enough about it to refuse. They just omit some critical details, like ''when'' they would take custody of V's soul afterward (not correcting the elf's assumption it would be after death), nor what is their ''short-term'' goal (which involves the Gates). The only outright lies are that Vaarsuvius just happened to be next in line for requesting a deal, when they targeted the wizard specifically, and that all they want out of the deal is to prove their concept.
* FootnoteFever: They put footnotes in their ''speech''.
-->'''Cedrik:''' Magical powers beyond your wildest imaginings[=!*=]\\
'''Nero:''' [-*[[ReadTheFinePrint Based on typical wild imaginings of previous customers matching your demographic profile. Additional terms and restrictions may apply]].-]
* FreudianTrio: With Cedrik as the Id, Lee as the Superego, and Nero as the Ego, at least according to Sabine.
-->'''Sabine:''' [[TheSpock Director Lee]] sets up the traps and [[TheMcCoy Cedrik]] springs them when his gut tells him the time is right. And [[TheKirk Nero]] keeps them working together. It's scary effective.
* GambitRoulette: The IFCC really did get lucky with their plan. Expecting that [[spoiler:Vaarsuvius would attack Xykon with the powers they gave the elf]]? Reasonable. Hoping that [[spoiler:the attack would be effective enough to piss off Xykon, not powerful enough to kill him ''and'' that V would still be able to escape Xykon?]] Yeah, there was a lot that could've gone wrong. The IFCC even admits that they had no way to interfere and that their plan wasn't perfect.
* GlowingEyes: Yellow for Lee, orange for Cedrik, and purple for Nero. That's the sole facial feature that can be seen in the shadow of their hoods.
* HiddenAgendaVillain: They briefly discuss their goals with Qarr, but ultimately decide it's too much exposition to reveal now. [[spoiler:They involve V, the Gates, and Xykon]]. Sabine has been on their side from the beginning and even she only knows half of what they're up to.
* LoopholeAbuse: Their contract with Vaarsuvius dictates that each of them are granted a claim on V's soul. The contract never said that V had to be ''dead'' for them to call upon their claim.
%% Magnificent Bastards: YMMV trope.
* {{Manipulative Bastard}}s: Through use of ReversePsychology, they try to convince Vaarsuvius
order to make a [[DealWithTheDevil deal with them]] in the most blatant way possible... and they succeed. Then they imply that the spliced souls have the ability to influence him, even though they [[MagicFeather actually have no control at all]]. "We simply don't need to trick you if we can get what we want by playing it straight" sounds a LOT like "We're being honest" without actually meaning that at all.
* {{Meaningful Name}}s: LE, NE, and CE are the abbreviations ''D&D'' uses
better life for the three evil alignments.
* MrExposition: Being Messrs. Exposition is a good part of their role in the story, but they know when to stop before giving spoilers.
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** Averted (inverted?) with their address, which is "9 Hells Plaza, Lower Planes 00999".
** Note also that [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]], the strip where they enunciate their sinister mobiles, would have been strip #666 if not for the tribute pages to Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson.
* OminousLatinChanting: By courtesy of [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0635.html the choir of dead pedophiles]].
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: They consist of a [[LawfulEvil devil]], a [[ChaoticEvil demon]], and a [[NeutralEvil daemon]]. Their challenge is proving that different kinds of fiends can work together.
* PassThePopcorn: While scrying on soul-spliced Vaarsuvius, one of them prepares popcorn.
* ThePlan: The [[DealWithTheDevil Deal with a Mortal]] they made is just the ''start'' of it. It could be a GambitRoulette altogether, since they admitted themselves that they couldn't control all aspects of their plan. The ultimate goal is (apparently) to put an end to the [[EvilVersusEvil Blood War]] in favor of uniting their respective races to overrun the heavens.
* PowerTrio: Although it's not too evident for the times we see them, according to Sabine, Lee (Lawful Evil Devil) is the careful planner, Cedrik (Chaotic Evil Demon) is the intuitive, gutsy one, and Nero (Neutral Evil Daemon) keeps them working together.
* TimeStandsStill: From the moment they step on the island to offer Vaarsuvius their deal, time is stopped for the rest of the world, as they don't like to rush this kind of transaction.
* WhamLine: "Now." [[spoiler:After not appearing for several hundred strips, they call in Vaarsuvius's debt just when s/he's trying to stop Roy from destroying Girard's gate]].
goblins.



[[folder:Ganonron, Haerta Bloodsoak, Jephton the Unholy]]
!!Ganonron, Haerta Bloodsoak, Jephton the Unholy
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[[caption-width-right:200:Ganonron (left), Haerta (middle), and Jephton (right)]]

->'''Ganonron:''' Your doom is here.\\
'''Haerta Bloodsoak:''' Your doom is here.\\
'''Jephton the Unholy:''' Your doom is here.

->'''Races:''' Spirits (formerly human)\\
'''Gender:''' Male (Ganonron, Jephton), Female (Haerta)\\
'''Class:''' Wizard [Conjurer] (Ganonron), Wizard [Necromancer] (Haerta), Sorcerer/Archmage (Jephton)\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil (Ganonron), NeutralEvil (Haerta), ChaoticEvil (Jephton)

Three evil spirits which the IFCC bound to Vaarsuvius, dramatically bolstering the elf's magical prowess.

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[[folder:Ganonron, Haerta Bloodsoak, Jephton the Unholy]]
!!Ganonron, Haerta Bloodsoak, Jephton the Unholy
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[[folder:Banjo]]
!!Banjo
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[[caption-width-right:200:Ganonron (left), Haerta (middle), and Jephton (right)]]

->'''Ganonron:''' Your doom is here.\\
'''Haerta Bloodsoak:''' Your doom is here.\\
'''Jephton the Unholy:''' Your doom is here.

->'''Races:''' Spirits (formerly human)\\
org/pmwiki/pub/images/screen_shot_2017_03_19_at_122911_pm.png]]

->'''Race:''' God (unaffiliated) / Puppet\\
'''Gender:''' Male (Ganonron, Jephton), Female (Haerta)\\
'''Class:''' Wizard [Conjurer] (Ganonron), Wizard [Necromancer] (Haerta), Sorcerer/Archmage (Jephton)\\
Male\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil (Ganonron), NeutralEvil (Haerta), ChaoticEvil (Jephton)

Three evil spirits which
(probably) Chaotic Good

A small hand-puppet carried around by Elan, Banjo is
the IFCC bound to Vaarsuvius, dramatically bolstering God of Puppets. Although made up on the elf's magical prowess.spot by Elan one day, Banjo still just barely counts as a god due to the sheer strength of Elan's belief in Him.



* AffablyEvil: Despite being a trio of powerful and Evil magic users, they're actually pretty friendly with V. While we don't see much with Haerta because she is not around as long as the others, both Ganonron and Jephton show support of V, even reassuring that they're still with him during the fight with Xykon. They even apologize when Xykon's onslaught means V is unable to hold onto them.
* EvilLaugh: All of them have one, which V at first confuses it for theirs.
* ForTheEvulz: Being ChaoticEvil, Jephton seems to fits this, especially since he has a chipper personality and a smile on his face often. In fact, one of the things he told V was to try and ''unravel reality'' just to see if he can, but in a smiling and casual manner like suggesting a hobby.
* MassTeleportation: Ganonron's specialty was to teleport his army in front of his enemy's gates. Vaarsuvius is able to teleport the entire fleet of Azure city with it.
* MoreDeadlyThanTheMale: Haerta is mentioned to be the strongest, which is why she is the first to break out of the soul splice.
* SmugSnake: As far as Xykon is concerned, being the strongest spellcasters to be sent to Hell in a world where ImmortalityImmorality is possible just means you're a chump who couldn't stay in the game (though in Xykon's case, his immortality was more due to exploiting dumb luck.)

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* AffablyEvil: Despite being AnimateInanimateObject: Make no mistake, Banjo is definitely a trio god. He just happens to come in the form of powerful a googly-eyed hand-puppet.
* ArchNemesis: Giggles, the puppet God of Slapstick
and Evil magic users, they're actually pretty friendly with V. While we don't see much with Haerta because she his evil brother, who manages to have a whole island of worshippers, compared to Banjo's Elan.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Banjo
is a god of peace and love, but even he isn't above smiting non-believers (like Roy).
* CannotTellALie: Banjo will
not around lie, even to defend his only worshipper from the accusations of the Sapphire Guard.
* CargoCult: Since Banjo is an inanimate puppet, by definition any cult of his is a cargo cult. The same applies for Giggles.
* EldritchAbomination: Banjuhlu, who looks oddly similar to Banjo, save for the fact that he has tentacles for a face. What relation Banjuhlu has to Banjo is
as long yet unknown.
* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: Banjo sure does. The last time he tried to smite someone (Roy), he could only summon an incredibly tiny thunderbolt.
* HealingHands: At some point after the Empire of Blood arc, Banjo has acquired a doctorate and healing abilities. Considering a whole island of orcs believes in him, if only
as the others, both Ganonron and Jephton show support GoodCounterpart of V, even reassuring that they're still with him during the fight with Xykon. They even apologize when Xykon's onslaught means V is unable a much more important god.
* HumanSacrifice: The tribe of orcs tried
to hold onto them.
* EvilLaugh: All of them
sacrifice Lien to Banjo. Whether he would have one, which V at first confuses it for theirs.
accepted the offering is unclear.
* ForTheEvulz: Being ChaoticEvil, Jephton seems to fits this, especially since he has MeaningfulName: Always carries a chipper personality and a smile banjo on his face often. In fact, person. That's why he's called Banjo, as Elan helpfully makes clear.
* OddlySmallOrganisation: He has a grand total of
one worshiper, and that's Elan. He did have a small island of orcs, for a time, but they soon decided to convert to Giggles.
* OrangeBlueContrast: Banjo wears a blue robe, while his brother Giggles wears an orange one.
* PerpetualSmiler: No matter
the things he told V was situation, Banjo is always smiling. This is in direct contrast to try and ''unravel reality'' just to see if he can, his brother Giggles, who is a perpetual scowler.
* TradeYourPassionForGlory: He almost got into the Northern Pantheon,
but in a smiling and casual manner like suggesting a hobby.
* MassTeleportation: Ganonron's specialty was
Elan decided otherwise on Banjo's behalf, much to teleport his army in front of his enemy's gates. Vaarsuvius is able to teleport the entire fleet of Azure city with it.
* MoreDeadlyThanTheMale: Haerta is mentioned to be the strongest, which is why she is the first to break out of the soul splice.
* SmugSnake: As far as Xykon is concerned, being the strongest spellcasters to be sent to Hell in a world where ImmortalityImmorality is possible just means you're a chump who couldn't stay in the game (though in Xykon's case, his immortality was more due to exploiting dumb luck.)
Odin's disappointment. [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1027.html And now it's a]] (spoiler) PlotPoint.



[[folder:Sabine]]
See [[Characters/TheOrderOfTheStickTheLinearGuild The Linear Guild]]

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[[folder:Sabine]]
See [[Characters/TheOrderOfTheStickTheLinearGuild
!Celestial Forces

[[folder:The Planetar]]
!!The Planetar
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->''"Not going to slaughter a bunch of mortals just because you asked. Try again."''

->'''Race:''' Planetar\\
'''Gender:''' Unknown\\
'''Class:''' n/a\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulGood

A powerful warrior summoned by Gin-Jun to help him attack the Gorge Ravine outpost and finally find the Crimson Mantle.
----
* FlamingSword: Has a big one.
* KickThemWhileTheyAreDown:
The Linear Guild]]planetar does this to (a very deserving) Gin-Jun. When Gin-Jun orders the Planetar to fly him personally to the goblin outpost so he can slaughter the goblins, the planetar bluntly refuses and pointedly tells the proud Gin-Jun -- whose status as the leader of the Sapphire Guard meant everything to him -- that Gin-Jun's orders don't matter anymore because he's been expelled from the Sapphire Guard.
* OurAngelsAreDifferent: This one is bound to Gin-Jun's orders, but only if the orders don't grossly violate ethical rules.
* WingedHumanoid: An extremely tall humanoid with two gigantic wings.



[[folder:Qarr]]
!!Qarr
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->''"See, the first lesson of being 18-inches tall is: Find someone more powerful than you are, and glue your lips to their ass."''

->'''Race:''' Devil (Imp)\\
'''Gender:''' Male\\
'''Class:''' Sorcerer\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil

An imp, the IFCC's latest employee and former minion of Kubota (and an unknown devil).

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[[folder:Qarr]]
!!Qarr
[[quoteright:100:http://static.
!Infernal Forces

[[folder:The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission]]
!!The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission
[[quoteright:160:http://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/screen_shot_2017_03_12_at_105545_am.png]]

->''"See,
org/pmwiki/pub/images/ifcc_6496.gif]]
[[caption-width-right:160:Left to right: [[LawfulEvil Lee]], [[ChaoticEvil Cedrik]], and [[NeutralEvil Nero]], [[TheDividual for all it matters.]]]]
->'''Nero:''' Well, that went fairly well.\\
'''Lee:''' [[AllAccordingToPlan Everything is coming together quite nicely.]]\\
'''Cedrik:''' Yes, we've certainly thrown our chips in
the first lesson of being 18-inches tall is: Find someone more powerful than you are, and glue your lips to their ass."''

pot now, haven't we?

->'''Race:''' Devil (Imp)\\
'''Gender:''' Male\\
'''Class:''' Sorcerer\\
(Lee), Daemon (Nero), Demon (Cedrik)\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil

An imp,
LawfulEvil (Lee), NeutralEvil (Nero), ChaoticEvil (Cedrik)

Lee, Nero, and Cedrik: three powerful beings from
the IFCC's latest employee lower planes dedicated to uniting the factions of evil. So far this has meant appearing to Vaarsuvius in a desperate moment and former minion granting V unprecedented arcane power by "splicing" V with the souls of Kubota (and an unknown devil).three evil mages. Their long-term plans remain mysterious, but they require V to stay alive and involve the Gates.



* AffablyEvil: A given, considering his line of work is butt-kissing and temptation.
* AmbitionIsEvil: Being a go-getter is the reason the IFCC hired him.
* CharmPerson: He can charm dozens of monsters to attack good-aligned characters.
* DealWithTheDevil:
** Tries to make a simple one with V -- he would give the elf tips on evil spell components in exchange for helping him find an evil artifact. V's response is "Disintegrate!" [[spoiler:However, he's the link to V's actual deal.]]
** He tries another one on Blackwing, but instead tips his hand and reveals crucial information. The familiar notes that he kinda sucks at the temptation thing.
* DirtyCoward: Qarr will ''not'' stay around if confronted by anything stronger than him unless he has powerful help. [[spoiler:Despite being his familiar, he leaves Zz'dtri to die at Vampire Durkon's hands without a second thought.]]
* DragonWithAnAgenda: [[spoiler:As Zz'dtri's familiar. He's only serving Zz'dtri so he can attempt to lead V further astray.]]
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: If he was a decent adviser to Kubota, Qarr has much less success in tempting the heroic types. He nearly gets disintegrated by Vaarsuvius for his effort, and later, when attempting to bargain with Blackwing, all he manages to do is leak out vital information to the bird.
* EvilCounterpart: [[spoiler:The literal devil to Blackwing's "[[TheConscience good angel]]".]]
* EvilHasABadSenseOfHumor: He finds the revelation of [[spoiler:the full effect of the Familicide spell]] to be ''uproariously funny''. [[spoiler:Then again, he knows it was Vaarsuvius who did the Familicide, and is the only one aside from V and the IFCC to understand the true {{Irony}}.]]
* {{Flight}}: With bat-like wings. In fact, it's quite rare to see him on the ground.
* {{Familiar}}: [[spoiler:To [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0790.html Zz'dtri]], though it's mostly so the fiends have someone keeping an eye on Vaarsuvius for them.]]
* HornedHumanoid: Being an imp.
* TheImp: Since imps are embodiments of LawfulEvil, [[InNameOnly the trope does not apply]].
* ProfessionalButtKisser: He's small, kinda weak, around the right size to punt into a wall, and as a fiend lives in a world where the strong have all the power. He states that this is how his kind gets around.
* SarcasmBlind: He has some trouble understanding Vaarsuvius's heavy sarcasm during their exchange.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:When Durkon reveals that his newly evil alignment ''doesn't'' affect his loyalties (only making him more ruthless) and he goes after Zz'dtri, Qarr says he's out and wishes the drow good luck.]]
* {{Telepathy}}: He uses this to relay Kubota's orders. He can also sense "feelings" in people while relaying them too.
* VillainTeleportation: He uses it liberally during his fight with Blackwing, noting that it's useless trying to outrun him.
* TheWatson: Similar to Jirix, the author's commentary implies he was kept on the cast so the archfiends could have someone they could explain their plans to.
* WingedHumanoid: For a given value of "humanoid"; his tail and shape make him rather look a bit monkey-like.

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* AffablyEvil: A given, considering They were nothing if not polite to Vaarsuvius during their deal making. They even offered the elf an alternative solution that didn't involve [[spoiler:leasing V's soul]].[[note]]It must be noted they ''had'' to come up with an alternate plan for V so that V had a real choice, or there would be room for him/her to claim that the deal was done under duress.[[/note]] They also seem to be very pleasant employers. They hire Qarr immediately for his line of work is butt-kissing help in preparing their deal with Vaarsuvius, and temptation.
while they're understandably unhappy about Sabine breaking their very nice television [[spoiler:after Tarquin kills Nale]], one simply comments that it's coming out of her holiday bonus, and the next strip shows Sabine cleaning up the mess.
* AmbitionIsEvil: Being BenevolentBoss: They hire Qarr because they like a go-getter is the reason and treat him and Sabine with a lot of respect for beings made of evil.
* BigBadDuumvirate: Or Triumvirate. They lead
the IFCC hired him.
* CharmPerson: He can charm dozens of monsters
equally, though each is answerable to attack good-aligned characters.
* DealWithTheDevil:
** Tries to make a simple one with V -- he would give the elf tips
superiors on evil spell components in exchange for helping him find an evil artifact. V's response is "Disintegrate!" [[spoiler:However, he's the link to V's actual deal.]]
** He tries
their own plane. Whether or not they're ''real'' {{Big Bad}}s or just another one on Blackwing, but instead tips his hand and reveals crucial information. The familiar notes that he kinda sucks at the temptation thing.
* DirtyCoward: Qarr will ''not'' stay around if confronted by anything stronger than him unless he has powerful help. [[spoiler:Despite being his familiar, he leaves Zz'dtri to die at Vampire Durkon's hands without a second thought.]]
* DragonWithAnAgenda: [[spoiler:As Zz'dtri's familiar. He's only serving Zz'dtri so he can attempt to lead V further astray.]]
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: If he was a decent adviser to Kubota, Qarr has much less success in tempting the heroic types. He nearly gets disintegrated by Vaarsuvius for his effort, and later, when attempting to bargain with Blackwing, all he manages to do is leak out vital information to the bird.
* EvilCounterpart: [[spoiler:The literal devil to Blackwing's "[[TheConscience good angel]]".]]
* EvilHasABadSenseOfHumor: He finds the revelation of [[spoiler:the full effect of the Familicide spell]]
competing faction remains to be ''uproariously funny''. [[spoiler:Then again, he knows it was Vaarsuvius who did the Familicide, and is the only one aside from V and the IFCC to understand the true {{Irony}}.]]
seen.
* {{Flight}}: With bat-like wings. In fact, it's quite rare to see him on the ground.
* {{Familiar}}: [[spoiler:To
ChekhovsGunman: First seen in [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0790.com/comics/oots0380.html Zz'dtri]], though it's mostly so "While the fiends have someone keeping an eye on Fiend's Away..."]], but not formally introduced until [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0632.html much later]]. Heck, they were mentioned ''[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0062.html way]]'' back near the beginning -- Sabine explicitly said that she'd been sent "by the archfiends" to be Nale's consort/sidekick. These guys are the archfiends in question.
* {{The Chessmaster}}s: They are shaping up to be Chessmasters in a grand style, not only [[spoiler:manipulating V, and the Order through them, but also Team Evil and the Linear Guild as well.]] Lampshaded with the title of strip #668, [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]]. Considering one of their masterstroke was simply [[spoiler:holding
Vaarsuvius still for them.a mere 20 minutes,]] they're strong contender for the top chessmaster in the series.
* CirclingMonologue: They do this once during their [[DealWithTheDevil deal pitch]] to Vaarsuvius.
* ColorCodedCharacters: All three look identical except for the color of their eyes, which is also reflected in the text of their speech bubbles and the color of their magic auras. Lee's is yellow, Nero's purple, and Cedrik's orange.
* {{The Corrupter}}s: They are collectively this for Vaarsuvius. Sabine states that she'd seen them "take down" mortals way more righteous than the TrueNeutral wizard.
* CosmopolitanCouncil: The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission is a "community-based grassroots organization dedicated to building bridges between the diabolic, demonic, and daemonic populations."
* DealWithTheDevil: As well as the Daemon and Demon. They made one with Vaarsuvius: power in exchange for a time share on his soul.
* DemonLordsAndArchdevils: They are. Both kinds. Plus a Daemon director.
* TheDividual: They always talk and act as a trio. They're basically interchangeable, and despite being supposedly of different evil alignments, don't really have distinct personalities. Sabine describes their team dynamic in #903, but they'd still be identical without the color-coding.
* EarlyBirdCameo: First show up in a flashback commissioning Sabine to let them know of anything that might tip the balance of Good and Evil in their favor. It's well over three hundred strips later that they get a proper introduction.
* EvenEvilHasStandards:
** [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0635.html They consider pedophiles acceptable targets]].
** They were briefly shocked speechless [[spoiler:when Vaarsuvius used the Familicide spell.
]]
* HornedHumanoid: Being an imp.
* TheImp: Since imps are embodiments
** While they may neglect to correct V on any assumptions made (such as [[spoiler:being able to take possession of LawfulEvil, [[InNameOnly the their soul before they die]]), they will not violate their contract (like by [[spoiler:putting another soul in V's body, as their contract did not give them possession of it]]). They may be evil, but they pride themselves on ''fantastic'' customer service.
* EvilIsOneBigHappyFamily: The {{Trope Namer}}s, they both play with this
trope does not apply]].
* ProfessionalButtKisser: He's small, kinda weak, around
in several directions. On one hand, they aren't going to ally with or openly assist Xykon just because he's evil, because to them he's just another piece in the right size game; on the other, one of their long-term goals is to punt unite the three warring races of Fiends into a wall, single alliance.
* EvilPlan: They seem to have one of these going but for the first several hundred pages it's a HiddenAgendaVillain thing.
* {{The Faceless}}es: Their robe hoods shadow their face except for their glowing eyes.
* FalseReassurance: During their whole speech to entice Vaarsuvius into making a deal with them, they are honest. Everything they say is perfectly true, including the fact that V would keep control during the Soul Splice, save for the feelings of omnipotence it could induce. Even their stated long-term goal is probably the entire truth; since it wouldn't unfold before millenia, they certainly weren't worried that V would care enough about it to refuse. They just omit some critical details, like ''when'' they would take custody of V's soul afterward (not correcting the elf's assumption it would be after death), nor what is their ''short-term'' goal (which involves the Gates). The only outright lies are that Vaarsuvius just happened to be next in line for requesting a deal, when they targeted the wizard specifically,
and that all they want out of the deal is to prove their concept.
* FootnoteFever: They put footnotes in their ''speech''.
-->'''Cedrik:''' Magical powers beyond your wildest imaginings[=!*=]\\
'''Nero:''' [-*[[ReadTheFinePrint Based on typical wild imaginings of previous customers matching your demographic profile. Additional terms and restrictions may apply]].-]
* FreudianTrio: With Cedrik
as the Id, Lee as the Superego, and Nero as the Ego, at least according to Sabine.
-->'''Sabine:''' [[TheSpock Director Lee]] sets up the traps and [[TheMcCoy Cedrik]] springs them when his gut tells him the time is right. And [[TheKirk Nero]] keeps them working together. It's scary effective.
* GambitRoulette: The IFCC really did get lucky with their plan. Expecting that [[spoiler:Vaarsuvius would attack Xykon with the powers they gave the elf]]? Reasonable. Hoping that [[spoiler:the attack would be effective enough to piss off Xykon, not powerful enough to kill him ''and'' that V would still be able to escape Xykon?]] Yeah, there was
a fiend lives lot that could've gone wrong. The IFCC even admits that they had no way to interfere and that their plan wasn't perfect.
* GlowingEyes: Yellow for Lee, orange for Cedrik, and purple for Nero. That's the sole facial feature that can be seen
in the shadow of their hoods.
* HiddenAgendaVillain: They briefly discuss their goals with Qarr, but ultimately decide it's too much exposition to reveal now. [[spoiler:They involve V, the Gates, and Xykon]]. Sabine has been on their side from the beginning and even she only knows half of what they're up to.
* LoopholeAbuse: Their contract with Vaarsuvius dictates that each of them are granted
a world claim on V's soul. The contract never said that V had to be ''dead'' for them to call upon their claim.
%% Magnificent Bastards: YMMV trope.
* {{Manipulative Bastard}}s: Through use of ReversePsychology, they try to convince Vaarsuvius to make a [[DealWithTheDevil deal with them]] in the most blatant way possible... and they succeed. Then they imply that the spliced souls have the ability to influence him, even though they [[MagicFeather actually have no control at all]]. "We simply don't need to trick you if we can get what we want by playing it straight" sounds a LOT like "We're being honest" without actually meaning that at all.
* {{Meaningful Name}}s: LE, NE, and CE are the abbreviations ''D&D'' uses for the three evil alignments.
* MrExposition: Being Messrs. Exposition is a good part of their role in the story, but they know when to stop before giving spoilers.
* NumberOfTheBeast:
** Averted (inverted?) with their address, which is "9 Hells Plaza, Lower Planes 00999".
** Note also that [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]], the strip
where the strong they enunciate their sinister mobiles, would have all been strip #666 if not for the power. He states tribute pages to Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson.
* OminousLatinChanting: By courtesy of [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0635.html the choir of dead pedophiles]].
* OurDemonsAreDifferent: They consist of a [[LawfulEvil devil]], a [[ChaoticEvil demon]], and a [[NeutralEvil daemon]]. Their challenge is proving
that different kinds of fiends can work together.
* PassThePopcorn: While scrying on soul-spliced Vaarsuvius, one of them prepares popcorn.
* ThePlan: The [[DealWithTheDevil Deal with a Mortal]] they made is just the ''start'' of it. It could be a GambitRoulette altogether, since they admitted themselves that they couldn't control all aspects of their plan. The ultimate goal is (apparently) to put an end to the [[EvilVersusEvil Blood War]] in favor of uniting their respective races to overrun the heavens.
* PowerTrio: Although it's not too evident for the times we see them, according to Sabine, Lee (Lawful Evil Devil) is the careful planner, Cedrik (Chaotic Evil Demon) is the intuitive, gutsy one, and Nero (Neutral Evil Daemon) keeps them working together.
* TimeStandsStill: From the moment they step on the island to offer Vaarsuvius their deal, time is stopped for the rest of the world, as they don't like to rush
this is how his kind gets around.
of transaction.
* SarcasmBlind: He has some trouble understanding WhamLine: "Now." [[spoiler:After not appearing for several hundred strips, they call in Vaarsuvius's heavy sarcasm during their exchange.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:When Durkon reveals that his newly evil alignment ''doesn't'' affect his loyalties (only making him more ruthless) and he goes after Zz'dtri, Qarr says he's out and wishes the drow good luck.]]
* {{Telepathy}}: He uses this to relay Kubota's orders. He can also sense "feelings" in people while relaying them too.
* VillainTeleportation: He uses it liberally during his fight with Blackwing, noting that it's useless
debt just when s/he's trying to outrun him.
* TheWatson: Similar to Jirix, the author's commentary implies he was kept on the cast so the archfiends could have someone they could explain their plans to.
* WingedHumanoid: For a given value of "humanoid"; his tail and shape make him rather look a bit monkey-like.
stop Roy from destroying Girard's gate]].



!Other Gods

[[folder:The Dark One]]
!!The Dark One
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[[caption-width-right:150:The Dark One (right), with a regular hobgoblin for scale.]]

->''"I LIVE AGAIN!!"''

->'''Race:''' God (formerly goblin)\\
'''Gender:''' Male\\
'''Class:''' Unknown (rumors of a prestige class)\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil

The evil god of all goblinoids. Originally a goblin warlord born with purple skin, he united many tribes in a mighty army threatening the human lands. He was killed through treachery, but had so many followers that he rose to godhood. Now he plans to upset the status quo between PC and monster races by using the Snarl as a bargaining chip. He's working to this end through his true prophet, the bearer of the Crimson Mantle.

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!Other Gods

[[folder:The Dark One]]
!!The Dark One
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[[folder:Ganonron, Haerta Bloodsoak, Jephton the Unholy]]
!!Ganonron, Haerta Bloodsoak, Jephton the Unholy
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[[caption-width-right:150:The Dark One (right), with a regular hobgoblin for scale.]]

->''"I LIVE AGAIN!!"''

->'''Race:''' God
[[caption-width-right:200:Ganonron (left), Haerta (middle), and Jephton (right)]]

->'''Ganonron:''' Your doom is here.\\
'''Haerta Bloodsoak:''' Your doom is here.\\
'''Jephton the Unholy:''' Your doom is here.

->'''Races:''' Spirits
(formerly goblin)\\
human)\\
'''Gender:''' Male\\
Male (Ganonron, Jephton), Female (Haerta)\\
'''Class:''' Unknown (rumors of a prestige class)\\
Wizard [Conjurer] (Ganonron), Wizard [Necromancer] (Haerta), Sorcerer/Archmage (Jephton)\\
'''Alignment:''' LawfulEvil

The
LawfulEvil (Ganonron), NeutralEvil (Haerta), ChaoticEvil (Jephton)

Three
evil god of all goblinoids. Originally a goblin warlord born with purple skin, he united many tribes in a mighty army threatening spirits which the human lands. He was killed through treachery, but had so many followers that he rose IFCC bound to godhood. Now he plans to upset Vaarsuvius, dramatically bolstering the status quo between PC and monster races by using the Snarl as a bargaining chip. He's working to this end through his true prophet, the bearer of the Crimson Mantle.elf's magical prowess.



* AggressiveNegotiations: Back when a mortal, was killed during them.
* AntiVillain: He wants a better life for his people. Before he was betrayed, he didn't do much in the way of evil. He gathered the various goblins tribes under one banner but didn't order an attack. He planned to talk things out instead. [[spoiler:According to Right-Eye, he may have been this at first, but soon degenerated into "a petty spiteful god" who doesn't truly know, or care, about the goblin people more than revenge.]]
* AnAxeToGrind: His weapon of choice, both as a mortal and when about to fight with other gods.
* BeardOfEvil: Sports a goatee, and is listed as Evil.
* DeityOfHumanOrigin: More exactly, Deity of Goblinoid Origin -- the number of his followers allowed him to transcend his mortality and become a god.
* {{Flashback}}: So far has only appeared through [[ArtShift "crayons"]] flashbacks, never in the current action.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Went from just another goblin to be slain for XP (albeit one with better-than-usual stats) to a warlord, and then a god.
* GoneHorriblyWrong: It was hoped assassinating the Dark One would demoralize and dissolve his followers. Instead, it enraged them enough to embark on a year-long crusade of vengeance, which allowed the Dark One to ascend to godhood and learn about the Snarl.
* GreaterScopeVillain: To Redcloack. He is unable to personally involve himself in the plot, leaving Redcloak to carry out his will. His only known message to him is "Don't screw this up."
%% HardWorkHardlyWorks: The interpretation of "elite array" within ''D&D'' is too open to interpretation and source of speculation on the page. Do not put it back unless there's a really undeniable trope example.
* TheManBehindTheMan: He's the goblin god behind the goblin high priest, namely Redcloak.
* NobleWolf: His mount while a mortal is a wolf. Redcloak and other goblins would insist that it is a noble creature bearing the savior of his people.
* KilledMidSentence: By an assassin while negotiating with the leaders of the humans, elves and dwarves.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "His real name has been lost to antiquity."
* PurpleIsPowerful: The only purple goblinoid we've seen, and he's the most powerful of his kind of which we know, to where the number and devotion of his followers allowed him to transcend his death and become their literal ''god''.
* RageAgainstTheHeavens: Initially, he's got a beef with his fellow mortals (humans, elves, etc.). After he becomes a god himself and learns the truth about the purpose of his race, however, he's understandably ''pissed''.
* SavageWolves: His mount while a mortal is a wolf. Humans would argue that is is one more mark of a villainous warlord that will destroy their civilization.
* {{Ubermensch}}: Very much so. Starting out as an above-average goblin, he becomes a warlord and then a ''god'', all with the purpose of defying the natural order (namely, his people being desginated fodder for adventurers) for the sake of his people... and willing to gain access to an EldritchAbomination to do so.
* VaguenessIsComing: {{Averted|Trope}} with his message for Redcloak -- [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0704.html "Don't screw this up."]]
-->'''Redcloak:''' Well, as theological revelations go, I guess that's refreshingly direct.\\
'''Jirix:''' Then he added, "No pressure, though," which I thought was nice.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He threatens all of creation with extinction in order to make a better life for the goblins.

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* AggressiveNegotiations: Back when AffablyEvil: Despite being a mortal, was killed trio of powerful and Evil magic users, they're actually pretty friendly with V. While we don't see much with Haerta because she is not around as long as the others, both Ganonron and Jephton show support of V, even reassuring that they're still with him during them.
* AntiVillain: He wants a better life for his people. Before he was betrayed, he didn't do much in
the way of evil. He gathered the various goblins tribes under one banner but didn't order an attack. He planned to talk things out instead. [[spoiler:According to Right-Eye, he may have been this at first, but soon degenerated into "a petty spiteful god" who doesn't truly know, or care, about the goblin people more than revenge.]]
* AnAxeToGrind: His weapon of choice, both as a mortal and when about to
fight with other gods.
* BeardOfEvil: Sports a goatee, and is listed as Evil.
* DeityOfHumanOrigin: More exactly, Deity of Goblinoid Origin -- the number of his followers allowed him to transcend his mortality and become a god.
* {{Flashback}}: So far has only appeared through [[ArtShift "crayons"]] flashbacks, never in the current action.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Went from just another goblin to be slain for XP (albeit one with better-than-usual stats) to a warlord, and then a god.
* GoneHorriblyWrong: It was hoped assassinating the Dark One would demoralize and dissolve his followers. Instead, it enraged them enough to embark on a year-long crusade of vengeance, which allowed the Dark One to ascend to godhood and learn about the Snarl.
* GreaterScopeVillain: To Redcloack. He
Xykon. They even apologize when Xykon's onslaught means V is unable to personally involve himself in the plot, leaving Redcloak hold onto them.
* EvilLaugh: All of them have one, which V at first confuses it for theirs.
* ForTheEvulz: Being ChaoticEvil, Jephton seems
to carry out fits this, especially since he has a chipper personality and a smile on his will. His only known message to him is "Don't screw this up."
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* TheManBehindTheMan: He's the goblin god behind the goblin high priest, namely Redcloak.
* NobleWolf: His mount while a mortal is a wolf. Redcloak and other goblins would insist that it is a noble creature bearing the savior of his people.
* KilledMidSentence: By an assassin while negotiating with the leaders
face often. In fact, one of the humans, elves things he told V was to try and dwarves.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "His real name has been lost
''unravel reality'' just to antiquity."
* PurpleIsPowerful: The only purple goblinoid we've seen,
see if he can, but in a smiling and he's the most powerful of his kind of which we know, to where the number and devotion of his followers allowed him to transcend his death and become their literal ''god''.casual manner like suggesting a hobby.
* RageAgainstTheHeavens: Initially, he's got a beef with MassTeleportation: Ganonron's specialty was to teleport his fellow mortals (humans, elves, etc.). After he becomes a god himself and learns the truth about the purpose army in front of his race, however, he's understandably ''pissed''.
* SavageWolves: His mount while a mortal
enemy's gates. Vaarsuvius is a wolf. Humans would argue that is is one more mark able to teleport the entire fleet of a villainous warlord that will destroy their civilization.
* {{Ubermensch}}: Very much so. Starting out as an above-average goblin, he becomes a warlord and then a ''god'', all
Azure city with it.
* MoreDeadlyThanTheMale: Haerta is mentioned to be
the purpose of defying strongest, which is why she is the natural order (namely, his people first to break out of the soul splice.
* SmugSnake: As far as Xykon is concerned,
being desginated fodder for adventurers) for the sake of strongest spellcasters to be sent to Hell in a world where ImmortalityImmorality is possible just means you're a chump who couldn't stay in the game (though in Xykon's case, his people... and willing to gain access to an EldritchAbomination to do so.
* VaguenessIsComing: {{Averted|Trope}} with his message for Redcloak -- [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0704.html "Don't screw this up."]]
-->'''Redcloak:''' Well, as theological revelations go, I guess that's refreshingly direct.\\
'''Jirix:''' Then he added, "No pressure, though," which I thought
immortality was nice.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: He threatens all of creation with extinction in order
more due to make a better life for the goblins.exploiting dumb luck.)



[[folder:Banjo]]
!!Banjo
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->'''Race:''' God (unaffiliated) / Puppet\\

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!!Banjo
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[[folder:Sabine]]
See [[Characters/TheOrderOfTheStickTheLinearGuild The Linear Guild]]
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[[folder:Qarr]]
!!Qarr
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->''"See, the first lesson of being 18-inches tall is: Find someone more powerful than you are, and glue your lips to their ass."''

->'''Race:''' God (unaffiliated) / Puppet\\Devil (Imp)\\



'''Alignment:''' (probably) Chaotic Good

A small hand-puppet carried around by Elan, Banjo is the God of Puppets. Although made up on the spot by Elan one day, Banjo still just barely counts as a god due to the sheer strength of Elan's belief in Him.

* AnimateInanimateObject: Make no mistake, Banjo is definitely a god. He just happens to come in the form of a googly-eyed hand-puppet.
* ArchNemesis: Giggles, the puppet God of Slapstick and his evil brother, who manages to have a whole island of worshippers, compared to Banjo's Elan.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Banjo is a god of peace and love, but even he isn't above smiting non-believers (like Roy).
* CannotTellALie: Banjo will not lie, even to defend his only worshipper from the accusations of the Sapphire Guard.
* CargoCult: Since Banjo is an inanimate puppet, by definition any cult of his is a cargo cult. The same applies for Giggles.
* EldritchAbomination: Banjuhlu, who looks oddly similar to Banjo, save for the fact that he has tentacles for a face. What relation Banjuhlu has to Banjo is as yet unknown.
* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: Banjo sure does. The last time he tried to smite someone (Roy), he could only summon an incredibly tiny thunderbolt.
* HealingHands: At some point after the Empire of Blood arc, Banjo has acquired a doctorate and healing abilities. Considering a whole island of orcs believes in him, if only as the GoodCounterpart of a much more important god.
* HumanSacrifice: The tribe of orcs tried to sacrifice Lien to Banjo. Whether he would have accepted the offering is unclear.
* MeaningfulName: Always carries a banjo on his person. That's why he's called Banjo, as Elan helpfully makes clear.
* OddlySmallOrganisation: He has a grand total of one worshiper, and that's Elan. He did have a small island of orcs, for a time, but they soon decided to convert to Giggles.
* OrangeBlueContrast: Banjo wears a blue robe, while his brother Giggles wears an orange one.
* PerpetualSmiler: No matter the situation, Banjo is always smiling. This is in direct contrast to his brother Giggles, who is a perpetual scowler.
* TradeYourPassionForGlory: He almost got into the Northern Pantheon, but Elan decided otherwise on Banjo's behalf, much to Odin's disappointment. [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1027.html And now it's a]] (spoiler) PlotPoint.

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'''Class:''' Sorcerer\\
'''Alignment:''' (probably) Chaotic Good

LawfulEvil

An imp, the IFCC's latest employee and former minion of Kubota (and an unknown devil).
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* AffablyEvil:
A small hand-puppet carried given, considering his line of work is butt-kissing and temptation.
* AmbitionIsEvil: Being a go-getter is the reason the IFCC hired him.
* CharmPerson: He can charm dozens of monsters to attack good-aligned characters.
* DealWithTheDevil:
** Tries to make a simple one with V -- he would give the elf tips on evil spell components in exchange for helping him find an evil artifact. V's response is "Disintegrate!" [[spoiler:However, he's the link to V's actual deal.]]
** He tries another one on Blackwing, but instead tips his hand and reveals crucial information. The familiar notes that he kinda sucks at the temptation thing.
* DirtyCoward: Qarr will ''not'' stay
around if confronted by Elan, Banjo is anything stronger than him unless he has powerful help. [[spoiler:Despite being his familiar, he leaves Zz'dtri to die at Vampire Durkon's hands without a second thought.]]
* DragonWithAnAgenda: [[spoiler:As Zz'dtri's familiar. He's only serving Zz'dtri so he can attempt to lead V further astray.]]
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: If he was a decent adviser to Kubota, Qarr has much less success in tempting
the God of Puppets. Although made up on the spot heroic types. He nearly gets disintegrated by Elan one day, Banjo still just barely counts as a god due to the sheer strength of Elan's belief in Him.

* AnimateInanimateObject: Make no mistake, Banjo is definitely a god. He just happens to come in the form of a googly-eyed hand-puppet.
* ArchNemesis: Giggles, the puppet God of Slapstick
Vaarsuvius for his effort, and his evil brother, who later, when attempting to bargain with Blackwing, all he manages to have a whole island of worshippers, compared do is leak out vital information to Banjo's Elan.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Banjo is a god of peace and love, but even he isn't above smiting non-believers (like Roy).
* CannotTellALie: Banjo will not lie, even to defend his only worshipper from
the accusations bird.
* EvilCounterpart: [[spoiler:The literal devil to Blackwing's "[[TheConscience good angel]]".]]
* EvilHasABadSenseOfHumor: He finds the revelation of [[spoiler:the full effect
of the Sapphire Guard.
* CargoCult: Since Banjo is an inanimate puppet, by definition any cult of his is a cargo cult. The same applies for Giggles.
* EldritchAbomination: Banjuhlu,
Familicide spell]] to be ''uproariously funny''. [[spoiler:Then again, he knows it was Vaarsuvius who looks oddly similar to Banjo, save for did the fact that he has tentacles for a face. What relation Banjuhlu has to Banjo Familicide, and is as yet unknown.
* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: Banjo sure does. The last time he tried to smite someone (Roy), he could
the only summon an incredibly tiny thunderbolt.
* HealingHands: At some point after
one aside from V and the Empire of Blood arc, Banjo has acquired a doctorate and healing abilities. Considering a whole island of orcs believes in him, if only as IFCC to understand the GoodCounterpart of a much more important god.
true {{Irony}}.]]
* HumanSacrifice: The tribe of orcs tried {{Flight}}: With bat-like wings. In fact, it's quite rare to sacrifice Lien to Banjo. Whether he would have accepted see him on the offering is unclear.
ground.
* MeaningfulName: Always carries a banjo on his person. That's why he's called Banjo, as Elan helpfully makes clear.
* OddlySmallOrganisation: He has a grand total of one worshiper, and that's Elan. He did have a small island of orcs, for a time, but they soon decided to convert to Giggles.
* OrangeBlueContrast: Banjo wears a blue robe, while his brother Giggles wears an orange one.
* PerpetualSmiler: No matter the situation, Banjo is always smiling. This is in direct contrast to his brother Giggles, who is a perpetual scowler.
* TradeYourPassionForGlory: He almost got into the Northern Pantheon, but Elan decided otherwise on Banjo's behalf, much to Odin's disappointment.
{{Familiar}}: [[spoiler:To [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1027.com/comics/oots0790.html And now Zz'dtri]], though it's a]] (spoiler) PlotPoint.mostly so the fiends have someone keeping an eye on Vaarsuvius for them.]]
* HornedHumanoid: Being an imp.
* TheImp: Since imps are embodiments of LawfulEvil, [[InNameOnly the trope does not apply]].
* ProfessionalButtKisser: He's small, kinda weak, around the right size to punt into a wall, and as a fiend lives in a world where the strong have all the power. He states that this is how his kind gets around.
* SarcasmBlind: He has some trouble understanding Vaarsuvius's heavy sarcasm during their exchange.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:When Durkon reveals that his newly evil alignment ''doesn't'' affect his loyalties (only making him more ruthless) and he goes after Zz'dtri, Qarr says he's out and wishes the drow good luck.]]
* {{Telepathy}}: He uses this to relay Kubota's orders. He can also sense "feelings" in people while relaying them too.
* VillainTeleportation: He uses it liberally during his fight with Blackwing, noting that it's useless trying to outrun him.
* TheWatson: Similar to Jirix, the author's commentary implies he was kept on the cast so the archfiends could have someone they could explain their plans to.
* WingedHumanoid: For a given value of "humanoid"; his tail and shape make him rather look a bit monkey-like.
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->'''Race:''' God [Northern]\\

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->'''Race:''' God Demigod [Northern]\\



* BenevolentBoss: They hire Qaar because they like a go-getter and treat him and Sabine with a lot of respect for being made of evil.

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* BenevolentBoss: They hire Qaar Qarr because they like a go-getter and treat him and Sabine with a lot of respect for being beings made of evil.



* FalseReassurance: During their whole speech to entice Vaarsuvius into making a deal with them, they are honest. Everything they say is perfectly true, including the fact that V would keep control during the Soul Splice, save for the feelings of omnipotence it could induce. Even their stated long-term goal is probably the entire truth; since it wouldn't unfold before millenia, they certainly weren't worried that V would care enough about it to refuse. They just omitted some critical details, like ''when'' they would take custody of V's soul afterward (not correcting the elf's assumption it would be after death), nor what is their ''short-term'' goal (which involves the Gates). The only outright lies were that Vaarsuvius just happened to be next in line for requesting a deal, when they targeted the wizard specifically, and that all they wanted out of the deal was to prove their concept.

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* FalseReassurance: During their whole speech to entice Vaarsuvius into making a deal with them, they are honest. Everything they say is perfectly true, including the fact that V would keep control during the Soul Splice, save for the feelings of omnipotence it could induce. Even their stated long-term goal is probably the entire truth; since it wouldn't unfold before millenia, they certainly weren't worried that V would care enough about it to refuse. They just omitted omit some critical details, like ''when'' they would take custody of V's soul afterward (not correcting the elf's assumption it would be after death), nor what is their ''short-term'' goal (which involves the Gates). The only outright lies were are that Vaarsuvius just happened to be next in line for requesting a deal, when they targeted the wizard specifically, and that all they wanted want out of the deal was is to prove their concept.



* EvilLaugh: All of them have one, which V at first confuses for his.

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* EvilLaugh: All of them have one, which V at first confuses it for his.theirs.
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* {{The Chessmaster}}s: They are shaping up to be Chessmasters in a grand style, not only [[spoiler:manipulating V, and the Order through them, but also Team Evil and the Linear Guild as well.]] Lampshaded with the title of strip #668, [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]].

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* {{The Chessmaster}}s: They are shaping up to be Chessmasters in a grand style, not only [[spoiler:manipulating V, and the Order through them, but also Team Evil and the Linear Guild as well.]] Lampshaded with the title of strip #668, [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0668.html "Moving the Pieces"]]. Considering one of their masterstroke was simply [[spoiler:holding Vaarsuvius still for a mere 20 minutes,]] they're strong contender for the top chessmaster in the series.
20th Oct '17 4:17:35 AM zequeins
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-->'''Loki:''' She has flowers in her hair and bluebirds singing around her head. Who did you think she was, the bringer of pestilence?

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-->'''Loki:''' She has flowers in her hair and bluebirds singing around her head. Who did you think she was, the bringer of pestilence?pestilence?\\
'''Loki:''' Gosh, I didn't know our divine energy color was yellow because we were all a bunch of cowards.
23rd Sep '17 2:06:00 PM StFan
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->'''Malack''' His fiery rage brings the end of all things.

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->'''Malack''' ->'''Malack:''' His fiery rage brings the end of all things.
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!Divine Beings



[[WMG:Northern Pantheon]]

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[[WMG:Southern Pantheon]]

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[[WMG:Southern Pantheon]]
!Southern Pantheon



[[WMG:Western Pantheon]]

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!Western Pantheon



[[WMG:Eastern Pantheon]]

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[[WMG:Eastern Pantheon]]
!Eastern Pantheon



[[WMG:Infernal Forces]]

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[[WMG:Infernal Forces]]
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[[WMG:Other Gods]]

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!Other Gods
19th Sep '17 7:06:22 PM RoninMacbeth
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[[caption-width-right:160:Left to right: [[LawfulEvil Lee]], [[ChaoticEvil Cedrik]], and [[NeutralEvil Nero]], [[TheDividual for all it matters.]]]]
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* SmarterThanYouLook: Generally a goofball and almost instated a hand puppet into the Pantheon, but he seems to know more about the Snarl and the [[spoiler:world inside of the rifts]] than almost anyone else.
** Also [[spoiler:the Order pointed out that when his high priest gave the prophecy about Durkon to Hurak, he must have known Hurak's response would [[SelfFulfillingProphecy set up the chain of events leading]] to the Godsmoot and [[EverybodyHatesHades Hel's]] plan. Coupled with his seeming knowledge of what is inside the Rifts, he probably has more to do with the current storyline than he is letting on...]]

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* SmarterThanYouLook: Generally a goofball and almost instated a hand puppet into the Pantheon, but he seems to know more about the Snarl and the [[spoiler:world inside of the rifts]] than almost anyone else.
** Also [[spoiler:the
else. Also, the Order pointed points out that when [[spoiler:when his high priest gave the prophecy about Durkon to Hurak, he must have known Hurak's response would [[SelfFulfillingProphecy set up the chain of events leading]] to the Godsmoot and [[EverybodyHatesHades Hel's]] plan. Coupled with his seeming knowledge of what is inside the Rifts, he probably has more to do with the current storyline than he is letting on...]]
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* OmniscientMoralityLicense: [[spoiler:He sent a SelfFulfillingProphecy that got Durkon exiled and turned into a vampire loyal to Hel's plans to destroy the world. The Order {{Lampshade}}s and derides him for this, but Roy assumes he must have had some reason for setting these events into motion other than destroying the world.]]

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* OmniscientMoralityLicense: [[spoiler:He sent a SelfFulfillingProphecy that got Durkon exiled and turned into a vampire loyal to Hel's plans to destroy the world. The Order {{Lampshade}}s and derides him for this, but Roy assumes he must then figures out that without [[TheHeart Durkon's presence grounding them]], they wouldn't have had some reason for setting these events into motion other than destroying the world.been able to get as far as they have in stopping Xykon.]]
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** Also [[spoiler:the Order pointed out that when his high priest gave the prophecy about Durkon to Hurak, he must have known Hurak's response would [[SelfFulfillingProphecy set up the chain of events leading]] to the Godsmoot and [[EverybodyHatesHades Hel's]] plan. Coupled with his seeming knowledge of what is inside the Rifts, he probably has more to do with the current storyline than he is letting on...]]
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