History Literature / WhateleyUniverse

27th Apr '16 1:53:04 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Some of the more powerful beings from the Fivefold Court era, whose spirits were shattered during the Sundering, have managed to reincarnation different parts of themselves over the ages until one of the reincarnations arose with a mutant power that allowed them to gather the shards together and wholly re-create themselves. The most powerful of these, Aunghadhail, was indeed worshiped by the Werefolk, whom she created, though Fey prefers not to see herself as actually divine.

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** Some of the more powerful beings from the Fivefold Court era, whose spirits were shattered during the Sundering, have managed to reincarnation reincarnate different parts of themselves over the ages until one of the reincarnations arose would happen to arise in someone with a mutant power that allowed them to gather the shards together and wholly re-create themselves. The most powerful of these, Aunghadhail, was indeed worshiped by the Werefolk, whom she created, though Fey prefers not to see herself as actually divine.
27th Apr '16 1:51:27 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Some of the more powerful beings from the Five Courts era, whose spirits were shattered during the Sundering, have managed to reincarnation different parts of themselves over the ages until one of the reincarnations arose with a mutant power that allowed them to gather the shards together and wholly re-create themselves. The most powerful of these, Aunghadhail, was indeed worshiped by the Werefolk, whom she created, though Fey prefers not to see herself as actually divine.

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** Some of the more powerful beings from the Five Courts Fivefold Court era, whose spirits were shattered during the Sundering, have managed to reincarnation different parts of themselves over the ages until one of the reincarnations arose with a mutant power that allowed them to gather the shards together and wholly re-create themselves. The most powerful of these, Aunghadhail, was indeed worshiped by the Werefolk, whom she created, though Fey prefers not to see herself as actually divine.
27th Apr '16 1:50:27 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** The New Olympians are similar to Avatars, in that they are the original Greek Gods who took over the bodies of human children with high potential for mutant powers, but they didn't specifically chose mutants with the Avatar ability and thus don't show up through tests meant to detect Avatars.

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** The New Olympians are similar to Avatars, in that they are the original Greek Gods who took over the bodies of newborn human children with who had high potential for mutant powers, but they didn't specifically chose choose mutants with the Avatar ability and thus don't show up through tests meant to detect Avatars.



** Some of the more human-like [[EldritchAbomination Class X Entities]], such as Nyarlathotep ang Gothmog, are willing to take human form when needed, though apparently it requires quite a few [[HumanSacrifice HumanSacrifices]] by their followers to translate them into this plane for even a short time.

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** Some of the more human-like [[EldritchAbomination Class X Entities]], such as Nyarlathotep ang and Gothmog, are willing to take human form when needed, though apparently it requires quite a few [[HumanSacrifice HumanSacrifices]] Human Sacrifices]] by their followers to translate them into this plane for even a short time.
27th Apr '16 1:47:42 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* PhysicalGod: there are several, of different types:
** Avatars which sufficiently large hallows can become Paladins to gods or other powerful entities; rather than the Avatar serving as the spirit's hallow, the spirit empowers the Paladin with a part of its essence, in exchange for the Paladin serving the god's wishes. Examples: Miyet, Pejuta.
** The New Olympians are similar to Avatars, in that they are the original Greek Gods who took over the bodies of human children with high potential for mutant powers, but they didn't specifically chose mutants with the Avatar ability and thus don't show up through tests meant to detect Avatars.
** Carmilla is part human, part EldritchAbomination, and is worshiped by the Cult of Kellith.
** Some of the more human-like [[EldritchAbomination Class X Entities]], such as Nyarlathotep ang Gothmog, are willing to take human form when needed, though apparently it requires quite a few [[HumanSacrifice HumanSacrifices]] by their followers to translate them into this plane for even a short time.
** Lucifer has managed to appear on Earth as well (in a church, no less), though it may be that he can only materialize in the presence of certain individuals such as the Scarlet Knight.
** Some of the more powerful beings from the Five Courts era, whose spirits were shattered during the Sundering, have managed to reincarnation different parts of themselves over the ages until one of the reincarnations arose with a mutant power that allowed them to gather the shards together and wholly re-create themselves. The most powerful of these, Aunghadhail, was indeed worshiped by the Werefolk, whom she created, though Fey prefers not to see herself as actually divine.
27th Apr '16 1:02:02 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* DatingCatwoman:
** Part of why Imp [[spoiler: agrees to go to Whateley as an art teacher]] is to get away from [[spoiler:Superhawk]], whom she had developed a romantic interest in.
** Vamp used this as a ploy to get sympathy from Skyhawk, who fell for it hook, line and sinker.
** Dragonblade is the result of a liaison between the hero Shadowmage and cult leader The Witch Queen. The custody battle that occurred when Shadowmage found out about A.J. was apparently quite spectacular.
** She-Beast suspects that her real mother is the superheroine White Witch, and when she was younger imagined that this was what happened. She's still not sure who her mother really was, but she's no longer quite so sanguine about the relationship.
22nd Apr '16 4:09:03 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* Lapin (Lucretia del Bosque) - Victim of a mutation ray that her MadScientist former girlfriend used on her in a fit of jealous rage.

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* Lapin (Lucretia del Bosque) - Victim The victim of a mutation ray that her his MadScientist former girlfriend used on her him in a fit of jealous rage.rage, which gave her the Body Image Template of a well-known superheroine.
22nd Apr '16 3:20:49 PM Schol-R-LEA
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Around 2014, the Canon Cabal ([[RunningGag who don't exist]]) started developing plans for a second generation of Whateley stories, and recruited several fanfic authors for new Cabal. The first of these stories were released in late 2015. While they take place at Whateley, they occur several years after the main cast would have graduated, with an all-new team and new plotlines. As of April 2016, the first story arc has ended, though the students have yet to reach Whateley, and two of the [[SuperOriginStory Super Origin Stories]] have gotten underway.

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Around 2014, the Canon Cabal ([[RunningGag who don't exist]]) started developing plans for a second generation of Whateley stories, and recruited several fanfic authors for new Cabal. The first of these stories were released in late 2015. While they take place at Whateley, they occur several years after the main cast would have graduated, with an all-new team and new plotlines. As of April 2016, the first story arc has ended, though the students have yet to reach Whateley, and two of the [[SuperOriginStory Super Origin Stories]] SuperheroOrigin stories have gotten underway.
22nd Apr '16 10:34:03 AM Schol-R-LEA
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Recently, the Canon Cabal ([[RunningGag who don't exist]]) have started developing plans for a second generation of Whateley stories. While they would take place at Whateley, they would occur several years after the main cast would have graduated, with an all-new team and new plotlines. The first of these second generation stories popped up sometime around the end of 2015.

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Recently, Around 2014, the Canon Cabal ([[RunningGag who don't exist]]) have started developing plans for a second generation of Whateley stories. stories, and recruited several fanfic authors for new Cabal. The first of these stories were released in late 2015. While they would take place at Whateley, they would occur several years after the main cast would have graduated, with an all-new team and new plotlines. The As of April 2016, the first of these second generation stories popped up sometime around story arc has ended, though the end students have yet to reach Whateley, and two of 2015.
the [[SuperOriginStory Super Origin Stories]] have gotten underway.



* Evan Ramsey (no codename as yet) and his friends, a group of ordinary teenagers who were involuntarily used by their captors as living incubators for dynamorphs but escaped before the dynamorphs could be harvested. They're currently travelling across America in the hope of making it to Whateley.

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* Evan Ramsey (no codename as yet) and his friends, a group of ordinary teenagers who were involuntarily used by their captors as living incubators for dynamorphs but escaped before the dynamorphs could be harvested. They're currently travelling traveling across America in the hope of making it to Whateley.
Whateley.

The new characters for the 2nd Gen stories include:
* Hikaru Myoujin (no code name given yet) - Member of a branch of Japan's Imperial family who was trained from birth to serve as a Shinto priestess, only to find ''herself'' the object of worship when she becomes the [[PhysicalGod Paladin of Amaterasu]].
* Kenshin (Taka Ono)
* Dragonsfyre (Morgana Jones)
* Glyph (Bianca St. Claire) - LegacyCharacter whose Avatar mutation allowed him to inherit an AlwaysFemale role - but with the result that ''she'' became a GenderBender as the power adapts her to the role.
* Eisenmadel (Erica von Abendritter)
* Lapin (Lucretia del Bosque) - Victim of a mutation ray that her MadScientist former girlfriend used on her in a fit of jealous rage.
* Invictus (Tanya Wright)
* Cerulea (Laura Samuels)
* Calliope (Fiorella Persico)
* Nicholas Brennan, Jr. (no code name chosen yet) - second-generation member of a genetically-engineered race of PettingZooPeople, he is the oldest of the Horse Animen to be born that way, and the first to learn that their creator, Dr. DNA, had left an extra gift in their genome in the form of the Mutant Meta-Gene Complex.
* Dragonblade (A.J. Blackstone) - Child of [[DatingCatwoman a superhero and a supervillainess]], AJ was already receiving magical training when his mutation kicked in.
20th Apr '16 6:17:58 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** Sinsear began as a vigilante who used his flame powers to 'purge evil' (i.e., torture and kill criminals or anyone else who didn't live up to his warped standards).

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** Sinsear began as a vigilante who used his flame powers to 'purge evil' (i.e., torture and kill criminals or anyone else who didn't live up to his warped standards).standards) and may even toned things down a bit when he went full-out AxCrazy later, if only because he was too obsessed with Ginormous to bother with criminals any more.
20th Apr '16 4:57:53 PM Schol-R-LEA
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* KnightTemplar: Unpleasantly common, both for heroes and villains:
** Rev. Darryl Englund put the entire student body and security force in jeopardy in an attempt to end the threat he sees in Carmilla. While he is never directly punished for this, he does lose his position as a one of the deans at Whateley for his role in the Halloween disaster.
** SocialDarwinist Crucible attempts to get people to appreciate life by [[DieOrFly causing disasters that kill and cripple thousands]].
** Sinsear began as a vigilante who used his flame powers to 'purge evil' (i.e., torture and kill criminals or anyone else who didn't live up to his warped standards).
** The Lamplighter, who takes this to LawfulStupid proportions.
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