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28th May '18 9:34:52 AM DanteVin
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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'': According to myth, the God of Creation created the Sky World which had the various races slowly grow on the many islands that were created. Eventually his creations rebelled against the god, splitting him into two beings, one with the power of creation and the other wielding the power of destruction and regeneration. The former left, creating a stagnant world, being unable to destroy anything. The latter stayed in the sky world, making it undergo a cycle of destruction and regeneration all the way up to the present day. [[spoiler:As of the "Right Behind You" event, it's ''really'' unclear how much of this is actually true and how much of it is a misremembering of events between the Astrals and the Moon-dwellers.]]

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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'': According to myth, In ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', the God of Creation created the [[WorldInTheSky Sky World World]] which had the various races slowly grow on the many islands that were created. Eventually his creations rebelled against the god, splitting him into two beings, one with the power of creation and the other wielding the power of destruction and regeneration. The former left, creating a stagnant world, being unable to destroy anything. The latter stayed in the sky world, Sky World, making it undergo a cycle of destruction and regeneration all the way up to the present day. [[spoiler:As It's only brought up in the game when the player character, Lyria, and Vyrn reach the depths of Pandemonium, TheAlcatraz for Primal Beasts and wonder whether Pandemonium reaches down to the world of the "Right Behind You" event, it's ''really'' unclear how much god of this is actually true and how much of it is a misremembering of events between creation. It's later hinted several times that the Astrals and denizens of the Moon-dwellers.]]Crimson Horizon, the world created by that god, have been trying to use Pandemonium as a bridge into the Sky World.



* In ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', the God of Creation created the [[WorldInTheSky Sky World]] which had the various races slowly grow on the many islands that were created. Eventually his creations rebelled against the god, splitting him into two beings, one with the power of creation and the other wielding the power of destruction and regeneration. The former left, creating a stagnant world, being unable to destroy anything. The latter stayed in the Sky World, making it undergo a cycle of destruction and regeneration all the way up to the present day. It's only brought up in the game when the player character, Lyria, and Vyrn reach the depths of Pandemonium, TheAlcatraz for Primal Beasts and wonder whether Pandemonium reaches down to the world of the god of creation. It's later hinted several times that the denizens of the Crimson Horizon, the world created by that god, have been trying to use Pandemonium as a bridge into the Sky World.
11th Apr '18 2:17:45 AM Morgenthaler
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Compare CreationStory, where characters of the story are involved as creators or witnesses.

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Compare CreationStory, where characters of the story are involved as creators or witnesses.
witnesses. See also CausedTheBigBang.
16th Mar '18 1:17:29 AM DanteVin
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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'': According to myth, the God of Creation created the Sky World which had the various races slowly grow on the many islands that were created. Eventually his creations rebelled against the god, splitting him into two beings, one with the power of creation and the other wielding the power of destruction and regeneration. The former left, creating a stagnant world, being unable to destroy anything. The latter stayed in the sky world, making it undergo a cycle of destruction and regeneration all the way up to the present day. [[spoiler:As of the "Right Behind You" event, it's ''really'' unclear how much of this is actually true and how much of it is a misremembering of events between the Astrals and the Moon-dwellers.]]
20th Feb '18 11:40:40 PM Pichu-kun
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* An episode of ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' involves restoring an ancient book that told of a Creation Myth. The characters end up writing of how God created the world and then created {{Winged Humanoid}}s similar to Him. They were, however, too similar for His liking so He decided to erase them. God created humans afterwards. God fell asleep after creating everything, which caused the winged beings to escape from his dreams. After waking up, God decided keep the beings (who he named "Haibane") and gave them their own land in the sky to live on.

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* An episode of ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' involves restoring an ancient book that told of a Creation Myth. The characters end up writing of how God created the world and then created {{Winged Humanoid}}s similar to Him. They were, however, too similar for His liking so He decided to erase them. God created humans afterwards. God fell asleep after creating everything, which caused the winged beings to escape from his His dreams. After waking up, God decided keep the beings (who he He named "Haibane") and gave them their own land in the sky to live on.
28th Jan '18 9:35:34 AM MysticStarLover1221
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In The Pantheon/TropePantheon, this trope is reprisented by [[Literature/TheSilmarillion Eru Ilúvatar]] from the ''The Hobbit/Lord of The Rings'' franchise.
27th Jan '18 4:10:32 PM MysticStarLover1221
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In The Pantheon/TropePantheon, this trope is reprisented by [[Literature/TheSilmarillion Eru Ilúvatar]] from the book ''The Silmarillion''.

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In The Pantheon/TropePantheon, this trope is reprisented by [[Literature/TheSilmarillion Eru Ilúvatar]] from the book ''The Silmarillion''.
Hobbit/Lord of The Rings'' franchise.
27th Jan '18 4:09:10 PM MysticStarLover1221
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In The Pantheon/TropePantheon, this trope is reprisented by [[Literature/TheSilmarillion Eru Ilúvatar]] from the book ''The Silmarillion''.
8th Dec '17 7:30:03 AM Cryoclaste
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* As the player progresses through ''SuperMarioGalaxy'' he unlocks chapters in Rosalina's Storybook, the tale of a girl and her Luma as they travel the cosmos in search of their respective mothers. It becomes clear very soon that the tale is autobiographical: the girl in the book is Rosalina's younger self, and the story tells how she came to leave her homeworld and become the immortal overseer of the Comet Observatory. She may not have ''created'' the universe, but she's essential in maintaining its cycle of death and rebirth.

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* As the player progresses through ''SuperMarioGalaxy'' ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' he unlocks chapters in Rosalina's Storybook, the tale of a girl and her Luma as they travel the cosmos in search of their respective mothers. It becomes clear very soon that the tale is autobiographical: the girl in the book is Rosalina's younger self, and the story tells how she came to leave her homeworld and become the immortal overseer of the Comet Observatory. She may not have ''created'' the universe, but she's essential in maintaining its cycle of death and rebirth.
8th Nov '17 10:40:24 PM Pichu-kun
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* In the first ''Literature/{{Wicked}}'' book. a few older myths are noted by Elphaba and Doctor Dillamond:

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* In the first ''Literature/{{Wicked}}'' book. book, a few older myths are noted by Elphaba and Doctor Dillamond:
8th Nov '17 10:37:24 PM Pichu-kun
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* An episode of ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' involves restoring an ancient book that told of a Creation Myth. They end up writing of how God created the world and then created {{Winged Humanoid}}s similar to Him. They were, however, too similar for His liking so He decided to erase them. God created humans afterwards. God fell asleep after creating everything, which caused the winged beings to escape from his dreams. After waking up, God decided keep the beings (who he named "Haibane") and gave them their own land in the sky to live on.

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* An episode of ''Anime/HaibaneRenmei'' involves restoring an ancient book that told of a Creation Myth. They The characters end up writing of how God created the world and then created {{Winged Humanoid}}s similar to Him. They were, however, too similar for His liking so He decided to erase them. God created humans afterwards. God fell asleep after creating everything, which caused the winged beings to escape from his dreams. After waking up, God decided keep the beings (who he named "Haibane") and gave them their own land in the sky to live on.
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