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17th Jul '16 8:59:52 PM ChrisX
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* ''VideoGame/{{Smite}}'': Most Gods can be neutral even when themed around Death. The closest one, however, is Ah Puch of the Mayan Pantheon, who ruled over the Ninth Hell and is pretty much a [[SorcerousOverlord mage-ish]] EvilOverlord who wants to drag everyone to his torture at Hell because he's just evil like that. This is not even SadlyMythtaken, even real life Mayan mythology refer him as that one God everyone avoids praying to because he's just that evil.
17th Jul '16 7:16:18 PM ultimomant
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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'' has the BigBad, [[spoiler: Bagan]], who is explicitly referred to several times as the [[OmnicidalManiac God of Extinction]], and is shown to be leagues beyond even the most powerful {{kaiju}} in power, to the point that only the BigGood, [[spoiler: [[GodOfGood Harmony]]]], is able to match him in a fight. [[spoiler: And even then, just barely.]]

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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'' has the ''Fanfic/TheBridge'':
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BigBad, [[spoiler: Bagan]], who is explicitly referred to several times as the [[OmnicidalManiac God of Extinction]], and is shown to be leagues beyond even the most powerful {{kaiju}} in power, to the point that only the BigGood, [[spoiler: [[GodOfGood Harmony]]]], is able to match him in a fight. [[spoiler: And even then, just barely.]]]]
** [[spoiler:Grogar]] is said to be the nexus of all dark magic in Equestria and on par with the BigBad.



** In ''Literature/TheBelgariad'', BigBad Torak is one of these and losely follows the {{Satan}} model, as does the mentioned but never directly confronted [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast King of Hell]].

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** In ''Literature/TheBelgariad'', BigBad Torak is one of these and losely loosely follows the {{Satan}} model, as does the mentioned but never directly confronted [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast King of Hell]].
26th May '16 1:02:58 AM H2SO4
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* Vaatu from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''; the spirit of chaos and darkness (not just ''a'' spirit, ''the'' spirit), he likes nothing better than corrupting spirits and letting them go on rampages, and [[EvilOnlyHasToWinOnce if he wins]] during Harmonic Convergence then he'll bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

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* Vaatu from Vaatu, Book 2's BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''; the spirit of chaos and darkness (not just ''a'' spirit, ''the'' spirit), he likes nothing better than corrupting spirits and letting them go on rampages, and [[EvilOnlyHasToWinOnce if he wins]] during Harmonic Convergence then he'll bring about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
17th May '16 8:27:50 PM Generality
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* The Dark One, whose [[TheScottishTrope real name]] is [[spoiler: Shai'tan]] is both this and TheAntiGod; cosmic antithesis of the Creator, bound at the moment of creation, partially unsealed and barely defeated at the end of the past age, and whose attempts to finish the apocalypse it started forms the backbone of the series' plot. Subverted by the Dark One's elite minions, the Forsaken, who are perceived as godlike figures by the people of the present age, but are really just very powerful, very evil human [[FunctionalMagic channelers]].

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* The In ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' the Dark One, whose [[TheScottishTrope real name]] is [[spoiler: Shai'tan]] is both this and TheAntiGod; cosmic antithesis of the Creator, bound at the moment of creation, partially unsealed and barely defeated at the end of the past age, and whose attempts to finish the apocalypse it started forms the backbone of the series' plot. Subverted by the Dark One's elite minions, the Forsaken, who are perceived as godlike figures by the people of the present age, but are really just very powerful, very evil human [[FunctionalMagic channelers]].
12th May '16 6:44:10 PM VVK
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* ''VideoGame/AncientDomainsOfMystery'' is built around ChaosIsEvil, so Andor Drakon, the ElDeR cHaOs GoD, is the God of Evil. And the player can kill him to take his place.

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* ''VideoGame/AncientDomainsOfMystery'' is built around ChaosIsEvil, so Andor Drakon, the ElDeR [=ElDeR cHaOs GoD, GoD=], is the God of Evil. And the player can kill him to take his place.
12th May '16 6:42:07 PM VVK
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* ''VideoGame/AncientDomainsOfMystery'' is built around ChaosIsEvil, so Andor Drakon, the ElDeR cHaOs GoD, is the God of Evil. And the player can kill him to take his place.
6th May '16 9:49:15 PM MasterGhandalf
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* ''Literature/TheWarGods'' comes with a whole pantheon of them. [[SatanicArchetype Phrobus]] is the most powerful, a renegade from the main pantheon, and the GreaterScopeVillain of the entire series; his wife is the goddess Shigu (originally a demon he elevated to become his consort), and their children fill out the evil pantheon - Fiendark is a god of violence and destruction and TheDragon to his father, Carnadosa is the goddess of BlackMagic and TheEvilGenius of the pantheon, Krahana is the goddess of TheUndead, Krashnark is a WarGod and fancies himself a NobleDemon, and his twin brother Sharna is the DirtyCoward god of murderers and torturers.
* The Dark One, whose [[TheScottishTrope real name]] is [[spoiler: Shai'tan]] is both this and TheAntiGod; cosmic antithesis of the Creator, bound at the moment of creation, partially unsealed and barely defeated at the end of the past age, and whose attempts to finish the apocalypse it started forms the backbone of the series' plot. Subverted by the Dark One's elite minions, the Forsaken, who are perceived as godlike figures by the people of the present age, but are really just very powerful, very evil human [[FunctionalMagic channelers]].
29th Apr '16 6:52:15 PM Theriocephalus
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** [[TheHedonist Slaanesh]] is the God(-ess?) of Pleasure and Perfection. Its followers are usually drawn with promises of Pleasure and Perfection in all things, so they're as likely to be [[MadArtist Artists]] and [[MadScientist Scholars]] as well as [[TheHedonist Hedonists]] and [[ReallyGetsAround Harlots.]] The drawback is that Slaanesh has a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality very different idea]] of perfection, and the followers will normally [[BodyHorror end]] [[AndIMustScream up]] [[NightmareFuel as]] [[EldritchAbomination something]]...[[LovecraftianSuperpower else.]]

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** [[TheHedonist Slaanesh]] is the God(-ess?) of Pleasure and Perfection. Its followers are usually drawn with promises of Pleasure and Perfection in all things, so they're as likely to be [[MadArtist Artists]] and [[MadScientist Scholars]] as well as [[TheHedonist Hedonists]] and [[ReallyGetsAround Harlots.]] The drawback is that Slaanesh has a [[BlueAndOrangeMorality very different idea]] of perfection, and the followers will normally [[BodyHorror end]] [[AndIMustScream up]] [[NightmareFuel as]] [[EldritchAbomination something]]... [[LovecraftianSuperpower else.]]


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** In 40k, there are the C'Tan Star-Gods, [[TimeAbyss as old as the universe itself and far older than the Chaos Gods]]. Originally diffuse {{Energy Being}}s the size of solar systems, they were given bodies of living metal by a mortal race in need of allies, which the CíTan promptly betrayed and turned into the Necrons, a race of robotic SlaveMooks without free will. They used to eat stars, but they later found [[YourSoulIsMine mortal souls]] much more to their liking, and world after world was sacrificed to their hunger. Individual CíTan were near as unpleasant as the Chaos Gods: the Nightbringer {{Mind Rape}}d organic life into fearing death [[EmotionEater to feed on their terror and despair]]; the Void Dragon, a being of oblivion and utter destruction, had absolute control over technology and tried to sever the warp from real space, which would have torn the souls out of every living thing; the Burning One just wanted to ''burn everything''. They were eventually cast down and [[PiecesOfGod shattered]] by rebellious Necrons and the gods of other races, but the pieces are still out there, and should they reuniteÖ
29th Apr '16 6:26:21 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', and ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'' have this practically everywhere, in the form of the Gods of Chaos, and the C'Tan (only in the Warhammer 40,000 setting).

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', and ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'' have this practically everywhere, as integral parts of their settings, in the form of the Gods of Chaos, and the C'Tan (only in ''Warhammer 40,000'') the Warhammer 40,000 setting).C'Tan.
22nd Apr '16 4:57:46 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Literature/SecondApocalypse'': Mog-Pharau, the No-God, is essentially the antithesis of life. The Consult create him to reduce the world's population to fewer than 144,000 souls, which will sever the world from the Outside forever and save them from damnation. During the first apocalypse, the No-God appeared as a [[EldritchAbomination black whirlwind]] and spoke through the throats of [[SpeakInUnison one hundred thousand scranc]]. All births were stillborn while Mog-Pharau lived.
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