History Pantheon / CraftOverdeitiesAndGreaterGods

10th May '17 10:52:19 PM Camilla
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* Stan Lee often makes cameos in all the major events in the pantheon.
* In the end, even the position was too big for Stan to handle alone, and so he invites fellow Comic Book makers, Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby to rule by his side together. And it was a big success. [[CatchPhrase Nuff said, true believers!]]

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* Stan Lee often makes cameos in all the major events in the pantheon.
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pantheon. Rumors have been spreading that Stan may or may not be a Watcher known as Uatu.
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In the end, even the position was too big for Stan to handle alone, and so he invites fellow Comic Book makers, Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby to rule by his side together. And it was a big success. [[CatchPhrase Nuff said, true believers!]]
1st May '17 6:37:43 AM CosmicFerret
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'''[[Myth/ClassicalMythology Vul]][[VideoGame/{{Smite}} can]], God of [[ForgedByTheGods the Forge]]''' (Smith of the Gods, [[GodOfWar Hepha]][[Disney/{{Hercules}} estus]], [[VideoGame/{{Persona 2}} Vulcanus]])

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'''[[Myth/ClassicalMythology Vul]][[VideoGame/{{Smite}} can]], God of [[ForgedByTheGods the Forge]]''' (Smith of the Gods, [[GodOfWar [[WarGod Hepha]][[Disney/{{Hercules}} estus]], [[VideoGame/{{Persona 2}} Vulcanus]])
9th Apr '17 1:43:33 PM nombretomado
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* Followers: [[Webcomic/TowerOfGod Ashul Edwaru]], [[{{Manga/Berserk}} Godo]], [[SaintSeiya Aeries Mu]], [[Franchise/{{Zorro}} Felix Quintero]], [[WonderWoman Io]], [[TransformersPrime Solus Prime]], Film/TheManWithTheIronFists, [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Jason Ogg]], [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Rothion]], [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats Bengali]]

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* Followers: [[Webcomic/TowerOfGod Ashul Edwaru]], [[{{Manga/Berserk}} Godo]], [[SaintSeiya [[Manga/SaintSeiya Aeries Mu]], [[Franchise/{{Zorro}} Felix Quintero]], [[WonderWoman Io]], [[TransformersPrime Solus Prime]], Film/TheManWithTheIronFists, [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Jason Ogg]], [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Rothion]], [[WesternAnimation/ThunderCats Bengali]]
17th Mar '17 8:26:32 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing her into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had actually tried to [[PapaWolf STOP her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]

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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing her into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had actually tried to [[PapaWolf STOP her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' ''marginally'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]
17th Mar '17 8:25:05 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing her into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had actively tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]

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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing her into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had actively actually tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' STOP her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]
17th Mar '17 7:23:16 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had actively tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]

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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing her into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had actively tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]
17th Mar '17 7:22:03 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** Unlike Kratos' relationship with almost all of the other Greek gods (read: hateful and violent), Kratos and Vulcan avoid encountering each other whenever possible. Just looking at Kratos deeply saddens Vulcan every time [[spoiler:at the memory of Pandora]], and Kratos completely respects Vulcan's desire to be as far away from him as possible. After being the one to [[spoiler:cause Vulcan to lose his daughter, it's the absolute least he could do.]]

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** Unlike Kratos' relationship with almost all of the other Greek gods (read: hateful and violent), Kratos and Vulcan avoid encountering each other whenever possible. Just looking at Kratos deeply saddens Vulcan every time [[spoiler:at the memory of Pandora]], and Kratos completely respects Vulcan's desire to be as far away from him as possible. After being the one to [[spoiler:cause Vulcan to lose his daughter, daughter,]] it's the absolute least he could do.]]
17th Mar '17 7:21:18 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** Unlike Kratos' relationship with almost all of the other Greek gods (read: hateful and violent), Kratos and Vulcan avoid encountering each other whenever possible. Just looking at Kratos deeply saddens Vulcan every time [[spoiler:at the memory of Pandora]], and Kratos completely respects Vulcan's desire to be as far away from him as possible. After being the one to cause Vulcan to lose his daughter, it's the absolute least he could do.
** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had callously murdered his daughter by tossing into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had 'actively tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.

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** Unlike Kratos' relationship with almost all of the other Greek gods (read: hateful and violent), Kratos and Vulcan avoid encountering each other whenever possible. Just looking at Kratos deeply saddens Vulcan every time [[spoiler:at the memory of Pandora]], and Kratos completely respects Vulcan's desire to be as far away from him as possible. After being the one to cause [[spoiler:cause Vulcan to lose his daughter, it's the absolute least he could do.
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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had [[spoiler: callously murdered his daughter by tossing into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had 'actively actively tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.]]
17th Mar '17 7:20:19 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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** There was one notable exception to this, however. Vulcan had been under the impression that Kratos had callously murdered his daughter by tossing into the Flame of Olympus, but was stunned to learn from Zeus [[PetTheDog (in one of his rarer sympathetic moments)]] that Pandora had ''chosen'' to sacrifice herself into the Flame, and that Kratos had 'actively tried to [[PapaWolf ''stop'' her]] from doing so. Vulcan, wanting to know the whole truth about Pandora's death, confronted Kratos and demanded to know the full details, despite the pain that he knew it would cause him. Kratos reluctantly revealed how he had come to care for Pandora while seeing her almost like a daughter, and how he had sworn to find another way to destroy the Flame of Olympus when he realized that, indeed, he couldn't sacrifice Pandora. Pandora had made the choice for herself, and in the end he had failed to save her due to his hatred for Zeus getting the better of him. Not wanting to leave Vulcan on a tragic note, Kratos ended by telling him that, in the darkness of his fear and despair, her spirit had guided him to unlock the light of Hope and use it to defeat Zeus once and for all. With this revelation, Vulcan's opinion towards Kratos ''ever so slightly'' improved, although not nearly enough to overcome the pain between them. But at the very least, they can both share the same sadness over losing the one they had both come to love.
17th Mar '17 6:57:45 PM ShadowLordHeishin
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* Enemies: [[Pantheon/PopularityIntermediateGods Both]] [[Pantheon/{{Villains}} Hades]], [[Pantheon/{{War}} Kratos]], [[Pantheon/{{Weapons}} Soul Edge]], [[Pantheon/{{Villains}} Nightmare]], [[Pantheon/{{Weapons}} Gilgamesh]], [[Pantheon/{{Personality}} Nyarlathotep]].

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* Enemies: [[Pantheon/PopularityIntermediateGods Both]] [[Pantheon/{{Villains}} Hades]], [[Pantheon/{{War}} Kratos]], [[Pantheon/{{Weapons}} Soul Edge]], [[Pantheon/{{Villains}} Nightmare]], [[Pantheon/{{Weapons}} Gilgamesh]], [[Pantheon/{{Personality}} Nyarlathotep]].Nyarlathotep]].
* Avoids: [[Pantheon/{{War}} Kratos]] (not out of fear, but because of their painful past)


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** Unlike Kratos' relationship with almost all of the other Greek gods (read: hateful and violent), Kratos and Vulcan avoid encountering each other whenever possible. Just looking at Kratos deeply saddens Vulcan every time [[spoiler:at the memory of Pandora]], and Kratos completely respects Vulcan's desire to be as far away from him as possible. After being the one to cause Vulcan to lose his daughter, it's the absolute least he could do.
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