History Recap / ChroniclesOfTheGods

31st Jan '16 1:22:08 PM EarlOfSandvich
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The next day, [[{{Bionicle}} Hahli]], Toa Mahri of Water, awakens in what she believes to be her apartment after a night of strange dreams…only to discover that stepping outside deposits her not in the plazas of Ga-Metru, but in a strange hallway unlike anything she’s ever seen before. Confused and bewildered, she is joined in short order by a [[LaserBlade Beam Katana-wielding]], part-time assassin known as [[NoMoreHeroes Travis Touchdown]], a diminutive ice-fairy called [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Cirno]], and a [[Franchise/{{Halo}} Spartan]] SuperSoldier who answers to the designation of 052, or Jorge; all three of them are equally as ignorant of how they arrived in this strange place.
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The next day, [[{{Bionicle}} Hahli]], Toa Mahri of Water, awakens in what she believes to be her apartment after a night of strange dreams…only to discover that stepping outside deposits her not in the plazas of Ga-Metru, but in a strange hallway unlike anything she’s ever seen before. Confused and bewildered, she is joined in short order by a [[LaserBlade Beam Katana-wielding]], part-time assassin known as [[NoMoreHeroes [[VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes Travis Touchdown]], a diminutive ice-fairy called [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Cirno]], and a [[Franchise/{{Halo}} Spartan]] SuperSoldier who answers to the designation of 052, or Jorge; all three of them are equally as ignorant of how they arrived in this strange place.
27th Dec '15 8:17:36 PM nombretomado
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* Vehicons: Shotaro, [[Franchise/StarWars General Grievous]], [[StreetFighter Chun-li]], Saren, Jericho Swain, [[{{Psych}} Shawn Spencer]]
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* Vehicons: Shotaro, [[Franchise/StarWars General Grievous]], [[StreetFighter Chun-li]], Saren, Jericho Swain, [[{{Psych}} [[Series/{{Psych}} Shawn Spencer]]
20th Dec '15 6:09:38 PM nombretomado
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!! [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=uob7p22fde8x8xjk3zrwotce&page=598#14934 Challenge 9]]: [[SilverAge The Astonishing Adventure of the Silver Sentinels!]]
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!! [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=uob7p22fde8x8xjk3zrwotce&page=598#14934 Challenge 9]]: [[SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks The Astonishing Adventure of the Silver Sentinels!]]

* The action takes place in a universe heavily based on TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks, filled with [[LargeHam hammy heroes]], [[EvilIsHammy hammier villains]], [[MadScience ridiculous and inaccurate science]], [[HaveAGayOldTime words which changed meaning over the years,]] and [[VoodooShark nonsensical plot-holes.]]
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* The action takes place in a universe heavily based on TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks, UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks, filled with [[LargeHam hammy heroes]], [[EvilIsHammy hammier villains]], [[MadScience ridiculous and inaccurate science]], [[HaveAGayOldTime words which changed meaning over the years,]] and [[VoodooShark nonsensical plot-holes.]]
16th Dec '15 5:09:02 PM nombretomado
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After a brief scuffle with a Sontaran, the two Doctors engaged in a memory transfer of some sort, creating a time loop that would allow the Tenth Doctor to have prior knowledge of the events he had experienced thus far, and also permit the Seventh to try and get help. The date concluded shortly afterward, and with their episode concluded the show's hosts promptly returned the Champions to the Common Room by dropping them en masse through trapdoors. Upon their arrival, they discovered that yet another Champion had been selected--one [[LeagueOfLegends Luxanna Crownguard]], Lady of Luminosity and mage champion of Demacia.
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After a brief scuffle with a Sontaran, the two Doctors engaged in a memory transfer of some sort, creating a time loop that would allow the Tenth Doctor to have prior knowledge of the events he had experienced thus far, and also permit the Seventh to try and get help. The date concluded shortly afterward, and with their episode concluded the show's hosts promptly returned the Champions to the Common Room by dropping them en masse through trapdoors. Upon their arrival, they discovered that yet another Champion had been selected--one [[LeagueOfLegends [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Luxanna Crownguard]], Lady of Luminosity and mage champion of Demacia.

!! [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13114710350A58460100&page=61#1522 Infinities Challenge 1B]]: [[LeagueOfLegends Justice is Served]] (GM: @/{{SOCR}})
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!! [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13114710350A58460100&page=61#1522 Infinities Challenge 1B]]: [[LeagueOfLegends [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Justice is Served]] (GM: @/{{SOCR}})

Characters: [[ReyMysterioJr Rey Mysterio]], [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Luxanna]], [[Franchise/MassEffect Saren]], [[MortalKombat Scorpion]], [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Archer]], JakAndDaxter, [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers Subaru]], [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers Erio]], [[Literature/{{Animorphs}} Tobias]], ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}, [[LeagueOfLegends Jericho Swain]], [[KingdomHearts Xigbar]], [[VideoGame/MegaManZX Grey]], [[{{Bionicle}} Teridax]], EOU Droid
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Characters: [[ReyMysterioJr Rey Mysterio]], [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Luxanna]], [[Franchise/MassEffect Saren]], [[MortalKombat Scorpion]], [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Archer]], JakAndDaxter, [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers Subaru]], [[Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers Erio]], [[Literature/{{Animorphs}} Tobias]], ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}, [[LeagueOfLegends [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Jericho Swain]], [[KingdomHearts Xigbar]], [[VideoGame/MegaManZX Grey]], [[{{Bionicle}} Teridax]], EOU Droid
16th Nov '15 4:19:12 PM Prfnoff
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!! [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13114710350A58460100&page=59#1471 Infinities Challenge 1A]]: [[{{Recettear}} Capitalism, Ho!]] (GM: @/{{AnnoR}})
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!! [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13114710350A58460100&page=59#1471 Infinities Challenge 1A]]: [[{{Recettear}} [[VideoGame/RecettearAnItemShopsTale Capitalism, Ho!]] (GM: @/{{AnnoR}})
4th Nov '15 3:27:21 AM SetsunasaNiWa
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cleaning Captain Obvious trope sinkhole use, project thread here
* The action takes place [[CaptainObvious in the ocean]], as seen in Ecco The Dolphin. The players will start out in tropical waters, but eventually move north to the frigid seas of the Arctic.
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* The action takes place [[CaptainObvious in the ocean]], ocean, as seen in Ecco The Dolphin. The players will start out in tropical waters, but eventually move north to the frigid seas of the Arctic.

* The Champions start out fighting for the UNSC, but any one of them may choose to fight for the Covenant later on (well, if you're not human, that is). For those fighting for the UNSC, the primary objective is to discover the planet's secret and transport it to safety. The Covenant's objective is to find the secret. Destroying the planet is not part of the objective. [[CaptainObvious They're doing a fine job of that already.]]
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* The Champions start out fighting for the UNSC, but any one of them may choose to fight for the Covenant later on (well, if you're not human, that is). For those fighting for the UNSC, the primary objective is to discover the planet's secret and transport it to safety. The Covenant's objective is to find the secret. Destroying the planet is not part of the objective. [[CaptainObvious They're doing a fine job of that already.]]
17th Sep '15 5:13:45 PM nombretomado
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The Overlords, led by Zod, had arrived in the Watch Tower after emerging through a portal from the All-Lair. After being told what to do from Centum, Zod discovers that the Braniac has orchestrated multiple crises in four areas across the globe, and splits up the Overlords into four teams to deal with them. Of these four, the S.T.A.R. Labs, Centennial Park and Mars teams were able to complete their objectives in one form or another, and after defeating the villains involved (one of Brainiac's robotic duplicates, the alien menace Queen Bee and the White Martians, respectively), the Overlords prepared to confront Brainiac on the watchtower...only to learn that the insidious machine was nothing more than a pawn of the real villain, {{Darkseid}}. The Dread Lord of Apokalips made his presence known by casually ripping Bolas' head apart with his bare hands, and while the other Overlords made a spirited effort to subdue him they were no match for the New God, who soundly defeated them all with a single blast of his omega beams.
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The Overlords, led by Zod, had arrived in the Watch Tower after emerging through a portal from the All-Lair. After being told what to do from Centum, Zod discovers that the Braniac has orchestrated multiple crises in four areas across the globe, and splits up the Overlords into four teams to deal with them. Of these four, the S.T.A.R. Labs, Centennial Park and Mars teams were able to complete their objectives in one form or another, and after defeating the villains involved (one of Brainiac's robotic duplicates, the alien menace Queen Bee and the White Martians, respectively), the Overlords prepared to confront Brainiac on the watchtower...only to learn that the insidious machine was nothing more than a pawn of the real villain, {{Darkseid}}.{{ComicBook/Darkseid}}. The Dread Lord of Apokalips made his presence known by casually ripping Bolas' head apart with his bare hands, and while the other Overlords made a spirited effort to subdue him they were no match for the New God, who soundly defeated them all with a single blast of his omega beams.
11th Sep '15 11:26:25 PM nombretomado
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''The world of DC is in peril. {{Brainiac}} has put into motion a nefarious plot that could result in the end of days. The Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}} ([[AndZoidberg as well as all the rest of Earth's heroes]]) have been incapacitated by Brainiac's forces, [[SayYourPrayers and it's up to the Overlords to save the day.]]''
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''The world of DC is in peril. {{Brainiac}} ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} has put into motion a nefarious plot that could result in the end of days. The Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}} ([[AndZoidberg as well as all the rest of Earth's heroes]]) have been incapacitated by Brainiac's forces, [[SayYourPrayers and it's up to the Overlords to save the day.]]''
30th Jul '15 4:13:44 PM nombretomado
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Now four more players enter the game. The first two, [[ModernWarfare British SAS operative Gary Sanderson]]—otherwise known as Roach—and BadAss roadie [[BrutalLegend Eddie Riggs]], are welcomed into the group without much hassle; the same can most assuredly ''not'' be said of the third newcomer, the [[TheTransformers Decepticon]] [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars jaguar]] Ravage. Having been humiliated repeatedly by humans in his own universe—[[MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight and having been killed while in the process of altering history in order to wipe the hated apes and their Autobot allies from existence]]—he is angry to find himself surrounded by the pink-skinned [[MemeticMutation munkkys]], and immediately gets into a confrontation with Jorge and Craft. The final newbie, the genetically-engineered Pokémon known as Mewtwo, introduces himself by levitating everything in the room for the purpose of…stealing a single slice of Travis’ pizza. For this [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act, the Pokémon gets stabbed by an irritated Travis to little effect.
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Now four more players enter the game. The first two, [[ModernWarfare [[VideoGame/ModernWarfare British SAS operative Gary Sanderson]]—otherwise known as Roach—and BadAss roadie [[BrutalLegend Eddie Riggs]], are welcomed into the group without much hassle; the same can most assuredly ''not'' be said of the third newcomer, the [[TheTransformers Decepticon]] [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars jaguar]] Ravage. Having been humiliated repeatedly by humans in his own universe—[[MakeWrongWhatOnceWentRight and having been killed while in the process of altering history in order to wipe the hated apes and their Autobot allies from existence]]—he is angry to find himself surrounded by the pink-skinned [[MemeticMutation munkkys]], and immediately gets into a confrontation with Jorge and Craft. The final newbie, the genetically-engineered Pokémon known as Mewtwo, introduces himself by levitating everything in the room for the purpose of…stealing a single slice of Travis’ pizza. For this [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act, the Pokémon gets stabbed by an irritated Travis to little effect.
13th Jul '15 7:14:15 AM Stratofarius
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! Sifuri Mission 9: [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Spirits of]] [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]] (GM: @/{{Stratofarius}}) ''Sequel to Revolution of the Daleks. The rift created by the Seekers to send the Daleks back to their universe has created some undesirable side effects. Objects and people are crossing into different universes, and no one seems to notice this. But in the world of the Avatar, the Spirits have been angered by this rift. The Seekers must save the physical and the Spirit World before both of them are consumed by a threat far bigger than the Daleks...'' * Seekers will return to the world of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', during the beginning of Season 2. Together with the characters from the show- and a very special Doctor- they must divide themselves into three groups to fight a battle in three fronts: find out what's going on in the Spirit World, stop a Civil War from breaking out in the Southern Water Tribe and foil another alien invasion plot- except this time, it's not just the Daleks... [[/folder]] [[folder:Future Missions]]

! Sifuri Mission 11: The Facility (GM: @/{{Stratofarius}}) ''Their powers gone, the Seekers find themselves in a facility where they are treated like prisoners. What is the secret behind the Facility? And why are the Seekers there? Actually... what is a Seeker?'' * Upon crossing the portal, the Seekers will lose their powers and their memories will be modified to remove all signs of magic, science, and other weirdness. They will be turned into normal humans, stuck in a scientific Facility. They are treated like prisoners, forced to go to group activities, as they deal with the idea they may never get out and try to work through the 'problems' that put them there in the first place. * The objective of the challenge is to escape the Facility... and hopefully find out the secrets behind it. ! Endgame

[[folder:Future Missions]] ! Sifuri Mission 11: The Facility (GM: @/{{Stratofarius}}) ''Their powers gone, the Seekers find themselves in a facility where they are treated like prisoners. What is the secret behind the Facility? And why are the Seekers there? Actually... what is a Seeker?'' * Upon crossing the portal, the Seekers will lose their powers and their memories will be modified to remove all signs of magic, science, and other weirdness. They will be turned into normal humans, stuck in a scientific Facility. They are treated like prisoners, forced to go to group activities, as they deal with the idea they may never get out and try to work through the 'problems' that put them there in the first place. * The objective of the challenge is to escape the Facility... and hopefully find out the secrets behind it. ! Endgame Endgame [[/folder]]

! Sifuri Mission 11: The Facility 9: [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra Spirits of]] [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]] (GM: @/{{Stratofarius}}) ''Their powers gone, ''Sequel to Revolution of the Daleks. The rift created by the Seekers find themselves in a facility where they to send the Daleks back to their universe has created some undesirable side effects. Objects and people are treated like prisoners. What is the secret behind the Facility? And why are the Seekers there? Actually... what is a Seeker?'' * Upon crossing into different universes, and no one seems to notice this. But in the portal, world of the Avatar, the Spirits have been angered by this rift. The Seekers must save the physical and the Spirit World before both of them are consumed by a threat far bigger than the Daleks...'' * Seekers will lose their powers and their memories will be modified return to remove all signs the world of magic, science, and other weirdness. They will be turned into normal humans, stuck in a scientific Facility. They are treated like prisoners, forced to go to group activities, as they deal ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', during the beginning of Season 2. Together with the idea characters from the show- and a very special Doctor- they may never get out and try must divide themselves into three groups to work through the 'problems' that put them there fight a battle in the first place. * The objective of the challenge is to escape the Facility... and hopefully three fronts: find out what's going on in the secrets behind it. ! Endgame Spirit World, stop a Civil War from breaking out in the Southern Water Tribe and foil another alien invasion plot- except this time, it's not just the Daleks...

! Eclipse Challenge 6: The Masters of Evil ''Tatu sends the Overlords to a world of marvelous superheroes, conniving detectives and much more with the objective of taking over the Earth by obliterating their mightiest heroes. But in order to do that, the Overlords will have to take up new names and obtain new powers, in order to become the new Masters of Evil.'' * This challenge takes place in a Marvel/DC Universe. * Each Overlord will choose one of the many, many supervillains of this universe, and their objective will be to kill that supervillain. If they do that, they will immediately gain the supervillain's name, identity, superpowers and mooks, if the supervillain has any. * After obtaining their new identities, the Overlords may recruit a few additional supervillains to join their group, the new Masters of Evil. * Regardless of whether they recruit more villains or not, the next step in the Overlord's plan will be to take over certain key villainous organizations, such as HYDRA and the League of Assassins, by eliminating their leaders. * At the end of the challenge, the Overlords will now have armies under their command, and will be ready to begin their assault on Earth and its defenders. [[/folder]] [[folder: Future Missions]]

! Eclipse Challenge 8: Super Evil Crisis War ''The Overlords are well on the way to becoming generals, but what kind of villain lets the hero win?'' * The basic idea of the challenge is simple. The Overlords are united in a secret base off the edge of the multiverse, equipped with teleporting devices and technologically advanced holding cells. The reason? They must unite together to defeat their heroes, There are a few rules, of course (I shall be using Amon as an example): ** '''Rule Number One:''' an Overlord cannot defeat its own hero. That means Amon cannot defeat Korra. How does one get around this? By helping other Overlords defeat your hero, of course. However... why would Amon want to do that? ** '''Rule Number Two:''' because defeating a hero grants you a point. Amon enlisted the help of Kirei to defeat Korra. The two gain a point. Why would they want these points? Because at the end of the challenge, whoever has the most points, gains double wishes... and an additional prize which will be revealed later at the writeup. But wait, if that's all Amon needs to do, why don't they send Alduin, one of the most powerful Overlords, after every hero? ** '''Rule Number Three:''' because every Overlord must defeat at least one hero to get his one wish. That's right, you don't get a wish for just being there. In order to gain your usual wish, you must actively participate in the defeat of a hero. That means every Overlord must go down to the battlefield and gets his hands dirty in order to gain one wish. So, in the case of our previous example, although Amon and Kirei both have one point, Kirei has his wish, whilst Amon doesn't. Ah, but Amon is evil. Why doesn't he just go and defeat all the other heroes? ** '''Rule Number Four:''' because all the Overlords have to agree on who they send after each hero. That means Amon can't just snoop in and defeat every hero and gain all the wishes. This also means that once you use an Overlord, it's very likely he'll be put aside so that another Overlord can go down to the battlefield and get his wish. That doesn't mean your Overlord will only fight once: it's very likely that Kirei will be recruited to fight another hero. But... Amon doesn't like sitting back and waiting. Why does he have to wait around doing nothing? ** '''Rule Number Five:''' because defeating a hero doesn't mean killing him. Amon and Kirei have united forces and defeated Korra. She is then instantly transported into the technologically advanced holding cells. But Korra's a hero, she won't stand back and just admit defeat. She will, of course, try to escape... and even help the other heroes escape too. That's a bad thing. If your hero escapes, you lose all additional points you have gained, no matter how far into the challenge you are. That means if Amon helped everyone and has seventeen points right before Korra escapes, he loses all those points and goes back to square one. Well then, why doesn't he just help every other hero escape so that he is the only one with more than one point? ** '''Rule Number Six:''' because of the secret prize. If by the end of the challenge you have the biggest number of points ''and'' your hero is sitting nicely on their cells... you get to choose two heroes that are on their cells to be your slaves forever. That means, for example, Medusa could choose Korra and Jojo as her slaves... but what if Kirei wants Jojo to escape so Dio loses all his points? Well then... that's on your hands, not mine. * Additional rules: ** '''What if my hero is a wimp?''' I hear you. You come from an Ubisoft videogame and your hero is a twenty something year old tourist with a gun. Well then, for the sake of fairnesss, your hero will be buffed. No, that doesn't mean he'll turn into a magical muscle man. It means that instead of going up against just the twenty something year old, you'll go up against the twenty something year old and all of his island friends, who have guns too. ** '''What if my hero is on the other RPs?''' So you're an artificial human or a human-looking alien and your hero is in another one of AGOG's many RPs? No need to worry. As it turns out, your universes have more than one hero! The artificial human will go against the hero's brother (or maybe his old allies turned enemies), whilst the human-looking alien will go up against one of his enemy's eleven forms! ** '''What if I send all the Overlords against one hero?''' Now, now, that is not fair, is it? It's not. For the sake of fairness, the Overlords may only send down one Overlord for each hero they need to fight. Have to fight an island? You can throw in three or four Overlords. Have to fight a kid in a metal suit? Only one Overlord. ** '''But what does 'actively participating' mean in terms of gaining points?''' I hear what you're saying. You're thinking that if you tell the Overlord on the battlefield to jump to the right, that will be enough to give you one point. Well... no. In order to gain a point, you have to play an essential part in the strategy of the fight (which means you should be able to call the plan 'your plan') or be on the fight yourself. If you told the Overlord how to deal with the battlefield and how to exploit the weaknessess of your hero, you'll get a point. If you told him to try and punch the hero in the head because that's where it hurts, well... you don't get a point.
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! Eclipse Challenge 8: Super Evil Crisis War ''The Overlords are well on the way to becoming generals, but what kind of villain lets the hero win?'' * The basic idea of the challenge is simple. The Overlords are united in a secret base off the edge of the multiverse, equipped with teleporting devices and technologically advanced holding cells. The reason? They must unite together to defeat their heroes, There are a few rules, of course (I shall be using Amon as an example): ** '''Rule Number One:''' an Overlord cannot defeat its own hero. That means Amon cannot defeat Korra. How does one get around this? By helping other Overlords defeat your hero, of course. However... why would Amon want to do that? ** '''Rule Number Two:''' because defeating a hero grants you a point. Amon enlisted the help of Kirei to defeat Korra. The two gain a point. Why would they want these points? Because at the end of the challenge, whoever has the most points, gains double wishes... and an additional prize which will be revealed later at the writeup. But wait, if that's all Amon needs to do, why don't they send Alduin, one of the most powerful Overlords, after every hero? ** '''Rule Number Three:''' because every Overlord must defeat at least one hero to get his one wish. That's right, you don't get a wish for just being there. In order to gain your usual wish, you must actively participate in the defeat of a hero. That means every Overlord must go down to the battlefield and gets his hands dirty in order to gain one wish. So, in the case of our previous example, although Amon and Kirei both have one point, Kirei has his wish, whilst Amon doesn't. Ah, but Amon is evil. Why doesn't he just go and defeat all the other heroes? ** '''Rule Number Four:''' because all the Overlords have to agree on who they send after each hero. That means Amon can't just snoop in and defeat every hero and gain all the wishes. This also means that once you use an Overlord, it's very likely he'll be put aside so that another Overlord can go down to the battlefield and get his wish. That doesn't mean your Overlord will only fight once: it's very likely that Kirei will be recruited to fight another hero. But... Amon doesn't like sitting back and waiting. Why does he have to wait around doing nothing? ** '''Rule Number Five:''' because defeating a hero doesn't mean killing him. Amon and Kirei have united forces and defeated Korra. She is then instantly transported into the technologically advanced holding cells. But Korra's a hero, she won't stand back and just admit defeat. She will, of course, try to escape... and even help the other heroes escape too. That's a bad thing. If your hero escapes, you lose all additional points you have gained, no matter how far into the challenge you are. That means if Amon helped everyone and has seventeen points right before Korra escapes, he loses all those points and goes back to square one. Well then, why doesn't he just help every other hero escape so that he is the only one with more than one point? ** '''Rule Number Six:''' because of the secret prize. If by the end of the challenge you have the biggest number of points ''and'' your hero is sitting nicely on their cells... you get to choose two heroes that are on their cells to be your slaves forever. That means, for example, Medusa could choose Korra and Jojo as her slaves... but what if Kirei wants Jojo to escape so Dio loses all his points? Well then... that's on your hands, not mine. * Additional rules: ** '''What if my hero is a wimp?''' I hear you. You come from an Ubisoft videogame and your hero is a twenty something year old tourist with a gun. Well then, for the sake of fairnesss, your hero will be buffed. No, that doesn't mean he'll turn into a magical muscle man. It means that instead of going up against just the twenty something year old, you'll go up against the twenty something year old and all of his island friends, who have guns too. ** '''What if my hero is on the other RPs?''' So you're an artificial human or a human-looking alien and your hero is in another one of AGOG's many RPs? No need to worry. As it turns out, your universes have more than one hero! The artificial human will go against the hero's brother (or maybe his old allies turned enemies), whilst the human-looking alien will go up against one of his enemy's eleven forms! ** '''What if I send all the Overlords against one hero?''' Now, now, that is not fair, is it? It's not. For the sake of fairness, the Overlords may only send down one Overlord for each hero they need to fight. Have to fight an island? You can throw in three or four Overlords. Have to fight a kid in a metal suit? Only one Overlord. ** '''But what does 'actively participating' mean in terms of gaining points?''' I hear what you're saying. You're thinking that if you tell the Overlord on the battlefield to jump to the right, that will be enough to give you one point. Well... no. In order to gain a point, you have to play an essential part in the strategy of the fight (which means you should be able to call the plan 'your plan') or be on the fight yourself. If you told the Overlord how to deal with the battlefield and how to exploit the weaknessess of your hero, you'll get a point. If you told him to try and punch the hero in the head because that's where it hurts, well... you don't get a point.

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[[folder: Future Missions]] ! Eclipse Challenge 8: Super Evil Crisis War ''The Overlords are well on the way to becoming generals, but what kind of villain lets the hero win?'' * The basic idea of the challenge is simple. The Overlords are united in a secret base off the edge of the multiverse, equipped with teleporting devices and technologically advanced holding cells. The reason? They must unite together to defeat their heroes, There are a few rules, of course (I shall be using Amon as an example): ** '''Rule Number One:''' an Overlord cannot defeat its own hero. That means Amon cannot defeat Korra. How does one get around this? By helping other Overlords defeat your hero, of course. However... why would Amon want to do that? ** '''Rule Number Two:''' because defeating a hero grants you a point. Amon enlisted the help of Kirei to defeat Korra. The two gain a point. Why would they want these points? Because at the end of the challenge, whoever has the most points, gains double wishes... and an additional prize which will be revealed later at the writeup. But wait, if that's all Amon needs to do, why don't they send Alduin, one of the most powerful Overlords, after every hero? ** '''Rule Number Three:''' because every Overlord must defeat at least one hero to get his one wish. That's right, you don't get a wish for just being there. In order to gain your usual wish, you must actively participate in the defeat of a hero. That means every Overlord must go down to the battlefield and gets his hands dirty in order to gain one wish. So, in the case of our previous example, although Amon and Kirei both have one point, Kirei has his wish, whilst Amon doesn't. Ah, but Amon is evil. Why doesn't he just go and defeat all the other heroes? ** '''Rule Number Four:''' because all the Overlords have to agree on who they send after each hero. That means Amon can't just snoop in and defeat every hero and gain all the wishes. This also means that once you use an Overlord, it's very likely he'll be put aside so that another Overlord can go down to the battlefield and get his wish. That doesn't mean your Overlord will only fight once: it's very likely that Kirei will be recruited to fight another hero. But... Amon doesn't like sitting back and waiting. Why does he have to wait around doing nothing? ** '''Rule Number Five:''' because defeating a hero doesn't mean killing him. Amon and Kirei have united forces and defeated Korra. She is then instantly transported into the technologically advanced holding cells. But Korra's a hero, she won't stand back and just admit defeat. She will, of course, try to escape... and even help the other heroes escape too. That's a bad thing. If your hero escapes, you lose all additional points you have gained, no matter how far into the challenge you are. That means if Amon helped everyone and has seventeen points right before Korra escapes, he loses all those points and goes back to square one. Well then, why doesn't he just help every other hero escape so that he is the only one with more than one point? ** '''Rule Number Six:''' because of the secret prize. If by the end of the challenge you have the biggest number of points ''and'' your hero is sitting nicely on their cells... you get to choose two heroes that are on their cells to be your slaves forever. That means, for example, Medusa could choose Korra and Jojo as her slaves... but what if Kirei wants Jojo to escape so Dio loses all his points? Well then... that's on your hands, not mine. * Additional rules: ** '''What if my hero is a wimp?''' I hear you. You come from an Ubisoft videogame and your hero is a twenty something year old tourist with a gun. Well then, for the sake of fairnesss, your hero will be buffed. No, that doesn't mean he'll turn into a magical muscle man. It means that instead of going up against just the twenty something year old, you'll go up against the twenty something year old and all of his island friends, who have guns too. ** '''What if my hero is on the other RPs?''' So you're an artificial human or a human-looking alien and your hero is in another one of AGOG's many RPs? No need to worry. As it turns out, your universes have more than one hero! The artificial human will go against the hero's brother (or maybe his old allies turned enemies), whilst the human-looking alien will go up against one of his enemy's eleven forms! ** '''What if I send all the Overlords against one hero?''' Now, now, that is not fair, is it? It's not. For the sake of fairness, the Overlords may only send down one Overlord for each hero they need to fight. Have to fight an island? You can throw in three or four Overlords. Have to fight a kid in a metal suit? Only one Overlord. ** '''But what does 'actively participating' mean in terms of gaining points?''' I hear what you're saying. You're thinking that if you tell the Overlord on the battlefield to jump to the right, that will be enough to give you one point. Well... no. In order to gain a point, you have to play an essential part in the strategy of the fight (which means you should be able to call the plan 'your plan') or be on the fight yourself. If you told the Overlord how to deal with the battlefield and how to exploit the weaknessess of your hero, you'll get a point. If you told him to try and punch the hero in the head because that's where it hurts, well... you don't get a point. Endgame [[/folder]]

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! Eclipse Challenge 8: Super Evil Crisis War ''The 6: The Masters of Evil ''Tatu sends the Overlords are well on to a world of marvelous superheroes, conniving detectives and much more with the way to becoming generals, but what kind objective of villain lets taking over the hero win?'' * The basic idea of Earth by obliterating their mightiest heroes. But in order to do that, the Overlords will have to take up new names and obtain new powers, in order to become the new Masters of Evil.'' * This challenge is simple. The takes place in a Marvel/DC Universe. * Each Overlord will choose one of the many, many supervillains of this universe, and their objective will be to kill that supervillain. If they do that, they will immediately gain the supervillain's name, identity, superpowers and mooks, if the supervillain has any. * After obtaining their new identities, the Overlords are united in may recruit a secret base off the edge of the multiverse, equipped with teleporting devices and technologically advanced holding cells. The reason? They must unite together few additional supervillains to defeat join their heroes, There are a few rules, of course (I shall be using Amon as an example): ** '''Rule Number One:''' an Overlord cannot defeat its own hero. That means Amon cannot defeat Korra. How does one get around this? By helping other Overlords defeat your hero, of course. However... why would Amon want to do that? ** '''Rule Number Two:''' because defeating a hero grants you a point. Amon enlisted group, the help new Masters of Kirei to defeat Korra. The two gain a point. Why would Evil. * Regardless of whether they want these points? Because at recruit more villains or not, the next step in the Overlord's plan will be to take over certain key villainous organizations, such as HYDRA and the League of Assassins, by eliminating their leaders. * At the end of the challenge, whoever has the most points, gains double wishes... and an additional prize which will be revealed later at the writeup. But wait, if that's all Amon needs to do, why don't they send Alduin, one of the most powerful Overlords, after every hero? ** '''Rule Number Three:''' because every Overlord must defeat at least one hero to get his one wish. That's right, you don't get a wish for just being there. In order to gain your usual wish, you must actively participate in the defeat of a hero. That means every Overlord must go down to the battlefield and gets his hands dirty in order to gain one wish. So, in the case of our previous example, although Amon and Kirei both have one point, Kirei has his wish, whilst Amon doesn't. Ah, but Amon is evil. Why doesn't he just go and defeat all the other heroes? ** '''Rule Number Four:''' because all the Overlords will now have to agree on who they send after each hero. That means Amon can't just snoop in armies under their command, and defeat every hero and gain all the wishes. This also means that once you use an Overlord, it's very likely he'll be put aside so that another Overlord can go down to the battlefield and get his wish. That doesn't mean your Overlord will only fight once: it's very likely that Kirei will be recruited ready to fight another hero. But... Amon doesn't like sitting back and waiting. Why does he have to wait around doing nothing? ** '''Rule Number Five:''' because defeating a hero doesn't mean killing him. Amon and Kirei have united forces and defeated Korra. She is then instantly transported into the technologically advanced holding cells. But Korra's a hero, she won't stand back and just admit defeat. She will, of course, try to escape... and even help the other heroes escape too. That's a bad thing. If your hero escapes, you lose all additional points you have gained, no matter how far into the challenge you are. That means if Amon helped everyone and has seventeen points right before Korra escapes, he loses all those points and goes back to square one. Well then, why doesn't he just help every other hero escape so that he is the only one with more than one point? ** '''Rule Number Six:''' because of the secret prize. If by the end of the challenge you have the biggest number of points ''and'' your hero is sitting nicely on begin their cells... you get to choose two heroes that are assault on their cells to be your slaves forever. That means, for example, Medusa could choose Korra Earth and Jojo as her slaves... but what if Kirei wants Jojo to escape so Dio loses all his points? Well then... that's on your hands, not mine. * Additional rules: ** '''What if my hero is a wimp?''' I hear you. You come from an Ubisoft videogame and your hero is a twenty something year old tourist with a gun. Well then, for the sake of fairnesss, your hero will be buffed. No, that doesn't mean he'll turn into a magical muscle man. It means that instead of going up against just the twenty something year old, you'll go up against the twenty something year old and all of his island friends, who have guns too. ** '''What if my hero is on the other RPs?''' So you're an artificial human or a human-looking alien and your hero is in another one of AGOG's many RPs? No need to worry. As it turns out, your universes have more than one hero! The artificial human will go against the hero's brother (or maybe his old allies turned enemies), whilst the human-looking alien will go up against one of his enemy's eleven forms! ** '''What if I send all the Overlords against one hero?''' Now, now, that is not fair, is it? It's not. For the sake of fairness, the Overlords may only send down one Overlord for each hero they need to fight. Have to fight an island? You can throw in three or four Overlords. Have to fight a kid in a metal suit? Only one Overlord. ** '''But what does 'actively participating' mean in terms of gaining points?''' I hear what you're saying. You're thinking that if you tell the Overlord on the battlefield to jump to the right, that will be enough to give you one point. Well... no. In order to gain a point, you have to play an essential part in the strategy of the fight (which means you should be able to call the plan 'your plan') or be on the fight yourself. If you told the Overlord how to deal with the battlefield and how to exploit the weaknessess of your hero, you'll get a point. If you told him to try and punch the hero in the head because that's where it hurts, well... you don't get a point. its defenders.
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