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{{Thanos}}: The Mad Titan is certainly one that both sides keep an eye on but neither has made much of an effort to recruit. For one thing, he has a tendency to walk back and forth between the side of good and the side of evil. For another, he has a well-documented history of [[DidYouJustScamCthulhu scamming beings much more powerful than himself]], including Mephisto, and [[AGodAmI gaining incredible power]]; making Thanos aware of the Friends and the Council would be an open invitation for him to [[TheStarscream overthrow them from within]], if not [[TheChessmaster play them against one another for his own benefit.]] He is a very powerful piece indeed; but perhaps powerful enough to justify leaving off the board. If he discovers their existence, and invites himself onto the board, who knows the outcome of that game...

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{{Thanos}}: ComicBook/{{Thanos}}: The Mad Titan is certainly one that both sides keep an eye on but neither has made much of an effort to recruit. For one thing, he has a tendency to walk back and forth between the side of good and the side of evil. For another, he has a well-documented history of [[DidYouJustScamCthulhu scamming beings much more powerful than himself]], including Mephisto, and [[AGodAmI gaining incredible power]]; making Thanos aware of the Friends and the Council would be an open invitation for him to [[TheStarscream overthrow them from within]], if not [[TheChessmaster play them against one another for his own benefit.]] He is a very powerful piece indeed; but perhaps powerful enough to justify leaving off the board. If he discovers their existence, and invites himself onto the board, who knows the outcome of that game...
29th May '16 5:33:54 AM Doug86
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[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Reverend William Stryker]]: Using the same template they used with Frollo, the Friends manipulated this bigoted mutant-hater into taking his war against mutants to the next level. He's become the voice of a movement of hate that's haunted the X-men for decades.

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[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen Reverend William Stryker]]: Using the same template they used with Frollo, the Friends manipulated this bigoted mutant-hater into taking his war against mutants to the next level. He's become the voice of a movement of hate that's haunted the X-men X-Men for decades.



[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Bishop]]: The presence of the Friends and the High Council in the Marvel Universe brought certain elements of their world into this new world as well. It's no coincidence that Hope, the so called "Mutant Messiah" was born around the time that these new forces entered their world - Hope is actually the first [[KingdomHearts Princess of Heart]] born into the Marvel Universe. She's unaware of this destiny...but the Friends aren't. Targeting the Mutant lawman Bishop, they twisted him, convincing him that Hope would destroy mutantkind. The Friends sent Bishop flying over the MoralEventHorizon, leading him on a chase through time and space as he mercilessly hunted Hope and her foster father Cable.

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[[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen Bishop]]: The presence of the Friends and the High Council in the Marvel Universe brought certain elements of their world into this new world as well. It's no coincidence that Hope, the so called "Mutant Messiah" was born around the time that these new forces entered their world - Hope is actually the first [[KingdomHearts Princess of Heart]] born into the Marvel Universe. She's unaware of this destiny...but the Friends aren't. Targeting the Mutant lawman Bishop, they twisted him, convincing him that Hope would destroy mutantkind. The Friends sent Bishop flying over the MoralEventHorizon, leading him on a chase through time and space as he mercilessly hunted Hope and her foster father Cable.



[[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Sublime]]: The first Friend to make contact with this universe, and one of the most effective, Sublime takes the form of a colony of sentient bacteria. His forte is mind control; specifically, whatever he infects is controlled by him. He has done this for billions of years, always to the dominant species of the planet, wherein he lay dormant for millennia until Chenabog reactivated him to deal with the mutant problem (mutants, being outcasts, tending to gravitate toward the High Council). Sublime was more than happy to oblige, at least partly out of ego, as mutants are the only species immune to his infection. He obviously hasn't succeeded in wiping out the mutants yet, despite many ambitious projects including an attempt to make the genocide of mutantkind PR-friendly by sponsoring a team of mutant-hunting superheroes, but his presence in the system of many if not most baseline humans makes him a useful ally for the Friends; he has even taken credit for being the reason why many baseline humans are such {{Ungrateful Bastard}}s to the High Council's agents.

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[[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[Comicbook/XMen Sublime]]: The first Friend to make contact with this universe, and one of the most effective, Sublime takes the form of a colony of sentient bacteria. His forte is mind control; specifically, whatever he infects is controlled by him. He has done this for billions of years, always to the dominant species of the planet, wherein he lay dormant for millennia until Chenabog reactivated him to deal with the mutant problem (mutants, being outcasts, tending to gravitate toward the High Council). Sublime was more than happy to oblige, at least partly out of ego, as mutants are the only species immune to his infection. He obviously hasn't succeeded in wiping out the mutants yet, despite many ambitious projects including an attempt to make the genocide of mutantkind PR-friendly by sponsoring a team of mutant-hunting superheroes, but his presence in the system of many if not most baseline humans makes him a useful ally for the Friends; he has even taken credit for being the reason why many baseline humans are such {{Ungrateful Bastard}}s to the High Council's agents.



ComicBook/{{Magneto}}: The High Council loves to help a good HeelFaceTurn along. Magneto, a Holocaust survivor who became a WellIntentionedExtremist, was a prime candidate. He's flipped back and forth between the two sides for years, usually pulled back over to the side of darkness by humanity's hatred towards mutantkind. But recently, he seems to have completed a full redemption, arriving on the X-men's new haven of Utopia and working to make the island livable for his fellow mutants, including [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome searching all of deep space to rescue Kitty Pryde from oblivion]]. He's quickly become one of mutantkind's greatest hopes - just as the High Council knew he was capable of when they made contact with him.

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ComicBook/{{Magneto}}: The High Council loves to help a good HeelFaceTurn along. Magneto, a Holocaust survivor who became a WellIntentionedExtremist, was a prime candidate. He's flipped back and forth between the two sides for years, usually pulled back over to the side of darkness by humanity's hatred towards mutantkind. But recently, he seems to have completed a full redemption, arriving on the X-men's X-Men's new haven of Utopia and working to make the island livable for his fellow mutants, including [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome searching all of deep space to rescue Kitty Pryde from oblivion]]. He's quickly become one of mutantkind's greatest hopes - just as the High Council knew he was capable of when they made contact with him.
15th May '16 10:51:26 AM nombretomado
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{{Magneto}}: The High Council loves to help a good HeelFaceTurn along. Magneto, a Holocaust survivor who became a WellIntentionedExtremist, was a prime candidate. He's flipped back and forth between the two sides for years, usually pulled back over to the side of darkness by humanity's hatred towards mutantkind. But recently, he seems to have completed a full redemption, arriving on the X-men's new haven of Utopia and working to make the island livable for his fellow mutants, including [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome searching all of deep space to rescue Kitty Pryde from oblivion]]. He's quickly become one of mutantkind's greatest hopes - just as the High Council knew he was capable of when they made contact with him.

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{{Magneto}}: ComicBook/{{Magneto}}: The High Council loves to help a good HeelFaceTurn along. Magneto, a Holocaust survivor who became a WellIntentionedExtremist, was a prime candidate. He's flipped back and forth between the two sides for years, usually pulled back over to the side of darkness by humanity's hatred towards mutantkind. But recently, he seems to have completed a full redemption, arriving on the X-men's new haven of Utopia and working to make the island livable for his fellow mutants, including [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome searching all of deep space to rescue Kitty Pryde from oblivion]]. He's quickly become one of mutantkind's greatest hopes - just as the High Council knew he was capable of when they made contact with him.
4th Mar '16 11:33:49 PM nombretomado
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The Red Skull: ObviouslyEvil and a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] heir. These and more have come to describe ComicBook/RedSkull, a man so evil that other villains shudder in his presence. Even among some of the big members such as Doctor Doom refuses to run joint operations. As of such, the friends consider him their greatest agent, and their most reliable man for causing chaos on a global level. However, the pesky BigGood CaptainAmerica kept charging through the skull's many plans, leading to both an unhealthy obsession with crushing the captain, and eventually, his untimely death. Yet his daughter then took up his mantle, so not all was lost from the friends's favorite client.

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The Red Skull: ObviouslyEvil and a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] heir. These and more have come to describe ComicBook/RedSkull, a man so evil that other villains shudder in his presence. Even among some of the big members such as Doctor Doom refuses to run joint operations. As of such, the friends consider him their greatest agent, and their most reliable man for causing chaos on a global level. However, the pesky BigGood CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica kept charging through the skull's many plans, leading to both an unhealthy obsession with crushing the captain, and eventually, his untimely death. Yet his daughter then took up his mantle, so not all was lost from the friends's favorite client.



[[CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]]: Sometimes, there's one figure who's essential to keeping the fabric of the universe together. In this world, that's Steve Rogers. A unifying figure of inspiration, when he was assassinated, the heroes of the world fell into despair, as corrupt authorities consolidated their control over them. The High Council, seeing this, intervened to bring Steve back from the void. He is back in the realm of the living, and despite handing over his famous title to his former sidekick, he is still a uniting force among heroes.

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[[CaptainAmerica [[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]]: Sometimes, there's one figure who's essential to keeping the fabric of the universe together. In this world, that's Steve Rogers. A unifying figure of inspiration, when he was assassinated, the heroes of the world fell into despair, as corrupt authorities consolidated their control over them. The High Council, seeing this, intervened to bring Steve back from the void. He is back in the realm of the living, and despite handing over his famous title to his former sidekick, he is still a uniting force among heroes.
28th Dec '15 3:05:37 PM Anddrix
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DoctorDoom: This king of Latvaria, Victor Von Doom is a king without peer. A man who could put the Magnificent in MagnificentBastard, if he wasn't such a petty fool. The friends sensed a potential soul to corrupt when he sought to resurrect his mother. It is unknown how the friends tipped the experiment, but after the resulting failure, Doom swore vengance and sought to humiliate his ArchEnemy Reed Richards as the supreme intellect of the Marvel Universe.

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DoctorDoom: Doctor Doom: This king of Latvaria, Victor Von Doom is a king without peer. A man who could put the Magnificent in MagnificentBastard, if he wasn't such a petty fool. The friends sensed a potential soul to corrupt when he sought to resurrect his mother. It is unknown how the friends tipped the experiment, but after the resulting failure, Doom swore vengance and sought to humiliate his ArchEnemy Reed Richards as the supreme intellect of the Marvel Universe.



The Red Skull: ObviouslyEvil and a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] heir. These and more have come to describe ComicBook/RedSkull, a man so evil that other villains shudder in his presence. Even among some of the big members such as DoctorDoom refuses to run joint operations. As of such, the friends consider him their greatest agent, and their most reliable man for causing chaos on a global level. However, the pesky BigGood CaptainAmerica kept charging through the skull's many plans, leading to both an unhealthy obsession with crushing the captain, and eventually, his untimely death. Yet his daughter then took up his mantle, so not all was lost from the friends's favorite client.

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The Red Skull: ObviouslyEvil and a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] heir. These and more have come to describe ComicBook/RedSkull, a man so evil that other villains shudder in his presence. Even among some of the big members such as DoctorDoom Doctor Doom refuses to run joint operations. As of such, the friends consider him their greatest agent, and their most reliable man for causing chaos on a global level. However, the pesky BigGood CaptainAmerica kept charging through the skull's many plans, leading to both an unhealthy obsession with crushing the captain, and eventually, his untimely death. Yet his daughter then took up his mantle, so not all was lost from the friends's favorite client.



* Yet by far, their most important member is none other than Reed Richards himself AKA Mr. Fantastic. Despite what [[ReedRichardsIsUseless some might think of him]], Reed has proven himself time and again as the premiere OmnidisciplinaryScientist of the Marvel Universe. Thanks to his genius and quick thinking, earth has consistently been defended from mighty threats such as Galactus or Skrulls when the earth's defenses were still low on heroes. Reed though suffers from a pragmatist's mind. Always seeking the easiest option to move humanity forward, this has lead to him getting into trouble both with his family, and with the marvel community at whole. Regardless though, none but DoctorDoom doubt that all kidding aside, Reed Richards has made the high council's work a much easier task.

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* Yet by far, their most important member is none other than Reed Richards himself AKA Mr. Fantastic. Despite what [[ReedRichardsIsUseless some might think of him]], Reed has proven himself time and again as the premiere OmnidisciplinaryScientist of the Marvel Universe. Thanks to his genius and quick thinking, earth has consistently been defended from mighty threats such as Galactus or Skrulls when the earth's defenses were still low on heroes. Reed though suffers from a pragmatist's mind. Always seeking the easiest option to move humanity forward, this has lead to him getting into trouble both with his family, and with the marvel community at whole. Regardless though, none but DoctorDoom Doctor Doom doubt that all kidding aside, Reed Richards has made the high council's work a much easier task.
4th Dec '15 8:41:16 PM nombretomado
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[[{{Spiderman}} Norman Osborn]]: A CorruptCorporateExecutive with an insane split personality who crossed the MoralEventHorizon dozens of times over, the Friends saw the promise in him to wreak havoc on a much larger scale. Indeed they did with the Friend known as [[TheSentry The Void]]. They destroyed what little was left of his sanity by creating a real "Green Goblin" inside his mind, and helped him along as he rose through the ranks, until he wound up as the [[TyrantTakesTheHelm tyranical new boss of the Marvel Universe]]. He granted Norman his power both as the Sentry and the ability to fool the world into thinking he was anything other than pure crazy evil. When Norman's debt came due and he was unable to properly pay to Loki, it lead him into the scenario of the Siege where he was thoroughly defeated. (though not without killing several superheroes, bringing Asgard falling flat into the Midgard of Earth and causing much havoc) In order to cover it's own tracks the Friend!Void faked it's own death when it was crushed by the Hellicarrier and returned to the other friends in secret. ComicBook/DarkReign has the Friends' fingerprints all over it.

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[[{{Spiderman}} Norman Osborn]]: A CorruptCorporateExecutive with an insane split personality who crossed the MoralEventHorizon dozens of times over, the Friends saw the promise in him to wreak havoc on a much larger scale. Indeed they did with the Friend known as [[TheSentry [[ComicBook/TheSentry The Void]]. They destroyed what little was left of his sanity by creating a real "Green Goblin" inside his mind, and helped him along as he rose through the ranks, until he wound up as the [[TyrantTakesTheHelm tyranical new boss of the Marvel Universe]]. He granted Norman his power both as the Sentry and the ability to fool the world into thinking he was anything other than pure crazy evil. When Norman's debt came due and he was unable to properly pay to Loki, it lead him into the scenario of the Siege where he was thoroughly defeated. (though not without killing several superheroes, bringing Asgard falling flat into the Midgard of Earth and causing much havoc) In order to cover it's own tracks the Friend!Void faked it's own death when it was crushed by the Hellicarrier and returned to the other friends in secret. ComicBook/DarkReign has the Friends' fingerprints all over it.



[[{{TheSentry}} The Void]]: The Void was an old Friend who worked his way into the Marvel Universe but initially decided against tempting the heroes and villians. Instead it took hold of a poor drug addict, Robbie Renyolds offering him the power to be one of the world's greatest heroes in exchange for not only his soul but access to his physcial form and the inability for his power to truly do any good in the world. Recently the Void used Robbie as pawn to manipulate Norman Osborn into service of the Friends but was thwarted by the Council's undoing of the tension caused by the ComicBook/CivilWar. Robbie was killed in the battle but the Void is still at large.

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[[{{TheSentry}} [[ComicBook/TheSentry The Void]]: The Void was an old Friend who worked his way into the Marvel Universe but initially decided against tempting the heroes and villians.villains. Instead it took hold of a poor drug addict, Robbie Renyolds offering him the power to be one of the world's greatest heroes in exchange for not only his soul but access to his physcial form and the inability for his power to truly do any good in the world. Recently the Void used Robbie as pawn to manipulate Norman Osborn into service of the Friends but was thwarted by the Council's undoing of the tension caused by the ComicBook/CivilWar. Robbie was killed in the battle but the Void is still at large.
28th Nov '15 4:13:40 PM nombretomado
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[[SecretInvasion The Skrull Empire]]: Originally a fairly harmless group of alien shapeshifters, they TookALevelInBadass after the destruction of their homeworld - thanks to the Friends providing them with a [[ReligionOfEvil hostile, imperialistic religion of conquest]] to latch onto. Their campaign of mass destruction and infiltration not only undid years of trust among the heroes, it paved the way for Osborn's rise. Their defeat means that [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness their usefulness may have run its course.]]

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[[SecretInvasion [[ComicBook/SecretInvasion The Skrull Empire]]: Originally a fairly harmless group of alien shapeshifters, they TookALevelInBadass after the destruction of their homeworld - thanks to the Friends providing them with a [[ReligionOfEvil hostile, imperialistic religion of conquest]] to latch onto. Their campaign of mass destruction and infiltration not only undid years of trust among the heroes, it paved the way for Osborn's rise. Their defeat means that [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness their usefulness may have run its course.]]



[[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules The Chaos King]]: It's no coincidence that many of the world's mythologies make reference to a primordial darkness that existed prior to creation. For, you see, all these stories are true, and all these seemingly-different darknesses are actually one entity. He was the Greek Khaos, the Norse Ginnungagap, but his best-known incarnation is the Shinto god Amatsu-Mikaboshi. In the aftermath of the SecretInvasion, he was left with an army of alien gods and, armed with the ability to assimilate the abilities of any being he slays, rampaged through the cosmos, intending to swallow it all within his being and be the only thing in the universe again. He knows about the Friends, he just doesn't care, and is both willing and able to slaughter gods and demons alike in his twisted quest. He eventually reached a level of power equal to that of Eternity, the embodiment of the universe, and it took Hercules gaining similar power to defeat him. Realizing that he was indestructible, and a fundamental force of the universe, the boy genius Amadeus Cho decided to give the Chaos King exactly what he wanted: by stuffing him into an empty pocket universe, he has now presumably never been happier, and both sides are content to keep it that way.

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[[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules The Chaos King]]: It's no coincidence that many of the world's mythologies make reference to a primordial darkness that existed prior to creation. For, you see, all these stories are true, and all these seemingly-different darknesses are actually one entity. He was the Greek Khaos, the Norse Ginnungagap, but his best-known incarnation is the Shinto god Amatsu-Mikaboshi. In the aftermath of the SecretInvasion, ComicBook/SecretInvasion, he was left with an army of alien gods and, armed with the ability to assimilate the abilities of any being he slays, rampaged through the cosmos, intending to swallow it all within his being and be the only thing in the universe again. He knows about the Friends, he just doesn't care, and is both willing and able to slaughter gods and demons alike in his twisted quest. He eventually reached a level of power equal to that of Eternity, the embodiment of the universe, and it took Hercules gaining similar power to defeat him. Realizing that he was indestructible, and a fundamental force of the universe, the boy genius Amadeus Cho decided to give the Chaos King exactly what he wanted: by stuffing him into an empty pocket universe, he has now presumably never been happier, and both sides are content to keep it that way.
7th Nov '15 8:36:03 PM nombretomado
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The Red Skull: ObviouslyEvil and a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] heir. These and more have come to describe RedSkull, a man so evil that other villains shudder in his presence. Even among some of the big members such as DoctorDoom refuses to run joint operations. As of such, the friends consider him their greatest agent, and their most reliable man for causing chaos on a global level. However, the pesky BigGood CaptainAmerica kept charging through the skull's many plans, leading to both an unhealthy obsession with crushing the captain, and eventually, his untimely death. Yet his daughter then took up his mantle, so not all was lost from the friends's favorite client.

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The Red Skull: ObviouslyEvil and a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] heir. These and more have come to describe RedSkull, ComicBook/RedSkull, a man so evil that other villains shudder in his presence. Even among some of the big members such as DoctorDoom refuses to run joint operations. As of such, the friends consider him their greatest agent, and their most reliable man for causing chaos on a global level. However, the pesky BigGood CaptainAmerica kept charging through the skull's many plans, leading to both an unhealthy obsession with crushing the captain, and eventually, his untimely death. Yet his daughter then took up his mantle, so not all was lost from the friends's favorite client.
5th Nov '15 8:29:00 AM nombretomado
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[[TheMightyThor Loki]]: [[AlwaysChaoticEvil A trickster God with a mean streak]], Loki's rivalry with his brother made him an ideal ally for the Friends. They use him as a {{Mole}} in Asgard, reporting back on the most powerful sources of good magic in this new world, as well as having him manipulate other villains. However, despite his trickster ways, he recently pulled a HeelFaceTurn during the Seige of Asgard, and was killed by The Void for his trechery. It is unknown whether he will abandon the friends to rejoin the Asgard gods proper after his rebirth, or come running back to them.

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[[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Loki]]: [[AlwaysChaoticEvil A trickster God with a mean streak]], Loki's rivalry with his brother made him an ideal ally for the Friends. They use him as a {{Mole}} in Asgard, reporting back on the most powerful sources of good magic in this new world, as well as having him manipulate other villains. However, despite his trickster ways, he recently pulled a HeelFaceTurn during the Seige of Asgard, and was killed by The Void for his trechery. It is unknown whether he will abandon the friends to rejoin the Asgard gods proper after his rebirth, or come running back to them.



[[TheMightyThor Thor and the Asgardians]]: The closest ally to Zeus' pantheon in the Marvel Universe, they were natural allies for the High Council. They've got the sheer power to fend off the Friends, as well as the leadership skills to unite like-minded individuals under the banner of heroism. However, Loki's machinations have weakened them, and Norman Osborn's invasion threatens to strike a killing blow in the heart of Asgard. A more recent event lead to the majority of asgardians withdrawing from "Midgard", with even their mightiest champion Thor being forced back as he fell into serious wounds fighting "The Serpent".

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[[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor and the Asgardians]]: The closest ally to Zeus' pantheon in the Marvel Universe, they were natural allies for the High Council. They've got the sheer power to fend off the Friends, as well as the leadership skills to unite like-minded individuals under the banner of heroism. However, Loki's machinations have weakened them, and Norman Osborn's invasion threatens to strike a killing blow in the heart of Asgard. A more recent event lead to the majority of asgardians withdrawing from "Midgard", with even their mightiest champion Thor being forced back as he fell into serious wounds fighting "The Serpent".



[[IronMan Tony Stark]]: The "Inventor" of the MarvelUniverse, Tony stark was once a weapons dealer who experienced war and pain and in penitence donned PowerArmor as TheAtoner for having allowed {{Greed}} to let him bring pain to the world around him. Always striving towards a future where the Friends are defeated, Stark can sometimes clash heads with the other heads of the Marvel High Council due to some WellIntentionedExtremist moments in trying to unite heroes against the many threats from [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer suspicious citizens]] and the many supervillians. Both his closest friends CaptainAmerica and TheMightyThor still believe that when things come down to it, Tony might have the best vision to defeat the friends and prepare the world for afterwards, and thankfully, the superhero community can always reign him in when he goes overboard.

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[[IronMan Tony Stark]]: The "Inventor" of the MarvelUniverse, Tony stark was once a weapons dealer who experienced war and pain and in penitence donned PowerArmor as TheAtoner for having allowed {{Greed}} to let him bring pain to the world around him. Always striving towards a future where the Friends are defeated, Stark can sometimes clash heads with the other heads of the Marvel High Council due to some WellIntentionedExtremist moments in trying to unite heroes against the many threats from [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer suspicious citizens]] and the many supervillians. Both his closest friends CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and TheMightyThor ComicBook/TheMightyThor still believe that when things come down to it, Tony might have the best vision to defeat the friends and prepare the world for afterwards, and thankfully, the superhero community can always reign him in when he goes overboard.
4th Nov '15 4:53:20 PM nombretomado
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[[TheIncredibleHercules The Olympians]]: Zeus's counterpart in this universe is a good deal less pleasant and a great deal more cynical; he believes that Gods exist so that humans can have someone to blame when the universe seems to be conspiring against them. Regardless of ideological differences, the Olympians are a powerful force of good, fielding Hercules, Prince of Power, to set wrongs right. The recent murders of Marvel Zeus and Hera by Typhon, brother to the Titans, and of Ares by the Void have caused the Olympians to redouble their efforts.

[[TheMightyThor The Council of Godheads]]: The Asgardians and the Olympians are not the only divine forces in this universe. Others include the Heliopolitans of Egypt, the Daevas of Hinduism, the the Teteoh of Mexico, the Xian of China, the Amatsu-Kami of Japan, the Loa and Orishas of West Africa and the Afro-Caribbean, the Annunaki of Mesopotamia, the Manidoog of indigenous North America, the Tuatha de Danaan of the British Isles, the Apu of South America, the Dievas of Russia, the Inua of Canada and Greenland, the Ahau of Central America, the Jumalan of Finland, the Akua of the Pacific Islands, the gods of indigenous Australia, the Tenger of Mongolia, the Yazatas of Persia/Iran, and Yahweh ("[[ComicBook/HowardTheDuck call me 'Yah']]") of the Abrahamic Faiths. They put aside their differences and meet at a grand assemblage called the Council of Godheads, where they discuss how to better the Earth, though they are sworn to personally not interfere unless the threat is world-endig in scale, as was the case with the Celestials, the Skrull Gods, and of course the Friends. Particularly concerned with these new arrivals are Allfather Buluku and his Loa and Orishas (whom Baron Samedi [[ThePrincessAndTheFrog once framed during the crisis of Facilier]]), Svarog and his Dievas (who count among their number Chernabog's counterpart in this universe), and Anu and his Annunaki (many of whom have been transformed into demons by Mephisto's associate Marduk Kurios).

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[[TheIncredibleHercules [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules The Olympians]]: Zeus's counterpart in this universe is a good deal less pleasant and a great deal more cynical; he believes that Gods exist so that humans can have someone to blame when the universe seems to be conspiring against them. Regardless of ideological differences, the Olympians are a powerful force of good, fielding Hercules, Prince of Power, to set wrongs right. The recent murders of Marvel Zeus and Hera by Typhon, brother to the Titans, and of Ares by the Void have caused the Olympians to redouble their efforts.

[[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor The Council of Godheads]]: The Asgardians and the Olympians are not the only divine forces in this universe. Others include the Heliopolitans of Egypt, the Daevas of Hinduism, the the Teteoh of Mexico, the Xian of China, the Amatsu-Kami of Japan, the Loa and Orishas of West Africa and the Afro-Caribbean, the Annunaki of Mesopotamia, the Manidoog of indigenous North America, the Tuatha de Danaan of the British Isles, the Apu of South America, the Dievas of Russia, the Inua of Canada and Greenland, the Ahau of Central America, the Jumalan of Finland, the Akua of the Pacific Islands, the gods of indigenous Australia, the Tenger of Mongolia, the Yazatas of Persia/Iran, and Yahweh ("[[ComicBook/HowardTheDuck call me 'Yah']]") of the Abrahamic Faiths. They put aside their differences and meet at a grand assemblage called the Council of Godheads, where they discuss how to better the Earth, though they are sworn to personally not interfere unless the threat is world-endig in scale, as was the case with the Celestials, the Skrull Gods, and of course the Friends. Particularly concerned with these new arrivals are Allfather Buluku and his Loa and Orishas (whom Baron Samedi [[ThePrincessAndTheFrog once framed during the crisis of Facilier]]), Svarog and his Dievas (who count among their number Chernabog's counterpart in this universe), and Anu and his Annunaki (many of whom have been transformed into demons by Mephisto's associate Marduk Kurios).



[[TheIncredibleHercules The Chaos King]]: It's no coincidence that many of the world's mythologies make reference to a primordial darkness that existed prior to creation. For, you see, all these stories are true, and all these seemingly-different darknesses are actually one entity. He was the Greek Khaos, the Norse Ginnungagap, but his best-known incarnation is the Shinto god Amatsu-Mikaboshi. In the aftermath of the SecretInvasion, he was left with an army of alien gods and, armed with the ability to assimilate the abilities of any being he slays, rampaged through the cosmos, intending to swallow it all within his being and be the only thing in the universe again. He knows about the Friends, he just doesn't care, and is both willing and able to slaughter gods and demons alike in his twisted quest. He eventually reached a level of power equal to that of Eternity, the embodiment of the universe, and it took Hercules gaining similar power to defeat him. Realizing that he was indestructible, and a fundamental force of the universe, the boy genius Amadeus Cho decided to give the Chaos King exactly what he wanted: by stuffing him into an empty pocket universe, he has now presumably never been happier, and both sides are content to keep it that way.

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[[TheIncredibleHercules [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHercules The Chaos King]]: It's no coincidence that many of the world's mythologies make reference to a primordial darkness that existed prior to creation. For, you see, all these stories are true, and all these seemingly-different darknesses are actually one entity. He was the Greek Khaos, the Norse Ginnungagap, but his best-known incarnation is the Shinto god Amatsu-Mikaboshi. In the aftermath of the SecretInvasion, he was left with an army of alien gods and, armed with the ability to assimilate the abilities of any being he slays, rampaged through the cosmos, intending to swallow it all within his being and be the only thing in the universe again. He knows about the Friends, he just doesn't care, and is both willing and able to slaughter gods and demons alike in his twisted quest. He eventually reached a level of power equal to that of Eternity, the embodiment of the universe, and it took Hercules gaining similar power to defeat him. Realizing that he was indestructible, and a fundamental force of the universe, the boy genius Amadeus Cho decided to give the Chaos King exactly what he wanted: by stuffing him into an empty pocket universe, he has now presumably never been happier, and both sides are content to keep it that way.
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