Located beneath Sauronís Tower, the GUAE Mutant Lair acts to inflict the gift of involuntary transformation upon those imprisoned within its depths. Transcending traditional barriers of magic and technology, they aim to send ever more horrifying monstrosities
to perpetuate the cycle of capture and mutation. Other specializations include Humanoid Abominations
and miscellaneous experiments to convert normal life into aberrations only suitable for service in the GUAE
Davros, God of Science Gone Bad
- Lesser God
- Symbol: A Dalek
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Reason for joining: Revenge on the Doctor and the chance to create more Daleks for the upcoming war.
- Loyalty to Melkor: He'll "follow" orders until he's killed the Doctor, for good and seized the TARDIS. After that, Daleks will consume everything.
- Threat to Cosmos: He's a brilliant, insane scientist mad enough to create the Daleks, and malevolent and nihilistic enough to create the Reality Bomb. Extreme. The only reason he's not in the Mastermind house is that Melkor fears what Davros could do if left to his own machinations for too long.
Albert Wesker, God of the Evilutionary Imperative (Wesker)
The Cybermen, Gods of Cybernetic Abominations
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His sunglasses with a red eye glowing behind them.
- Alignment: Neutral Evil.
- Reason for joining: He was promised the key to the ultimate evolution of all beings, and the ability to spread them all, ensuring COMPLETE. GLOBAL. SATURATION.
- Loyalty to Melkor: The dude knows enough about genetics. Anybody with the potential to convert elves into orcs is rather fine in his book.
- Threat to Cosmos: The man's a walking tank and he's very knowledgeable on genetics.
Relius Clover, God of Antagonistic Fathers
- Lesser Gods
- Symbol: The Cyberman insignia
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Reason for joining: Human life is chaotic. Full of dangers and feelings. The Cybermen can and will help. Whether others even want "the help", the Cybermen couldn't care less.
- Loyalty to Melkor: The Cybermen are quite smart... which means they will wait till they've formed enough numbers before trying to force a Cyberman helmet on Melkor's head.
- Threat to Cosmos: They are a ruthless army capable of seizing entire galactic sectors. High.
Clover, The Puppeteer)
The Medic, God of Harmful Healing
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His mask and his opera cape, all worn by Ignis
- Alignment: Neutral Evil, with shades of Lawful Evil
- Reason for joining: Per his partnership with Terumi and plans to turn everyone in the GUAG into perfect, mindless dolls and later to be turned to perfect 'Gods', which Melkor has provided means to... oh and he wants to hunt down Carl Clover and kill him (he knows he's hiding there somewhere!)
- Loyalty to Melkor: Relius does put up the 'high loyalty', but his subservience comes off rather creepy even Melkor is unsure how loyal Relius is.
- Threat to Cosmos: Mysterious-Very High. He's one of the few people who can put Terumi into non-trolling attitude and some say he IS behind Terumi. Aside of that, Ignis is a damned tough marionette to handle, and there's the rumor that he'll just come back after he's killed. And that's not even accounting on how much he fights on his own...
- Lesser God
- Symbol: His Medigun on the "Uber" setting, his dove Archimides
- Alignment: VERY Chaotic Neutral
- Reason for joining: The GUAG's Medical Division politely declined his request to serve, since not only do they already have myriad great doctors (most of them licensed...), but The Medic also gleefully disregards the Hippocratic Oath, which sits badly with the GUAG's leadership. Thus, he about-faced and went to the GUAE, where his psychopathic tendencies are more than welcome.
- Loyalty to Melkor: The Medic is only loyal to Science (and only Mad Science at that), but since Melkor lets him experiment freely on anyone under his care, The Medic gleefully serves under him.
- Threat to Cosmos: VERY HIGH. Not only does he heal mooks with disturbing speed, he also can Ubercharge them and unleash hordes of superpowered cannon fodder. As much as the GUAG finds it distasteful and as much as they'd rather not take out someone who is actually neutral in the conflict, they may have no choice but to Shoot the Medic First.