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The Goddess of Dawn.
* GodIsGood: [[spoiler: One of the few gods who blessed Brilith's soul]] rather than cursing it like most other gods.
* LightIsGood: The Goddess of Dawn, and [[spoiler: blessed Brilith's soul instead of cursing it like most gods.]]
* NightAndDayDuo: Is ''literally'' this with Ratri, the Goddess of the Night.
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The Goddess of the Night.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Despite being the Goddess of the Night, and having a rather [[InTheHood sinister and mostly hidden appearance]], she is one of the few gods who took pity on [[spoiler: Brilith's soul and blessed it.]]
* GodIsGood: [[spoiler: One of the few gods who blessed Brilith's soul]] rather than cursing it like most other gods.
* InTheHood: Is seen wearing a hood and mask in a flashback. Fitting, seeing as she's the goddess of the night.
* NightAndDayDuo: Is ''literally'' this with Ushas, the Goddess of Dawn.
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* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Played straight and subverted from time to time. [[spoiler: He kept his engagement with Brilith's soul, leading her to reincarnate over and over again, despite the fact that the memories from all of her previous lives were too much for her to bear. At the same time, he doesn't stop her when she wants to die after receiving her traumatic past life memories. Even then, he does not respect her final wish- to never see or meet him ever again.]]
**'''Brilith''': As always, [[spoiler: [[LastRequest my last wish...]] is never to be involved with you again.]]

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* RapunzelHair: One of the most extreme cases seen in the series. A shot in season three (3-73/358) shows his hair going all the way down to below ''his knees''.

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--> '''Leez''': ...What do you define as evil?
--> '''Kali''': I don't know, many things... [[BlueAndOrangeMorality starting with that blasted Visnu... a world that should not exist, all the creatures of that world, and the values those creatures pursue throughout their entire lives. Their ideals, justice, honor, pride, relationships, and... 'love,' for instance.]]


* LoveIsAWeakness: And ''evil'', according to Kali. [[spoiler: It's one of the reasons why she wants to destroy the universe, among many other things. Although this strong dislike of love is implied to be because she knows [[LoveHurts the pain of love]] from personal experience.]]

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* LoveIsAWeakness: And ''evil'', according to Kali. [[spoiler: It's one of the reasons why she wants to destroy the universe, among many other things. She even claims to have created Yuta simply to eradicate all the things she finds 'evil'. Although this strong dislike of love is implied to be because she knows [[LoveHurts the pain of love]] from personal experience.]]
-->'''Kali''': [[spoiler: (to Leez) A life without love is the greatest blessing... I know too well the harms of love, and I wanted my son to be free of it.
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* NeutralNoLonger: [[spoiler: Implied. If she was the one who gave Laila her new weapon,]] then her reputation as a [[TrueNeutral neutral goddess]] is put under question. It doesn't help that [[spoiler: she gave Agni the Sword of Hellfire, and created a weapon for Kinnara to take away Airavata's name.]] Of course, [[BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil she could just be balancing both sides...]]

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* NeutralNoLonger: [[spoiler: Implied. If she was the one who gave Laila her new weapon,]] then her reputation as a [[TrueNeutral neutral goddess]] is put under question. It doesn't help that [[spoiler: she gave Agni the Sword of Hellfire, is implied to have ignored Teo's soul in order to let her resurrection occur, and created a weapon for Kinnara to take away Airavata's name.]] Of course, [[BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil she could just be balancing both sides...]]




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TormentByAnnoyance: Most gods get her to make what they want using this trope.

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** He was also the first astika to reach enlightment. Take that as you may.


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* KickTheDog: In a series where many characters try their hardest to kick as many dogs as possible, Chandra is close to being the utter king of this trope. From treating everyone else like shit to being okay with letting Samphati nuke Atera in order to take her down, sometimes it seems he moves heavens and hell to mistreat people. Laila, however, is the on the receiving end of this trope more often than anyone else. The worst instance can be argued to have happened around the time of the Cataclysm, when Laila's mentor summoned him to deal with a horde of suras attacking Rindhallow - [[spoiler:Chandra had her killed due to using too much power, and, upon seeing what he had done, ''badmouthed the dead woman in front of her crying disciple'', claiming that the then young Laila would one day end up summoning him as well]]. He did this for ''no reason''.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: As stated above, Agni's so old he doesn't even remember his childhood. But, as a god created when the universe began, he shouldn't have ''had'' a childhood, right? [[spoiler:Except that apparently he did. It seems Agni, as well as God Kubera and possibly others, survived the destruction of the past universe. Siera implies that God Kubera wasn't a god originally; if the same can be said about Agni, than it makes perfect sense for him to have been a child once, whatever he was, and also for him to not remember much about it. After all, save for Visnu, even the primeval gods have trouble remembering about past universes.]]

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** Also to Gandharva:
*** Both are among the oldest and most powerful members of their kind. This allows them to occupy top spots in their respective species' social scale, but neither feels this is much consolation for all they have to endure.
*** Agni is the strongest god with a fire attribute, Gandharva is the strongest nastika with the water clan attribute.
*** Both are considered physically attractive by other characters, but as stated below, Agni is mostly unaware of how his appearance is perceived, while Gandharva has no qualms in exploiting it for his sake.
*** Both deeply loved a woman for a very long period of time. However, the ways their relationship with said people developed are starkly contrasted: Gandharva and Menaka started with BelligerentSexualTension and eventually became HappilyMarried. Agni and Brilith, on the other hand, had an initially positive relationship that soured as time passed.
*** Both were once outcasts among his own, but for very different reasons. Agni, as the sole god to not play the JerkassGod card straight, kept being driven apart from his fellow deities, while Gandharva, as a murderous tyrant, was once feared even by other Gandharva nastikas.
*** The relationship each of them has with God Kubera can also be described as completely opposite. Agni and Kubera were once the two sole gods to give a damn about human suffering, and seem to be on mostly good terms even if they aren't quite friends. Gandharva, on the other hand, is used and abused by Kubera, knows it, hates it, and can't do a single thing about it.
*** Both were once close to Menaka, but in different ways. Agni and Menaka were BirdsOfAFeather, while Gandharva was once the very opposite of Menaka's kind personality. They also respected her enough to try to follow her wishes even long after her death - but while Agni kept his promise to give Gandharva an opportunity to redeem himself because he came to truly understand what Menaka wanted for him, Gandharva followed Menaka's words without giving them much thought, and never understood the spirit of her wishes as much as the letter.
*** The ways they behaved in regards to humanity are also sharply contrasted. Agni is the most compassionate of all gods, and tries his hardest to shield humans from as much suffering as possible. Gandharva, on the other hand, is only now beginning to truly understand Menaka's lessons about compassion, and is having a very hard time at it. Interestingly, being what he is only makes Agni's life worse; Gandharva, on the other hand, is currently going through his own TraumaCongaLine in no small part due to how he behaved in the past.
*** Speaking of humanity, both have a complicated relationship with a human priestess that went from positive to negative when said women discovered the ways they had been dishonest[[note]]Teo came to despise Gandharva after the whole Kalibloom debacle, whereas Agni's relationship with Brilith went downhill after she discovered about insight[[/note]]. [[spoiler:The death of said women is a sensitive enough issue for them to drive both ballistic.]]


* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Of sorts. If you think about it, they are kind of responsible for [[spoiler:the extinction of the first human race]]. Why? Since they retained the memories of their past lives in their souls, [[spoiler:suras saw them as a threat as it meant humans took suras killing any of them ''badly'', and the gods feared humans would one day rule the universe]]. Said concern ''is'' justified in the sense that, as per Shess' flashback, [[spoiler:humans were already working on weaponry aimed at destroying nastikas]]. What the primeval gods have to do with all this? Well, they could have prevented the situation from going this far if they wanted. Menaka knew that Gandharva's antics would end up backfiring in a ''major'' way, and begged them to help her stop him before he went too far. They refused. It was Gandharva's actions specifically that triggered the whole thing: [[spoiler:Brilith]], who was then a scientist, was so appalled by what he was doing that she spent a thousand years working on [[spoiler:the above mentioned weaponry]] with the goal of killing ''him''. An event this big certainly had a ton of reasons behind it, but it's hard to argue that the primeval gods couldn't solve at least ''a few'' of the problems.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Of sorts. If you think about it, they are kind of responsible for [[spoiler:the extinction of the first human race]]. Why? Since they retained the memories of their past lives in their souls, [[spoiler:suras saw them as a threat as it meant humans took suras killing any of them ''badly'', and the gods feared humans would one day rule the universe]]. Said concern ''is'' justified in the sense that, as per Shess' flashback, [[spoiler:humans were already working on weaponry aimed at destroying nastikas]]. What the primeval gods have to do with all this? Well, they could have prevented the situation from going this far if they wanted. Menaka knew Kubera calls them out on this, noting that Gandharva's antics would end up backfiring in a ''major'' way, and begged them to help her stop him before he went too far. They refused. It was Gandharva's actions specifically that triggered they should've molded the whole thing: [[spoiler:Brilith]], who was then a scientist, was so appalled by what he was doing that she spent a thousand years working on universe to suit [[spoiler:the above mentioned weaponry]] with ancient human race]], rather than expect them to mold themselves to the goal of killing ''him''. An event this big certainly had a ton of reasons behind it, but new universe.
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it's hard to argue that unknown how the primeval gods couldn't solve at least ''a few'' of the problems.others felt, Brahma is revealed to have disliked them, so it's doubtful she even had any inclination to prevent this.



* NeutralNoLonger: [[spoiler: Implied. If she was the one who gave Laila her new weapon,]] then her reputation as a [[TrueNeutral neutral goddess]] is put under question. It doesn't help that [[spoiler: she gave Agni the Sword of Hellfire, and created a weapon for Kinnara to take away Airavata's name.]] Of course, [[BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil she could just be balancing both sides...]]



* NeutralNoLonger: [[spoiler: Implied. If she was the one who gave Laila her new weapon,]] then her reputation as a [[TrueNeutral neutral goddess]] is put under question. It doesn't help that [[spoiler: she gave Agni the Sword of Hellfire, and created a weapon for Kinnara to take away Airavata's name.]] Of course, [[BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil she could just be balancing both sides...]]
* TheOldGods: A Primeval God.



* TheOldGods: Is a Primeval God.



* TheOldGods: A Primeval Goddess, older than the universe.



** To Sagara as well. Let's see, what do they have in common? Well, both have an Earth attribute. Both have a deep personal history with Ananta that heavily influences how they behave and are working to bring him back, and are similarly willing to take drastic measures to strengthen their firepower. Both will work with people that would normally be considered their enemies to achieve bigger goals. But that's about it. Compared to other nastikas, Sagara is weak, whereas Kubera is one of the only seven gods to ever achieve 5th-zen, and is considered an [[TheAce Ace]] among his peers. Sagara is pure emotion, Kubera rarely shows what he thinks. Sagara loved Ananta more than anything in the world, and is willing to damn everyone and everything to bring him back - Kubera betrayed the king's trust and had him killed. Sagara is a PintsizedPowerhouse, Kubera is LargeAndInCharge. She harbours no doubts about her plan, despite being repeatedly told that she should. As time goes on, he becomes more and more conflicted towards the same thing. Both have personal relationships with people far younger than them; however, Sagara has a TheMenFirst attitude towards the rakshasas under her command. Kubera, on the other hand, willingly allows Leez to join fights she doesn't even understand. And yet, he seems to care about her, not unlike how Sagara cares about her own underlings.

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** To Sagara as well.
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Let's see, what do they have in common? Well, both have an Earth attribute. Both have a deep personal history with Ananta that heavily influences how they behave and are working to bring him back, and are similarly willing to take drastic measures to strengthen their firepower. Both will work with people that would normally be considered their enemies to achieve bigger goals.
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But that's about it. Compared to other nastikas, Sagara is weak, whereas Kubera is one of the only seven gods to ever achieve 5th-zen, and is considered an [[TheAce Ace]] among his peers. Sagara is pure emotion, Kubera rarely shows what he thinks. Sagara loved Ananta more than anything in the world, and is willing to damn everyone and everything to bring him back - Kubera betrayed the king's trust and had him killed. Sagara is a PintsizedPowerhouse, Kubera is LargeAndInCharge. She harbours no doubts about her plan, despite being repeatedly told that she should. As time goes on, he becomes more and more conflicted towards the same thing. Both have personal relationships with people far younger than them; however, Sagara has a TheMenFirst attitude towards the rakshasas under her command. Kubera, on the other hand, willingly allows Leez to join fights she doesn't even understand. And yet, he seems to care about her, not unlike how Sagara cares about her own underlings.



* CrazyJealousGuy: Subverted. It might seem this is his reason for driving away all of Brilith's suitors, but [[spoiler:it has more to do with her being cursed with misfortune. Past experience has likely shown that any relationship will only go poorly for her]].



* TrademarkFavoriteFood: While Agni likes all food, he's most often seen eating dried persimmons.



* {{Foil}}: To Gandharva. Both are among the strongest users of the Water attribute in the whole universe; however, Gandharva's AnIcePerson, whereas Varuna would rather [[MakingASplash Make a Splash]]. Both have record kill counts of members of other races: Gandharva killed the most humans out of all nastikas, whereas, as per FantasticRacism above, Varuna is the number one sura killer. Both initially had a very indifferent view of human suffering: while Gandharva went around, well, [[UnusualEuphemism Gandharving]] human planets to vent his anger or simply relieve his boredom, Varuna can be seen as one of the gods mocking Agni for trying to stop him. However, at some point, both were driven by circumstances beyond their control to change their minds: Varuna became one of the gods pushing the most for Gandharva's death after he began destroying souls, while Gandharva became relatively more compassionate towards mankind due to Menaka's influence. Both have almost no fear of death, but Varuna doesn't because, as a goddess, for her DeathIsCheap; Gandharva, on the other hand, never feared annihilation, and nowadays is going full DeathSeeker. Both are capable of changing their appearance to be either male or female, but while not every god is capable of it, like Varuna, this is a basic skill among nastikas, such as Gandharva. When it comes to Agni's betrothal, both behaved in ways they regarded as positive but that really weren't: Varuna was among the gods trying to convince Agni to sever his connection to Brilith, arguing that he could find "a better human" later (Chandra's words), while Gandharva spared one of Brilith's past lives when he destroyed her planet. Finally, the ways they are seen by humankind mirror each other: Varuna, as a 5th-zen goddess, is worshipped by humans, while Gandharva, as a nastika king (and one with a remarkably bloody reputation), is hated and avoided, even as he tries to gain their trust.

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* {{Foil}}: To Gandharva.
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Both are among the strongest users of the Water attribute in the whole universe; however, Gandharva's AnIcePerson, whereas Varuna would rather [[MakingASplash Make a Splash]]. Splash]].
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Both have record kill counts of members of other races: Gandharva killed the most humans out of all nastikas, whereas, as per FantasticRacism above, Varuna is the number one sura killer. Both initially had a very indifferent view of human suffering: while Gandharva went around, well, [[UnusualEuphemism Gandharving]] human planets to vent his anger or simply relieve his boredom, Varuna can be seen as one of the gods mocking Agni for trying to stop him. However, at some point, both were driven by circumstances beyond their control to change their minds: Varuna became one of the gods pushing the most for Gandharva's death after he began destroying souls, while Gandharva became relatively more compassionate towards mankind due to Menaka's influence.
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Both have almost no fear of death, but Varuna doesn't because, as a goddess, for her DeathIsCheap; Gandharva, on the other hand, never feared annihilation, and nowadays is going full DeathSeeker. DeathSeeker.
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Both are capable of changing their appearance to be either male or female, but while not every god is capable of it, like Varuna, this is a basic skill among nastikas, such as Gandharva. Gandharva.
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When it comes to Agni's betrothal, both behaved in ways they regarded as positive but that really weren't: Varuna was among the gods trying to convince Agni to sever his connection to Brilith, arguing that he could find "a better human" later (Chandra's words), while Gandharva spared one of Brilith's past lives when he destroyed her planet. planet.
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Finally, the ways they are seen by humankind mirror each other: Varuna, as a 5th-zen goddess, is worshipped by humans, while Gandharva, as a nastika king (and one with a remarkably bloody reputation), is hated and avoided, even as he tries to gain their trust.



* CuteAndPsycho: Seems to look and act like a GenkiGirl from what we see of her, but she has the same enthusiasm towards [[DeathIsCheap the idea of dying]] and all of the spells associated with her are notably unpleasant.



* CuteAndPsycho: Seems to look and act like a GenkiGirl from what we see of her, but she has the same enthusiasm towards [[DeathIsCheap the idea of dying]] and all of the spells associated with her are notably unpleasant.


* DeathIsCheap: As per their RessurrectiveImmortality mentioned above, they behave like this. In fact, they find it funny when Agni goes berserk and kills them all. When it comes to humanity, their mentality is the same; that's why it took them so long to finally decide to do something about Gandharva. It was only when he began destroying the souls of those he killed that they decided to do something.

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* DeathIsCheap: As per their RessurrectiveImmortality ResurrectiveImmortality mentioned above, they behave like this. In fact, they find it funny when Agni goes berserk and kills them all. When it comes to humanity, their mentality is the same; that's why it took them so long to finally decide to do something about Gandharva. It was only when he began destroying the souls of those he killed that they decided to do something.

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* DeathIsCheap: As per their RessurrectiveImmortality mentioned above, they behave like this. In fact, they find it funny when Agni goes berserk and kills them all. When it comes to humanity, their mentality is the same; that's why it took them so long to finally decide to do something about Gandharva. It was only when he began destroying the souls of those he killed that they decided to do something.

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* {{Foil}}: To Gandharva. Both are among the strongest users of the Water attribute in the whole universe; however, Gandharva's AnIcePerson, whereas Varuna would rather [[MakingASplash Make a Splash]]. Both have record kill counts of members of other races: Gandharva killed the most humans out of all nastikas, whereas, as per FantasticRacism above, Varuna is the number one sura killer. Both initially had a very indifferent view of human suffering: while Gandharva went around, well, [[UnusualEuphemism Gandharving]] human planets to vent his anger or simply relieve his boredom, Varuna can be seen as one of the gods mocking Agni for trying to stop him. However, at some point, both were driven by circumstances beyond their control to change their minds: Varuna became one of the gods pushing the most for Gandharva's death after he began destroying souls, while Gandharva became relatively more compassionate towards mankind due to Menaka's influence. Both have almost no fear of death, but Varuna doesn't because, as a goddess, for her DeathIsCheap; Gandharva, on the other hand, never feared annihilation, and nowadays is going full DeathSeeker. Both are capable of changing their appearance to be either male or female, but while not every god is capable of it, like Varuna, this is a basic skill among nastikas, such as Gandharva. When it comes to Agni's betrothal, both behaved in ways they regarded as positive but that really weren't: Varuna was among the gods trying to convince Agni to sever his connection to Brilith, arguing that he could find "a better human" later (Chandra's words), while Gandharva spared one of Brilith's past lives when he destroyed her planet. Finally, the ways they are seen by humankind mirror each other: Varuna, as a 5th-zen goddess, is worshipped by humans, while Gandharva, as a nastika king (and one with a remarkably bloody reputation), is hated and avoided, even as he tries to gain their trust.


* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Of sorts. If you think about it, they are kind of responsible for [[spoiler:the extinction of the first human race]]. Why? As it turns out, since they retained the memories of their past lives in their souls, [[spoiler:the ancient humans were emotionally affected by the death of people they didn't even know, as they were their loved ones in past reincarnations]]. That means that whenever suras went around hurting [[spoiler:humans]], they became targets of ''everyone''. It was decided to destroy them when the gods concluded that [[spoiler:humankind]] would eventually rule over the universe, and decided to wipe them out before they had the chance to attempt anything funny. Said concern ''is'' justified in the sense that, as per Shess' flashback, [[spoiler:humans were already working on weaponry aimed at destroying nastikas]]. What the primeval gods have to do with all this? Well, they could have prevented the situation from going this far if they wanted. Menaka knew that Gandharva's antics would end up backfiring in a ''major'' way, and begged them to help her stop him before he went too far. They refused. But Gandharva is only one nastika, and there were several others doing similar things, right? Sure, but it were ''his actions'' especifically that triggered the whole thing: [[spoiler:Brilith]], who was then a scientist, was so appalled by what he was doing that she spent a thousand years working on [[spoiler:the above mentioned weaponry]] with the goal of killing ''him''. An event this big certainly had a ton of reasons behind it, but it's hard to argue that the primeval gods couldn't solve at least ''a few'' of the problems.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Of sorts. If you think about it, they are kind of responsible for [[spoiler:the extinction of the first human race]]. Why? As it turns out, since Since they retained the memories of their past lives in their souls, [[spoiler:the ancient [[spoiler:suras saw them as a threat as it meant humans were emotionally affected by the death of people they didn't even know, as they were their loved ones in past reincarnations]]. That means that whenever took suras went around hurting [[spoiler:humans]], they became targets killing any of ''everyone''. It was decided to destroy them when ''badly'', and the gods concluded that [[spoiler:humankind]] feared humans would eventually one day rule over the universe, and decided to wipe them out before they had the chance to attempt anything funny.universe]]. Said concern ''is'' justified in the sense that, as per Shess' flashback, [[spoiler:humans were already working on weaponry aimed at destroying nastikas]]. What the primeval gods have to do with all this? Well, they could have prevented the situation from going this far if they wanted. Menaka knew that Gandharva's antics would end up backfiring in a ''major'' way, and begged them to help her stop him before he went too far. They refused. But Gandharva is only one nastika, and there were several others doing similar things, right? Sure, but it were ''his actions'' especifically It was Gandharva's actions specifically that triggered the whole thing: [[spoiler:Brilith]], who was then a scientist, was so appalled by what he was doing that she spent a thousand years working on [[spoiler:the above mentioned weaponry]] with the goal of killing ''him''. An event this big certainly had a ton of reasons behind it, but it's hard to argue that the primeval gods couldn't solve at least ''a few'' of the problems.



* {{Foil}}: To Ananta. See his entry.
** To Sagara as well. Let's see, what do they have in common? Well, both have an Earth attribute. Both have a deep personal history with Ananta that heavily influences how they behave. Both are working to bring him back regardless of whether or not this is even possible. Both are willing to take drastic measures to strengthen their firepower: Sagara brought Samphati over from the sura realm, a movement even Hura admitted was gutsy, whereas Kubera draws the Sword of Return despite knowing full well that it would unable him to use his regeneration. Both are willing to work with people that would normally be considered their enemies to achieve bigger goals: Kubera approached everyone's favorite psycho, Kali, to help him set in motion a chain of events that he hoped would result in [[OmnicidalManiac Gandharva's]] head rolling; Sagara is working with Kubera himself to bring back someone he killed, and that she loved dearly. But that's about it. Both are especially powerful members of their species; however, compared to other nastikas, Sagara is weak, whereas Kubera is one of the only seven gods to ever achieve 5th-zen, and is considered an [[TheAce Ace]] among his peers for having managed to kill the strongest nastika of all. Sagara is pure emotion, Kubera rarely shows what he thinks. Sagara loved Ananta more than anything in the world, and is willing to damn everyone and everything to bring him back - Kubera betrayed the king's trust and had him killed. She's dark haired, he's a blonde. She was shown changing genders several times, he varies between child and adult forms. Sagara is a PintsizedPowerhouse, Kubera is LargeAndInCharge. She harbours no doubts about her plan, despite being repeatedly told that she should. As time goes on, he becomes more and more conflicted towards the same thing. Both have personal relationships with people far younger than them; however, Sagara has a TheMenFirst attitude towards the rakshasas under her command. Kubera, on the other hand, willingly allows Leez to join fights she doesn't even understand. And yet, he seems to care about her, not unlike how Sagara cares about her own underlings.

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To Ananta. See his entry.
** To Sagara as well. Let's see, what do they have in common? Well, both have an Earth attribute. Both have a deep personal history with Ananta that heavily influences how they behave. Both behave and are working to bring him back regardless of whether or not this is even possible. Both back, and are similarly willing to take drastic measures to strengthen their firepower: Sagara brought Samphati over from the sura realm, a movement even Hura admitted was gutsy, whereas Kubera draws the Sword of Return despite knowing full well that it would unable him to use his regeneration. firepower. Both are willing to will work with people that would normally be considered their enemies to achieve bigger goals: Kubera approached everyone's favorite psycho, Kali, to help him set in motion a chain of events that he hoped would result in [[OmnicidalManiac Gandharva's]] head rolling; Sagara is working with Kubera himself to bring back someone he killed, and that she loved dearly.goals. But that's about it. Both are especially powerful members of their species; however, compared Compared to other nastikas, Sagara is weak, whereas Kubera is one of the only seven gods to ever achieve 5th-zen, and is considered an [[TheAce Ace]] among his peers for having managed to kill the strongest nastika of all.peers. Sagara is pure emotion, Kubera rarely shows what he thinks. Sagara loved Ananta more than anything in the world, and is willing to damn everyone and everything to bring him back - Kubera betrayed the king's trust and had him killed. She's dark haired, he's a blonde. She was shown changing genders several times, he varies between child and adult forms. Sagara is a PintsizedPowerhouse, Kubera is LargeAndInCharge. She harbours no doubts about her plan, despite being repeatedly told that she should. As time goes on, he becomes more and more conflicted towards the same thing. Both have personal relationships with people far younger than them; however, Sagara has a TheMenFirst attitude towards the rakshasas under her command. Kubera, on the other hand, willingly allows Leez to join fights she doesn't even understand. And yet, he seems to care about her, not unlike how Sagara cares about her own underlings.



* TheHeavy: Averted from a point of view, played straight from another. Yes, he's the one behind Sagara's scheme, the one responsible for bringing most of the big shots into the game by opening portals into the sura realm, the one that gave Leez most of her items, [[spoiler:and is implied to have been the god that she summoned to boot]]. Besides, he was the one behind Ananta's death, thus kickstarting the whole plot. But, as Sagara complains in season two, he's not very cooperative. He opens portals, but takes no part in the battle. He knows where every Kubera is, but takes no steps to have them killed, and even goes around saving one of them from to time. As a god, he's the one with the most influence in human society; if he had told humanity to do something, it most certainly would have been done. For instance, the whole Kalibloom debacle, that ended up with Gandharva severely weakened (not to mention depressed, even if this is routine with Gandharva), could have been avoided if he had simply walked into his own temple and asked for his items back. His importance on the plot is undeniable, but most of the time he seems to not be sure whether of not he wants said influence to grow.

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* TheHeavy: Averted from a point of view, played straight from another. Yes, he's the one behind Sagara's scheme, the one responsible for bringing most of the big shots into the game by opening portals into the sura realm, the one that gave Leez most of her items, [[spoiler:and is implied to have been the god that she summoned to boot]]. Besides, he was the one behind Ananta's death, thus kickstarting the whole plot. But, as Sagara complains in season two, he's not very cooperative. He opens portals, but takes no part in the battle. He knows where every Kubera is, but takes no steps to have them killed, and even goes around saving one of them from to time. As a god, he's the one with the most influence in human society; if he had told humanity to do something, it most certainly would have been done. For instance, the whole Kalibloom debacle, that ended up with Gandharva severely weakened (not to mention depressed, even if this is routine with Gandharva), could have been avoided if he had simply walked into his own temple and asked for his items back. His importance on the plot is undeniable, but most of the time he seems to not be sure whether of not he wants said influence to grow.

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