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* BalkanizeMe: ''Frenzy Space.'' After [[spoiler: the death of Tyraz Breek]] the Brood of War collapsed into hundreds of petty territories, where warlords and other new heads of state engage in an interstellar free-for-all. Were that not bad enough, much larger powers from outside the region have taken an interest in gaining territory for themselves.


* BlasphemousBoast: After becoming a PhysicalGod though Descendion and keeping the Imperium alive, Uriel has come to completely discard Drakon because where was he when Andromeda burned?
-> "Drakon did not save you, I did!"
** After absorbing the power of the Andromedan Artifacts, Master Br'Klakkon gets completely drunk with power. Declaring himself to be more powerful than even the highest Nars and promising to remake reality.
-> "I have become stronger than Sanktanaars themselves."
** Being a {{Flanderization}} of might-makes-right warrior cultures, the Iteok Khereg believe themselves to be stronger than even the Xhodocto. This is more PLayedForLaughs as the Iteok are a minor civilisation by Gigaquadant standards who are constantly duped into being used as CannonFodder by actual supernaturals with promises of power.



** The Grand Inquisition and its evil counterpart. The former goes for the more ecclesiastical - but still intimidating - "holy warriors of judgement" look (including dragon-headed helmets) while the latter goes for the more traditional "blackened spiky armour of doom" look. But both are designed to instill intimidation and doubt into anyone facing them.

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** The Grand Inquisition and its evil counterpart. The former goes for the more ecclesiastical - but still intimidating - "holy warriors of judgement" look (including dragon-headed helmets) while the latter goes for the more traditional "blackened spiky armour of doom" look. But both are designed to instill instil intimidation and doubt into anyone facing them.them.
* DivineRightOfKings: Various cases from being ordained by a religion to gods ruling empires
** The Draconizane Dominion holds that their GodEmperor Kordan Rex was hand-picked as Zr'An'Kar's herald. An invoked trope because Zr'An'Kar turned up several times in Kordan's life to further encourage him to ever greater heights of dominance.
** Depending on who you ask, the Paragon of the Draconid Imperium was either the chosen by Drakon, a mortal angel, or an incarnation of said god. Various cults of the Paragon take it further, asserting the figure to be a PhysicalGod in their own right.
** The various incarnations of the Church of Spode believe their heads of state are chosen by The Messengers, angels who serve the omnipotent Dei'Nar. On more than one occasion however, said head of state is in power because of TheCoup (such as Tadjamad or Jaharic). Simply ''believing'' their ascension is what the Messenges had intended.
** According to Zazane mythology, Zagdala Breek was the chosen champion of the deity Vaxal Myraad, being the first ever Descended Being. Deconstructed as both Zagdala and the Breek Bloodline inspire revulsion and dread among Zazane. Something plenty are glad to see the back of after the death of Tyraz Breek.
** Played dead straight with the Rambo Royal Family. A celebrated lineage whose right to rule is thought to come from the Atlantica.
** Warlord Hez'Kalka. An interlocutor between the Xhodocto and their mortal subjects, he is the closest thing to a chosen master of the Deathmarch even after Anzilanarus was inserted above him into the infernal hierarchy.
** Tyromairon looks to be establishing this, founding a solid cult of personality with his rule that marks him as the best thing to ever happen to the Cyrannus galaxy. Being an unfrozen {{Precursor}} (although he keeps that quiet), he's something of a secret GodEmperor.


** The Kraw Empire tried to exile most of the foreign powers that had settled their galaxy. Many on their list however were centuries ahead of them and controlled vast swathes of territory such as the Andromedan Galactic Commonwealth yet the Kraw attitude was "get out or face our wrath".
*** The Tyrekian Dominion did this with extra TooDumbToLive a few months later. They reasoned attacking the Galactic Empire of Cyrannus for territorial gain was suicide, yet the Draconid Imperium (who are by many measures as advanced and extensive as the Empire) was deemed a juicy target.



* HollywoodTactics: Subverted but mostly true for ground battles where the action typically focuses on specific characters. Vehicles such as tanks or aircraft are generally assumed to be in the background battle, leaving the main characters to kill off the infantry and bosses. Space battles can play it straight, where the strategy is often to blow up as many ships as possible, forcing the enemy to retreat or sending a boarding party to face the BigBad

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* HollywoodTactics: Subverted but mostly Mostly true for ground battles where the action typically focuses on specific characters. Vehicles such as tanks or aircraft are generally assumed to be in the background battle, leaving the main characters to kill off the infantry and bosses. Space battles can play it straight, where the strategy is often to blow up as many ships as possible, forcing the enemy to retreat or sending a boarding party to face the BigBad



* NoSell: High-level supernaturals often display this when attacked by conventional weapons, even weapons designed to destroy starships. MadScientist Pyrak Yannor has dulled his pain receptors to such an extent he's one of the few mortal characters to have displayed this.

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*NormalFishInATinyPond: When most factions regularly face off against galactic-level threats, the odd occasion where such characters turn to a smaller scale problem become this.
** ''Wrath Of The Imperium'' is a series of short stories where military assets of the Draconid Imperium face off against much smaller-scale empires. A single fighter drone becomes a BossFight and EliteMooks like Talon Marines become TheDreaded when facing a technologically inferior opponent.
** In a heist gone south for one Andorian smuggler, a single cruiser may as well have been a heavily armed battleship. In the wars of the Gigaquadrant however, such ships are often quickly fodder.
** A semi-canon story recounts a preindustrial Drodo physician records studying the corpse of a Draconis. While the species does not stand out; largely non-psychic and not nearly as physically large or strong as something like a Loron, To the 5ft tall physician however, "dragon" is an entirely appropriate label.
* NoSell: High-level supernaturals often display this when attacked by conventional weapons, even weapons designed to destroy starships. MadScientist Pyrak Yannor has dulled his pain receptors to such an extent he's one of the few mortal characters to have displayed this.



** And during ''Tantummodo Mortem'', the same shipyard appeared as part of Arkarixus' nightmare. Cue OhCrap from the team's Borealis War veterans.

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** And during During ''Tantummodo Mortem'', the same shipyard appeared as part of Arkarixus' nightmare. Cue OhCrap from the team's Borealis War veterans.


The Spore Wiki Fiction Universe is a large ScienceFantasy SharedUniverse set in the 29th century, and revolves around the civilisations of the "First Gigaquadrant", a large cluster composed of several galaxies (there were originally around thirty of them, until the ''[[ApocalypseHow Annihi]][[DroppedABridgeOnHim lation]]''). Originating from ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' fan fiction, the Spore Wiki Fiction Universe eventually became a science fiction world in its own right. It is located [[http://spore.wikia.com/SporeWiki:Fiction_Universe here]] and anyone can join and become a new writer.

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The Spore Wiki Fiction Universe is a large ScienceFantasy SharedUniverse set in the 29th century, and revolves around the civilisations of the "First Gigaquadrant", a large cluster composed of several galaxies (there were originally around thirty of them, until the ''[[ApocalypseHow Annihi]][[DroppedABridgeOnHim lation]]'').Annihilation]]''). Originating from ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' fan fiction, the Spore Wiki Fiction Universe eventually became a science fiction world in its own right. It is located [[http://spore.wikia.com/SporeWiki:Fiction_Universe here]] and anyone can join and become a new writer.


* EldritchAbomination: A couple of them are often the BiggerBad or TheManBehindTheMan of many stories. Most notably, the Eola'Nar and the Xhodocto are entire races of them.

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* EldritchAbomination: A couple of them are often the BiggerBad or TheManBehindTheMan of many stories. Most notably, the Eola'Nar and the Xhodocto are entire races of them.


* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Averted. There are as many neutral or benevolent reptilian species as there are malevolent ones. Those that are abhorred either evoke TheReptillians (Bisistar, Alpha Draconians, Dominatus), are just jerks (Basileus, Kicath) or both.

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: Averted. There are as many neutral or benevolent reptilian species as there are malevolent ones. Those that are abhorred either evoke TheReptillians (Bisistar, Alpha Draconians, Dominatus), are just jerks (Basileus, Kicath) or both.


* FiveManBand
** War of Ages:
*** TheHero: The Krassio Host
*** TheLancer: United Republic of Cyrannus
*** TheBigGuy: DCP
*** TheSmartGuy: Shka'Tun Imperium
*** TheChick: Rambo Nation
*** SixthRanger: Masaari Crusade
** Unified Nation of Ottzello Leaders:
*** TheHero: Tuolog
*** TheLancer: Yogtam
*** TheBigGuy: Zr'Ahgloth
*** TheSmartGuy: Kralgon Emperor
*** TheChick: Valzaria
*** SixthRanger: Commander-King Thylaxiz
** Ibis Galaxy Alliance:
*** TheHero: Tyrannar Junta
*** TheLancer: Alvarok Empire
*** TheBigGuy: Tyrannar Junta again
*** TheSmartGuy: Rillian Cortexa Hive, also Alvaroks in some ways.
*** TheChick: Ryordaan Empire
** FiveBadBand:
*** Main villains:
*** BigBad: Kamik'Shi.
*** TheDragon: Khazurhal Angazhar
*** TheBrute: Shu'ulathoi
*** EvilGenius: Emperor Zargoth/Tyrómairon
*** DarkChick: Dark Lord Tyrómairon
*** Galactic Empire of Cyrannus
*** BigBad: Emperor Tyrómairon
*** TheDragon: Apocalyptan Acolytes
*** TheBrute: Zillum and Tyrant
*** EvilGenius: Imperator Tyrannus
*** DarkChick: Mortikran and Agnassana
*** Angazhar's servants can qualify, except without the EvilGenius.
*** BigBad: Khazurhal Angazhar
*** TheDragon: Hez'Kalka
*** TheBrute: Kitoruka
*** DarkChick: Hellhuntress Telfinne
*** SixthRanger: Janzeviz

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* OutsideContextProblem: Enough of these have happened that the concept has gotten somewhat predictable, but there are incidents where even societies thoroughly familiar with an invasion from the LegionsOfHell get caught with their pants down.
** The Gigaquadrant's first encounter with the Draconizane involved Tyraz's flagship being attacked by an armada with considerable firepower. Who boarded the ''Ghost of the Warrior'', kidnapped an Andromedan highlord with barely any hint as to why, leaving without a trace hint of just where they went or why Tyraz was so special to them.
** The Aetomarchis arriving on an ancient Alcanti. Not only was he the first case of a Zazane in the First Gigaquadrant hundreds of thousands of years before anyone would know what one was, he introduced a completely alien form of energy that lingers in the biology of an entire species to this day.
** The Mali'Nar practically thrive being outside context. Most think only of themselves so a general motive is impossible to find. The more powerful Malis are capable of transforming entire planets or redefining the laws of physics just because they feel like it.
** The basis of the Holy Shadow War is this. Thousands of planets across the Gigaquadrant are suddenly dealing with a ZombieApocalypse with no clear sign as to why or how this is happening. While solutions for how to stop it never got very far beyond beyond vapourising the crap out of everything.


* {{Unobtanium}}: Several materials dependiing on the tier level of the faction in question, but the award goes to neutron degenerate matter: When refined it can be used to make the densest and most resillient ship armour imaginable. But because it can only be found in the heart of neutron stars, it is unreachable by all but the most advanced civilisations in the First Gigaquadrant.

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* UngovernableGalaxy: Most galaxies in the setting will have a sizable chunk of their space either unexplored and a haven for pirates or occupied by a rival to the primary superpower. Played very straight with the Cyrannus Galaxy in the last few decades: The Galactic Empire of Cyrannus defied this for a time, but a successor to the Old Republic emerged and managed to secure a solid third of the galaxy including a chunk of the core in as little as four years.
** Exaggerated for a long time with the Borealis Galaxy: No matter what was done by the Zoles Imperium, most of the galaxy was overrun with marauders, doomsday cultists and pirates. That was until the Forces of Order offed Falrik Zaarkhun and General Volim, undisputed leaders of the criminal underworld.
** Justified with the Andromeda Galaxy. Although the Highlords represented the bulk of space in the Pan-Andromedan Ecumene, getting anything done often involved gaining majority support from the more numerous Council of Lords, who represented the hundreds of other nations under the banner. Large chunks of Andromeda are also inaccessible due to hostile occupation. Both the Dominion of the Xhodocto and the Vartekian Empire claim entire segmenta to themselves so at best the Ecumene has a tenuous hold beyond the inner rim.
* {{Unobtanium}}: Several materials dependiing depending on the tier level of the faction in question, but the award goes to neutron degenerate matter: When refined it can be used to make the densest and most resillient ship armour imaginable. But because it can only be found in the heart of neutron stars, it is unreachable by all but the most advanced civilisations in the First Gigaquadrant.



* VillainWithGoodPublicity - While he does rule Cyrannus with an iron fist, it's hard to deny that the galaxy is far more prosperous and peaceful under Tyrómairon rule. Then again, [[ParanoiaFuel maybe that's what]] [[JustAsPlanned he intended?]]



* VillainWithGoodPublicity - While he does rule Cyrannus with an iron fist, it's hard to deny that the galaxy is far more prosperous and peaceful under Tyrómairon rule. Then again, [[ParanoiaFuel maybe that's what]] [[JustAsPlanned he intended?]]


* AlienLunch: Among more traditional forms of livestock, Draconid cuisine uses BigCreepyCrawlies in various soups, stews, roasts and desserts.

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* AlienLunch: Among more traditional forms of livestock, Draconid cuisine uses BigCreepyCrawlies in various soups, stews, roasts and desserts. A good Orgaat meal, however, is usually their enemies.



** The Mendel homeworld is notable for not only being home to several [[Kaiju]] sized beasts that make a habit of devouring whole cities, but three of the top 10 deadliest creatures in their galaxy are native to their world.



* HumansAreWarriors: The French fought a war with half of the Mirus Galaxy, with no support from Andromeda, and achieved their surrender.

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* HumansAreWarriors: The French fought a war with half of the Mirus Galaxy, with no support from Andromeda, against at least 3 warrior races, and achieved their surrender.



** The Orgaat culture thrives on it, needing it to keep their genetics stable, and to evolve new traits as they devour others.



* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: Spinkers have shark-like teeth which they constantly shed over their lives. They have an average of 60 teeth on their mouths in 3 rows, and since they can live nearly 900 years, some Spinkers can shed over a million teeth over their entire lifespans.

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* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: Spinkers have shark-like teeth which they constantly shed over their lives. They have an average of 60 teeth on their mouths in 3 rows, and since they can live nearly 900 years, some Spinkers can shed over a million teeth over their entire lifespans. Mendel can have anywhere from 50-55 teeth, and two large tusks in their jaws as well.


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* OurDwarvesAreDifferent: Togunda are nomadic asteroid miners, known for being short, grump and combative, but, unlike most Dwarves, derive much of their culture from Maori and South Polynesia.


* SufficientlyAdvancedBambooTechnology: The Draconid Imperium has this in spades: They have (among other things) AI-capable CPUs that look like gemtones, power armour more fitting for a knight errant than a SpaceMarine, palaces and bunkers alike with designs straight from a 17th century architectural catalogue and shield generators set into jewelry. yet have for a long time been a HigherTechSpecies.
** Many {{BenevolentPrecursors Atlantica}} artifacts appear to be made from stone or otherwise have a Mayincatec look to them.

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* SufficientlyAdvancedBambooTechnology: The Draconid Imperium has this in spades: They have (among other things) AI-capable CPUs [=CPUs=] that look like gemtones, power armour more fitting for a knight errant than a SpaceMarine, palaces and bunkers alike with designs straight from a 17th century architectural catalogue and shield generators set into jewelry. yet have for a long time been a HigherTechSpecies.
** Many {{BenevolentPrecursors Atlantica}} [[BenevolentPrecursors Atlantica]] artifacts appear to be made from stone or otherwise have a Mayincatec look to them.


** The Draocnis are one particular mundane case: It's hard to tell how many species they uplifted and how many cultures they influenced in their long history.

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** The Draocnis Draconis are one particular mundane case: It's hard to tell how many species they uplifted and how many cultures they influenced in their long history.



** "house wars" in the Draconid Imperium are essentially when the aristocracy stop being civil in their power games and start throwing nukes and turbolasers around. So far there have been three big ones.

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** "house wars" in the Draconid Imperium are essentially when the aristocracy stop being civil in their power games and start throwing nukes and turbolasers around. So far there have been three big ones.



* DeadlyDecadentCourt: While characters ''can'' be examples of ReasonableAuthoityFigure, the aristocracy of the Draconid Imperium tends to be this in general. Subverted however in that the system has long been designed to take advantage of the power games in play to keep the Imperium a competitive power.

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* DeadlyDecadentCourt: While characters ''can'' be examples of ReasonableAuthoityFigure, ReasonableAuthorityFigure, the aristocracy of the Draconid Imperium tends to be this in general. Subverted Deconstructed however in that the system has long been designed to take advantage of the power games in play to keep the Imperium a competitive power.



** Soldiers in the Imperial Talon Navy are highly-trained FacelessGoons in the literal sense that where you'd normally have a face, you get a blank metal plate. The Blood Dragon Guard take a different approach in that their armour is both [[BlingofWar ornate]] and menacing. Also both branches of the Guard are painted in a rather menacing-looking crimson.
** The marines of the Galactic Empire of Cyrannus wear specialised uniforms to incite intimidation in their opponents and keep citizens in line.

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** Soldiers in the Imperial Talon Navy are highly-trained FacelessGoons in the literal sense that where you'd normally have a face, you get a blank metal plate. Talon Marines take it further by donning SPARTAN-style power armour dialed up to 11. The Blood Dragon Guard take a different approach in that their armour is both [[BlingofWar ornate]] and menacing. Also both Both branches of the Guard are painted in a rather menacing-looking crimson.
** The marines of the Galactic Empire of Cyrannus wear specialised uniforms to incite intimidation in their opponents and keep citizens in line. Compared to other examples however, this is as far the dread goes.



** The Grand Inquisition and its evil counterpart. The former goes for the more eclesiachal - but still intimidating - "holy warriors of judgement" look (including dragon-headed helmets) while the latter goes for the more traditional "blackened spiky armour of doom" look. But both are designed to instill intimidation and doubt into anyone facing them.

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** The Grand Inquisition and its evil counterpart. The former goes for the more eclesiachal ecclesiastical - but still intimidating - "holy warriors of judgement" look (including dragon-headed helmets) while the latter goes for the more traditional "blackened spiky armour of doom" look. But both are designed to instill intimidation and doubt into anyone facing them.



* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Subverted - there are almost no RubberForeheadAliens in the universe. However, some species like Alavar, Rambo Pantorilisea, Rovegar, and sometimes Radeons can qualify.

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* GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: Subverted Downplayed - there are almost no RubberForeheadAliens in the universe. However, some species like Alavar, Rambo Pantorilisea, Rovegar, and sometimes Radeons can qualify.



* HollywoodTactics: Subverted but mostly true for ground battles where the action typically focuses on specific characters. Vehicles such as tanks or aircraft are generally assumed to be in the background battle, leaving the main characters to kill off the infantry and bosses.

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* HollywoodTactics: Subverted but mostly true for ground battles where the action typically focuses on specific characters. Vehicles such as tanks or aircraft are generally assumed to be in the background battle, leaving the main characters to kill off the infantry and bosses. Space battles can play it straight, where the strategy is often to blow up as many ships as possible, forcing the enemy to retreat or sending a boarding party to face the BigBad



** '''Apolithanatár''', the powerful Oikoumene Lord of Light, is said to mean "Eternal Starlight" in an ancient Oikoumene tongue.

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** *** '''Apolithanatár''', the powerful Oikoumene Lord of Light, is said to mean "Eternal Starlight" in an ancient Oikoumene tongue.



** The Valader. While other examples are political leaders, The Valader was a warrior who had spent many years honing his psionic abilities. In the finale of ''the Psionic Lord Ascends'' here he [[spoiler: he becomes Singul'Aren, the single most powerful user of Psionic energy in all of reality and]] essentially a leader for all those imbued with Psionic Energy to follow. His is a more classic tale in that he ''did'' eventually fight an UltimateEvil in the end.

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** The Valader. While other examples are political leaders, The Valader was a warrior who had spent many years honing his psionic abilities. In the finale of ''the Psionic Lord Ascends'' here he [[spoiler: he becomes Singul'Aren, the single most powerful user of Psionic energy in all of reality and]] essentially a de facto leader for all those imbued with Psionic Energy to follow. His is a more classic tale in that he ''did'' eventually fight an UltimateEvil in the end.



** There is a consensus among the community that the Empire has been in a state of cold war with the Draocnid Imperium some twenty years before hostilities between the NCR and the Empire reached Cold War like tensions.

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** There is a consensus among the community that the Empire has been in a state of cold war with the Draocnid Draconid Imperium some twenty years before hostilities between the NCR and the Empire reached Cold War like tensions.


** General Zillum, after a crushing defeat by Republic forces during the Great Cyrannus War, [[spoiler: had his body rebuilt by Tyrómairon in [[RevengeOfTheSith a secret lair]]]] becoming his most prized asset.
** Continuing on with the Star Wars theme, Tyrómairon himself gave a similar speech to that of Emperor Palaptine at the end of their respective wars. [[RevengeOfTheSith Announcing the foundation of a galactic empire of unrivaled extent]].

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** General Zillum, after a crushing defeat by Republic forces during the Great Cyrannus War, [[spoiler: had his body rebuilt by Tyrómairon in [[RevengeOfTheSith [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith a secret lair]]]] becoming his most prized asset.
** Continuing on with the Star Wars theme, Tyrómairon himself gave a similar speech to that of Emperor Palaptine at the end of their respective wars. [[RevengeOfTheSith [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith Announcing the foundation of a galactic empire of unrivaled extent]].


* '''''Galaxies at War''''', the longest running saga on the wiki, involving the civilisations of the Cyrannia Cluster (though also branches out into other galaxies from time to time). The saga includes factions such as [[TheKingdom Rambo Nation]], the [[TheRepublic Republic of Cyrannus]], the [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Cognatus]] and the [[TheEmpire Cyrannian Empire]].

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* '''''Galaxies at War''''', the longest running saga on the wiki, involving the civilisations of the Cyrannia Cluster (though also branches out into other galaxies from time to time). The saga includes factions such as [[TheKingdom Rambo Nation]], Nation, the [[TheRepublic Republic of Cyrannus]], the [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Cognatus]] and the [[TheEmpire Cyrannian Empire]].



* TheKingdom: Rambo Nation.



* UnderwaterCity: Being one of the few [[FishPeople aquatic civilizations]] in the Gigaquadrant, the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Agethime]] specializes in them.

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* UnderwaterCity: Being one of the few [[FishPeople aquatic civilizations]] in the Gigaquadrant, the [[TheKingdom Kingdom of Agethime]] Agethime specializes in them.


* BadassGrandpa: Many SporeWiki species can live for a long time. As such, many characters like Larnus Vontarion and Hel'Bre'K Ce'So'Va may qualify.

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* BadassGrandpa: Many SporeWiki [=SporeWiki=] species can live for a long time. As such, many characters like Larnus Vontarion and Hel'Bre'K Ce'So'Va may qualify.



** The [[FeatheredFiend Xarik]]-[[XtremeKoolLetterz Radux]] (pronounced [[ItIsPronouncedTroPAY Kuh-Zar-Ick Reh-Duh-Kuz]] by the way) were originally a Scary Dogmatic Alien race in the Fiction Universe itself before they were retconned into [[EldritchAbomination interdimensional monsters]] which are part of another work with very little in relation to the SporeWiki Universe itself.

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** The [[FeatheredFiend Xarik]]-[[XtremeKoolLetterz Radux]] (pronounced [[ItIsPronouncedTroPAY Kuh-Zar-Ick Reh-Duh-Kuz]] by the way) were originally a Scary Dogmatic Alien race in the Fiction Universe itself before they were retconned into [[EldritchAbomination interdimensional monsters]] which are part of another work with very little in relation to the SporeWiki [=SporeWiki=] Universe itself.



** The most common type of Dogmatism so far is Fundamentalism: Cogsangui, Ernai, Minga, Devourer's Chosen, Mahanayans, and, of course, Radeons. Second most common type is Conquistadorism: DCP, Junction, Zazane, and most of the Grox empires aren't the only examples. Communism is present as well with, partially, Zazane and Radeons. Nazism so far is the rarest hat on SporeWiki, the only major example being Basileus.

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** The most common type of Dogmatism so far is Fundamentalism: Cogsangui, Ernai, Minga, Devourer's Chosen, Mahanayans, and, of course, Radeons. Second most common type is Conquistadorism: DCP, Junction, Zazane, and most of the Grox empires aren't the only examples. Communism is present as well with, partially, Zazane and Radeons. Nazism so far is the rarest hat on SporeWiki, [=SporeWiki=], the only major example being Basileus.

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