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"This scenario, I admit, has been repeated ad infinitum throughout all of reality... In fact, this particular battle was fought not long ago through the same means! But what matters is that it has come again! And it is up to you all to be a guiding force in it. You can change it however you want... It is up to you."

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Due to the extremely complicated nature of Destroy the Godmodder, there are a veritable ton of characters in its mythos. However, the majority of these are very small characters who only get minor roles, but there is a large amount of important characters who are destined to play a large part in furthering the Godmodding Wars.

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"I threateningly begin to demand various things of you! Well, only one thing-and by the standards that this game has reached, the demand is not all that complicated! It's quite simple: Destroy The Godmodder."
TT2000, Destroy the Godmodder 2: Operator!

TT2000 is the creator of the Destroy the Godmodder series. He moderated Destroy the Godmodder 1 and was a major player of both Destroy the Godmodder 2 and Destroy the Godmodder 0rigins. He was the owner of GenericCraft, the setting of DTG1, until about some point mid-game. In DTG2, he was known for avoiding charging and entities as much as possible, although the few entities he was responsible for were very effective. In DTG0, he reprises this role.

His chumhandle is totallyTenacious, his Ancestor is The Player, and his symbol is Broken Bow.

  • Archer Archetype: A clear aversion. In DTG2, his Weapon of Choice is a bow (or bows), but TT2000 himself is, for the most part, quite friendly and sociable.
  • Boom, Headshot!: An Inversion: His Headshot Times Zero Battle Technique line is literally about shooting everything BUT the head.
  • Combat Referee: As per the role of GM, in the original DTG.
  • Famous Ancestor: Steve?, The Player and one of the Ancestors who fought and defeated the Psi-Godmodder.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Despite fighting on the forces of good throughout the majority of the series, TT can be downright cruel when he needs to be, such as capturing TwinBuilder, the then-current GM, to get him to damage the Godmodder.
  • Good with Numbers: One of his Battle Technique lines is based on mathematics. He also did an attack chain involving Powers of Ten.
  • Limit Break: His Comb Rave New Horizons, where he gets a Re-Power to get back to his Physical God status from the original DTG, and teams up with TwinBuilder to channel the Green Sun in a deadly flare.
  • Physical God: All GMs of DTG, courtesy of being a First Guardian, are this while they GM. He lost this status in the transition to DTG2.
  • The Watcher: Was this during the original DTG, as per his role as a First Guardian.

"I'll keep fighting, no matter how long it takes."
Build, Destroy the Godmodder 2: Operator!

TwinBuilder is the creator of Destroy the Godmodder 2, and was also a participant in DTG1 and DTG0. In DTG2, he updated the game as normal until he was summoned to the Battlefield itself by The_Serpent. Homestuck's Doc Scratch decreed that he would have to die for the timeline to proceed, and during his stay on the field, Twin developed two split personalities: Build and Split.

Build and Split fought after months of arguing, with Build emerging victorious and gaining control over Twin's body. Doc Scratch killed Build and took over the game completely, but Build was revived later on, escaping the afterlife he was trapped in, Limbo. Build updated the rest of the game as normal, evading pursuit by Project Binary and ultimately executing his master plan to save the players during the endgame and stop the threat of Project Binary.

These tropes apply to Build, the "primary" and benevolent split personality.

His chumhandle is transcribedGuardian, his Ancestor is the Operator, and his symbol is Red Glasses.

"Armageddon days are here again. Heh."
Piono is pionoplayer's avatar within the Destroy the Godmodder universe, and has participated in DTG1 and DTG2. He is an NPC Minecraftian with a large array of elemental swords and other assorted weaponry, and he has a bad tendency to make decent situations go sour and bad situations hit the Godzilla Threshold. pionoplayer himself is a very important player of the series, being responsible for several important plot points and game events, the manager of two canon spinoffs, and the creator of several overpowered characters and items.

His chumhandle is armageddonsConductor and his symbol is Crown of Fire.

  • Badass Normal: Initially, Piono had no powers to speak of whatsoever, just those of a regular Minecraftian, making him this by default.
  • The Chessmaster: Managed to break down all semblance of law and order in the multiverse... From a Minecraft server.
  • Evil All Along: Quite the surprise when it was revealed with a massive army attempting to hijack a plot-essential mini-reboot on the universe. It didn't work, but it was no less stunning.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Supposedly happened with a very traumatic event in his backstory. All but one of his appearances in TV Tropes are before this happened.
    • The event in question was the exposure to a massive Paradox that almost completely wiped The OP King from existence and caused him to Split. The evil personality won the ensuring Shatter by having the good personality take control as it was about to die.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Later on, after starting to collect his array of Elemental Alchemies and became an Alpha Godmodder.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: What he's trying to do has yet to be stated in-universe.
  • Literal Split Personality: This happened mostly offscreen, but he was a victim of it. The evil personality won out in this case.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Uses it as he can, but it isn't his only strategy.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: His aspirations. He seems to have a pretty darn good shot at it too considering the fact that he disrupted the peace corps of the multiverse from inside a Minecraft server.
  • Opportunistic Bastard: A mix of this and The Chessmaster, he's got plans, but the minute they start to fall apart, he begins winging it.
  • Reality Warper: An Aversion to start with-initially he had no real powers whatsoever apart from the physical abilities a generic Minecraftian would have and whatever the Alchemiter would give him. Didn't slow him down all that much. Later on, he became a straight example when he created Liber Dei and ascended to the rank of Alpha Godmodder.

"This day, the Pro-Godmodders will rue their choice to side with our enemy!"
Ninjatwist_ before unleashing a Colony Drop

Ninjatwist_ is the avatar of ninjatwist321 within the Destroy the Godmodder universe, having participated in the series since the final third of the original Destroy the Godmodder. He was an important player within the first half of DTG2, but his importance and role diminished over time. His original appearance was a Minecraft player, but his form is inconsistent, having taken form of a star, a RED Soldier, a RED Scout, and most recently an Apex officer. He seems partial to swords and automatic weaponry, with his recently-emerged Split Personality often focusing on axes.

He is also the GM of Destroy the Godmodder S: Acolyte.

He has no known chumhandle, but his ancestor is The Soldier and his symbol is Wine Glass.

  • Ax-Crazy: His more violent Split Personality lives up to this, almost immediately alchemizing an axe soon after his appearance.
  • Colony Drop: A large fan of these in his early days. One of his more famed maneuvers was dropping a huge barrage of meteors on the remnants of the Crockercorp fleet, wrecking the remaining two battleships.
    • He was also responsible for the Nova Ball, a burning sphere of emotion that involved a game of Beam-O-War to devastate the other side. Thankfully, his side won.
    • One of his last projects of the second game, Project Starfall, was implied to be one of these, but the players' charging capabilities were cut short before he could finish it.
  • Combat Medic: He takes this role in the prequel, carrying around an assault rifle and an axe as well as a medigun.
  • Combat Referee: Became one after the events of the second game with DTGS: Acolyte.
  • Drop the Hammer: One of his very first actions was to summon an Elite Hammer of Fury to try and beat down the Godmodder. The Godmodder being who he was, it didn't work.
  • The Ditherer: After a particularly bitter spat with his Anti-Godmodder allies, Ninjatwist_ threatened to join the Neutral side. However, he never ended up swaying from his path, and the bickering died down at most a week later.
  • Enemy Within: His more tactically-oriented, support-based self and his more violent, damage-dealing Split Personality don't get along very well.
  • Golem: Made an army of these with the Constructs, although sadly they had very few successes.
  • More Dakka: In DTG0, Ninjatwist_ used assault rifles as one of his main sets of alchemies.
    • In the early phase of DTG2, an early batch of his attacks revolved around an attack helicopter with mounted gatling guns on it.
  • The Real Man: Implied/played with. After one of his minor entities was killed, he granted its killer a Spoil of War for the sake of making a fair fight, since the Pro-Godmodder side was outnumbered at that point.
  • Screw Destiny: Ninjatwist_ tried to pull this after housing and protecting Twinbuilder, even though his death was important and inevitable.
  • Split Personality: While being late to the party, his more sinister and damage-oriented self has emerged in the prequel.
    • However, while split personalities were all the rage, The Cameo of Oryx the Mad God functioned as such the Ninjatwist_, often appearing in his text as a normal split personality would.



"I am, as you have assuredly noticed, not a very good person."
— Kalare Erelye

Kalare Erelye is TheLordErelye's avatar in the Destroy the Godmodder series, and a major player of DTG2 and DTG0. He is a magician/thaumaturge/eldritch ambassador who typically uses the arcane in his attacks, charges, entities, and weapons. He tends to speak of things in a Lovecraftian nature, and has a tendency to seek out the unknown and face its consequences. He was a player of a Sburb session along with five of his friends. Before they could claim their Ultimate Reward, an indestructible demon chased them to the Veil, where Erelye found Minecraft.

His chumhandle is ambiguousTheoretician and his symbol is Cosmic Goggles.


crystalcat is a major participant in DTG2 and DTG0, as well as, for a short time, the TV Tropes session. He was previously the GM of DTG: Terraria. His main character, Crystal, is a Fourth-Wall Observer and universal traveler with a lifespan measured in millennia.

His chumhandle is universallyCognizant and his symbol is Hand of Crystal.

  • The Ageless: Is this due to an immortality-granting elixir he found and drank far back before he came to DTG.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: As stated above, Crystal is perhaps the only character in DTG2 who has the explicit ability to observe and/or break the fourth wall as a part of his backstory and abilities. (That is, discounting one-off jokes or other shenanigans.) Not only that, he has at least once demonstrated the ability to weaponize this fourth-wall-breaking through interacting with the very thread DTG2 is hosted on.
  • Supernatural Is Purple: Another example, as everything from his magic color to his text color is purple.


— The_Nonexistent_Tazz, usual entrance to the DTG2 Memo.

The_Nonexistent_Tazz is a late participant in both DTG2 and DTG: TV Tropes, and the GM of Destroy the Godmodder 0rigins. He has various weird obsessions, including using doors as weapons, Left Arm-replacements, Super Smash Bros., and more. He is also known for his many creative attacks and characters, as well as destroying the Godmodder in DTG2. His personas in DTG2 and TV Tropes do not entirely match...

His chumhandle is caledfwlchUnleashed and his symbol is Severed Arm.


The_Serpent is a major player of Destroy the Godmodder 2, notable for being the first Pro-Godmodder player and the only one to keep this allegiance throughout the entire game. They are also notable for manipulating events to cause the majority of the Homestuck Invasion, perhaps earning the title of The Chessmaster, although they were being manipulated themself by Doc Scratch. As a character, Serpent is a troll, an alien race from Homestuck, with an obsessive need to fight her destiny.

Their chumhandle is augmentedUnagi, their Ancestor is the Renegade, and their symbol is Twisted Horn.

  • Ambiguous Gender: Not the character Serpent, who is clearly a girl, but the player themself: they have never gone on the record to say what their gender is at any point.
  • The Chessmaster: Shows shades of this during the Homestuck Invasion: She instigated the TIE-Invasion, the appearance of Binary Prime and Bec Noir, and through these, the Homestuck Invasion itself. However...
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: Serpent seems to have a bit of this, constantly worried about not being strong enough to fight her destiny and so overcompensating by... destroying things.
  • Supernatural Is Purple: Directly started the trend of orchid becoming associated with grave danger by typing in an orchid color early in the game.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Despite her Chessmaster credentials, Serpent was ultimately a pawn to Doc Scratch during the Invasion.
  • You Already Changed the Past: A large part of Serpent's personal timeline. Subverted slightly, with Astria, a future version of Serpent who goes by her real name, in fact being from an alternate timeline.
  • You Can't Fight Fate: A central idea in Serpent's personal character arc.

    Blue/Fseftr AI 
"I know very well how faulty the logic is. But I can't go back now. I've Come Too Far. The Moral Event Horizon; passed. If you will. "

Blue is the main character of Fseftr, a major participant of DTG2 and DTG: TV Tropes. He was also part of DTG1, but did not play as Blue during that game. Blue was born as heir to the throne of an interstellar empire, but eventually lost it, instead becoming one of two owners of HMASBC. Blue also controls FseftrAI, which acted as Fseftr's Minecraft avatar during DTG2. Fseftr is known for his excessive alchemies relating to Lapis Essence and his interstellar storyline.

Blue's chumhandle is azureAmelioration and their symbol is Lapis Lazuli.


5l1n65h07, usual entrance to the DTG2 Memo.

5l1n65h07, thankfully also known as Slingshot, is a major player of Destroy the Godmodder 2. He started as Anti-Godmodder, but changed to Neutral. His Minecraft account is also 5l1n65h07, and he has two Roblox accounts, plus a villainous Blockland account named PARANOiA. He Joined late in DTG: TV Tropes as Augmentor-5L1.

His chumhandle is undividedTerabyte.

     Armored Fury 

Armored Fury is a Troper and a participant in DTG: TV Tropes. He often uses his many, many subordinates to charge his summons or help allies charge theirs. When summoning, he has preference towards tanky bruisers and adorable girls, then slapping special rules on them.

  • The Engineer: A whole division of them. Originally summoned to help with the construction of the MAASTRC-US, they have been doing a lot of work after that.
    • Genius Ditz: Some of them aren't particularly bright, but they are absolutely great at their job.
    • Multidimensional Team: Most of the engineers come from different worlds altogether. At least one of them is ex-Hyperion.
    • Omnidisciplinary Engineers: Since they have experience handling a broad range of technologies, they can work with almost anything, including, but not limited to: Giant tanks, railguns, giant blimps, cyborgs, anthropomorphized warships, time traveling devices, game engines, and naval construction.
    • Running Gag: Failing spectacularly at non-engineering related things.
  • Groin Attack: Tried this once. Obviously, it does not work.
  • Summon Magic: Occasionally performed by actual summoners from the Institute Of War, though an earlier attempt involve enchanters instead.


Tabbune is a troper and a frequenter in the TV Tropes session of Destroy the Godmodder. He uses mostly magic-based attacks.

  • Fire, Ice, Lightning: Most of his attacks are based of either fire, ice, or lightning magic.
  • Pet Monstrosity: His pet, Boo-boo, is a dragon.
  • Recurring Boss: He becomes a PG Boss quite often in the series.
  • Soul Jar: His Magical Wrath/Arcana Gem is this.

     Lord Herobrine 

Lord Herobrine joined the struggle against the Godmodder rather late in the battle. He is most known for pulling wild, weird, and esoteric moves directly against the godmodder. Historically, he has summoned Majora, a balloon shredder, and run an impromptu Mini-Game inspired by Bloons Tower Defense.


A Troper participating in the TV Tropes session of Destroy the Godmodder. He prefers to use magical methods of attacking, mostly drawing from either Final Fantasy or Yu-Gi-Oh!.

— Trollllort
A manifestation of the weird side of the internet participating in the TV Tropes edition of Destroy the Godmodder. He prefers to use ludicrously random one turn attacks, and large summons, as well as occasionally buff another players attack. Sometimes.

"I've made many mistakes. I've become too narcissistic, I've been too insane, I've been too unfocussed. ...But is a chance to make up for it."

Occasionally frequents the TV Tropes session, and at one point went to DTG2 on the Minecraft forum, in a subplot that seemed to go nowhere...or did it?

Usually attacks with whatever happens to be on his mind at the time, which can lead to many, many poor decisions, including allowing Dimentio to steal a TARDIS. His general unpredictableness and ineptitude can also lead to some good, as demonstrated when he made Doc Scratch have a slight breakdown.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: Possible. While he seems fairly sane, his moments of 'creativity' can make you question this. Of course, this could be All According to Plan.
  • The Chessmaster: Occasionally thinks so, but butts heads with the DMs when he attempts it less than gracefully.
  • Character Development: Kinda. Began as an irritating brat attempting to shoehorn the game to his vision, slowly began to accept what the DM wanted.
  • Kudzu Plot: Why is there a person named temporal Underscore contacting him? Who is her boss? How the heck does the Large Hadron Collider factor into this? What was that 'prick' he felt? It doesn't help that that particular arc seems to have No Ending.
  • The End... Or Is It?: Seeing as to how he mentioned 'temporal anomalies' in his latest post, and he loves linking everything together.
  • What Could Have Been: The Raw Creativity. Dear Lord, the raw creativity. He was planning a charge to go up to 1000, but only got a fifth of that, seemingly unceremoniously releasing it in the final attack of DTGTVT.


    The Godmodder 
"You're all blind! And if it falls on me to pull the curtains and bring about daybreak, then so be it!"
The Godmodder

The Godmodder, also known as Godmodder477, Richard, The Golden God, and Omega, is the main antagonist of the Destroy the Godmodder series. He has achieved mastery over the powers of godmodding, meaning he can alter reality to his will and block almost any attack sent at him. His Godmodding Rank is Omega+ in all games except 0, the highest rank one can attain. His personal goal is to make as many people ragequit as he can. This is even his job, as he owns a company named Godmodding Inc. that profits off of every ragequit the Godmodder successfully makes.

In DTG1, the Godmodder went onto a server named GenericCraft and wrought havoc on it. He ended up battling a group of players that rose up to stop him, using his Anti-Chuck Norris Turret as a giant Tank in the final battle. However, he ended up losing.

In DTG2, the Godmodder wanted revenge, and created a gigantic server named GodCraft and trapped the entire population of Minecraft on it so that they were forced to ragequit it forever. At one point during the war, he developed his own split personality, named Alpha. The two personalities entered a truce, giving the Godmodder more power than ever before. Once the Godmodder got to his last hit point, he freed the omnipotent Red Dragon from his prison, taking some of its power and becoming supercharged. He then took GodCraft's Moon and almost slammed it into the main planet, and used a giant mech forged in his likeness named the Incarnate as the final boss.

Once he was beaten yet again and his plan failed, he was suddenly revived into a twisted form named Godmodder Soul. The Red Dragon had left a Mark on the Godmodder that warped him into this twisted state. The players beat Godmodder Soul by forcing his two split personalities to undergo a Shatter, almost destroying his mind. However, forces inside the Godmodder's mind caused the Shatter to occur in the Godmodder's real-life form as well. Alpha took over the Godmodder's avatar as a result, and went on to become the Godmodder in the TV Tropes session. Omega took over the Godmodder's real-life form, and he was turned back to normal. In the end, his infinite alts were erased from existence, his server was forced offline, and his mansion blew up as a result of his infinite computers being destroyed all at once. He appeared to have died in the explosion. Or had he?

  • Absurd Phobia: Tubas. This was apparently due to a childhood incident. One of UserZero's tapes shows that she once exploited this, and in DTG1 the use of it was automatic damage against him. Doubled as a Weaksauce Weakness earlier on.
  • A Lighter Shade of Black: In DTG0, he was still everything he was at his prime, but he was also willing to help out the Descendants against UserZero when presented with no other options. The Godslayers Faction think this is averted.
    • He's also usually presented as the lesser of two evils compared to The Conflict and its Agents.
  • Artificial Limbs: He gets the powerful Godarm after his left arm was destroyed in DTG1.
  • Attention Whore: Hoo boy. It's not bad enough that he's a tyrannical Reality Warper who's job and favorite pastime is Griefing. No, he's got to make sure that everyone knows he's the absolute best at what he does.
  • Battle in the Center of the Mind: Gets a Shatter with Alpha as the very final stage of 2.
  • Big Bad: Goes without saying. He is the main villain of almost every incarnation of DTG to date.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Tuba Boy by UserZero, referencing his fear of the instrument.
  • Humanoid Abomination: He's a walking engine of creation or destruction in human form, and he's actively malignant to boot.
  • It Only Works Once: True of all godmodders, anything that damages him cannot do so again, with the exception of killing affiliated bosses.
  • The Juggernaut: He can take blows that would make Superman turn into Pink Mist without even flinching. The most creative (and therefore strongest) attacks against him typically do 2 damage, with the absolute best dealing 5. This is out of 100 for almost all games, and 125 in DTG2.
  • Literal Split Personality: A victim of it due to the Serpent Projection's death throes. His is known as Alpha, who is obsessed with conquest at all costs. Tropes for him will go in his own folder.
  • No Cure for Evil: Generally never heals once he's taken damage. He might take damage from a player's attack and heal that off due to player influence, but turn to turn, he never gets any of his health back.
  • Reality Warper: He can change reality at a whim to trap players in his schemes, summon things on his behalf, or cause destruction.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Popcorn.
  • Troll: His main reason for causing the entrapment of all Minecraft players is to see them act out in rage.
  • Uncertain Doom: The final shot of him we get is his (real-world) hand reaching out of a crater. However, whether he's dead or not is uncertain, given there's no DTG3 forthcoming.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Tubas in 0 and 1. He's improved over the years. In 0, UserZero pulling out a Tuba was enough to get Richard into the fetal position and lined him up for a big attack, and one player had to give him therapy for it; by 1, it only did damage once but was still his greatest fear. By the time of 2 he's no longer instantly vulnerable to it, but still very scared.

    Project Binary 
Project Binary was one of the last bosses of DTG2 and an incredibly powerful AI who can manipulate code.

    User Zero 
"soooooo, just sit tight there and we’ll get this trash all worked out in a jiffy, and then i get to find where you live and add to my corpse collection!"
UserZero, to the non-Richard players on the server during a confrontation with Richard.

UserZero is the main antagonist of DTG0, fighting against Richard in this case. She is the first Omega+ godmodder, and the one Richard killed in order to ascend to his position as Omega+. She has a plan to get to the World Tree for unknown reasons, though they can't be good. The Anti-Zero players are fighting in favor of Richard and against UserZero in an attempt to make this predestined event happen, while Pro-Zero players are fighting in favor of UserZero and against Richard.

  • Ax-Crazy: Played With. She started off seemingly wanting to kill every player who has inadvertently joined her as-yet-unnamed server, in and out of game. However, since her [1], and a few times before it, UserZero has made a few attempts to just dissuade the Descendants into giving up instead and seems to be focused on them. However, she still collects corpses and is basically running on Unstoppable Rage. Bonus points for using axes.
  • An Axe to Grind: Her weapon of choice at the start of DTG0 was an axe, Vein Matters. She later got a pair for it, Blood Moon.
  • Big Bad: For DTG0.
  • Big Damn Heroes: During DTG2, she and the Legion of Godmodders came in to even the playing field against The Incarnate.
  • Blood Knight: Played With. She definitely seemed to enjoy fighting...At first. However, she has made a few attempts to sway the Descendants into leaving the server, showing she's not so happy about this particular fight.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Popcorn disgusts her.
  • Hope Crusher: Her stance on what a Rage Quit means in context; being so overpowered that her enemies lose all hope to win against her.
  • In-Series Nickname: Uzi.
  • It Only Works Once: True of all godmodders, anything that damages her cannot do so again, with the exception of killing affiliated bosses.
  • The Juggernaut: She currently holds the title for the Godmodder with the most HP to date, at a ridiculous 150, and is every bit as good at evading and tanking damage as her successor.
  • Posthumous Character: Dead during DTG1 and 2. Well, most of 2; She and the rest of the godmodders entrapped within Limbo broke out when the Descendants fought the Limbo Gatekeeper.
  • Unstoppable Rage: So potent that it works like Psychic Static, and seemingly directed at the Descendants and Richard for...some reason.

    The Acolyte 
"Your operation was a great success."
The Acolyte addressing one of his subordinates

The Acolyte is the antagonist of DTG: Acolyte. Much like his predecessor, he trapped the community of Minecraft in a server for his own amusement. The Anti-Acolytes fight to free the community, while the Pro-Acolytes and his army of Mooks fight to preserve the Acolyte's throne.

  • Casting a Shadow: The Acolyte's attacks are fueled by his Dark Magic Meter, but he lost that limitation partway through his game. His attacks are still themed around black magic, however.
  • Dark Is Evil: The Acolyte often associates himself with black and gray colors. Overlaps with Red and Black and Evil All Over, see below.
  • Evil Sorcerer
  • Humanoid Abomination: Less of an example than the Godmodder, but an extremely powerful and malevolent dark wizard who's powerful enough to tear holes in the landscape around him and whose spells can sometimes reference an entity's state according to the game itself should get him to qualify.
  • Mooks: His forces are called this, even in official dialogue.
  • Offscreen Villain Dark Matter: In a more literal sense, this is referred to in a conversation between him and one of his pawns. Presumably, it's where his Dark Magic Meter is, or his Mooks are, coming from.
  • No Cure for Evil: He never heals once he's taken damage, like the Godmodder who came before him.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: In official art, he is always seen with his left eye covered by his hair.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: Official art has him dressed in a gray robe with dark red X-like symbols on it.
  • Squishy Wizard: At least in comparison to previous Godmodders. The Acolyte only has 100 HP, the same as the Godmodder in the first game. In addition, whenever he shows up, he generally takes damage at a much faster rate compared to the other Godmodders.
  • Zerg Rush: His primary tactic, which involves sending hordes of Mooks at his opponents.

The Godmodder/Omega’s Split, created by The Glitch in the last acts of DTG 2. While originally he and Omega worked together unusually well compared to other Splits, their relationship degraded by the end of the game and they ended up undergoing a Shatter-one that ended with Alpha taking control of Richard’s Minecraft avatar.

  • Ambition Is Evil: The main difference between Alpha and Omega is that Alpha wants to use their power for conquest and more ambitious schemes. Omega ultimately decides to think smaller by the end of the game, while Alpha chooses to continue his own path.
  • Big Bad: For most of the spin-off games.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: He gets off with a pretty good deal by the end of DTG 2, becoming the Psi-Godmodder and getting off scot free to enact his own plans.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: He wants to become one, and has an alarmingly good chance at succeeding at it.
  • Physical God: All Godmodders are this by default, but as both the Psi-Godmodder and a God-Tier with the powers of every aspect, he’s even stronger than the rest.
  • Split-Personality Team: Alpha and Omega originally worked together surprisingly well compared to the Splits that had previously appeared. It doesn’t last, and by the end of the game he and Omega are bitter enemies.

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