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The first wave of Multiversers is the first wave of the new generation of Multiversers. It began with Duncan Verser. These are the Multiversers who were picked out directly by the Multiverse itself and are the oldest and most powerful of the bunch (with Duncan being the most powerful overall).

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    Duncan Verser 
Duncan Verser, the "Aspect of Chaos" and self-proclaimed ''King of the Multiversers." Duncan is known by many other titles throughout the Multiverse. A thrill-seeker at heart, he comes across as rather arrogant. However, he still strives to teach people to better themselves while increasing his own power, and retains enough of his quirks as a normal human being to keep himself relatively sane. Throughout his travels, he has done many horrible things in order to ensure peace, though he hopes his inevitable final act will be something truly good, not evil or morally gray. He is hoping to one day find someone to continue his legacy when he finally deems himself worthy of rest. (Created by VindictiveDunc.)

Tropes Relating to Duncan Verser:

  • Abstract Apotheosis - Duncan, as the Aspect of Chaos, represents and embodies all chaos in the Multiverse.
  • The Ace - The most powerful of all the Multiversers, leading an organization countless years in the making (with an army to match). His only equal is The Antiverser, and his only superior is the intelligence behind The Multiverse itself.
  • Anti-Hero - Of the Unscrupulous Hero variant. While very few details have so far been given, he admits to having done terrible things in the past in the name of his Multiverser duties and is the most likely of the lot to take drastic, even murderous, measures in punishing evildoers.
  • Authority Equals Asskicking - As the self-titled "King of the Multiversers," he falls into this trope. Helps that he's able to kick wholesale ass without breaking a sweat.
  • Badass Teacher
  • Benevolent Boss - Primarily to the other Multiversers, he is a firm but fair leader. He can also be this to the others under his command (though it takes a while for those who were once evil, such as Roman Torchwick).
  • Berserk Button - Oh, does he have them:
    • Cock-blocking him.
    • Hurting his loved ones, especially in front of him.
    • Removing the option of choice. WILL set him off.
  • Broken Ace - While it has only been noticeable recently, Duncan is this. He's spent countless millennia traveling the Multiverse by his lonesome, and suffers from an encyclopedia's worth of mental issues as a result.
  • Cool Old Guy - The first and oldest of the new generation of Multiversers, having been around for billions of billions of years. And most of the time, he's a nice person to hang out with.
  • Disproportionate Retribution - A comedic example. Back when he was training Michael, the younger Multiverser once pranked his mentor by putting dye in his shampoo, giving him rainbow-colored hair. His response was to go back in time and lace Michael's underwear that he would wear the day after the prank with itching powder.
  • Fatal Flaw - Pride. He is extremely arrogant, and if things don't go how he plans, he will lose his cool. The Antiverser himself notes how this is a big flaw for him to exploit.
  • The Gadfly - He is this, and revels in it.
  • Good Is Not Nice - He's fighting for the sake of protecting the Multiverse, and all who inhabit it...this does not, however, mean he's a good person. He's started wars, killed countless people, collected and unleashed destructive forces, and has allowed terrible events to occur because his master (The Multiverse) ordered him to.
  • Literal-Minded - Though he only acts like this to screw with others.
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner - Gives a number of these to his enemies, whether for humorous or dramatic effect...or if he's being completely serious.
    • Gives one of these to Lucifer in MLTI VRSE after losing his gun and a few fingers; in response, he starts taking the fight much more seriously (to the point that both Michael and Lucifer are then fully aware of how badly the latter screwed up).
  • Super Dickery - He tends to be this, to varying degrees, with friend and foe alike.

    Prime Death 
Prime Death, the "Aspect of Death'' of the Multiverse and the closest Multiverser to The End. His real name long forgotten, he grew up with difficulty expressing emotions, thus he took refuge in literature. He grew up seeing much death, both in real life and in fiction. This led him to question what Death was, exactly, up until he died. Duncan brought him to the Multiverse, where he wanted to understand everything about death itself. By the end, he became the embodiment of Death for all things in the Multiverse. His first act was to kill his past self before he was born, thus negating his old existence and cementing his new one as the Aspect of Death. His new goal now is to keep the balance between Life and Death, while teaching others to enjoy their lives until their inevitable end. (Created by RealmOfEmptiness; is now written by Fanfic guy01.)

Tropes Relating to Prime Death:

  • Abstract Apotheosis - Prime, as the Aspect of Death, represents and embodies the concept of death itself.
  • The Comically Serious - Can be quite funny without intending to be.
  • Cold Ham - Can come off as a cool and collected individual with a flair for the dramatic, especially when he and his allies make their grand appearances onto the field.
  • Cool Old Guy - One of the oldest Multiversers alongside Duncan. He's also a pretty cool person to hang out with (most of the time).
  • Cultured Badass - Prime Death is quite well-mannered and spoken, and has quite a bit of class. In addition, due to him being Death itself, he is extremely powerful and can kill an enemy in the blink of an eye.
  • Dark Is Not Evil - Wears a lot of black clothing, and is Death itself. He is also a very pleasant person to talk with, and is a protector of the Multiverse.
  • Deader Than Dead - Played with. Upon becoming the Aspect of Death, he aborted his past self so that no one would feel pain from his passing. He now exists in a state between Existence and Non-Existence.
  • The Grim Reaper
  • Literal-Minded - Takes things seriously, to the point where it can be rather hilarious to those trying to make fun of him.
  • Loophole Abuse - He flat out states that he hates unnecessary violence...when confronted by the atrocities that Satan Verser unleashed on Remnant, however, he believes wholeheartedly that every ounce of pain he's about to dish out is absolutely necessary.
  • The Nihilist - When he was human, Prime Death was fascinated by the concept of Death, wondering what it truly meant to die. Upon becoming a Multiverser, the first thing he asked his new boss was to understand what death truly was.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning - Has naturally blood red eyes after becoming a Multiverser.
  • Sophisticated as Hell - He is extremely calm, composed and well-spoken, whether having a casual conversation or beating the snot out of a student in a spar.
  • The Stoic - Naturally, due to him being the Aspect of Death.
  • Troll - He definitely has his moments. What makes it funnier is that he phrases it in a way that makes it look like you can't tell if he's joking, or is actually serious on the matter.

    The Master 
(Created by Fanfic guy01.)

Tropes Relating to The Master

  • Abstract Apotheosis - The Master, as the Aspect of Truth, represents and embodies the concept of truth. He can even use this to see the true nature of others, and works to help them confront their true selves.
  • The Comically Serious - More so than Prime Death. So much so that when no one can tell if he's being serious sometimes, or just a huge troll.
  • Troll - ...It is really hard to tell with him.

    Zack Verser 
Zack Verser is one of the newest Multiversers and the "Aspect of Dreams." He is unique from the other Multiversers in that he was unaware of his true nature until fairly recently. Zack is a big dreamer, both in his human life and in his Multiverser one. His main goal is to have peace in the Multiverse, an ideal that has become one of his most defining traits. Despite his want for peace, he acknowledges that peace is not always an option. Zack openly admits that he is no hero, by any stretch of the imagination. He is also one of the few Multiversers who does not incarnate himself as heroes and other characters, believing it to be stealing the accomplishments of those heroes and characters from them. He is also slightly self derogatory, constantly doubting himself. In spite of this, he will not hesitate to do what he believes is right. (Created by ZenithBloodedge.)

Tropes Relating to Zack Verser:

  • A Friend in Need - Is this for Michael. It is to the point where he will jump at the chance to help if Michael is in trouble.
  • Abstract Apotheosis - Zack, as the Aspect of Dreams, represents and embodies the concept of dreams.
  • Badass Bookworm - One of the more intelligent Multiversers, but is VERY talented in the art of ass-kicking.
  • Berserk Button - Has a quite a few of these:
    • Disrespecting the values of life and death.
    • Threatening those he cares about.
    • Breaking the stuff he makes.
    • Calling his suit pink. (It's MAGENTA, thank you very much!)
  • Cool Car - The Regalia from Final Fantasy XV.
  • Deadpan Snarker - This seems to be Zack's role among the Multiversers, always shooting comebacks to what he perceives to be stupid questions.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners - With Michael.
  • My Greatest Failure - He considers his failure to prevent Samuel from becoming "Cain" to be this, as he originally died in order to save his life.
  • Personof Mass Destruction - To extreme levels. Zack keeps most of his powers restrained behind several layers of seals and blocks, otherwise his mere presence would destroy anything around him.
  • Science Hero - One of Zack's main personality traits. He loves tinkering with technology and magic, with several of his most powerful tools being the result of such tinkering.
  • True Companions - Is this with Michael Verser. After his time with Michael in the worlds of DEVILMAN crybaby Game of Thrones, and Fate/stay night, he has come to care for Michael as both a mentor and a brother, standing by his side through thick and thin.


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