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The Megacrossover Earth wiki is a fanfic wiki where various fictional characters and settings exist in the same multiverse. One of the major themes is the Elder Council-Archdevils conflict, which is inspired by the Friends and the High Council WMG. It is located here.

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  • All Stories Are Real Somewhere: The main premise of the wiki
  • Alternate Tooniverse: Toon Earth, Disney Earth, and Equestria Earth.
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  • Angels, Devils and Squid: The Elder Council's primary enemies are the Archdevils. The Great Old Ones used to be a major threat, but they have been imprisoned millions of years ago.
  • Balance Between Good and Evil: Eru, the creator of the known multiverse, believes that good must be balanced with evil.
  • Big Bad: Asmodeus
  • Big Good: Maleldil
  • Canon Welding
  • Comic-Book Time: Averted on Megacrossover Earth. Superheroes and other characters age realistically since the time of their Real Life debut.
  • Cosmic Horror Story: It is said that if Eru dies, Azathoth will absorb his energy and consume the multiverse. The Elder Council's plan is to create a Spirit Bomb using energy from every being in the multiverse but it is unknown if it would work.
  • Council of Angels: The Elder Council
  • Crossover Cosmology: Every god in mythology and fiction exists in this setting.
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  • The Fog of Ages: Eru does not remember his original mortal life.
  • I Have Many Names: Eru, Asmodeus, and other powerful beings are known by many different names throughout the multiverse.
  • Magic Versus Science: Subverted. Magic and physics are just different aspects of the Source.
  • The Multiverse: The known multiverse is merely a small part of the omniverse.
  • Reed Richards Is Useless: Literally averted on Megacrossover Earth.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The Great Old Ones
  • Sentient Cosmic Force: The Source
  • Stop Worshipping Me: The Elder Gods dislike being worshiped, but will watch over their worshipers and sometimes grant clerics divine magic.
  • Super Weight: It's even a page on their wiki. One's Super Weight is usually determined by their physical strength and connection to the Source.:
    • Type -1: The physically handicapped, human children, wingless pixies, smaller anthros.
    • Type 0: Normal humans, dwarves, orcs, winged pixies, human-sized anthros, merfolk.
    • Type 1: Highly skilled humans, untrained wizards, most elves, larger anthros, trolls, minor undead.
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    • Type 2: Low-level metahumans, cyborgs, armed robots, most clerics, partially trained wizards, High Elves, werebeasts, normal giants, centaurs, most unicorns, pegasi, griffins, mid-level undead.
    • Type 3: Most demigods, mid-level metahumans, giant robots, high-level clerics, fully trained wizards, fae royalty, larger giants, younger dragons, winged unicorns, major undead.
    • Type 4: Most Younger Gods, minor eldila, powerful demigods, ascended beings, high-level metahumans, very powerful wizards, older dragons, most kaiju, living spaceships, liches.
    • Type 5: High-ranking Younger Gods, major eldila, devils, dragon lords, Great Old Ones, planetary spirits, godlike AIs.
    • Type 6: Maleldil, Asmodeus, Azathoth, Yog-Sothoth, other overdeities, the Anti-Monitor.
    • Type 7: The Creator, The Source.
  • Theory of Narrative Causality: Each universe has different laws of narrative causality.
  • Time Abyss: Eru is about 155 trillion years old. Yog-Sothoth is believed to have existed for eternity.
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