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Coruscant, Divine Seat of City Planets
- Description: A Core World covered with massive skyscrapers and buildings up to 6 kilometers in height
- Symbol: The Republic or Empire symbol, depending on the era
- Theme Song: Coruscant, The Capital
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: City Planet, Layered Metropolis, First Appeared In The Thrawn Trilogy, Having A Dark Underbelly In The Underground City, Terra Deforming, Absurdly Huge Population
- Domains: Cities, Government, Imports, The Jedi(initially), Democracy/Dictatorship
- High Priest: Trantor
- Followers: Cybertron, Feros
- Sacred to: The Jedi of old, members of the Galactic Senate
- Similar to: Holy Terra
- Within the Core region is the most populated, once capitol power in the entire galaxy-Coruscant. With a population exceeding a trillion, the entire planet is one big city. Skyscrapers reach 6 kilometers in height, and the region has been the center of both the Republic and Empire. Jedi and Sith, diplomats and despots have called it home.
- Believed to be the origin of humanity in the Star Wars galaxy. It is very similar to Holy Terra, in being a City Planet stripped of most of its natural resources and important to humans. However most consider Holy Terra the Evil Counterpart due to being a Crapsack World that's heavily polluted, straining far more than Coruscant.
- One societal trait it shares with Holy Terra is that the more privileged are in the higher reaches, while the disenfranchised in the lower portions. There is a seedy underbelly where crime is an issue, such as the selling of deathsticks. The House of Crime finds this underbelly a great source of revenue and often visits to deal with fantastic drugs.
- Depending on when you visit Coruscant is either the center of a democratic republic and the capitol of the Jedi, or the center of the totalitarian empire where Palpatine has replaced the Jedi Temple with the Imperial Palace. Unsurprisingly this has caused the Jedi and Sith to despise each other even more. Gods in Leadership should be careful what era they visit Coruscant, due to differing political views. Though after the Empire, it is no longer the capitol it used to be.
- Requires a weather-control machine and mass imports to avoid being an uninhabitable Polluted Wasteland. There is only one exposed mountain peak, where Monument Plaza can be seen. Those more in-tune with the House of Nature don't think much of the planet, but those used to the city enjoy it. It's said to originally be dominated by oceans, but like in Holy Terra they've been replaced by artificial seas and reservoirs
- Mario is fond of visiting Coruscant as it reminds him of Metro Kingdom, and the Autobots as well since it reminds them of Cybertron. Due to being a very powerful and populated planet, the Green Lantern Corps and occasionally Superman help the Jedi protect it.
- Originated in Star Wars Legends, specifically The Thrawn Trilogy. However it had hills, isolated towers, greenery and mountain ranges. Even now there is at least a patch of undisturbed natural land, if Star Wars: Catalyst is to be believed.
Earth, Divine Cosmic Epicenter (Terra, Sol III, The Third Rock From The Sun, Jasoom)
- An Earth identical to the Real Life one unless noted otherwise.
- Symbol: A circle divided in quarters
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Real Life, for some reason disproportionately important in stories that work on scales that should make it nigh-improbable despite seeming irrelevance, Humanity and its accompanying trope
- Domains: Earth, Nature, Averageness, Humans
- Special relationship with: The Sun (the star it orbits), The Moon (its moon)
- Sacred to: Over 90% of the pantheon
- Alternate versions: Holy Terra, the Planet of the Apes, PNF-404, sort of The World of Pokmeon
- Earth is the third planet from the Sun/Sol, an almost 6 sextillion ton rock. It's mostly harmless, and as of the 21st century the dominant species has barely left. Despite this, it's a Weirdness Magnet, a favorite of alien invaders/protectors and humans usually have some importance. At least, when it's not an Insignificant Little Blue Planet.
- Personified as various beings, two of them being Geb and Gaea. Sometimes becomes adorable; see Earth-chan. On a darker note, recent evidence has revealed its the sleeping form of Unicron.
- The favorite spot of alien invaders, who want their women, snacks, water or something else. Of course, there are aliens like the Doctor who want to protect it. Alien protectors are a valuable commodity.
- Some just want to destroy the Earth, for various reasons. Majin Buu and Frieza succeeded until the Reset Button was pulled. Those who've tried include Marvin the Martian because it obstructs his view of Venus, Galactus out of hunger, Brainiac by blowing up the Sun, plenty of Doctor Who aliens, and too many an Omnicidal Maniac to list.
- Beerus considers Earth valuable because it has the best food, but that's debatable. Other important things about Earth is that it has the most Green Lanterns per planet/sector, it ISN'T a Planet of Hats, it's the center of the Federation among other things. Though this special-ness might just be because of homo sapiens.
- The DC Multiverse regards Earth(specifically Earth 0/the "main" universe) as its center. The exact opposite of Earth 0 is Earth 33, supposedly Real Life. Linkara is quick to mock this given "the real world" was destroyed by the Anti-Monitor once and nobody noticed. Though there's probably some explanation through use of the Timey-Wimey Ball.
- Various reasons have been given for why Earth is so important. It was revealed to be the birthplace of the Life Entity, is a supercomputer searching for the Ultimate Question, but the real reason is because the writers live on Earth, so just make it the most important because of Creator Provincialism.
Holy Terra, Divine Seat of Renamed Earths (The Throneworld, formerly Earth)
- Description: A heavily polluted and barren Earth with a continent-sized temple
- Symbol: The double-headed eagle symbol of the Imperium of Mankind, hovering above the Earth symbol
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Crapsack Planet, Polluted Wasteland, Absurdly Huge Population, Used-Up Worlds, Planet Terra, Mega City
- Domains: The Imperium, Pilgrimages, Faith, Pollution, Life Support, Barren Soil, Sacredness
- Sacred to: The Imperium of Mankind (home planet), especially The Emperor
- Unholy to: The Nature Preservers, Mem Aleph
- At the center of the Imperium of Mankind is the planet Terra. Called Earth millennia ago, it is the slow-beating heart of the Imperium, bearing the life support that keeps the Emperor of Mankind in a hair's breadth from death. Said to house trillions of citizens, it is a sight of pilgrimage for humanity, and a physical representation of the exhausted, old state of the human race.
- Millennia of warfare, pollution and overpopulation has led the planet to become utterly barren. By the time of the Unification Wars only the Pacific ocean remained, and now only artificial reservoirs keep its citizens alive. It is an environmental nightmare, and despite their best attempts the Nature Preservers can't restore the former beauty. Hexxus, however, sees it as one of his favorite vacation spots.
- As the embodiment of the Earth, Gaea was utterly OUTRAGED at Holy Terra. She despises the Imperium of Man for ruining her beauty, and has sworn to take out their entire empire for this. Even if it means Terra's destruction at the hands of Chaos. Mem Aleph was even angrier, completely losing herself in a blind fury and lashing out at everything around her.
- Despite how worn out it has become, life is better at a certain height. Agricultural resources are constantly being imported to keep the trillions of citizens alive, and it serves as the home of the Emperor of Mankind. He isn't quite sure how Terra lost its water.
- Also serves as one big temple dedicated to the Ecclesiarchy and the Emperor. The Imperial Palace expands the whole of what used to be the Himalayan Mountains, and within it the Golden Throne that supports him. It has a lot of ties to the House of FAITH for this reason.
- Some have proposed using the Staves of Life to restore it. The Imperium either hasn't gotten the memo or is nervous about using due to a mix of being Xenos technology, being able to mostly support it and bureaucratic lag. The heroic deities from Star Wars and Star Trek were appalled by how they polluted their own capitol, and are trying to get past this legislation to replenish the ruined world. The evil deities from these universes believe it'd be really advantageous to strip mine.
Htrae, Divine Seat of Bizarro Worlds (htraE, Bizarro World, Bizarro Earth, Earth 29)
- Annoys: Just about everyone else
- Sacred to: Bizarro (champion and sometimes creator), and to a lesser extent Frankenstein's Monster
- Domains: Opposites, Silliness, Madness, Stupidity, Cloning
- Portfolio: Bizarro Universe, Oddball Doppelgänger, Opposite Morality, Cube Planets, Sdrawkcab Name, Beware the Silly Ones
- Alignment: Chaotic Stupid
- Symbol: A crummy, box-shaped model of the Earth
- Description: A cube-shaped, rickety version of Earth
- As a fundamentally backwards being, Bizarro came to feel lonely about being the only Bizarro that there is. Using the Duplicator Ray that created him, he made a Bizarro copy of the Earth itself. All its people, heroes and villains, would gain a Bizarro copy. Molded in the imperfect duplicate's image, it's a weird mix of childlike innocence, stupidity and a certain level of danger.
- Initially Bizarro Universe was a title by Bizarro himself, however as he already had Oddball Doppelgänger he felt he should bring his people to the pantheon. Htrae is usually a construct he created, but in the larger DC Multiverse there's a literal Bizarro Universe in the form of Earth 29. The closest Sphere of the Gods is Nightmare, the shadowy opposite of Morpheus' Dreaming. Some suggest this might hint he finds them so absurd and ridiculous he shuffled the universe as far away from him as possible.
- The Htrae in the pantheon was molded to be a bizarro variation of the pantheon, to a certain extent. He mainly replicated the different alliances, except for the Grand United Alliance of Destruction because even he knows that's a bad idea, given his fight with a Black Lantern Solomon Grundy. Thankfully the replicated Alliance leaders share his absurdity and silliness. Unfortunately that's not always a good thing.
- Because of the backwards customs, the inverted morality and the bizarro language resulting in some Confusing Multiple Negatives, few ever visit. Superman goes there mainly to make sure that Bizarro isn't causing too much trouble. Frankenstein's Monsters feels slightly at home there since he feels out of place and like Bizarro.
- Since people on Htrae are wonky opposites of their normal selves, the crazier gods in the pantheon's Bizarro selves are normal. Zibarro is a Bizarro Bizarro, a normal person who hates being the Only Sane Man on Htrae. Jenkins Leroy is a highly competent general. And Chin's Bizarro form, Nihc, being completely against violence, prejudice and genocide.
- Though silly and childish, it is still a bad idea to really mess with Htrae because Bizarros have the powers of their normal selves, just inverted in purpose like Bizarro's ice vision and heat breath. Lest you forget what they could do.
- The Star Trek deities recognize it as being similar to the Mirror Universe, except weird. They'd prefer not to visit Htrae for that reason.
Planet Krypton, The Celestial Seat That Existed To Die
- Currently a kryptonite asteroid belt around the red sun Rao. Formerly a Super-Earth sized planet with Earth-like conditions and many crystalline structures on its surface
- Symbol: An asteroid of kryptonite
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral or Lawful Good, Depending on the Writer
- Portfolio: Planetary Destruction By Origin Story, Crystal Spires and Togas, Source of Kryptonite, Earth-Shattering Kaboom, Human Aliens, Contradictory Accounts Depending on the Writer
- Domains: Cloning (formerly), Science, Pride, Power, Radiation
- Sacred to: Every Kryptonian in or out of the pantheon
- Unholy to: Doomsday, and for good reason
- Barred entry: Vril Dox, Lex Luthor, the Galactic Empire
- Similar planets: Planet Vegeta, Alderaan
- Over twenty years ago, a planet was nearing its end. Krypton, a technologically advanced civilization with a race of potential superhumans, had lived for thousands of years in relative peace. However a greater disaster than the ancient clone war would occur; the planet itself was unstable. Though it would explode, its death throes would have Jor-El send his son to Earth in order to survive. Through Krypton's death, Earth would have its greatest hero.
- The star it orbited, Rao, was revered as an ancient deity. Human astronomers know it as LHS 2520, a red dwarf star 42 light years from Earth.
- The state of Kryptonian society varies from time to time. Sometimes it's a beatific near-utopia and nothing short of utter tragedy that it died, using crystal technology and architecture. Other times it's more dystopian, a sterile world isolated from the rest of the universe out of xenophobia and having a creepy eugenics vibe from it. Even Jor-El can't keep the story straight, but he always points out the Kryptonian Council were idiots.
- What's left of Krypton itself is an asteroid belt of kryptonite, however under strict guidance by the Court of the Gods the House of Time and Space will allow people to visit it when it still stood. The city of Kandor managed to escape before the destruction because Brainiac stole it, as did Argo City by reverse engineering his technology... at least before the kryptonite under them poisoned the lot, leaving Kara Zor-El an orphan saved by her father Zor-El and sent to Earth to reunite with her cousin and become another hero.
- Doomsday may hate everyone and everything, but he hates Krypton the most. He was created in its ancient past, killed over and over by hostile creatures and environments, so is naturally frightened about the planet. Brainiac is explicitly banned due to stealing the city of Kandor and possibly even having a hand in destroying it. Lex Luthor is banned due to his hatred of Kryptonians and desire to steal its radioactive remains.
- Princess Leia sometimes visits Krypton in order to pay her respects for the Kryptonians who were killed in its destruction. The Galactic Empire, on the other hand, has been barred entry due to having destroyed a sacrificial planet of their own. It's said that the spirits of Krypton tremble upon the fact the Death Star is a Dominion as well.
- It's not quite clear what caused Krypton to explode, but the consensus is it was probably unstable geology and possibly even fowl play by Brainiac that brought its end. Dream and the Endless remember a different origin; the first Despair gave the idea to Rao to create an inherently unstable planet where a civilization would flourish, only to meet its end and the survivor to be full of despair. This failed completely, since the Last Son of Krypton was Superman.
- Doesn't have anything to do with the element of the same name. If anything, being so unstable makes the planet antithetical to the noble gas.
Mars, Divine Seat Of Formerly Lush Worlds (The Red Planet, Sol IV, The Fourth Rock From The Sun, Barsoom, Garobus, Ma'aleca'andra)
- Description: A red, cold desert planet about half the size of Earth
- Symbol: A red male symbol
- Theme Song: Mars, The Bringer Of War by Gustav Holst
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Science Fiction magnet, Science Marches On, Formerly Wet Planet That Became One Big Desert, It Kind of Looks Like a Face
- Domains: Ice, Deserts, Dust/Rust, Science Fiction, Potential Extraterrestials, Astronomy
- Sacred to: Marvin the Martian, The Martians (Mars Attacks), J'onn J'onnz, Amy Wong, Ares, Abraham Lincoln, John Carter, Rei Hino/Sailor Mars, Douglas Quaid, The Guardians
- Unholy to: The Doomguy
- Banned entry: Zim
- Over 200 million kilometers from the Sun lies the planet Mars. About half the size of Earth, today Mars is a desert colder than Antarctica. But evidence suggests that eons ago Mars had oceans, likely some sort of life. It's this past which continues to captivate people, with the possibility that it might even have some liquid water remaining deep below the surface.
- Named after Mars, the Roman God of war. During the Golden Ages of Comics, Ares(when he was still going as Mars) had his base there, though not any longer. The name comes from how Mars is red, the color of blood and violence.
- It was thought there were canals in the 19th century, leading to the belief it was populated. The Viking proves disproved it, however science-fiction had already taken the idea and made it the most likely place aliens come from. Marvin the Martian, the Martians and J'onn J'onnz all call it home. Though depending on who you ask the planet is called Barsoom or Ma'aleca'andra by the natives. Often Martians and the people of Earth are rivals or enemies, such as Marvin's people, the Martians from Mars Attacks, and classically their Victorian-era invasion.
- Why is it a cold desert with a thin atmosphere? Most believe that it's because it cooled internally and lost the same magnetosphere that prevents the Earth from being a barren wasteland, due to being smaller. The Martian Manhutner has stated the real reason is because his psychopath of a brother exterminated the population in a psychic plague. Zim believes the Martians died off turning it into a Planet Spaceship because its cool, after doing so with Mercury. The Doctor has stated that Mars' native race, the Ice Warriors, survived the cataclysm though won't be active for some time.
- According to the Tenno, there used to be a civilization that lived on Mars that worshiped the Orokin as deities, completely oblivious to their true nature. Then the Grineer came. Now they rule most of the planet, the rest belonging to the Corpus or the Infested who engage in many conflicts with each other.
- The Guardians fondly remember Mars as the place where humanity first met the Traveler, whp proceeded to help usher in a Golden Age for them... at least until it sacrifed itself to protect them against its Arch-Enemy, the Darkness. The Vex and the Eliksni meanwhile used to have a presence here, but the Red Legion's Invasion and terrible strategic moves from a Servitor for the respective factions contributed to their downfall in Mars. One of Oryx's sons, Nokris, and the Worm God, Xul, tried invading Mars but were frozen by the Warmind, Rasputin. When brought up, he sneers at the mention of Xul and doesn't even bother acknowledging Nokris' existence.
- Even if its a desert, human colonists want to go to it anyway and one day Terraform it. By the 30th century the Wong family owns the western hemisphere, with Amy Wong being a Chinese Martian. By the 41st millennium the Adeptus Mechanicus can be found there, and Mag'ladroth is sealed in there. It's unknown how this might affect the future where the Martian Manhunter has merged with the planet.
- Abraham Lincoln was King of Mars for some time. After he died Grob Gob Glob Grod took the position, and after he was put out of condition a humbled and redeemed Magic Man, now killed King Man. Sailor Mars serves as the guardian of the planet, and John Carter is one of the planet's greatest heroes. Douglas Quaid saved the planet from Cohaggen's tyrannical rule by giving it air. It is also where Johnny Rico's last mission took place.
- Zim is banned from ever visiting Mars again since when he hijacked the Planet Spaceship, he ended up damaging the planet and flung it out of the solar system. Doomguy doesn't want to return to Mars due to them opening up a portal to Hell there.
- Said that men are from here, and women from Venus. May be in short supply of women and chocolate. There are supposedly faces on Mars, and pyramids. For the love of God, don't mess with the pyramids on Mars and be very careful with handling water on the planet.
Planet of the Apes
Planet of the Apes, Holy Seat of Ruined Planets That May Actually be Earth
- A planet rich of natural environment inhabited with anthropomorphic apes who was once a civilized world in a far-future.
- Symbol: A beach with the Statue of Liberty in it.
- Alignment: True Neutral (simian inhabitants are Lawful Neutral)
- Portfolio: Suppossed Alien Planets Revealed To Be Ours, Spoilers Everybody Knows, Scenery Porn, Fantastic Racism, Forbidden Zones, Tomato Surprises, Post-Apocalyptic Locations Inhabited By Simians.
- Domains: Nature, Science, Apes.
- Sacred to: The aforementioned simians, especially Caesar.
- Not sacred to: The human race... for a good reason.
- This place is officially declared as a Holy Seat for its shocking ending where George Taylor found the remains of the Statue of Liberty. His response is like the following:George Taylor: You maniacs! You blew it up!
- Yoghurt thinks it otherwise as a certain Darth Vader expy (Dark Helmet, to be precise) accidentally put the remains of the Statue here.
PNF-404, Seat of Alternate Former Earths (Pikmin Planet, Planet of the Pikmin, Distant Planet, Planet not found: Error 404)
- A planet that looks like Earth several million years into the future, with the continents rearranged
- Symbol: The planet itself
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Earth That Was, Humanity's Wake, After the End
- Domains: Earth, Nature
- Similar locations: Shiver Star(?), Lost Jerusalem, Earth from Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, a different Earth from Warframe
- Sacred to: the Pikmin
- This is planet Earth. Or at least, it's a version of Earth in the very far future where humanity has gone extinct. What remains in this planet is the beautiful outdoors and plenty of varied wildlife (most of it dangerous) to go with it.
- Some underground locations can be found throughout the planet. These underground locales include places like a toyroom, places covered in snow, or even places with bottomless pits. Some of these caves have a fixed layout, but other caves have layouts that change slightly whenever someone visits these caves again.
- Aside from the wildlife, various treasures can be found throughout the planet, including kitchen accessories, rubber ducks, and fruit that not only looks good, but are apparently delicious even though they've been sitting around for an extremely long time.
- Regarding these items, visitors to this planet are usually there to collect items to earn money or on occasion, get the fruits that lay there for the House of Food.
- Time functions strangely in this planet. At the very least, days tend to last between 13 to 20 minutes on the surface, but time usually doesn't pass in the dungeons due to powerful magnetic fields.
- That and the surface locations on the planet are locked to a certain season, rather than going through all of the seasons at once in each of the locations.
- A small section of the planet has been used in certain battles between certain gods. A different part of the planet is used as another arena as well.
Skaro, Planetary Seat of Bizarrely Named Planets
- Description: A barren wasteland with large amounts of radiation that is virtually uninhabitable to anyone who isn't a Dalek., with a number of Dalek cities located throughout the planet.
- Symbol: The Dalek City
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Theme Song: "The Dark and Endless Dalek Night"
- Portfolio: Where It All Began, Planet Full of Evil, Polluted Wasteland, Tends to Resemble Gravel Quarries In Wales, Crapsack World, Doomed Hometown, Death World
- Domain(s): Planets with bizarre names
- Similar Places: Holy Terra, Fenris
- Sacred to: Davros, Dalek Emperor, Dalek Time Controller, Dalek Caan, Dalek Sec (Formerly for the latter two)
- Unholy to: The Doctor, The Master, Rassilon, Omega
- A desolate, evil planet, it is only fitting that the xenophobic Daleks and their equally-insane creator, Davros, originated from a planet that is equally void of any redeeming qualities. It holds the distinction of the first alien planet from the Whoniverse shown onscreen, and has been the setting of many momentous adventures in the Doctor's long and varied life. And due to the Daleks being the archenemies of the Time Lords, it is unholy to Time Lords and anyone aligned with them. Generally, though, it's not a planet that other deities are welcome to visit.
- The Master was once executed on this planet, which has left him with a fear of it ever since. Oddly enough, this seemingly happened AFTER it was destroyed at the end of the Dalek Civil War, which as later events would prove, was the first shot in the Last Great Time War. There have been multiple explanations as to how it came back, but as with anything else in the Whoniverse, these accounts tend to contradict one another.
- Palpatine has shown interest in expanding to this planet, but when he sent Imperial Personnel to the planet proper, they were all easily and quickly killed by the Daleks, prompting Palpatine to lose any interest in the planet.
- The House of War has mixed feelings on this planet; some embrace it as a planet of war, completely ignoring the fact that was had severe consequences for the planet, while others are horrified at how war had affected the planet and those that are native to it.
- It was once home to the Kaled and Thal species, who were locked in war for one thousand years. This war left Skaro ravaged with radiation, forced the Kaleds and Thals to move into cities, with the Kaleds finding ways for them to survive. Eventually, Davros came along and created the Daleks, and everything went downhill from there. The Doctor was sent by the Time Lords to avert the creation of the Daleks, but refused to do so. This would later be acknowledged as one of the factors that led to the Last Great Time War between the Daleks and the Time Lords.
Tatooine, The Hated Hometown of the Gods
- Description: An arid, barely hospitable planet covered in a world-wide desert
- Symbol: Its two suns
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Crapsack World, Twin Sunset, Wretched Hive, All Desert All The Time, Recurring Location
- Domains: Deserts, Crime, Farming, Raids
- Sacred to: Jabba the Hutt, Blizz, the House of Crime
- Unholy to: Luke and Anakin Skywalker (former residents), Han Solo
- Similar locations: Satellite
- There are countless planets within the galaxy far far away, and one of the most influential has been Tatooine. There was the home world of Anakin Skywalker, his son Luke and the base of operations for the crime lord Jabba the Hutt. Despite its influence of the galaxy's history, it's one of the worst places you can end up. A planet of deserts, crime, gangsters and raiders, nobody who lives there has anything good to say about it.
- Not to be confused with Jakku, another desert planet. An easy way to differentiate the two is to check for the binary star system, which provide a rare moment of beauty on the planet at sunset.
- The planet is incredibly arid; only 1% of the surface has water, the rest is a desert in all directions, always. It's very similar to the House of Earth and Metal, which has a direct link to the planet. Crocodile has taken the most advantage of this through criminal dealings between the two locations.
- Though most gods hate Tatooine, it is really popular with the House of Crime. As an Outer Rim planet owned by Jabba the Hutt, outside the the Republic/Empire's general power, smugglers, thieves and general crime thrives here. You can usually find members of the House of Crime drink at the Mos Eisley bar, a wretched hive of scum and villainy.
- Ratchet is comfortable on the planet. He was stranded on a similar world, but grew to love and defend it.
- Speculated that the reason Luke was hid here is because Obi-Wan knew Vader would never want to return to his homeworld again, since otherwise it comes off as kind of stupid. Plus everyone knows how much he hates sand.
- Luke Skywalker once summarized Tatooine perfectly in one sentence:Luke: "Well, if there's a bright center to the universe, you're on the planet that it's farthest from."
The World of Pokémon
The World of Pokémon, Divine Setting Of Originally Being More Like The Real World
- Description: A world much like Earth, though dominated by Pokémon
- Symbol: A Poké Ball painted like the Earth
- Alignment: True Neutral, more inclined to good
- Portfolio: Mon, Earth Drift, Idealistic Settings, Regions Based On Real-Life Regions, Fictional Earth
- Domains: Monsters, Earth, Fighting, Harmony
- Sacred to: Everyone from here
- The world of Pokémon is a world much like our own. However, there's one major difference-the existence of Pokémon. These Benevolent Monsters have become an integral part of human culture since prehistoric times, some Pokémon even shaping the world itself. Those who wish to visit will get a warm welcoming of "Welcome to the world of Pokémon!".
- Used to be more like the real world, with reference to real-life places and real animals. Kanto is literally the same name as the Japanese region and shaped similarly. Over time it's been phased out and you'd be hard-pressed to find an actual animal due to how Pokémon dominate the ecosystem. Those studying the House of Beast are wondering just what happened to the animals in-universe, the most common theory that Pokémon have out-competed them.
- The regions of Pokémon are still pretty similar to real life regions and countries, for instance Kalos is based on and looks like Northern France. The overall government, on the other hand, is barely understood and the House of Leadership want to figure out just what government these regions actually have.
- Seen by some as the antithesis of Shin Megami Tensei, as the mons are friendly and the world is idealistic. With very rare exception, no Pokémon is truly evil and are more territorial. When it comes to humans, however, these two universes are similar in one respect: humans always have the higher potential for evil. Fortunately most humans aren't evil in Pokémon, even most villains have good qualities or reasons for their actions.
- Inhabitants want to keep the House of Monsters from entering the world of Pokémon with the obvious exception of Reuniclus. Traditional monsters aren't something they're familiar with. Some of the more evil monsters there like the Gremlin are disgusted by the nice nature of Pokémon. Fortunately there are some Benevolent Monsters there like Mike and Sulley who are happy to visit the world of Pokémon, and the world of Pokémon is happy to accept them.
Uranus, Planetary Seat Of Juvenile Astronomy Jokes (Sol VII, 34 Tauri, George's Star, Urectum)
- Description: An icy gas giant about 14.5 times more massive than Earth, with dark, nearly invisible rings
- Symbol: A circle with a dot in the center and an arrow pointing upwards from the top of said circle
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Celestial Fodder For Toilet Humor, Monumentally Massive Atmosphere, Made of Hydrogen, Helium and Methane Gases
- Domains: Gas, Ice, The Outer Solar System, Gravity, Astronomy, Toilet Humor
- Sacred to: Haruka Tenoh
- Unholy to: Captain Underpants
- During the 18th century, there was a problem with people's findings of astronomy; the orbit of Saturn was not as it should be. The best explanation was that there was unobserved planet that had gravitational influence on it. Though it was known somewhat before, William Herschel proved its existence as a planet on March 13, 1781. Between 2.7 and 3 billion kilometers from the Sun, Uranus was the first planet discovering through use of a telescope.
- The planet has become the buttnote of many a jokes, due to its common pronunciation of Ur-an-us being similar to "your anus". Having a noticeable amount of methane has only made it easier to crack jokes. Yoor-in-us is an alternative, but given that's similar to "urine"...yeah. They tried to end the joke in 2620 by renaming it Urectum, though if you remove the "u" it becomes even easier to make jokes out of.
- Why name it something that can be made fun of? Jupiter comes from Jove, king of the gods. Saturn comes from Saturnus, Jove's father. And Uranus is the father of Cronus(the Greek equivalent of Saturnus), and a right asshole in his own right. It's unclear why, like all the other planets asides from Earth, it wasn't named after the Roman version Caelus, though most agree it was a good call not naming it George's Star.
- Currently guarded by Haruka Tenoh, aka Sailor Uranus, who usually takes jokes about the planet with a scoff. By the 853rd century it's the home of that era's Starman. Some iterations fully give into the Toilet Humor, as it is where Captain Underpants foe the Talking Toilets come from. Shepard couldn't resist probing it.
- Uranus has some noticeable traits. For start, it is on a 97.77 degree orbit, meaning that day-night cycles are equivalent to summer-winter cycles, of which it takes 84 Earth years to go around the Sun. It is also very similar to the further planet Neptune, which was discovered under the same principle that led to its own discovery. Then there are the moons, one of which(Miranda) appears to have been broken and put back together by gravity.
- There exists some humanoid forms of the planet. A less humanoid variation is obsessed in getting more moons and is rather selfish. Lauren Faust' take on it is a female bookworm who's sick of the joke and The Perfectionist.