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RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 from New Zealand
May 26th 2019 at 10:31:16 PM

The Chupacabra from fasoman. What should I add?

The Chupacabra (Chupacabras, El Chupacabra, "Goat Sucker", "The Moca Vampire")
Artistic Rendition of the Chupacabra.
  • Adopted from: fasoman1996
  • Potential House: Monsters
  • Lesser Deity
  • Symbol: Bite marks on a goat
  • Alignment: Unknown. Thought to be Chaotic Neutral or Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Urban Legends, Our Cryptids Are More Mysterious, Targets and eats animal livestock, Vampiric Creatures Combined With Modern UFO Mythology, Spell My Name with an "S"
  • Domains: Myths, Creatures, Folklore, Hunting, Mystery
  • Investigated by: The Men In Black, The SCP Foundation
  • Interests: Jabba the Hutt, the House of Extraterrestrials, Scarface (Predator)
  • Allies: Dag, Wile E Coyote, Remilia Scarlet
  • On good terms with: The House of Vampires
  • Enemies: The Farmer, Otis, Miltank, Okkoto-nushi, Babe (really any livestock deity, herder or farmer), John Marston, The Hunter (Bloodborne), the Monster Hunter, Deadpool, The Fantastic Four, Dib Membrane, Brock Samson
  • Commonality Connection with: Sableye
  • A cryptid and mythical creature from Latin American folklore, the Chupacabras is said to be a creature of rare or possibly alien origin who attacks and mutilates cattle and later drinking their blood. Its first sighting having been made in Puerto Rico, the legend of the Chupacabra spread throughout the rest of Latin America and even the world, with countless sightings and dead animals wherever it went. Now it roams the darkest halls of the pantheon, having found the perfect opportunity to continue to stalk and feed on animals.
  • It first entered the picture after sneaking into the Farmer's residence and mutilating some of his cattle. The Farmer found out about it and quickly alerted the authorities, who quickly acted and after an intense search, they were able to locate the creature and capture it.
  • The creature's true nature is under investigation by both the Men in Black and the SCP Foundation, as it has traits of cryptids and alien beings. As far as they can deduce, it's more of a fantastic animal than a serious threat. For now, their conclusion is that it's best to leave the Chupacabra be, increase security at any farm and leave out some spare sheep and cows so it can have a meal without bothering people. They consider it low on the cryptid tier list.
  • Initially the SCP Foundation believed that it was related to SCP-2636, or Potrix caprarum sapiens, thought to be the last of its kind. However the Chupacabra in the pantheon doesn't show that specimen's level of intelligence, and they have come to the conclusion that the different interpretations of the creature are different species in the genus of Chupacabra in general.
  • Due to the creature's habit of targeting animal livestock, bovine, porcine and sheep deities stay away from it. The various farmers in the pantheon want the thing out of their sight, so monster hunters have been hired to get rid of it. Scarface took up the job because he heard the Chupacabra was a troublesome creature and wants to try and hunt it for the challenge.
  • Usually hunts alone, and its animalistic nature prevents it from having many allies. Dag took a liking to the creature, as did Wile E Coyote, and wants the creature's help whenever they hunt. It's believed that the Chupacabra sensed some sort of kinship with them, since wild coyotes have a habit of taking livestock and bothering farmers because of that.
  • The House of Vampires consider the Chupacabra to be a Team Pet. Even Count Orlock likes to see it as the sub-house's pet, and they feed it a freshly killed goat like some sort of cat. Sometimes the scent(or stench according to most) of the House of Blood & Gore attracts the Chupacabra, where it drinks the blood present. It prefers livestock rather than a purely liquid diet, though.
  • Due to its UFO associations, the House of Extraterrestrials were interested in the Chupacabra and have let it wander around so they may study its behavior. Jabba the Hutt finds it an amusing creature and wants to make it a second Salacious Crumb. Some have compared it to Sableye, due to the inspiration for the Pokemon(the Hopkins Goblin) being a mysterious alien goblin, combining fair folk and extraterrestrial traits.
  • Remilia keeps it as a pet. She thought it was a tupai, but even after discovering the truth still thinks it's cute. Bizarro thought he had a pet chupacabra that he called Collin, but it turned out to be a Green Lantern. He wants to make the Chupacabra in the pantheon his pet.
  • The Winchesters consider hunting after chupacabras a waste of their time. Deadpool does not, and he once fought a bunch of chupacabras who stole a goat named Bella. The Fantastic Four also dealt with the Chupacabra, and Brock Samson killed one that tried to attack . Billy had one latch onto his nose, but being Billy treated it as a pet.

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nightelf37 The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker from Hadithi (it's Swahili for 'story') Relationship Status: Brony
The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker
May 26th 2019 at 10:52:47 PM

Same Nightwings question from last page. And a new one.

Anyone who worked as a smuggler to raise a family member while hiding that profession from them?

And who's that Goddess who represents the protection of orphanages again?

EDIT: Never mind. Found her. But any other such deities?

Edited by nightelf37 on May 28th 2019 at 3:53:29 AM

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RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 from New Zealand
May 26th 2019 at 11:20:22 PM

Piercing Weapons: A Weapons sub-house, to help alleviate space (I heard Weaponized Objects is getting too big). Weapons meant to pierce, to stab, to shank and spike. Includes Poseidon, Simon the Digger (Greater), Cu Chulain (Intermediate), Ana Amari, Lester, Messala, Nathan Spencer, Thresh, Zenia Valov (Lesser), Banzai (Demigod). Are there others who would fit under this? Do you guys have your own idea of solving the Weaponized Objects being too big?

Representing New Zealand, TV Tropes addict
May 27th 2019 at 2:00:43 AM

[up][up][up][tup] for the Chupacabra.

@Louisent31 Regarding Nikola Tesla, I think that Reluctant Mad Scientist and/or No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup works well for him.

The former because, in spite making (or allegedly making) various potentially deadly devices, he was always well-intentioned about their intended use.

The latter fits because he did most of his work either in his head or directly tinkering with a single functional prototype until reaching the final design, which he then dismantled and cannibalized for his next project. He also invoked this intentionally in some of his work, as he was extremely paranoid, especially towards the end of his life. He said that his office had been ransacked during this time by persons unknown looking for notes or blueprints, but that they couldn't have gotten any because his plans had never been written down.

[down] I don't mind him getting the latter.

[down][down]He's a good candidate.

[down][down][down][tup] for Dragon and Melman.

Edited by TheWikiaEditor on May 27th 2019 at 3:25:07 AM

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May 27th 2019 at 2:19:21 AM

[up]Either of them works for him, but I want to choose the former. But I want to see if the other tropers have that trope already and/or have better candidates in mind, then I'll choose the latter.

Edit: I might as well choose the latter (although that depends if somebody has a better candidate in mind so I'll stop making him).

RJ: [tup] for Chubacabra. Also, make a sub-house if there is a red warning already.

Edited by louisent31 on May 27th 2019 at 5:33:52 PM

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May 27th 2019 at 2:26:51 AM

[up][up] Huh, I thought Reluctant Mad Scientst was given to Dr. Cossack. I'd actually prefer that to Disc-One Final Boss.

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RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 from New Zealand
May 27th 2019 at 2:55:59 AM

[up] That's a good idea, but get the consensus if Reluctant Mad Scientist really isn't taken, then you may change

Got a couple of Dreamworks ideas. What do you think?

Edited by RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 on May 27th 2019 at 10:09:08 PM

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nightelf37 The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker from Hadithi (it's Swahili for 'story') Relationship Status: Brony
The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker
May 27th 2019 at 3:14:57 AM

[tup] for Melman and Dragon.

@Dr. Cossack: I say you should find a better candidate for Disc-One Final Boss first before moving him over.

Edited by nightelf37 on May 27th 2019 at 10:49:03 PM

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louisent31 HE'S JUST SO BEAUTIFUL from Chaldea Relationship Status: I <3 love!
May 27th 2019 at 3:24:08 AM

Reluctant Mad Scientist isn't taken. He can have it.

[up][up][tup] for both.

Edited by louisent31 on May 27th 2019 at 6:54:09 PM

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AjWargo Lord Barglebroth, Come For Your Souls! from Westfeild, New Jersey
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May 27th 2019 at 6:32:46 AM

[up][up][up]Since when did Melman have a last name?

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louisent31 HE'S JUST SO BEAUTIFUL from Chaldea Relationship Status: I <3 love!
May 27th 2019 at 7:33:42 AM

Question, does Tesla fot Tesla Tech Timeline overall, like, does the real one fit the trope?

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fasoman1996 Sup from Argentina (A.K.A. Naziland) Relationship Status: Baby don't hurt me!
May 27th 2019 at 7:50:46 AM

Well, it took a while (Thanks internet) but i think Kronika is done.

Since this is a joint profile, i think Roku isn't really allowed to approve it.

"I have been expecting you."

Kronika, Holy Titaness of Repeatedly Killing And Reviving Fallen Foes (The Keeper of Time, The Guide to the Realms' Destinies, Architect of the Destiny of the Universe, The God of Gods)
  • Potential Houses: Methods of Killing
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: Her Hourglass and Crown
  • Boss Leitmotif: Kronika's Hourglass
  • Alignment: Claims to be Lawful Neutral but is Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: The 1st Female Big Bad Of The Series Who Actually Achieved Her Goal Of Resetting The Timeline, Bald of Evil, Been There, Shaped History, Benevolent Boss, Dark Action Girl, Gold and White Are Divine, It's All About Me, It Runs in the Family, Lack of Empathy, Light Is Not Good, Mad Goddess, Manipulative Bastard, No Nonsense Villainess, Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist, Order Is Not Good. Smug Super, Time Master
  • Domains: Godhood, Family, History, Time, The New Era
  • Followers: The Sisters Of Fate (God Of War)
  • Special Relationships: Shinnok (her son)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: YHVH, Mithra (Shinza Bansho)
  • Enemies:
  • Opposed By: The Pantheonic Time Police, including Setsuna 'Sailor Pluto' Meioh, The Doctor, Trunks and Chronoa, Lightning
  • Distaff Counterpart of: Chronos
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Caius Ballard
  • Banned From Entering: The House Of Treasures
  • Meet Kronika, the Keeper of Time, and mother to Shinnok. She is is the entity in charge of overseeing the timelines. After Raiden managed to prevent Armageddon and later decapitating Shinnok, Kronika decided to take a more direct approach and merge the timelines to create a new one, where the thunder god no longer exists and her children dictate the balance of Good and Evil. 
  • She ascended after she got defeated by Liu Kang, not before she restarted the timeline. Her ascension heralded a new change for the deities of her universe, one because her manipulation of time and restarting of the timelines affected the deities and indirectly caused Raiden and Liu Kang to reconcile and right the wrongs they once commited. After hearing of this, she decided to take matters into her own hand and enter the pantheon on her own.
  • With Kronika's ascension, her keep also serves as a temple. Thankfully, one does not have to cross the Sea of Blood in order to reach it. Inside the keep, is the Sands of Time, inside a massive hourglass. With the ability to control time at ones fingertips along with instant immortality, it is a tempting target for anyone wanting to change their destiny.
  • Kronika also has a rather bad habit of erasing and rebuilding the timeline as she sees fit. Whenever a timeline does not meet her standards, she destroys it and starts anew. After having met several members of GUAL, she decided that an universe without free will would definitely be the one that indeed meets her expectations. Her and YHVH have a form of back and forth and the fact that her versions of the universe she seeks has Shinnok as one of it's pillars is something that YHVH can't quite understand why would she support and that puts the two at odds with the other.
    • In a similar case, she and Mithra have a lot in common and her law and morality does certainly mirror Kronika's goals, with the difference Mithra's are a lot more Black and White. It helps that both parties are interested in the Hourglass and the Throne respectively and have made attempts to negotiate a partnership but the best either can achieve is a Friendly Rivalry.
  • Some say that Kronika is a Primordial, while others say she is a Titan. Either way, she is high up on the pecking order of gods, being above even the Elder Gods that oversee the realms. Two of her children are also Elder Gods; the goddess Cetrion and the fallen Elder God whom Raiden decapitated.
    • And if you are wondering, what is exactly a Titan? The role of them in her universe are vastly different. Kronika herself resembles the Greek Titans and Primordials like Gaea or Cronus while others have stated that there are much ancient titans resembleing alien gods or Eldritch Abominations. She's been often compared to Chronos, the Primordial of time and also known as the Keeper of Time, akin to a Spear Counterpart of her.
  • As for Shinnok, he was shocked to discover Kronika waiting for him inside his temple. Shinnok received her with all the honors of her station. Yes, even a genocidal Elder God like Shinnok have a soft spot for dear old Mom. Some wonder why she never even bothered to fix her son once he was decapitated, given that was the catalyst that made her decide to restart the timeline but Shinnok believes she had her own reasons.
  • As usual, Zamasu was quick to tear apart Kronika's motivations and deem them below him, denouncing the Keeper of Time as another incompetent deity. But unlike others who would get on the Kai's bad side, she approached him with an offer that would realize Zamasu's world. Kronika promises that if he would aid her, he would become a third wheel in the New Era, where his law and justice are absolute and a force of it's own, where mortal cannot taint it with their foulness. In an uncharacteristic display of pragmatism, the Kai would accept Kronika's conditions, that way she could probably help him fend off the higher powers that have been wanting to take Zamasu down.
  • Kronika's ascension has gained the attention of the deities in the House of Time & Space , especially Setsuna Meioh. Even more so when Kronika's ascension meant that Setsuna's visions of Crystal Tokyo are now in jeporady.
    • Aside from Setsuna, the Pantheonic Time Police has been alerted and warned by Raiden of Kronika's actions regarding the timeline. Now, they watch Kronika's every move, planning on coming down on her hard if she steps out of line. Other than Setsuna, Trunks and Chronoa have been the ones that were the most bothered by Kronika's actions, not helping she allied herself with Zamasu. In turn, Kronika thinks Chronoa is a lame excuse of a time keeper and that Trunks' defiance reminds her of Liu Kang.
    • Speaking of the House of Time & Space, Kronika's antics had gotten some unwanted attention in the form of The Dahaka. If there is one thing that pisses of The Dahaka, is when someone screws with the flow of time and it doesn't help that this was done by someone who knows full well how changing time can mess with the flow of things. Not only that, but the fact that this isn't the first she has messed with the timelines made her a prime target for the Dahaka, even if Kronika outranks him in power.
  • Kronika's goals is to have both Shinnok and Cetrion fight it out with their respective armies, thus in her mind, keeping the balance between the realms (or as Albert Wesker had infamously put it as "separating the chaff from the wheat."). This is also why she is so interested in Galeem and Dharkon, two beings of order and chaos who have kept waging war against each other, that is what a balanced universe would be to Kronika. She relates towards Galeem a bit than to his darker counterpart, mostly because his perfect world and goals lean closer to what Kronika has been trying to achieve and so he swayed the angelic being to her side with the posibility of freeing him from his temple. She did the same with Dharkon, by promising a world consumed by darkness and appointed Noob Saibot to Dharkon as proof of what she implied.
  • Kronika once attempted to reset the timelines of both the Marvel and DC Universes. Only with a joint intervention from the One Above All and The Presence stopped her from doing so. Last thing Kronika needs is to invoke the ire from the Main House.
    • Ironically enough, her successful attempt in resetting the timeline has earned her an admirer in Thanos. Her genocidal tendencies not only gave him a run for his money, but also made Kronika a rival to his Lady Death.
  • Kronika made enemies with Kitty Pryde due in part to Kitty being the current owner of The Black Vortex. Think about it for a second: a Titan who is a Time Master getting her hands on a relic that can instantly make a person into a cosmic being? One that could potentially threaten the entire Pantheon? It's one of the main reasons why Kronika is banned from entering the House of Treasures. Not to say that Cetrion or Geras can try once Kronika clears their ascension...
  • Even if she ultimately uses her children to further her own goals, she does still care for them. Having caught wind of what happened to Shinnok after he failed to acquire a device he was looking for thanks to being foiled by intervention of Rachel Alucard, Kronika made her goal to take revenge on those that wronged Shinnok. First by sending Geras after the Occult Research Club (Details suggest that, even if he was defeated, he did leave a strong impression on the group after he seriously injured a couple of the members) and personally introducing herself to Rachel. While at first unfazed, Kronika was definitely someone to not be messed with and so Rachel sought Raiden to tell him what happened.
  • The Vex are a race that both intrigue and disgust her. By nature, the can exist outside time, meaning some of her time manipulation doesn't work on them but their desire to rule over existence goes against the balance she wants to achieve. That and they barely care for anything that she can offer them, so instead of swaying them to her side she tried to get Frost, Sektor and the rest of the Tekunin to defeat them and bring some of their tech to her to see what can they use. Needless to say, the Vex were not thrilled after the Tekunin attempted to rob them.
  • While most of the primordials and titans are either antagonistic or indifferent towards them, she and Nox are actually on friendly terms. This stems mostly from both being the Truly Single Parent of gods, with their respective children having some similarities. However, Nox cares little for Kronika's goals and would rather not get involved, but outside of that she is not at all bothered by her
  • "Your life, your name. They will be wiped from history! Come. It is time... to die!"

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louisent31 HE'S JUST SO BEAUTIFUL from Chaldea Relationship Status: I <3 love!
May 27th 2019 at 7:59:30 AM

[up][up][up]The real one doesn't fit.

Gacha Is A Lie.
May 27th 2019 at 8:00:40 AM


[up][up]I don't think that Tesla Tech Timeline works for him since the real Tesla obviously never achieved that level of success. I personally think the protagonist of Close to the Sun would be a better candidate, or at least the Tesla of that world. I think it's better to just give him No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup.

Edited by TheWikiaEditor on May 27th 2019 at 8:01:55 AM

RokuAlhazared The Emperor Of Darkness
The Emperor Of Darkness
May 27th 2019 at 8:24:23 AM

@Kronika: Time Manipulation could be a secondary House for her, as she does rewind time after killing you each time.

The One Who Crosses The Sky In Flames
May 27th 2019 at 8:31:37 AM

What does Beating A Dead Player even have to do with manipulating time in the long run other than that's what her fatality does?

I guess one more thing to say about Kronika is I've wondered why she is allies with Dialga. To me, it doesn't seem like the two would get along with each other that well.

As for Melman, I've said it before, but I'd prefer it if there was a trope for him and the other Madagascar protagonists to share.

The closest trope I can find for the quartet is Raised In Captivity. They are a group of wild animals raised inside a zoo and end up back in the African wilderness.

Edited by r-lock256 on May 27th 2019 at 8:37:57 AM

nightelf37 The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker from Hadithi (it's Swahili for 'story') Relationship Status: Brony
The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker
May 27th 2019 at 8:41:02 AM

[up] [tup]for that trope for the quartet.

Edited by nightelf37 on May 27th 2019 at 11:41:20 PM

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fasoman1996 Sup from Argentina (A.K.A. Naziland) Relationship Status: Baby don't hurt me!
May 27th 2019 at 8:42:39 AM

I removed the Time and Space house since, like R-lock said, her trope has nothing to do with time manipulation

[up][up] As for your question, i don't know, ask Roku about that one. There is a couple that just appeared and Roku had nothing to do with those so i might remove some characters listed that i don't know how they would even interact.

I also interpreted Kronika as a Truly Single Parent, but maybe Cetrion and Shinnok do have a dad.

Edited by fasoman1996 on May 27th 2019 at 12:42:51 PM

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May 27th 2019 at 8:43:25 AM

@R-lock: I'd much rather have the four take Raised In Captivity than have each member take up another trope.

Edited by WeirdWarrior on May 27th 2019 at 11:43:56 AM

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yugi195 Lex Luthor from Lexcorp Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
Lex Luthor
May 27th 2019 at 9:00:17 AM

Repost of Exodia.

Exodia, God of Instant Win Conditions (The Forbidden One)
Click here to see the pieces 
  • House: Unchanged (Game Mechanics)
  • [tup]: 1 (TheWikiaEditor)
  • Quasideity when sealed, Overdeity when unsealed
  • Symbol: The five cards of Exodia placed together.
  • Theme: Exodia's theme
  • Alignment: True Neutral by nature, his Alignment changes depending on who's controlling him
  • Portfolio: Instant-Win Condition Once Assembled, Non-Standard Game Over, Chained by Fashion, The Juggernaut, Powerful Cards, Power Equals Rarity, Having Separate Body Parts that can Operate Independently (Including his Head), Godzilla Threshold, Named after the Book of Exodus, Sealed Evil in a Six Pack, DARK-attribute monster, Being Turned into a Zombie-Like Form
  • Domains: Victory, Power, Games
  • Followers: Some Magic: The Gathering Players
  • Allies: Both Yami Yugi and Yugi Muto, Katsuya Jonouchi/Joey Wheeler, Yubel, Osiris
  • Odd Friendship with: Kuriboh, Stan Marsh
  • Enemies: Gozaburo Kaiba, Nekron, Eric Cartman
  • Opposes: The Houses of Water & Moisture and Insects
  • Opposed by: Seto Kaiba
  • Respected by: the House of Luck and Fortune, especially in Luckiness
  • Feared by: All ascended Yu-Gi-Oh! duelists
  • While visiting Atlantica, Misty's Gyarados found three cards drifting in the water. Upon bringing the three cards to its trainer, Misty was surprised when she reported the discovery and learned that these cards were in fact Exodia cards. A combination of detective work and assistance from the House of Time and Space confirmed that they were indeed three of the five Exodia pieces that were wielded by Yugi Muto, having somehow made their way to the underwater kingdom after they were thrown into the ocean by a rival duelist and thought forever lost. While it may never be known how the cards came to be there, it doesn't change that both the Yugis were delighted to be able reunite them with the two he still possessed. They've been working to incorporate them into a deck with the Egyptian Gods, a combination that would undoubtedly be a daunting force. So far it's proven a challenging task, and in the meantime, Yami uses the Egyptian Gods while Yugi uses Exodia.
    • Katsuya Jonouchi was happy to be the one to deliver the cards to Yugi. When the cards were thrown off the ship, he jumped overboard to try and save them, but only managed to save two cards, so he's glad that his efforts didn't go completely to waste. So long as Yugi has them, there's no chance they'll be used against him like Seeker did in Battle City.
    • Who wasn't happy about seeing their return was Seto Kaiba, for whom the set of cards has become a sore point ever since Yugi first used them to defeat him. He has refused to comment on this, but shouting has been reportedly heard from outside his office ("AAAH! EXODIA!! IT'S NOT POSSIBLE!"), though he insists this is just a rumor. This has caused him to put any plans for a duel with Yugi on hold as he prepares his deck (not that Yugi was too keen on another duel, anyway). Gozaburo, who had made use of Exodia in his duel against Seto, was somewhat pleased to hear the cards had been found... until Exodia made it clear that being turned into the zombie-like Exodia Necross is not a pleasant experience. This has lead to a hostility towards Nekron for similar reasons.
  • When Exodia is whole in a player's hands, the seal binding him breaks, and nothing can save their opponent from crushing defeat. Whether against world rending eldritch abominations or almighty gods, the most supreme spells or the most well-placed traps, when Exodia is complete, his player wins instantly. Zorc Necrophades is the only soul known to have directly beat him, although in that case Exodia was limited to drawing his power from the limited energy of a single mortal. In his unsealed, complete form, his power and energy is limitless. Every duelist gets tense at the idea of facing off against the infinite force of Exodia.
  • According to Fi, the chances of drawing all five cards of Exodia in a given player's starting hand (assuming the deck uses the minimum 40 card limit) is precisely 0.000151973%note . The House of Luck and Fortune was left awestruck at these odds, and anyone who manages to legitimately achieve this is automatically awarded with a plaque in Luckiness, and Yugi allows anyone who asks nicely to try for the honor. Among the first to ask was Eric Cartman, who immediately stole Yugi's deck with the Exodia cards when he was (politely) denied, prompting Stan Marsh to be the first in the Pantheon to pull off the accomplishment to beat Eric in a game, winning it back.
  • Outside of obligatory circumstances, Exodia's full power remains sealed, and the cards he's sealed within are kept safe with Yugi. However, as with all card spirits in the Pantheon, pantheonic magic allows his spirit to roam the Pantheon outside his cards, but in a weakened state.
    • As fellow card spirits, he has gotten along with Kuriboh, Dark Magician Girl and Yubel. Kuriboh and Dark Magician Girl are both established cards in Yugi's deck (although the Pantheon is where he first met the latter, as she didn't get added until after Duelist Kingdom), and Yubel has been known to use decks themed around him and his variants. His friendship with Kuriboh is amusing considering that when unsealed he's one of the strongest monsters in all the game, while Kuriboh is among the weakest.
  • Feels a strong kinship with Osiris (The actual Egyptian god, not the Sky Dragon), who, after he was torn to pieces by his brother Set, was reassembled and restored by his wife, Isis. Rarely does Exodia identify with a story well enough for it to move him to tears, but that did it.
  • As his cards had been drifting in the sea for an unknown amount of time, it does not come off as a surprise to many that Exodia is a little unhappy about it. As a result, Exodia isn't exactly fond of water, creating a natural aversion the House of Water & Moisture. As the duelist who threw the cards into the sea is known to use an insect themed deck, the House of Insects has earned some of Exodia's ire.

Edited by yugi195 on May 27th 2019 at 11:00:53 AM

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nightelf37 The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker from Hadithi (it's Swahili for 'story') Relationship Status: Brony
The Keyblade, Mermaid, and Pony Seeker
May 27th 2019 at 9:03:21 AM

[tup] for Exodia

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fasoman1996 Sup from Argentina (A.K.A. Naziland) Relationship Status: Baby don't hurt me!
May 27th 2019 at 9:04:09 AM

[up][up] Wondering if there is a picture that show his legs.

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yugi195 Lex Luthor from Lexcorp Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
Lex Luthor
May 27th 2019 at 9:09:21 AM

[up] I've looked, but I don't think there is. Even the card that's supposed to represent his completed form doesn't show his legs.

Edited by yugi195 on May 27th 2019 at 11:12:22 AM

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