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Goddess

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2008-12-10 03:20:32 Merrik Bio Rendered virtually omniscient by the Infinity Gauntlet, Adam Warlock dispelled all good and evil from his form to operate purely logically. Warlock’s evil took the form of his old foe the Magus, while his good became the Goddess, incorporating much of his long-repressed feminine side. The Magus used five otherdimensional reality-altering Cosmic Containment Units and plotted conquering the universe, but the Goddess secretly stole them while he was distracted in battle. Gathering at least 15 more such Units and eventually forging them all into the immensely powerful Cosmic Egg, the Goddess secretly plotted to achieve universal rapture, which could only be done via the extinction of all life. While her Egg had limitations preventing it from accomplishing this, she discovered that the collective soul of the universe’s sentient beings could override this barrier. She first warped reality to incapacitate Warlock and the mad titan Thanos, whom she knew would oppose her, though they recovered soon after. Via the Egg, the Goddess blanketed Earth with her will, causing peaceful bliss among most. She communicated directly with religious super heroes (plus those with strong morals or having after-death experiences), enlisting them to her cause of universal beatitude, though she concealed her ultimate means of achieving this. She transported her followers to Paradise Omega, a planet she created opposite Earth around the sun. As her influence spread across Earth, the Fantastic Four’s Reed Richards sensed the energies and gathered many heroes to oppose this dissolution of free will. Following a meeting with Richards and his allies, the Goddess transported the Egg and herself to Paradise Omega’s molten core and began expanding her influence outward from Earth; the telepath Moondragon served as the Goddess’ field agent during her absence. The mischievous Pip the Troll teleported to the Egg and briefly usurped the Goddess’ control before being incapacitated by her hidden guardian, the New Warrior Silhouette. Warlock learned the Goddess’ intent from the cosmic Eternity and Infinity, then passed this knowledge and his Soul Gem to Thanos before sending his own soul into the Gem. Thanos joined Earth’s forces against the Goddess, but their progress towards victory proved too slow to prevent her influence from spreading across the universe. Meanwhile, however, Thanos had used the Gem to transfer Warlock’s soul into the Goddess herself. Warlock journeyed to the inner core of the Goddess’ psyche, but found the Egg’s supplemental power prevented his subverting her will. As the Goddess bypassed the Cosmic Egg’s safety limits, Warlock used his influence within the Goddess to access the Egg himself and cause the illusion of her goal occurring seconds before it would really happen. The universe’s suns seemingly went nova and all life perished, but when this illusion faded, the Goddess’ goal was made apparent. Her followers lost faith in her, fracturing the universal will, and preventing her from using the Egg’s full power. Still possessing the Egg’s inhibited but nonetheless immense power, the Goddess battled Warlock’s spirit and Thanos (the latter backed by Professor Charles Xavier’s telepathy). After much struggle, Warlock usurped control of the Egg from the distracted Goddess, and she was cast into the Soul Gem. As only a fragment of a whole being, the Goddess could not even communicate with the other souls present, except the similarly fragmentary Magus. Seeing him as the ultimate enemy, she attacked him, only to find ultimate frustration as they could not even touch each other. Thanos destroyed the Egg after using it to obliterate Paradise Omega. The Goddess is Adam Warlock's feminine side. After Warlock claimed The Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos, he expelled both good and evil from his being so that he could be guided by pure logic, clouded by no outside influences. Warlock's good side, made of his suppressed feminine side, went mad upon being released. She soon claimed the name Goddess, and was the catalyst from Marvel's 'The Infinity Crusade' saga.
2008-12-06 03:16:56 Merrik Bio The Goddess is Adam Warlock's feminine side. After Warlock claimed The Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos, he expelled both good and evil from his being so that he could be guided by pure logic, clouded by no outside influences. Warlock's good side, made of his suppressed feminine side, went mad upon being released. She soon claimed the name Goddess, and was the catalyst from Marvel's 'The Infinity Crusade' saga. Rendered virtually omniscient by the Infinity Gauntlet, Adam Warlock dispelled all good and evil from his form to operate purely logically. Warlock’s evil took the form of his old foe the Magus, while his good became the Goddess, incorporating much of his long-repressed feminine side. The Magus used five otherdimensional reality-altering Cosmic Containment Units and plotted conquering the universe, but the Goddess secretly stole them while he was distracted in battle. Gathering at least 15 more such Units and eventually forging them all into the immensely powerful Cosmic Egg, the Goddess secretly plotted to achieve universal rapture, which could only be done via the extinction of all life. While her Egg had limitations preventing it from accomplishing this, she discovered that the collective soul of the universe’s sentient beings could override this barrier. She first warped reality to incapacitate Warlock and the mad titan Thanos, whom she knew would oppose her, though they recovered soon after. Via the Egg, the Goddess blanketed Earth with her will, causing peaceful bliss among most. She communicated directly with religious super heroes (plus those with strong morals or having after-death experiences), enlisting them to her cause of universal beatitude, though she concealed her ultimate means of achieving this. She transported her followers to Paradise Omega, a planet she created opposite Earth around the sun. As her influence spread across Earth, the Fantastic Four’s Reed Richards sensed the energies and gathered many heroes to oppose this dissolution of free will. Following a meeting with Richards and his allies, the Goddess transported the Egg and herself to Paradise Omega’s molten core and began expanding her influence outward from Earth; the telepath Moondragon served as the Goddess’ field agent during her absence. The mischievous Pip the Troll teleported to the Egg and briefly usurped the Goddess’ control before being incapacitated by her hidden guardian, the New Warrior Silhouette. Warlock learned the Goddess’ intent from the cosmic Eternity and Infinity, then passed this knowledge and his Soul Gem to Thanos before sending his own soul into the Gem. Thanos joined Earth’s forces against the Goddess, but their progress towards victory proved too slow to prevent her influence from spreading across the universe. Meanwhile, however, Thanos had used the Gem to transfer Warlock’s soul into the Goddess herself. Warlock journeyed to the inner core of the Goddess’ psyche, but found the Egg’s supplemental power prevented his subverting her will. As the Goddess bypassed the Cosmic Egg’s safety limits, Warlock used his influence within the Goddess to access the Egg himself and cause the illusion of her goal occurring seconds before it would really happen. The universe’s suns seemingly went nova and all life perished, but when this illusion faded, the Goddess’ goal was made apparent. Her followers lost faith in her, fracturing the universal will, and preventing her from using the Egg’s full power. Still possessing the Egg’s inhibited but nonetheless immense power, the Goddess battled Warlock’s spirit and Thanos (the latter backed by Professor Charles Xavier’s telepathy). After much struggle, Warlock usurped control of the Egg from the distracted Goddess, and she was cast into the Soul Gem. As only a fragment of a whole being, the Goddess could not even communicate with the other souls present, except the similarly fragmentary Magus. Seeing him as the ultimate enemy, she attacked him, only to find ultimate frustration as they could not even touch each other. Thanos destroyed the Egg after using it to obliterate Paradise Omega.
2006-12-29 23:03:49 Merrik New Character


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