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War of the Gods

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2006-10-30 20:49:45 Skyhawke Notes ALL OVER THE WORLD, the ancient gods suddenly seem bent on destroying the Earth and each other. While the gods of the Roman and Greek mythologies wage war against each other, gods from the Egyptian, African, Norse, Babylonian and Thanagarian pantheons do their worst to our heroes as they try to re-create the world in their own images. The cause of this sudden clash of gods is Circe, an immortal sorceress whose goal is the destruction of the Earth goddess Gaia. Realizing that her enemy, Wonder Woman, might interfere with her plans, Circe arranges for her kidnapping and transport to New Olympus, where she must defend her Greek patrons against the Roman gods' champion, Captain Marvel. While the heroes deal with the chaos kicked up by the warring deities, Black Adam, Captain Marvel's archenemy, recruits the Suicide Squad to help him launch an attack on Circe's fortress. She escapes to Paradise Island, where she kills Wonder Woman, and Olympus appears next to Earth in its own dimension, threatening to destroy all of existence. The heroes try to convince the gods to lay down their arms and join them in facing the true enemy manipulating them all. With Captain Marvel freed from his Roman masters' influence and Wonder Woman brought back to life, Gaia regains her strength, and the War of the Gods is finished. All over the world, the ancient gods suddenly seem bent on destroying the Earth and each other. While the gods of the Roman and Greek mythologies wage war against each other, gods from the Egyptian, African, Norse, Babylonian and Thanagarian pantheons do their worst to our heroes as they try to re-create the world in their own images. The cause of this sudden clash of gods is Circe, an immortal sorceress whose goal is the destruction of the Earth goddess Gaia. Realizing that her enemy, Wonder Woman, might interfere with her plans, Circe arranges for her kidnapping and transport to New Olympus, where she must defend her Greek patrons against the Roman gods' champion, Captain Marvel. While the heroes deal with the chaos kicked up by the warring deities, Black Adam, Captain Marvel's archenemy, recruits the Suicide Squad to help him launch an attack on Circe's fortress. She escapes to Paradise Island, where she kills Wonder Woman, and Olympus appears next to Earth in its own dimension, threatening to destroy all of existence. The heroes try to convince the gods to lay down their arms and join them in facing the true enemy manipulating them all. With Captain Marvel freed from his Roman masters' influence and Wonder Woman brought back to life, Gaia regains her strength, and the War of the Gods is finished.
2006-10-30 20:36:34 Skyhawke Notes ALL OVER THE WORLD, the ancient gods suddenly seem bent on destroying the Earth and each other. While the gods of the Roman and Greek mythologies wage war against each other, gods from the Egyptian, African, Norse, Babylonian and Thanagarian pantheons do their worst to our heroes as they try to re-create the world in their own images. The cause of this sudden clash of gods is Circe, an immortal sorceress whose goal is the destruction of the Earth goddess Gaia. Realizing that her enemy, Wonder Woman, might interfere with her plans, Circe arranges for her kidnapping and transport to New Olympus, where she must defend her Greek patrons against the Roman gods' champion, Captain Marvel. While the heroes deal with the chaos kicked up by the warring deities, Black Adam, Captain Marvel's archenemy, recruits the Suicide Squad to help him launch an attack on Circe's fortress. She escapes to Paradise Island, where she kills Wonder Woman, and Olympus appears next to Earth in its own dimension, threatening to destroy all of existence. The heroes try to convince the gods to lay down their arms and join them in facing the true enemy manipulating them all. With Captain Marvel freed from his Roman masters' influence and Wonder Woman brought back to life, Gaia regains her strength, and the War of the Gods is finished.


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