WIP (no I haven't forgotten everything else I made I promise, this is something I've had in the bag for a while and decided to post bits of now)
The Supergods hold a pretty special place to me as they were the first V&D entities I read about and my first art for V&D was of the insignia of the Council (yes I know that is bad but I think it's somewhat better than what it used to be). The Supergods will always be one of my favourite entity groups on V&D. However, I do have to agree that the pages for the Councilgods aren't all that great. The images for the Supergods are literally just the same image over and over recoloured and the descriptions give off zero personality and pretty much all go
Supremus Dickus' power is beyond comprehension, seeing as he took a big impressive shit the size of twelve monocosms all while fucking Hyperman and his cow girlfriend.
Supremus Dickus is the 69th member of The Supergod Council, and the creator/knower of all forms of pornography.
but replace the name and immature jokes as necessary.
So, I think it should be alright for me to make my own versions of the Supergods with my own (possibly shit) versions of the characters, with my own (shit) art, and my own stories to accompany. Now, this isn't really meant to be a rewrite or supplement for Tony's version of the gods (or Scoot's or whoever's if he ends up rewriting them like he did Venrensorys) so much as it is a reinterpretation of the Gods that won't be become the "official" version of the Gods. Having around multiple versions of the same characters isn't something unique to V&D. I think a reconciliation would be "Tony and Cheetahs' versions of the Supergods live in different Transcendentem Continua/Altarcae/ω+5-verses/whatever".
So these versions of the Supergods consist of what's basically just the post-omniversal equivalent of five "kids" and their grieving "father" who had to continue the legacy of the Council that was formed many ages ago to stabilize their home Beyond bubble. Their bubble was recently devastated by a Beyond bubble mass collapse that said father and his five kids were the sole survivors of. Two of the few artifacts that were not destroyed were the former Council's large bot and the former Council's jail dimension for "bad guys". The bot is split into six sections (each Councilgod controls a section), runs on the omnipotent’s trosinium jewels, and can “add up omnipotences” on the “omnipotence” hierarchy (the users are supposed to be "omnipotent^3", so the maximum “omnipotence” the machine can support is 18). However, the bot is unstable from the collapse, and turning it on and dialing the power too high can cause mass monocosmal instability. The jail dimension thingy was also affected by the collapse by being severely corrupted beyond repair in an oh-so-convenient means unnoticeable to omniscient^3 or omnipotent^3 entities.
Anyway, the father's supposed to be Conceptilum, his five kids the other guys (Paradoxus, Logixel, Unthil, Realitus, and Imaginatim), the bot is supposed to be Hellen, and the jail is supposed to be Kalyubi.
Below is a list of similarities to and differences from Tony's Supergod council.
Similarities and Differences
(may not be exhaustive)
Similarities to Tony's version
- Conceptilum retains omnipotence^3 (O^3) and Unthil retains omniscience^3. In my version, Unthil's smarts are a gift passed down from his mother.
- There are six Councilgods.
- The ultimate goal of the SuperGods is supposed to be maintaining order and balance within their Beyond Bubble.
Differences from Tony's version
- "SuperGod", not "Supergod". Pretty minor difference if you ask me but one nonetheless.
- Rather than the other SuperGods being created by just Conceptilum, they were created by both Conceptilum and another SuperGod I'm calling "Matharin" for now.
- There was a former Council that had two omniscient^3 entities (which I'll call the "Original Council") that Conceptilum and his partner Matharin was a part of.
- Tony's versions have the O^3 Conceptilum's creations as supposed to be O^2 and Hellensoerensenbensengenglenbenwhateveren as supposed to be O^10. Here, all Councilgods have had to be O^3 but ever since the mass Beyond bubble collapse, Conceptilum was forced to make his five O^2 children Councilgods early to maintain the balance of their home. This will definitely end very well for them. Hellen is also O^18 at full power. I guess that means Venrensorys has to be O^18 to make up for that but Venrensorys' omnipotence level is not the point of the character so I can do whatever I want regarding that.
- Hellen is not really a literal fusion of the Councilgods but a powerful "bot" that adds up their users' strength.
- The power of the SuperGods isn’t really “beyond comprehension” (well, I guess they’re kind of like as “beyond comprehension” as a quintillion dimensional object is beyond human comprehension. Sure they can’t really understand the object visually nor can they picture the number of dimensions very well, but they can comprehend properties of the object just fine after a bit of study.). Rather, it’s closer to every omnipotent^1 who are aware of them are unaware of their full potential, legends told among the monocosms state that the power of the SuperGods is beyond comprehension, and most of those who do understand the power somewhat would much rather not be erased.
- The SuperGods are not all copypastes of one another. I'm referring to both their personalities and intended designs by the way. Anyway, if I had to summarize their traits, I'd probably say "capable and tough but aggressive and vicious" for Paradoxus, "compassionate and thoughtful but fearful and feeble", for Logixel, "knowledgeable and gifted but snide and cynical" for Unthil, "wise and kind but stressed and can get irrational" for Conceptilum, "smart and dutiful but uppity and prideful" for Realitus, and "creative and curious but naïve and ditzy" for Imaginatim. I think one possible problem with my versions is that maybe they seem too human for "omnipotents" but I personally don't think that anyone here is actually omnipotent and the term within the context of the story was more of a label passed down by entities. Many subomniversal guys aware of the Council’s existence sure think they're omnipotent and have perfect judgement though.
- The main flaw of my gods is that they are essentially like a bunch of uncooperative humans forced into taking on the role of “omnipotent rulers”. This contrasts with Tony’s version who are omnipotent rulers that overall don’t see much value in lesser life.
- The current SuperGods didn't create all of what they administer.
- The SuperGods are known to hatch from eggs.
- The current council has five not-fully-mature SuperGods trying to uphold the values of the Original Council.
identifies asis a girl and not a guy.
- So a big change is that the dumb kid SuperGods need to learn agreement and unity (mainly why Conceptilum wanted to pair SuperGods with conflicting attitudes to help them learn) while the Tony guys seem to have already had agreement and unity from the get-go. I think having a very flawed Council that needs to overcome their struggles makes for better potential stories though. (e.g. defeating Venrensorys. Venrensorys is an entity that strongly opposed the Council—a supreme set of beings that was supposed to uphold order, unity, selflessness, and subordination—upon finding out about it. Venrensorys represented the exact opposite of the Original Council's beliefs and swore to destroy this Council that enforced such ideals. At that point, the ones in charge were the New Council that was supposed to uphold said ideals and judge based on them but was somewhat struggling.)
The SuperGod Council
The SuperGod Council is the governing body over the Beyond bubble that its members reside in. The SuperGod Council's original founder valued order, subordination, coordination, unity, selfless actions, and consideration of consequences and the job of the current members is to enforce such principles and prevent their home Beyond bubble from collapsing in on itself.
The Council was founded by a SuperGod named Xenixel with an immensely powerful ability he had called "omnipotence^3". Originally, this was a means of flaunting his superiority over weaker SuperGods but eventually became the grounds of a standard for measuring local "omnipotences" called the Omnipotence Hierarchy. Many entities far weaker than the SuperGods ended up believing that the SuperGods or entities who had omnipotence^2 or omnipotence^1 were all-powerful, perfect, and could do anything. In reality, every member of the Council was somewhat limited in overall strength and intelligence and can even have flawed senses of judgement. Holders of omnipotence^3 often intrinsically held a large body of knowledge and intelligence called "omniscience^2", but it is possible for such entities to hold "omnipotence^3".
The Council also had access to a powerful automaton that could "add up" the SuperGod's omnipotences. In a sense, it "fused" them together. The automaton provided an efficient means of defending against entities much higher up on the Omnipotence Hierarchy or erasing entities that rebelled against the Council. This automaton was called Hellensoerensen.
The founding entity Xenixel, along with three other entities with omnipotence^3, an entity with omniscience^3 but only had omnipotence^2 known as Matharin, and an entity that had omnipotence^2 and omniscience^2 known as Conceptilum had governed their Beyond bubble for a very long stretch of metatime until a good infinite number of Beyond bubbles within the Transcendentem collapsed and caused major damage to any surviving bubbles. Such damage was mostly unnoticeable to smaller entities living in small structures inside the bubbles such as Gigaverses, similar to how bacteria living in a skyscraper wouldn't notice if the skyscraper collapsed. However, many larger entities such as Creators and Destroyers were erased or corrupted. The only survivors of the event within the Council were recently-uplifted-to-omnipotence^3 Conceptilum, Conceptilum and Matharin's first, second, and third created SuperGods Paradoxus, Logixel, and Unthil, and two eggs of yet-to-be-hatched SuperGods created by Conceptilum and Matharin. The eggs would eventually hatch after the storm and become Realitus and Imaginatim. Hellensoerensen survived the event but was left damaged and unstable, and activating it could risk destroying the Beyond bubble.
The Beyond bubble as a whole was left somewhat damaged by the event and at any moment, the Council's Beyond bubble may collapse, leaving the remaining SuperGods and an infinite number of entities without a home and left to fade away in the virtually empty interbeyond bubble space. So, Conceptilum, who was formerly the weakest SuperGod member but now was the strongest after the event, had made it his sworn duty to rebuild the Council, uphold the Original Council's values, and prevent the Beyond bubble from collapse. This proved difficult as the five very recently hatched SuperGods he co-created who had to be pressured into the role of maintaining their home overall struggled to uphold the original values and had left the Council a disorganized mess where everyone often disagreed with one another. Many entities living in the Beyond bubble are unaware of what the Council had to go through and still see it as the perfect and supreme force of judgement throughout all of Beyond, but some noticed that it was getting less and less difficult to find holes in this belief.
Paradoxus, the first-hatched and a survivor of the mass Beyond bubble collapse, while very strong, grew to be very aggressive and vicious when dealing with issues regarding other entities. Logixel, the second-hatched and also a survivor of the collapse, while compassionate and loving towards entities, grew to be very fearful and would try to abstain from dealing with situations he felt uncomfortable with. Unthil, the third-hatched, who was discovered to have had omniscience^3; had a weak form of omnipotence^2, grew to be very bitter and snide, and SuperGods such as Paradoxus and Realitus grew envious of his special treatment from Conceptilum (though they expressed it very differently from each other). Realitus, while proficient at speaking and tasks he takes pride in doing, grew to be extremely uppity and stuck-up; very unwilling to change his ways. Imaginatim, despite being bubbling with imagination and bright ideas to deal with situations and was overall calm and collected, was incredibly naïve and other SuperGods found her far too easy to manipulate (particularly Conceptilum and Realitus, though their intentions when tricking her are vastly different).
Conceptilum worries that with a Council as vulnerable to entities discovering its true nature and disordered as this, the Beyond bubble was pretty much doomed and the legacy of the stoic and ordered Original Council may get out with a horrific end.
In time, the new SuperGods would learn to work together when confronted with the chaotic, impulsive, and selfish omnipotent^18 entity known as Venrensorys—an entity who despised what the Original Council stood for. The SuperGods will once again be tested when they have to confront Kotoblade, a cold and edgy sapient entity ever growing in power and skill they had banished into the Kalyubi Dimension.
The Rise, Fall, and Decay of the Original Council
The SuperGod Council of Beyond was founded by an entity known to many as Xenixel. Xenixel was well-known among his kind for his outspokenness against his perceived sworn enemy the Guardian Of The 5th Wall, his large and dominant Beyond bubble, his immense power, and his great knowledge of the hierarchy of archverses below and above him.
Xenixel stood for nothing but balance and order and would do everything in his power to preserve balance within his home. He believed that absolutely everything in his reality should be uniform and orderly or else reality was not worth living in. As the Transcendentem grew more and more chaotic as a mass Beyond bubble collapse was set to occur, Xenixel wanted his grand Beyond bubble to remain stable and strong throughout the collapse as smaller, less stable Beyond bubbles would fade. If his plan succeeded, Xenixel would try to round up survivors and have them join his established faction of the Transcendentem that would demand order, subordination, coordination, unity, selfless actions, and consideration of consequences. Xenixel's subordinates would have to turn to him whenever an imbalance was noticed, entities would have to work together to resolve issues, the balance of Beyond had to be considered before all else, and his subordinates would have to consider any consequences of their actions that may result in an imbalance in any form. Any entity that caused what Xenixel considered enough of an imbalance to Beyond—regardless of whether or not they were mortal, god, or SuperGod—would either be erased or exiled.
However, before establishing his faction, Xenixel wanted to build a body of entities with similar prowess to him that would help manage and form important decisions regarding his Beyond bubble and eventually his Beyond bubble cohort. Xenixel wanted a Council. Such entities that would be members of his Council—"CouncilGods"—at the very least needed either his strength or his intelligence.
Xenixel possessed a body of knowledge he called "omniscience^3" and a level of strength he called "omnipotence^3". Initially, such names were a means of putting down weaker entities but a standard for labeling infinite strength or intelligence as "omnipotence" or "omniscience" would eventually be developed from the standard Xenixel set.
Xenixel would eventually search for "like-minded SuperGods" that had omnipotence^3 and/or omniscience^3 throughout his region of the Transcendentem using carefully selected parties of brainwashed omnipotent^1 entities. In metatime, Xenixel would find two other entities that fit his criteria of having "omnipotence^3"—though Xenixel noted that the two only possessed omniscience^2. The entities were known as Empiroxus and Abstractil. Empiroxus and Abstractil were partners who, similar to Xenixel, disliked chaos and disorder so they found it fair to join up with Xenixel. However, unlike Xenixel, the two of them saw it as somewhat necessary for Xenixel's subordinates such as themselves, the Creators and Destroyers of Beyond, and perhaps the mortals living within the atoms of Beyond bubbles known as small omniverses, needed to at least have some amount of independent thought and free will. Empiroxus and Abstractil also disliked Xenixel's proposed strategy to immediately erase entities that stepped out of line. Xenixel reluctantly complied with their suggestions but was eventually satisfied when his bubble remained balanced, though he still had a somewhat low opinion of the new members of his Council. If Empiroxus or Abstractil were to go out of line, Xenixel would have no qualms with exiling them on the spot. Many entities that knew Empiroxus and Abstractil disapproved of their decision to join Xenixel as they saw the SuperGod as corrupt and his ideology as incredibly flawed. Empiroxus was tasked to gather the stability agent Staterium, and along his journey, he was questioned by his former allies as to why he decided to move. Empiroxus had told them that life was overall better for him and Abstractil in Xenixel's Beyond bubble.
Rumour had it that there was an omniscient^3 roaming around Xenixel's cohort, so he decided to leave Empiroxus and Abstractil in charge of his bubble and search for the being himself. His reasoning behind this decision was that as he possessed omniscience^3 himself, he would be the best at being able to tell if another entity also had the ability. Eventually, Xenixel had found the entity rumoured to have had omniscience^3 and suffice to say he was quite satisfied with what she was capable of. The entity was an omnipotent^2 named Matharin who had a harsh existence so far, living in the outskirts of a very unstable Beyond bubble with her omnipotent^2 and omniscient^2 partner Conceptilum. One noteworthy thing about Matharin was her overattachment and overcommitment to her strangely compliant partner and only friend Conceptilum. Xenixel found it quite amusing that Matharin sought joy and completeness from within someone “inferior in intellect” to her, but nonetheless thought that Matharin was incredibly selfless and if her drive was fully directed towards ridding her new home of disorder and chaos, it along with her access to great knowledge would benefit the Council by a long shot. Conceptilum, in spite of his physical weakness, was very acquiescent and Xenixel figured that he would be able to follow all of his commands without much question. Upon perhaps an uplift to omnipotence^3, Conceptilum would also likely be truly a great asset to the Council. Xenixel also figured that it would be best to add Conceptilum to the Council as Matharin seemed like the kind of SuperGod who would kill herself the instant her partner was permanently separated from her, which would completely waste her vast amount of potential. Xenixel very willingly invited the pair to the Council and Matharin, with only Conceptilum’s safety in mind and now knowing that Xenixel’s bubble was the safest place in her cohort, very willingly accepted.
Empiroxus and Abstractil got along very well with Matharin and Conceptilum. As such, tasks were done very efficiently and Xenixel was more pleased than he had ever been in his life. However, the older pair can not help but start to wonder if Matharin was really as stable as she claimed. Matharin seemed to act as if she had destroyed half her mind trying to find as many solutions to her problems as possible. Matharin and Conceptilum’s lives as they were constantly in danger must have influenced Matharin to access as much knowledge as she needed to keep Conceptilum safe. Matharin’s suspected unstableness influenced the older pair to help the younger pair as much as they could—even if it meant going behind Xenixel’s back.
When enough resources were gathered, Xenixel had formally announced his decision to start up a new project. This project went by the name “Project Hellensoerensen” and the goal was to build an automaton that would add up the omnipotences of SuperGod Council members. Each CouncilGod had to hold a crystal made of an extremely rare variant of trosinium only found in a very distant remote bubble that would activate a portion of the automaton when needed. With two omniscient^3 entities in the Council, it seemed very feasible that the project would be able to be finished. In metatime, a prototype of Hellensoerensen was completed. This first version of the automaton could support the “addition” of the potences of six SuperGods. There were enough crystals of the trosinium variant to make activators for eleven SuperGods so the Council had more than enough trosinium to use Hellensoerensen at full power. However, an issue with that was that there were currently only five members of the Council. So, the Council was unable to activate Hellensoerensen at its maximum possible power even if they needed to. Xenixel figured that it was only best that they search for an entity to be a new member of the Council. So Xenixel yet again sent Empiroxus to search for what he needed. While Empiroxus was to search, Abstractil was to help prepare Conceptilum for an uplifting to omnipotence^3.
After Conceptilum's uplift and a reluctant acceptance from Xenixel, he and Matharin made the decision to create SuperGods to raise into the Council—not because they wanted more SuperGods to pressure into managing the Council and forcefully uplift (taxing their sanity) but to give some meaning to their existence and to allow new SuperGods to grow up in an environment that the pair never had the chance to grow up in. Xenixel's uneasiness of whether or not the creations would influence the stability of Beyond was eased when it was pointed out that perhaps yet another SuperGod gifted with the knowledge that Matharin and Xenixel shared may be born. So Conceptilum and Matharin used five Godverses to crafted into eggs that would incubate their creations. The first egg hatched into a SuperGod that would be named Paradoxus.
Matharin and Conceptilum had been given very strict orders from Xenixel on how Paradoxus was to be raised and what should be done regarding preventing potential imbalances of Beyond caused by the newly-created SuperGod running amuck. Paradoxus and his to-be-hatched siblings were to stay confined to a monocosm almost separate from the rest of Beyond until they were ready to become Council members, much to the disapproval of his parents and Abstractil. As Paradoxus grew, he began to resent Xenixel for preventing him to do anything interesting and distancing any close relationship with his parents. When Matharin and Conceptilum's second egg was close to hatching into the SuperGod to-be-named Logixel, Paradoxus was finally glad to have something new and interesting in his life.
Empiroxus would eventually return to Xenixel's Beyond bubble with an omnipotent^3 SuperGod alongside him. The SuperGod was called Peralitus and he was an entity very willing to be a subordinate to what he saw as a strong, powerful leader like Xenixel. Peralitus, while the newest member of the Council, was very ambitious and strived to be the second-in-command member of the Council. He grew very jealous of Matharin when he found out about her omniscience^3 and position in the Council. Peralitus wanted her position and if he were to find an opportunity to strip Matharin of her position, he would take it. However, he knew that it was not particularly likely that such a scenario was not likely to happen at the moment and decided to wait until anything in his favour happened.
In metatime, Logixel would hatch. Unlike Paradoxus, Logixel grew somewhat content with staying in his monocosm and listening to Xenixel's orders. Paradoxus, without realizing that Logixel had not lived long enough to know how bored one would grow while remaining in the monocosm, was furious that the younger Logixel was somewhat satisfied with staying in his designated monocosm with no freedom or entertainment. Logixel, now afraid of what Paradoxus might do to him if he said no, apologized to his older sibling and listened to his plans of going on an adventure. Like Paradoxus, Logixel was indeed interested in what lay beyond his monocosm though he was afraid of what his superiors would do if they were caught adventuring. When Paradoxus and Logixel finally escaped their monocosm, the siblings were endowed with the knowledge of many wonders of the monocosm. They saw omniverses, and other monocosms, and the Creators and Destroyers that their parents had told them about whenever they had the chance to see them. The siblings have been told that Creators and Destroyers were the cogs essential for the balance of their home, whatever that meant. Curious about the nature of the gods below him, Logixel and Paradoxus came down to them. The beings, upon sensing an immediate and very dangerous threat to their monocosm, were very alarmed at the presence of the higher beings. Logixel, realizing that the gods were themselves entities and more afraid of him than he was of them, tried to help the stressed gods calm down. But when the Destroyer attempted to erase Logixel, Paradoxus swiftly erased the Destroyer much to the dismay of the newly empathetic Logixel. This led the two SuperGods to argue over whether or not Destroyer's erasure was necessary. Creator, realizing that they had full control over its monocosm, stopped retaliating and decided to continue creating more and more structures and lifeforms within the Godverses and omniverses en masse. They wanted their monocosm to be blooming with life and complexity and nothing was to ever be destroyed.
A version of the Eternal Legion benefited greatly from Creator's creation spree and would develop technology capable of erasing Creator. Led by a version of Hyperman that would never become the mediator of his monocosm, they successfully eliminated their Creator. Hyperman—with his ambition for power and influence now greater than ever before—had accomplished his goal of being the most powerful mortal being in the monocosm. But when he discovered the two SuperGods—now taken aback by Creator's non-SuperGod-executed erasure—Hyperman realized that Creator was never the most powerful being in existence. Creator's death did not make him the most powerful being in existence. This infuriated Hyperman and this fury would drive him insane. Paradoxus, realizing that Creators and Destroyers truly were what made monocosms balanced, was enraged. The monocosm they had entered was no longer balanced and it was all his fault. Paradoxus figured that the best decision at this point was to swiftly erase all that was in this monocosm so no one would ever find out about what they had done. Logixel disagreed with this decision, as he thought it was best to keep the beings in the monocosm alive and wanted no more death to come to anyone. Paradoxus and Logixel continued to argue but stopped when they were confronted by Peralitus. When Peralitus saw the two young SuperGods—the two young SuperGods that were Matharin’s creations—outside their designated monocosm and have caused an imbalance within Beyond, knew what he had to do to get Xenixel to punish Matharin and perhaps make him second-in-command of the Council. Peralitus had no qualms with the young gods having to be exiled in order for that to be the case. Paradoxus, knowing Peralitus would get them exiled and that Matharin will support them to the end, attacked Peralitus to buy metatime for Logixel to find Matharin and get her to help. Peralitus, fearing that the strength difference between him and Paradoxus would accidentally kill the younger SuperGod and get him into more trouble than Matharin could ever be, tried his best not to fight back and focused more on defending himself. Logixel, now more afraid than he had ever been in his whole life, traversed the Beyond bubble and in a stroke of luck, found Matharin.
Logixel quickly and apprehensively explained his predicament to Matharin and begged her to help him and Paradoxus. Matharin, with only her children’s needs in mind, was enraged and at the cost of more of her mind, decided to tap into her vast array of knowledge to find out the precise circumstances of the situation and find a subtle and specific thing to do that would frame Peralitus for the imbalance—shifting any punishment that her children would get over to Peralitus.
Matharin quickly approached one of Peralitus’ created omniverses and made a certain traveler unobservable to all entities within his home. The traveler was given many abilities that would aid him in escaping the omniverse and his mind was filled with thoughts of leaving the omniverse. Importantly, the traveler thought that a supreme entity named Peralitus had granted him these many gifts and would strive to meet the SuperGod so more abilities can be granted to him. Perhaps, the adventurer would be given creator-level power. When the traveler left his own monocosm he would unknowingly take steps that would disrupt the balance of many other monocosms, as Matharin planned. Logixel, upon seeing the many lives taken advantage of and ruined by Matharin’s scheme and unable to see how her actions would save him and his brother, begged Matharin to undo what she had just done. Matharin, mind half destroyed from the search for her sabotage, calmly explained to him that it was too late to undo anything and that all would be well once Xenixel came back from his most recent mission. Matharin told Logixel to go back to his monocosm as she manipulated another monocosm in a specific way to send a message to the distant Paradoxus, influencing him to go back to his home monocosm.
Empiroxus, Xenixel, and Conceptilum returned from their mission with grave news—the Beyond bubble collapse foreseen by Xenixel was going to occur at any moment. Unbeknownst to Matharin, Xenixel’s mind had been partly destroyed from his vision and he was not in a state where his judgement would be sound. Upon his return, Xenixel was informed by Matharin that Peralitus had caused a major disruption in the balance of Beyond. Many monocosms were destroyed and the traveler had been given nigh-omnipotent powers. This was not something Xenixel had wanted to find out upon learning that the collapse that the Council had delicately maintained and structured their bubble to minimize the risk of its destruction was due to occur. For all he could tell with his impaired mentality, Peralitus was a traitor who disobeyed his orders and had set Beyond up to be destroyed. Peralitus needed to be exiled. He stormed off to search for Peralitus and exile him. Empiroxus and Conceptilum quickly told Matharin about what Xenixel had found out about the collapse. It was at this moment Matharin knew that she had set up her home and her family to be killed. Matharin wanted to undo the atrocity she had done, but it was too late for that. Empiroxus went off to find Abstractil, Conceptilum went to look for Paradoxus and Logixel, and Matharin had to find Peralitus before Xenixel did.
Xenixel had found Peralitus first and ordered him to leave the Council at once or he will activate Hellensoerensen in order to perform an execution. Peralitus was shocked. He had not known what he had done wrong and Xenixel would not listen to his pleas for mercy or information. When Matharin arrived at the scene, Xenixel ordered her to retrieve Hellensoerensen. Peralitus, in a stroke of fear, agreed to leave upon hearing Matharin’s orders to get the automaton. Upon hearing Peralitus’s agreement, Matharin was ordered to help Xenixel escort him out of Beyond. Matharin, knowing about the upcoming collapse, Peralitus would die either way from exile or execution. Her sabotage had put Peralitus to his death and she felt terrible. Xenixel stated that if Peralitus was ever caught within the bubble, he had to be executed upon sight. Matharin reluctantly complied. The Council needed to repair the damage Peralitus was thought to have caused and Xenixel needed to ensure that every SuperGod who resided in the bubble would not betray him as Peralitus did. All of the SuperGods were called together and had to take an oath. They were to follow Xenixel to the end and prioritize balancing Beyond above all else. Matharin realized she was stuck between a rock and a hard place. Three of her eggs had not hatched yet and she could not help but wonder what kind of life they would have after their hatch. She could not just leave the Beyond bubble with Conceptilum and her creations—while the damage left it vulnerable to collapse, it was still by far the most stable and safest place she could take refuge in. Not only was the impending collapse going to make interbeyond space too dangerous to travel to, but a likely bitter and vengeful rogue Peralitus was roaming around. Matharin had no choice but to stay.
The Council discussed what to do about the traveler and the Eternal Legion which was now pent on destroying the Council. The traveler could not be found within Beyond so it was likely that he had already left the bubble and that the collapse would probably kill him off before he became a threat to the stability of Beyond anyway. The same was found for the Legion—which was seen as a tiny threat that would never pose a threat to the Council.
Xenixel found out that a variant of trosinium only found from the collapsing monocosms within a nearby parallel Beyond bubble was needed patch up an area of Beyond or else the number of monocosms within the bubble would be reduced to a smaller infinite cardinality. Knowing the risks of going out on a mission like this when the storm could happen at any moment, Empiroxus volunteered to go. Empiroxus managed to retrieve the trosinium and was going to re-enter his home bubble but before he tried to slip into the bubble, he was attacked.
Matharin’s mind was flooded with visions of Empiroxus being ambushed by an entity that hailed from outside of Beyond. She reasoned that the entity was Peralitus and as the visions were so intense, Peralitus had really come back an opportunity to revenge his exile. Alone and not willing to report her visions to Xenixel, Matharin located the battling entities and upon arriving at the scene, Empiroxus was very close to death. Though Matharin knew that she should follow protocol and report the presence of an enemy SuperGod who attacked a Council member, she decided against that and instead brought Peralitus’s attention to her.
Matharin explained to Peralitus that she was the one who got him exiled in the first place and bluntly told him to let Empiroxus go as he played no role in his exile. Matharin then told Peralitus that she was willing to be slain by him if it meant he would no longer be a threat to her family. Peralitus was shocked at what Matharin had said to him and wondered if the Council had set up a trap of some sort. While Matharin and Peralitus confronted each other, Empiroxus entered the Beyond bubble, abandoning the trosinium in a lapse of judgement, and tried to search for either Abstractil or Conceptilum, though his fading from existence caused great difficulty in doing so. Empiroxus eventually found his fellow SuperGods, alongside Conceptilum’s sons, and a Xenixel getting ready to deploy Hellensoerensen. Xenixel had the same visions as Matharin as Empiroxus got attacked and seemingly nothing was going to stop him from erasing Peralitus from existence. Xenixel ushered the fading SuperGod into the automaton in order to have six SuperGods activate Hellensoerensen and the Xenixel set off to destroy Peralitus. In his manic state, Xenixel, the SuperGod who once enforced consideration of consequences and coordination within his home, never once thought about the consequences of having two inexperienced juveniles, an injured and dying SuperGod, and himself with his partially destroyed mind—the epitome of coordinated individuals—having partial control over a bot that had gone through very few trial runs.
Hellensoerensen arrived at Peralitus’s whereabouts and in the irradiated space that signified the collapses of many nearby Beyond bubbles, the SuperGod was found over many scattered barren, lifeless Godverses—the remains of Matharin. Paradoxus and Logixel were very stressed upon the sight of the CouncilGod’s remains and consequently, Hellensoerensen’s motions became chaotic and sporadic. Conceptilum did nothing but stare at the hollow verses that once composed the SuperGod that accompanied him for a significant portion of metatime—from the time within the bubble that they helped each other survive in, to the time devoted to upholding the values of the Council, to the few times they interacted with their sons. Conceptilum had lost one of his few friends and in his daze, he was unable to think about the following protocol. Conceptilum did not realize that as he gazed down upon the verses, Peralitus had been erased from existence by Xenixel. Conceptilum became so lost in his state of shock, that at first, he did not realize the storm had caught Hellensoerensen and his own Beyond bubble. Without the trosinium supposed to patch the bubble, many monocosms were destroyed. With help from his sons and Abstractil, Conceptilum soon snapped out of his trance and his first instincts were to protect his children—both hatched and unhatched. Every SuperGod within Hellensoerensen but Xenixel escaped the bot. Abstractil decided to retrieve the trosinium needed to aid in defending Beyond while Conceptilum and his sons headed straight for the monocosm that held the SuperGod eggs. When Conceptilum and his sons arrived at the monocosm, they had found that one of the SuperGods had already hatched. Not only that, but the young SuperGod had used nearby resources to create a defensive barrier around himself and several nearby monocosms. Conceptilum realized that this SuperGod, like his recently passed mother, possessed omniscience^3. The SuperGod let the trio in and introduced himself, calling himself by the name he gave himself—“Unthil”—following his introduction up with a remark that if anyone made fun of the name he gave himself, he would “kindly shove them back out into the Beyond storm.”
The Council and Venrensorys
The Council and Kotoblade
After Venrensorys had been defeated, the SuperGod Council tried to focus their efforts on repairing any damage that had occurred during their fight. Realitus and Imaginatim rebuilt any damaged or destroyed omniverses, Paradoxus and Logixel recreated any slain Creators and Destroyers, and Unthil and Conceptilum were to scout for areas of Beyond that may need repair.
While Conceptilum was searching for external damage, he noticed a small monocosm that he had never seen before just outside of Beyond. The SuperGod went over to the monocosm and inspected it very closely. He found that it had properties that could allow for no mortal or even any entity comparable to strength to Creator or Destroyer to directly escape it. In fact, the verse was locked so securely that an entity comparable in power to Conceptilum would struggle to inspect its internal properties properly. Conceptilum recalled that Venrensorys was once a mortal and perhaps this verse could be really useful for preventing any future incidents similar to that of Venrensorys's rise and attack. If a hypothetical entity was one suspected to be one that would cause trouble yet did not really need immediate erasure, they could be placed into this realm.
Of course, the other members of the Council had to approve of using the verse as a means of dealing with entities. He took the verse and showed it to Unthil. He explained his idea of how the verse could be used. Unthil was instantly very suspicious, seeing as nobody had ever seen this verse before and on top of that, it was very difficult for him—an entity used to instantly knowing practically everything about an object presented to him—to observe the interior of the verse. The only reasonably efficient strategy to place abusive entities in the verse he could see was to leave the monocosm outside of Beyond and whenever the Council had to place an entity in the realm, they had to get out of Beyond, activate Hellensoerensen, and put in the entity inside. Even then, that strategy seemed very awful and risky to Unthil, pointing out that the Council may not be careful enough to run Hellensoerensen that often and the strategy goes under the assumption that the verse was even safe. Unthil then presented a variety of pessimistic possibilities regarding the verse. What if the verse was internally very unstable and may influence Beyond even from outside? What if the verse had some sort of connection to Venrensorys? What if entities could just grow in power from within the verse? What if said entities have a chance of becoming more powerful than a SuperGod or Hellensoerensen and the verse will serve to bottle up the entity's power? What if there was already said entity locked in the verse?
Conceptilum, getting more and more annoyed with his son, asked Unthil if his suspicions actually were based on anything he could actually observe about the verse. Unthil only retorted that his suspicions were based on what he could not observe about the verse. Conceptilum then asked if Unthil was okay with the usage of the verse. Unthil told his father that he can do whatever he pleased with the verse since he seemed so sure about what the Council should do. A Conceptilum very annoyed with Unthil would then enter Beyond to hold a meeting mainly regarding the monocosm. Paradoxus and Logixel were nearby and very soon arrived at the meeting. Unthil was quick to state that the rest of the Council already knows how Realitus and Imaginatim would take the addition of the new verse and their inputs probably might not even matter. Unthil supposed that Imaginatim would be too stupid to understand what in Beyond was going on and Realitus would happily agree to have the realm around but would try to completely abuse his power when requesting usage of the verse. Conceptilum did not want to say it but he agreed with what Unthil had just said about his siblings. He went ahead and started the meeting, but Realitus and Imaginatim were free to join at any moment and have their input heard.
Paradoxus was confused about why the Council would need a device such as the new monocosm at first. He asked Conceptilum and Unthil why the Council couldn't just erase every single abusive entity. After all, if the Hyperman that became Venrensorys had been erased, then the damage done to Beyond could not have been done. Logixel, a SuperGod who greatly sympathized with Venrensorys after the incident, put in that perhaps this new realm would be a place of rehabilitation, and perhaps the entity, upon exiting, will be changed as a person and will perhaps contribute to the stability of Beyond. Logixel then asked Unthil if the monocosm was actually safe to put entities in, only to gain a very conflicted opinion about the monocosm after Unthil and Conceptilum pointed out that he did not actually know. Unlike Paradoxus, Logixel thought the best way to prevent another Venrensorys was to treat all beings kindly and respectfully—giving them no reason to become vengeful towards the Council. If this realm was an inhumane means of confining entities, "banishing" entities into this monocosm would straight up make the verse a new Venrensorys creator. Paradoxus abruptly interrupted Logixel, pointing out that frequent activations of Hellensoerensen could also contribute to enabling more entities like Venrensorys to rise to power and even cause more instability to the already vulnerable Beyond bubble. Conceptilum pointed out that any future activations of Hellensoerensen for the usage of the new verse had to always be done outside of Beyond and that, while Conceptilum disagreed that all beings deserved respect and a chance for redemption, Logixel might have a good point worth considering. If this new realm was not an ideal space to house entities, it will not be very surprising at all if said entities would want revenge. If the realm allowed for entities to grow in power, then said vengeful entities would become very dangerous.
Realitus arrived at the meeting, very upset that he was not invited to it. After giving a barrage of very unnecessary insults to a very tolerant but fed up Unthil for not inviting him, he demanded to know what was going on. Conceptilum explained what was going on and sure enough, Realitus was delighted to have the monocosm around and approved of Conceptilum's ideas on how to handle entities using it. Anyone present in the meeting could tell that he was just happy to have some means of banishing those who opposed him. When Unthil accused Realitus of this, Realitus just scoffed at him and left the meeting, claiming he had other important business to attend. Everyone knew that he was off to make more omniverses and berate Imaginatim for doing nothing properly. Paradoxus was furious but before he tried to eviscerate his younger brother, Logixel stopped him. Logixel told Paradoxus that attacking Realitus would do more harm than good in the long run. Logixel also pointed out there is good in everyone, including Realitus and perhaps one day, Realitus will realize the error of his ways and show his true colours all while his brothers disagreeably stared at him. Conceptilum said nothing about the matter. Logixel then asked Unthil, who was taken aback by Logixel's new courage to speak up, if there were any plans to inform Imaginatim. Unthil told his older brother that there were, but he won't expect any useful insight to come from discussing it with her.
The four SuperGods, with Unthil carrying the recently found monocosm, traversed the Beyond bubble to look for Imaginatim, only to find her nearby a wormhole leading to inter-Beyond space. She was playing with a very small yet very sturdy spacecraft that somewhat resembled a dagger and in the craft were ten very disoriented mortals. Seven of the mortals were passed out, likely due to being overwhelmed by a sudden appearance from Imaginatim and probably had to harbour any ideas beyond their comprehension that Imaginatim decided to have them store. It seemed likely that these mortals had planned on exiting Beyond and considering the state of Beyond at the moment, it was possible that these entities could come back stronger than ever and pose a direct threat to the Council and Beyond. The version of the Eternal Legion led by the Hyperman who became Venrensorys was left to live outside of Beyond long ago and the memories of Venrensorys' attack were still fresh in the Council's minds. Who knows if these new mortals were allied with Venrensorys or have any similar malicious intentions? A resolution had to be found at once.
A "court"-like debate was soon instigated for the ten travelers on the spot. Unthil, still rather upset, chose not to invite Realitus again. The travelers happened to be members of an organization known as The Cosmic Reconnaissance and were part of an expedition known as "Expedition Ω-1A". The spacecraft was called "Omnius-Infinity", the name apparently given to it by the pilot. Unthil remarked that the spacecraft had a very stupid name. This hurt the pilot's feelings. Logixel, upon noticing that the mortal was hurt sharply told Unthil off and proceeded to attempt to calm the pilot down. Logixel then asked the pilot for his name. The pilot gave the second eldest SuperGod his name, it was Satoru Nanimo-DeBellyn. Before Logixel could ask for the names of the rest of the crew, Paradoxus shut him up. Paradoxus very angrily inquired the crew on what they were trying to do. Much of the crew made very crude speeches about exploration and freedom. All but one SuperGod could tell that the intentions of all but one crew member were indeed malicious. The one SuperGod was Imaginatim who, throughout all the interviews of the Omnius-Infinity’s crew, only cried about being hungry. The one crew member was Satoru. Satoru seemed very dense and it was clear that he had been quite easily tricked by his fellow crewmates into supporting them and was unaware of their very obvious and rudimentary plan to rise in power and take over many monocosms. Right after Unthil called the crew out on their plan, they attempted to retaliate by attacking the SuperGod. Upon the ship's first move, Paradoxus swiftly erased five of the mortals—much to the shock of all the present SuperGods but Unthil. Conceptilum was upset not only because Paradoxus had executed half the crew before a verdict was decided but that Paradoxus did not think before he acted—he truly expected much better from his eldest son after Venrensorys's attack. Logixel was mortified as he just witnessed the deaths of five living beings who did not see their demise coming and five other beings left traumatized at the sudden erasure of their crewmates. Imaginatim was confused and particularly stressed out because five of her "new friends" disappeared and did not even say goodbye. Unthil paid a small bit of attention the remaining five crew members—one of which was Satoru. As he did, Unthil noticed one of the crew members slowly reaching for the controls for a cannon to fire at the Council. Slightly annoyed and dissatisfied, Unthil decided to paralyze all of the crew members and wait until the Council would stop arguing.
It was soon decided among Paradoxus, Unthil, and Conceptilum that an execution of all of Omnius-Infinity’s crew but Satoru would not be a bad idea, much to the dissatisfaction of Logixel and Imaginatim. Paradoxus handled the erasure of the crew members while Logixel could not bear to watch. The fate of Satoru should be, on the other hand, was a point of greater contention than the erasure of the crew and Logixel would more fiercely defend the mortal whenever any option deemed harmful was brought up. Execution was a bad idea as Satoru has not done anything to deserve death. Exile was also a bad idea as inter-Beyond bubble space was still a waste after the Beyond bubble collapse—exiling him would be putting him to death in a much slower and potentially more agonizing way. Sending him back home was not an option—Conceptilum pointed out that sending him back would risk any more entities knowing about the rather disorganized state of Beyond and what lay past. Sending Satoru back with his memory erased was also not a fair option—not only did Logixel loathe the idea of tampering with the mind of a being, but the Council in general was either far too unreliable as a means of mind manipulation and could not follow instructions properly, did not know how to actually erase the mind of a mortal, or would risk having their mind get degraded from figuring out the exact circumstances for an ideal memory erase (especially if the memory erase was to become standard practice).
Conceptilum pointed out that perhaps the monocosm he had found could be a viable place of rehabilitation—perhaps living within this new home may give an opportunity for the mortal to start afresh and live a new life. Unthil once again pointed out that the SuperGods still had no idea what was in the monocosm and again pointed out that he was very strangely unable to actually analyze the verse’s internal structure. Logixel wanted to believe that the new structure may be a safe new home for Satoru but his mind was clouded with doubt. Paradoxus complained that he just wanted this situation over and dealt with. If sending the mortal to the verse was necessary, then so be it. Imaginatim was still hungry. After discussing the situation over, the majority agreed on sending Satoru to the monocosm, albeit some of the agreement was reluctant. Unthil did not necessarily agree but was also not against sending the entity into the realm. Unthil decided to leave the meeting since at this point, the only SuperGod basically left in charge was Realitus and leaving Realitus to be the only SuperGod to manage Beyond was just dreadful. Conceptilum, after muttering to himself that Unthil was the one who left Realitus out, asked Unthil to bring Realitus over so that Hellensoerensen could be activated. Unthil, after remarking about how great an idea that was since having no SuperGod moderating Beyond would be so much better than having Realitus solely moderate Beyond, agreed and left to find Realitus. While Unthil was gone, Logixel kindly explained to Satoru that he would be given a new home and that the SuperGod would never forget him. Satoru said nothing and it was unclear what he thought. After Unthil arrived back with a Realitus that just would not stop insulting him and unparalyzed Satoru, the Council exited Beyond with Omnius-Infinity and activated Hellensoerensen, overall being cautious to not affect the stability of Beyond. After the activation, Unthil still could not tell what was inside the new monocosm, but now they could safely place objects and entities inside. Omnius-Infinity, with Satoru inside, was placed into the monocosm. After Satoru was gone and Hellensoerensen was deactivated, Realitus was very confused. He demanded that the others give information that he deserved to know. Unthil, fully expecting insults to be thrown at him, told him that they just sent an entity into the new monocosm. Realitus asked if they had done a trial for the entity. Unthil said yes. Realitus threw a fit—he was upset that he was yet again not invited to such an important meeting and he took his anger out on Unthil. While Realitus was ranting, Imaginatim was fidgeting with a new very small yet very intricately designed omniverse she just created. After Realitus finished ranting, he destroyed Imaginatim’s new omniverse and stormed back into Beyond, leaving Imaginatim to pick up the scraps of the omniverse and slowly and sadly absorb them to quench her hunger. Unthil felt tired. He was tired of Realitus’ behaviour and hoped that Realitus would soon have some sense brutally beaten into him. It did not matter at all to the SuperGod how he wanted it to go through, he just wanted it to happen.
Many, many eons came and went. Most of the damage that Venrensorys had done was repaired and Beyond was relatively stable. Eventually, Satoru was mostly forgotten about by the SuperGods that debated over his fate. Satoru’s new place of residence ended up being so rarely used that the SuperGods nearly completely forgot about it. Only Logixel remained worried over the fates of Satoru and the very few other entities that they decided to send to the monocosm as well as any friends or family the entities had and would constantly beg an exasperated Unthil to provide information about the mortals so he could quietly try to keep an eye on Satoru’s friends and family after Satoru had been “banished” whenever he had free time, knowing that it was not possible to simply break into the monocosm Satoru was banished to. The memories of Satoru very quickly faded from the minds of many people and Logixel’s watches soon became essentially just a means of spending time and metatime with mortals. Though Logixel knew finding any information on Satoru’s fate was a fruitless effort, he hoped that eventually he might find out something crucial.
One day on a small planet the SuperGod visited, Logixel overheard a conversation between two beings about a very powerful and malicious entity that has been recently causing some trouble among the archverses they called “Kotoblade”. Kotoblade apparently hailed from a realm known only as the “Kalyubi Dimension” and was allegedly the most powerful entity from the dimension—there were apparently even rumours that this Kotoblade was more powerful than the “Super god” that occasionally comes down to the omniverses to form large cults devoted to himself. However, unlike the “Super god” who Logixel instantly figured out the identity of, Kotoblade was seemingly unable to actually use most of his powers to devastate and cause much harm to the verses—apparently Kotoblade was unable to access “existence” physically and required the possession of a mortal entity in order to affect physical objects. The aforementioned possessions were rumoured to have been made by making deals with Kotoblade. But while a being was possessed, said being never actually gained all of Kotoblade’s abilities. Kotoblade’s motivations seemed to be to exact revenge on those who have banished him. Logixel was very concerned upon hearing about the entity and figured that the entity had the potential to cause great harm to many people and if the rumours about Kotoblade’s overall strength were true, perhaps all of Beyond was in danger. Logixel’s experience with Venrensorys has taught him that sometimes not intervening with mortal issues can lead to major catastrophes and he was not going to let the lesson he learned go to waste. A thought that Kotoblade’s origins were connected to the monocosm Satoru was sent away to plagued Logixel’s mind, but the SuperGod did not want to jump to any conclusions. Logixel gathered more useful information about Kotoblade from a large number of other entities and when he felt that the amount of information was satisfactory, set off to present it all to Unthil for an analysis.
Logixel quickly found Unthil and Paradoxus who were having their own discussion. Unthil was found on his way to look for Imaginatim—not bothering to access his omniscient^3 powers not only because he did not want to harm himself but because he did not think Imaginatim would ever get in enough trouble to warrant his powers—make sure she was not doing anything stupid but had to halt his search in order to deal with Paradoxus. Paradoxus was extremely overagitated about a recent monocosmal destruction that an unknown possibly Hyperman-tier entity had caused. Conceptilum was at the moment busy with Hellensoerensen maintenance and Realitus was busy with very proudly creating omniverses. Logixel, in a panic and very concerned about Unthil and Paradoxus’ situation, inquired them about the damage that was done and began to fear that maybe Kotoblade was perhaps aiming to possess stronger entities. Ridden with anxiety, Logixel told his brothers about his discoveries and concern that Beyond was possibly in danger.
Paradoxus immediately dismissed Logixel’s concerns—mortals get possessed by ghosts all the time and it would not be much of a stretch to think that one ghost in particular was just hyping up his power. To Paradoxus, Logixel was being far too paranoid and sentimental over a small issue again. Unthil listened to his brother and even went over to the monocosm Logixel eavesdropped in and screen over the monocosm for suspicious activity from any ghosts that aligned with Logixel’s claims. Unthil was skeptical of the claims too and was somewhat inclined to agree with Paradoxus’s statements. Unthil also pointed out that even if Kotoblade was indeed as strong as people claimed he was, he was probably also very incompetent and rash since very many mortal beings have apparently heard about him and knew a lot about him, including his crimes and plans. Under his breath, he remarked that those qualities were a lot like the traits of another SuperGod he knew. Unthil was also somewhat skeptical that this “Kotoblade” had much of a connection with the monocosm Conceptilum introduced to the Council ages ago. At this point, the Council with its current members have been moderating Beyond for even longer than the entire period Original Council was in charge for and as far as anyone has seen, the monocosm has not shown any signs of external activity or any activity that suggested a connection between it and any other monocosm. Unthil was indeed very skeptical of the monocosm when it was first introduced but so much metatime had gone by and that was more than enough for Unthil and many of the other members to grow more than sure that it was somewhat harmless in nature—though the mistrust of the structure was still present. Logixel then brought up the possibility of Kotoblade possessing a SuperGod and exacting his revenge by destroying as much of Beyond as he could. Unthil, getting more tired of Logixel, pointed out that by this point, surely more than enough mortals knew not to make dumb deals with an obviously sketchy demon. Unthil was then about to remark that if mortals could be as sensible that, then SuperGods would obviously not be stupid enough to strike a deal with Kotoblade. But halfway through making his snarky remark, Unthil realized that there was indeed a SuperGod who might be stupid enough to make a deal with a clearly suspicious character. Paradoxus and Logixel realized this too and immediately the three SuperGods split up and scrambled to locate Imaginatim as soon as possible.
Conceptilum had finished his routine checkup on Hellensoerensen. The damage that it sustained from the Beyond bubble collapse which made it cause instabilities was still present but it was less prevalent and sooner or later, after the last few necessary resources were found, Hellensoerensen would be safe to use again. The tired and very old SuperGod now wanted to check on monocosmal maintenance. He located Realitus and inquired about the proud SuperGod’s work so far. Realitus showed off all the “perfect” omniverses he created and placed into the monocosms. Conceptilum noticed several destroyed extramonocosmal omniverses. The destroyed omniverses, while lifeless and nearly empty were still more far vibrant and more intricately designed than Realitus’ creations—indicating that they were some of Imaginatim’s creations that Realitus destroyed. Realitus expected his father to be pleased with and compliment his creations, but Conceptilum did not say anything about Realitus’ omniverses. Conceptilum was cross, told Realitus off, and angrily demanded to know where Imaginatim was. Realitus was very upset—he thought Conceptilum had rejected him and his hard work in favour of his sister. Realitus rebuked Conceptilum for caring more about SuperGods other than him like Unthil and Imaginatim and then proceeded to tell Conceptilum that he had enough of Imaginatim and sent her away in disgrace. Conceptilum, alarmed and upset, reprimanded Realitus and then set off to look for Imaginatim. Conceptilum slipped out of his Beyond bubble and searched for his daughter. Conceptilum decided to first check the monocosm used for banishing entities. When Conceptilum arrived at the monocosm, he could not believe what he had just found. Not only was his precious daughter there, but there was also an exact copy of her present and she seemed to be in complete agony.
Unthil was busy anxiously searching for Imaginatim when he noticed Realitus throwing a tantrum. Unthil, aware of how often Realitus and Imaginatim were often put to work together, made his way over to his brother. Before he could ask Realitus about the whereabouts of their sister, Realitus verbally lashed out at his brother and went on a not particularly unusual rant where he blamed Unthil for his problems and lamented about how Conceptilum and Imaginatim were unable to appreciate his hard work and glory. Unthil was tired and already wanted to leave but before he did, he asked Realitus for Imaginatim’s whereabouts. Realitus, out of hatred for his brother, stubbornly refused to answer. After asking a few more times, Unthil figured that trying to get an actual answer out of Realitus would be a colossal waste and gave up. Unthil and Realitus then noticed Conceptilum careening towards them—Conceptilum was battered and was freaking out over “a monster”. Unthil, very put off by Conceptilum’s very unusual behaviour, inquired his father about this “monster”. Conceptilum made some chaotic and spastic movements and then directed Unthil and Realitus’ attention towards an innocently dawdling Imaginatim.
Paradoxus is Conceptilum and Matharin's first-created SuperGod. He, like his siblings, holds an ability known as omnipotence^2—which helps him manage his task of helping regulate their local Beyond bubble. However, he isn't strong enough to manipulate objects larger than his home Beyond bubble. Paradoxus and his brother Logixel are in charge of managing the creation of Creators and Destroyers and preservation of laws in order to preserve the very existence of everything inside of the beyond bubble. Paradoxus' shared task with Logixel is greatly in spite of him not getting along with his brother.
Paradoxus means well when doing his tasks and while he does try to stand for what the Original Council stood for, he can come across as a very abrasive, arrogant, blunt, and overconfident SuperGod. This clashes with his more compassionate and thoughtful but timid and sensitive brother Logixel and often strains his relationship with him and his other brother Realitus—who considers him unworthy to be a part of the Council and mocks him for his bad attitude in spite of the many times Paradoxus and Logixel have saved Beyond from collapse. Paradoxus tries to shut out any close relationships with others, most notably Logixel and Unthil—whose omniscience^3 abilities and special treatment from Conceptilum evoke jealousy and resentment in Paradoxus.
Paradoxus was recognized by his father as a very strong and capable SuperGod. However, his more vicious and aggressive side can lead to needless destruction. An incident many point to when justifying this claim was the time he tore up an entire monocosm after discovering a clan of abusive omnipotent^1 beings immediately upon noticing them despite Logixel's pleas to stop. Such events have made Conceptilum sometimes reconsider Paradoxus' place in the Council and wonder if he did a horrible job raising his son after Matharin's erasure. Nonetheless, Conceptilum tells himself that Paradoxus is ultimately a good SuperGod, and having him around is what Matharin and his former co-councilmembers would have wanted.
Paradoxus views the lives of mortal lifeforms living within his Beyond bubble as somewhat meaningless and doesn't particularly care about the consequences of swiftly erasing any entity that causes an imbalance in their home. This conflicts with Logixel's ideology that all entities deserve to live and that simply erasing lifeforms inhibits any chance for redemption. This often gets Paradoxus into scenarios where more damage is done from erasing the entity than many scenarios where keeping them alive is better for the stability of Beyond.
Paradoxus's view on Creators and Destroyers—the very entities he and Logixel create and maintain—is that they are important tools for maintaining balance within Beyond. This contrasts with Logixel's view that "Creators and Destroyers are people too".
Logixel is Conceptilum and Matharin's second-created SuperGod. Logixel holds omnipotence^2—an ability that helps him regulate Conceptilum's home Beyond bubble. Logixel and his brother Paradoxus are in charge of managing the creation of Creators and Destroyers and preservation of logical laws to preserve the existence of everything inside of the beyond bubble. Logixel wants to do his task well but he thinks that his brother Paradoxus is making the situation regarding it harder and wishes that the issue would be resolved.
Logixel is a compassionate and thoughtful SuperGod and when dealing with monocosmal disputes without his brother, he tries to find logical solutions to problems that don't involve violence or erasure. However, when things get out of his control, he retaliates in fear as he is a timid and sensitive individual. Paradoxus sees Logixel as weak and thinks that he is hindering the Council's progress.
Logixel loves all mortal lifeforms and considers them very important to the stability of Beyond. However, this contrasts greatly with Paradoxus view that the lives of mortals don't matter and can often lead to scenarios where very abusive lifeforms are left alive to destroy and cause imbalance.
Unthil is Conceptilum and Matharin’s third-created SuperGod and the only one to inherit Matharin’s omniscience^3–which made him far more knowledgeable than his siblings very early on into his life. For example, he knew virtually all the solutions to problems littered throughout his Beyond bubble quickly after hatching from his egg and had a rudimentary understanding of the structure of his cosmology from all the way up to the Barrelplex all the way down to the subunreal particles comprising everything he knows of. He is currently very fully aware of his current Council’s poor organization and of the many different versions of himself. Three of the few things he cannot know about no matter how many loopholes he tries to find are the future of his own Council, anything regarding how to properly handle his gift like the mother he was told could do so, and anything regarding parallel versions of his Council succeeding in their goals. Unthil also had the capability to know everything about Transcendentem. However, as Unthil found out for himself when peering upon a parallel version of himself who tried to know everything, to know so much would literally destroy his mind. As such, he knows that he shouldn’t know everything and has to limit his knowledge, at the very least, he should know everything about the Beyond bubble he lives in. Because of such factors, he is very frustrated at himself and his pretty limited “omniscience” that he refuses to call “omniscience” or even a “gift” as his father puts it.
Unthil knowing pretty much everything except what he truly wants to know made grow somewhat bitter and resentful of his siblings all while his siblings Paradoxus and Realitus are jealous of the special attention he gets from his father Conceptilum, though for different reasons. Logixel and Imaginatim, on the other hand, don’t have issues with Unthil’s treatment from Conceptilum and understand to some extent why Conceptilum cares about his gift. The two consider Unthil wise and whenever Unthil is available and will try to turn to him for advice or a 100% successful strategy to deal with monocosmal problems. However, they do have qualms with his attitude towards himself and the Council, his rather pessimistic view on the ultimate fate of the Council, and what they see as disingenuity he has when talking.
Unthil is not only resentful that his siblings get to know less than him, but he also sees them as annoying idiots in general. He views Paradoxus as far too temperamental for his own good; Logixel as too much of a giant pushover; Realitus as stuck-up, pretentious and insecure about his image; and Imaginatim as so stupid, the only reason she's survived this long is because she was coddled as a child after Conceptilum raised the failures that were Paradoxus, Logixel, and especially Realitus. Unthil always remarks that he's surprised that it was, in fact, Realitus who was dropped as an egg and not her. Conceptilum would constantly try to reassure Unthil that his siblings are just going through a phase and will grow to be great CouncilGods soon enough. Unthil doesn't believe him.
While Unthil has omnipotence^2, it is naturally weaker than his siblings, and knowing the many fates where this lack of physical strength will get him into trouble, he tries to use it only when he’s absolutely sure that his risk for causing casualties is as low as it gets.
Realitus is Conceptilum and Matharin's fourth-created SuperGod. He and his sister Imaginatim are in charge of managing the creation of omniverses and monocosms—objects normally seen as all of reality to those living within them. However, Realitus is very upfront about him being the only SuperGod who should create omniverses as he views his creations as "perfect" and would get incredibly defensive whenever anyone points out flaws in his creations, citing that they need more of an open mind to see the utter perfection in his creations. Imaginatim goes along with this and would sometimes refrain from creating omniverses as it would upset her brother. However, sometimes Imaginatim would somehow just completely forget her conditioning to not make omniverses and create cosmological structures whenever she has any bright new ideas. Often, they stray far away from Realitus' vision on how things "should be" and he often destroys her creations, temporarily upsetting Imaginatim until she forgets.
Realitus has a very strained relationship with all of his brothers. Realitus looks down upon his abrasive brother Paradoxus for his aggressive nature and would often intentionally provoke him for Paradoxus to retaliate and cause an imbalance. Realitus would always claim that Paradoxus has no place in the Council for his destructive ways. Realitus sees Logixel as an idiot since Logixel doesn't take advantage of easily swayed mortal beings and cares too much about them living a good life. Realitus would often appear to mortals that Logixel has saved and convince them to create cult followings dedicated to worshipping him, a big point of contention towards both Paradoxus and Logixel—though for different reasons. Realitus is greatly jealous of Unthil's special treatment from his father—part of the reason why he is so insecure and looks to lower lifeforms to boost his self-worth. He openly considers Unthil his least favourite sibling, and would often criticize Unthil for not warning him of the consequences of Realitus' actions deemed questionable by the rest of the Council.
Arguably, Realitus' worst relationship is between him and his sister Imaginatim, though Imaginatim remains blissfully unaware.
Realitus views mortal beings as mere beings that should worship him as the god he is and would create beings specifically to boost his self-importance. This is a point of contention among all the other SuperGods but Imaginatim, who only sees the situation as Realitus creating more cute lifeforms.
Conceptilum considers Realitus a very troubled entity and worries that his worst failure as a father is his upbringing of Realitus. Unthil "comforts" him by snidely bringing up worse things that Conceptilum has done than let Realitus grow into the brat he is.
Imaginatim is Conceptilum and Matharin's last and fifth-created SuperGod. She and her brother Realitus are in charge of managing the creation of omniverses and monocosms. Despite her task, she rarely takes part in performing it as Realitus would refuse to let her do anything. Imaginatim goes along with her brother's advice to stay away from his creations and refrains from creating omniverses as it would upset her brother. However, sometimes Imaginatim would somehow just completely forget her conditioning to not make omniverses and create cosmological structures whenever she has any bright new ideas. Often, they stray far away from Realitus' vision on how things "should be" and he often destroys her creations, temporarily upsetting Imaginatim until she forgets.
Imaginatim can see through and alter the minds of mortal beings. However, she is very unskilled at mind manipulation and mostly uses the ability to store her zaniest and wackiest ideas in the minds of mortals. She sees this as just the mortals "holding onto the ideas for a bit"—basically the SuperGod equivalent of tasking a goldfish to mentally hold on to skyscraper blueprints. Imaginatim means no harm whenever she does so but like most decisions she makes, she is blissfully unaware of any consequences such as the mortals being mentally overwhelmed by their newly harboured thoughts. Generally, either Unthil or Conceptilum often has to help her undo the mistakes she makes. Realitus is annoyed that Imaginatim does not use her ability to manipulate beings into his favour. Logixel is greatly opposed to the idea of manipulating the minds of mortals and would try to abolish the tactic as a punishment or action done by the Council. Logixel understands that Imaginatim never means any harm whenever she acts but is frustrated that she doesn't learn from her mistakes.
Imaginatim sees all mortal lifeforms as "cute" and would often beg to keep and take care of some very obviously dangerous lifeform that would inevitably imbalance their home as some kind of SuperGod equivalent of a pet.