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 :: Lore :: The Omniverse

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Post by Cain on Thu Mar 20, 2014 10:33 am

The Gods and Fundamental Entities of the Omniverse are quite powerful. They are so powerful that sometimes, a phenomenon called "Power-bleed" can occur. 

Power-bleed is the process by which aspects of Gods and FEs are created. These 'aspects' may be created on Purpose or by accident. Entities created on purpose have a relationship with the function the God or entity performs, are usually just weaker incarnations of the entity (though they can have variable personalities). These entities, such as the Grim Reaper, are representative of a mortal interpretation of that entity, even if no mortal has previously seen the entity in their current life. 

Accidentally created entities take the guise of mortals, and usually exist below the notice of Gods and the FEs. They contain a small portion of power directly related to the parent being's abilities, essentially being as demigods in respect to their power inheritance. However, unlike demigods whom are their own race, Aspects are not a race but rather a state of being. A Human and an Amaranth can both be an aspect, as can a dragon, as can an elf. These accidental aspects are usually founded on a mortal spark, meaning that in order for an aspect to be accidentally created, they must be a part of the natural cycle of reincarnation.

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