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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Original Characters :  Divine Intervention

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Divine Intervention
Divine Intervention
SubmitterObsidianMore Photos from Obsidian   Last Update2018/8/2 5:56
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Obsidian is no stranger to the powers that be, they have known of his exploits for some time. However, in this particular instance, he is not some mere elf but a god, and a very powerful one at that. Apophis was so powerful that he required no worshipers, and is rumored to have existed since before the creation of the universe.  Ra himself needed bodyguards to protect himself from Apophis. In Egyptian mythology, it would often take multiple gods and the faith of vast numbers of followers (no matter what god the worshipped) to vanquish Apophis, and even then he could only be slain for a day. By the next morning, he would rise again to assault Ra.  How then could Obsidian have destroyed the Serpent god and usurped his power?  Immortals are a new player in the game of gods, they are not mortal nor are they gods but something in between. As such, they are candidates for divinity and can be raised in status to gods. Unknown to Apophis is the fact that only the Egyptian gods r mortal ever slew him.  No immortal armed with a relic had ever made the attempt...until now.  Apophis' divine form was that of a great serpent, and standing before several posturing gods Obsidian felt obligated to remind them just how powerful he could be if he so desired.  Having traveled across the vast cosmos and through the myriad of realities he simply cannot tolerate that old idiom "Beyond the understanding of mortals." that gods like to throw out when they don't feel like explaining themselves or just don't want to answer a question. Grandstanding is an attention getter to be sure. The Olympians have much to fear in the presence of "Apophis" in full splendor.  Today at least they'll answer his questions and hope that he leaves in peace.

Note: Even in his mortal form Zeus' lightning is not powerful enough to harm him...but after ten or so...that's another story.

The question, to the relief of the Olympians, is: How do I stop being Apophis? The answer is simpler than you think.

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Posted: 2018/8/5 22:54  Updated: 2018/8/5 22:54
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