Numbers Story - Characters
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These entities persist in the void between Timelines, and are free to enter any Timeline they please (and leave, if they wish).
The primordial deities of the world, comprising the basic geometry upon all else is built. They persist in this world, observing and caring for the individual Timelines, where life has unfolded.
Tiny pieces of the creator deities, born when the world was first crafted. Though they argue amid personal ambition and struggle, a universal truth persists: all wish to preserve and care for Timelines.
These entities live within small sections of Timelines, sequestered from one another. They follow the same overarching world rules and lore, but may have unique adaptations or changes that only apply to their own world.
Unless otherwise stated, all of these universes (as they're called) take place in the Main Timeline.
Powerful Flames imbue their wielders with unique and strange powers, but all pales in comparison to the greater machinations of the gods they worship. Such a mantle has been placed on Peaches, an illiterate farmboy-made-emperor and one of the gods' unwilling inheritors.
Well of Creation
The Well of Creation at the center of the galaxy has long borne gods - Arcanas and Miras. After an experiment to prematurely pull forth a new Arcanas broke the Well, the true birth of the final god has shaken the world to its foundations.
Cities of Ash
The world, in shambles and splinters, has barely survived the apocalypse, heralded by the ritualistic hunting of gods. Now life writhes in the aftermath - as one of the hunters seeks redemption or damnation.
A world of Ants, shattered after the brutal massacre of an entire colony, an act of incomprehensible violence. Whispers abound of the reason behind such an attack, spearheaded by Ink Colony's young and ambitious leader - none guessing it is to force the gods' hands.
The rigid and religious society of the four Courts has ruled the world since the Highers unleashed judgment on the old civilization. Now, it struggles to adapt to the realization that outsiders have survived.
The World-Ender and Herald of Armageddon, Worm, defies their role and fate as spoken by the Source-All. They flee from their duty, stealing glances at the Heart of the World, and long to be capable of change.
Empires spanning galaxies depend on their life-giving stars to provide for them - but can only watch helplessly as espionage, politics, intrigue, and back-stabbing rule the Forum of the Celestials.