This page is to help people better understand the timeline of RPs within the RP universe, as they have not all been published and released in chronological order of events.
∞ Years AgoEdit
- Oblivion is.
Ω Years AgoEdit
- Oblivion isn't.
- The Architect is.
- The Void is.
ℵ0 Years AgoEdit
- The Multiverse is born from The Architect, who seeks to fill the Void around him. This act effectively renders The Architect comatose, as his consciousness remains dormant for many years to come....
- Five fractions of The Architect's essence is scattered across the newborn Multiverse, and eventually they all take on independant identities, becoming five distinct Energies- Primordial Energy, Ignotium Energy, Xalnergy, Absolute Nothingness and The Crimson. The five energies serve as important fundamental components in tying the fabric of Space, Time, Reality and Existence together.
- Five Races- The Council of Life, The Xir'algath, The id, The Collect and The Infinites- are simultaneously self-created from the five energies respectively. This group of races is collectively known as "The Five".
- Each of The Five's given purpose is realized upon their self-creation:
- The Council of Life is tasked with creating, monitering and maintaining lifeforms, planets and universes within The Multiverse.
- The Xir'algath's job is to destroy or imprison certain beings or races in The Multiverse if they were deemed too destructive or unstable to be kept alive.
- The id's purpose is to represent and uphold certain aspects of civilization, philosophy, and nature.
- The Collect's purpose is to develop and maintain an overall moral code for The Multiverse and its inhabitants.
- The Infinites are tasked with the purpose of learning and compiling all scholarly and academic knowledge in The Multiverse.
Next Few Hundreds of YearsEdit
- The Five try to get their bearings as they attempt to uphold and fufill their given purposes, and establish a consistent diplomacy and embassy with one another.
- While they all communicated with each-other, The Xir'algath, Council of Life and Infinites maintain the closest and most constant relationship within The Five. The Collect and The id on the other hand, mostly due to their personal natures, do not often communicate or make personal appearances as frequently, unless they so requested or if the situation was absolutely dire.
- Realizing that they are all very powerful-enough beings independently, The Five unanimously agree to establish a sacred covenant amongst themselves: no two members from different multiversal races would ever interbreed, for the offspring that would spawn from this act could have the potential to bring catastrophic destruction upon the multiverse with the combined abilities of two races.
2 Thousand years laterEdit
- The Five are in an experimental period of time for them and The Multiverse. Each different race has their own preferences and protocols when intervening in mortal affairs. The Council of Life was most active in this regard, assigning angels to mortals that they were tasked with directly protecting as guardians. Meanwhile, The Xir'algath would only appear to mortals if they have to kill them, The id would only appear if they felt like it, The Collect would only appear to mortals to turn them into Vessels, and The Infinites secretly observed them for the sake of study.
- The Five try to figure out what is best for The Multiverse and how they should rule it. The Council of Life creates several experimental beibgs during this time. Among them them included Synthetic Angels - angelic beings which were artificially created.
- The Council of Life decides to create The Shadow King, as a natural fundamental counterwait to the Light in an attempt to maintain an autonomous philosophical balance in The Multiverse. However, The Shadow King becomes too ambitious and attempts to corrupt the entire Multiverse with his darkness. Seeing the error in their ways, The Council of Life opts to imprison The Shadow King in Shadowspace.
- The Collect begins the construction of Ironbolt Penitentiary, a "Passion Project" of his.
- An unseen tension arises between The Council of Life and Xir'algath. What exactly the leaders of both races are at odds with each-other over is not publically known, but privately the dispute concerns Taghiat Quasia, the scandalous spawn of Kreel and The Grand Seraphim, who had forned a secret affair prior. Kreel wants to reveal the truth, while The Grand Seraphim is trying to cover it up, remordefully regretting the act of creating Taghiat.
- Meanwhile, A feud also begins between two id: Itritus and Null. It is some dispute about id abilities and the ramifications of them. Their animosity towards each-other also has something to do with The offspring (Krito Fer).
- The tense rivalry between The Council of Life and Xir'algath finally erupts, when Taghiat Quasia initiates an attempted conquest of The Multiverse, with the entire Xir'algath race backed behind him. The goal of The Xir'algath is to be the sole ruling race of The Multiverse.
- At the same time, Swordbreaker sides with The Xir'algath against Irritus.
- The Infinites, seeking self-preservation, form an alliance with The Xir'algath and provide them with resources, betraying The Council of Life.
- The Collect completes Ironbolt's construction by this point. Following a series of experiments regarding Absolute Nothingness, and a mysterious artifact known as The Anchor in the first-ever universe to die, The Collect suddenly and mysteriously vanishes. At the time, they are believed to have been killed by The Xir'algath or suffered some other similar fate.
- The Events of Angels and Demons: The Fall take place. The important events of note are:
- Archangel Donatello, one of the most powerful angel warriors and commander-in-chief of The Council of Life's military, leads a charge against The Xir'algath with an army of Powers, Israfel and the Breakers by his side, with some assistance by a wizard from The Council of Wizards named Ryen. Suddenly overwhelmed by The Xir'algath, the angels are routed and forced to retreat.
- In a moment of desperation, Donatello submerges himself in The Chao Umbra, and absorbs an immense amount of pure Xalnergy in an attempt to gain enough power to defeat The Xir'algath. Donatello's power is significantly increased by the Xalnergy, but it also soon corrupts him.
- Eventually Driven mad by The Xalnergy, Donatello uses his powers to corrupt The Five Heavenly Kings(The Magician, The Emperor, The Wheel of Fate, The World and The Moon), transforming them into monstrous demons. A large number of lesser angels are corrupted with Xalnergy as well, and Donatello uses them as his personal army as he sides with The Xir'algath against The Council of Life in a demonic uprising.
- After a certain period of battling, The Five Heavenly Kings, along with Israfel, Daemonium and all the other demons, are eventually cast out of The Realm of Life by Archangel Michael and Raphael. They are banished to the realm of Icelnebratia, a pit within The Realm of Death that acts as a prison for the fallen angels.
- Realizing that a being is needed to be put in place to guard Icelnebratia and keep its prisoners in check, Raphael is about to volunteer himself. However an angel named Errapel, Raphael's long-time friend, speaks up and volunteers before him, and she instead is put in place as the guard of Icelnebratia.
- The Xir'algath are eventually defeated, when the High Archangels of The Council of Life form The Sacred Seal to banish The Xir'algath from most of The Multiverse and render their Queen in a semi-comatose state. The Xir'algath are now barred from entering any of the higher-tier universes in The Multiverse, restricted to the lower-tier for a very long time.
- Archangel Donatello flees persecution by The Council of Life and goes into hiding, forming The Ancient Order Of The Dark Lords to use as a personal army on place of his fallen angel army.
- Swordbreaker goes into hiding as well, as Irritus attempts to track him down.
- Archangel Cassiel, Breaker of Souls, one of Donatello's once-closest comrades, resigns from his role in The Council of Life, as he goes into self-imposed exile and embarks on a search for Donatello as he tries to bring him to justice.
- The Construction of Whitegate Fortress is initiated by The Council of Life.
Nine Billion Years AgoEdit
- Angered at The Infinites for their failure, The Xir'algath betray them and wipe out most of the race, taking all their technology for themselves. A small number of the race manages to survive and escape however, and realign themselves with The Council of Life as they began the long and slow process of rebuilding their civilization.
- After many years of searching, Cassiel finally tracks down Donatello. In their final battle, Leonardo defeats Donatello and imprisons him in the newly-constructed Whitegate Fortress, making him its first and highest-profile inmate. Unable to directly run the Dark Lord organization anymore, Donatello gives a portion of his power to his closest lieutenant Israfel, who becomes the new leader and Second Dark Lord, starting a dynasty of future Dark Lords down the line.
- The next Dark Lords that will follow afterwards over time are Artemis , Madeleine and Bartholomew.
- Swordbreaker soon afterward follows Donatello's fate, as he himself is imprisoned in Whitegate a short time later.
- The Xir'algath go to war with a race known as "The Immortals" in a lower-tier universe. During the conquest, The Xir'algath see the Immortals' impressive prowess in battle. So instead of just wiping out their entire race, The Xir'algath decided to absorb them into their empire as a branch of their army. The Immortals were given all the weapons, technology and resources of The Infinites, and became known as "The Infinite Empire", working under The Xir'algath's employment.
- Zalas Quobb, an Immortal-Xir'algath hybrid, is instated as the Infinite Empire's leader.
- The Council of Life encounters a sentient star that desires a living body. They form a pact which entails that The Council would create a body for the star, in exchange for the star's services as a warrior. The contract is signed, and the star becomes a synthetic angel named Ayet, "That Which Glares From The Sun". Over time, Ayet and Archangel Raphael bond with each-other in battle, becoming close comrades and Brothers-in-Arms.
The following pieces of history take place in the Prime Universe:
The civilization and empire of Atlantis falls. It is believed that The Celestials may have played a role in this event, as the first-ever recorded contact between humans and Celestials had occured just before Atlantis' demise
- The Celestials declare independence from their Creators, The Exiebicuus, and overthrow them. The entire Exiebicuus race is nearly destroyed in this conflict.
- Towards the end of the Celestial uprising, The Elder Sage, The Exiebicuus' leader, designs and creates an entirely new line of androids in an attempt to restore and enforce order: The Sentience-Emulating Robotic-Automaton (SERA). However, the creation of these androids came too late, as the rebellion had ended by the time of their construction. So, The Elder Sage instead implements the SERA as universal peace-keeping law enforcement androids.
- King Ramses II of Egypt is born on Earth.
- In a fight with Saami tribes to the north, Kunini tribes, united under the rule of charismatic leader Halmi, form a larger confederation of tribes in order to push them out of Kunini land. Seeing the benefits of uniting as such, the tribes banded together to form the new nation that would eventually become what we know as Helmitki Kunin in Eastern Europe.
- At age 25, Ramses II ascends the throne as the next pharaoh of Egypt.
- Learning of beings in the Kingdom of Helmitki Kunin that wear magical jewelry which grants them mystical abilities, King Ramses II orders the most gifted of magicians in his kingdom to replicate what the Helmitki Kunini were doing. To this end, they forge a magical Ankh necklace, imbued with dark magic and other sorcery and drawing upon the power of the Heavenly King known as The Emperor. The magicians inform Ramses II that as long as he wears the necklace, he would have immortality and wield the power and forces of the desert itself, but at a small cost: his humanity. Ramses II, however, is not concerned by such things.
- Using his new magical powers, Ramses II led several military expeditions into the Levant, reasserting Egyptian control over Canaan. He also led expeditions to the south, into Nubia, commemorated in inscriptions at Beit el-Wali and Gerf Hussein. The early part of his reign was focused on building cities, temples, and monuments. He established the city of Pi-Ramesses in the Nile Deltaas his new capital and used it as the main base for his campaigns in Syria.
- Ramses II enjoys his power, but as the Magicians had warned him he begins losing his humanity.
- Towards the end of his life, Ramses II becomes obsessed with his claim to be divine(most likely fueled by The Emperor's influence on his mind) and with ensuring that his reputation would survive his death. His victories increased Egypt's wealth, but his building projects over-stretch the treasury.
- At age 91, the Egyptian people begin to suspect that Ramses II was using some type of sorcery to achieve eternal life, as living that long was highly unatural in this era. And of course that was the case. They storm Ramses II's temple, and separate the Ankh from the pharaoh's body before assassinating and finally killing him. However, just before his death Ramses II had performed a magical ritual to bind his soul to the Ankh, and cursed anyone and anything besides himself to wear it to have their lifeforce drained and their body possesed by his Ka.
- The Mummy of Ramses II is buried in a tomb in the Valley of the Kings. The Ankh, however, is stored away in a secret temple.
- The following years see many clashing groups fight amongst each-other as they attempt to find Ramses II's Ankh and achieve immortality themselves; but to no avail. The
- Eventually, after a certain period time the Ankh somehow ends up in Helmitki Kunini ruins. The Ankh amulet, its location and its legend is eventually forgotten, lost to time as it collects dust in the ancient ruins.
- Helmitki Kunin launches a campaign south, in order to claim territory from the northernmost of Scythian people. After many battles, they cemented control on the territory, now Helmitki Scythi, after making the Scythians surrendered.
- The Fight that cements claim on the coast of what is now the White Sea, starting the Kunini claim over the territory they would come to call Helmitki Russi
- After receiving a prayer from Solomon in Jerusalem to save a lad from a demon named Ornias that was harrassing him, Archangel Michael decides to make a rare intervention in mortal affairs. He presents to Solomon a ring with the Sacred Seal branded on it, which enables him to command demons.
- Solomon lends the ring to the lad who, by "throwing" the ring at Ornias, stamps him with the seal and brings him under control. Then Solomon orders Ornias to take the ring and similarly imprint the demon Beelzebul.
- With Beelzebul and every demon serving him now enslaved by Solomon and under his command, Solomon used his ring to force them all to construct the Temple of Jerusalem. Beelzebul then reveals that he was formerly the highest ranking guardian angel in The Council of Life, before Donatello corrupted him. In the following years, Solomon would travel the land and enslave many other demons.
- What ultimately became of the enslaved demons and namely the Ring of Solomon remains unknown for many years afterward.
- Wishing for more territory in the south, the new king of Helmitki Kunin launched a second campaign into Scythian land, claiming more territory for the province of Helmitki Scythi after a relatively close war against them.
- In faraway Media, a young woman named Sarah prays for death in despair. The demon of lust, Asmodeus, abducts and kills every man Sarah marries on their wedding night before the marriage can be consummated. Archangel Raphael, disguised as a human, is sent to heal Tobit and free Sarah from the demon.
- Tobit's son, Tobias is sent by his father to collect money that the elder has deposited in distant Media. Raphael presents himself as Tobit's kinsman, calling himself" Azariah", and offers to aid and protect Tobias. Under Raphael's guidance, Tobias journeys to Media with his dog.
- Along the way, while washing his feet in the river Tigris, a fish tries to swallow his foot. By the angel's order, Tobias captures it and removes its heart, liver and gall bladder.
- Upon arriving in Media, Raphael tells Tobias of the beautiful Sarah, whom Tobias has the right to marry. The angel instructs the young man to burn the fish's liver and heart to drive away the demon when he attacks on the wedding night.
- The two marry, and the fumes of the burning organs drive the demon to Upper Egypt, where Raphael follows and binds him. Sarah's father had been digging a grave to secretly bury Tobias under the assumption that he would be killed. Surprised to find his son-in-law alive and well, he orders a double-length wedding feast and has the grave secretly filled. Since the feast prevents him from leaving, Tobias sends Raphael to recover his father's money.
- After the feast, Tobias and Sarah return to Nineveh. There, Raphael tells the youth to use the fish's gall to cure his father's blindness. Raphael then reveals his identity and returns to The Realm of Life, and Tobit sings a hymn of praise.
- A battle which gives Kunini claim over the northern coast of modern day Estonia occurs, and the conquest of Helmitki Esti, another Kunini province, begins.
- At the city of Helgira, the Kunini forces narrowly beat out those of Ugrian tribes, where they alliance of tribes surrendered and ceded claim of the territory soon to be known as Helmitki Ugri to Helmitki Kunin.
- Territories in the south of the empire stage a rebellion against the king, under the command of a rebellious general and with influence from the Scythian nomad tribes to the south. The battle lasts for months, before the empire wins, bringing Helmitki Scythi back into its folds, as well as more territory south of the former border.
329- 327 BCEdit
- The "Crisis of The King's Successors" occurs between Princess Kah-nri and former king’s uncle, Nikohnas, over who would rule after the death of King Kadza, who had no male heir. Princess wins, becoming the first Queen of Helmitki Kunin and securing that women of the royal family could rule.
- A fight over the islands west of the Helmitki Kunin main province occurs, culminating on the island closest to the mainland shore. In winning the fight, the Queen took the islands in the eastern Baltic, forming the new province Helmitki Ili out of the small lands.
Helmitki Balti is conquered
- The Battle of the North Shore commences, and is the start of the campaign to conquer Helmitki Lapi
- King Keddagsadz ascends the throne of Helmitki Kunin, becoming the newest and final king of the civilization.
- Keddagsadz orders the construction of a crown with the power to use ten different gemstones at a time. The artisans warn him that this device could be very unstable and have devastating consequences. But Keddagsadz ignores the warning, and proceeds the commission for the crown's construction.
- The accounts of Helmitki Kunin's history stop after 417, shortly after the time considered to be the supposed date of the crown's creation.
- The creation of the crown leads to the destruction of the kingdom, which almost completely, suddenly and mysteriously vanishes. While most people died in the ensuing chaos, a select few of the kingdom's inhabitants, including Keddagsadz himself, are sent into a very deep state of hibernation that lasts for over 1500 years.
- Sancte Michael et exercitus Dei(The Army of Saint Michael), a mortal society of holy mercenaries dedicated to serving The Council if Life, is founded.
- The newest Dark Lord is born, when a mortal human test subject in an experiment by The Exiebicuus is exposed to a significant amount of Xalnergy. He breaks free from The Exiebicuus and takes over the Dark Lord order.
- Arkan Sol is born in Western Ireland. Throughout his early life, he strives to find the secret to eternal life.
- At age 23, Arkan finds a way to travel to the mythical land of Tìr na Nòg. Here, he meets and studied under many different Fae creatures, learning their magic.
- Æhnyir is born.
- After what seems to be one year of study in Tìr na Nòg(but was in fact 100 years on Earth), Arkan returns home, with a magic spell that would prevent his aging...for a time.
- Next, he goes to France to learn the alchemical and the arcane arts from doctors there. In this time, he learns how to make himself functionally immortal.
- Arkan travels the known world, learning the magics of the world in nearly every civilization.
- After visiting many other places, Arkan returns to Tìr na Nòg, where he starts to learn the darker magics of The Fae.
- Æhnyir, now a Spellsword, is in the process of attempting to enchant his blade, when he accidentally inputs too much mana. This creats a chain reaction that magically transports him to the realm of Icelnebratia.
Here, he meets The Magician, another of The Five Heavenly Kings. The Magician, being trapped and embedded inside a block of stone, presents Æhnyir with a deal: he would share a portion of his demonic power with him, in exchange for his freedom and residence within Æhnyir's body. Errapel, Icelnebratia's guard saw this as a threat but deeply inside cares for the Æhnyir. So, she presents a contract of her own to him and soon finds herself sharing her power with the Æhnyir, hiding in his body and making sure that The Magician would not break free from his body.
- Throughout the following hundreds of years, Errapel is in a constant war against The Magician within the body and mind of Æhnyir, trying her best to keep Æhnyir safe from possesion.
1136 - 1199 ADEdit
- Somewhere in this time period, Godrick is born. However in a gruesome twist of ehehts, his mother dies before he even exits her womb.
- Later in life, The Collect transforms Godrick into a Vessel, and his body is bound within a suit of armor with horrifying effects and abilities. He becomes Vessel #13C, "The Cursed Knight".
- Hydronicus is born. Later at age 20, he joins the Army of Saint Michael.
- The Council of Life senses that The Magician had escaped Icelnebratia, but where he was they were unsure. Archangel Gabriel contacts a mortal man named Amadeus Gregia, showing him prophetic visions of what could happen if The Magician was not found and captured. They were visions of Earth in an apocalyptic state. The world was ravaged by death and disease, consumed by an inferno of misery. However, Amadeus misinterprets these visions as being his destiny which he must fulfill, convinced that the world was full of sinners that must be purged. Amadeus would begin his work in training with magic and martial arts, finally finding his perceived "calling"
- The Black Death breaks out in italy, and The Cult of The Plague Doctors was subsequently founded by Amadeus and based in Florence.
- In this time, The Plague Doctors carry out their given mission by Amadeus. They assassinate people, and present false "cures" to some of their desperate patients which actually killed them faster.
- The events of Pestilence transpire. The highlighted moments of importance are:
- Arkan, Æhnyir and a wizard named Rohan meet when they stumble upon a corpse in the streets of Florence with a magical seal branded on the victim's chest.
- Hydronicus, sent by The Army of Saint Michael to investigate the body, joins up with the trio as they attempt to decipher the seal. After conducting research, it was concluded to be "The Seal of Pestilence", which could cause dastardly destruction if not broken in time.
- Godrick encounters the group, and fights them as he mistakes them for "Heretics". After being talked down, Godrick relates his prior encounter with Amadeus and the Plague Doctors, and how he mistook the trio to be in league with the cult.
- Connecting the dots, the group realizes that the plague doctors were behind the Seal of Pestilence, and they decide to do investigating to find out the Plague Doctors' plans and how to stop them.
- At this point, they encounter a "Saint" named Raphael. When a demon appears and attacks them, Raphael reveals himaelf actually be Archangel Raphael, and he vanquishes the demon.
- This causes something to snap in Godrick, who starts going berserk and trying to murder everyone. Raphael is forced to kill Godrick.
- Æhnyir is suddenly kidnapped, and brought to the temple of The Plague Doctors. Here, it appeared that they were trying to sacrifice Æhnyir as part of a ritual. As Amadeus is seemingly about to stab Æhnyir with a dagger, Arkan and Rohan and Hydronicus bust in at the last moment to help rescue their friend and stop the Plague Doctors' plans.
- Æhnyir kills Amadeus by stabbing him with the sacrificial dagger. This awakens The Magician's spirit which takes over Æhnyir's body. Using the legendary Ring of Solomon which had heen tracked down and recovered after so many centuries, a Plague Doctor separated The Magician's spirit from Æhnyir and bonded to Amadeus' body instead. The Magician, now free and in control of Amadeus' body, begins to wreak havoc and destroy everything near him.
- After a long and hard battle which took the combined efforts of all the heroes to survive, Hydronicus sacrificed himself to banish The Magician back to Icelnebratia and break the Seal of Pestilence, saving the world. Part of Hydronicus' soul was bonded to his left behind armor, while the other half as well as his physical body resided in Icelnebratia as its new guardian.
- Errapel, now having more influence in Æhnyir's body decided to form an arrangement in which both she and Æhnyir had equal amounts of control over their body. Merging their consciousnesses together, they became "Seeker". Despite Raphael's pleas for Errapel to return to The Council of Life, she politely declines and instead opts to stick with Æhnyir, at least for the time being.
- As the group parted ways, Rohan finds himself alone. Suddenly, he mysteriously disappears as he is transported forward in time.
- The CIA is founded.
- The Cold War begins
- Plague Doctor cultists based in Russia begin working on secret technologies and superweapons in an attempt to conquer America and gain a greater influence.
- Comrade Bolezn', a head russian scientist and current leader of The Plague Doctor cult, begins work to free the Heavenly King known as "The World". However, a chance reunion between Arkan and Æhnyir puts a stop to Bolezn's plans and he and The World are defeated and killed. The current plague doctor cultists, now more reliant on technology and weapons rather than magic, are easy to defeat.
- A company known as Chem-X, a chemical and pharmaceutical research company, is founded as a front for the Plague Doctor Cult's operations. It soon becomes one of the most powerful, influential and wealthiest companies in the world.
- Sam Wilson, a prisoner at Ironbolt, is converted into a Leadhead Unit.
The events of The First Resistance transpire. The important details of note are:
- The Sacred Seal is suddenly broken. Who or what is behind it is unknown, but it is most likely a traitor from within The Council of Life.
- Meanwhile, a scientist named Konstrictor completes the construction of a war robot named Hydron, plated with the knight armor of Hydronicus.
- The Xir'algath, upon their freedom, immediately invade the Council of Life-sanctioned planet of Lamurix.
- Ayet and Archangel Donatello arrive to defend the planet's citizens from The Xir'algath.
- Several beings- Jonathan Servastus, Martha, Eric, Ciestaal, Styrke, Truth, Inhlenor, Surius, Hydron and Kyran- along with Raphael and Ayet- team up with the High Archangels of the Council of Life to defeat The Xir'algath.
- Eventually, Ayet suddenly goes insane and tries to kill everyone. Michael summons the Three Sealers, who imprison Ayet in Whitegate fortress and use him as a living battery for the prison.
- Later, Jonathan loses his left arm and sufferes other severe injuries in his heroic act of sacrifice when catches a bomb. Jonathan unergoes intense surgery which sees him gain a new robotic arm and cybernetic implants. Ciestaal dies in the process of trying to heal Jonathan.
- The nanobots implanted in Jonathan soon malfunction, rewiring his brain and drastically altering hos mind. Jonathan goes insane, and he becomes The Gamemaster.
- The Gamemaster, in a psychotic episode, kills Dr. Zed and Martha and dismantles Hydron, before Eric joins him and they flee from the others.
- The Gamemaster appears before The Xir'algath with an offer: he first would be allowed to "have his fun" and spread chaos, and when he died The Xir'algath could resume their invasion. The Xir'algath agree to this(seeing that The Gamemaster's actions could weaken the universe against their invasion), and everyone else is left confused as The Xir'algath withdraw their forces from Lamurix.
- A six-year-old boy, living in a war-torn third world country on Earth, witnesses the brutal execusion of his parents by invaders from a neighboring faction.
- Fleeing the horrific scene, the boy runs through the jungles for about an hour, before stumbling upon a plague doctor temple. The residing Plague Doctors of the temple, taking pity on the poor boy, decide to take him in and teach him their ways. This boy would then given the religious name of "Alistair Spencer" by the cult.
- Sadie Volara is born
- Mark Mcneil is born on the planet of Spherus Magna.
- Alistair, now a grown man and an initiate in the plague doctor cult, is sent on a mission to steal chemicals from an abandoned factory.
- At the factory, Alistair's entire team is stealthily killed by an unknown figure. Before he knows it, Alistair is the last remaining plague doctor on his team.
- Christine Warren, a newly minted CIA agent, then appears before Alistair and they engage in a fierce battle. By the end, Christine detonates a bomb and Alistair is caught in a chemical explosion.
- Barely clinging to life, Alistair's body is recovered by the Plague Doctors and they attempt to restabilize him and revive him. However they initially fail and Alistair dies.
- A mysterious agent sent by the CIA appears, and revives Alistair with a mysterious serum. Alistair is then operated on and outfitted with a life support/combat suit, becoming The Plague Doctor. He quickly ascends the ranks of his cult, eventually becoming their new leader.
- Sadie Volara's entire family is massacred by The Gamemaster, who then kidnaps her and makes her his servant. Sadie's brother Elias unknowingly survives, having hidden away. Both siblings presume each-other to have died for many years onward.
- Eventually, after dealing with 6 years of cruel treatment by The Gamemaster, Sadie finally snaps. She unlocks her shadow powers and uses them to brutally slash The Gamemaster's chest open with shadow blades, seemingly killing him. Sadie then escapes from The Gamemaster's mansion.
- On her way out, Sadie discovers the long-neglected remains of Hydron's dismantled body. She recovers them and later rebuilds and reactivates Hydron.
- Hydron, after serving as Sadie's guardian for a year, suddenly changes as his coding is mutated by a dormant computer virus that The Gamemaster had implanted in him long ago. Hydron goes AWOL and runs away, striming out on his own as a mercenary of the criminal underworld.
- Adam Stone, after only his first "mission", is burned alive by a villain and left for dead. Surviving the ordeal, he becomes the suoer-powered vigilante known as Cellulitis.
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- Events similar to those described in the RP "Conduit: Race For Power" transpire. Below is a timeline of noteworthy events:
- May 23:
- Jeffrey McKenyon, an anthropologist in his early twenties, excavates an old piece of paper detailing how to activate the long-dormant Conduits of Helmitki Kunin.
- June 4:
- Jeffrey performs the ritual at the summit of a mountain as described by the paper, but it seemingly fails when nothing happens at first.
- June 5:
- However, the ritual turns out to have actually succeeded, when people from all over the world arrive at the summit, drawn to it by their now-activated Conduits. Meanwhile, Keddagsadz and several other Helmitki Kunini reawaken from their own long slumber as well, with the performance of the ritual somehow distuebing their hypersleep.
- Christine Warren, meanwhile, also discovers that her own Conduit has reawakened. She immediately assembles a team of agents to help her investigate the mysterious activities surrounding the Conduits and hopefully gain more of her own.
- From there, Jeffrey and the group who met him embark on an expedition around the world, searching ruins for other clues.
- Along the way, however, there are some hardships or losses. In a confrontation with Jeffrey and his group, Christine warren ends up shooting Justin in the head, seemingly kiiling him. However, with the power of his aquamarine conduit he secretly survives, and escapes to explore on his own once the others had left.
- Christine narrowly escapes Jeffrey and the others, and she and the CIA continue to pursue them throughout their adventure.
- By the end, after finishing their brief fight with Keddagsadz, the group is suddenly cornered by Christine and the CIA. Suddenly however, Justin arrives and injures Christine with a gunshot to the shoulder as payback. He then displays the Ankh of Ramses II, which he had discovered when exploring old ruins.
- Justin dons the Ankh, and after a brief fight he becomes overtaken by the Ankh's power and is transformed into a mummified husk, bound to the curse which Ramses II had put on the Ankh long ago.
- Jeffrey and the group soon depart from Helmitki Kunin, leaving Keddagsadz and several other inhabitants to their own devices. Things don't end up working out for them however, and all but Keddagsadz die off due to their failure to properly adapt to modern times.
- May 23:
September, 2018 ADEdit
- The events of "Arena Battle!" transpire. The important events of note are:
- Five warriors- Scrapper, Kirodai, The Controller of Ice, Tarkur and Keddagsadz(Now going under the alias of "Kad") volunteer to compete in a gladiatorial tournament created by The Gamemaster known as "Arena Battle!", which is being held in Arena Magna on the planet of Spherus Magna. The warriors sign up, each with reasons of their own for joining, and soon find themselves riding a transport bus to the arena.
- After a lengthy bus ride, which mainly consists of banter and jabbing between the warriors, they arrive to the newly renovated Arena Magna, and after a brief tour they retire to The Barracks to unpack and situate themselves.
- Soon, the opening ceremony and first match occurs, between Tarkur and the Controller of ice. Tarkur wins this fight, to The Controller of Ice's sore dismay.
- Two last-minute fighters are introduced into the competition. The first is Leadhead, making a dramatic entrance into the arena. And the second is Mark Mcneil, making an embarrassing entrance as he faceplants on the ground. The two new warriors go back to the Barracks with the others.
- A few more other matches between some other warriors occur afterwards, with not many interesting events transpiring during this period.
- That is, until a ninja sneaks into the Barracks at night, and makes an attempt on Tarkur's life. The ninja is unmasked and revealed to be Eric, who hints that The Controller of Ice had been the one who hired him. Distrust begins to stir among the warriors.
- A match between Mark and Scrapper is held. Mark is unfairly beaten by Scrapper and nearly killed by the bullet wounds he receives. Mark's broken body is carried out of the arena under the guise of him being "sent home", and is then secretly experimented on by The Gamemaster as he attempts to recreate "Project: Ultimate".
- A few days later, a rematch is called between Tarkur and The Controller of Ice. Tarkur refuses, and The Gamemaster snaps at him, finally showing his true colors to the warriors as his hands are wrapped around Tarkur's throat.
- The Gamemaster confesses to being behind every mysterious event that the warriors had encountered in the arena, as well as the entire show and all its spectators not even existing in the first place. And in an even stranger twist of events, Scrapper betrays the other fighters, defecting to The Gamemaster's side.
- A brief brawl occurs, before The Gamemaster subsequently traps all the other warriors, trying to force them to fight each-other to the death. They outsmart the loop Gamemaster, however, and manage to free themselves. The Gamemaster retreats into the Arena's underground laboratory, and the warriors follow down after him in hot pursuit.
- After fighting past a mutated Eric and navigating through the underground lab, the warriors finally catch up with the Gamemaster, who then reveals Berserker, the product of his experiments on Mark. Berserker is released by The Gamemaster in his final attempt to kill the warriors once and for all.
- Berserker, however, proves to be an unpredictable, destructive and unstable foe, and his release from containment ends up also backfiring on The Gamemaster when Berserker clobbers Scrapper and lays waste to the laboratory during the fight.
- Berserker is defeated after a long and drawn-out battle, with a few casualties among the warriors including Kad and Tarkur, who sacrificed their lives to defeat him. The structural damage caused by the fight causes the Arena to crumble down, and The Gamemaster makes a hasty escape with Scrapper through a portal, teleporting to Earth. Meanwhile, the remaining warriors and Mark(now returned to normal) manage to escape the toppling arena just in time.
- Leadhead gives Mark a flair gun as a parting gift, telling him to use it if he ever needed him again. Then he, Mark and The Controller of Ice say their goodbyes, parting ways at least for the time being.
- Meanwhile, unbeknownst to anyone else, beings watch these events transpire from afar.
- One is Zalas Quobb who orders his assistant Haaki Shomfa to collect a sample of Mark's DNA from the arena's ruins.
- The other is an id known as Symphony, who had secretly watched and observed the entire tournament without anyone even being aware of her presence.
These are RPs in which some of their characters and events that take place are canon to the Mctoran-Verse, but not eactly within the same context of the entire original RP itself:
- In between the events of The First Resistance and Arena Battle, events similar to those of an RP named Conduit: Race for Power take place, diverging primarily where Justin's Golden Ankh was destroyed by King Keddagsadz in the original. In the "main" universe, such things didn't happen or was slightly changed. Some of the characters from this RP reappear later in multiple RPs in this universe.(Those characters being Justin, Christine Warren, Edwardo Syd, and King Keddagsadz)
However, Conduit: Race for Power itself is an isolated story, and its creator has wished for it not to be considered as an official part of the timeline.
- 2059: Big in Japan is a story that takes place roughly simultaneously to 2059: The Superhero Revolution. Some of the characters, events, and actions taking place within this story are called refernced in other parts of the timeline, however the events are out of order for when they theoretically should have occurred in the source material, and some of its characters and events directly contradict the preestablished canon, leaving the RP in a semi-cannon state.
- This RP was originally supposed to be an interquel that took place between the events of Death Race and 2059: The Superhero Revolution, and was intended to show what events took place during the 40-year gap between these two RPs. However, since there were some details that contradicted the preestablished canon, and since the RP fell through, and since the GM was not present to run it, it has been since retconned.
However, certain characters and their plots in this RP are still canon to the greater Mctoran-Verse, since they have consequences on the events of RPs that take place later on The Timeline.
This RP was based off of Ruh's Ironbolt lore in The Mctoran-Verse. Supposed to have taken place roughly 50 years before the events of Arena Battle, it would have revolved around several prisoners of Ironbolt being released from containment following a mysterious "Blackout", and evading capture by the Chassis units patrolling the prison with only the most rudimentary and basic of weapons for self-defense. The RP also would have featured the character of Samuel Wilson before he became Leadhead, and quite possibly would have also shown how exactly Sam came to be converted into a Leadhead Unit in the first place.
Majestic League(Shadowrockboy ver.)Edit
Although the Majestic League RP technically did happen, it was originally supposed to have been GMed by Shadowrockboy190, who came up with the RP's concept and published the signups thread himself in the first place. However he ended up disappearing before the RP began, so Mctoran took executive action to start and GM the entire RP himself Shadowrockboy's vision of what Majestic League would have been like, as well as what directions the plot would gone, are likely very different from what actually happened in the official RP, as Shadowrockboy and Mctoran never discussed the RP's plot prior to Shadowrockboy's disappearance. Therefore, Shadowrockboy's version of Majestic League is considered as an entirely separate RP, which was never able to see the light of day.