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Summary

Mythology refers to (or is the study of) the tales created and collected by people across the world to explain nature, history, and customs, and an important part of each culture. It is by all means a fascinating and controversial topic. The stories found in mythologies has inspired many stories and works of today.

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Power of the Verse

The power of mythologies can vary, and often be interpreted differently. It cannot be generalized. While one would argue a god is universal, others would say that it is only planetary, as people back then didn't know how large the universe is. Regardless, mythology can still be powerful, containing beings who can consume everything and everyone in the multiverse, and being gods of infinite size and hax.

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Calculations and Important Threads

Greek/Roman Mythology

The 12 Olympians


Status of 12th Seat Disputed

Titans

Protogenoi

  • The Fates

Daimons

Other Theoi

Monsters

Demigods

Humans

Norse Mythology

Aesir

Vanir

Jötnar

Monsters

Egyptian Mythology

Ogdoad

Ennead

Other Deities

Japanese Mythology/Folklore

Kotoamatsukami

Kami

Yōkai

Humans

Aztec Mythology

Teotl

Chinese Mythology

Deities:

Legendary Beings:

Mesopotamian Mythology

Anunnaki

Other Deities

  • Tiamat

Demigods

Philippine Mythology

Diwata/Anito

Monsters

Australian Aboriginal/Dreamtime Mythology

Deities

Monsters

Manx Mythology

Scottish Mythology/Folklore

English Mythology/Folklore

Humans

Creatures

Irish Mythology

Tuatha De Danann

Demigods

Humans

Monsters

German Mythology

French Mythology

Inuit Mythology

Cherokee Mythology

Navajo Mythology

Iroquois Mythology

Lakota Mythology

Algonquian Mythology

Manitou

Incan Mythology

Arabic Mythology

Colombian Mythology

Romanian Mythology

Persian Mythology

Humans

Monsters

Modern Mythology

Mexican Folklore

Bulgarian Folklore

Vodou

American Folklore

People

Creatures

Fakelore

Congo Mythology

Zulu Mythology

Deities

Monsters

Polynesian Mythology

Hawaiian Mythology

Kupua

Arthurian Legends

Mongolian Mythology

Deities

Monsters

Hebrew Mythology

Slavic Mythology

Deities

Creatures

Humans

Finnish Mythology

Jumala

Mayan Mythology

Basque Mythology

Lithuanian Mythology

Brazilian Mythology

Deities

Monsters

Germanic Mythology

Basque Mythology

Catalan Mythology

Cantabrian/Asturian Mythology

Indian Folklore

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