Sprites are a creation of Oryx when he thought that color itself was not evil enough. He quickly began to order his demons to drain the color from the ground and transform them into evil beings known as Sprites which are incarnations of ghost-like abominations. When the number of sprites quickly got out of hand, Oryx ordered the strongest Sprite to become the leader. This Sprite’s name was Limon.
The sages say that the world and everything in it is made of fundamental building blocks, called “Cubes.” The average adventurer is said to be made out of dozens of them, and the world out of millions. The Cubes encountered in Oryx’s realm are manifestations of these primal elements, brought into being as a side-effect of the dark magic Oryx uses to create his worlds. Neither good nor evil, you can receive The Cubes’ favor by leaving them in peace. Initially perplexed by these odd imperfections dotting his worlds, Oryx dismissed them as the result of drinking a little too much wine while creating a realm. He soon realized their potential, however, and taught himself the ability to summon these elements into a lethal hurricane of natural forces, known as the Cube God. He has to be roaringly drunk to create one, however, exhausting a large amount of his wine, which explains why he gets so angry whenever you quell one of these god-like elemental storms.
After being attacked by the warriors for a long time oryx realized that he could use the dead as a weapon, and so with the darkest magic possible he brought to life many of the dead. This created a number of different opponents such as the ghost gods and the skull shrines. Oryx was proud of his inventions and sent many of them to the god lands to keep power against the warriors.
Not satisfied with his current army, Oryx began to drink more wine for extremely powerful minions. Most of those “drunk sessions” failed, and ended up with an overload of gods. Frustrated, furious, and roaringly drunk, he summoned a hurricane of dark energy to revive his killed and annihilated minions. One by one, they rose to their former glory, thus creating the undead. Some unexpected side effects took place, creating the Grotesque. These new recruits were somewhat powerful compared to his lame Hobbit Mages and Elf Wizards. The most powerful of the the three, the Aberrant, Monstrosity, and the Abomination, rose to compete with his greatest Sprite Gods, Archdemon Malphas, and even Oryx’s Simalcrum. They demolished their opponents with sheer force and glory. Since then, Oryx has used these followers to defend his true self and also to collect grapes for his supply of wine. Sometimes he arms them with powerful armor and weapons not fit for the Grosteques. These are occasionally dropped by them, as well as some of Oryx’s precious alcohol.
One day, while Oryx was wandering around unarmored, he came across a mediating (and incredibly fat) man. The man dubbed himself the “Sumo Master” and challenged Oryx to a sumo battle: If Oryx won, he would be his minion. If the Sumo Master won, then Oryx would have to serve him. Eventually, Oryx won(no surprise due to his wines and extreme godly power)and the Sumo Master willfully carried out his duties. From then on, he would use heroes as target practice for himself and his students.
Though many beasts have spawned from the twisted mind of an intoxicated Oryx, none are so fowl as the dreaded Urgle. Once in the midst of nightly wine consumption, Oryx passed his point of tolerance and entered a deep sleep. That night he dreamed of reality, and then subsequently forgot there was such a thing as reality. As Oryx struggled to remember what reality was from within his dream realm, he began to forget the concept of individuality. As a result, he became the entire universe and therefore achieved omniscience. This did not stop him from forgetting what omniscience was and as he struggled to figure himself out he forgot what the universe was. Still omnipotent, he struggled to reinvent the universe as to always remember what he had become. The end result was something truly incomprehensible, to the point that even Oryx found himself frightened of it (Or himself, he forgot which). Of course, Oryx forgot he was dreaming and awoke. The being he so sloppily created within his mind leaped from his head as he arose. Oryx’s first instinct was to blast the entity with magic. When Oryx’s magic ceased to have any effect on the entity, he decided to try a more physical approach by throwing ogres at it. Oryx’s attack proved ineffective as the ogres where brutally pulled inside-out when they hit the entity, merging with it. By the time Oryx was done the entity had built itself a horrible, fleshy blob of a body. Oryx began to charge at the blob but before he got more than a yard away from the blob it spouted luminescent orbs from its pours body. The orbs linked with one another, producing shifting field of energy around the around the Blob. Oryx sensed the power of within this force field and was delightfully impressed at what he had unintentionally created. Oryx dubbed his creation oriphenoixeon-eleel; demonic for “divine bulwark of the prestigious master”. However Oryx was still completely smashed on red wine and muttered the name “Urgle”. Much to Oryx’s dismay, Urgle has become quite the common name for such a creature.
Demons came to the realm of Oryx when Septavius’ life force exploded across the land upon his death. The power of his life force was so strong, that it tore apart ancient barrier between worlds. Quickly, demons spewed from their Abyss, and Oryx realized he could overpower them. So, Oryx marched into the demons’ abyss with his new army of minions, and forced the Archdemon to swear fealty to Oryx. Also, he required Archdemon Malphas’ highest ranking demons to help with the defense of Oryx’s realm, out of the Abyss. This is why you find Red Demons in the surface world, albeit near lava fissures.
Oryx was wandering thorugh his vast realm when he cane a cross a strance black cube. Instinctively, he smushed it. The cubes’ form was thus transformed into a blob. His brain was squished, so he blew up whenever he saw a player, hoping it was Oryx so he could get revenge.
The God Lands hold many powerful beings, that have threatened the human race on Oryx’s realm. The Lesser Gods, although weaker then the prominent demons, still have caused much threat and harm.
The Flayer God is no more then a spy of the great Cthulhu. At the loss of all the human souls on earth, Cthulhu formed the Flayers in a (successful) attempt to continue to consume the souls of man(for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!)
Cthulhu was easily able to fit his Flayers into Oryx’s realm, considering that Cthulhu has way more knowledge and experience he has in comparison to Oryx.
Flayers have gathered the souls of man ever since they entered the realm. Their tentacled and humanoid body resemble Cthulhu, except Flayers are pink and have no wings.
But Cthulhu is hungry. His minions have brought him more then just humans, but also gods. And Cthulhu wishes to eliminate the Mad God, so that he may feast in his underwater home …
Long ago, when the pirates were stronger, there was one lazy bum named Burlo. Burlo did absolutely nothing but drink rum and fall off the ship. Dreadstump eventually forced him to walk the plank. Burlo made it to a uninhabited island, and found a rowboat.
Burlo now lives on that island, drinking homemade rum. He will sometimes adventure outwaters, and enter the Realm’s main island.
The Lesser Gods were all living in a town called Ukkreal [OOK-reel]. They had been irregular citizens with special talents until Oryx attacked their town. Oryx had brainwashed the Lesser Gods and took him to his castle, tricking them into thinking it was Ukkreal’s original home. The Stone Guardians had stabbed their swords into two relics, therefore causing the ground to light up into a red glow. All of a sudden, some members became Minotaurs. Others had become Lizard Gods. More of them became minions of the Lizard God and Undead Orc Warrior, and few have become Shield Orcs. Oryx said, “This is your true calling, town of Ukkreal! To serve ME!” he broke into an evil laugh and scattered the new Lesser Gods across the realms he created. Today, we are forced to kill the Lesser Gods. The Lesser Gods don’t want to kill you, but have to if they don’t want to suffer a brutal death.
As a toddler, Oryx was fascinated in scary stories. When he grew up, his parents told him that the Headless Horseman story was not real. Note that it was his FAVORITE scary story. Oryx threw a temper, causing his parents to run out of the house and abandon their own son, due to his uncontrollable actions.
When Oryx wanted to take over the world, he realized: ‘I can morph anything into my own creation now..’ and remembered the Headless Horseman story. He started by kidnapping a horse and his trainer and taking them to his chamber. He summoned the male Stone Guardian [blue] to slice the head off of the trainer, and he’d do the rest. So the male Stone Guardian did just that and Oryx made it so he can breathe and do everything a normal human can do– but without a head. The trained his horse to be evil, and now the Headless Horseman still roams the realms to this day.
A short time after Oryx came into power, he knew he needed thousands of evil beings to watch over the Realm. With his magic, he created many fearsome things to guard what was his.
After he had slain many adventurers, he decided: why let them go to waste? He brought back the once great warriors, and made them into his slightly rotten ghastly underlings. Skeletons, Demons, and other devilish things rose. He marveled at his “beautiful” creations. He soon realized that there was a huge pile of flesh that was shed when the Skeletons awoke. Oryx said: “Ugh…What to do with you, my pile of meaty deliciousness…” He cast the same spell that awoke the dead. Only, since there was no bone for the flesh to sit upon, it grew eyes and started sliming it’s way around. These things he called Urgles, because of their absolute horrific smell and and extremely ugly bodies.
On a warm summer day the beach bum was enjoying a pina colada in the warm, sandy beach shore. Sipping on his tropical drink, he relaxes in his hammock. “Just another day…” He says casually, and it was. Until he spotted an archer, but this was no regular archer. His bow fired 2 shots, and his armor had more strength than a thousand seashells. He stops and the beach bum is confused, why did he stop? Suddenly a Giant bubble appears from his head. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS MAN? His message read “BEACH BUM HERE TP FOR BEACH OMG SO RARE TROLLZ.” “OH NO!” the beach bum yells. But it’s too late. Hoards of people used some witch craft and teleported to him. “OH SHIT IM BEING SHOT I BETTER STAND STILL SO THEY CAN’T SHOOT ME ANYMORE”. Suddenly the beach bum explodes and out of his guts form a portal to another dimension. The end.
During Oryx’s childhood,his only friend was a small lizard.This lizard served an emotional purpose to Oryx,as all others he loved turned on him,this lizard stayed.
Sadly,as he became an unmatched warrior and leader,his lizard grew ill.As a last-chance effort,he used many light magic powers to cure him and increase his size and strength.With the help of Dr.Terrible,Oryx was able to clone the lizard (he now refers to as the great lizard) and use them in battle.The original lizard still stays with Oryx in his castle as his one-and-only friend.
During a lovely stroll through one of the realms’ lovely forest regions,Oryx came across a lone knight.Oryx was confused on why this knight was not attacking him.The knight stood,revealing his multiple cuts and wounds.He was capable of using dark magic to conjure a majestic steed made of lost souls.His power made townspeople fear him and run him out of his own home.After exchanging some brief hellos,the knight told Oryx of his problem.After hearing the whole story Oryx told the knight of his power and need for better minions.The knight accepted but was not safe just yet.Oryx drew his sword and asked the knight for a duel and as an act of honor,he accepted.One swift blow cut his head clean off.Out of astonishment,Oryx used his own power to replace his head with the nearest living thing,that being a pumpkin.The knight took a liking to this new noggin and was able to conjure his steed with much more precision.After the two left the forest and meet up at Oryx’s castle,the knight was sent to the godlands to slay many adventurers.The lower rank wizards and necromancers nicknamed him the Headless Horseman and he lives up to the name to this day.
Humanity’s mentally impaired, oversized little brother that was banned from the house due to smashing everything. These muscled fellows evolved from a species of mountain climbing apes that were abundant during the age of elemental immortals, learning how to use logs and rocks as tools and a basic understanding of weaving and clothing.
Oryx did not take much of a liking to them at first, as he assumed they would join their equally smelly, smaller human brethren the second they met; It wasn’t until many fights broke out between the races that Oryx added these hairless yetis to his minion list.
They usually travel in nomadic packs across the highlands of the realm, lead by kings who attained dominance entirely through brute force. It was assumed that they would be fierce contenders with the night elves, but night elves usually keep their distance from ogres, if only for their foul B.O. Many ogres have dabbled in basic combat magic in recent years, though they still channel it through their cumbersome wooden clubs.
Don’t let the ogre mage’s hair fool you; There are no female ogres running around in the open realm. Don’t get us wrong, they do exist, it’s just that they are very rare (they beat out the Candy Gnome in obscurity), so one of the many intents of an ogre tribe when they attack you is that they hope you are of the female persuasion; A human female and a male ogre will always make another ogre. Human women are also considered desirable pets for their kings for some insane reason.
Finally, contrary to popular belief, no ogres have ever been recorded to have a scottish accent, or any accent at all, unless one counts the cartoonish tone of voice used by incompetent characters an accent.
It was originally believed that ogres and minotaurs were closely related, but was proven false by a highly intelligent (if somewhat egotistical) huntress, when her excessive studies on two captive subjects were proven incompatible for mating.
The common minotaur originated from the underground of the west-southern continents, where they constructed crude labyrinths within the caves that only they knew the way around, where they would stalk any prey that happened to get lost in these domains (which were surprisingly common).
Oryx was quick to see the potential of these horned beasts as soon as he made his realm, and whisked many of these creatures to the realm to fight alongside other highland monsters, among them being ogres. It is a popular belief among the nexus scholars that Oryx originally gave his minotaurs the ability to summon ogres at will, which gave them the name “ogre god”, a name that was dropped rather quickly after that power mysteriously vanished.
The species is among the weakest of the lesser gods, going for pure brute force as opposed to the use of minions.