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[[Image:Apokolips.jpg|thumb|[[Apokolips]], the home world of [[Darkseid]] in the '''Fourth World''']]
 
[[Image:Apokolips.jpg|thumb|[[Apokolips]], the home world of [[Darkseid]] in the '''Fourth World''']]
The so-called '''Fourth World''' is another [[Known Universes|dimension]],<ref>As told in [[The Seeds of Doom]] (1985).</ref> although some sources refer to it as a "closed [[galaxy]]."<ref>As told in [[The Atlas of the DC Universe]] (1990).</ref> The dominant [[alien]] species of the universe is the [[New Gods]], which are natives of the [[planet]]s '''[[New Genesis]]''' and '''[[Apokolips]]'''.
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The so-called '''Fourth World''' was another [[Known Universes|dimension]],<ref>As told in the [[Super Friends (TV Series)|Superfriends]] [[season 9|season nine episode]] ''[[The Seeds of Doom]]'' (1985).</ref> although some sources refered to it as a "[[galaxy|closed galaxy]]."<ref>As told in the [[DC Heroes]] [[Super Friends games|RPG]] [[Super Friends books|sourcebook:]] ''[[The Atlas of the DC Universe]]'' (1990).</ref> The dominant [[alien|alien species]] of the universe was the [[New Gods]], which were natives of the [[planet]]s '''[[New Genesis]]''' and '''[[Apokolips]]'''.
 
==History==
 
==History==
In this universe, there once was a planet called '''Urgrund''', and it was ruled by a race now known as the '''Old Gods'''. Eventually the planet split into, and two planets formed into what is now known as '''New Genesis''' and '''Apokolips'''.
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In this universe, there once was a [[planet]] called '''[[Urgrund]]''', and it was ruled by a race now known as the '''[[Old Gods]]'''. Eventually the planet split into, and two planets formed into what would become known as '''New Genesis''' and '''Apokolips'''.
 
==[[New Genesis]]==
 
==[[New Genesis]]==
'''New Genesis''' is a world of peace and prosperity. The ruler of the planet is called the '''[[Highfather]]''', who rules a [[Monarchy|kingdom]] of impressive beautiful paradise-like scenery.
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'''New Genesis''' was a [[world]] of peace and prosperity. The ruler of the planet was called the '''[[Highfather]]''', who ruled a [[kingdom]] of impressive beautiful paradise-like scenery.
   
 
==[[Apokolips]]==
 
==[[Apokolips]]==
'''Apokolips''' is ruled by [[Darkseid]]. It is a world of terror and misery. But even Darkseid's lowest and most mistreated servants; the [[Lowlies]], are proud to serve him.
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'''Apokolips''' was ruled by [[Darkseid]]. It was a world of terror and misery. But even Darkseid's lowest and most mistreated servants; the [[Lowlies]], were proud to serve him.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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*[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Fourth_World Fourth World] at the [http://dc.wikia.com/ DC Database]
 
*[http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Fourth_World Fourth World] at the [http://dc.wikia.com/ DC Database]
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_World_(comics) Fourth World] at [http://www.wikipedia.org/ Wikipedia]
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_World_(comics) Fourth World] at [http://www.wikipedia.org/ Wikipedia]
 
 
[[Category:Alternate Universes]]
 
[[Category:Alternate Universes]]
 
[[Category:Realities]]
 
[[Category:Realities]]

Latest revision as of 14:21, November 26, 2018

Apokolips

Apokolips, the home world of Darkseid in the Fourth World

The so-called Fourth World was another dimension,[1] although some sources refered to it as a "closed galaxy."[2] The dominant alien species of the universe was the New Gods, which were natives of the planets New Genesis and Apokolips.

HistoryEdit

In this universe, there once was a planet called Urgrund, and it was ruled by a race now known as the Old Gods. Eventually the planet split into, and two planets formed into what would become known as New Genesis and Apokolips.

New GenesisEdit

New Genesis was a world of peace and prosperity. The ruler of the planet was called the Highfather, who ruled a kingdom of impressive beautiful paradise-like scenery.

ApokolipsEdit

Apokolips was ruled by Darkseid. It was a world of terror and misery. But even Darkseid's lowest and most mistreated servants; the Lowlies, were proud to serve him.

ReferencesEdit

  1. As told in the Superfriends season nine episode The Seeds of Doom (1985).
  2. As told in the DC Heroes RPG sourcebook: The Atlas of the DC Universe (1990).

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