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{{Quote|Show me again the power of the darkness, and I'll let nothing stand in our way. Show me, Grandfather, and I will finish what you started.|[[Kylo Ren]] promising to finish [[Darth Vader]]'s (and by default the [[Sith]]'s) original mission.}}
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'''Muses''' are characters who inspire others. Normally seen as positive, Muses can easily become negative if twisted in a manner similar to [[:Category:Genies|Genies]]. Often appearing to individuals or [[:Category:Organization|Organizations]], a Muse inspires them via horrific events of circumstance.
   
{{Quote|I'm cruel? No. I am the light of salvation! Billion people on this planet shall go do the same thing I did, because '''I am the salvation'''. And everything I do, will encourage people of my new world, will encourage people of my new world.|[[Emperor Tathagata Killer]]}}
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A good example of a Muse is someone who performs misdeeds others take as inspiration for their work, whether they become copycats or something else entirely (such as horror writers gaining inspiration from [[:Category:Demon|Demons]] or [[:Category:Satanism|Satanism]] that showed grotesqueries used in their work).
A Muse is a character who inspires others, normally seen as positive a Muse can easily become negative if twisted in a similar manner to an Evil Genie - often appearing to an individual or group a Muse inspires them, often via horrific events of circumstances.
 
   
A good example of a villainous Muse is someone who performs grisly misdeeds, which another characters take as inspiration in their work - whether they become a "copycat" or something else entirely (such as horror writers gaining inspiration from demons who show them grotesque or frightening imagery - which they use in their work).
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Muses will see their misdeeds as a type of art and share their "gifts" with those unfortunate enough to be around them. Usually they are feared by everyone around them due to idolizing things traditionally seen as taboo in society, though exceptionally twisted or desperate individuals may willingly call upon such Muses when in need of inspiration (as seen in the quote above).
   
Often a villainous Muse will see their misdeeds as a type of art and share their "gifts" with those unfortunate enough to be around them, usually a villainous Muse is feared by all around them due to them idolizing things traditionally seen as taboo in society - though some exceptionally twisted or desperate individuals may willingly call upon such a Muse when in need of inspiration (as seen above).
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Revision as of 01:24, February 1, 2020

Show me again the power of the darkness, and I'll let nothing stand in our way. Show me, Grandfather, and I will finish what you started.
~ Kylo Ren promising to finish Darth Vader's (and by default the Sith's) original mission.

Muses are characters who inspire others. Normally seen as positive, Muses can easily become negative if twisted in a manner similar to Genies. Often appearing to individuals or Organizations, a Muse inspires them via horrific events of circumstance.

A good example of a Muse is someone who performs misdeeds others take as inspiration for their work, whether they become copycats or something else entirely (such as horror writers gaining inspiration from Demons or Satanism that showed grotesqueries used in their work).

Muses will see their misdeeds as a type of art and share their "gifts" with those unfortunate enough to be around them. Usually they are feared by everyone around them due to idolizing things traditionally seen as taboo in society, though exceptionally twisted or desperate individuals may willingly call upon such Muses when in need of inspiration (as seen in the quote above).

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