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Granny Goodness did not begin as one of the higher-level residents of Apokolips, but was instead one of the "Lowlies"–the brutally oppressed peasant class. She was removed from her parents and trained to be one of Darkseid's "Hounds" (his elite soldiers). One part of their training was to train their dog; Goodness named hers Mercy. Through combat and training, the two bonded. As the final step of her initiation into life as a Hound, she was told to kill her beloved pet. Instead, she killed her trainer for issuing this order.
When Darkseid asked why, she answered that "to have done otherwise would have robbed my lord of a most valuable asset", telling him that Mercy would obey her first, but him foremost. Testing this, Darkseid ordered Mercy to kill Goodness. Mercy attacked Goodness, forcing Goodness to kill her pet. Darkseid was impressed, telling Goodness that she had graduated with honors. "You have trained Mercy so well in my name that perhaps you'll do as well training others whose blind obedience I will one day require".
Darkseid had Goodness run the training facility for his elite soldiers, where she used brainwashing and torture, in a brutal parody of child care, to turn the innocent into fanatical warriors willing to kill or die for Darkseid's glory. Since the war between Apokolips and New Genesis first moved to Earth, Granny Goodness has often run Earthly orphanages, looking for potential warriors for Darkseid.
Granny runs the "orphanage" on Apokolips and is the chief of the Female Furies. She also raised Scott Free, the son of Highfather of New Genesis who had been traded for Darkseid's son as part of a peace treaty. Scott Free (AKA Mister Miracle) became the first child to successfully escape one of her Orphanages.
Granny Goodness is arguably one of the most infamous faces of Darkseid’s Elite. One of his most loyal subjects, Granny came from the peasant class of Apokolips, until she was taken from her parents and chosen to become one of Darkseid’s hounds. She proved her worth when she showed Darkseid her ability to train others to follow his orders willingly, leading to him making her a trainer for fighters.
Goodness not only trains others to fight for Darkseid’s glory but is the chief leader of the Female Furies, her personal project of female warriors serving Darkseid.
Superman: the Animated Series
Granny Goodness appears in the cartoon series Superman: the Animated Series as a minor villainess and a loyal minion of Darkseid's court.
Granny Goodness appears as a villainess in Season Ten of Smallville, as a prophet of Darkseid. She was head administrator of St. Louise's orphanage, and leader of the Female Furies. She was fiercely loyal to her master Darkseid. Preparing people for her master, Granny was responsible to clear their minds for preparation.
She would use this position to train the orphan girls into soldiers in Darkseid's service. She had hoped to make girl named Lutessa Luthor into the leader of this army, but the girl was adopted and taken from the orphanage, before Granny could complete this task. To protect her activities at the orphanage, Granny had the girl's memories erased.
Granny first appeared outside the hospital room of Tess Mercer as a shrouded woman knitting in the hallway. When Tess is declared dead, the old woman proceeds to enter the room and close the door. Granny took Tess to Cadmus Labs where she was saved using DNA from the Lex Luthor clones. Sometime later, Granny stopped by the Luthor Mansion, where she left a birthday present for Tess and seemingly used her powers, to revive some of the girl's suppressed memories.
Like she had hoped, this prompted Tess to seek her out, at the orphanage. However, Tess brought Clark Kent with her when they went there to investigate. Prior to their arrival, Granny had just erased a little girl's memories of her recently deceased parents. Granny welcomed them and played along with their charade as reporters from the Daily Planet and had her girls sing "Amazing Grace" for them.
Granny takes Tess inside and says she recognizes her as an abandoned soul. They talk about the girls at the orphanage, and Granny admits that many of them spend their entire childhoods there. She explains that she's been training her girls to conquer society and shows Tess photos of her many wards that have moved out into the world into positions of power.
Tess sees the wardrobe from her dream and approaches it, while Granny says that she knows her girls will never abandon her. Granny then says that she left the music box in the hopes that it would bring Tess back, and reveals that one of the photos is of Tess.
Granny explains that she had Tess for the first five years of her life, and then her birth parents took their daughter back and put her into a good home. They were powerful, and would have closed down the orphanage if Granny had fought back.
However, she explains that she never stopped watching over Tess. Granny went to the hospital and saved Tess, taking her to Cadmus Labs. She explains that Tess was always the strongest of her girls, and she doesn't need to remember her true parents. Now lines will be drawn, and Tess will want Granny on her side.
Set up as the head of Hollywood Studio Good World (GW) similar to Warner Bros. (WB) named Gretchen Goode, who runs such things as Beast Boy in-universe television show. Granny is a key villainess in Season 3.
Granny Goodness appears as the secondary antagonist in the animated film Superman/Batman: Apocalypse as a servant of Darkseid and leader of the honor guard, which were her girls, the Female Furies.
Granny Goodness appears in the DC animated film Justice League: Gods and Monsters. She is seen in a flashback of Bekka's origin. She is present during the meeting in which Highfather and Darkseid seal a peace pact, symbolized by the marriage of Bekka and Orion. She performs the ceremony, but shortly after Darkseid and his allies are ambushed and slaughtered by New Genesis' Gods. She is shot in the head by one of the flower maids.
DC Extended Universe
Zack Snyder's Justice League
Granny Goodness makes a non-speaking cameo alongside Darkseid and Desaad. She appears near the end of the movie when the Mother Boxes unite and open a portal to Apokolips.
She witnesses Steppenwolf's death at the hands of the Justice League, but says nothing about it unlike Darkseid and Desaad. Instead, she walks away with the pair as they ready the Apokoliptian Armada to invade Earth for the Anti-Life Equation.
Granny Goodness has appeared in Tiny Titans as well as an alternate future in which Darkseid obtained the Anti-Life Equation, in this alternate future she was transformed into "Granmother Box", a corruption of the New God technology known as Mother Boxes.
She was created by the late Jack Kirby, who modelled Granny's appearance off of the late Phyllis Diller.
Despite her name being Goodness her nature is far from Good.