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The Sky Lords of Indigarr were a proud pantheon of giants that ruled the heavens of the primitive world of Indigarr. In return for worship, the Sky Lords provided rain to the planet. About a generation ago Gorr the God Butcher came and invaded their stronghold. Every man, woman and child were all brutally massacred, their bodies mutilated like animals. With their disappearance, there were no divinities left to maintain the rains of Indigarr and the world slowly died with their worshipers losing faith in them. In a desperate plea to save their world, a young native prayed to Thor the God of Thunder, as she had heard stories of him from passing starships. Thor answered her prayer and brought rain to Indigarr. Thor learned of the absence of the Sky Lords, which prompted him to learn why they had forsaken their responsibilities as gods. He soon discovered their fate and the hand Gorr played in their murders. They were the first victims that Thor swore to avenge for the crimes of Gorr.[1]

After Thor vanquished Gorr and returned to the past, he brought a group of displaced gods to Indigarr.[2] The new Sky Lords of Indigarr proved to be far more benevolent than their predecessors, and terraformed the planet into a verdant paradise.[3]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

As they are Gods, the Sky Lords possessed the basic qualities of godhood.

  • Superhuman Strength
  • Superhuman Speed
  • Superhuman Stamina
  • Superhumanly Dense Tissue
  • Regenerative Healing Factor
  • Longevity
  • Weather Manipulation

Abilities

As the natives of Indigarr prayed to them for rain, it can be assumed they can control the weather.

Habitat

Habitat: Earth-Like
Gravity: Normal
Atmosphere: Normal
Population: Unknown

Miscellaneous

Type of Government: Monarchy
Level of Technology: Magic
Cultural Traits: The Sky Lords of Indigarr were worshiped as gods by the people of Indigarr. They were regarded as a race of ruthless and powerful warriors that ruled from their Sky Castle. Judging by their names such as Lord All-Blud it seems they were similar in culture to the Asgardians.

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