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the old one. As with all previous incarnations of the universe, it hosts nearly all of Athena (t∣b∣c)'s franchises, regardless of origin, and connects them together, via placing the various series into different galaxies. It is loosely connected to the New Fantendoverse, but its involvement is rather minimal in comparison to other involved universes.
Despite its somewhat changed name, it is still referred to as the Zaxinian Lifts both in-verse and in real life, and the changed name is only to emphasize on the fact that it's under a current rehaul. Also unlike its previous incarnations, only the timeline is somewhat changed, most projects aren't removed from the canonology -- the only difference is that all games published by TimeStrike are now being published by its successor; Goddess Studios, while all fictions are republished by Goddess Publishing.
A recurring element in the Lifts is several games, characters, and places are either named after, directly reference, or are inspired by lore built off of the band Metallica and its music.
The Zaxinian Lifts, on the outside, are a series of castles and towers connected by bridges, all held up on heavy clouds. Surrounding a large circular platform are golden-ringed portals, each one leading to galaxies contained by the Lifts. Inside those rings are a colored sphere that displays the symbol of that portal's respective universe in the center. Every time midnight strikes, a dark fog falls over the Lifts. The fog lasts two hours, and is supposed to catch unwanted visitors off guard.
The castles and towers have different purposes. Seven of the eight castles hold powerful and important emotional deities, while all twenty-four of the towers hold deities that have control over different things such as weather, elemental powers, environment and more. Average people or at least those without permissions cannot enter these buildings, they can only move to their galaxies or take a rest in the sole Zaxinian Hotel, which is open to all residents.
These castles and towers look rusty and dark, and things such as wrecking balls and spiked maces hang from the platforms of the Lifts, and turret guns and laser cannons are set up everywhere. This set-up is supposed to bring security to the Lifts. The dark atmosphere is reflected by the different types of residents and the horror-related creatures roaming the lifts, such as vampires and spiders. The dark set up is supposed to look unwelcoming to trespassers or potential thieves.
Contrary to popular belief within the Lifts, they are easy to navigate. The Lifts only have three platforms that need to be traversed -- the first one has Ike's home and is connected to a series of bridges leading down into the Fantendoverse. The second one has Fandraxono's home and is used as a place to file complaints or disasters. The third one is the largest, and contains multiple portals to the various galaxies.
The Zaxinian Lifts are home to numerous galaxies, and each are vastly different than the rest. The multiple galaxies were formed as old God "Zyvoline" deemed it boring to have everything in the same place, and decided to separate them by theme. Only the major galaxies -- the ones with the most inhabitants -- will be described here, but there may be minor mentions of other galaxies.
- Zonar: The most major galaxy of the Zaxinian Lifts, it features the General's Journey canons, and currently hosts the Gone canon. In addition, many series take visits to this super popular galaxy. It is home to the capital city of the Zaxinian Lifts; Naxaz, which is home to a few billion people. The Zonar galaxy is immensely popular, and is a popular tourist site for its flashy lights, clean beaches, and more. However, it is home to many wars, and is the most vulnerable to total disaster.
- Please note that the New Zaxinian Lifts uses a different time system then the New Fantendoverse, as some times do not clearly match up with theirs.
The Realm of Dreams [approx. 2000 BS]
Heztics [approx. 480 BS]
Rebellion [Q3 1654 FR]
Soul Harvest [Q3 1946 FR]
BowieQuest [Q2 2010 FR]
Nature Warrior [Q2 2012 FR]
Sweet Invader [Q4 2012 FR]
Crimson the Roserade [Q3 2013 FR]
Lurking in the Dark [Q4 2014 FR]
Frozen Up [Q4 2014 FR]
General's Journey [Q1 2015 FR]
Gone [Q2 2015 FR]
Nature Warrior: Northern Conquest [Q3 2015 FR]
Damnation: A Syande Project [Q4 2015 FR]
Ordinary Mailman and Human Devastation [Q2 2016 FR]
Fantendo Smash Bros. Victory [Q4 2016 FR]
Through the Never [Q1 2017 FR]
Crimson the Roserade II: Metal Storm [Q3 2017 FR]
Fade to Black [Q4 2017 FR]
HACKED [Q2 2037 FR]
- Non Canon
- Zaxina - the original name - was inspired by the name of the AoWiki universe, Zolara.