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=== Early History ===
 
=== Early History ===
Lucifer was one of the first angels created by [[God]], after his older brother [[Michael (Apocalypse World)|Michael]]. Lucifer eventually went on to oppose God and was cast into [[Hell]]. This event caused God to leave.<ref>[[Nihilism]]</ref>
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Lucifer presumably shares the same history as his [[Lucifer|prime universe counterpart]] up until 1973, the point at which [[Apocalypse World|his universe]] and the main universe diverge.
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In Apocalypse World, Lucifer and his older brother [[Michael (Apocalypse World)|Michael]]'s [[Sam Winchester|true]] [[Dean Winchester|vessels]] were never born, and thus when Lucifer rose from [[Hell]] and [[The Apocalypse (Apocalypse World)|the Apocalypse]] began, Lucifer was forced to take another vessel. Lucifer engaged Michael in battle - causing an EMP which fried all technology on the North American continent - and ultimately killed Lucifer by "[tearing] him apart in the skies over Abilene".<ref>[[Nihilism]]</ref
   
 
=== [[The Apocalypse (Apocalypse World)|The Apocalypse]] ===
 
=== [[The Apocalypse (Apocalypse World)|The Apocalypse]] ===

Revision as of 19:51, March 16, 2020


I killed my Lucifer. Tore him apart in the skies over Abilene.
Michael talking about his brother
in The Rising Son
Lucifer was an Archangel that existed in the Apocalypse World until his death at the hands of Michael. He was fallen angel and the father/creator of demons.

He was an alternate universe version of Lucifer.

History

Early History

Lucifer presumably shares the same history as his prime universe counterpart up until 1973, the point at which his universe and the main universe diverge.

In Apocalypse World, Lucifer and his older brother Michael's true vessels were never born, and thus when Lucifer rose from Hell and the Apocalypse began, Lucifer was forced to take another vessel. Lucifer engaged Michael in battle - causing an EMP which fried all technology on the North American continent - and ultimately killed Lucifer by "[tearing] him apart in the skies over Abilene".[1]


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