- Oct 26, 2017
SCP-001 doesn't really work like that. There are a number of different "proposals", and which one of them is actually the first SCP is up to your headcanon.
Don't you dare read manga in front of Merkabah.
Too bad Tyrael isn't an angel anymore...The only one I can think of right now is Tyrael from DIABLO
The one true rival/archnemeis of Diablo himself and ostensibly the guardian of Sanctuary, and mentor for the Nephelim.
So who are some others like this guy below? And what makes them so cool/badass?
he's the first one that popped to mind. i love the original four (Gabriel, Michael, Uriel, Raphael) but among the more recent entries in the franchise, Mastema stands out for me. really dig him.
god, what a fantastic design.
There are multiple SCP-001 entries as an in-universe way of masking the true nature of the SCP that was the impetus of the foundation.
I'm a big fan of angels depicted as eldritch abominations or non-euclidean shapes. Ramiel is so cool. I just love the whole concept. Angels can look so much cooler than how they're usually depicted. The original religious art depicted angels as something really otherworldly. I really like the depiction of Ophanim as wheels within wheels of fire, lined with eyes.
Yeah, if you actually read the descriptions for the various angels mentioned in the bible you soon realize there's a reason most of them opened with "Be NOT Afraid".
Serra made angels but wasn't actually one herself.I read these books as a kid. Akroma's story is so stupid.
At one point she gets swallowed by a wurm and parts of her body/ wings melt so Ixidor summons a giant magical jaguar and cuts its head off and grafts her upper body onto it making her a cat-taur. For good measure he made its feet into metal spikes though I forget why this is.
Serra was a much more important angel than Akroma. She was a one of the original Planeswalkers.
It reminds me of a movie in which the angels were described as having three faces, one of a male, one of a female and one of a lion. Or something like that.Yeah, if you actually read the descriptions for the various angels mentioned in the bible you soon realize there's a reason most of them opened with "Be NOT Afraid".
Bayonetta is one of the only pieces of media I can think of that sticks to the text for inspiration.