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Blessed Be, Lady Des,
your being 1st reply is truly Auspicious!*
Official Greeter of ATS,
oh my, those cookies look nutricious!
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
reply to post by TheMagus
Welcome to ATS!
Sorry I'm all out of cookies but here is a FLAG.
Looking forward to more of your posts.
Originally posted by CranialSponge
crazy mad insane derangedeffervescent one...
You should blend in quite nicely around here !
Don't let Des fool you with those cute little kittens, she can be quite the barracuda whenever the need arises... and the need arises plenty in this part of town.
Granny Goodness is a fictional character, a deity and supervillain published by DC Comics. Created by Jack Kirby, Granny Goodness was modeled on comedienne Phyllis Diller and first appeared in Mister Miracle vol. 1 #2 (May–June 1971).
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 ordering this. 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."