Eucaritia is a Universe characterized by its intense politics, despotic dystopia, and mixture of social reforms. Even though the Gods' War - fought between the Harmonics and Chaotics - is long over, the Universe's culture has yet to shake off the massive effects it has had on technology, religion, ideals, and government. The main arc follows the leader lesser god, Acholeplasma, in his attempt to free the nation from the Harmonics' heavy-handed rule and keep the world and people he cares about safe.
Its technology is vastly advanced compared to Earth's, although natural resources are all but defunct. Eucaritia has taken great strides in social reform, implementing largely-free healthcare and a universal basic income, but suffers from constant monitoring of all media (including private calls/texts) and severe invasions of privacy. Political corruption is rampant and accepted, although with worship of the lesser gods as near-deities.
Long ago, the Harmonics and Chaotics of Eucaritia pitted themselves (and their lesser gods) against each other in a brutal, scorching war. The Harmonics emerged victorious, and as punishment, sealed the Chaotics within their Realm. They then tended to the Universe, in order to facilitate the populace into worshipping them as supreme gods. The Chaotics are not pleased about this perversion of their shared Universe, and are eager to escape.
After the Gods' War, only the Harmonics' lesser gods remained. With the guidance of the Harmonics, they rebuilt Eucaritia from scratch and formed a religion dedicated to the worship of the Harmonics. The lesser gods themselves are led by Acholeplasma, who is said to be the one who Ucleon himself directly speaks to. Achole works closely with Ureaplasma and Histoplasma, his right- and left-hand men. The Chaotics' Gods are presumed dead, but some may still exist in hiding....
Due to the nature of how the lesser gods are worshipped and regulated, not many Demigods exist in Eucaritia. Those that do are often seen as mistakes or accidents, and are rarely adored or respected, although they are quite fascinating to most of the general populace. No one is sure whether or not to characterize them as gods and deserving of worship, as they have godblood in their veins, or as mortals, average Eucaritian citizens.
Eucaritia has a healthy political system based around the autonomy of dimensions; each city is ruled by a Mayor, who answers to the Mayor of the capital city. The capital city's Mayor is considered akin to the governor of the entire dimension. They are assisted by a Diplomat, who meets with other dimensional Diplomats to discuss trade, news, and Eucaritian wellbeing. Some non-politicians who are heavily involved in politics are also sorted here.
The Eucaritian Church, on the mortal side, is led by the current Consecrator. This Consecrator assists Acholeplasma in picking out Deacons, who preside over the main cathedral in a dimension. Each church or cathedral has a collection of clergymembers, who take on the prefix of Brother/Sister/Sibling and drop their surname. Priests are specially-selected individuals who serve a unique purpose. Not going to church is not social suicide, although it is seen as somewhat strange to a degree. The church seeks more to help and guide rather than to teach or force.
Mortals in this folder are significant in some way, whether that be through their achievements, businesses, cultural impact, or wealth. They are renown by the average joe, and are essentially celebrities in and of themselves, for whatever reason that may be.
This folder hosts the Whales and their Songs in Eucaritia, as there is quite a population of them. There are five Songs in Eucaritia, from oldest to youngest: Anthurii, Mirabilis, Nigrescens, Telluris, and Geoderma. Of the five, only Anthurii and Mirabilis predate the Gods' War, and are actually older than some of the lesser gods.
This folder hosts the Ants and their Colonies in Eucaritia, as there is quite a population of them. Primarily, most Ants live in either the Verbuona or Harvonic Colonies, which have been at war with one another for years. They were once united under the Harvonic's banner, when the Gods' War brought the number of Gyne (egg-laying) Ants to only one and the population was at risk of extinction, but through careful planning, the population of Gyne raised once more. A small group of rebels broke from the major colony, forming Verbuona in protest of unifying every Ant.
Eucaritia has a massive population, and most of the meat of that population is in mortals and immortals. In general, Eucaritian culture is extremely homogenized when it comes to race, and there are very few racially-separated cities - most urban sprawls are massive melting pots, sometimes with small specialized neighborhoods. As such, Eucaritian mortals are less racist than the average Universe denizens.
Those sorted here are regular citizens, relatively unimportant in the grand scheme of Eucaritian culture, politics, economy, or religion. They're still important in their own narratives.