In terms of British Origin, no. Considering most entities come from other worlds that are far different than Earth and obey different laws of nature, they are quite different than existing cultures on Earth.
There are entities that choose to live or inhabit select parts of the world. The Heuchler lived a majority of its duration on Earth in Germany and ended up gaining the name from the German language, but he isn’t of German descent.
Even the Elites from New Caben aren’t Cabenian or even natives of that world since a majority of them are from wide variety’s of the universe collected together in a single force.
You mean Subject: 003, Titanius, one of the Star Titans.
He’s pretty powerful in terms of strength, considering he can vaporize entire planets, but he was the creation of the Foremaker of Technology. The entity I’m talking about can destroy literally galaxies and realities if it wanted to. A being that chooses to kill the Foremakers only to use the power against creatures outside even the far worlds that threaten Eldern.
My first novel draft, New Caben is done. Although it still needs to be reread and heavily edited, but the draft’s entirety was just finished. Stretching over 200 pages of content and brings a story about a military soldier by the name of Justin Hawk. Who volunteered for the Foundations ranks and eventually participated in the Wystan Trials, an illegal and deadly program initiated by Site: 006. The program turned Hawk into a deadly being with anomalous powers and was soon hunted by the rest of the foundation. He lost his memories during combat and awoke in the hospital. After recovering he was living under a name who he thought was his, Jerold Beckett, an SCU commander.
Under the name, he was treated at a rehabilitation center, a branch of the Foundation that helped civilians and soldiers recover from subject and entity encounters.
One his memory returned by hearing his name since the incident, he flees and manages to teleport with his ability to a random location, meeting Spiratus, Foremaker of Dreams.
He then goes on an adventurous trip beyond the stars with the help of the Rift and Spiratus to fight Solacis, Tyrannical Foremaker of Light. He trains at New Caben to go fight more threats that look in the worlds.
The story expands much more to him eventually fighting and killing Subject: 000, who isn’t want you think he is.
Hopefully I can get this thing edited soon and maybe publish it as an ebook or maybe even physical copies.
I know this discussion is starting to evolve more away from Flowlab as the games have been paused for the time being, but you’re the only community I know that even shows interest in this story so I don’t have a choice.
I will make games eventually over the Foundation and even finish the ones I have started, I’ve just been quite busy with school and work to pay much attention to my hobbies. My book writing is the only thing keeping me sane, lol.
Sadly, it wasn’t referred to Ultra Magnus but by the definition of Magnus which means “Great”, considering he was the most powerful Star Titan ever forged excluding the Star Guardians which are the size of planets.
Star Guardians, like Celestius, were killed off in the Old World, only left to rot amongst the stars.