First and foremost allow me to bounce away the comments regarding anime, I don't see as to why this is the topic matter sides perhaps that OP has an anime avatar. Good for that lad.
First Paragraph: I understand what this is originally meant for but I don't believe that you should limit to yourself to the belief of others. I'd like you to remember that this is roleplay... after all imagine you can be anything you want to be... why limit yourself to one thing...
I'll give you one helpful advice regarding writing and even when it comes to artistic work in general. Do you know why the greatest of works are so great? Writers limit themselves. They create a universe which has a set of rules and boundaries. It makes them believable. It creates a consistency of which opens up for the outside observer. Take The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind for example, a completely alien province and nothing of which us the players can even begin to empathize with it, and yet it is sold with such genuine sincerity that you believe all of the shenanigans.
Limitations are not the crux of an artist, they are the foundations of great works of writing. If you had no limitations you would always create the same story - and the same plot. Merely because your brain will always find easy answers, binding yourself to limitations creates a whole lot of world of possibilities for you. Limitations force you to strain yourself to solve problems via creative ways. You should take that to heart, because this is likely the best advice I could ever give you as a writer.
You are openly mocking the creativity of the writers that created these universes. You really are. Mixing these universes makes no sense, as they are so different. Lore behind Star Wars and Warhammer (both verses) is so vast, trying to cram them and paint them as something which is not is something even I take personal offense to. Pay homage to these well crafted universes by respecting their canon. Trying to cram them into one thing because 'heck why not' is not only lazy - but as well shows that you've no actual respect for the canon material.
What of over 150 races is false, making a race is after all easy especially if I didn't invent the race and I don't believe you read anything as I mean I'm sorry to point this out to you but it states that it is in fact custom... and it's a collection of all games(etc) that are of the character's
Having a mass collection of 'whatever' does not make it better. When it comes to writing you don't ask the question as to how much you can add. Instead you ask how little you can add. Boasting one hundred and fifty-whatevers just makes me lose interest quickly. You know what is amazing? Having a few
various races that make sense to a particular setting - who's background, religious and political views have been fleshed out and well thought of. Where every race, and every culture belonging to said race has a story to tell, and where we writers who love said setting can make stories of. Blizzard may be horrible writers - but you are given a set of tools and you can make amazing and astounding characters with the tools you are given. For example, I recently made a dwarven artist who paints Lordaeron as to how it used to be. That idea would have never worked if there was no background tale to the story of Lordaeron or the culture of dwarves, and as well the relationship those two races have with one another.
This is another assumption on your part in the second paragraph what makes you think I havn't build a world or that I havn't sat and pondered this, also what makes you believe I am alone... ?
I don't care whether you had a massive team of writers behind you, could've easily failed it all. Blizzard sure fucks up a lot and they have a massive team of writers.
Also were are we heading what is going on O.o
Your OP does not elaborate what the point of the story is, what is the catcher and what is the general premsie of the main story? I've read the OP likely more times than you yourself did. You only, extremely briefly
elaborate as what is going to happen, with horrid vagueness.
As for the fact that I am ripping off other heroes and using their powers is lazy is.. To point out the obvious...aren't you ripping off the lore blizzard made for you and making custom lore in every action you take...? Aren't you using powers that others made for you and progressing through a host or your own story line making a complete character that doesn't actually exist within cannon lore... I mean some if not all of quote on quote cannon RP is using the npcs blizzard provided for them... we're on a private server after all you do realize non of that is for you to use in that way... that's not what -blizzard- intended for you... And again... instead of making your original characters and story line your using blizzard's creation to support you... yes it's a wow server... but how is that not the exact same thing...
I've already elaborated on this up above a fair bit as to why it is discrediting the universes presented but since I like repeating myself, I will hammer the nails again. No one is 'ripping' anyone for writing fan-fiction from a presented universe. Sheer audacity to make that suggestion is absolutely and beyond outrageous. Making a story set within a setting and to make it make sense within the confines of the rules and political atmosphere of the setting is all fair game, and these stories set within the universe created by other writers can allow you to show off your creativity. Happens to be an abundance of stories which you can point as an example of this, from various Warhammer 40K novels, and even video games such as Fallout: New Vegas.
Creating an original character and storyline within a set universe does not make you a 'rip-off'.
What is however horrendously lazy is to create a mix-up of set universes and then cramming them together with no forethought except 'it is the afterlife'. Some universes even have their own afterlifes, how the heck would they have ended up there in the first place? Again, my rhetorical questions are incoherent because again, I've no clue what your world is about and I honestly think it isn't much at all. What is the saying? Vast as an ocean, deep as a wee puddle? I genuinely hope that you and whoever you are creating this with, sets some foundations for your afterlife idea and make it more coherent. I don't care that you are making it custom, I prefer canon WarCraft RP for sure, and I've even openly giggled at people misrepresenting the lore here, that as well includes one of the people standing in front of you in this thread. What I would however like to see, is you actually create a universe and an actual setting instead of simply saying 'it is a multi-verse thing so everything goes'.
Lastly, I will address the accusations of me 'not reading your comments'. It is blatantly clear that I have.
Otherwise I wouldn't have bothered.