Chaos Butterfly

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Monsters of Godville
Chaos Butterfly
Papilio chao
Class Insect
Habitat Anything that has potential for chaos
Totem for Chaos Legion ⚜️ 
Description A ball of manic rage that just wants to see the world burn.

No one knows where the Chaos Butterfly (Papilio chao) came from. All we know is that it wants to see the fall of humanity.

Heroes are advised to avoid playing games with it as it always cheats. The exception is Truth or Dare in which case the Chaos Butterfly is legally unable to turn down a dare and will do anything you tell it. The Chaos Butterfly constantly curses and will offer heroes cocaine, so Good heroes are warned to stay far away from its heretic tendencies. It often hides under people's hats and tells them what chaotic acts to commit (example. Ratatouille).



  • Stealthy
  • Too small and fast to hit
  • Always wins at Hide and Seek
  • Great at convincing people to do bad things
  • Good at destroying friendships
  • Skilled arsonist that has destroyed cities (its a pyromaniac)
  • No moral conscience


  • Can't cook
  • Addicted to cocaine
  • Terrible at arm wrestling
  • Gets stepped on sometimes

Relationship with the Chaos Legion

It doesn't approve of Guilds, as they support 'order' and the Chaos Butterfly hates peace and stability. The monster firmly believes in "Every man for himself" and actively pits guild members against each other, hence why the leader is always being impeached.

However, regardless of the guild's tendency towards democracy, the Chaos Butterfly is known for partaking in Guild meetings and is commonly seen riding around on guild member's shoulders, helping to spread chaos across Godville.

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