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(They literally ARE the same character, "Queen Bahamut" is just an updated version of Bahamut, stop adding it back.)
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==Associations==
 
==Associations==
 
* [[Behemoth Physiology]]
 
* [[Behemoth Physiology]]
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* [[Cosmic Dragon Physiology]]
 
* [[Divine Beast Physiology]]
 
* [[Divine Beast Physiology]]
 
* [[Giant Monster Physiology]]
 
* [[Giant Monster Physiology]]
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==Known Users==
 
==Known Users==
 
''See Also: [https://mythology.net/mythical-creatures/bahamut/ Bahamut]''.
 
''See Also: [https://mythology.net/mythical-creatures/bahamut/ Bahamut]''.
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===Folklore/Mythology===
 
* [[Wikipedia:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Arabian Mythology'')
 
* [[Wikipedia:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Arabian Mythology'')
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* Leviathan (''Judeo-Christianity'')
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===Video-Games===
 
* [[w:c:forgottenrealms|Bahamut]] (''D&D/Forgotten Realms'')
 
* [[w:c:forgottenrealms|Bahamut]] (''D&D/Forgotten Realms'')
 
* [[w:c:finalfantasy:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Final Fantasy'')
 
* [[w:c:finalfantasy:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Final Fantasy'')
* [[w:c:rageofbahamut:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Rage of Bahamut'')
 
* [[w:c:shingeki-no-bahamut-genesis:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Shingeki no Bahamut Anime/TCG'')
 
 
* [[w:c:valkyriecrusade:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Valkyrie Crusade'')
 
* [[w:c:valkyriecrusade:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Valkyrie Crusade'')
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===TCG===
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* [[w:c:rageofbahamut:Bahamut|Bahamut]]/[[w:c:shingeki-no-bahamut-genesis:Bahamut|Bahamut]] (''Rage of Bahamut TCG/Anime'')
 
* [[w:c:yugioh:Bahamut Shark|Bahamut Shark]] (''Yu-Gi-Oh'')
 
* [[w:c:yugioh:Bahamut Shark|Bahamut Shark]] (''Yu-Gi-Oh'')
   

Latest revision as of 19:36, September 15, 2019

The power to use the abilities of bahamut. Variation of Cetacean Physiology, Divine Beast Physiology and World-Bearer Physiology. Not to be confused with Behemoth Physiology.

Also CalledEdit

  • Bahamut Body/Form/Mimicry

CapabilitiesEdit

User with this ability either is or can transform into Bahamut, a sea monster (fish or whale) of unimaginably large size from Arabian Mythology that lies deep below, underpinning the support structure that holds up the earth. In addition to his brute strength, Bahamut also has the ability to baffle human vision. He is so large that even the mere sight of him would drive a man out of his senses.

ApplicationsEdit

VariationsEdit

AssociationsEdit

Known UsersEdit

See Also: Bahamut.

Folklore/MythologyEdit

  • Bahamut (Arabian Mythology)
  • Leviathan (Judeo-Christianity)

Video-GamesEdit

TCGEdit

GalleryEdit

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