The ability to '''induce a Big Bang like event to create a new universe or universal matter'''. Sub-power of [[Creation]]. Opposite to [[Total Event Collapse]].
The ability to '''induce a Big Bang like event to create a new universe or universal matter'''. Sub-power of [[Creation]].
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The ability to induce a Big Bang like event to create a new universe or universal matter. Sub-power of Creation.
The user is able to create a Big Bang, starting a new universe or create a smaller one inside a pre-existing universe. They can condense the big bang into a type of energy blast capable of destroying an entire universe.
The user cannot manipulate the universe they made.
The user may require a large void to use this ability
The Pandorcia empowered by an exploding TARDIS (Doctor Who)
Omega Particles (Star Trek)
Stewie's Return Pad (Family Guy); when overcharged outside the space-time continuum
Diagon (Ben 10: Ultimate Alien)
The Source (DC)
Micheal Demiurgos (DC/Vertigo)
The One Above All (Marvel)
Galactus (Marvel Comics)
Anti-Spiral (Gurren Lagann)
Tetsuo Shima (Akira)
Cronus (Saint Seiya)
Sword And Shield (Suikoden)
When Yahweh created them, Michael Demiurgos (DC/Vertigo) had the power to create from nothing, while his brother Samael could shape it to his will. Because of this, Michael has the power to induce big bangs whenever he needs to, making Yahweh's universe for him and then making Lucifer's universe eons later.