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"With this song, I can do anything!"
"Anything... except escape!"
― Cyborg and the Evil Dragon (Teen Titans Go!)
"What are you?"
"I am just what you think I am, Megan. A "proto-mutant." It's as good a name as any. And I have the misfortune of being omnipotent, so I was forced to watch my entire race die, and live with that for the last seven hundred years."
― Gabriel Shepherd to Megan Gwynn/Pixie (Marvel Comics)
"You don't know what I am!! And you don't know what I can do!"
"I'm Doctor Who in this mother---ucker!
"I could be a clone! I could be a hologram!
"We could be clones controlled by robots controlled by special headsets that the real Rick and Morty are wearing while they're fu--ing your mother!!"
― Rick Sanchez to a General (Rick and Morty S03E10: The Rickchurian Mortydate)
"With unlimited power comes responsibility. Do you think it is reasonable for us to allow omnipotent beings to roam free through the universe?"
― Q (Star Trek TNG S06E6: True Q)

The power to be nearly all-powerful. Lesser version of Omnipotence.

Also Called

  • Above-Most
  • Almost-Absolute/Almighty/Meta/Pata/Omni/Omnipotent/Infinite/Ultimate/God's/Boundless/Limitless/Unlimited/Total/True/Perfect/Complete Power
  • Balanced Omnipotence
  • Close to Omnipotence
  • Edge of Omnipotence
  • Flawed/Imperfect/Limited/Restricted Omnipotence
  • Inherent Omnipotence
  • Near/Semi Omnipotence
  • Nearly All-Powerful
  • Nearly God's Power
  • Near-Supreme/Infinite/Limitless/Ultimate/Unlimited Power
  • Nearly Above/Beyond-All
  • Practical/Virtual Omnipotence


The user wields supreme power, but they have some form of limitation/weakness that limits their power and hinders them from being truly omnipotent. They may be absolute on specific fields and/or may simply be able to achieve an almost infinite number of effects across all fields with their near-omnipotent skills.

Despite being limited, the user still possesses an unimaginable level of power fully at their will. Depending on the series, all of the power the user possesses may or may not backfire or drive them insane. Nigh-Omnipotence has various types: Some users are created outright with it and can innately learn their powers like breathing. Some users are bestowed with it and require extra training to know fully about it. Some users may be sealed/fused with it and just need to realize what their power is, and some users gain this by certain supernatural means and can master this with ease.

Morality of Nigh-Omnipotence is absolutely freer than most, if not all, insane abilities. Also, Nigh-Omnipotence is not well-demonstrated in fictional stories, movies or TV series. This way, Nigh-Omnipotent beings can be good, bad, evil, neutral, hero, villain, anti-hero, anti-villain, criminal, trickster, mad scientist, black magician, chaotic, tyrant, madman, psychopath or anything else imaginable. Any morality is possible as long as the ability is flawed omnipotence.

Nigh-Omnipotence and Omnipotence are almost similar in every way. Difference between them is: One is the state of being all-powerful and the other is the state of nearly unlimited power.

It ranges from the lowest level to the highest level: some users can do anything but are limited to certain spatio/temporal/dimensional areas; other users are absolutely invincible, immortal, invulnerable and have no weaknesses but they can't do something in a particular way, have limited powers or can't affect something. No matter how powerful the user is, they will always be limited to certain things.

While the user isn't truly omnipotent, they still possess many high-end abilities including but not limited to: Absolute Force Manipulation, Absolute Psionics, Absolute Will, Nigh-Complete Arsenal, Psionic Godhood, Physical Godhood, Nigh-Absolute Immortality, Nigh-Omnipresence, Nigh-Omniscience, Omniverse Manipulation and Reality Warping. The user can achieve unimaginable effects and can possess almost unlimited power.

In short, the user is almost all-powerful and nearly invincible.


Specific Examples

Nigh-Omnipotent Abilities


  • Type 1: The users wield nigh-omnipotence via objects/weapons/items that holds nearly unlimited power. These users are almost invincible with their only limitation being that of the object they hold (and usually their arrogance).
  • Type 2: The users who become nearly all-powerful and virtually invincible by transcending themselves into a higher state of power becoming the most powerful being in existence capable of doing almost anything but can be limited to a supreme level of beings as they can be defeated by that being.
  • Type 3: The users are bestowed with nigh-omnipotence via certain almighty forces or by other means that possess limitless powers. These users possess decent control over reality, space-time, existence and anything else. They are only limited by that force and only a higher being can negate the force, thus rendering them powerless. They may have only one or two weakness based on their particular nature.
  • Type 4: The users are the most powerful reality warpers who are nigh-omnipotent from the very beginnings of their powers. They can affect reality on an essentially limitless level and control anything, allowing them to achieve anything yet limited by their natural weaknesses.
  • Type 5: The users who are created with or have been given nigh-omnipotence by a Supreme Being or Metapotent Beings or Ultipotent Beings. They can do anything easily and can warp existence beyond their own realm. They are not bound to any rules or laws, allowing them to overcome all of their limitations and weaknesses. They are only limited by their creator(s) and certain almighty laws. Only their creators can defeat them and limit/effect/manipulate/negate their powers. Despite this, they are the most powerful beings in their own realms. They are truly the most powerful-and-strongest nigh-omnipotent beings across all of existence and beyond. This level of nigh-omnipotence could be considered near a Ultipotent level of power due to the amount of power and control over that power.




Common Weaknesses

Optional Weaknesses

  • May not being able to alter others' free will.
  • May be vulnerable to Transcendent Negation.
  • May be weak to a certain item, weapon, ability, or concept.
  • May go insane with all the powers they possess due to being unable to handle the tremendous ability effectively or the insight it grants.
  • Destabilization may destabilize Nigh Omnipotence and make it unstable.

Offensive & Defensive Flaws

Known Users


  • Chaos (Aladdin: the Animated Series)
  • Enerjak (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Phage (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Celestialsapiens (Ben 10 Series)
    • Alien X
    • Galactic Gladiator (Ben 10: Omniverse)
  • Atomic-X (Ben 10: Omniverse)
  • Bat-Mite (DC Comics)
  • Dr. Manhattan (DC Comics)
  • Eclipso (DC Comics)
  • Darkseid (DC Comics); via True Form
  • Emperor Joker (DC Comics)
  • God Swamp Thing (DC Comics)
  • Hecate (DC Comics)
  • Lucifer Morningstar (DC Comics)
  • Michael Demiurgos (DC Comics)
  • Mister Mind, Hyperfly form (DC Comics)
  • Mr. Mxyzptlk (DC Comics)
  • Perpetua (DC Comics)
  • Pralaya (DC Comics)
  • Radiant (DC Comics)
  • Silver Age Superman with The Sword of Superman (DC Comics)
  • Spectre (DC Comics)
  • Superman Prime (DC One Million)
  • The Batman Who Laughs/The Darkest Knight (DC Comics)
  • The Endless (DC/Vertigo Comics)
  • The Source (DC Comics)
  • The Word (DC Comics)
  • Captain Atom/Monarch (DC Comics)
  • Ultimator (DC Comics)
  • Otherkind (DC Comics)
  • The Presence (DC Comics)
  • A.M.A.Z.O.(DC: Justice League Unlimited); after traveling across the universe.
  • The Brothers Yin and Yang (DC/Marvel Comics)
  • D.M. (Dungeons and Dragons: The Animated Series)
  • Bradford Buzzard (Ducktales(2017)); with Sword of Swanstantine
  • Lord Ao (Forgotten Realms)
  • Rex Salazar (Generator Rex); via the Meta-Nanites.
  • Bill Cipher (Gravity Falls)
  • God Spawn (Image Comics)
  • God (Image Comics)
  • Satan (Image Comics)
  • Alan Dracula (Infinity Train); possesses "every single superpower", but can't leave the train.
  • The First Spinjitzu Master (Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu); via Golden Power
    • Lloyd Garmadon
    • Golden Master
  • Adam Warlock (Marvel Comics); as the Living Tribunal
  • Astral Regulator Thanos (Marvel Comics)
  • Owen Reece/Molecule Man (Marvel Comics)
  • Death (Marvel Comics)
  • Entropy (Marvel Comics)
  • Eternity (Marvel Comics)
  • Infinity (Marvel Comics)
  • Ultimates (Marvel Comics)
  • Sir James Jaspers/Mad Jim Jaspers (Marvel Comics)
  • The Fulcrum (Marvel Comics)
  • The Living Tribunal (Marvel Comics)
  • The Protege (Marvel Comics)
  • Franklin Richards (Marvel Comics)
  • The Beyonder (Marvel Comics)
  • Beyonders (Marvel Comics)
  • Rune King Thor (Marvel Comics)
  • The One Below All (Marvel Comics)
  • Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics); at full power
  • Galactus (Marvel Comics)
  • William Kaplan/Wiccan (Marvel Comics) ; at full power/as the Demiurge
  • Jean Grey as The White Phoenix of the Crown (Marvel Comics); at full power
  • Oblivion (Marvel Comics)
  • Zom (Marvel Comics)
  • Kobik (Marvel Comics)
  • Job Burke (Marvel Comics)
  • Doctor Stephen Strange (Marvel Comics)
  • Black Priests (Marvel Comics)
  • Marquis Of Death (Marvel Comics)
  • Hercules (Marvel Comics); via the ingredients of full all-powerful and undeniable godhood
  • Discord (My Little Pony series)
  • Mordecai (Regular Show); within the Realm of Darthon
  • Rigby (Regular Show); within the Realm of Darthon
  • Unicron (Transformers); at full power
  • Primus (Transformers); at full power
  • Solar: Man of the Atom (Valiant Comics)
  • Black Hat (Villainous)


  • Othinus (A Certain Magical Index)
  • Soul King in his prime (Bleach)
  • Yhwach (Bleach); after absorbing the Soul King.
  • Elder God Demonbane (Demonbane)
  • Zalama (Dragon Ball Super)
  • Father (Fullmetal Alchemist); after absorbing Truth required many souls to keep Truth imprisoned and to use the power.
  • Deus Ex Machina (Future Diary)
  • Yukiteru Amano (Future Diary); with all of Deus' powers.
  • Yuno Gasai (Future Diary); with all of Deus' powers.
  • Ginji Amano (GetBackers)
  • Simon (Gurren Lagann)
  • Hajun (Masadaverse); without the tumor
  • Hadou Gods (Masadaverse)
  • Gudou Gods (Masadaverse)
  • Ajimu Najimi (Medaka Box)
  • DUO.ExE (Megaman NT Warrior)
  • Goetia (Nasuverse)
  • Haruka Kaminogi (Noein: To Your Other Self)
  • Avatar (Oban Star Racers)
  • God (One-Punch Man)
  • YHVH (Shin Megami Tensei)
  • Zeus (Shuumatsu no Valkyrie)
  • Shiva (Shuumatsu no Valkyrie)
  • Odin (Shuumatsu no Valkyrie)
  • The Choushin (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • The Counter-Actor (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • The Ds (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • Rimuru Tempest (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Anti-Spiral (Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann)
  • The Creator God of Light: Horakhty (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
  • Saiki Kusuo ("The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.")

Video Games

  • Satan (The Adventures of Mark Twain)
  • Dr. Monty (Call of Duty: Black Ops III)
  • Mundus (Devil May Cry Series)
  • ENIAC & Atanasoff–Berry Computer (Digimon)
  • Shinryu (Dissidia: Final Fantasy)
  • Padomay (The Elder Scrolls)
  • Magolor (Kirby's Return to Dream Land); via Master Crown
  • Kain as Scion of Balance (Legacy of Kain)
  • Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet); via Create Mode
  • One Being (Mortal Kombat)
  • Trenia (Nipponverse)
  • Ormazd (Prince of Persia)
  • Ahriman (Prince of Persia)
  • Lucifer (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Michael (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • The King of All Cosmos (Katamari Damacy)
  • The End Voices (Minecraft); implied but never shown
  • Kurome (Hyperdimension Neptunia VII)
  • Bhunivelze (Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy)
  • Anu (The Elder Scrolls)
  • Chaos Gods (Warhammer 40k)
  • The Sacred Tome (Nipponverse)
  • Kaos (Skylanders); after merging Mind Magic powers with Brain's
  • Supreme God Z (Super Robot Wars)
  • Wave of Existence (Xenogears)
  • DIO, Gone To Heaven/Heaven Ascension DIO (Jojo's Bizarre Adventures Eyes of Heaven)
  • Solaris (Sonic The Hedgehog 2006)
  • Alf Layla Wa Layla (Sonic and the Seven Rings); Erazor Djinn's second form


  • Genie (Aladdin)
  • Jafar (Aladdin)
  • Bruce (Bruce Almighty); temporarily
  • The Glory (Doctor Who)
  • God (Lucifer)
  • Goddess (Lucifer)
  • Q (Species) (Star Trek)
  • Kevin Uxbridge (Star Trek: TNG)
  • Castiel (Supernatural); after absorbing the souls of Purgatory
  • Archangels (Supernatural)
  • Death (Supernatural)
  • God (Supernatural); formerly
  • The Darkness (Supernatural)
  • Jesse Turner (Supernatural); potentially, possibly formerly
  • Jack Kline (Supernatural)
  • Beldam (Coraline); via The Other World
  • Djinn (Wishmaster)


  • Aslan (Chronicles Of Narnia)
  • Outer Gods (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • Old High Ones (Discworld)
  • God (Star Maker)
  • The Naked God (The Night's Dawn Trilogy)
  • Ramarro (Five Kingdoms Series)
  • The Architect (The Keys to the Kingdom)
  • The New Architect/Arthur Penhaligon (The Keys to the Kingdom)


Web Series

  • First Guardians - Becquerel, GCat, Doc Scratch and Jade Harley (Homestuck); if their power source, the Green Sun, is destroyed, they are powerless
  • Bec Noir and Peregrine Mendicant (Homestuck); if their rings are removed or the Green Sun is destroyed, they will lose their powers
  • John Egbert (Homestuck); with Mastered God-Tier/When using and fused with The Ultimate Weapon
  • Lord English (Homestuck)
  • Tavrosprite (Homestuck); After being prototyped with GCat

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Known Objects

Known Powers




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Video Games

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