"I am being. She's nothingness."
― God, about his sister, Amara (Supernatural)

The ability to become the embodiment of oblivion. Variation of Power Manifestation. Opposite to Existence Embodiment. Not to be confused with Nihilism Embodiment.

Also Called

  • Absolute Nothingness Embodiment
  • Abyss Embodiment
  • Emptiness Embodiment
  • Eternal Oblivion Embodiment
  • Nonexistence Embodiment
  • Nothingness Embodiment
  • Oblivion Incarnate
  • The Abyss
  • The Empty
  • The Nothing
  • The Nonexistent
  • Void Embodiment


Users become the physical manifestation or personification of oblivion, or Eternal Oblivion, a state of ceasing to exist, and nonexistence, a state of not existing at all.




  • Without nothingness, the user cannot use this power.
  • This does not give users the role or powers of Death Embodiment.

Known Users

  • The Unnamed Darkness (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • Forgetter (Fighting Fantasy Girl Rescue Me: Mave-Chan)
  • The Void (Final Fantasy V); presumably
  • Chaos (Greek Mythology)
  • Lethe (Greek Mythology)
  • Gasper Balor (Highschool DxD)
  • Chaos (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Oblivion (Marvel)
  • Kanna (InuYasha)
  • Mother Night (Vertigo)
  • Ginnungagap (Norse Mythology)
  • Ayin/Ein Sof (Kabbalah)
  • Yuti Ra/Kervius (Heroic Age)
  • The Nothing (Cardcaptor Sakura)
  • The Erase (Cardcaptor Sakura)
  • Lord of Nightmares/L-sama (Slayers)
  • Ymir (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Padomay (Elder Scrolls)
  • The Nothing (The Neverending Story)
  • Xayide (The Neverending Story)
  • The Darkness/Amara (Supernatural)
  • Abyss Trinity (Trinity Seven)
  • Nekron (DC)
  • Ain (Elsword); as Apostasia
  • Pralaya (DC Comics)
  • Void Elemental (Dragonfable)
  • Ophis (Highschool DxD)
  • Ymir (Valkyrie Crusade)


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