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The power to possess or have traits of a Snake Deity. Variation of Transcendent PhysiologyAnimal Deity Physiology and Snake Physiology. Not to be confused with Transcendent Dragon Physiology; However a Snake Deity can possess both abilities depending on the type of Snake/Serpent Deity they are or what is covered within their domain.

Also Called

  • God of Snakes and Serpents
  • Serpent Deity/God/Goddess Physiology
  • The Divine Snake/Serpent


The user with this ability either is or can transform into a Snake Deity, a god/goddess who represents or is associated with snakes, both venomous or non venomous. Snake Deities are common in mythology and were important among the civilizations they were present in, like Egypt, Mexico, Africa, Australia and Asia (especially India).


Types of Snake/Serpent Deities and Deity-like Beings Known




Known Users


  • Mervamon (Digimon)
  • Ophis (Highschool DxD)


  • Mami Wata (African Mythology/Haitian Vodu)
  • Bobbi-Bobbi (Australian Aboriginal Mythology)
  • Rainbow Serpent (Australian Aboriginal Mythology)
  • Cōātlīcue (Aztec Mythology)
  • Quetzalcoatl (Aztec Mythology)
  • Apep/Apophis (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Atum (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Unut (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Wadjet (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Meretseger (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Minoan Snake Goddess (Greek Mythology)
  • Ophion (Greek Mythology)
  • Typhon (Greek Mythology)
  • Damballa (Haitian Vodu)
  • Nāga (Hindu Mythology)
    • Adishesha (Hindu Mythology);One of the primal beings of creation and the bed of Lord Vishnu in Ksheerasagar.
    • Vasuki (Hindu Mythology);The king of snakes and the serpent coiled around the neck of Lord Shiva.
  • Coi Coi-Vilu (Mapuche Mythology)
  • Feathered Serpent (Mesoamerica Mythology)
  • Jörmungandr (Norse Mythology)
  • Níðhöggr (Norse Mythology)
  • Glycon (Roman Mythology); Fake God

Video Games

  • Quetzalcoatl (Megami Tensei)
  • Typhon (Megami Tensei)
  • Yurlungur (Megami Tensei)
  • Mercurius (Shinza Banshou series)

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