The power to possess or have traits of a Supreme Deity. Variation of Transcendent Physiology and Alpha Physiology. Pinnacle of Divine Lord Physiology. Opposite of False Deity Physiology. Not to be confused with Monotheistic Deity Physiology, Divine Lord Physiology or Demiurge Physiology.

Also Called

  • Divine King/Queen
  • Emperor/Empress of Gods
  • God of Gods
  • Highest/Alpha Deity/God/Goddess Physiology
  • Overdeity Physiology
  • The Supreme Pagan God
  • Transcendent Deity Physiology

Capabilities

The user either is or can transform into a Supreme Deity, a god/goddess who unquestionably upholds sovereignty between its pantheon, so it is associated with higher divine abilities and considered far more powerful by reason of being controllers of the universe. Supreme Deities are commonly seen in mythology, and were important among ancient and current civilizations for its impact.

Supreme Deities are characterized as the leader of its respective pantheon, ruling them. They're also not absolutely perfect as a Monotheistic God is said to be, considering there are stories detailing their misadventures.

Some cases, even when between them all they are the most powerful, sometimes they aren't necessarily rulers; here, many of them took the mantle briefly, or were ousted in their mythologies.

Unlike Divine Lord Physiology, they hold firm leadership among their pantheon, and not only varying authority.

Applications

Associations

Limitations

Notes

  • Can still fall victims to the power of Omnipotence.
  • Supreme Deities can also be just as powerful as Monotheistic Deities and Demiurges, as well as somewhat be Monotheistic themselves depending on the religion they are connected to. Also the first Supreme Deities were of the Pagans, before Monotheistic faiths.

Known Users

See Also: Top God.

Anime/Manga

  • Grand Zeno (Dragon Ball Super)
  • Truth & Illusion (Goblin Slayer)

Folklore/mythology

  • Baiame (Aboriginal Mythology)
  • Ra (Egyptian Mythology)
  • AmUn (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Atem (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Ptah (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Achamán (Guanches Mythology)
  • Para Brahman (Hindu mythology)
  • Shakti (Hindu Mythology)
  • The Trimurti (Hindu Mythology)
    • Brahma (Hindu Mythology)
    • Shiva (Hindu Mythology)
    • Vishnu (Hindu Mythology)
  • Chaos (Greek Mythology)
  • Zeus / Jupiter (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Phanes (Greco-Roman Mythology)
  • Odin (Nordic Mythology)
  • Bathala (Philippine Mythology)
  • Perun (Slavic Mythology)
  • Rod (Slavic Mythology)
  • Svarog (Slavic Mythology)

Comics

  • Council of All-Fathers (Marvel Comics)
    • Zeus
    • Gitche Manitou
    • Odin
    • Vishnu
  • Zeus (DC Comics)

Video Games

  • Aesir (Bayonetta)
  • Davoth (Doom Eternal); originally
  • The Father (Doom Eternal); after succeeding Davoth
  • Ao (Forgotten Realms)
  • Odin (God of War)
  • Zeus (God of War)
  • Zeus (Smite)
  • Arceus (Pokémon)
  • Zeus (TYPE-MOON)

Cartoons

  • Zeus (Clash of the titans)

Literature

  • Zeus/Jupiter (Riordanverse)
  • Ra (Riordanverse)
  • Odin (Riordanverse)

Gallery

Anime/Manga

Folklore/Mythology

Comics

Video Games

Cartoons

Literature

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