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The power to use the abilities of transcendent beings. Variation of Mythic Physiology.

Also Called

  • Almighty/Prime/Supreme/Ultimate Physiology
  • Apotheosis
  • Core Folk/Persons/People Mimicry/Physiology (Dragon Ball)
  • Deity/God/Goddess Mimicry/Physiology
  • Dea/Deus Mimicry/Physiology (Female/Male)
  • Divine/Godly/Holy/Sacred Being/Creature/Entity/Race Mimicry/Physiology
  • Godhead/Godhood
  • Theá/Theós Mimicry/Physiology (Female/Male)
  • Transcendent Mimicry


User with this ability either is or can transform into a Transcendent Being, existing in a state of being free from the constraints of the material world, as in the case of a deity or other beings that can/have overcome the limitations of physical existence and also be/become independent of it.

User is physically and mentally beyond essentially all forms of harm or other ways to influence them (outside of other beings of similar status, superior beings or some specific concepts), and gain powers that are supernatural to outside viewers. While they can enter into the material universe, becoming immanent, their true being is outside existence and thus both independent and outside of everything that happens to their manifested/avatar form.

As they are able to perceive existence in a completely different and transcendent way, they can achieve things that are beyond the understanding of lesser beings, for example, a children's toy built by them could be used as a dangerous, and unstoppable weapon by the lower races.

There is also different variations within godhoods, and they are split into three flavours:

Religion Focused: Deities of this category originate from sacred doctrines, especially the fact that there is a single Supreme Being, which is basically the most powerful kind of God imaginable that created the entirety of existence. For example, God himself is a Trinity God, which is the purest and most accurate kind of Supreme Being.

Mythology/Folklore Focused: Gods of this category stem from myths, also alternatively referred to as legends and folklore. Greek gods can be the best example of those kinds of Deities. More often than not, there are Divine Lords, which are basically Gods that are immensely powerful over their kind, though not to the same echelon of power a monotheistic deity has.

Race Focused: Deities that are of this category, are associated with races (like animals, beings, monsters, aliens, and the whole nine yards), yet have godly influence over the specific kinds of races they exclusively belong to. Race lords, while they are immensely powerful, are not of this since they are not of, and just have powers that aren’t of godly status. However, what the race lords and race-focused deities have in common, is that they can both possibly be progenitors of the species they’re part of, and both are superior over their species. In basic terms, race lords are of course powerful, but no where near the same level as the race-focused gods. Unlike race lords, race-focused gods have physiological powers (and/or even abilities that their kin doesn’t always have in physiology terms), and most/all their racial weaknesses are stripped clean, therefore making them nigh-unbeatable until a reliable way of defeating them was discovered, like forcibly giving them weaknesses via powers, objects, etc, and/or removing their godhood, and possibly among others along those lines.

Mythological Group

User with this ability can use the powers of a deity or deities from mythology. For example, if someone wanted to gain the power of Zeus, they would gain electrokinesis, aerokinesis, and (possibly) asterokinesis. While the user can become incredibly powerful once mastering this power, it also shares the same weakness as Mythic Physiology, and is limited by the amount of knowledge concerning the deities. Users with this power will be weaker than those who wield the "true" version of this power.


Common powers to transcendent beings are:

Domain Warping: Besides these powers, if the user gains this power through Mythological Mimicry, the user gains a set of unique powers depending on the domain of the mimicked "deity".

Age to Forging/Craftsmanship

Fortune/Luck to Music

Nature to Seasons

Sky/Heavens to Wisdom


Mythical Mimicry Variations:


User may also gain:


Known Users

See Also: God Tropes especially Our Gods Are Different.


  • Angels (Abrahamic Religions)
  • Demons (Abrahamic Religions)
  • Jinn (Folklore/Mythology)
  • Prophets (Abrahamic Religions)
  • Saints (Catholicism)
  • Doppelgangers (Mythology)
  • Great Spirits (Shamanism)
  • Angels (Zoroastrianism)
  • Daevas (Zoroastrianism)
  • Archangels (Folklore/Mythology)
  • Archdemons (Folklore/Mythology)
  • Archons (Gnosticism)
  • Aeons (Gnosticism)
  • Elementals (Mythology)
  • Ankou (Breton Mythology)
  • Asuras (Buddhism/Hinduism)
  • Rakshasas (Buddhism/Hinduism)
  • Nagas (Buddhism/Hinduism)
  • Garudas (Buddhism/Hinduism)
  • Deities (Folklore/Mythology)
  • Valkyries (Norse Mythology)
  • Gallu Demons (Mesopotamian Mythology)
  • Scorpionmen (Babylonian Mythology)
  • Iyes (Turkic Mythology)
  • Seraphim (Abrahamic Religions)
  • Behemoth (Judeo-Christianity)
  • Leviathan (Judeo-Christianity)
  • Ziz (Judeo-Christianity)
  • Nurarihyon (Shintoism)
  • Ahura (Zoroastrianism)
    • Ahura Mazda
    • Mithra
    • Apam Napat


  • Deities (American Gods)
  • Deities (Discworld)
  • Deities (Riordan Verse)
    • Greek Gods, Titans, and Protogenoi (Percy Jackson series)
    • Roman Gods and Gigantes (Heroes of Olympus)
    • Norse Gods and Jotunn (Magnus Chase)
    • Egyptian Gods and their hosts (Kane Chronicles)
  • The Great Wolf (Survivors series)
  • Death (Harry Potter)
  • The Architect (The Keys to the Kingdom)
  • The Old One (The Keys to the Kingdom)
  • The New Architect (The Keys to the Kingdom)
  • Eru Ilúvatar (Lord of the Rings)
  • Ainur (Lord of the Rings)
  • The Nine Shiners (The Old Kingdom)


  • Lucy (Lucy)
  • Eris (Sinbad)
  • The Moon King (Kubo and the Two Strings)
  • The Sisters (Kubo and the Two Strings)
  • Sariatu (Kubo and the Two Strings)
  • Celestials (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
    • Ego
  • Dormammu (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

Live Television

  • Pagan Gods (Supernatural)
  • The Charmed Ones (Charmed); Temporarily as Goddesses.
  • Golden Belt of Gaea wielder (Charmed)
  • Various Sentai villains (Super Sentai)
    • Various Sentient Sentai Mecha (Super Sentai)
  • Mystic Titans (Power Rangers Mystic Force)
  • Heavenly Saints (Mahou Sentai Magiranger)


  • Powerful Spirits (Avatar: The Last Airbender/The Legend of Korra)
  • Avatars (Avatar: The Last Airbender/The Legend of Korra); via Raava
  • Fanoxean (The Young Guardians)
  • Sheen the God (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius); Intelligence Infinitum
  • Celestialsapiens (Ben 10)
    • Alien X
  • Paradox (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
  • Rex Salazar (Generator Rex); via the Master Nanites
  • Kwamis (Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir)
  • Grob Gob Glob Grod (Adventure Time)
  • GOLB (Adventure Time)
  • Catalyst Comet (Adventure Time)
  • Cosmic Owl (Adventure Time)
  • Death (Adventure Time)
  • Life (Adventure Time)
  • Orgalorg (Adventure Time)
  • Party God (Adventure Time)
  • Prismo (Adventure Time)


  • Darkseid (DC Comics)
  • The Presence (DC Comics)
  • Swamp Thing (DC Comics); as God-Thing
  • Empty Hand (DC Comics)
  • Shazam (DC Comics)
  • Angels (DC Comics)
  • Archangels (DC Comics)
    • Lucifer Morningstar
    • Michael Demiurgos
  • Elaine Belloc (DC Comics)
  • Pagan Gods (DC Comics)
  • The Seven Endless (DC Comics)
  • Time (DC Comics)
  • Night (DC Comics)
  • Parliament of Trees (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Limbs (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Decay (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Stones (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Flames (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Waves (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Vapors (DC Comics)
  • The Parliament of Worlds (DC Comics)
  • Galactus (Marvel Comics)
  • The One-Above-All (Marvel Comics)
  • The Phoenix Force (Marvel Comics) and its hosts
  • The Chaos King (Marvel Comics)
  • Eternity (Marvel Comics)
  • Cyttorak (Marvel Comics)
  • The Living Tribunal (Marvel Comics)
  • Gods/Deities of any Pantheon (Various)
  • God (Spawn/Image)
  • The Weave (Top Cow)
  • Deities (The Wicked + The Divine)
  • All-Powerful Fables (Fables)
    • Great Powers
      • Hope
      • Dark Man/Mister Dark
      • Four Cardinal Winds
      • The Lady of the Lake
    • Deities
    • D'Jinn
    • Death
    • Devils
  • Literals (Fables)
  • Deities (Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose)
  • All Incarnations of Promethea (Promethea)
  • Entities from the Immateria (Promethea)
    • Deities
    • Demons


Video Games

  • Chakravartin (Asura's Wrath)
  • The Eight Guardian Generals (Asura's Wrath)
    • Asura
    • Deus
    • Yasha
    • Wyzen
    • Augus
    • Kalrow
    • Olga
    • Sergei
  • Jubileus (Bayonetta)
  • Gods (Black and White Series)
  • Great Ones (Bloodborne)
  • Everlasting Dragons (Dark Souls)
  • Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight/Cinder (Dark Souls)
  • Dark Sun Gwyndolin (Dark Souls)
  • Gwynevere, Princess of Sunlight (Dark Souls)
  • Gravelord Nito (Dark Souls)
  • The Witch of Izalith/Bed of Chaos (Dark Souls)
  • The Furtive Pygmy (Dark Souls)
  • Velka, Goddess of Sin (Dark Souls)
  • Manus, Father of the Abyss (Dark Souls)
  • Daughters of the Abyss (Dark Souls II)
    • Nashandra
    • Elana, the Squalid Queen
    • Nadalia, Bride of Ash
    • Alsanna, Silent Oracle
  • Old Iron King (Dark Souls II)
  • The Rotten (Dark Souls II)
  • The Lost Sinner (Dark Souls II)
  • The Duke's Dear Freja (Dark Souls II)
  • The Old Dragonslayer (Dark Souls II)
  • Lords of Cinder (Dark Souls III)
  • The Nameless King (Dark Souls III)
  • Princess Filianore (Dark Souls III)
  • Creator (Darksiders)
  • The Four Legendary Horsemen (Darksiders)
    • Death
    • War
    • Strife
    • Fury
  • Charred Council (Darksiders)
  • Lucifer (Darksiders)
  • Destroyer/Abaddon (Darksiders)
  • Absalom (Darksiders)
  • Samael (Darksiders)
  • Mechikabura (Dragon Ball Heroes)
  • Anu (The Elder Scrolls)
  • Padomay (The Elder Scrolls)
  • Et'Ada (The Elder Scrolls)
  • Olympians and Titans (God of War)
  • Aesir and Vanir (God of War)
  • Demigods (God of War)
    • Kratos
  • Harvest Goddess (Harvest Moon)
  • Golden Goddesses (The Legend of Zelda)
    • Din
    • Nayru
    • Farore
  • DIO, Gone To Heaven/Heaven Ascension DIO (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Eyes of Heaven)
  • Hylia (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Fierce Deity (The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask)
  • Ermac (Mortal Kombat); via the Essence of Blaze
  • Uncle Death (Let It Die)
  • Althena (Lunar)
  • Zophar (Lunar 2: Eternal Blue)
  • The Gods (Mortal Kombat)
    • Raiden
    • Fujin
  • The Elder Gods (Mortal Kombat)
    • Shinnok
  • Wizeman the Wicked (NiGHTS series)
  • Yung Venuz (Nuclear Throne/Gun Godz)
  • Celestial Brush Gods (Okami)
  • Philemon (Persona series)
  • Nyarlathotep (Persona series)
  • Nyx (Persona 3)
  • Erebus (Persona 3)
  • Izanami-no-Mikoto's incarnations (Persona 4)
    • Kusumi-no-Okami
    • Izanami-no-Okami
    • Ameno-Sagiri
  • Yaldabaoth (Persona 5)
  • Arceus (Pokémon)
  • Creation Trio (Pokémon)
    • Dialga
    • Palkia
    • Giratina
  • Mega Rayquaza (Pokémon)
  • Ultra Necrozma (Pokémon)
  • Eternamax Eternatus (Pokémon)
  • Zygarde Complete (Pokémon)
  • Virgil The Ring Lord (Saga Frontier)
  • Kagura (Senran Kagura); as True Kagura
  • Chaos (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Solaris (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Chip/Light Gaia (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Dark Gaia (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Ogre (Tekken Series)
  • The Unbound (The Secret World)
  • The Host (The Secret World)
    • Grigori
    • Nephilim
  • Deities (The Secret World)
    • Frederick Beaumont/Loki
    • Forest God
  • The Aesir (Too Human)
  • Hiruko (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Zanza (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Gaunter O'Dimm (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt)







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