The power to use the divine and godly traits of a transcendent undead entity. Highest form of Undead Physiology. Undead variation of Transcendent Physiology.

Also Called

  • Divine Undead Physiology
  • Godly Specimen Physiology
  • Undead Deity/God


The user with this ability is or able to transform into a transcendent undead entity; an necrotic entity with a divine and godly status with almighty feats.

In folkore, the undead is a dead corpse that is alive and moving (very sluggish and clumsy), but incapable of perceiving their surroundings and feeding off of human flesh. They also have an irrational thinking process. They are often vicious when encountered, very strong, and the only way to kill them is to smash their head in any way.

However, when in the state of transcendency,  the user doesn't have those faults. The user is a god-like undead entity and has became the most powerful out of all their species.

Transcendent Undeads are the highest form of the undead. They are high in statistics and condition most noticeably, such as speed, strength, durability, etc. and all senses are divine. The user can even gain dark magic, hence, most undead corpse are reanimated by dark magic such as Voodoo.





Known Users

  • Izanami (Shintoism)
  • Death/Pale Horseman (Christianity)
  • Ītzpāpālōtl (Aztec Mythology)
  • Mictlāntēuctli (Aztec Mythology)
  • Mictēcacihuātl (Aztec Mythology)
  • Mot (Canaanite Mythology)
  • Ankou (Welsh Mythology)
  • Death (European Folklore)
  • Osiris (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Seker (Egyptian Mythology)
  • Kalma (Finnish Mythology); the Stench of Corpses
  • Kisin (Lacandon Mythology)
  • God A (Mayan Mythology)
  • Mimir (Norse Mythology)
  • Hel (Norse Mythology)
  • Citipati (Buddhist Mythology)
  • Liches (Folklore)
  • Santa Muerte (Christian Folklore)
  • San La Muerte (Christian Folklore)
  • Evil Ernie (Chaos!/Dynamite Entertainment)
  • The Godeater (Chaos!/Dynamite Entertainment)
  • Gravelord Nito (Dark Souls)
  • The Rotten (Dark Souls II)
  • Ashen One (Dark Souls III); as the Lord of Hollows
  • Lords of Cinder (Dark Souls III)
  • Lord of Bones (Darksiders 2)
  • Pharaohmon (Digimon)
  • Black Hand (DC Comics)
  • Tsuki-yomi (DC Comics/Vertigo Comics)
  • Brethren Moons (Dead Space)
  • Falazure (Dungeons & Dragons)
  • Kyuss (Dungeons & Dragons)
  • Tenebrous (Dungeons & Dragons)
  • Dark Ones (The Evil Dead)
  • Evil Ash (The Evil Dead)
  • Atropus, The World Born Dead (Forgotten Realms)
  • Irwin (The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy)
  • Setsuna Takemaru (Inuyasha)
  • Killabily (Lollipop Chainsaw)
  • Hive Queen (Marvel Comics)
  • Ainz Ooal Gown (Overlord)
  • Vecna (Planescape)
  • Hokuto (Shikabane Hime)
  • The Narrator/God (Space Dandy); via the Zombie Virus
  • The Overlord (Splatterhouse 2010)
  • Lich (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • Nagash, God of Afterlives (Warhammer: Age of Sigmar)
  • Grandmother (Wrath: The Oblivion)
  • Exodia Necross (Yu-Gi-Oh!)

Known Items

  • Markers (Dead Space)
  • Necronomicon Ex Mortis (The Evil Dead)
  • So'unga (Inyasha: Swords of an Honorable Ruler)
  • The Poisons (Marvel Comics)


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