Sarah Kerrigan (Starcraft) is the most cunning and powerful Zerg that ever lived.
be vastly superior to one's kind and evolve further through experience.
The ability to
be vastly superior to one's kind and evolve further through experience
. A combination of
Users are vastly superior to any member of their species, learning and achieving quickly and effortlessly what takes years of hard work to others, and growing substantially stronger and better with each challenge. They naturally arouse a strong admiration and desire among their kind, as they personify the pinnacle of their species, and even the most hostile are forced to acknowledge their towering superiority and amazing prowess.
High standards may make it hard to relate to others, leading to a form of loneliness.
Paragons are usually the priority target during serious conflicts as the most dangerous opponent.
Medaka Kurokami (Medaka Box); to Abnormals
Son Goku ( Dragon Ball Z); to Saiyans
The Sentry ( Marvel); to Superhumans
Nate Grey ( Marvel); to Mutants
Kerrigan ( StarCraft); to Zergs
H'el ( DC); to Kryptonians
Ban ( Yureka); to Players
Alucard ( Hellsing); to Vampires
Deucalion ( Teen Wolf); to Werewolves
Captain Comet ( DC); to Humans
Alphas ( Supernatural); to their respective species
Madoka Kaname ( Puella Magi Madoka Magica); to Magical Girls
Pariah ( Prototype); to Infected
Lucy ( Lucy); to Humans
Sephiroth ( Compilation of Final Fantasy VII); to SOLDIERs
Captain Comet (DC Comics) is the pinnacle of human evolution.
The Sentry (Marvel) is a prime example of superhuman Alpha.
Goku (DBZ) is the most powerful and skilled Saiyan in history.
H'el (DC) is superior to all other kryptonians (Superman included), with a much stronger power-level and many other abilities.
Medaka Kurokami (Medaka Box) is as much above Abnormals as they are above humans.
As one of the most powerful omega-level mutants, Nate Grey (Marvel) embodies the pinnacle of mutantkind.
Pariah (Prototype) is a perfect form of the Blacklight Virus and was believed to be the "final purpose" of life on Earth.