The power to be supremely almighty and invincible.

Also Called

  • Above-All
  • Absolute Power
  • All-Power
  • Almighty Power
  • Alpha/Omega Power
  • Infinite Might/Power
  • Supreme Power
  • Ultimate Godhood/Power
  • Unlimited Power


Omnipotence (from Latin: Omni Potens: "all power") is the ability to be almighty in every sense and aspect.

The user can achieve and do absolutely anything without any limit or condition, including the conceptually impossible and logically impossible, like "bigger than infinity" or "making a squared circle". They possess all powers and everything beyond them, existing on level inconceivably above/beyond any other power/concept.

Its one and only wielder (there can be only one in each fictional continuity, hence the "Above All") is fundamentally invincible, completely immune to all other powers, and able to defeat the combined might of all creation and its mightiest beings just by wanting it, without the slightest effort.


Specific Examples


Omnipotent Abilities

In-Universe (official)

Trans-Fictional (fan speculation)


  • Although users can do and know anything without limit, they may possibly choose not to, be it because of personal rules (like the Mother of Creation), or purely out of whim.
  • Omnipotent beings can apply their power only in their respective fiction.

Known Users

See Also: The Omnipotent.

In-Universe Omnipotence

  • Azathoth (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • Azathoth (Demonbane)
  • God (Bruce Almighty/Evan Almighty)
  • God (Saints Row)
  • The Nameless One (Dungeons and Dragons: The Animated Series)
  • The Monad (Gnosticism)
  • Godhead Pickle Inspector (Problem Sleuth)
  • Trimurti (Hinduism)
  • Vishwakarma (Hinduism)
  • Lord of Nightmares/L-sama (Slayers/Lost Universe)
  • The-One-Above All (Marvel)
  • The Creators (Megaman NT Warrior)
  • God (Monotheism)
  • Game Master (Not Lives)
  • The Creator (Umineko no Naku Koro ni)
  • Thor (The Metaphysics of Perfect Beings)
  • Eru Ilúvatar (Tolkienverse)
  • God (Valkyrie Crusade)
  • U-DO (Xenosaga)
  • Akasha (Nasuverse)
  • Divine Presence (I/O)


Start a Discussion Discussions about Omnipotence

  • Understanding this single power

    3 messages
    • 1) An author can make the claim that there are two or even an infinite amount of Omnipotent beings in their story. An author can also make ...
    • By the way, there can be 2 gods in fiction yes. But divinity =/= omnipotence
  • The Most Powerful Power (Without Doubt)

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    • Vizorus69 wrote:100Shock rock001 wrote:so who is that 0-God-0?Probably a new user. or real nigh omnipotent being
    • ANDROMADA wrote: CoolCat123450 wrote: Vizorus69 wrote: ANDROMADA wrote: CoolCat123450 wrote: Yes, I understand. As a matter of fact, I crea...