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Transcendent Physiology
Zeus
As King of the gods, Zeus (God of War) has this type of physiology.

Power/Ability to:

Use the traits of Transcendent Being

Power to use the abilities of transcendent beings. Variation of Mythic Physiology.

Also Called

  • Apotheosis
  • Deity Mimicry/Physiology
  • Divine Mimicry/Physiology
  • God Mimicry/Physiology
  • Transcendent Mimicry

Capabilities

User with this ability either is or can transform into an Transcendent Being, entering a state of being free from the constraints of the material world, as in the case of a deity or other beings that can overcome the limitations of physical existence and also 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 and magical to outside viewer. While they can enter into the material universe, becoming immanent, their true being is outside the existence and thus both independent and outside everything that happens to their manifested/avatar form.

As they are able to perceive the existence in 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.

Mythological Mimicry

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.

Applications

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 Music

Age

Agriculture

Blame/Mockery

Doorways

Celestial Axis

Chaos

Death

Destruction

Earth

Fear/Terror

Festivities

Fire

Forging/Craftsmanship

Fortune/Luck

Healing

Hearth/Home

Hunting/Wildlife

Labor

Love

Magic

Memory

Moon

Music/Songs

Nature to Wisdom

Nature

Oceans

Order/Justice/Law

Prophecy

Rainbows

Seasons

Sky/Heavens

Sleep/Dreams

Speed

Stars

Strength

Sun

Time

Travel

Trickery

Underworld

War

Wealth

Weather

Wisdom

Variations

Mythical Mimicry Variations

Associations

User may also gain either:

Or:

Known Users

  • Fanoxean (The Young Guardians)
  • Force Wielders (Star Wars)
  • Sheen the God (Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius)
  • God (Judeo-Christianity)
  • Galactus (Marvel)
  • Presence (DC)
  • Gods/Deities of any Pantheon (Marvel/DC)
  • One-Above-All (Marvel)
  • Aizen (Bleach)
  • Percy Jackson (Camp Half Blood)
  • Jason Grace (Camp Half Blood)
  • Demigod Residents of Camp Half-Blood and Camp Jupiter (Camp Half Blood)
  • Pagans (Supernatural)
  • Gods (Mythology)
  • Demigods (Camp Half Blood series)
  • God hosts (Kane Chronicles)
  • The Charmed Ones (Charmed); Temporarily as Goddesses
  • The Phoenix Force (Marvel) and its hosts
  • Alien X (Ben 10)
  • Celestialsapiens (Ben 10)
  • Paradox (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
  • Sailor Cosmos (Sailor Moon)
  • The Gods (Mortal Kombat)
  • The Elder Gods (Mortal Kombat)
  • Celestial Brush Gods (Okami)
  • Demigods (God of War)
  • Olympians and Titans (God of War)
  • The Eight Guardian Generals/Demigods (Asura's Wrath)
  • Chakravartin (Asura's Wrath)
  • Digi Sovereigns (Digimon)
  • Yggdrasill/King Drasil (Digimon Savers/Data Squad)
  • The Chaos King (Marvel Comics)
  • Bagan (Godzilla)
  • Rex Salazar (Generator Rexith); the five divine Meta Nanites
  • The Aesir (Too Human)
  • God (Spawn/Image Comics)
  • Various Sentai villains (Super Sentai)
    • Various Sentient Sentai Mecha (Super Sentai)
  • Heavenly Saints (Mahou Sentai Magiranger)
  • Rā's al Ghūl (DC Comics)
  • Bills (Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods)
  • Nine Divines (Elder Scrolls franchise)
  • Kratos (God of War)
  • Chaos (Sailor Moon) and its hosts

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