Omnipotents are characters who are considered the be - all, end - all of characters and can literally do anything they damn well please because, well, they're all powerful and most of the time God. Who the hell is stupid enough to attempt to stop them, despite the fact that attempting to do so in the first place is pointless as it makes no difference to the outcome anyway. However in fiction and in real life, the term omnipotent is a paradox, or at least is above logic, meaning any attempt to prove or explain it is flawed.

In today's day and age, omnipotence is considered a logical fallacy.


Is a term used to either to describe a character that is almost all powerful in their fictional multiverse/megaverse/omniverse (aka 616 Thanos with the Heart of the Universe in Marvel Comics Earth-616) but is not quite the most powerful being in the entire verse. Thanos with the Heart of the Universe is below Omniversal entities such as The One Above All. Despite this he can stomp 99.999 percent of fiction with out even moving his pinkie. Also called Nigh-Omnipotence.

Or a term used by tards and fanboys to make there favorite character sound a lot more powerful and impressive than s/he actually is, examples being Goku, Alucard, Dark Schneider and Yuki Nagato. The term is also applied to many characters in fiction, who are clearly not omnipotent, just meaning really powerful

Most Near-Omnipotents are usually reality warpers

Some true Omnipotents

  • Gan (Dark Tower)
  • Mother of Existence also known as Man of Miracles (Image Comics)
  • The One Above All (Marvel Comics)
  • The Various Writers, such as Grant Morrison and Mike Carlin (DC Comics)

Some Questionable Omnipotents

  • Akasha/Akashic Records (Nasuverse)
  • Azathoth (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • Eru Iluvatar (Tolkienverse)
  • Emperor-Over-the-Sea (The Chronicles of Narnia)
  • God (Bastard!!)
  • Kami Tenchi (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • Lord of Nightmares (Slayers)
  • This Force/Gentle Pull (Mario Bros)
  • The Creator (Wheel of Time)
  • The Presence (DC Comics)
  • The Primal Monitor (DC Comics)
  • The One (Transformers)
  • The Quiet (Illium/Olympos)
  • Truth (Fullmetal Alchemist)

Some real Nigh-Omnipotents

  • Angelic Spawn (Image Comics)
  • Arceus (Pokemon)
  • Bat-Mite (DC Comics)
  • Beyonder (Pre-Retcon) (Marvel Comics)
  • The Chousin (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • The Creator God of Light: Horakhty (Yu-Gi-Oh)
  • Counter-Actor (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • The Ds (Tenchi Muyo!)
  • Elaine Belloc (DC/Vertigo Comics)
  • The Endless (DC/Vertigo Comics)
  • Full-Powered Spectre (DC Comics)
  • God & Satan (Image Comics)
  • The Great Evil Beast (DC/Vertigo Comics)
  • Haruka Kaminogi (Noein)
  • The King (Image Comics)
  • The Living Tribunal (Marvel Comics)
  • Lucifer Morningstar (DC/Vertigo Comics)
  • Molecule Man (Pre-Retcon) (Marvel Comics)
  • Mr. Mxyzptlk (DC Comics)
  • Michael Demiurgos (DC/Vertigo Comics)
  • Primus (Transformers)
  • Solar, Man of the Atom (Valiant Comics)
  • Thanos with Heart of the Universe (Marvel Comics)
  • Trenia (Nipponverse)
  • U-DO (Xenosaga)
  • Wave of Existence (Xenogears)
  • Original Unicron (Transformers)
  • The Void (Final Fantasy)
  • YHVH (Shin Megami Tensei)
  • ZeedMillenniummon (Digimon)

Some fake Near-Omnipotents


  • The Archive (Getbackers)
  • Blackheart (Marvel Comics)
  • Bruce (Bruce Almighty)
  • Darkseid (DC Comics)
  • Dark Schneider (Bastard!!)
  • God (The Law of Ueki)
  • Golden Goddesses (Legend of Zelda)
  • Hao Asakura (Shaman King)
  • Jafar (Aladdin)
  • Mephisto (Marvel Comics)
  • Malebolgia (Image Comics)
  • Odin (Marvel comics)
  • Q (Star Trek)
  • Ultimecia (Final Fantasy VIII)
  • Void Dragon (Warhammer 40,000)
  • Yuki Nagato (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya)

Just make sure that no matter what you do, you don't mention omnipotence anywhere around Pencil

See also:

- Omnipresent
- Omniscient