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  • Demiurge
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  • Demiurgical is a term in philosophy and theology which relates to a creator deity. Federation Councillor Nitram of Bre'el IV attempted multiple times to get Federation funding for the Falric Institute to conduct a study on demiurgical phenomena. Such requests were repeatedly rejected. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)
  • Demiurge is not as strong as beings such as Eternity or The Living Tribunal and he is still over the power of The-One-Above-All.
  • Krovo Scrios, the Harbinger during the Extant War, believed himself to have been the Demiurge, in no small part due to the coaxing and firm convictions of his predecessor and mentor, Mercius Nothian. By the time the Charon invaded the realspace galaxy, the Demiurge was considered by the majority to have been a purely mythological figure. Due to the history of the Oblivion Crusades, very few among the Charon believed the extinguishing of all galactic life was possible within the span of a single Prophet's lifetime.
  • The Demiurge (also referred to as the Author, the Architect and the Creator) is the creator of the fictional Cosmology of Random Kingdom, or, more accurately, an author avatar of the acctual author, necessitated by a holistic cosmology. He does not play a large role in either of the settings and is not identical to the true God, which is the essence of all creation. The Author merely spins his own thought-up universe and is subject to the true God who rules over the universe in which the author resides. The only time he made an appearance was when Tycarion tried to assume the position of author. Turns out the Author manifests a guard of Giants (the world giants) with powers easily rivaling those of even the maximum-level Tycarion.
  • The Demiurge (デミウルゴス, Demiurugosu)? , also known as Yaldabaoth (ヤルダバオート, Yarudabaōto)?, is a recurring demon in the series.
  • The Demiurge is a powerful A.I. with plans to "improve" the human race. Its followers are known as Redeemers. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • A demiurge is a mortal who wields the Azoth to create a Promethean. The result of a demiurge's act of creation is a Progenitor, the prototype Promethean of a Lineage. Any Prometheans the Progenitor then creates inherit his Lineage. Demiurges are rare. There have been only a handful throughout history, and the last confirmed demiurge was Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Demiurges from Promethean history include:
  • The Demiurge in Gnostic lore refers to the evil material universe created by a lesser and/or inferior creator deity. In Gnosticism, the Demiurge is a being that never should have come into existence, the result of Sophia emanating without her male counterpart, Yeshua. She desired to create something apart from the divine totality and without the receipt of divine assent. In this abortive act of separate creation, she gave birth to the monstrous Demiurge and, being ashamed of her deed, she wrapped him in a cloud and created a throne for him within it. The Demiurge, isolated, did not behold his mother, nor anyone else, and thus concluded that only he himself existed, being ignorant of the superior levels of reality that were his birth-place. Thus the Demiurge is frequently identified as the
  • Demiurge is an immortal and ageless, god-like creature composed entirely of concentrated, light and sound-like chaos energy. He is a creature who is the product of the divine potential of existence that lies in nothingness. Demiurge literally means "artisan" - this is a direct reflection of one's status as a self-created deity; a being to emerge from the darkness and endless flowing abyss that existed before creation. A product of the energy and matter contained in this chaos, the Demiurge is existence in an inevitable state born from this divine potential.
  • A Demiurge is a kind of that oversees one of the dimensions in the UnMultiverse and is usually the creator of its home dimension. Originally, the word "demiurge" specifically referred to a creator god, but has since expanded to include gods that simply rule over a particular dimension without having created it. Some demiurges work as a single collective, such as the Teletubbies, but it is the norm for a demiurge to work alone. All demiurges either serve directly under the Undefeatables or are Undefeatables themselves, but Undefeatables and demiurges are not the same thing.
  • Tier: At least 2-A | At least 2-A Name: The Demiurge, Yaldabaoth Gender: Inapplicable Age: Inapplicable, exists beyond the concept of time Classification: Godly Spirit, Demiurge, Aspect of God Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1, 3, 4 and 8), Reality Warping, Spatial Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Life and Death Manipulation (Can instantly kill all foes with Judgement Light), Regeneration (Mid-Godly), Elemental Manipulation (Fire, Ice, Lightning, Ice and Air), Telepathy, Telekinesis, Teleportation, Non-Corporeal, Shapeshifting, Size-Shifting, Buffing/Debuffing (Decreases enemy attack/defense/agility with Debilitate, Becomes immune against Sleep/Panic/Charm/Mute with Null Mind, Increases Magical Power by
  • The demiurge is a concept from the Platonic, Neopythagorean, Middle Platonic, and Neoplatonic schools of philosophy for an artisan-like figure responsible for the fashioning and maintenance of the physical universe. The term was subsequently adopted by the Gnostics. Although a fashioner, the demiurge is not quite the creator figure in the familiar monotheistic sense; both the demiurge itself and the material from which the demiurge fashions the universe are considered either uncreated and eternal, or the product of some other being, depending on the system.
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Stone
  • 50.0
Level
  • 70
  • 80
  • 94
  • 95
  • 98
  • 99
CP
  • -
Strength
  • 66
  • 75
Alignment
  • Dark-Law
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Ice
  • Changes
  • Strong
  • Resist
Sleep
  • 50.0
striking strength
  • Featless
Battle Start
  • What shall I dream up now?
Paralyze
  • 50.0
Fear
  • 50.0
Agility
  • 60
  • 75
Luck
  • 53
  • 75
Soldiers
  • 6990
  • 7689
Curse
  • Null
  • Drain
MATK
  • 53
Hitpoints
  • 766
  • 20000
skill lv
  • Unleash a random skill / 15% chance
  • Unleash a random skill / 20% chance
Hit
  • 130
Boss
  • -
DEX
  • 98
  • 101
Durability
  • Inconclusive
Password
  • UMUTHh5pS+XJJdDn
  • t7vDTN0patDp3tD+
strength lifting
  • Featless
AttackType
  • -
  • Single Foe/1/Physical/None
Agi
  • 17
  • 101
  • 110
  • 113
Physical
  • Changes
  • -
Mag
  • 119
procs
  • 2
Poison
  • 50.0
Stamina
  • Infinite
Intelligence
  • Unknown
str
  • 15
  • 22
  • 101
  • 116
  • 119
LUC
  • 14
  • 82
  • 85
  • 101
ATK
  • 6870
  • 7557
friendship max
  • Don't open my closet! It's full
  • of dolls of you I dreamed up!
MDEF
  • 66
PATK
  • 184
spd
  • 15
friendship event
  • I have serious thoughts, too!
  • I think of cars, kitties, and
  • I'm just a dreamer? Tsk!
  • you. ...But mainly of you.
SpawnType
  • N/A
battle end
  • Hmm, no good ideas...
MGC
  • 20
  • 22
  • 101
  • 116
Rarity
  • UR
Rage
  • -
LV
  • ??
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Range
  • Multiverse level
End
  • 14
Element
  • Passion
Origin
  • Marvel Comics
  • Unknown
Age
  • Billions of years old
Speed
  • Omnipresent
Status
  • Active
Fire
  • Changes
  • Strong
  • Resist
Bomb
  • 50.0
Magic
  • 64
  • 75
Name
  • Demiurge
MP
  • 320
  • 329
  • 735
  • ???
TextColour
Weakness
  • Blaze/Divine
Specialfusion
  • Herald Metatron x Deity Hachiman x Fallen Samael
Elec
  • Resist
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ManaPoints
  • 423
  • 9999
Actor type
  • Character
procs g
  • -1
  • 2
AttackElem
  • ?
Vitality
  • 59
  • 75
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  • 【Autoskill】
  • Unit ATK +100%
skill G
  • ☆Plushy Paradise
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Actions
  • Avatar
Notable Members
meet
  • What should I dream up? A
  • teddy bear? Some chocolate?
Created by
Electricity
  • Changes
  • Strong
  • Resist
Mute
  • 50.0
DEF
  • 20
  • 6940
  • 7634
Skill
  • Megidola Tetrakarn Dekunda Absolute Zero Petra-Eye Death Ring
  • Mahamaon Mamudoon Dekunda Diarama Big Bang Agi Gate Bufu Gate Zio Gate Garu Gate Luster Candy Disaster Cycle Jihad
  • Jihad Luster Candy Victory Cry
  • Megidolaon Armageddon Bufudyne
  • Plushy Paradise
  • Antichthon\Innate Thunder Reign\Innate Debilitate\Innate Judgement Light\96 Null Mind\97
  • Antichthon\Innate Concentrate\Innate Trisagion\Innate Ice Age\Innate Thunder Gods\Innate Deadly Wind\Innate Null Mind\Innate Drain Light\Innate
  • Antichthon\Innate Concentrate\Innate Chakra Walk\96 Null Mind\97 Drain Light\98
Description
  • This whimsical, dreamy creator deity is always surrounded by the stuff she imagines.
Specialty
  • Almighty\+4 Fire\+3 Ice\+3 Elec\+3 Force\+3 Dark\+3 Ailment\+2 Phys\-3 Gun\-3 Light\-3 Heal\-3
Cost
  • 69
  • 83
friendship
  • I dreamed up a cake, but you
  • can't eat it. It's a plushy!
Relatedquest
  • The Voice of Arrogant "Evil"
Attribute
  • Freeze
int
  • 19
random
  • Deal 700% DMG to a single enemy with a simultaneous attack by all allies
  • All allies recover 100%
  • All allies' ATK 350% up / DEF 150% up
  • Deal 250% DMG to all enemies / Absorb 20%
  • Deal 200% DMG to all enemies / Unable to move 3 turns
random g
  • Deal 250% DMG to all enemies / Unable to move 3 turns
  • All allies recover 100%
  • All allies' ATK 400% up / DEF 200% up
  • Deal 250% DMG to all enemies / Absorb 20%
  • Deal 750% DMG to a single enemy with a simultaneous attack by all allies
Strain
  • 50.0
HP
  • 735
  • 748
  • 769
  • 870
  • 3500
  • ???
Wind
  • Changes
  • Strong
Classification
  • Cosmic Being
Gender
  • Male
Race
prefix
  • 闇神 / Dark God
World
  • Random Kingdom VXR
Gun
  • Changes
  • -
Force
  • Resist
Location
  • N/A
NOA
  • 4
AVD
  • 129
D-Skill
  • Repel Phys Jihad Gun Amp
Ailmentresistance
  • None
  • -
Charm
  • 50.0
BDEF
  • 168
Expel
  • Null
  • -
Normalattack
  • Phys x1 hit, 1 enemy
  • Phys x1 hits, 1 enemy
atk g
  • 10580
cost g
  • 91
striking speed
  • Featless
Almighty
  • -
Resistance
  • Freeze/Spark
PSRN
  • -
def g
  • 10688
skill g lv
  • Unleash a random skill / 15% chance
  • Unleash a random skill / 20% chance
soldiers g
  • 9996
reaction speed
  • Featless
destructive capacity
  • Universe level Multiverse level
awaken s
  • 20
awaken m
  • 15
awaken chance
  • 20
awaken l
  • 10
awaken orb
  • 2
unbound
  • Head, Left Leg & Right Leg
moreinfo
  • デミウルゴス
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  • <#66023C; background-image:-moz-radial-gradient;background-image:-webkit-radial-gradient
general alignment
  • Neutral, but normally Good.
weakpoint
  • Head, Front Legs
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CharSet
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  • Demiurgical is a term in philosophy and theology which relates to a creator deity. Federation Councillor Nitram of Bre'el IV attempted multiple times to get Federation funding for the Falric Institute to conduct a study on demiurgical phenomena. Such requests were repeatedly rejected. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)
  • The demiurge is a concept from the Platonic, Neopythagorean, Middle Platonic, and Neoplatonic schools of philosophy for an artisan-like figure responsible for the fashioning and maintenance of the physical universe. The term was subsequently adopted by the Gnostics. Although a fashioner, the demiurge is not quite the creator figure in the familiar monotheistic sense; both the demiurge itself and the material from which the demiurge fashions the universe are considered either uncreated and eternal, or the product of some other being, depending on the system. The word demiurge is an English word from a Latinized form of the Greek δημιουργός, dēmiourgos, literally "public worker", and which was originally a common noun meaning "craftsman" or "artisan". The philosophical usage and the proper noun derives from Plato's Timaeus, written circa 360 BC, in which the demiurge is the organizer of the universe, rather than the creator of a physical substratum. This is accordingly the definition of the demiurge in the Platonic (ca. 310 BC-90 BC) and Middle Platonic (ca. 90 BC-300 AD) philosophical traditions. In the various branches of the Neoplatonic school (third century onwards), the demiurge is the fashioner of the real, perceptible world, and of the Ideas, but (in most neoplatonic systems) is still not itself "the One". In the arch-dualist ideology of the various Gnostic systems, the material universe is evil while the non-material world is good. Accordingly, the demiurge is malevolent.
  • Demiurge is not as strong as beings such as Eternity or The Living Tribunal and he is still over the power of The-One-Above-All.
  • Krovo Scrios, the Harbinger during the Extant War, believed himself to have been the Demiurge, in no small part due to the coaxing and firm convictions of his predecessor and mentor, Mercius Nothian. By the time the Charon invaded the realspace galaxy, the Demiurge was considered by the majority to have been a purely mythological figure. Due to the history of the Oblivion Crusades, very few among the Charon believed the extinguishing of all galactic life was possible within the span of a single Prophet's lifetime.
  • A Demiurge is a kind of that oversees one of the dimensions in the UnMultiverse and is usually the creator of its home dimension. Originally, the word "demiurge" specifically referred to a creator god, but has since expanded to include gods that simply rule over a particular dimension without having created it. Some demiurges work as a single collective, such as the Teletubbies, but it is the norm for a demiurge to work alone. All demiurges either serve directly under the Undefeatables or are Undefeatables themselves, but Undefeatables and demiurges are not the same thing. Originally, when the UnMultiverse was created, the Undefeatables assigned several beings of god-like power to watch over the other dimensions, while the Undefeatables themselves watched over the UnUniverse from the Undefeatable Palace. The god-like beings, titled demiurges, were initially supposed to create their own dimensions to watch over, but time passed and lines began to blur. Unlike the process for electing Undefeatables, the process for electing demiurges was vague and confusing, which led to some inconsistencies. Dimensions were created artificially, existing demiurges were either defeated in combat or outright killed, and some Undefeatables stepped in to become demiurges themselves. All in all, things got hairy. Nowadays, anyone who can fulfill one of the criteria below can technically be considered a demiurge.
  • The Demiurge (also referred to as the Author, the Architect and the Creator) is the creator of the fictional Cosmology of Random Kingdom, or, more accurately, an author avatar of the acctual author, necessitated by a holistic cosmology. He does not play a large role in either of the settings and is not identical to the true God, which is the essence of all creation. The Author merely spins his own thought-up universe and is subject to the true God who rules over the universe in which the author resides. The only time he made an appearance was when Tycarion tried to assume the position of author. Turns out the Author manifests a guard of Giants (the world giants) with powers easily rivaling those of even the maximum-level Tycarion.
  • Demiurge is an immortal and ageless, god-like creature composed entirely of concentrated, light and sound-like chaos energy. He is a creature who is the product of the divine potential of existence that lies in nothingness. Demiurge literally means "artisan" - this is a direct reflection of one's status as a self-created deity; a being to emerge from the darkness and endless flowing abyss that existed before creation. A product of the energy and matter contained in this chaos, the Demiurge is existence in an inevitable state born from this divine potential. The Demiurge are a sorely misunderstood race of beings. They have been considered inferior gods and even the embodiments of evil. However, this is obviously far from the truth. In reality, they are the spawns of the primeval oceans of Nun (or nothingness) and as such, they owe their existence to no being, God or otherwise, and enjoy Total independence. Individual autonomy. Unrestricted freedom.
  • The Demiurge (デミウルゴス, Demiurugosu)? , also known as Yaldabaoth (ヤルダバオート, Yarudabaōto)?, is a recurring demon in the series.
  • Tier: At least 2-A | At least 2-A Name: The Demiurge, Yaldabaoth Gender: Inapplicable Age: Inapplicable, exists beyond the concept of time Classification: Godly Spirit, Demiurge, Aspect of God Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1, 3, 4 and 8), Reality Warping, Spatial Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Life and Death Manipulation (Can instantly kill all foes with Judgement Light), Regeneration (Mid-Godly), Elemental Manipulation (Fire, Ice, Lightning, Ice and Air), Telepathy, Telekinesis, Teleportation, Non-Corporeal, Shapeshifting, Size-Shifting, Buffing/Debuffing (Decreases enemy attack/defense/agility with Debilitate, Becomes immune against Sleep/Panic/Charm/Mute with Null Mind, Increases Magical Power by 2.5 with Concentrate), Almighty Attacks that bypass all defenses (Megidola, Megidolaon, Does severe Almighty damage while inflicting Debilitate with Antichthon), Nigh-Omniscience Attack Potency: At least Multiverse level+ (Swatted Metatron away as if he was a fly) | At least Multiverse level+ (After fusing with Metatron, Demiurge is said to be "Reaching" YHVH's former glory) Speed: Immeasurable | Immeasurable Lifting Strength: Immeasurable | Immeasurable Striking Strength: At least Multiversal+ | At least Multiversal+ Durability: At least Multiverse level+ | At least Multiverse level+ Stamina: Infinite Standard Equipment: None Notable Weaknesses: None Notable
  • A demiurge is a mortal who wields the Azoth to create a Promethean. The result of a demiurge's act of creation is a Progenitor, the prototype Promethean of a Lineage. Any Prometheans the Progenitor then creates inherit his Lineage. Demiurges are rare. There have been only a handful throughout history, and the last confirmed demiurge was Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Demiurges from Promethean history include: * Dr. Victor Frankenstein, who created the shambling monster that took his name * Pygmalion, who created the impossibly beautiful Galatea * Isis, who sought to bring her husband Osiris back from the dead * Ishtar, who created Tammuz to serve her as a slave * Tengri, who sought to make Ulgan a spirit-riven servant Should the rumors of the Nuclear Prometheans, the Zeky, ever be verified, five more demiurges would be added to the list. So far, only one has been identified: Dr. Mikhail Alessandrovich Elizarov, who created the monstrosity that took the name Tsar Bomba.
  • The Demiurge in Gnostic lore refers to the evil material universe created by a lesser and/or inferior creator deity. In Gnosticism, the Demiurge is a being that never should have come into existence, the result of Sophia emanating without her male counterpart, Yeshua. She desired to create something apart from the divine totality and without the receipt of divine assent. In this abortive act of separate creation, she gave birth to the monstrous Demiurge and, being ashamed of her deed, she wrapped him in a cloud and created a throne for him within it. The Demiurge, isolated, did not behold his mother, nor anyone else, and thus concluded that only he himself existed, being ignorant of the superior levels of reality that were his birth-place. Thus the Demiurge is frequently identified as the Abrahamic God Yahweh. The Gnostics attributed to the Demiurge much of the actions and laws that in the Tanach or Old Testament. The figures of the "Angel of YHWH" and the "Angel of Death" may have contributed to the Gnostic view of the Demiurge. Gnosticism also presents a distinction between the highest, unknowable “alien God” and the demiurgic “creator” of the material. Some systems of Gnostic thought present the demiurge as antagonistic to the will of the Supreme Being: his act of creation occurs in unconscious imitation of the divine model, and thus is fundamentally flawed, or else is formed with the malevolent intention of entrapping aspects of the divine in materiality. In such systems, the demiurge acts as a theodicy (a solution to the "problem of evil"). In the Apocryphon of John circa 200 CE, the demiurge has the name “Yaldabaoth,” and proclaims himself as God: "Now the archon who is weak has three names. The first name is Yaltabaoth, the second is Saklas (Syriac sækla, “the foolish one"), and the third is Samael (Syriac sæmʕa-ʔel, "Blind God"). And he is impious in his arrogance which is in him. For he said, ‘I am God and there is no other God beside me,’ for he is ignorant of his strength, the place from which he had come."
  • The Demiurge is a powerful A.I. with plans to "improve" the human race. Its followers are known as Redeemers. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.