Every single alicorn in Myths and Birthrights. They're even called and treated like gods. Celestia and Luna in The Non-Bronyverse are explicitly mentioned to be gods. Willow in I Am What I Am fulfills this to the point of actually being considered a god by several religions. Xander explains that while normally only people with almost no magical ability can forge magical weapons, Willow manages it by turning magic into solid weapons rather than forging metal into a magical weapon.
Xander once asked how long she could keep up an enhancement spell that after years of training he can hold for roughly four seconds.
Willow, after asking the date, tells him she's been maintaining it for eight years. Or at the very least, a child of one. He's actually a Humanoid Abomination that was forced to take physical form in order to survive his injuries after his epic battle against Allysion that created the entire universe.
And he trying to keep his physical form at all costs, as dying will unleash his power and cause the end of the universe. Fate and Destiny are thought by "regular" gods to be Powers That Be , fundamental to the structure of reality, but their deaths at Link's hands prove the only real difference is that they are older and stronger; reality itself carries on just fine without them. An example is when he stopped the Hogwarts Express from being scrapped.
His intervention, preventing the "death" of the last steam engine on Earth, caused a massive resurgence in interest in steam power across the galaxy, such as the Asari creating a steam powered spaceship. Liara T'soni describes him as "the next best thing to omnipotent while being as far from omniscient as everyone else.
People die, yes, but ideas also die. Cells die, sanity dies, seconds die and in the end all answer to me.
An accident preventing one such death resonated across billions of cubic light-years. Films — Animated. Eris, the goddess of discord from Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. The Year Without a Santa Claus has Mother Nature, the immortal embodiment of all of nature, and her two bickering children, the Snow Miser and the Heat Miser, which personify cold and heat, respectively. Films — Live-Action. As strong as he is, he's still vulnerable to anti-coagulants.
In Bruce Almighty , the title character becomes one for a while when the real God gives His powers to him, with the only limitations being that Bruce can't tell anyone about it or alter free will. He keeps Bruce's mind completely human however, setting him up to fail in handling His powers and responsibility, and Bruce eventually learns humility and to better his life without godlike abilities. Sort of. Mothra from the Godzilla universe plays this straight. She is a literal Goddess but despite that condition has a lot of physical weakness and even is mortal.
However she is a Legacy Character that keeps living through her offspring, as she lays at least one egg before dying and her children takes her place as full time protector of Infant Island and part time protector of the rest of the world. Horus from Enki Bilal 's Immortal , and the comic series it was based on, along with the rest of the Egyptian pantheon in the flying pyramid fit the bill.
They only demonstrate a limited range of abilities, such as possession , mind control and Eye Beams , but it's implied that they're not using more than a fraction of their actual powers. Their pyramid transport is only a mechanical ship that needs fuel and maintenance in the comic, at least , so they're not exactly omnipotent, although the credit of Earth's creation is given to them.
Then subverted when she ultimately becomes an immaterial godlike entity intertwined with all of existence. Marvel Cinematic Universe : Thor is a literal god, which is part of why it's very hard to hurt him seriously when he's at full strength. He briefly is made a mortal by his father Odin as a punishment in his first movie. Thor: Ragnarok makes this godhood much more clear with Asgard's SistineChapel-like artwork of him and his newfound and enhanced lightning powers that let him humble the Hulk. He even managed to fatally wound Thanos all by himself when other heroes couldn't even touch him one bit.
This also applies to his father Odin and his sister Hela, the Goddess of Death. Both are far more powerful than other Asgardians and have a connection to the realm other Asgardians lack. Odin is depicted with a Holy Halo on Asgardian frescoes. Downplayed in regard to Thor's adopted brother Loki. He hails from a race of Sufficiently Advanced Aliens and calls himself the God of Mischief, but unlike Odin, Thor and Hela Loki doesn't have innate godlike powers, and all his skills come from learning.
His avatars are super strong and durable, have a potent Healing Factor , and can manipulate matter that isn't part of Ego to the extent of effortlessly wiping out a fleet of drone-ships singlehandedly. Peter Quill is half Celestial, and the son of Ego. As such, when he gains control of his powers over the planet, he's the only one who can match daddy dearest in a straight fight.
However, he loses his powers once his father dies. Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War is the last of the Titans. Too bad he is the Mad one.
In the season 4 finale, Tirek becomes this after draining Discord's magic along with the magic of every pony in Equestria. It can be only royal structure. The cultivation of cereals, once established on the banks of the Nile, developed, from earliest times, to such a degree as to supplant all else: hunting, fishing, the rearing of cattle, occupied but a secondary place compared with agriculture, and Egypt became, that which she still remains, a vast granary of wheat. April 18, at pm. As written in the Bible, Yahweh, in his new role as the one invisible God, orchestrates a new exodus.
Hulk's punches barely even stagger him, and the only one to near fatally injure him is Thor's Stormbreaker, which is the most powerful Asgardian weapon and the second most powerful weapon overall behind the Infinity Gauntlet. He also gives a Curb-Stomp Battle to almost everyone in the movie.
His Children, especially Ebony Maw, worship him like cult members would. Agent K: When you get sad, it always seems to rain. Laura: Lots of people get sad when it rains! Agent K: It rains because you're sad, baby.
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Live-Action TV. Also a djinn, a zombie and a leprechaun. Illyria from Angel as well. Similarly to Glory, she had a true form, a taloned, tentacled Eldritch Abomination , but was trapped in a human body. This substantially decreased her power. Then her power had to be artifically reduced further, as it was eating through her physical form.
Also Jasmine, one of the Powers That Be , and an Energy Being who spent considerable effort creating herself a physical body so that she could come to earth. Glory the Hellgod from the 5th season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an example of a former Hellgod confined to a physical form — in this case, as a punishment. She's still incredibly powerful, able to move at absurd speeds and punch through force fields. Charmed had various characters with every power listed above, some possessing them seperately, others possessing them all at once, like the Avatars.
Doctor Who : The Doctor could arguably considered a physical god. He is practically immortal, regenerating when he gets too old or is seriously injured, he can sense time changing around him, he can travel through all of time and space with his time machine , and, according to the Ood, his song is sung throughout the universe.
The description could be expanded to include all Time Lords in general, who in fact made it part of their mission to preserve timelines and prevent paradoxes. In fact, in "Last of the Time Lords" , he actually gained further godlike powers to fly and transform matter because the entire world prayed by thinking of his name at the exact same moment.
And in "The Big Bang" he literally recreates the universe. Sutekh from Pyramids of Mars". Even the Time Lords can't beat him.
And if not stopped, he would have destroyed the universe. The Goa'uld in Stargate SG-1 would very much like their subjects to believe this, when they're really just Sufficiently Advanced Aliens pretending to be gods. The Goa'uld Anubis who's also the most evil on the other hand fits this completely, having become a "half-ascended" upper-dimensional Energy Being who manifests in the lower realms to continue being venerated as a divine Evil Overlord. Beyond the fact that he has the powers of every single every Rider of the Heisei era , he has unparalleled abilities in using Psychokinesis , Super Strength , Nigh-Invulnerability , the ability to Freeze Time while keeping his victims aware , and the power to project waves of disintegrating force.
And all this is just the tip of the ice berg as every single battle he is in is a one sided slaughter that ends in the blink of an eye due to being so above everyone in the setting. Even after his younger self had obtained the power of every single rider before him, he still isn't even anywhere close to his level. Q from Star Trek , as well as the better-behaved rest of the Q Continuum.
It's unsure just what Q's limits are. He does enjoy to push humans' buttons by acting like a god, in any case including once when Picard died and Q literally appeared to him as "God" In the episode "Hide and Q" Q gives such powers to Riker. Some think Trelane is a Q, too.
In the novel Q-Squared , he is, and Q has to deal with him. In the Star Trek: Voyager episode Death Wish Quinn, while seeking political asylum to commit suicide , asserts that while the Q wish to give the impression of godhood they are not in fact omnipotent.