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Sayla Adeniké Suggs
Sayla
“Do you remember what happened on my 3rd birthday?”
Photo Novel Pharos of the End
Profile
Physiology Ѩhitepetalyx Uncertainty
Height 5'7
Weight 124 lbs.
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Brown
Age Inapplicable
Birth Date Inapplicable
Status Ѩhitepetalyx Uncertainty
Gender Feminine Principle
Family Lionel Christopher Suggs (Father),

Lorelei Amidala (Mother),

Novénta von d'Este (Brother),

Aaliyah Cecillia Pride (Sister),

Nebuchadnezzar Pride (Brother)

Love Interests None
Affiliation None

Sayla Adeniké Suggs is a character from the series Pharos of the End. She is the daughter of Christopher Sincere Pride and Lorelei Amidala.

HistoryEdit

Sayla Adeniké Suggs makes her appearance in the eighth volume of Pharos of the End.

She appears alongside her father, revealing that she is a Waker. She is waking up people that have fallen asleep, picking up where Sincere left off. The two discuss the situation with Lorelei, as well as other events.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Sayla Adeniké Suggs has been taught about All, The All, and THE ALL by her father. He has taught her about the Grand Principle of Creation on many levels.

Perfect Immortality:  The probability values and the infinite future potentiality of Sayla were multiplied by an unconditional reality of 0. This merely instigated a sigh from Sayla. In another instance, through the undulating whisper of a Victory General, Sayla’s very conceptual principle shattered. The Grand Principle of Creation which embodied her subjective reflection of Creation itself, as well as her reflection between Nothing and All Possibility which produced her Creation, was simply rejected. The entirety of Sayla stood in opposition to herself. Since her principle was removed from POSSIBILITY and NOTHING, Sayla simply never was… This simply amused Sayla as she remained unaffected and unchanged.

Defragment: With her will, she is able to defragment a target into less than 0; leaving the reality of 0 and infinity completely. At this point, the target never existed in any theoretical or metaphysical form of possibility, actuality, or nothingness.

- Sayla analyzed the presence of a Victory General, realizing that the Victory General was outside of subjectivity and objectivity. The Victory General possessed no state of existence and no state of nonexistence. He was not tied to potentiality, possibility, uncertainty, actuality, causality, reality, nonbeing, infinity, or any mathematical hypothetical states. He was not a conceptual number or part of imagination. He possessed no Ground, and he possessed no being or vanishing point. At the same time, he was the totality of everything and nothing; every form of nonexistence and existence ever mentioned or seen (and the infinite multiplicity amount never mentioned or seen or even conceived of yet). The Victory General stood before Sayla as an Absolute Reality; one that transcends names and terms and essence. It is unknowable as it is an all-encompassing force above all others. To the Victory General, there can be nothing existing outside of himself. There is nothing else to define, confine, bound, limit or restrict it. The Victory General has always continuously existed, for there is nothing else to have ever created it... if it had ever 'not been,' even for a moment, it would not 'be' now. The Victory General is an absolute ‘I AM.’

This merely amused Sayla, as she easily defeated the Victory General without a hint of effort.

ExistenceEdit

Sayla Adeniké Suggs has an extremely unique existence/nonexistence/paraexistence. She is the daughter of Christopher Sincere Pride and Lorelei Amidala. In other words, she is a Paradox, Rabbit, Cat, Visionary. By the highest of powers presented in the Suggsverse, and vastly beyond, she is deemed as a Mainfold Level Threat. However, this is noted only in Pharos of the End. The true measure of her power greatly exceeds this beyond scope.

TriviaEdit

- Although her name is Sayla Adeniké Suggs, her father calls her Mariemaia.

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