|Void the Genesis|
|Photo Novel||Glory of the Defeated|
|Status||Omniversally Irreversibly Erased|
Void the Genesis first appears in Volume 1. It appears before Villain, pulling the world into complete emptiness. After deducing that he was within Void, Void the Genesis explained to Villain that he was technically right, but just like Heaven and Hell; there are an infinite amount of levels to Void. Just being pulled into nothingness doesn’t mean that one simply does not exist anymore. It simply means that one no longer exists within the All anymore. Void the Genesis introduces itself as the starting point and final vanishing point for the All. All came from Void the Genesis, and it will return to Void the Genesis. Void the Genesis posed to be the first real threat to the main protagonist.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
Void the Genesis first appears, pulling the world into complete emptiness. Void the Genesis is the starting point and final vanishing point for the All. All came from Void the Genesis, and it will return to Void the Genesis.
Almighty: Within Nihility, Void the Genesis is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient. Void the Genesis knows all and Void the Genesis is within all. The abilities of Void the Genesis are as boundless as the true union.
Grand Convergence: Void the Genesis can converge all of nonexistence into a singularity, forcing it to explode outwardly and violently.
Union Attack: Void the Genesis gathered all fundamental interactions of nature, all phenomena, all principles, all energies and wave-functions from the infinite itself, as well as from the union of Nothing and All Possibility. The complete union of Possibility and Actuality violently exploded.
Absolute Attack: Villain was unable to generate algorithms to counter any of Void the Genesis' attacks because every one of its attack were meant for complete annihilation on all levels and sets of levels of infinity.
Absolutely All in One: Void the Genesis is able to submerged its non-presence into the principle reality behind the phenomena behind the existence of its target.