Armok is the supreme being and titular character of the original Slaves to Armok: God of Blood. Although mentioned in the title of its sequel, Slaves to Armok: God of Blood Chapter II: Dwarf Fortress, he does not appear in the game, though he is mentioned in some stories.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least Low 2-C, possibly 2-C
Origin: Slaves to Armok
Classification: God of Blood
Attack Potency: At least Universe level+ (Creates, shapes, and destroys entire universes for fun), possibly Multi-Universe level (Referred to as the only constant within the chaotic, random universes)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: At least Universal+, possibly Multi-Universal
Durability: At least Universe level+, possibly Multi-Universe level
Standard Equipment: Nothing notable.
Weaknesses: None notable.
Armok, the God of Blood, is just about the only constant in these chaotic random universes. A general sense of conflict keeps Armok appeased - when the universe becomes too boring it is set on the anvil of creation to be reforged.
The destruction of the world by Armok will arise inevitably in most game worlds. As civilizations spread and the frontier closes, the world will start to look homogeneous. Armok, looking upon this decadence in disgust, will reform the world. Basically, when the universe has become too boring, it will be changed.
But who or what is Armok? ARMOK is the God of Blood... The Supreme God, he gives name to the game, his powers are literally endless... He creates and destroys whole Universes just for pleasure and fun. He enjoys watching death, destruction and, of course, blood run on his Universe... In an Universe, he can have billions of worshippers, while in another his existence might be unknown...but HE EXISTS. This cannot be denied, and allows to play almost any type universe... from a standard fantasy-type world to a “primitive”, stone age world... and, why not a “future world” with star travel? In fact, when Armok creates an Universe, he likes putting more than one planet in it!
Remember... Armok can control and destroy all other creatures, including the other, ”lesser” gods, but he usually enjoys watching civilizations grew, because he hopes that one day these civilizations will fight each other, and thus generate conflict and slaughter! - The lore on Armok