Calliope, also known by her screen name, uranianUmbra, is one of two Cherubs and is Caliborn's "sister".
Powers and Stats
Tier: Unknown | At least 2-C
Name: Calliope, uranianUmbra (screen name)
Age: 11 "units"
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics | Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Flight, Creation, Spatial Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Black Hole creation, Immortality (Types 1, 3, and 4), Regeneration (Mid-Godly)
Attack Potency: Unknown (Shouldn't be that much physically inferior to Caliborn) | At least Low Multiverse level (As a Muse, she should be far superior to normal God Tiers, even those like Jade, destroyed the Green Sun, which is composed of two universes and provides first guardians with their powers)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Durability: Unknown | Unknown, likely at least Low Multiverse level
Stamina: High. | Likely limitless.
Range: Unknown. | At least Low Multiversal
Standard Equipment: The White Magnum / White Wand
Intelligence: High. Calliope has a deep understanding of Sburb's rules and mechanics.
Weaknesses: Calliope is somewhat naive. | None notable.
Key: Base | God Tier
Notable Attacks / Techniques:
- God Tier: As a player of Sburb, Calliope is able to ascend to become a deity if she dies on her Quest Bed. Out of the fourteen possible classes and twelve possible aspects, Calliope was given the position of the "Muse of Space", getting the rare master class of Muse.
- Space: Calliope's aspect, related to literal space, as well as physics, velocity, size, and creation. Heroes of Space are traditionally involved in the creation of their game's universe, through their Genesis Frog.
- Conditional Immortality: As a God-Tier, whenever Calliope dies, as long as her death was neither Heroic (Meaning she died in some sort of heroic manner, such as sacrificing herself for someone else) or Just (Meaning her death was well-deserved due to their terrible actions), she will be resurrected shortly afterwards. However, conceptual destruction will bypass conditional immortality entirely, regardless if Calliope's death was heroic, just or neither.