Infinity is a character from Marvel Comics. Being "born" at the beginning of everything with the Big Bang, Infinity is the Abstract Embodiment of Space, and alongside her "brother" Eternity, she is the "physical" manifestation of Reality itself, on all levels and planes of existence, representing both Space and Time and All there Is. Alongside Eternity, Infinity has "spawned" many lesser Abstract Entities that represent essential concepts of their own, such as Empathy, Eulogy, Expediency, Entropy, Epiphany, Enmity, and Eon.
There exists only one, true Infinity, which alongside the Multiversal Eternity embodies the whole of reality. Every universe, dimension and realm containing its own Space-Time Continuum holds its own shard of Infinity, and said shards are often called "Manifestation-Bodies".
Powers and Stats
Tier: Low 2-C | High 1-B
Origin: Marvel Comics
Gender: Inapplicable (Appears Female)
Age: Inapplicable, as old as Creation
Classification: Cosmic Entity, Abstract Entity, "God", Personification of all Space / All that Exists within the Spatial Axis | Abstract Personification of the Multiverse
Powers and Abilities: [Superhuman Physical Characteristics]], Non-Corporeal, Abstract Existence, Immortality (Types 1, 3 and 4), Reality Warping, Spatial Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Matter Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Energy Manipulation, Conceptual Manipulation, Regeneration (Mid-Godly), Size Manipulation, Shapeshifting, Flight / Levitation, Teleportation, Telekinesis, Telepathy, Cosmic Awareness, Duplication / Manifestations, Can Fuse with Eternity
Lifting Strength: Immeasurable | Immeasurable
Striking Strength: Universal+ | High Hyperversal
Durability: Universe level+ | High Hyperverse level
Range: Universal+ | High Hyperversal
Standard Equipment: Inapplicable. Technically has access to all equipment contained within herself
Weaknesses: None Notable
Key: Universal Infinity | Multiversal Infinity
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