|“||They invite me in. They give birth to me. And soon, yours will do the same, men are working tirelessly toward it. They bring me into their world because they always want what only I can give.||„|
Korrok is the true antagonist of John Dies at the End, and the antagonist of the series as a whole. Originally established as a god worshiped by different religions across the world, with many supporters from across many universes, Korrok is later introduced to the protagonists as a massive biological supercomputer created in another universe. However, this Korrok gleefully informs Dave that he is just an avatar and that all universes work towards his creation.
In terms of personality, Korrok is like a self-absorbed, immature teenager with a love for offensive humor and violence, except with the power needed to act on all his terrifying and childish whims.
Powers and Stats
Tier: Unknown, possibly 2-A
Name: Korrok the Slavemaster, Koddock, Kor'rok, Baa'aaa'aaa'aab, Lord Zanthk All-Bzzki'l Shadd'uuul'l L'luuu'ddahs L'ikzzb-lla Kht-naz
Origin: John Dies at the End
Classification: God / Biological Supercomputer
Powers and Abilities: Reality Warping, Telepathy, Mind Manipulation, Biological Manipulation, Illusion Creation, Time Manipulation, Clairvoyance (Korrok can observe people from across space and time), Precognition through his exceptional intelligence, Non-Corporeal, likely other powers, including some degree of Immortality
Attack Potency: Unknown (Should be vastly superior to the Shadow Men, who exist outside of conventional time and space. An exchange in the first book implies that he may be higher-dimensional, or at least comparatively incomprehensible to humans), possibly Multiverse level+ (Controls nearly half of the infinite worlds in existence).
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Durability: Unknown, possibly Multiverse level+.
Stamina: Likely limitless.
Intelligence: Supergenius. Korrok predicted the exact conditions surrounding John and Dave's appearance in one universe 20 years before they arrived, and it was said that the combined intelligence of all of humanity did not equal one node in his neural web.
Weaknesses: None notable.
- "David Wong, son of an insane prostitute and a mentally challenged Amway salesman. There are worlds and worlds, an infinity you cannot grasp. You could travel from one to another to another and find me in thousands upon thousands, spreading like stars in the sky from reality to reality. They invite me in. They give birth to me. And soon, yours will do the same, men are working tirelessly toward it. They bring me into their world because they always want what only I can give. In this place, seven billion men bear my mark. And of the limitless infinity of worlds, I rule almost half of them."