The Life Entity, also known as The Entity and as the White Entity, was a living sentient entity that was formed at the beginning of the universe and is the embodiment of life. It is not known whether the Entity was brought into the universe either by accident or by design. This Entity's existence came on the planet Earth which became the source of all life. After arriving on the barren world, it sealed itself beneath the magma of the world in order to hide where its entry into the universe began to affect the cosmos around it.
The being's existence bestowed life across space and gave birth to living beings itself. This meant that it retained a link to all life and any harm to it would fall upon the living. Through its influence, it led to the development of the Emotional Spectrum as well as numerous organisms. Of these first lifeforms, the Entity's power touched them and transformed them into different Embodiments of the Emotional Spectrum. This saw the birth of the Ion Entity from Willpower, the Parallax Entity from Fear, the Predator Entity from Love, the Ophidian Entity from Avarice, the Butcher Entity from Rage, the Adara Entity from Hope and the Proselyte Entity from Compassion.
Powers and Stats
Name: Life Entity
Origins: DC Comics
Age: As old as the universe
Classification: Cosmic entity
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, It is the manifested form of life and creation, It can alter and change reality, Those who are empowered by the entity can also create white light constructs.
Attack Potency: Universe level (Able to destroy the universe)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Durability: Universe level
Standard Equipment: Nothing notable
Intelligence: Extremely High
Weaknesses: The Life Entity is the source of all life in the Universe. It is connected to every living thing and when attacked the pain of The Entity is felt by everything in the Universe. Should The Entity die then so will the Universe.
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