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Molag Bal concept

Summary

Molag Bal is the Daedric Prince of Domination and enslavement.He is also the creator of vampires.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 2-A

Name: Molag Bal

Origin: The Elder Scrolls: Online

Gender: Genderless, but appears as male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Daedric Prince of Domination, r*** and enslavement, Creator of Vampires (such as Lord Harkon)

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 4 and 9), Regeneration (Low-Godly), Soul Suck, Necromancy, Reality Warping, Absorption (Able to absorb unprotected dimensions into his own), Time Manipulation, Abstract Existence, Conceptual ManipulationAcausal (according to Fa-Nuit-Hen, Daedra are not bound by time, cause and consequence in their natural state), Resurrection (Molag Bal has shown the ability to revive the dead, with their faculties intact, both in Oblivion and Skyrim)

Attack Potency: Multiverse level+ (Rules over at least 37,000 realms of Oblivion. Created Coldharbour & Lyg)

Speed: Omnipresent in Coldharbour and possibly throughout Oblivion

Lifting Strength: Immeasurable

Striking Strength: Multiversal+

Durability: Multiverse level+

Stamina: Unknown

Range: Multiversal (Can interact with other realms of Mundus and the other realms of Oblivion)

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: Unknown

Weaknesses: Cannot manifest his full power in Mundus

Note: All Daedric Princes are comparable to Akatosh, whose power extends into most of Oblivion, which contains infinite realms.

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Start a Discussion Discussions about Molag Bal

  • Molag Bal in Mundus?

    17 messages
    • I don't think so.
    • Okay. I suppose that I should close this then.
  • Michael vs Molag Bal

    4 messages
    • Either Micheal (as he seems more apt at combat) or more likely a stalemate since he can't get past Bal's regen, immortality or abstr...
    • I'll go for inconclusive as well. Bal's regeneration and Immortality + the concept and abstract existence isn't something Mich...