Dame Primus

Powers and Stats

Tier: 2-A

Name: The Architect

Origin: Keys to the Kingdom

Gender: Female

Age: 15 billion years old

Classification: The Creator of the Universe, the Old Architect, the Original Architect, mother of Lord Sunday, the Mariner & the Piper, maker of the Will, predecessor to the New Architect

Powers and Abilities: Reality Warping, Void Manipulation (can control Nothing), Time Manipulation, Teleportation and Time Travel via the Improbable Stair, Enhanced SensesText ManipulationTelepathy, Telekinesis, Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Immortality (Types 1, 2, 4 and 8, could not die as long as the Old One existed), Resistance to Void ManipulationFate Manipulation, and diseases (superior to the Denizens, lacks a record, was not destroyed even when in a void of Nothing)

Attack Potency: Multiverse level+ (Created an infinite number of universes over a period of several billion years, as well as the House, and destroyed them in only a few moments)

Speed: Unknown

Lifting Strength: Unknown

Striking Strength: Unknown

Durability: Multiverse level+ (Survived the wave of Nothing that destroyed all universes)

Stamina: Infinite

Range: Multiversal

Standard Equipment: The Will of the Architect and the The Compleat Atlas

Intelligence: Nigh-Omniscient

Weaknesses: She is bound to all universes due to separating a part of herself (the Old One) and binding him to the Universe forever, which was why she made the Will of the Architect and the Keys to give her powers onto an heir; technically suicidal, spent the entire series trying to return herself to Nothing (in other words, can be bound by her own power)

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Nothing Control: Can manipulate Nothing, the primordial void from before creation on a cosmic level and is immune to its effects. This allows both Creation and Void Manipulation


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    • It's been awhile since i read the books so i might be misremembering, but don't denizens need assistance, like medi...
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