Powers and Stats
Tier: Unknown | High 3-A
Origin: The Silmarilion
Age: At least thousands of years old
Classification: Maia, guardian of the Moon
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Flight, Regeneration (Low-Godly), Immortality (Types 1, 3 and 4), Shapeshifting, Size Alteration, Elemental Manipulation, Empathic Manipulation (The lords of the Ainur can create joy), Transmutation, Precognition, Invulnerability (The Ainur are immune from harm via conventional weaponry, as seen when, upon unlocking more of his divine power, Gandalf became invulnerable), Resistance to Death Manipulation (In Lord of the Rings the land of the dead is a real tangible place, Mandos, and can be affected and exited. Ainur don't go there upon death, rather becoming spirits until they regenerate. The only way to keep them there is if they are physically brought there and held by physical might), Intangibility and Non-Corporeality (At the very least in spirit form) | Intangibility and Non-Corporeality, Reality Warping, Conceptual Manipulation
Attack Potency: Unknown (Is responsible for moving the Moon through the sky, though it is likely smaller than its real world counterpart) | High Universe level (The Maiar were like lesser Valar, having control over minor aspects of the universe, compared to their major ones)
Speed: Likely Supersonic (Should be comparable to the speed of the Moon's orbit) | Immeasurable (Existed in the Timeless Halls, a place that transcended linear time and is best likened to a higher temporal dimension)
Lifting Strength: Unknown | Immeasurable
Striking Strength: Unknown | High Universal
Durability: Unknown | High Universe level
Range: Extended melee range | High Universal
Standard Equipment: The Moon
Intelligence: High, but can be impulsive
Weaknesses: Can be impulsive at times
Notable Attacks/Techniques: Like all Ainur, Tilion has access to a wide range of dangerous powers, mostly related to the elements.
Powers of the Ainur: As a Maia, Tilion has access to wide variety of potent and devastating supernatural abilities, for the Ainur were created as elemental spirits, and each have divine authority and absolute control over a certain aspect of nature. Each and every one of the Ainur is also able to manipulate magical energies and reality to serve their needs, and take any form they wish, even intangible and non-corporeal spiritual forms.
- Elemental manipulation: As one of the Ainur, it is highly likely that Tilion had authority and control over one aspect of nature, though that aspect was neither confirmed nor specified. Still, it is very likely he has some measure of control over light and the hunt, being a servant of Oromë.
- Foresight/Hindsight: The Ainur can see the past and the future (Though the latter is fallible). However, whether he ever used it was unconfirmed.
- Empathy: The Ainur are surrounded by an a powerful aura, which can affect those around them, bringing joy and presumably sorrow to those near him: "In Beleriand King Thingol upon his throne was as the lords of the Maiar, whose power is at rest, whose joy is as an air that they breathe in all their days, whose thought flows in a tide untroubled from the heights to the deeps."
- Shapeshifting: As one of the Ainur, it was highly likely that Tilion possessed the famous Ainur ability to transform and reshape the form of one's body, appearing in whatever form he desired. They can also appear as inanimate objects, such as when Yavanna appeared as a tree.
- Spirit form: As one of the Ainur, it is highly likely that Tilion had the ability to cast off his physical form like a snake shedding its skin, and take on an intangible and non-corporeal spiritual form. In this spiritual state, the Ainur can travel forward and backward in time (Though they are unable to affect the future or the past, only see it). Of the Ainur's spirit forms and precognitive powers this was said:
|“||They could move backward or forward in thought, and return again so swiftly that to those who were in their presence they did not appear to have moved.||„|
Key: Manifestation | True form