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7th Dec '16 2:44:00 PM ultimomant
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** Savitar boast that he's the God of Speed.

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** Savitar boast boasts that he's the God of Speed.Speed, demands everyone bow down and worship him, and sees all other speedsters as insults and pretenders (given how far he outclasses every other speedster, he has a point). According to folklore, he's the first human in the multiverse to ever gain SuperSpeed, and he's seemingly haven't aged since ancient times.
17th Nov '16 1:38:46 PM ultimomant
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'': Criminal Clyde Mardon gains WeatherManipulation abilities and declares he's God. When Detective Joe West mocks him for using his supposedly God-like powers for something as petty as robbing banks, Clyde says he's right and decides to think bigger, namely destroying the city with a hurricane. He almost succeeds before The Flash defeats him.

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Criminal Clyde Mardon gains WeatherManipulation abilities and declares he's God. When Detective Joe West mocks him for using his supposedly God-like powers for something as petty as robbing banks, Clyde says he's right and decides to think bigger, namely destroying the city with a hurricane. He almost succeeds before The Flash defeats him.him.
** Savitar boast that he's the God of Speed.
29th Dec '15 12:29:44 PM TheGoodFriar
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** Omega in "The Three Doctors," whose world of anti-matter created through his sheer force of will and untold years of isolation have left him quite mad and prone to making such speeches
31st Jul '15 10:12:02 AM SibunaTheSecond
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* ''Series/HouseOfAnubis''- While Rufus Zeno first was just a ruthless ImmortalitySeeker, he later became more ambitious and attempted to make himself into a God by using the Mask of Anubis. [[DraggedOffToHell It didn't exactly go as planned]]. Senkhara also seemed to want to become a Goddess, specifically wanting to live in the "field of golden rushes" and be admired as she believed she deserved.
30th Jun '15 10:35:35 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined'' ("Razor"). The old man hybrid states that his Centurian guardians believe him to be a god, and he doesn't dispute the claim. He certainly seems to be all-knowing, but as the protagonist proves, not immortal. Provided that all this doesn't happen again, and again, and again, and again...

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* ''Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined'' ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'' ("Razor"). The old man hybrid states that his Centurian guardians believe him to be a god, and he doesn't dispute the claim. He certainly seems to be all-knowing, but as the protagonist proves, not immortal. Provided that all this doesn't happen again, and again, and again, and again...
16th May '15 5:55:43 AM ading
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** Another episode had an unnamed hitchhiker who claimed to be "Our Lord and Savior."
18th Apr '15 1:17:13 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TheOuterLimits'', "The Sixth Finger," combines both versions. An illiterate miner is put through a process that quickly [[EvolutionPowerUp evolves him]], resulting in increased intelligence and psychokinetic power, which he unleashes on the pathetic lesser beings around him; but then he evolves even further and rises above such petty emotions, realizing the true nobility of existence.

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* ''Series/TheOuterLimits'', ''Series/TheOuterLimits1963'', "The Sixth Finger," combines both versions. An illiterate miner is put through a process that quickly [[EvolutionPowerUp evolves him]], resulting in increased intelligence and psychokinetic power, which he unleashes on the pathetic lesser beings around him; but then he evolves even further and rises above such petty emotions, realizing the true nobility of existence.
27th Mar '15 6:17:53 PM TheUnknownUploader
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* One episode of ''Series/Wilfred'' has Wilfred go through this, but PlayedForLaughs.
-->'''Ryan''': You've lost your mind! It's like you have some sort of God complex!
-->'''Wilfred''': I'll let you in on a little secret, Ryan. I don't have a God complex. [[SuddenlyShouting I AM GOD!]] [[LargeHam THUNDER!]]
-->''(thunder strikes)''
-->'''Ryan''': HOW DID YOU DO THAT?!
-->'''Wilfred''': LUCKY COINCIDENCE!
9th Feb '15 8:17:58 AM pinkdalek
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** In "The Aztecs" Barbara is [[GodGuise mistaken for a god incarnation of a dead Aztec priest, Yetaxa]]. The Doctor encourages her at first to use her sudden power to give him and the other companions free reign to explore and have a good time. Barbara has other ideas and decides to start manipulating Aztec politics to abolish HumanSacrifice, getting increasingly power-crazy all the time. She claims that she might as well be a god as she knows what will happen to the Aztecs, and once, when the Doctor gives her a lecture about the dangers of trying to change history, shoots him down by announcing "not Barbara - [[BecomingTheMask Yetaxa]]".
** In "Genesis of the Daleks," OmnicidalManiac Davros is asked, if he had in his possession a virus that would wipe out all life, would he release it? His response:
--->"Yes... yes. To hold in my hand a capsule that contained such power... to know that life and death on such a scale was my choice. To know that the tiny pressure on my thumb, enough to break the glass, would end everything. Yes - I ''would'' do it. That power would set me up above the ''gods''! ''[[LargeHam And through the Daleks, I shall have that power]]''!"
** Played with in the original series serial "The Armageddon Factor", when the Doctor, possessing the full power of the Key To Time, starts making an A God Am I speech, much to Romana's alarm. [[spoiler:He's just kidding/making a point about how dangerous the power is, in anyone's hands.]]
** The 1982 story "Four to Doomsday" focuses an alien who not only believes himself to be a god but, in fact, destroyed his home planet in an attempt to travel back in time to the creation of the universe to see how he had created it.



** Played with in the original series serial "The Armageddon Factor", when the Doctor, possessing the full power of the Key To Time, starts making an A God Am I speech, much to Romana's alarm. [[spoiler:He's just kidding/making a point about how dangerous the power is, in anyone's hands.]]
** In "Genesis of the Daleks," OmnicidalManiac Davros is asked, if he had in his possession a virus that would wipe out all life, would he release it? His response:
--->"Yes... yes. To hold in my hand a capsule that contained such power... to know that life and death on such a scale was my choice. To know that the tiny pressure on my thumb, enough to break the glass, would end everything. Yes - I ''would'' do it. That power would set me up above the ''gods''! ''[[LargeHam And through the Daleks, I shall have that power]]''!"
** The 1982 story 'Four to Doomsday' focuses an alien who not only believes himself to be a god but, in fact, destroyed his home planet in an attempt to travel back in time to the creation of the universe to see how he had created it.
** In 'The Waters of Mars', [[spoiler:the Doctor]] snaps after being pushed to the limit and declares himself to be, in essence, a god. And he is not under any sort of mind control--nor can he be said to be having delusions of grandeur, since his claim to godlike power is entirely accurate. Rather, he's giving us a glimpse of what [[spoiler:the last of the Time Lords could become without the restraint that his Companions give him.]] Having said that, he is promptly snapped back after [[spoiler:Brooke commits suicide]] rather than muck around with her destiny, so it worked out in the end. Sort of.

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** Played with in the original series serial In "The Armageddon Factor", when the Doctor, possessing the full power of the Key To Time, starts making an A God Am I speech, much to Romana's alarm. [[spoiler:He's just kidding/making a point about how dangerous the power is, in anyone's hands.]]
** In "Genesis of the Daleks," OmnicidalManiac Davros is asked, if he had in his possession a virus that would wipe out all life, would he release it? His response:
--->"Yes... yes. To hold in my hand a capsule that contained such power... to know that life and death on such a scale was my choice. To know that the tiny pressure on my thumb, enough to break the glass, would end everything. Yes - I ''would'' do it. That power would set me up above the ''gods''! ''[[LargeHam And through the Daleks, I shall have that power]]''!"
** The 1982 story 'Four to Doomsday' focuses an alien who not only believes himself to be a god but, in fact, destroyed his home planet in an attempt to travel back in time to the creation of the universe to see how he had created it.
** In 'The
Waters of Mars', Mars", [[spoiler:the Doctor]] snaps after being pushed to the limit and declares himself to be, in essence, a god. And he is not under any sort of mind control--nor can he be said to be having delusions of grandeur, since his claim to godlike power is entirely accurate. Rather, he's giving us a glimpse of what [[spoiler:the last of the Time Lords could become without the restraint that his Companions give him.]] Having said that, he is promptly snapped back after [[spoiler:Brooke commits suicide]] rather than muck around with her destiny, so it worked out in the end. Sort of.
6th Feb '15 10:18:28 PM ajap1991
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--> [[spoiler: Eric Wolpaw, the creator of Supernatural, and Rob Benedict, the actor who portrayed Chuck, have confirmed that Chuck is indeed God.]]

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--> [[spoiler: Eric Wolpaw, Kripke, the creator of Supernatural, and Rob Benedict, the actor who portrayed Chuck, have confirmed that Chuck is indeed God.]]
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