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30th Sep '17 7:41:19 AM FlashRebel
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*** [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils Jui]][[BlobMonster blex]], the Faceless One, is a borderline example : one of the most powerful demons ever, its mental attributes vary depending on sources with most of them giving it decent or superhuman levels of intellect, yet it still has the pathetically simplistic mindset of a slime, only thinking about engulfing, devouring and destroying everything on its way, to the point that [[TheFriendNobodyLikes other demon lords loathe it immensly]].
25th Sep '17 5:47:30 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* [[KingofAllCosmos Azathoth]] from Creator/HPLovecraft's work is known among Lovecraft fans as the [[UrExample Blind Idiot God.]] He created reality by accident, and will be equally oblivious when he destroys it.

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* [[KingofAllCosmos Azathoth]] from Creator/HPLovecraft's work is known among Lovecraft fans as the [[UrExample Blind Idiot God.]] He created reality by accident, and will be equally oblivious when he destroys it. He's really more of a metaphor for primal chaos than a being in his own right, though; he's quite literally mindless.
9th Aug '17 12:10:15 PM BeerBaron
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** In the series' primary CreationMyth, the GodOfGods Anu and TheAntiGod Padomay are the [[AnthropomorphicPersonification personifications]] of the forces of [[OrderVersusChaos "stasis/order/light" and "change/chaos/darknesss"]], respectively. The interplay of these forces is what led to creation itself. From their "[[PiecesOfGod spilled blood]]" came the et'Ada, "original spirits", who would go on to become either [[OurGodsAreDifferent the Aedra or the Daedra]] depending on their actions during the creation of Mundus, the mortal plane.

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** In the series' primary CreationMyth, the GodOfGods Anu and TheAntiGod Padomay are the [[AnthropomorphicPersonification personifications]] of the forces of [[OrderVersusChaos "stasis/order/light" and "change/chaos/darknesss"]], respectively. The interplay of these forces is what led to creation itself. From their "[[PiecesOfGod spilled blood]]" came the et'Ada, "original spirits", who would go on to become either [[OurGodsAreDifferent the Aedra or the Daedra]] depending on their actions during the creation of Mundus, the mortal plane. Sithis, the "[[PowerOfThevoid great void]]" embodiment of the force of chaos and said to be related to Padomay, is treated similarly.
31st Jul '17 10:54:16 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' TheOldGods [[OrderVersusChaos Anu and Padomay]] are basically just primordial forces. Although some myths personify them, like the Khajiit or the Dark Brotherhood, which is confusing.

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
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In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' TheOldGods the series' primary CreationMyth, the GodOfGods Anu and TheAntiGod Padomay are the [[AnthropomorphicPersonification personifications]] of the forces of [[OrderVersusChaos "stasis/order/light" and "change/chaos/darknesss"]], respectively. The interplay of these forces is what led to creation itself. From their "[[PiecesOfGod spilled blood]]" came the et'Ada, "original spirits", who would go on to become either [[OurGodsAreDifferent the Aedra or the Daedra]] depending on their actions during the creation of Mundus, the mortal plane.
** Lorkhan, [[IHaveManyNames also known by many other names]], is the et'Ada who (depending on the storyteller) convinced/tricked some of the other et'Ada into sacrificing large portions of their divine power to create Mundus. For this perceived treachery, these et'Ada who made sacrifices (Aedra) punished Lorkhan by [[GodIsDead "killing"]] him, removing his divine center ("heart"), and casting it down into the world he helped to create where his spirit would be forced to wander. Most [[OurElvesAreBetter races of Mer (Elves)]] consider the creation of Mundus a malevolent act, which robbed their divine ancestors of their immortality and forced them to experience mortal suffering and loss. According to their religious teachings, Lorkhan is a powerful but "barely formed urge" of a being. Similarly, as Sep in [[ScaryBlackMan Yokudan/Redguard]] tradition, he was created by [[TopGod Ruptga]] to help guide spirits to the [[WarriorHeaven Far Shores]], but being driven by the same HorrorHunger that afflicts Satakal[[note]]the Yokudan/Redguard CompositeCharacter of the concepts of
Anu and Padomay]] are basically just primordial forces. Although some myths personify them, like Padomay[[/note]] (having been formed from the Khajiit or "worldskins" that Satakal leaves behind), he attempts to consume those spirits and then, after being stopped by Ruptga, devises Mundus as an easier alternative to reaching the Dark Brotherhood, which Far Shores. However, his plan is confusing.flawed and actually makes it ''harder'' for spirits to get there.
28th Jul '17 2:11:46 AM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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** [[spoiler:[[Anime/DragonballSuper Fusion Zamasu's]] OneWingedAngel form is an EldritchAbomination and the most powerful villain in the series yet, however at the cost of what intellect and little sanity he had left, becoming a mindless force of destruction. Given he's assimilated the future timeline and has begun to leak into other timelines, him being this trope is a good thing as the only way the heroes managed to beat him is summoning [[TopGod Zen'o]] and had no way to fight what he'd become.]]
10th Jul '17 11:36:12 PM randomtroper89
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->"''Giygas cannot think rationally any more, and he isn't even aware of what he is doing now. His own mind was destroyed by his incredible power... What an [[TitleDrop all-mighty idiot!]]''"

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->"''Giygas cannot think rationally any more, and he isn't even aware of what he is doing now. His own mind was destroyed by his incredible power... What an [[TitleDrop [[TropeNamer all-mighty idiot!]]''"
19th Jun '17 1:02:28 AM omegafire17
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* Towards the end of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Tobi becomes the host of the [[EldritchAbomination Ten-Tailed Beast]], reducing him to this state. It gets to the point where he cannot remember his own name. Only by holding on to [[spoiler: the memory of his [[TheLostLenore dead comrade from his childhood]]]] does he regain his sanity. Notably, [[spoiler: the real Madara]] goes through the same procedure without falling into this trope [[VillainSue for whatever reason]].

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* Towards the end of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Tobi becomes the host of the [[EldritchAbomination Ten-Tailed Beast]], reducing him to this state. It gets to the point where he cannot remember his own name. Only by holding on to [[spoiler: the memory of his [[TheLostLenore dead comrade from his childhood]]]] does he regain his sanity. Notably, [[spoiler: the real Madara]] goes through the same procedure without falling into this trope [[VillainSue for whatever reason]].
14th Jun '17 1:12:49 PM NoSpoilerz
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* Depending on your definition of the word "idiot," most any class can become this. Because of a greater direct effect on gameplay from physical stats (Strength increases damage, Dexterity increases speed, Constitution increases health), usually most people will pick their least used mental stat as their dump stat. Whether they're a moron (Intelligence), a fool (Wisdom), or a tool (Charisma), someone will think of them as idiots. Even the most powerful wizard or fighter will succumb to this trope.
** A straight example would be Banghtu, the orcish god of strength. While his physical might is almost limitless, he's known for being woefully stupid, one source giving him an Intelligence Score of only 3. (Making him dumber than most mortal ''children'', orc or otherwise.) He values strength, and little else. The biggest benefit, however, is that his stupidity makes him [[UndyingLoyalty completely loyal]] to his father Gruumsh, the head of the orc pantheon.

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* *** Depending on your definition of the word "idiot," most any class can become this. Because of a greater direct effect on gameplay from physical stats (Strength increases damage, Dexterity increases speed, Constitution increases health), usually most people will pick their least used mental stat as their dump stat. Whether they're a moron (Intelligence), a fool (Wisdom), or a tool (Charisma), someone will think of them as idiots. Even the most powerful wizard or fighter will succumb to this trope.
** *** A straight example would be Banghtu, the orcish god of strength. While his physical might is almost limitless, he's known for being woefully stupid, one source giving him an Intelligence Score of only 3. (Making him dumber than most mortal ''children'', orc or otherwise.) He values strength, and little else. The biggest benefit, however, is that his stupidity makes him [[UndyingLoyalty completely loyal]] to his father Gruumsh, the head of the orc pantheon.
9th Jun '17 1:29:58 PM Blazer999
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->"''Giygas cannot think rationally any more, and he isn't even aware of what he is doing now. His own mind was destroyed by his incredible power.
What an [[TitleDrop all-mighty idiot!]]''"

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->"''Giygas cannot think rationally any more, and he isn't even aware of what he is doing now. His own mind was destroyed by his incredible power.
power... What an [[TitleDrop all-mighty idiot!]]''"
9th Jun '17 1:29:46 PM Blazer999
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->"''Giygas cannot think rationally any more, and he isn't even aware of what he is doing now. His own mind was destroyed by his incredible power. What an [[TitleDrop all-mighty idiot!]]''"

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->"''Giygas cannot think rationally any more, and he isn't even aware of what he is doing now. His own mind was destroyed by his incredible power.
What an [[TitleDrop all-mighty idiot!]]''"
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