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26th Mar '17 2:52:31 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Okami}}'' is based around playing an incarnation of Amaterasu called "Ammy" (although you happen to be incarnated as a particularly doglike wolf).

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* ''{{Okami}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' is based around playing an incarnation of Amaterasu called "Ammy" (although you happen to be incarnated as a particularly doglike wolf).
22nd Mar '17 10:27:40 AM Mineboot45
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* ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' depicted Gods and Goddesses the same way as ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' and ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' .

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* ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' depicted Gods and Goddesses the same way as ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' and ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' .''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess''.
17th Mar '17 6:14:02 AM Intelleblue
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* "WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatball2" [[spoiler:The Foodimals see Flint Lockwood as a living god called N-Woo (Pronounced En-Whoo)]]

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* "WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatball2" "WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs2" [[spoiler:The Foodimals see Flint Lockwood as a living god called N-Woo (Pronounced En-Whoo)]]
17th Mar '17 6:12:54 AM Intelleblue
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*"WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatball2" [[spoiler:The Foodimals see Flint Lockwood as a living god called N-Woo (Pronounced En-Whoo)]]
** [[spoiler:Justified, since he created the FLDSMDFR that, in turn, created them.]]
12th Mar '17 1:26:00 PM Discar
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** ''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}'': The Returned, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin people who have died and been returned to life, minus any conscious memories of their previous lives]]. They are worshiped as gods in the kingdom of Hallandren where most of the story takes place. As it happens, they aren't quite gods, but merely infused with a portion of the power of one, as those who are familiar with Sanderson's other works and the wider cosmology behind them, will know.

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** ''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}'': ''Literature/{{Warbreaker}}'':
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The Returned, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin people who have died and been returned to life, minus any conscious memories of their previous lives]]. They are worshiped as gods in the kingdom of Hallandren where most of the story takes place. As it happens, they aren't quite gods, but merely infused with a portion of the power of one, as those who are familiar with Sanderson's other works and the wider cosmology behind them, will know.know.
*** The people of the world also have the ability to give parts of their soul, called a "Breath," to someone else. With enough Breaths, people are capable of incredible things like animating objects, perfectly identifying sound and color, and sensing life force. At approximately two thousand Breaths they gain the Fifth Heightening, which grants [[TheAgeless agelessness]]. The Returned have this by virtue of their single divine Breath, but they can't use it to animate objects, and they have a few oracular abilities and a [[HeroicSacrifice single-use healing ability]] that normal people who reach the Fifth Heightening do not have.
** Hoid, the InexplicablyAwesome [[DimensionalTraveler worldhopper]] who shows up in every Cosmere book, is one, though he never uses his powers offensively. At absolute minimum, he's a full Mistborn, a full Feruchemist (thus making him as powerful as the Lord Ruler), and has reached at least the Second Heightening (and quite likely far more). WordOfGod is that if his head were cut off he'd just grow another one, and he is completely unconcerned with being threatened by a [[SoulCuttingBlade Shardblade]].
10th Mar '17 10:57:41 PM CashSloth
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* As far as most of Azeroth is concerned, Ichigo counts as one in ''Fanfic/{{Transcendence}}''. Even bound to a vessel that severely limits his Shinigami powers, he regularly pulls off stunts that most humans couldn't hope to accomplish, and his latent spiritual power is compared to minor deities such as the Ancient Guardians and the Loa. One character even refers to him as "the young god". Ichigo doesn't seem to put much stock into this himself though.
3rd Mar '17 11:31:14 AM Psyclone
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** In fact, into the episode The Last of the Time Lords, [[spoiler:he actually gained further godlike powers to fly and transform matter because the entire world prayed by thinking of his name at the exact same moment.]]

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** In fact, into in the episode The Last "Last of the Time Lords, Lords", [[spoiler:he actually gained further godlike powers to fly and transform matter because the entire world prayed by thinking of his name at the exact same moment.]]]]
*** And in "The Big Bang" [[spoiler:he literally ''recreates the universe.'']]
22nd Feb '17 6:15:20 AM Heico
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* In ''Film/{{Men in Black II}}'', Laura finds out [[spoiler:she is the Light of Zartha]]
**Agent K: When you get sad, it always seems to rain.
**Laura: Lots of people get sad when it rains!
**[[spoiler:Agent K: It rains ''because'' you're sad, baby.]]
7th Feb '17 5:24:13 AM GrammarNavi
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** Somewhat better example is Othinus, who possess the title of Majin or Magic God, said to be the peak of magical power and talent. She is able to defeat [[spoiler:Touma]] ''and'' [[spoiler:the Invisible Thing]]. Then, she makes a draw while saving her subordinate during her fight against the [[spoiler:aforementioned Fiamma]] and Ollerus, the former being [[spoiler:powerful PhysicalGod on his own]], and the latter is an [[TheArchmage Archmage]] powerful enough to defeat a [[PersonOfMassDestruction Level 5 esper]] without even ''trying''. This is all without her RealityWarper abilities, which is limited by the omnipotence paradox, making the success rate of her Reality Warp is always 50/50. [[spoiler:When she ''does'' overcome this, she destroys the universe with a thought before recreating it over and over again to torture Touma]]. [[spoiler:The only ones who are unaffected are Aleister, Aiwass, and the other Magic Gods]].

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** Somewhat better example is Othinus, who possess the title of Majin or Magic God, said to be the peak of magical power and talent. She is able to defeat [[spoiler:Touma]] ''and'' [[spoiler:the Invisible Thing]]. Then, she makes a draw while saving her subordinate during her fight against the [[spoiler:aforementioned Fiamma]] and Ollerus, the former being [[spoiler:powerful PhysicalGod [[spoiler:a powerful Physical God on his own]], and the latter is an [[TheArchmage Archmage]] powerful enough to defeat a [[PersonOfMassDestruction Level 5 esper]] without even ''trying''. This is all without her RealityWarper abilities, which is limited by the omnipotence paradox, making the success rate of her Reality Warp is always 50/50. [[spoiler:When she ''does'' overcome this, she destroys the universe with a thought before recreating it over and over again to torture Touma]]. [[spoiler:The only ones who are unaffected are Aleister, Aiwass, and the other Magic Gods]].



* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' naturally turns this trope UpToEleven. It's a series where you can become PhysicalGod through ''[[HeroicWillpower sheer force of will]]''. In fact, the plot of the story revolves around [[spoiler:Spiral Power, an energy that all spiral race (including us) has, which bends reality to our will]]. Using those, the heroes manage to create mechas powerful enough to ''punch people out of the universe''. Later, a guy shoots laser beams to ''every point in space-time''. When they create the titular mecha at the finale, the sheer size of the mecha allows it to tank '''Big Bang''' and use galaxies as ''throwing pebbles'' with the ability to create anything out of pure thought and energy.

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* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' naturally turns this trope UpToEleven. It's a series where you can become PhysicalGod a Physical God through ''[[HeroicWillpower sheer force of will]]''. In fact, the plot of the story revolves around [[spoiler:Spiral Power, an energy that all spiral race (including us) has, which bends reality to our will]]. Using those, the heroes manage to create mechas powerful enough to ''punch people out of the universe''. Later, a guy shoots laser beams to ''every point in space-time''. When they create the titular mecha at the finale, the sheer size of the mecha allows it to tank '''Big Bang''' and use galaxies as ''throwing pebbles'' with the ability to create anything out of pure thought and energy.



* ''Franchise/CthulhuMythos'' has the Great Old Ones. They are said to be powerful {{Physical God}}s...if they ever escape from their prison. Cthulhu himself, when he is trapped in the ocean depths (his WeaksauceWeakness), can barely use telepathy, and even a normal boat rammed through his head turned his head into a paste. It regenerates, but that is enough to avert this trope.

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* ''Franchise/CthulhuMythos'' has the Great Old Ones. They are said to be powerful {{Physical God}}s...Physical Gods...if they ever escape from their prison. Cthulhu himself, when he is trapped in the ocean depths (his WeaksauceWeakness), can barely use telepathy, and even a normal boat rammed through his head turned his head into a paste. It regenerates, but that is enough to avert this trope.
29th Jan '17 7:31:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/CliveBarkersNextTestament'': God is a brightly-colored creature who, after being released from his slumber, walks the Earth to convert people and perform "miracles" everywhere. [[GodIsEvil This is a VERY bad thing]].
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