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* HappilyMarried: [[spoiler:It's revealed he was married to a scientist partner and lived happily with her.]]



* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Him travelling to the dawn of time was what unleashed the Anti-Monitor in the first place.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Him It is revealed that his actions were the cause of the Crisis.
** He sent Earth-90 Barry to the Netherverse to silence him in ''Elseworlds''. That way, he exposed Barry to be [[spoiler:kidnapped by the Anti-Monitor and made to run a treadmill that empowers an antimatter cannon that destroys Earths]].
** His morally ambiguous tactics made Nash Wells think he was a charlatan and led him to [[spoiler:open the Anti-Monitor's prison and thus endanger the Multiverse as a whole]].
**[[spoiler:Him
travelling to the dawn of time was what unleashed the Anti-Monitor in the first place.]]



*** He is revealed to have [[spoiler:brought the future Team Arrow to the present day to allow Oliver to get to know his grown children before he dies.]]

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*** He is revealed to have [[spoiler:brought the future Team Arrow to the present day to allow Oliver to get to know his grown children before he dies.dies and let them have a closure with their father.]]


* GodIsFlawed: For all its omnipotent and mysterious plannings, the Speed Force never takes into account the emotional turmoil it puts on Berry and cares very little for the tragedy his life, all calming that it's necessary for TheNeedsOfTheMany. It reaches it's breaking point when Berry has finally had enough and calls the Speed Force out on everything it has ever done. It ends up rendering the Speed Force to ''tears''.



* NoSympathy: The Speed Force is way too detached from humanity as it doesn't seem to understand or care about the grief or suffering of others; it understands that personal loss is something to be mourned but it doesn't seem to understand just how devastating it can be. Probably justified in that, as an omniscient SentientCosmicForce, [[WeAreAsMayflies the lives, deaths, and emotions of individual humans are hard for it to comprehend.]]

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* NoSympathy: The Speed Force is way too detached from humanity as it doesn't seem to understand or care about the grief or suffering of others; it understands that personal loss is something to be mourned but it doesn't seem to understand just how devastating it can be. Probably justified in that, as an omniscient SentientCosmicForce, [[WeAreAsMayflies the lives, deaths, and emotions of individual humans are hard for it to comprehend.]] Eventually, [[WhatTheHellHero Barry gets fed up with it and calls it out on everything it's done]].
* NotSoStoic: The Speed Force becomes emotional for the first time as Barry calls out on everything it has ever done to both him and his loved ones. It can't come with a retort, because it knows he's right.

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* {{Expy}}: Appearance-wise, he resembles ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}.


* GreaterScopeVillain: ''Of the entire ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'' as a whole''. The Anti-Monitor is a threat on a scale that dwarfs every other in the multiverse; everything the Monitor does is to oppose the Anti-Monitor and prevent his wholesale destruction of many universes.

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* GreaterScopeVillain: ''Of the entire ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'' as a whole''.Series/{{Arrowverse}} overall''. The Anti-Monitor is a threat on a scale that dwarfs every other in the multiverse; everything the Monitor does is to oppose the Anti-Monitor and prevent his wholesale destruction of many universes.



* KnightOfCerebus: The Crisis he instigates instantly darkens the tone of every story it impacts, with ''Crisis On Infinite Earths'' itself quickly becoming one of the darkest and most dire stories in the entire Arrowvere.

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* KnightOfCerebus: The Crisis he instigates instantly darkens the tone of every story it impacts, with ''Crisis On Infinite Earths'' itself quickly becoming one of the darkest and most dire stories in the entire Arrowvere. Overall, he is by far the worst villain in the franchise.


* GreaterScopeVillain: The Anti-Monitor is a threat on a scale that dwarfs every other in the Arrowverse; everything the Monitor does is to oppose the Anti-Monitor and prevent his wholesale destruction of the multiverse.

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* GreaterScopeVillain: ''Of the entire ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'' as a whole''. The Anti-Monitor is a threat on a scale that dwarfs every other in the Arrowverse; multiverse; everything the Monitor does is to oppose the Anti-Monitor and prevent his wholesale destruction of the multiverse.many universes.

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* TheWorfEffect: [[spoiler:In the final hour of ''Crisis'', he is defeated by a makeshift gizmo that shirks him down into the Microverse, a far cry from the fact he had been able to NoSell everything the heroes had thrown against him. It is justified, because, thanks to being defeated by Oliver, the Anti-Monitor hadn't reached his full potential, nor had he destroyed any universes in the multiverse.]]


* AndIMustScream: [[spoiler: His final fate is being shrinked down and trapped in the Microverse.]]



* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Concept art has shown he's gigantic and towers over the heroes. [[spoiler:His first encounter with Harbinger shows, however, that he can assume a normal humanoid height to interact with others.]]

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* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: Concept art has shown he's gigantic and towers over the heroes. [[spoiler:His His first encounter with Harbinger shows, however, that he can assume a normal humanoid height to interact with others.others. [[spoiler: He grows gigantic in the final confrontation with the heroes.]]


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** In the final battle, he keeps boasting
--->'''Anti-Monitor''': I am destiny incarnate, inexorable and inescapable. You are nothing. Insects fated to be crushed beneath my heel without a moment's thought. Fighting is useless. Surrender.


* BigGood: He's become this for the whole TheMultiverse with the Crisis approaching, being the one chance everyone has to continue existing. However he's still a WellIntentionedExtremist.

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* BigGood: He's become this for the whole TheMultiverse with the Crisis approaching, being the one chance everyone has to continue existing. However he's still a WellIntentionedExtremist. [[spoiler: After he dies in Hour 3 of the Crisis, Oliver als the Spectre takes over his role for the last 2 parts.]]


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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: He get's killed by Harbinger, who is mind-controlled by the Anti-Monitor in Hour 3 of the Crisis.]]


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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Him travelling to the dawn of time was what unleashed the Anti-Monitor in the first place.]]


** Since the [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]] were AdaptedOut of this adaptation, his homeworld is Malthus, and Mar Novu takes the role of [[spoiler: Krona as the one who attempted to peer into the dawn of time to watch creation unfold.]]

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** Since the [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]] were AdaptedOut of this adaptation, his homeworld is Malthus, Maltus, and Mar Novu takes the role of [[spoiler: Krona as the one who attempted to peer into the dawn of time to watch creation unfold.]]


* CompositeCharacter: With the Monitors as a whole, who are less benevolent than the particular Monitor he is based off in the comics.

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* CompositeCharacter: CompositeCharacter:
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With the Monitors as a whole, who are less benevolent than the particular Monitor he is based off in the comics.comics.
** Since the [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Green Lantern Corps]] were AdaptedOut of this adaptation, his homeworld is Malthus, and Mar Novu takes the role of [[spoiler: Krona as the one who attempted to peer into the dawn of time to watch creation unfold.]]


* AbortedArc: Thanks to a ReTool after the pilot was refilmed, Nergal is only the villain for ''Constantine'''s pilot and isn't much in the series proper. He is given a passing mention in ''Legends of Tomorrow'' to explain what happened between the end of the show and Season 4 of ''Legends''.



* TheDragon: To Negal.
* AGodAmI: "Down here, I'M GOD!" He says it as he notices he's absolutely surrounded by electricity.

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* TheDragon: To Negal.
Nergal, in the pilot.
* AGodAmI: "Down "[[BlasphemousBoast Down here, I'M GOD!" GOD!]]" He says it as he notices he's absolutely surrounded by electricity.


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* AFormYouAreComfortableWith: When he is summoned by John, he takes on [[EvilDoppelganger John's form]], complete with BlackEyesOfEvil. In the original pilot, however; Furcifer didn't take John's appearance but a random security guard. His true form is something else entirely.

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* BatmanGambit:
** His gambit to bring Malefic from the Phantom Zone was a plan to [[spoiler:make the otherwise powerful J'onn try to reform him and make up with his past in the process]].
** He rescues Lex Luthor due to his wide scientific intelligence. He uses him to find the Superman that apipes as Paragon of Truth.


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* NotHelpingYourCase: While his fears are rightful, his morally ambiguous approach makes him very distrusted by everyone.


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* UnscrupulousHero: He is willing to do morally dubious things to save the multiverse, like destroying universes or endangering alternate versions of Superman.

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* CompositeCharacter: Has the role of the Anti-Monitor from the comic version of the events but has the true name of his New 52 counterpart.


* EleventhHourRanger: He shows up in Hour Three of ''Series/{{Crisis On Infinite Earths|2019}}'' just before the DarkestHour to give Oliver the means of saving reality.



* EleventhHourRanger: He shows up in Hour Three of ''Series/{{Crisis On Infinite Earths|2019}}'' just before DarkestHour to give Oliver the means of saving reality.


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[[folder: Music Meister]]
!!Music Meister
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!Unknown
!Cosmic Entities
[[folder: Music Meister]]
!!Music Meister
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Mar Novu / The Monitor]]
!!Mar Novu / The Monitor
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!!! '''Played By:''' Creator/DarrenCriss
!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' | ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''

A mysterious being playing as a villain who was on Earth-38 before he manages to escape to Earth-1. Manages to put both Supergirl and the Flash under his hypnotic spell.

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!!! '''Played By:''' Creator/DarrenCriss
[=LaMonica=] Garrett
!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Series/{{Elseworlds|2018}}''[[note]]''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'', ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''[[/note]] | ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' | ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' | ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' | ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''

A mysterious
Flash|2014}}'' | ''Series/{{Crisis on Infinite Earths|2019}}''

An extraterrestrial
being playing as a villain who was on Earth-38 before he manages to escape to Earth-1. Manages to put both Supergirl and the Flash under his hypnotic spell.of infinite power.



* AdaptationalBadass: The ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' Music Meister could [[BrainwashedAndCrazy only hypnotize]] victims into doing his dirty work, but didn't have much in the way of direct combat. While this Music Meister is a borderline RealityWarper with a [[SuperPowerLottery wide array of impressive powers]], including [[PowerParasite draining the powers of his victims]].
* AdaptationalDyeJob: In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' he was a carrot top, while Creator/DarrenCriss has black hair.
* AdaptationalHeroism: He put Kara and Barry under his spell as a SecretTestOfCharacter rather than out of malice, as opposed to the original Music Meister, a CardCarryingVillain who, despite having [[AlasPoorVillain a sympathetic origin]], had [[LackOfEmpathy no empathy]] and was really only out to get rich.
* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: The original Music Meister put his victims into a hypnotic trance where they would sing and be [[BrainwashedAndCrazy under mind control]]. This Music Meister induces a coma in his victims, where they enter a shared dream world where their [[PowerNullifier powers are removed]] and they must fulfill certain conditions (sing in a musical in Barry and Kara's case) in order to escape. He also [[PowerParasite acquires the powers]] of those under his spell.
* AffablyEvil: During the entire crossover he's very friendly and cheerful to everyone. It makes sense once it turns out he isn't that evil.
* AlliterativeName: '''M'''usic '''M'''eister.
* AmbiguouslyEvil: Ultimately, his reason for trapping Kara and Barry in the dream world was to get them to repair their relationships with Mon-El and Iris. However, he seemed unconcerned about the possibility of them getting killed within it.
* AmbiguouslyHuman: His exact nature is unclear. While he might look human, his abilities and his statements of the heroes not being able to comprehend what he is, suggest he's something else altogether.
* AmbiguousSituation: It's unclear just how he managed to end up on Earth-38, since he apparently can't actually travel between Universes.
* ArcVillain: Of the 2017 crossover between ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' and ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: The Music Meister traps Barry and Kara in a dream world where they could potentially be killed and steals their powers so he can rob a bank. The reason he put everyone through this was to teach Barry and Kara the importance of love, and as a side benefit help Wally get his confidence back. Once they learn the lesson and wake up, he's satisfied that his work is done and leaves to teach someone else a lesson.
* CanonImmigrant: Technically. He debuted on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' before making his way onto CW's Arrowverse, but he has yet to make an appearance in the source material.
* CapturedOnPurpose: He allows himself to be captured by the D.E.O. so that he can snatch the inter-dimensional transporter and escape to Earth-1. He later effortlessly breaks out the Pipeline at S.T.A.R. Labs.
* CivvieSpandex: This Music Meister dresses in mostly normal looking clothes, unlike his ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' counterpart who has a notorious habit of [[InstantCostumeChange frequently changing outfits]].
* CompositeCharacter: His [[SuperPowerLottery god-like powers]] and prankster nature make him more like Mr. Mxyzptlk.
* EarlyBirdCameo: He's mentioned in the possible future visited by Barry before appearing in person in the crossover.
* EvilIsHammy: He's very theatrical and cheeky, much like his animated counterpart.
* EvilWearsBlack: Music Meister dresses in various shades of black, save a red handkerchief.
* GoodAllAlong: Ultimately, the reason he did everything was to help the heroes deal with their personal problems.
* GreatGazoo: Shows up out of nowhere to teach Kara and Barry a lesson, and then vanishes without explaining who or what he is.
* HumanoidAbomination: He has a long list of reality defying powers and says that the heroes wouldn't even understand where he's from or what he is.
* HypnoticEyes: He can send people into a coma. When he does his eyes flash.
* InexplicablyAwesome: He refuses to explain what he is.
* InNameOnly: He shares virtually no common traits with the original Music Meister; in fact, he seems to take more after Mr. Mxyzptlk than his namesake.
* LotusEaterMachine: He sends Kara and Barry into a musical film fantasy.
* MagicEye: His eyes possess the ability to send people into a coma.
* MediumAwareness: He claims to be aware of everything, and does have knowledge of cultures throughout TheMultiverse.
* MovieSuperheroesWearBlack: His animated counterpart had multiple costumes colored green and purple. Here, he wears a black suit.
* MusicalWorldHypotheses: His comatose victims are placed into a shared dream, where they must fulfill certain conditions in order to escape. In "Duet" he places Kara and Barry into a musical film scenario coincidentally informed by their fond memories of the genre.
* TheMusicMeister: In a different way to the TropeNamer who he's based off. This Music Meister sends his victims into a coma where they end up in a shared dream, and the only way to escape is to fulfill certain conditions (in Barry and Kara's case, singing).
* MysteriousPast: Nothing is known about what he is, or where he's from, and he refuses to shed any light on these questions.
* NiceGuy: While he's a SinkOrSwimMentor with enigmatic motives, he's a ShipperOnDeck for Barry and Iris, and Kara and Mon-El, as well as telling Wally that he's a big fan.
** He also seems to genuinely enjoy the chance to sing and dance with the other characters in Barry and Kara's dream-state, and speaks kindly to them and to Wally.
* TheOmniscient: He's aware of what's happening to characters on both Earths-1 and 38, implying he's also aware of the entire Multiverse.
* PowerNullifier: While in the Music Meister's coma, superheroes will have [[BroughtDownToNormal lost their powers]].
* PowerParasite: Somehow, he was able to drain Kara and Barry's powers through their dream-state. Whether or not it's permanent for him is never stated.
* RealityWarper: He displays the ability to teleport, and is implied to be a 5th-Dimension Imp like Mr. Mxyzptlk (or something else entirely).
* RoguesGalleryTransplant: In his initial appearance on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', he was a Batman villain.
* ShipperOnDeck: He plays Cupid for Barry & Iris and Kara & Mon-El. Why? Who knows?
* SuperPowerLottery: This Music Meister displays an impressive array of powers. In addition to his traditional [[TheMusicMeister music inducing hypnotism]], he's also a PowerParasite, a PowerNullifier, displays MediumAwareness, and uses [[TeleportersandTransporters teleportation]].
* TallDarkAndSnarky: As played by Darren Criss, he's pretty cheeky when he escapes to Earth-1.
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!Cosmic Entities
[[folder: Mar Novu / The Monitor]]
!!Mar Novu / The Monitor
[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/poster4_7.jpg]]
!!! '''Species''': Unknown
!!! '''Played By:''' [=LaMonica=] Garrett
!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Series/{{Elseworlds|2018}}''[[note]]''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'', ''Series/{{Arrow}}'', ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''[[/note]] | ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' | ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' | ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' | ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}'' | ''Series/{{Crisis on Infinite Earths|2019}}''

An extraterrestrial being of infinite power.
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!Unknown
[[folder: Music Meister]]
!!Music Meister
[[quoteright:300:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/darrencriss.jpg]]
!!! '''Species''': Unknown
!!! '''Played By:''' Creator/DarrenCriss
!!! '''Appearances:''' ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' | ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''

A mysterious being playing as a villain who was on Earth-38 before he manages to escape to Earth-1. Manages to put both Supergirl and the Flash under his hypnotic spell.
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* AdaptationalBadass: The ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' Music Meister could [[BrainwashedAndCrazy only hypnotize]] victims into doing his dirty work, but didn't have much in the way of direct combat. While this Music Meister is a borderline RealityWarper with a [[SuperPowerLottery wide array of impressive powers]], including [[PowerParasite draining the powers of his victims]].
* AdaptationalDyeJob: In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' he was a carrot top, while Creator/DarrenCriss has black hair.
* AdaptationalHeroism: He put Kara and Barry under his spell as a SecretTestOfCharacter rather than out of malice, as opposed to the original Music Meister, a CardCarryingVillain who, despite having [[AlasPoorVillain a sympathetic origin]], had [[LackOfEmpathy no empathy]] and was really only out to get rich.
* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: The original Music Meister put his victims into a hypnotic trance where they would sing and be [[BrainwashedAndCrazy under mind control]]. This Music Meister induces a coma in his victims, where they enter a shared dream world where their [[PowerNullifier powers are removed]] and they must fulfill certain conditions (sing in a musical in Barry and Kara's case) in order to escape. He also [[PowerParasite acquires the powers]] of those under his spell.
* AffablyEvil: During the entire crossover he's very friendly and cheerful to everyone. It makes sense once it turns out he isn't that evil.
* AlliterativeName: '''M'''usic '''M'''eister.
* AmbiguouslyEvil: Ultimately, his reason for trapping Kara and Barry in the dream world was to get them to repair their relationships with Mon-El and Iris. However, he seemed unconcerned about the possibility of them getting killed within it.
* AmbiguouslyHuman: His exact nature is unclear. While he might look human, his abilities and his statements of the heroes not being able to comprehend what he is, suggest he's something else altogether.
* AmbiguousSituation: It's unclear just how he managed to end up on Earth-38, since he apparently can't actually travel between Universes.
* ArcVillain: Of the 2017 crossover between ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' and ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}''
* BlueAndOrangeMorality: The Music Meister traps Barry and Kara in a dream world where they could potentially be killed and steals their powers so he can rob a bank. The reason he put everyone through this was to teach Barry and Kara the importance of love, and as a side benefit help Wally get his confidence back. Once they learn the lesson and wake up, he's satisfied that his work is done and leaves to teach someone else a lesson.
* CanonImmigrant: Technically. He debuted on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' before making his way onto CW's Arrowverse, but he has yet to make an appearance in the source material.
* CapturedOnPurpose: He allows himself to be captured by the D.E.O. so that he can snatch the inter-dimensional transporter and escape to Earth-1. He later effortlessly breaks out the Pipeline at S.T.A.R. Labs.
* CivvieSpandex: This Music Meister dresses in mostly normal looking clothes, unlike his ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' counterpart who has a notorious habit of [[InstantCostumeChange frequently changing outfits]].
* CompositeCharacter: His [[SuperPowerLottery god-like powers]] and prankster nature make him more like Mr. Mxyzptlk.
* EarlyBirdCameo: He's mentioned in the possible future visited by Barry before appearing in person in the crossover.
* EvilIsHammy: He's very theatrical and cheeky, much like his animated counterpart.
* EvilWearsBlack: Music Meister dresses in various shades of black, save a red handkerchief.
* GoodAllAlong: Ultimately, the reason he did everything was to help the heroes deal with their personal problems.
* GreatGazoo: Shows up out of nowhere to teach Kara and Barry a lesson, and then vanishes without explaining who or what he is.
* HumanoidAbomination: He has a long list of reality defying powers and says that the heroes wouldn't even understand where he's from or what he is.
* HypnoticEyes: He can send people into a coma. When he does his eyes flash.
* InexplicablyAwesome: He refuses to explain what he is.
* InNameOnly: He shares virtually no common traits with the original Music Meister; in fact, he seems to take more after Mr. Mxyzptlk than his namesake.
* LotusEaterMachine: He sends Kara and Barry into a musical film fantasy.
* MagicEye: His eyes possess the ability to send people into a coma.
* MediumAwareness: He claims to be aware of everything, and does have knowledge of cultures throughout TheMultiverse.
* MovieSuperheroesWearBlack: His animated counterpart had multiple costumes colored green and purple. Here, he wears a black suit.
* MusicalWorldHypotheses: His comatose victims are placed into a shared dream, where they must fulfill certain conditions in order to escape. In "Duet" he places Kara and Barry into a musical film scenario coincidentally informed by their fond memories of the genre.
* TheMusicMeister: In a different way to the TropeNamer who he's based off. This Music Meister sends his victims into a coma where they end up in a shared dream, and the only way to escape is to fulfill certain conditions (in Barry and Kara's case, singing).
* MysteriousPast: Nothing is known about what he is, or where he's from, and he refuses to shed any light on these questions.
* NiceGuy: While he's a SinkOrSwimMentor with enigmatic motives, he's a ShipperOnDeck for Barry and Iris, and Kara and Mon-El, as well as telling Wally that he's a big fan.
** He also seems to genuinely enjoy the chance to sing and dance with the other characters in Barry and Kara's dream-state, and speaks kindly to them and to Wally.
* TheOmniscient: He's aware of what's happening to characters on both Earths-1 and 38, implying he's also aware of the entire Multiverse.
* PowerNullifier: While in the Music Meister's coma, superheroes will have [[BroughtDownToNormal lost their powers]].
* PowerParasite: Somehow, he was able to drain Kara and Barry's powers through their dream-state. Whether or not it's permanent for him is never stated.
* RealityWarper: He displays the ability to teleport, and is implied to be a 5th-Dimension Imp like Mr. Mxyzptlk (or something else entirely).
* RoguesGalleryTransplant: In his initial appearance on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'', he was a Batman villain.
* ShipperOnDeck: He plays Cupid for Barry & Iris and Kara & Mon-El. Why? Who knows?
* SuperPowerLottery: This Music Meister displays an impressive array of powers. In addition to his traditional [[TheMusicMeister music inducing hypnotism]], he's also a PowerParasite, a PowerNullifier, displays MediumAwareness, and uses [[TeleportersandTransporters teleportation]].
* TallDarkAndSnarky: As played by Darren Criss, he's pretty cheeky when he escapes to Earth-1.
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