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The Monitor Family

    The Monitor (Sovoc Yirth) 
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A mysterious extraterrestrial being of infinite power.


  • Action Dad: He's the father of Tattleetale, Wild Child and Pipsqueak, and an incredibly powerful Reality Warper.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Elvira mentions he's also considered the personification of the Deus ex Machina.
  • Badass Beard: Has one beneath his helmet and is one of the most powerful beings on the universe.
  • Big Good: He's responsible of the creation and events to the Challengers From Beyond, the Rough Bunch and the entire Earth 27.
  • Chest Insignia: A circular "E27" logo on his chest representing as the Monitor of his own universe.
  • Cultured Badass: The Monitor seems to be a fan of William Shakespeare.
  • A God I Am Not: He denies being a God when asked about it.
  • Greater-Scope Paragon: He wants to stop Anti-Monitor and his forces from destroying the universe by recruiting his group of Artifacts.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: He has Yellow eyes with no sclera.
  • Physical God: The Monitor holds power at least equal to that of mature Apokalyptan, Genesisian, or Kryptonian; and the primary source of this immense power is the ability to shape cosmic energy. Harbinger has described the Monitor as possessing the power to shatter worlds and set galaxies shaking. Further claiming that Monitors are "vastly powerful" and "near-omniscient", possessing powers like dying simply by choosing to, yet also being capable of coming back to life by choosing not to be dead anymore.
  • Reality Warper: In The Stinger of "Hell To Pay" storyline and ending of the "Artifacts" storyline saw the Monitor soft rebooting the entire timeline by changing some origins and erasing certain characters, after the Anti-Monitor let the Daemonites enter on Earth-27 disabling The Murums (the four walls created by the Monitor that keeps the universe from Time Travel shenanigans and Multiversal travel from The Bleed)
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's pretty reasonable and willing to forgive those that break rules if there's a good reason.
  • Sizeshifter: Monitor is able to assume human proportion, atomic size, gargantuan proportions, or any size in between.
  • Telepathy: The Monitor is telepathic, able to scan the mind of virtually every known form of sentient life and to project his thoughts into any brain. The Monitor has also shown exceptional talent in rewriting memories.
  • The Watcher: As his title implies, it is the Monitor's duty to watch over the universe and protect the four Walls, or Murums, that keep reality together.

    Kismet 
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The Illuminator of All Realms and soulmate of the mysterious Monitor.


  • Action Mom: She's the mother of Tattletale, Wild Child and Pipsqueak, and like The Monitor, an incredibly powerful being.
  • Immortality: Kismet does not seem to age and when damaged, she seems capable of regenerating from injury in seconds. If she is destroyed or killed, Kismet is rumored to be able to reconstruct herself over time.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: She has yellow eyes with black sclera.
  • Physical God: According to Dr. Fate, Kismet is a being of pure cosmic substance and is therefore hard to truly comprehend by mortal definitions .
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's the "sister" of the Presence, the World Forger, Dominus, Perpetua, Pralaya and Sovoc Yirth.
  • Sizeshifter: Kismet is able to assume human proportion, atomic size, gargantuan proportions, or any size in between.
  • Telepathy: Kismet is telepathic, able to scan the mind of virtually every known form of sentient life and to project her thoughts into any brain.
  • Teleportation: Kismet can convert her body into a form of energy in order to "teleport" through space at hyper-light speeds. This ability also seems able to cross all dimensional thresholds at will.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has green hair.

    Tattletale 
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    Wild Child 
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    Pipsqueak 
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    Mr. Butterbeans 
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Other Lords of Order

    Phantom Stranger 
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One of the most enigmatic beings in the universe, the Phantom Stranger only appears when events of great magnitudes necessitate his direct involvement. Mysterious and all knowing, at one with the cosmos.


  • The Ageless: He's been Walking the Earth for centuries showing no signs of wear or tear.
  • All-Powerful Bystander: At times, it seems like the Stranger should be able to easily solve any problem he has, but for some unknown reason is prevented from intervening directly.
  • Badass Longcoat: He dons a trench coat and is one of the most powerful beings in the universe on par with the Monitor.
  • Cool, but Inefficient: The Stranger is a very powerful being, possibly one of the strongest forces in the DC Universe, but he does not use his power most of the time, and when he does directly go to war it's often against forces that are either a match or stronger than him, like the Spectre.
  • Face Framed in Shadow: He doesn't wear a mask, but no matter what type of hat he's wearing it always casts a shadow over the top half of his face to achieve the same effect.
  • Gentleman Wizard: The Stranger almost never uses spoken spells or magical rituals more complex than a seance or a circle of entrapment. However, his magic is said to know no bounds, displaying cosmic levels of power.
  • Guile Hero: The Stranger's most important weakness, if that is what it is, is the sharp limitation on his acting directly and overtly. Threats which he would presumably have the raw power to directly defeat he must instead warn others about, especially if those others have some particular responsibility at stake. Even his information he apparently cannot provide clearly and explicitly; in many cases his warnings or clues are cryptic.
  • I Have Many Names: By virtue of his open ended background, he'll normally introduce himself as exactly none of them. Most examples being: Adam, Fallen, Fool, Follower, Friend, First, Eternal Wanderer, the Stranger, Philip Stark, Judas Iscariot, Azrael, Dumah, Isaac, Brotherless Walker and Grey One.
  • Mysterious Past: Half the point of the character is that nobody knows who he is. He was once Adam, the first man created by The Presence, who has dedicated millennia hoping to find a cure for the curse of his son Cain.
  • Nice Hat: He just wouldn't be the same without his nice-looking fedora.
  • Occult Detective: Since he can't generally can't just power through situations but wants to help he acts like this.
  • Older Than They Look: Much, much older; centuries old.
  • Physical God: It's highly unlikely that he actually is one, but he's powerful enough that mistaking him for one is entirely reasonable.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: A venerable master of it. He can even pull off this trick right in front of someone's eyes. He makes no sound or leaves any form of disturbance as he enters and exits planes in such manner.
  • The Watcher: Sometimes the Stranger merely narrates a story rather than taking an active part in it. He thrives in it and even acts in it, manipulating the events how he sees fit. When an event seemed to be supernatural in nature he depicted it to be normal and vise versa.

    Harbinger 

    Strange Visitor 
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Strange Visitor is essentially a mysterious cosmic entity with electromagnetic powers who had been sighted on Metropolis.


  • Appropriated Appelation: She was called a strange visitor, and that's the name she prefers being called.
  • Aura Vision: Strange Visitor can see in other wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum, such as seeing in infrared to see heat, or viewing objects in terms of magnetic resonances to read the object's molecular structure.
  • Chest Insignia: Wears the symbol of the House of El.
  • Energy Absorption: She can siphon power from other superhumans.
  • Energy Being: She's a mysterious energy being appeared to the storm skies who's been sighted to Metropolis, Gotham and Blüdhaven.
  • Flight: Strange Visitor can make her energy form weightless and fly at near light speeds, leaving a contrail of lightning in her wake.
  • Honorary True Companion: Of the House of El, despite not being an official Kryptonian, but she hangs out with them many times.
  • Magnetism Manipulation: Strange Visitor was connected to the Earth's geomagnetic field, and had the power to manipulate electromagnetic energies, which enabled her to fire blasts of electrical energy from her hands or eyes; generate magnetic fields to move, lift, and manipulate metal objects; create force fields, steal energy from others, and even "read" an object's magnetic field.
  • Mysterious Past: Nobody knows who she is or where she come from.
  • Ride the Lightning: Her main power. She has the ability to travel as a bolt of lightning landing with a jolt when ever she landed.
  • Rapunzel Hair: If she were to loose her ponytail, her hair would reach her thighs.
  • Shock and Awe: Due to the lightning strike that triggered her powers Strange Visitor can control electricity. She can fire focused electrical bursts from her hands or electron beams from her eyes. She can amplify or decrease electrical fields around her.

    Mamaragan 
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Sacrificed himself to save Billy and gave part of his power to the rest of the Shazam family.

    Amethyst 

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