Omnipotence is the power to be able to accomplish absolutely anything, regardless of the task's difficulty. The user wields supreme power, and is beyond any other entity in existence. Because of several contradictions and paradoxes can occur resulting from this power's definition, it should be noted that an omnipotent being can do anything outside of paradoxical tasks.
Entities possessing this power Edit
No character in Lucifer is completely omnipotent and unrivaled in the sense of the common definition of the word.
These characters can accomplish nearly anything they desire and are of extreme ages.
- God: As the co-creator of the universe and the angelic race, God possesses nearly infinite power. However, he is not fully omnipotent, as Charlotte, at her prime, is able to kill him.
- Charlotte (formerly): As the co-creator of the universe and the angelic race, Mom is nearly omnipotent. However, she is not fully omnipotent, as God somehow won over her and imprisoned her in Hell, appointing Lucifer as her warden. Currently, Mom has lost her former power, and can be injured by far lesser beings, such as demons.
Extreme power Edit
These characters are immensely powerful, however they are much weaker than those who are nigh-omnipotent.
- Angels: Besides God and his ex-wife, Charlotte, angels are the most powerful supernatural species. All of them can fly and are theoretically easily able to slay humans and demons, while the strongest of them, such as Lucifer (originally), are able to resurrect people and accomplish many other feats that other angels cannot.
Vast power Edit
These characters are powerful, however they are considerably weaker than those who wield extreme levels of power.
- Demons: As malevolent entities who are tasked with torturing souls, demons possess very high amounts of supernatural power. They can easily kill humans, but are no match for angels.