As I rode through the winter snow, trees whispering as I go, through the woods she sees me here, my horse's trodding draws her near, human bones and dreadful magick, gripping me in my fate tragic
~ Folklore of Baba Yaga
Izboushka, Izboushka! turn thy back to the forest and thy front to us! Fou, Fou, Fou! I feel the Forest spirit. If you satisfy all my wishes I shall reward you; if not, I shall eat you up.
~ Folklore of Baba Yaga


Baba Yaga is a character inspired from Russian Folklore. In Homebrew, she is a powerful Hag, a type of evil witch. In her case, she rules a multiversal coven and even gods fear the speaking of her name, with popular theory being that speaking of her brings her closer to your location.

Her most notable feature is her hut on a singular chicken leg- inside, it is the size of a mansion with portals leading all across the multiverse, even to past versions of itself, which is constantly changing. In her Dancing Hut one can find all manner of things- notable examples include starships and a Panzer tank.

It is known that at some point, Baba Yaga became a permeating force of the cosmos, something akin to a multiversal constant, beginning to become an inadvertant god of magic- how this was achieved is unknown, as even Ao willed her to not be a god.

Personal Statistics

Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

Name: Baba Yaga, The Laughing Hag

Origin: D&D Homebrew

Gender: Female

Age: Unknown

Classification: Immortal Hag

Birthplace: Unknown

Weight: Unknown

Height: Varies

Status: Alive

Affiliation: Baba Yaga's Coven

Previous Affiliations: NA

Combat Statistics

Tier: High 6-A | 2-C

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Abstract Existence (Type 3), Magic, Necromancy, Conceptual Manipulation, Power Nullification, Existence Erasure, Regeneration (Mid-Godly), Mind Manipulation, Perception Manipulation, Death Manipulation, BFR, Time Manipulation, Pocket Reality Manipulation, Fate Manipulation, Creation, Illusion Manipulation, Dimensional Travel, Portal Creation, Fire Manipulation, Water Manipulation, Earth Manipulation, Air Manipulation, Elemental Manipulation, Soul Manipulation, Life Manipulation, Probability Manipulation, Possession, Immortality (Types 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9; Baba Yaga cannot die so long as the Dancing Hut exists, as well as all of her original belongings and those in her bloodline, and thus infinitely resurrects and regenerates), Resurrection, Reality Warping, Spatial Manipulation, Telekinesis, Teleportation, Telepathy, Statistics Amplification, Power Bestowal, Bone Manipulation, Blood Manipulation, Attack Reflection, Body Puppetry, Power Mimicry, Absorption, Standard D&D Resistances, Avatar Creation, Acausality (Type 4), Size Manipulation, Morality Manipulation, Precognition (Can foresee all events across the infinite multiverse ten weeks in advance to them happening), Preparation, Enhanced Senses, Extrasensory Perception, Transmutation, Curse Manipulation, Cosmic Awareness, Sealing, Causality Manipulation

Attack Potency: Multi-Continent level (Far superior to the Lesser Gods' Avatars, who can contend with Abominations) | Low Multiverse level (Stated to be feared by the gods; even baseline gods do not fear the Intermediate deities above them, who are equal to Demon lords such as Graz'zt, who can control multiple planes of the Abyss fully)

Speed: High Hypersonic | Infinite

Lifting Strength: Unknown | Unknown

Striking Strength: Multi-Continent Class | Low Multiversal

Durability: Multi-Continent level (Withstood attacks from an Elder Evil spawned from Dendar) | Low Multiverse level (Casually slew an ascended Demigod with a thought)

Stamina: Infinte

Range: Universal | Multi-Universal

Standard Equipment: The Dancing Hut, Rod of Baba Yaga

Intelligence: Super Genius, casually outsmarts beings with intelligence rivaling certain deities, maintains most easily accessible knowledge on all planes of existence and times

Weaknesses: Prone to tests of intelligence over actual combat


  • Slew a Lesser Deity with with a single thought
  • Casually slaughtered a group of Elder Evils
  • Has been ignored by Death wholly for thousands of years
  • Created an infinite universe to store all past versions of the Dancing Hut
  • Sealed away a Quazar Dragon

Key: Avatar | True Form


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