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Summary

The Author can be considered the true supreme being of the entire Reality Library verse. The Author is often described to be the creator and writer of all fiction and nonfiction in the verse, as well as all alternate versions of the tales they tell, such as if a single letter was misspelled and all noncanonical forms of the tale. From their perspective, these tales amount to nothing more than literal scraps of paper.

Not much is known about The Author as they rarely made any appearances, during the times that they have appeared, they had their appearance in the form of a mere avatar, making it impossible to find their true identity. No one knows "who" The Author is because of these avatars, no one knows if one of these avatars was The Author's true appearance, or if all of their avatars' appearances are just fabrications.

Personal Statistics

Alignment: Unknown (No one knows their true intentions or thoughts), likely True Neutral.

Name: "The Author"

Origin: Reality Library

Gender: Unknown. Varies with avatars.

Age: Since the beginning of all things; created the concept of "existence".

Classification: Supreme God, The Writer of All, The Librarian

Birthday: Unknown.

Personality: The Author is described to be extremely hard to read, mysterious even. Often speaking in riddles or poems, their words have to be interpreted to even understand what they are talking about whenever they speak. The Author has been shown to not be too fond of asking questions or having small talk, instead they prefer to be the one to be asked questions by others who have encountered The Author.

Height: Unknown. Varies with avatars.

Weight: Unknown. Varies with avatars.

Status: Alive

Affiliations: N/A

Previous Affiliations: N/A

Combat Statistics

Tier: 0, likely far higher

Powers and Abilities:

Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Abstract Existence (Type 1 [Beings that transcend the boundaries of the physical world exist as a purely conceptual essence which exists as a reflection of who they once were, defining the very core of their nature as their "true form"]), Avatar Creation (All higher beings are capable of creating lower manifestations inside stories as avatars), Acausality (Type 5 [As The Author exist beyond the concept of time, their fate no longer exists and all alternate possibilities of them retaining their fate are completely nonexistent. This also makes them unaffected by causality entirely]), Beyond-Dimensional Existence (Type 3 [The Author fully transcends realms such as the Temple of the Supreme, which exists in a realm far higher than the Afterlife, existing outside of an infinite number of layers of reality. In which each layer of reality utterly transcends an infinite number of Grand Design "meta-layers", looking down on them and trivializes their existence as a mere work of fiction, existing outside of all narratives, story hierarchies, and all of their extensions regardless of the scale in which they are told]), Large Size (Type 11), Higher-Dimensional Manipulation, Nonexistent Physiology (Type 1 [Beings that transcend the boundaries of the physical world are no longer restricted to any form of material existence. Instead they exist as a purely conceptual essence which exists as a reflection of who they once were, defining the very core of their nature as their "true form"]), Immortality (Types 1, 5, & 9 [No longer ages as they exist beyond the concept of time entirely. The Author's true self is stated to exist in a far, far higher plane than what was previously believed]), Non-Corporeal (All meta-beings exist solely as a disembodied consciousness as a reflection of who they once were), Regeneration (High-Godly [All beings which exist outside of reality layers, such as demons and angels, are able to recover from complete conceptual destruction, being considered only a mere "inconvenience" to them. As all conceptual information is found in the Conceptual Void, they are capable of regenerating from their mere thoughts alone by extracting their own conceptual information to repair themselves]), Immersion (By being able to create avatars, higher beings are able to insert themselves into any narrative or story hierarchy they please), Omnipresence, Omniscience, Subjective Reality (All beings which exist beyond all reality layers can overturn fiction into reality, yet are not affected by what becomes "real"), Transduality (Type 4 [All beings which exist beyond all reality layers are completely transcendent to all dualities, including the duality of fiction and nonfiction and are immune to what they deem as "real" as a result of this])

Conceptual Manipulation (Type 1 [The Author is capable of gathering conceptual information and weave it into concepts from the Conceptual Void. Created the concept of "existence", and can simply erase the literal character concept of a character from all across fiction and/or nonfiction whenever they please]), Creation (The Author is capable of creating physical realms, establish laws, different laws of physics, and new concepts inside of their stories whenever they please), Existence Erasure (Via various methods), Fate Manipulation (They can freely manipulate the fate of others by simply rewriting the script of the story. This method to manipulate fate acts alongside plot manipulation, completely bypassing conventional resistance to fate manipulation and acausality), Law Manipulation (The Author is the creator of the Law of Balance and is capable of influencing it however it pleases), Physics Manipulation (The Author is able to bend the laws of physics and create new laws of physics at will inside their stories), Plot Manipulation (The Author is capable of freely manipulating the story across all of fiction and nonfiction however they please via Absolute Authority), Reality Warping, Text Manipulation (Manipulated the text the viewer was reading)

Resistance to Causality Manipulation, Fate Manipulation, Probability Manipulation, and Time Manipulation (Via Acausality) and immense resistance to Plot Manipulation (All beings which exist outside of reality layers, such as demons and angels, exist outside of all narratives, story hierarchies, and all of their extensions. As such, they do not exist in any form of narrative or plotline, so even the concept of being part of a plot does not apply to them at all)

Attack Potency: Boundless (The Author is described to be the creator and writer of all fiction and nonfiction. They are completely transcendent to anything and everything imaginable, as they are the source of it and see all of it as mere fiction, regardless of the scale. They completely transcend all narratives and story hierarchies, since The Author fully transcends all reality layers, unlike demons, angels, and those in the Temple of the Supreme who merely exist outside of reality layers. As such, they are completely transcendent to even the Temple of the Supreme and all of the beings who thrive there. The Author is the only being that has the authority to not follow the Law of Balance, since the Law of Balance is nothing more than a general concept created by them and implemented inside of their stories to act as a fundamental principle to govern the very core of all stories and hierarchies, regardless of the scale in which they are told), likely far higher (The Library of Creation was once thought to be the lead by The Author as if it was their domain. While it is true that The Author has complete power and absolute authority over the Library of Creation, it is later revealed that the true domain of The Author exists on a far, far higher plane which transcends even the Library of Creation, a much higher plane that is far too incomprehensible to be understood by lower beings)

Speed: Omnipresent (The Author is described as an all encompassing entity which transcends the very foundation in which all narratives and stories hierarchies can be described, even transcending realms such as Heaven, Purgatory, and the Temple of the Supreme which already lies beyond all narratives and stories hierarchies as they are no longer part of any story), likely far higher (The true domain of The Author exists on a far, far higher plane which transcends even the Library of Creation, as such, The Author is able to completely encompass even the Library of Creation as if it was only another work of fiction they created)

Lifting Strength: Irrelevant (The Author completely transcends realms such as Heaven, Purgatory, and the Temple of the Supreme. Viewing all three of these realms as nothing more than a work of fiction they have written. Even the worlds far below these three realms, such as the Afterlife and Limbo, the concept of mass and strength becomes irrelevant as the concept of mass can no longer be applied to beings which transcend the physical world), likely far higher (It is later revealed that the true domain of The Author exists on a far, far higher plane which transcends even the Library of Creation, with their presence being nothing more than a mere illusion of an avatar)

Striking Strength: Boundless (The Author is capable of destroying any fictional or nonfictional work they have created by ripping apart the narrative with their bare hands, as all narratives and story hierarchies are literally nothing more than mere scraps of paper from their perspective), likely far higher (The Author is able to completely encompass even the Library of Creation as if it was only another work of fiction they created)

Durability: Boundless (Completely and utterly transcends all narratives and story hierarchies, as they are the one writing their script from the Library of Creation. The Author also transcends all reality layers instead of simply existing outside of them, like those in Heaven, Purgatory, and the Temple of the Supreme), likely far higher (The Author is able to completely encompass even the Library of Creation as if it was only another work of fiction they created)

Stamina: Irrelevant (Stamina bears no meaning to beings which stand outside of all narratives and story hierarchies)

Range: Boundless (The Author completely transcends realms such as Heaven, Purgatory, and the Temple of the Supreme. Viewing all three of these realms as nothing more than a work of fiction they have written), likely far higher (The true domain of The Author exists on a far, far higher plane which transcends even the Library of Creation)

Intelligence: Omniscient (Created all of fiction and nonfiction and all of their interpretations, viewing all of it as nothing more than a series of stories they have created. Capable of knowing how anything will play out and what all characters are feeling or thinking, as The Author is the one writing the script in the first place)

Standard Equipment: Paper, pens, and pencils. Various types of printing equipment.

Weaknesses: None notable.

Feats:

  • The Author has complete control and authority over the Library of Creation. Although it is later revealed that the true domain of The Author exists on a far, far higher plane which transcends even the Library of Creation, completely dwarfing it as if it was worth nothing more than a scrap of paper to them.

Notes:

  • While The Author views Heaven, Purgatory, and the Temple of Supreme as a work of fiction, they are not a part of a story The Author has written. Instead, these realms are actually part of the Library of Creation as a lower world in the form of a book without any narrative behind them. There is no "story" for these realms in the first place because of this, thus they are "beyond all narratives and story hierarchies", as they are merely a lower world in the Library of Creation with the Library being an all encompassing realm which acts as a sort of background for them.

Notable Techniques/Attacks:

  • Absolute Authority: As being the author of all fiction and nonfiction, they have absolute power over all of their narratives and story hierarchies, regardless of the scale in which they are told. This ability is able to bypass all immunities and resistances a character may have as well as overturn their immortality, get rid of a character completely, or they can win any battle by simply writing it down. It can also be used to remove a character from the plot entirely by removing their character concept from the story as if they were never a part of the story in the first place.

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