Death (Old tongue: وفاة) was "born" along with the universe itself and the other cosmic entities associated with it. Whereas the main spiritual plane embodies life and growth, Death embodies decay and destruction. The Original, alleged creator of the world and other realities, also stated that it had created Death, in order to have its universe-creation project involving sentient life accepted by his contractors.

As she is a fundamental force, she has no true physical form, but can manifest in such a form as to interact with physical entities. Although she usually appears as a human or human skeleton, presumably it appears to other species in their own forms. Death rarely speaks aloud; its presence alone can usually convey its message.

She often tried to expand her power to the dead who dwell in the mortal as well. These attempts often brought the death into conflict with the other deities.

She stole a portion of the sleeping The Original's soul while he was on the Sea due to Maelignos planning to take over his seat, thus creating a powerful entity known as Infinity but she was then slain by Nietzsche, but then returned to life by the main god after being convinced by Maelignos to restore the natural balance of life and death.

Death makes its home in the Realm of Death, a dimension normally inaccessible to the living. Death's undead servants there are called minions. There are great mansions with extremely high walls and immense gates, a hall called Gleaming disaster, a dish called hunger, a knife called famine, the lazy walker serves with a the serving-maid with the same issues. 

In times of war, when death seems always close, stories of Death describe death as "rather downcast and fierce-looking."

Sex/gender controversy Edit

The question of Death' sexual orientation is confused or not giving importance, owing to salacious and unreliable sources, though deities are free to manipulate reality and their ownselves as they wish. The assasin married, divorced and killed five women whose names are unknown. Her most stable relationship seems to have been with his chariot driver, a blond slave whom he referred to as his husband before killing him with a scythe.

The Death would paint his eyes, depilate his body hair and wear wigs before prostituting himself in taverns, brothels, hospitals, battlefields and even in the imperial palace. It also enhanced his natural good looks by the regular application of cosmetics. He was described as having been "delighted to be called the mistress, the wife and the Queen of the ones who will perish" and was reported to have offered vast sums of money to any physician who could equip him with female genitalia before knowing how to use his or her divine powers. 

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