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..A God Slayer.. (Art by JasonTN)

A god slayer is exactly what it's said on the tin: A slayer of gods. There is not many thing also called god that people can slay, you know?
Carl Black.

A God Slayer, also known as Divine Slayer, is a being that has committed the action of Deicide, that is slaying a god.

Overview

A God Slayer can kill any deity/deities or divine embodiment that they may choose to get rid of. They are usually resistant to the effects of a deity and are capable of killing the specified deity. Any one who has the power to cut down a godly entity is known as a "Godslayer," though how one becomes one is unknown.

There is one way that are believed to create godslayers which is for a powerful entity, like a major God or True Archangel, can blessed a lesser being to be used as a weapon to use for their own goals.

Description

Certain beings can't be a god slayer as they are too powerful that the term "God Slayer" would be redundant. So such beings like other Deities, Greater Angels, Greater Demons, Fae, Aeons, Archons, and other such beings are good examples of this, however beings such as Humans, Demigods, lesser demons, and other mortal beings can be God Slayers.

List of Notable God Slayers

  • Cú Chulainn
  • Dante
  • Diomedes
  • Doom Slayer
  • Firebrand
  • Galacta Knight
  • Hunahpu and Xbalanque
  • Kirby
  • Liu Kang
  • Meta Knight
  • Scáthach
  • Vergil

Quotes

However, if you are an unwanted guest in our world, we will eliminate you. No matter what kind of great god you may be!
A Godslayer.
Only a human can truly kill a god or demon.
Lucifer.
A Godslayer is a supreme ruler. Since he can kill a celestial being, he can therefore call on the sacrosanct, divine powers wielded by the gods.
A Godslayer is a lord. Since the power to kill a deity is in his hands, he therefore looms over all mortals on Earth.
A Godslayer is a devil. Since of all mortals who live in the world, none can assume a power to match his!
Ancient Records.

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Trivia

  • The term deicide was coined in the 17th century from medieval Latin *deicidium, from deus "god" and -cidium "cutting, killing."
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