Anti-power is a substance that is so "unpowerful" that it completely negates powerful things. The more powerful something, or someone, is, the greater the anti-power's death. Gods, powerplayers and other super-powered beings are especially susceptible. To circumvent the anti-power, one would need to use very mundane actions by mundane people, such as simply flushing it down a toilet.
Anti-power is able to nullify power entirely, such as magic or powerplaying, as it is so 'unpowerful'. The more powerful someone, or something, is, the greater the anti-power's strength[Tales 1]. In its natural state, it is a spark (citation needed), but it can be applied into a variety of formations and its range amplified[Tales 1].
At the behest of Helebon, Grand Lord Inquisitor Alpha of the witch-wardens pursued a theory of his own in order to produce anti-power, which he sold to Helebon as a weapon in the latter's war against the WriterGod and Atlantis circa 10,000 BC.[Pan 1]
Main article: Mors Dei
Desmond kept this spark and used it to create the nunchakus, Mors Dei.[NeS 1888 1][Pan 3] After his death in 1888, Jim Seven claimed the nunchakus[NeS 1888 1], and later used them to make a god-killing poison.[NeS 1]
The nunchakus themselves were later handed to Ameryl Hypericum[Pan 3], who first learnt to wield them[Tales 2] and later she gave them to The Imperium to be dismantled and studied and, finally, reused in the God-Killer[Tales 1].
Main article: God-Killer
Pantheons of the NeSiverse References
- ↑ Pan Post 152, Pan Page 4, Pantheons of the NeSiverse written by Al Ciao the Writer.
- ↑ Pan Post 64, Pan Page 2, Pantheons of the NeSiverse written by Al Ciao the Writer.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Pan Post 58, Pan Page 1, The Story of Ameryl, Pantheons of the NeSiverse written by Al Ciao the Writer.