Cosmic Villains team vs Yog-Sothoth

Cosmic Villains team which consists of:

COIE Anti-Monitor from DC (Leader)
Chaos King from Marvel (Second in command)
Mandrakk from DC
Abraxas from Marvel
Zero Hour Parallax from DC

&

Shuma-Gorath from Marvel

All up against the All-in-One/One-in-All himself..............................

Yog-Sothoth from the Cthulhu Mythos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The cosmic villains all want to take over the omniverse but the only one standing in there way is Yog-Sothoth! so they team up to take down Yog and take over the all and every reality!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rules:

  • Everyone is that full power.
  • Everyone is bloodlust.
  • Morals in this fight are off.
  • The cosmic villains has full knowledge on Yog-Sothoth.
  • Yog-Sothoth............. well he's all knowing so he already knows everything about the six villains LOL!
  • The cosmic villains get one month of prep.
  • Yog gets one hour.
  • All of the cosmic villains are allowed to use all of their minions.
  • Yog is also allowed to use all of his minions.
  • Fight to the Death!
  • Battle takes place outside of the multiverse.

Can Yog-Sothoth save the omniverse from the cosmic villains or will Yog fail?

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Posted by HyperViper97

Feats for yog plz, all I know is that he's the top of the food chain in Cthulhu mythos

Posted by JackKnight

Feats for yog plz, all I know is that he's the top of the food chain in Cthulhu mythos

Yog-Sothoth is the second most powerful being in the Cthulhu Mythos (only behind Azathoth).

He isn't just the embodiment of the time and space continium, he is the the time and space continium.

Everything that ever was (universes, multiverses, dimensions etc) are inside him, a universe to Yog-Sothoth is what a atom is to us, not only that but he is also omniscient like Living Tribunal (only smarter) and omnipresent and has the ability to create any forum of matter.

And all those reasons are why he is called the All-in-One/One-in-All.

Here's abit more information about him in this video aswell as spooky music :D

Posted by Bronze_Surfer
Posted by JackKnight

@jackknight: Villain Team

I don't think so.

Yog-Sothoth is like Lucifer Morningstar only abit more powerful.

Posted by JackKnight
Posted by PieHole

Being Omniscient, the ability to know everything is pretty much the game winner here. Yog will know everything about them(as stated in OP) and will know how to beat them. But for all we know Yog here will treat them to cosmic jelly made from his own ooze. Also he cannot be smarter than someone that is already Omniscient, if By smarter than the living tribunal you mean Yog uses his power better and more efficiently.

Posted by JackKnight

@piehole said:

Being Omniscient, the ability to know everything is pretty much the game winner here. Yog will know everything about them(as stated in OP) and will know how to beat them. But for all we know Yog here will treat them to cosmic jelly made from his own ooze. Also he cannot be smarter than someone that is already Omniscient, if By smarter than the living tribunal you mean Yog uses his power better and more efficiently.

This is pretty solid information and I agree.

Posted by JackKnight
Edited by alternative_backup

It is said that Yog-Sothoth is mightier than Azathoth, is not it? Even so, I still think the team is too much for the character of HP Lovecraft. The team has truly multiversal threats as is the case of COIE Anti-Monitor.

Posted by JackKnight

It is said that Yog-Sothoth is mightier than Azathoth, is not it? Even so, I still think the team is too much for the character of HP Lovecraft. The team has truly multiversal threats as is the case of COIE Anti-Monitor.

Well a universe is an atom to Yog-Sothoth so a multiverse wouldn't be any different.

And no Yog-Sothoth is not more powerful then Azathoth if you ask me.

Posted by DarkRaiden

Implied Shuma (since we're using implied Yog-Sothoth) would be....unbeatable. If you beat Shuma you become him so.....yeah. Plus he drains energy. He could almost/maybe solo. The big 2 besides him are Anti-Monitor and Mandrakk IMO. Anti-Monitor was eating whole universes (which in reality would be time/space/continuums) and Mandrakk was straight eating stories IIRC. That combined with Shuma should be able to pull a win.

Edited by JackKnight

@darkraiden said:

Implied Shuma (since we're using implied Yog-Sothoth) would be....unbeatable. If you beat Shuma you become him so.....yeah. Plus he drains energy. He could almost/maybe solo. The big 2 besides him are Anti-Monitor and Mandrakk IMO. Anti-Monitor was eating whole universes (which in reality would be time/space/continuums) and Mandrakk was straight eating stories IIRC. That combined with Shuma should be able to pull a win.

None of the team can solo.

Yog-Sothoth is the second most powerful being in the Cthulhu Mythos (only behind Azathoth).

He's pretty much the Living Tribunal of the Cthulhu Mythos.

He isn't just the embodiment of the time and space continium, he is the the time and space continium.

Everything that ever was (universes, multiverses, dimensions etc) are inside him, a universe to Yog-Sothoth is what a atom is to us, not only that but he is also omniscient like Living Tribunal (only smarter) and omnipresent and has the ability to create any forum of matter.

And all those reasons are why he is called the All-in-One/One-in-All.

So everyone in the team is pretty much a flee to Yog (Oh crap! I think I made another spite thread!).

Posted by PieHole

@darkraiden said:

Implied Shuma (since we're using implied Yog-Sothoth) would be....unbeatable. If you beat Shuma you become him so.....yeah. Plus he drains energy. He could almost/maybe solo. The big 2 besides him are Anti-Monitor and Mandrakk IMO. Anti-Monitor was eating whole universes (which in reality would be time/space/continuums) and Mandrakk was straight eating stories IIRC. That combined with Shuma should be able to pull a win.

None of the team can solo.

Yog-Sothoth is the second most powerful being in the Cthulhu Mythos (only behind Azathoth).

He's pretty much the Living Tribunal of the Cthulhu Mythos.

He isn't just the embodiment of the time and space continium, he is the the time and space continium.

Everything that ever was (universes, multiverses, dimensions etc) are inside him, a universe to Yog-Sothoth is what a atom is to us, not only that but he is also omniscient like Living Tribunal (only smarter) and omnipresent and has the ability to create any forum of matter.

And all those reasons are why he is called the All-in-One/One-in-All.

So everyone in the team is pretty much a flee to Yog (Oh crap! I think I made another spite thread!).

Indeed! Lol. If universes and multiverses are atoms, the Omniverse is his pet fly!

Posted by alternative_backup

@jackknight Yog-Sothoth is considered more powerful than Azathoth, for sure, do not know. Although I think it is much more powerful Azathoth.

Also, note that other Yog-Sothoh fight intelligently, could defeat most multiversal beings. He after all, is considered omniscient.

Posted by JackKnight

@piehole said:

@jackknight said:

@darkraiden said:

Implied Shuma (since we're using implied Yog-Sothoth) would be....unbeatable. If you beat Shuma you become him so.....yeah. Plus he drains energy. He could almost/maybe solo. The big 2 besides him are Anti-Monitor and Mandrakk IMO. Anti-Monitor was eating whole universes (which in reality would be time/space/continuums) and Mandrakk was straight eating stories IIRC. That combined with Shuma should be able to pull a win.

None of the team can solo.

Yog-Sothoth is the second most powerful being in the Cthulhu Mythos (only behind Azathoth).

He's pretty much the Living Tribunal of the Cthulhu Mythos.

He isn't just the embodiment of the time and space continium, he is the the time and space continium.

Everything that ever was (universes, multiverses, dimensions etc) are inside him, a universe to Yog-Sothoth is what a atom is to us, not only that but he is also omniscient like Living Tribunal (only smarter) and omnipresent and has the ability to create any forum of matter.

And all those reasons are why he is called the All-in-One/One-in-All.

So everyone in the team is pretty much a flee to Yog (Oh crap! I think I made another spite thread!).

Indeed! Lol. If universes and multiverses are atoms, the Omniverse is his pet fly!

Not ture, the Omniverse would be a fly to Yog-Sothoth, though a multiverses would be like flys to him though :P

Edited by Bronze_Surfer

@jackknight: I dissagre. The Omniverse would be infinitly bigger than Yog. Since it contains all fictional realities and our own reality along with real alternate timelines and realities. IMO Yog-Sothoth makes Multi Eternity a fly.

Posted by JackKnight

@jackknight: I dissagre. The Omniverse would be infinitly bigger than Yog. Since it contains all fictional realities and our own reality along with real alternate timelines and realities. IMO Yog-Sothoth makes Multi Eternity a fly.

Um no that's not quite true.

Both Marvel and DC have an omniverse but they are not the same omniverse.

Though I do agree about Multi-Eternity being a fly to Yog-Sothoth.

Posted by Bronze_Surfer

@jackknight: Not acording to the marvel encyclopedia (or was it offical marvel guide A-Z? Either or).

It states that the omniverse is a collection of all fictional relites such as star trek, dark horse, image, dc, marvel ect. Marvel and DC well at least marvel have changed it to Megaverse in steed of Omniverse.

As for power I put Yog above Lucifer but below LT by a hair

Posted by JackKnight

@jackknight: Not acording to the marvel encyclopedia (or was it offical marvel guide A-Z? Either or).

It states that the omniverse is a collection of all fictional relites such as star trek, dark horse, image, dc, marvel ect. Marvel and DC well at least marvel have changed it to Megaverse in steed of Omniverse.

As for power I put Yog above Lucifer but below LT by a hair

Posted by rolldestroyer

Not acording to the marvel encyclopedia (or was it offical marvel guide A-Z? Either or).

It states that the omniverse is a collection of all fictional relites such as star trek, dark horse, image, dc, marvel ect. Marvel and DC well at least marvel have changed it to Megaverse in steed of Omniverse.

this definition doesn't apply on marvel, which has defined it multiple times, and shown on panel, but not all of them are alike, for one, in LT's 2006 bio it is stated that the omniverse is consisted of megaverses:

in quasar #31, it is stated that it consists of multiverses:

in new exiles #1, it is stated that it simply consists of dimensions (universes), and we see the omniverse on panel:

you can clearly see the distinction between the 3, one thing's for sure though, marvel has its own omniverse.

Posted by JackKnight

@bronze_surfer said:

Not acording to the marvel encyclopedia (or was it offical marvel guide A-Z? Either or).

It states that the omniverse is a collection of all fictional relites such as star trek, dark horse, image, dc, marvel ect. Marvel and DC well at least marvel have changed it to Megaverse in steed of Omniverse.

this definition doesn't apply on marvel, which has defined it multiple times, and shown on panel, but not all of them are alike, for one, in LT's 2006 bio it is stated that the omniverse is consisted of megaverses:

in quasar #31, it is stated that it consists of multiverses:

in new exiles #1, it is stated that it simply consists of dimensions (universes), and we see the omniverse on panel:

you can clearly see the distinction between the 3, one thing's for sure though, marvel has its own omniverse.

Who do you think wins this fight?

Also I'm doing a CaV thread with neongamewave so if your interested click here.

Posted by rolldestroyer

@jackknight:

Don’t know, though I am interested - do you have proof that multiverses are like atoms to yog sothoth, or is this just a speculation?

Edited by PieHole

@rolldestroyer: Just speculation, but the multiverse should still be pretty small if Universes are atoms to him. And anyway Yog-sohoth IS the infinite Multiverses ,Dimensions and Universes.

Posted by JackKnight

@piehole said:

@rolldestroyer: Just speculation, but the multiverse should still be pretty small if Universes are atoms to him. And anyway Yog-sohoth IS the infinite Multiverses ,Dimensions and Universes.

This.

Posted by rolldestroyer

@piehole said:

@rolldestroyer: Just speculation, but the multiverse should still be pretty small if Universes are atoms to him. And anyway Yog-sohoth IS the infinite Multiverses ,Dimensions and Universes.

a universe is infinitesimal when compared to a multiverse, so only because he dwarfs universes (a claim which i have yet to see proof of) doesn't mean he dwarfs multiverses at all.

Posted by JackKnight

@piehole said:

@rolldestroyer: Just speculation, but the multiverse should still be pretty small if Universes are atoms to him. And anyway Yog-sohoth IS the infinite Multiverses ,Dimensions and Universes.

a universe is infinitesimal when compared to a multiverse, so only because he dwarfs universes (a claim which i have yet to see proof of) doesn't mean he dwarfs multiverses at all.

Well........ it really depends how many universes are in a certain multiverse if you ask me.

Edited by PieHole

@rolldestroyer, Yog-Sohoth Is the Multiverses and Universes. The lovecraftian Mythos is supposed to make it so that Humans can't fathom the entity it portrays, it makes it so the entities are undeniably big. The proof is that Yog-Sohoth is All. Its a Wonder someone is even above him(Azathoth).

Posted by JackKnight

@piehole: @rolldestroyer: I don't know about you two but Yog-Sothoth reminds me of the Over-Monitor abit, infact I think Grant Morrison was inspired by Yog-Sothoth to make the Over-Monitor.

Posted by The_Legendary_SuperSaiyan_Hulk

Yog-Sothoth. I refuse to accept any high tiers of the Mythos lose to anyone outside their universe. I love Lovecraft's work.

Posted by alternative_backup

Yog-Sothoth could defeat one by one to each character, but it is on the whole, the character of HP Lovecraft, you might have problems.

In addition, Yog-Sothoh represents the entire multiverse except Azathoth, right? In the team cosmic entities, we find COIE Anti-Monitor, which reduced the number of universes in the multiverse DC, to Chaos King, which absorbed several universes and cosmic entities, to Mandrakk, which literally was eating almost all its history and Abraxas, whose mere presence caused destruction, among others.

Also, do not know exactly what would be the potential of Yog-Sothoh at full power, but yes, we know the potential of, for example, Zero Hour Parallax.

In my opinion, the team wins by potential, but, yes Yog-Sothoth who is considered omniscient, there is a way to cheat the team could win.

I made a post about Yog-Sothoh and Michael Demiurgos. I'll answer it like you will pass by itself:

http://www.comicvine.com/forums/battles-7/michael-demiurgos-vs-yog-sothoth-1482740/

Edited by rolldestroyer

@piehole said:

@rolldestroyer, Yog-Sohoth Is the Multiverses and Universes. The lovecraftian Mythos is supposed to make it so that Humans can't fathom the entity it portrays, it makes it so the entities are undeniably big. The proof is that Yog-Sohoth is All. Its a Wonder someone is even above him(Azathoth).

and im not denying that, i just want proof.

I don't know about you two but Yog-Sothoth reminds me of the Over-Monitor abit, infact I think Grant Morrison was inspired by Yog-Sothoth to make the Over-Monitor.

perhaps, though Yog-Sothoth does exist in DC, he was defeated by Etrigan in Batman: the doom that came to gotham #3

Posted by JackKnight

@piehole said:

@rolldestroyer, Yog-Sohoth Is the Multiverses and Universes. The lovecraftian Mythos is supposed to make it so that Humans can't fathom the entity it portrays, it makes it so the entities are undeniably big. The proof is that Yog-Sohoth is All. Its a Wonder someone is even above him(Azathoth).

and im not denying that, i just want proof.

@jackknight said:

I don't know about you two but Yog-Sothoth reminds me of the Over-Monitor abit, infact I think Grant Morrison was inspired by Yog-Sothoth to make the Over-Monitor.

perhaps, though Yog-Sothoth does exist in DC, he was defeated by Etrigan in Batman: the doom that came to gotham #3

And Iceman defeated Oblivion............

And also Flash defeated Anti-Monitor............

There is another thing about that story arc "Batman: the doom that came to gotham" and other story arcs like it.......... NONE FREAKING CANON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Edited by rolldestroyer
Edited by JackKnight

@rolldestroyer said:

Not exactly, that was a physical form (M-body) of oblivion. A physical being can't really defeat an abstract/conceptual being.

that's what was mentioned in the beginning of the issue:

Yea I know, someone already pointed out the whole Iceman defeating Oblivion thing.

I'm surprised you didn't say anything about Flash defeating Anti-Monitor.

EDIT: can you post the scan of Etrigan defeating Yog-Sothoth?

Edited by rolldestroyer

Yea I know, someone already pointed out the whole Iceman defeating Oblivion thing.

why'd you post it then?

I'm surprised you didn't say anything about Flash defeating Anti-Monitor.

coz i haven't read the issue, where's it from?

Posted by rolldestroyer

EDIT: can you post the scan of Etrigan defeating Yog-Sothoth?

Here they are:

His name is spelled: iog-Sotha, in this elseworld tale.

Posted by JackKnight

@jackknight said:

Yea I know, someone already pointed out the whole Iceman defeating Oblivion thing.

why'd you post it then?

I'm surprised you didn't say anything about Flash defeating Anti-Monitor.

coz i haven't read the issue, where's it from?

Because I was trolling

That scan with Flash beating Anti-Monitor was from Flash Vol 1 Issue #150 I think.

@jackknight said:

EDIT: can you post the scan of Etrigan defeating Yog-Sothoth?

Here they are:

His name is spelled: iog-Sotha, in this elseworld tale.

How powerful was Yog-Sothoth in that story arc compered to the actual version?

P.S. I am planning on reading that story arc "Batman: the doom that came to gotham" soon.

Posted by rolldestroyer

How powerful was Yog-Sothoth in that story arc compered to the actual version?

well, read the scans and judge for yourself. He's nothing like what Lovecraft made him out to be. Though he was stated to be "the darkness outside time"

Edited by JackKnight

Posted by Nelomaxwell

I rep Lovecraft to the grave as a matter of fact my new comic is inspired by his work. That being said I don't think Yog can take all of these beings. Most of them are multiversal problems so together they'd probably be an omniversal problem.

Posted by JackKnight

I rep Lovecraft to the grave as a matter of fact my new comic is inspired by his work. That being said I don't think Yog can take all of these beings. Most of them are multiversal problems so together they'd probably be an omniversal problem.

Well......... Yog-Sothoth is also a omniversal being.

Posted by Nelomaxwell

@jackknight: I get that, but I'm thinking, they still have a shot I mean Shuma is Yog isn't he? Remember after they pulled Conan?

Posted by Bronze_Surfer

@nelomaxwell: Shuma is marvels version of Yog. And he is infinitly below him. Shuma is probably a little beyond Cthulhu

Posted by JackKnight

@jackknight: I get that, but I'm thinking, they still have a shot I mean Shuma is Yog isn't he? Remember after they pulled Conan?

No he is not!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Bronze_Surfer

@nelomaxwell said:

@jackknight: I get that, but I'm thinking, they still have a shot I mean Shuma is Yog isn't he? Remember after they pulled Conan?

No he is not!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm pretty sure he is marvels version. Just like the Great Mind is Dr. Whos version of Yog

Posted by JackKnight

Anymore?

Edited by TheOneAboveGoku