Dex:   5   Str:   5   Body:    9
Int:  22   Will: 25   Mind:   35
Infl: 28   Aura: 38   Spirit: 35
Initiative: 55  Hero Points: 600

Awareness: 18
Power of Life and Death: 75 (see below)
Dimension Travel: 30
Sorcery: 40

Occultist: 20

Advantages: Area Knowledge (the Afterworlds, Realm of the Just Dead); Attractive; Connections: The Endless (High); Iron Nerves; Miscellaneous: Can cause or forestall the death of any living creature (treat as Power rated at 75 AP's.) Deaths resulting from this always appear to be linked to rational or plausible causes.; Endless Existence: Cannot be killed or knocked unconscious by Physical Damage. If she is "killed" in this manner, her body disperses and she can form a new one the following Phase.

Alter Ego: Grim Reaper, Thanatos, etc...
Motivation: Responsibility of Power
Occupation: Manifestation of death
Wealth: n/a

Source: Who's Who, 3rd Edition

Ed's Notes: Yes, in the DCU, death's avatar is not some great, shadowy, skeletal demon in black robes... It's a cute Goth Chick. And no, I've double checked, those AP rating are all accurate. No typo's. Death is THAT powerful.

First Appearance: Weird War Tales #1 (October, 1971)


  1. Do you think it would be better to have the Endless have a misc Drawback indicating that they don't get involved in earthly affairs readily, or is this better served as a general trope of the DCU?

    1. It's an interesting point. To some extent I think it comes done to the writer/GM just knowing the characters and materials. (I think there was an example in one of the Rulebooks that said "You wouldn't see Darkseid ROBBING A BANK." And since even if the Endless HAD that drawback, and it would still be up to GM's discretion to waive it, I think it can be left off. And GM's would just need to understand where and how certain NPC's fit int the story. (And yeah, THIS ONE is obviously NPC-ONLY. Lol)