The Suggsverse

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Eve Suggs

“You cannot deceive me.”

Photo Novel: Solecism,

Heir to the Stars: Unwritten Chapter

Physiology: Cataphysical Impossibility; Divine Ground of the Feminine Principle
Height: Cataphysical Impossibility (appears 5'4)
Weight: Cataphysical Impossibility (appears 108 lbs.)
Eye Color: appears Blue
Hair Color: appears Red
Age: Cataphysical Impossibility
Birth Date: Cataphysical Impossibility
Status: Cataphysical Impossibility
Gender: Female (Divine Ground)
Family: Cataphysical Impossibility

The Silver Devil (Husband)

Love Interests: The Silver Devil (Husband)
Affiliation: Eden

Eve is a Catacharacter that exists outside of the realm of the plot; outside of the authority of the author.


Eve -- Her existence, her nonexistence, her unwritten uncertainty; everything and nothing about Eve cannot be factored into any theory of potentiality, possibility, or nothingness. Although there are characters that can see her within the story, Eve is not acknowledged by the story (unless she wants it to be).


Eve is the Feminine Principle, and that which defines the Feminine Principle. The Feminine Principle conducts the work of generating new thoughts, concepts, and ideas, including the work of the imagination. Eve is the first female, but she is not synonymous with the Christian folklores.


Eve fully and necessarily possesses all abilities, attributes, potentialities, anti-powers, powers and categories of every female character, metacharacter, patacharacter, and catacharacter (even the ones that look feminine) from all of fiction, all of nonfiction, all of transfiction, all of fanfiction, all of metafiction, all of patafiction, all interfiction, all of personal fiction, and all of impersonal fiction -- every form of existence and nonexistence ever mentioned or seen (and above the absolute infinite multiplicity amount never mentioned, seen, or even conceived of yet…) in possibility, uncertainty, and actuality are necessarily and essentially included as well (within and outside of the Suggsverse), for Eve is the reality that defines the Feminine Principle.

History

Solecism

In the year Ω O.W. (Origin World), Eve made her first appearance in the fifth volume of Solecism. Although it appeared that she was there to fight the brothers, she merely talked with the two. In the end, she deceived the brothers with an elaborate story and an elaborate deception.


Heir to the Stars: The Unwritten Chapters

To be written...

Powers and Abilities

Eve is a catacharacter that exists beyond the necessity of the author of Suggsverse. Eve is first introduced in Solecism, and although she does not appear to be all-powerful within the series, after the events of Pharos of the End, and before the events of Heir to the Stars: Overture, she discards her mask to truly define one of the most powerful characters in the Suggsverse.

Cataphysical ∀science: Eve possesses a level beyond Perfect Meta-Omniscience.

Cataphysical ∀presence: Eve possesses a level beyond Perfect Meta-Omnipresence.

Cataphysical ∀potence: Eve possesses a level beyond Perfect Meta-Omnipotence.

CrĒ∀tiΩn: Eve can create an infinite amount of infinite verses with a mere thought.

Trivia

* Eve is not in any category to define her power, but based on her words and showings, she is at the level of a Voyager.

* Eve has a habit of masking her own truths, calmly pretending to be oblivious to an event that she created or manipulated, often pretending to be just another transcendent character in the story.

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