The Living Tribunal may or may not have been defeated when, This interpretation was validated by Marvel's executive editor, Other occasions of what appeared to be an M-Body being unable to defeat much weaker entities than the true Tribunal were the encounters with. RELATED: The Living Tribunal’s 10 Most OP Moments In Marvel Comics  The Tribunal sealed off an alternate Earth devastated by Korvac, and he encountered the Phoenix of an alternate Earth devastated by S'ym and the Goblin Queen. Thousands of years later, the Beyonders created the Fortisquians as agents to observe other worlds, including Max.  He later met Rom and the Beyonder.  They have also displayed other limitations, as an explosion strong enough to destroy a few thousand universes was sufficient to kill them. The Living Tribunal was a vastly powerful humanoid cosmic entity who has existed as long as the universe itself. , He also allied himself with his closest counterpart of the DC Universe, the Spectre, to save their respective universes from being destroyed by two cosmic "brothers".  However, it was later revealed the attack had actually been a success, and that Doom used his own bomb made of Molecule Men from throughout the Multiverse, which not only allowed him to destroy the Beyonders but at the same time channel the resulting energy into Owen Reece, and use that energy to collect what remained of the Multiverse into a single planet known as Battleworld. The Tribunal manifests itself as a being with three faces, which represent the three sides of the Tribunal's personality. However, he does or can exist simultaneously in multiple planes of reality, giving the appearance of multiple variations to the human perception. Attack Potency: Non dimensionality ( Three beyonders (The Ivory Kings) killed the cosmic hierachy which contains The Living Tribunal, The Never Queen and many more abstract beings, they where also able to kill the true body of Eternity and Living tribunal, also killed an infinite numbers of Celestials host, they all did this on a whim. After discovering that they are unable to travel through time since they are constrained and restricted to their own sequential timeline, Doom, Strange and Molecule Man confront the Beyonders one last time. The Living Tribunal was a vastly powerful humanoid cosmic entity who has existed as long as the universe itself. The Living Tribunal was killed by 3 beyonders. , Every now and then the Beyonders would shunt a modicum of energy to the universe, allowing sentient beings to use them to create Cosmic Cubes—a practice they appear to have given up after the admonishments by Eternity and the Living Tribunal regarding the disruptive effect of these actions. It may act to prevent one universe from amassing more power than any of the others, or from upsetting the cosmic balance in some way. UltimateBattleRealm Wiki is a FANDOM Comics Community. He wouldn’t be able to beat the Tribunal with the Gauntlet. Beyonder Yes he has, and in fact, it was implied that Beyonder could wipe TLT from existence with 10% of his power, and TLT is scared of the Beyonder Jongensoden 11 mo 15 d Beyonder vs The Living Tribunal # The purpose of their experiment was to eventually kill all of the Molecule Men at the same time, bringing an end to the multiverse.  The Beyonder later underwent another retcon, briefly becoming a mutant inhuman, and after a last retcon is now considered to be a member of the alien race of the same name and is referred to as a "child unit" by the Beyonders. Their plan was to wipe away existence in an experiment, to recreate everything. But even more so than Galactus? Their nature is so alien that they are unable to leave their own dimension and for millennia were never observed by any being of the Earth dimension (apparently including even the near-omniscient Watchers themselves); to interact with the Earth dimension they must operate through agents. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. , The Beyonders are what Doctor Doom calls "linear beings". , Although his own duties are purely cosmic in scope, the Living Tribunal maintains a lesser conclave of judicial officers known as the Magistrati to rule on less dire matters. Their attack apparently failed and as a result the number of universes was reduced from thousands to barely more than two dozen. Later, Rabum Alal reveals to Doctor Strange that the Beyonders are responsible for the accident that turned Owen Reece into the Molecule Man, the same accident that created the sentient energy modicum that would name itself "The Beyonder" after its creators. , This article is about Beyonders. , When the Stranger teleported the Earth of the New Universe to the mainstream Marvel Universe, the Tribunal sealed it off and imprisoned Quasar's girlfriend in there due to the threat the Star Brand had on the balance of power. Summary Edit Powers and Stats Edit. The Beyonder first appeared during the first Secret Wars, as a being that was stated to be the omnipotent embodiment of an entire separated multiverse. All three voices must agree in a case before the Tribunal can intervene. The Beyonders have been witnessed killing all of the Celestials in the Marvel multiverse at the same time, destroying abstract entities such as Eternity and Infinity, and three members of the race together managed to kill the Living Tribunal itself. They first came to the attention of Earthlings when they commissioned the alien Nuwali race to create the Savage Land as part of their study of evolution.  Although the Tribunal refused to allow Warlock to wield the Gauntlet, he also ruled against Eternity, who wished the Gems to be placed under his direct supervision. The Beyonders are what Doctor Doom calls "linear beings". For the book by Brandon Mull, see, Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Beyonders&oldid=975106543, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 August 2020, at 19:31. They created the Molecule Man as a singularity—identical in every reality—to function as a "bomb" that would destroy its native universe. The Tribunal is outside the universe and acts as the agent for The One Above All. The Beyonders are a fictional enigmatic higher-dimensional race appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. , The Beyonders have been witnessed killing all of the Celestials in the Marvel multiverse at the same time, destroying abstract entities such as Eternity and Infinity, and three members of the race together managed to kill the Living Tribunal itself. , A number of survivors of the Multiverse were collected on Battleworld under the reign of the now-cosmically powered "God Emperor" Doom - their memories altered to become the lords and ladies of various factions of a medieval new order. Floating head with three faces and glowing object in chest. They also received an entry in Secret Wars Official Guide to the Marvel Multiverse. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. , Uatu and Iron Man found the Living Tribunal on the Moon, having been killed by the Beyonders, and landing on every reality, one sliver of itself for each universe. The Living Tribunal and the Cosmic Congress were responsible for banishing the Hawk God from their midst, which inadvertently led to the origins of Starhawk and Aleta. The Living Tribunal was the embodiment of the Marvel multiverse. When a matter involves only one universe, the Tribunal may leave the final judgment to the "abstract" entities there (in Earth-616's universe, Lord Chaos and Master Order). , When Adam Warlock came into possession of the Infinity Gauntlet, the Tribunal told Warlock he couldn't wield that much power, leading to the creation of the Infinity Watch.  Upon returning to Earth, he tells his fellow heroes that the Beyonders have killed the Living Tribunal along with all the Celestials, and every abstract entity (including Eternity, Infinity, Lord Chaos, Master Order, and the In-Betweener) as part of an experiment involving the destruction of all life throughout the Marvel Multiverse. That translates to a pretty powerful character. Marvel Database is a FANDOM Comics Community. Despite their vast powers and knowledge, they seem unable to travel forward or backward in time. The Tribunal may also act to prevent an overwhelming imbalance of good or evil within a universe. The IG gives access to the six building blocks of reality in its universe.