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Nemesis is a Greek mythological spirit of divine retribution against those who succumb to hubris. Nemesis may also refer to:
Phantom may refer to:
Titan most often refers to:
Flash, flashes, or FLASH may refer to:
Passage may refer to:
Mastermind, Master Mind or The Mastermind may refer to:
An eclipse is an astronomical event.
Genesis may refer to:
Absolute may refer to:
Deadline(s) or The Deadline(s) may refer to:
Death is the termination of the biological functions that sustain a living organism.
Dark Angel may refer to:
A legend is a historical narrative, a symbolic representation of folk belief.
Wizard, the wizard, or wizards may refer to:
World War III, World War Three or Third World War is a hypothetical successor to World War II.
In law, a legacy is something held and transferred to someone as their inheritance, as by will and testament. Personal effects, family property, marriage property or collective property gained by will of real property.
Armageddon is, according to the Bible, the site of a battle during the end times.
Infinity is a mathematical concept that is involved in almost all branches of mathematics, and used in many scientific and non-scientific areas.
Outcast or Outcasts may refer to:
A god of war is a deity associated with war.