- "You will go on long after we are gone."
The Creature was the result of an attempt by Lucifer and Morrigan to resurrect Hades using his severed hand. Instead, they created an entirely new being with a strong desire for life. This hunger drove it to kill its creators, and it would have continued killing if it had not been stopped by Woden. Recognising it as a new creature deserving of life, she sacrificed herself to stabilise it and curb its violent impulses. The Creature took on her appearance as a consequence, and made its way toward the lake, followed by Inanna. The Creature confronted her about her role in the murders of Woden's children, the knowledge of which it had somehow acquired. It moved to kill her, but stopped when Inanna confessed she was pregnant. It then left her there and disappeared into the mist.
During the events of the 1920s Recurrence, it was revealed that Ananke had found and imprisoned the Creature under the lighthouse near Lucifer's island. It was discovered by an imposter Woden holding the head of Mimir following the deaths of Baal and Set. Both the imposter Woden and Mimir were killed by Ananke.
The current whereabouts of the Creature are unknown, but it is presumably still alive today.
The Creature is a humanoid being, and originally seemed to take the appearance of a man. However, it assumed Woden's appearance following her sacrifice, albeit with blue skin and hair. Its skin is covered with gold swirls that lead into a piece of gold hand jewellery that originally belonged to Hades.
- Ice Manipulation: The Creature received this miracle from Woden, which granted it the ability to create and control ice. It used it to freeze the entire Lake Geneva in order to leave Villa Diodati after the deaths of Lucifer, the Morrigan and Woden.
- Prophecy: It has shown some level of prophetic awareness, since it knew about Inanna's crimes.
- Necromancy: Having been created through necromancy, the Creature was capable of devouring the life force of Lucifer and the Morrigan in order to satisfy it's hunger for the life it didn't have. Only when Woden sacrificed herself and transformed the Creature it's hungers was settled.
- The Creature's origin is based on the events of Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein.
- The Creature's dialogue initially appears in blue speech bubbles with white text. Later, the colour of the speech bubbles darkens and the text turns yellow.