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Tangaroa is the god of the sea in Māori mythology.

He lives in a mysterious town called Unspoken Water with other forgotten ocean deities.


  • Godly Physiology: Tangaroa belongs to a race of ancient and inconceivably powerful beings known as Old Gods. Because of this heritage Tangaroa possesses almost unlimited power.[1]
    • Amphibious Nature: As a sea deity Tangaroa has the ability to respirate while above water and submerged, although he may not have any need for respiration at all.[2]
    • Cosmic Awareness: Tangaroa, like all Old Gods, is aware of the multiverse and the realms that lie beyond. This knowledge gives him an understanding of the universe and all life that transcends the capabilities of normal mortals.[1]
    • Fangs
    • Immortality
    • Metamorphosis: As an Old God Tangaroa can manipulate his physical form at will.[2]
      • Size Alteration: Tangaroa is often called 'Tangaroa the Infinite', and for good reason. Tangaroa is able to manipulate his physical size at will. Tang is capable of shrinking to the size of an ordinary man, and growing infinitely.[2]


  • This character is an adaptation of Tangaroa, a character in traditional stories. These include, but may not be limited to religious texts, myth, and/or folk lore. More information on the original can be found at Wikipedia.org.



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