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Destiny was the personification of destiny and the oldest of the Endless. He carried the Book of Souls chained to his right wrist, which contained all past, present, and future events. He did not leave footprints, nor did he cast a shadow. Destiny's realm was a garden, the maze-like paths of which he walked continually. His book was his sigil in the galleries of the other Endless. Although Destiny was blind, it was no apparent hindrance to him. He was always calm, detached, and sombre even in extreme situations.

10 billion years ago

Destiny came into existence once sentient lifeforms capable of having a destiny appeared in the universe. Destiny was one of the Endless, personifications of ideas and concepts that were tied to life, and were fated to fulfill their functions until the universe ended and all life disappeared from the cosmos.

80,000 years ago

After Despair was murdered, Destiny and the Endless went to the Necropolis to put her body to rest. The Necropolitans had long lost their passion for their job, and didn't know about the Necropolis' arrangement with the Endless, so they laughed at them when they asked for Despair's cerements and the Book of Rituals. Destiny revoked the Necropolis' charter, causing it to be destroyed. The village of Litharge was granted a charter by the Endless and became the new Necropolis.

1695

Destruction called a family meeting of the Endless, and announced to Destiny and the others that he was abandoning his duties and taking his leave for good. Destiny was not surprised by this turn of events.

Destiny read about the battle between his brother Dream and Dr. Destiny in his Book of Souls, and almost hesitated to turn to the next page.

Destiny called a gathering of the Endless, telling them a meeting with the Fates made him aware that he had to call the family gathering to set in motion a chain of events that would cause change and upheaval. During the course of conversation Desire got under Dream's skin by reminding him of Nada. Dream was indignant, but Death said she agreed with Desire, sending his lover to Hell for spurning him was an awful thing to do. Dream vowed to make amends by journeying to Hell and saving Nada's soul. Destiny told his brothers and sisters that his task was accomplished and the family meeting was at an end.

Destiny read about the end of the events he set in motion in his cosmic log. Lucifer Morningstar abandoned Hell, and gave the key to Hell to Dream. It was voluntarily taken from Dream by the angels Remiel and Duma, who ruled Hell under the direct command of the Creator.

Dream and Delirium asked for Destiny's advice on finding their lost brother Destruction. Destiny told Dream that he should drop this business, as it would lead to his death, but Destiny knew he would continue his search for Destruction despite this advice, so he advised him to seek out the oracle Orpheus.

Modern Age

Destiny lost the Book of Destiny, and when Lobo and Supergirl arrived in his garden he spoke about it being sent off to be found by those outside its pages. The souls he was referring to were the Challengers of the Unknown, the team who Destiny intended to claim the book. After a struggle between all factions, the Challs arrived by Zeta-Beam to Rann and defeated the opposition to acquire the book. It was then under their care.

Powers

  • Personification of Destiny: One of the seven Endless, inconceivably powerful beings, Destiny is both lord and personification of all destiny and freedom, He had god-like powers and absolute power over his realm, a garden containing all possible destinies of present, past and future. Destiny has power over predetermined course of events as well as the absence of necessity and constraint in choice.
  • Immortality: Destiny was ageless and virtually immortal.
  • Vast Knowledge: Destiny knows all there is of the past, present and future.
  • Magic: Nigh-Omnipotent mastery of magic.
  • Divination: Destiny was blind but could see the tiniest details throughout the cosmos and see the patterns living beings made on their paths through life
  • Metamorphosis: Destiny could change his appearance and clothing.


Weaknesses

  • Ancient Rules: Despite his great powers Destiny, like the rest of the Endless, was bound to a complex set of rules and customs.
  • He cannot spill the blood of family or he is no longer protected as the personification of Destiny from the other Endless.
  • He cannot fall in love with a mortal or the mortals downfall is assured.

Equipment

  • Book of Souls: He was chained to the Cosmic Log, or Book of Souls, that contained the history of the universe and every one of its inhabitants from the dawn of creation through the end of time.

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