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The Creator is a demonic entity in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, making his spectacular return in Power Paintbrush Adventures as they final boss of KirbiMiroir's world.
The Creator first takes the form of a pod/life security system with a creepy blue symbol on the front.
Once the pod is destroyed, a feminine, blue bloblike humanoid emerges from the pod, attached to various tubes.
In his Demon Form (Also called his True Form), which is achieved when his hatred is raised past the limit, takes the appearance of a larger, androgynous blue humanoid with long hair. While the actual in-game Creator has a red cape, he is shown without one in his official artwork.
The Creator has an impossibly demonic personality, even though the smiling face of his "Normal Form" hints otherwise. He also seems to have a mortal hatred for Theodore, because he looks way to much like Ceodore (From Final Fantasy IV: The After Years).
The Creator is fought in three phases during 3-4, the final stage in KirbiMiroir's World. The Shell has 3000 Health, the Normal Form 4200 Health, and his Demon/True Form 5100 Health.
The Shell does nothing until it takes 1500 damage, which is indicated by the pod turning white. From here on, it repetively uses Psych and Drain on the party, draining their MP and HP (Respectively).
The Normal Form starts the battle by casting Reflect on himself, and re-applies it if removed. Reflect bounces all Black and White Magic off him and at the party, limiting Viridi's actions in this fight. However, Summon abilities do ignore Reflect, meaning that Ash can still deal massive damage.
Once Reflect is in effect, the Creator constantly casts Burning, Freeze and Plasma on himself, hitting a random party member for moderate fire/ice/lightning elemental damage.
Finally, the Demon Form is absurdly powerful, likely spelling the end of a party that is not yet Level 30 (Which, to be honest, the game doesn't give you time to do so).As soon as the battle starts, he uses Tornado, dealing a lot of wind damage to the entire party and inflicting Sap, which further eats away at the party's health over time. From here on, he bombards the team with Burning, Freeze and Plasma, which deal far more damage than the previous form, physical attacks which inflict Silence (Thus disabling magic), and on rare occaisions, Gigavolt, which summons Zekrom to knock an instant 25% off the party's health.