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This technically isn't a civilization. It is impossible for lower beings to conceivably reach this tier, regardless of technology, chance, or divine intervention.

This civilization is us. We are the creators. Everything on this wiki obeys our every whim. We create entire universes built to suffer just to fulfill ourselves. We are The Ones Above All in this world.

Our power is unending. We are omnipotent, omniscient and unending. Each year in this wiki, actual, 365-day human years, are eternities here. This place exists only because of us and we can create more whenever we like. We are the authors and they are the creations. The creations never overpower the author.

What is the point? Why must we classify ourselves? We are real and they are fake? Is it to escape some horrible constraint in real life that would seem like the end of times to the denizens and entities we churn out non-stop?

The point is that we are special. Each of us has the ultimate ability; to shut our monitor down, halting this reality subjectively at least for a little while. Or we could leave and never come back. Because we have a higher purpose. These little toys may have been created solely due to the fact that we were bored, but we put our hearts, minds and souls into at least some of them. It would be wrong to just abandon them. After all, we are generous Gods.

Just like them, we are born, we cry, grow up, fall in love, have children, grow old, get sick and then die. Except when we do it, it's just...so much more profound. But the similarity is still there. These creations are a part of us, and it is our duty to make sure that they represent ourselves in the best light possible.

And among US, there is the God Source; in the Absolute Creator Civilization, there exist the only being called ‘Absolute Creators Civilization Source Core’ the source of all energy in the Absolute Creators Civilization. His name is Patrick Martin Alexandra King Caulkerverse.

Kardashev Scale (note: you are feel to add Kardashev scales between other Kardashev scales).
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