|Epithet||God of Death|
|Age||Older than 100|
|Occupation||God of the Theocracy|
|Light Novel||Overlord Volume 10 (Mentioned)|
In the Web Novel, Surshana was more or less described as a skeleton. He wore a jet black robe that draped his large body in darkness, and held a sparkling staff in his hand.
In the Web Novel, he was considered to be an evil god, and most of the lesser gods he had as subordinates were quite wicked. According to the priests of the Theocracy, he fell to the earth and was not a god that would freely spread vice.
Six hundred years ago, Surshana was transported from YGGDRASIL to the New World. Together with rest of the Six Great Gods, they formed the Slane Theocracy and became a focal point in its religious doctrine.
Written in the scriptures of the Slane Theocracy, he was regarded as the strongest of the Six Great Gods since no human could escape the scythe of death. Transcending life, he was considered to be a god that absolutely exists in the very core of the Slane Theocracy as proof of his name being carry on.
The oral traditions of the Slane Theocracy states that he was slain by the Eight Greed Kings.
The Ruler of Conspiracy Arc Edit
- Main article: The Ruler of Conspiracy Arc
During the meeting of the highest officials in the Theocracy, a few thought of the possibility that Ainz Ooal Gown may be Surshana since they look similar. They ended up casting the idea aside as Surshana's first follower would have informed them should he had "descended" once more.
Abilities and Powers Edit
Surshana was regarded as a god by the human natives of the New World. In particular, the Slane Theocracy are the ones who treated him to be their god. According to the scriptures, he could control fear, death and disease.
- In the Web Novel, Ainz Ooal Gown greatly resembles him.
- The reason people of the Slane Theocracy worshiped a god they considered evil was to placate him, begging him not to inflict his power upon them.
- Among the Six Great Gods, he has managed to outlive them all due to being inhuman and a heteromorphic player.