When people discuss Mala Dibyendu they often use the phrase she might be God. However, few people ever come in contact with Mala and even fewer have caught more than a glimpse. These brief encounters have led many to spend the rest of their life yearning for another moment in her presence. Her history, as far back as it has been recorded, predates all known entities.
Much like the Sparagamos tree, Mala emits a hyperfluid with nearly identical properties and is subject to a chemical reaction when coming into contact with her skin. This process of creating Null Radients and a Null Veil renders her completely invulernable to any and all harm.
Mala is one of only five entities to have directly witnessed the event known as the One True Point™ (or OTP™).
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