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The Great Will (宇宙の大いなる意志 and 大いなる意志) is an entity in the franchise.

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The Great Will is the creator and overseer of the Amala Multiverse and a being often associated with YHVH, its most prominent avatar.

Megami Tensei IIEdit

First mentioned in Megami Tensei II, upon defeat YHVH states that He is only a small part of the entity which rules over infinite universes, and that its vast consciousness will simply recreate His body, promising the hero that he has ensured the harshest path for humanity's future.

Shin Megami Tensei IIEdit

YHVH again references the Great Will after being slain by Aleph, promising that as long as humanity believes in His salvation the will of the universe will revive Him over and over.

Shin Megami Tensei III: NocturneEdit

Kagutsuchi, acting on behalf of the Great Will, causes the Conception and creates a Vortex World from Tokyo. The purpose of the Vortex World is to facilitate the death and rebirth of universes, as determined necessary by the Great Will.

During the Labyrinth of Amala sidequest, Metatron appears on the Great Will's behalf and tries to deter the Demi-fiend's progress, and is described by the demons of the Labyrinth as having the voice of the universe.

During the sidequest, Lucifer explains the Great Will's actions and the nature of the Conception. Since the Demi-fiend is neither human nor angel, he will be less likely to be blessed by the Great Will.

By venturing to the Fourth Kalpa of the Labyrinth of Amala, the Demi-fiend will be informed that Jyoji Hijiri, a reporter who has assisted him throughout the story, actually died when the Conception occurred, having failed to reach the hospital in time. However, he continues to exist in the Vortex World in the body of a Manikin as his punishment for committing the "ultimate sin." Hijiri is trapped by the Great Will in an endless cycle of suffering, death and rebirth, forced to witness the creation and destruction of each world without having any chance to affect the outcome.

Should the Demi-fiend choose to reject all the reasons, complete the Labyrinth of Amala and meet Lucifer, he will unlock the sixth ending - the 'True Demon Ending'. After defeating Kagutsuchi, Lucifer remarks that by defying the Great Will and choosing to side with him, the Great Will shall curse the Demi-Fiend for eternity, implying that he will suffer the same fate, or worse, as Hijiri. However, Lucifer will also comfort the Demi-fiend, stating that even if the Great Will cursed him, he'd have the blessing of the fallen angel. The Demi-fiend then leads the legions of Chaos in the final battle against the Great Will.

Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit

While not directly mentioned, Lucifer states that people's thoughts are responsible for creating the Expanse, and that similarly humans are the reason that entities like YHVH will never disappear, suggesting that the Great Will, the Expanse, and the universe of SMTIV's collective unconscious are somehow linked.

Shin Megami Tensei IV ApocalypseEdit

The Great Will is revealed to be an ultimately benevolent force that opposes the actions of YHVH, who is revealed to be a rogue avatar acting against the Great Will's wishes. To combat YHVH, it created two messiahs to bring true freedom to humanity: Flynn and Nanashi. It is also revealed that it is YHVH that brings back Lucifer as a servant meant to continue the eternal war, rather than people's thoughts.

The Great Will bestowed upon humanity the power of Observation when they were created, allowing them to give form to their beliefs and thoughts. This ability allows them to influence the world and is why Gods and demons seek to use them.

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