Godlike has a number of unrelated uses:

  • "Godlike" (song), a 1990 single by KMFDM
  • Godlike (role-playing game), an alternate history World War II era Superhero role-playing game
  • Godlike (album), a 2002 album by Natas
  • Godlike, a Finnish alternative metal band

Other articles related to "godlike":

Godlike (role-playing Game) - Setting
... Godlike is set in an alternate history version of World War II where people known as Talents have developed unexplained powers ... Godlike is a gritty superhero roleplaying game, where wearing spandex and other flashy outfits is a sure way to draw a sniper's bullet that most Talents would not survive ... The Godlike core book contains a detailed section reviewing key events of World War II with special attention paid to events that differed due to the Talents involved in the ...
Arc Dream Publishing
... Detwiller and editor Shane Ivey after the release of their first roleplaying game Godlike Superhero Roleplaying in a World on Fire, 1936-1946 was published by ... As of June 9, 2003, Arc Dream is the sole publisher of Godlike and all other products in the Godlike game line ... Beyond Godlike, Arc Dream has also released Wild Talents Superhero Roleplaying in a World Gone Mad, which is an extension of the Godlike system and world ...
Godlike (song) - Track Listing - Godlike 2010
... "Godlike 2010" KMFDM 458 2 ... "Godlike 2010" (Crash Burn Mix) Koichi Fukuda 328 3 ... "Godlike 2010" (Security Forces Mix) The Melvins 517 4 ...
Godlike (album)
... Godlike is the sixth studio album by Natas ... Godlike peaked at #35 on the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart, #45 on the Heatseekers chart and #56 on the Top R B/Hip-Hop Albums chart ...

Famous quotes containing the word godlike:

    O! what a Godlike Power is that of doing Good!—I envy the Rich and the Great for nothing else!
    Samuel Richardson (1689–1761)

    Sure He that made us with such large discourse,
    Looking before and after, gave us not
    That capability and godlike reason
    To fust in us unused.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)