Generally, a god is capable of seeing the past, present, and future for the worlds that they have created. Naturally, they cannot see these things in their own world, just as humans cannot see beyond the present.
A god-seer is one with the capability of viewing the timeline of the World of Gods. Some can see just a bit into the future. Others can observe the entirety of the past. The few born with this natural talent can be said to have the power of those dimensional beings that transcend all manners of alternate realities. It is a rare gift, but it can also be manufactured through secret techniques.
The last remaining god-seer in the Age of Velorus was one of those not naturally born.
It was the creation of an organization foreign to the World of Gods. An artificial creature embedded with a single Blue Solar-Powered Observation Lens. Utilizing an unknown matter as fuel, it travels across many godly realms recording as much information as it can. With its special eye, there is no limit to what it can see. The scope of its observation spans the complete timeline from beginning to end for any given World of Gods and all sub-worlds within.
At present, it has left the world that Velorus reigns over. At a certain point, it will return to its creators for deactivation and to be disassembled for parts. In the event that it is destroyed, no information will be lost thanks to its “black box” feature. The information repository of this god-seer is forged in the metal of The Gate itself.
While this god-seer is an artificial entity that was designed to be used as a tool, it is still beloved by one of its creators. The main designer of the entity bestowed one of its own names unto the creature: Jeanne.
Jeanne the god-seer mechanism is also capable of recording the Alpha Fragments. As they are stories scattered across time, they also fall within the scope of its observation. Jeanne already knows the identity of Reyskaw Marcosius Velorus, but that is something not to be spoken of. While Jeanne spoke briefly to Velorus, it utilized its own discretion in deciding what to reveal. The fact that it even spoke to him was strange in itself. Jeanne was not designed to communicate with anyone other than its creators. And yet, as beings with free will often do, it followed its curiosity for a short time and deviated from its mission.
“Are you equipped for combat?” Velorus asked her. In his mind, she was certainly a woman despite having no reproductive features.
“Combat functionality has not been installed,” she replied.
“What about your defenses? Are you immune to my power?”
“My armor will not withstand your full might,” she replied. “Though that is unnecessary. I can escape any potential harm faster than it can reach me.”
Velorus asked questions regarding her offense and defense thus highlighting his focus on dominance. Jeanne asked him questions that he didn’t understand for the purpose of confirming what she had learned. After satisfying her curiosity, she left to continue her mission in another universe.