Alatheus Birthright makes his first appearance in the later chapters of Heir to the Stars: Overture, encountering In Alexander Birthright in the Realm of the Kings. Alatheus Birthright introduced himself as Alexander's father eventually. However, their meeting was not warm, as the two engaged in a vicious battle. At one point, Alatheus delivered a vicious punch that completely unmade not only the reality of Alexander Birthright and Felis Leo, but the reality behind their existence and essence in its complete totality. Alexander Birthright completely regenerated outside of all systems of the infinite scope, which annoyed Alatheus because Alexander was still relying on regeneration, when he should be above that. The battle continued between father and son, with the son being completely outmatched. Alatheus expressed that there was problem with the world. He saw the flaw within all worlds. Freewill, choice, the creation of power, knowledge, and presence were completely made perfect, yet they were obsolete. He stated that nothing but imperfection floods the entirety of too many countless Infinities. The Ace of Spades encompasses all of it, and continues to allow such imperfection and disgrace to roam around. He was going to conclude The Ace of Spades' art work by erasing all of it, completely leaving only The Art Gallery left. There will be no power, no knowledge, no presence, no information, no beginning, no end, no infinite, no endless, and no nothingness. No hierarchy will exist. Only Excellence and Perfection will exist. The battle eventually concluded, but nothing is revealed about how.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
As a Finalé, Alatheus Birthright can literally do anything he supremely well please because Alatheus Birthright is the Grand Principle behind the infinitely All-powerful, THE ALL, any and all systems, as well as any and all states; encompassing all meanings of Omnipresence, Omniscience, and Omnipotence. Because of the Supremacy that Alatheus Birthright possesses, no one can attempt to stop Alatheus Birthright, despite the fact that attempting to do so in the first place is pointless, as it makes no difference to the outcome anyway.