— Sora addresses a crowd of Immanity,
Sora claims that the "strength" of the Immanity comes, ironically, from their weakness. This gave Immanity the wisdom to run from magic and strength as well as the ability to learn and gain experience to predict the future, and eventually beat those stronger than they are. While this trait is not unique to the race alone, Immanity is the only race known to have excelled in it before the great war, simply because their weakness makes it a requirement to do so, as they have no other notable strengths to rely on.
List of Known Powers:
- Unyielding Faith
Immanity lacks the ability to utilize Elementals due to their lack of nerves that can connect to the Spirit Circuit. As such, they are unable to sense the presence of magic, nor can they utilize the Spirit Circuits to cast spells or enhance their physical capabilities. Not only are they magically weaker, but it has been said that they are also physically weaker than most of the other races.
List of Known Weaknesses:
- Higher Ranked Ixseed
- Spirit Circuits
- Too many to list
Before the timeline of the novels, it has been discussed that Immanity once had the largest kingdom in Disboard, dwarfing the lands of all the races that existed before the great war combined. It was often speculated on by the other Ixseeds, as mentioned by Jibril, that it seemed impossible for humanity to be capable of asserting itself and maintaining such large territories up to and during the great war. However, Immanity did not become extinct and maintained their large domain even up to the end of the great war.
In the 6th light novel, it is revealed that the Immanity during the time of the Great War were actually scattered all across the continent, forced into ghettos or settlements crudely put together. The Immanity constantly lived in fear that the wars between other races would make their way to them, to the point that a skirmish between 7-8 Dragonians and a battalion of Dwarves 9 miles away is enough to force 2000+ Immanity to migrate. However, under the leadership of Riku, the Immanity became a major player in the great war by covertly manipulating all the other races into their desired positions like chess pieces. By the end of the war, it is assumed that Corounne Dola became the first representative of Immanity.
At the beginning of the 1st light novel, Immanity had only the city of Elkia and the lands surrounding it left before Sora and Shiro's reign. This was mainly due to the enactment of the Ten Covenants and Immanity's inability to sense the use of magic, as well as a former king who wasn't good in games. Although Immanity was wise enough to survive the great war, they were incapable of defending themselves from opponents that would often cheat using magic. The result of this was the gradual loss of lands to the other magically dominant races over time until the reign of the previous king.
As of 5th light novel, Sora and Shiro have recovered most of the previous kings' lost lands that were cheated away from Immanity by the use of the virtual reality games by the Werebeasts, The protagonists eventually game against the other races and form alliances with the Werebeast, Flügel, Dhampir and Siren, merging these lands to form the Commonwealth of Elkia.
The name Immanity was given by Tet after the Great War as they are the very first intelligent creatures to appear on Disboard, even before the gods or the Old Deus and was regarded by Tet as the world's "immune system" thus giving them the name Immanity.
Form of Government
The Immanity race is assumed to have been a Monarchy from the time of the end of the Great War to present-day Disboard. However, after the events of Light Novel Volume 10, Sora and Shiro have declared it as a democracy but seemingly, both siblings are still the race's representatives.
List of Known Members
|Stephanie Dola (ステファニー・ドーラ, Sutefanī Dōra)|
|Chlammy Zell (クラミー・ツェル, Kuramī Tseru)|
|Makoto Dola (マハコート・ドーラ, Makoto Dōra)|
|Riku Dola (リク・ドーラ, Riku Dōra)|
|Couronne Dola (コローネ・ドーラ, Korōne Dōra)|
|Ivan Zell (イワン・ツェル, Iwan Tseru)|
|Nonna Zell (ノンナ・ツェル, Nonna Tseru)|
|Marta Zell (マルタ・ツェル, Maruta Tseru)||Not Available|
|Aley (アレイ, Arei)|
|Lily (りりイ, Ririi)|
The anime language is described to be almost identical to Japanese, as it is pronounced the same but with different characters for hiragana. Immanity-go in the light novels is different, using Latin grammar and Ancient Chinese syntax. Immanity-go's numbers are in base 6.
6,000 years ago during the Great War, the language of Immanity was drastically different from how it was in the present-day Disboard. Modern Immanity are unable to read these ancient texts, such as those written on the Dola Rock Pendant.
- According to Tet, all living beings in Disboard are creations of the Old Deus except the Immanity, the original occupants of the planet.
- The term 'Immanity' did not exist until after the Great War. Until then, they were simply referred to by the other races as 'humans' or 'talking monkeys.' It was Tet who blessed humans with the name 'Immanity', derived from the word 'immunity', in respect of their resolute and untainted spirit.
- The chess piece of the Immanity is the 'King', which is noticed by Sora to be the most strategically important piece despite the fact that it is one of the weakest pieces.
- Sora and Shiro are notably different from humans born on Disboard, as the examination Jibril gave them showed they lack an internal factor that would register them as living beings.
- A video on how to decipher Immanity-go was released by fans. See here
|① Old Deus · ② Phantasma · ③ Elemental · ④ Dragonia · ⑤ Gigant · ⑥ Flügel · ⑦ Elf · ⑧ Dwarf ·|
⑨ Fairy · ⑩ Ex-Machina · ⑪ Demonia · ⑫ Dhampir · ⑬ Lunamana · ⑭ Werebeast · ⑮ Siren · ⑯ Immanity