Yes… the power… the absolute power! The universe is mine to command! To control!
~ Jafar.
As you may have noticed, I've recently had a multi-dimensional makeover! I control space, matter, and now that that dumb baby's out of the way, time itself! But I wasn't always this way. You think those chains are tight? Imagine living in the second dimension, flat minds in a flat world with flat dreams. I liberated my dimension, Stanford, and I'm here to liberate yours.
~ Bill Cipher to Stanford Pines.

Reality-Warpers are characters depicted with the power to alter reality itself, often on a large scale. In order to qualify as a Reality-Warper on this wiki, a character must have at minimum a planet-wide radius of influence; this means that beings like Mad Jaspers, Galactus and many "cosmic" beings and higher-level super-beings count but lower-tiered beings (such as those who merely alter probability) are better suited to Elementals, Magic, or Paranormal.

By its very nature the "gift" of Reality-Warping makes most characters that have it among the most powerful of all adversaries and they range from planet-wide menaces to universal (and sometimes even multiversal) threats on a godlike scale.

Some of theses villains may even be nigh-omnipotent in a certain reality (The Beldam is omnipotent in the Other World, The Animator is omnipotent on his computer) or all realities (i.e. Truth, Beyonder, or villainous adaptations of God).