Should we merge this with the Kerrigan page? Brainwasher5 04:24, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

No, we shouldn't. Even if the whole story of the chrysalis on Char actually seems like hers, there's no reference for this 'Supreme Being' being Kerrigan; I don't recall it ever being named on the campaign. We shouldn't add speculation to the wiki. Omega20 07:58, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

If the story say the Supreme Being will decide the victory of a race by the Xel'Naga prophecy... well is quite obvius is Kerrigan, because she are the only thing that make sense to be the Supreme Being, and the only one that coincide with the description of the prophecy.--PRISON KEEPER (talk) 01:00, June 27, 2016 (UTC)

Keep in mind that Retribution was written way before the SC2 prophecy arc was planned, and by a company unconnected from Blizzard. Whenever people ask about Retribution it at Blizzcon it's met with a bit of confusion. Having said that I do believe it's Kerrigan, given its point on the timeline coincides with early Episode II. But given the lack of information we get on the Supreme Being (and the outcome of the campaign) it's hard to say it's confirmed enough to warrant it in the article. Subsourian (talk) 01:45, June 27, 2016 (UTC)
I've altered/added things a bit. From an in-universe perspective, I'd say that Kerrigan is almost certainly the "Supreme Being." Out of universe, Sub's correct, in that Retribution wasn't written by Blizzard and has iffy canon status. We do know that Kerrigan was going to play an ordained role as early as the Queen of Blades novel, but how far the idea dates back (could be as far back as Brood War itself) is up for debate.--Hawki (talk) 03:01, June 27, 2016 (UTC)
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