TheEverbeast are an otherworldly being from a parallel existence to the multiverse. Outside of the multiverse and dark multiverse exists a plane where the laws of physics do not apply and all things are willed by the plane's original inhabitants, the Everbeast. These creatures are without form, and project a comprehensible image into the mind of any who see to prevent madness. Neither benevolent or malevolent, these beings have no desire to affect any who encounter them, but will grant a wish if asked. With no limits in this plane, any wish can be granted by an Everbeast and remain in effect in other realities. However, the Everbeast grant wishes in a monkey's paw fashion, in that every wish comes at a terrible price. Those who observe an Everbeast often share similar descriptions, of large and grotesque, almost Lovecraftian like monsters with skin like the universe, black and infinite and always shifting. Only rarely do they interact with beings from other existences, and each one has ended in the visitor meeting a justified punishment for their greed.
Havingforgotten his name eons ago, the timeless man simply goes by Seymour, saying it is because he 'sees more'. Once from a time impossible to remember, Seymour lived at the end of his world not long after the universe began to cool. His planet was beginning to crumble and Seymour found a way to the Third Plane where he encountered the Everbeast. Being rumored among his people, he sought them for the ability to see every possible outcome in order to save his people. The Everbeast granted his wish, however as punishment he was forced to see all possible outcomes of the past, present, and future all at the same time. And as further punishment for his arrogance, was recreated in an ageless body, un-aging and immune to disease, but still able to be killed by something as simple as a bullet. The Everbeast sentenced him to watch the death of his world and every world until the end of time, and should he die by any means he would be returned to the Third Plane to suffer an eternity of suffering in his own hell. Seymour was returned to his world and watched it fall apart. This weighed heavily on him as he watched every iteration of his world's destruction. After a few years, he went insane and lost all sense of reality. Over time, Seymour began to piece himself together from what remained, forming a new sense of identity with some semblance of sanity, he learned to cope with his punishment. Seymour now roams the universe as an observer, witnessing reality as it occurs.