Sorry for my bad english.
Nope. If an author writes down 2 verses, the omnipotent beings of each verse will be IN THEIR VERSE. But the Author can do whatever it wants with the omnipotent being.
But Author Authority doesn’t make you the author, just have the same powers over the world as they do, but here’s the thing. If the actual author gave a character the power of their authority, wouldn’t that same author be able to take it away? And a person with Author Authority couldn’t beat an omnipotent being since *they’d* be that omnipotent being. Omnipotence can’t beat omnipotence since omnipotence is unbeatable.
Sums it all up perfectly.
The point of omnipotence is that it transcends its verse so Author Authority has the same power as an Omnipotent being. Omnipotence transcends all, even its supposed verse, therefore it is equal to Author Authority.
Since Author Authority literally gave the character Omnipotence, can't the Author take it away?
You keep confusing Author Authority with being the actual author. If a *character* had Author Authority, they are not the author, but someone who has similar levels of control over the story. And again, omnipotence can not beat omnipotence since the loser would not have been omnipotent to begin with. You have to understand that. These questions are automatically wrong since you keep forgetting what omnipotence is. If a person with AA beat an “omnipotent” being, then that world make *them* the omnipotent being, not whoever they beat or “taken the power of.”
Omnipotence can accomplish anything no matter how illogical it is. Omnipotence reigns over all. Author Authority is just being omnipotent but having the perspective of the author.
Omnipotent perspectives cannot outweigh each other because they are all omnipotent in the first place. It is impossible for one to become stronger than the other
Okay let's believe that omnipotence can't be defeated. If it was, then it wouldn't be omnipotence. But why the ---- can't two omnipotent people exist on the same verse?
Cuz people probably talk about absolute omnipotence when they mention it (Omnipotence). Maybe. That's probably it.
There can't be 2 omnipotent beings as that goes against the purpose of it. The being with omnipotence is above all, and if there are multiple it would go against what omnipotence is. Here is a note from the omnipotence page.
(If their are many Omnipotent beings in the multiverse then they would fundamentally be the same being, representing the individuality of their respective universe and unity of the infinite cosmos of other realities.)
There can only be one omnipotent being as thats how it was made. ONE being that has absolute power, knowledge and etc. There cannot be two even if there were two they would be the same being.
What do you think?