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@Morningstar123 Someone finally understands me. I am going to break both rules in my series where there will be multiple characters who achieved Omnipotence when they weren't originally so. I bet Nekron would be angry, if he saw this.
I mean (keep in mind this is theoretical) if you can fuse every single ability, from every single fictional and non fictional being into yourself it should be possible. But the chances of something like that happening are...like zero lol. Even for a god, forget a member of the mortal races. But yeah, in theory that could work. You should make an OC on this.
@Morningstar123 Make what?
An original character. I'd love to see what you come up with. You don't have to tho, it was just a suggestion.
@Clara Sirius I'm just now seeing you mention Nekron lol. He's a joke. He thinks he owns the site or something smh.
In aztec mythology the supreme god is ometeotl which is two creator deitis that sit in the highest heaven which is the the thirteenth basically where im going with this is that my ancestors and i(im polytheistic) beleive in two omnipotent gods so theres nothing to worry about
Well, omnipotence is more of a status/title than an actual "ability," in my opinion. That said, you could, theoretically, become an omnipotent being via combining those two attributes. Unless there's a preexisting omnipotent god, you'll be fine.
@Ghost of Sparta696 If Omnipotence is a stasus, can user of Meta Status Manipulation bestow it?
Yes, and no. The user would have to be actually "omnipotent" for it to work. I can call myself God, but that doesn't really make me as powerful as Him or even relatively close to being on His level. If the user gains the power of the status they bestow, then that could technically work. Though, in that case, it'd probably be smarter to deem yourself "ruler of all" since Omniarch is the prime example of Omnipotence. It's the same as calling yourself the strongest; as even if you did do that, you'd need actual feats for it to be true. Does that make sense?
What do you think?