You can't kill with never had life to begin with.
@Queen Misery Essentially, Absolute Death Inducement can kill even amortal beings or the ones that transcend life and death if you read its capabilities. That is why I am going to remove Death from the users.
Death destroyed a universe, you can say she basically 'killed' it. If thats not enough for you, you can say The Death of Death: An aspect of the Living Tribunal, the Death of Death judges if the Mistress Deaths of different realities should exist in their respective reality or not. Because of the people coming back to life through different means, such as through the powers of the Five and the Green Door, the Death of Death saw Death as unimportant and nearly killed her. And to note is that Mistress Death is neither living nor dead
And if Oblivion transcends life and death, that makes him a weakness to Absolute Death because its one of its limitations. So Mistress Death should stay there because Eternity, Infinity and Death all have a form called their 'Multi' form where all of their aspects of each universe present within the multiverse come into one, making them Multiversal and oversee their aspect in all realities. So Mistress Death i think should stay there
Absolute Death Inducement: I can kill anyone! There's no defence against me!
Absolute Immortality: no one can end me, no attack can oppose my unkillability.
You see, those two powers contradict themselves and cannot co-exist, because if ADI murders anyone, nobody can fundamentally be eternal and if Absolute Immortal cannot be killed, it was never absolute, officially confirmed by the ones who sit above in shadows. Additionally, you confirmed yourself Oblivion is too much for Death as several characters like TOAA, ultipotent Beyonder and Living Tribunal can bother him. Therefore, his immortality is indeed absolute that Death cannot oppose.
Yeah so, what are you trying to get here? That Absolute Immortality is immune to Absolute Death Inducement
If so then Mistress Death is suitable for Absolute Death
@Yagworm Don't you know the rules of absolute powers are now changed? By the approval of the staff, all absolute powers are now equal. This is why limitations are now being removed. Furthermore, haven't you noticed Nonexistence was removed from Absolute Immortality's limitations and AI was removed from ADI's as well?
So.......Absolute Immortality doesnt get affected by Absolute Death? I know about the recent changes but im confused, are you saying just because Death cant affect Oblivion that doesnt make her a user of Absolute Death? One thing to note, Oblivion exists outside of everything. He's basically Omnilock
Death is an aspect of oblivion because he is nonexistence and is beyond the marvel universe but can still see within it , he was there before creation and will be there once creation is gone .
What do you think?