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In the previous part of Metapotence explained! series I discussed the question of Gid possesing two ultimate powers which contradict each other and with that solved the Stone Paradox. This part #2 serves as continuing talking about God* as the wielder of supreme power.
* Like in Part #1, I name a truly omnipotent being “God” in capitals and refer Them as "They."
I remember after a little time after discovering this wiki, I wondered what was the most powerful combative ability. Long time I thought that was Absolute Combat, it's logical since the absolute are those powers which cannot be perfected. But what surprise was when ai found out Meta Combat is even stronger. This brought me the idea I expereyss through this entry.
Omnipotence by definition is the most powerful supreme Force that can be applicated for doing anything. I see people define True Omnipotence as the ability to be able to do anything in this community. Let's assume that an user of Absolute Combat, for example, Sun Wukong from Highschool DxD challenges God as a truly omnipotent being to fight him. God agrees. So, how will that battle end?
Obviously, God will be victorious. The only question is weather God needs to use full power to defeat a Grand Martial Artist. I believe God can simply apply Meta Combat and strike Wukong down immediately because Meta Fighter is basically Absolute Combat and Logic Defiance. That proves one interesting fact I wanted to share with you: in order to achieve certain result, God doesn't necessarily need to use Omnipotence. As we saw in the previous instance, an ultimate combatant can be defeated with simple Meta Fighter — a power a non-omnipotent can acquire.
On this light I see 2 types of supreme powers: relative and absolute. Let's take one more example with combat. What is the supremest combative ability? Here go two possible answers: Meta Combat and Omnipotence. These are two most powerful. Yet Omnipotence is stronger than Meta Fighter. Moreover, it's even stronger than any other power in Omniverse. How is this? I can explain that Meta Combat is relatively supreme ability in combat, which means it can be acquired by a non-omnipotent being. Meanwhile, Omnipotence itself is absolutely supreme power for all fields.
Here's a creative idea for superpower novel: there are 2 types of supreme powers: absolute and relative. The relative ones can be used by non-omnipotents (such as Meta Combat) and the absolute one is Omnipotence. Nevertheless, God being truly omnipotent don't need to use Omnipotence to accomplish any feat. God can use less Their power and still achieve certain result, if it don't need absolute supremacy.
So we have that God isn't limited by Omnipotence and are able to use Their power in lesser form. This is the only message I send.
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This is a thread for using our OCs to fight. If you’ve followed this series of threads since the beginning, this particular thread allows overpowered characters. For those new, here are the rules:
1: No controlling OCs that aren’t yours.
2: There’s a limit of 10 characters per user.
3: No godmodding. List all superpowers in your character, ALL OF THEM, before using them. Creating/adding powers for them just to defeat another one is also against the rules.
4: Technically, underpowered characters are allowed too, but they’d be pretty outmatched. :/
5: No drama/romance, this is a thread purely for battling.
6: Characters having applications to their already-existing powers is fine.
7: No ganging up on one user. It’s not fair to them. (Unless they have no problem being ganged on, in case, go ahead)
9: Weapon-users are allowed, too.
10: Instant wins aren’t allowed. (For anyone wondering, it’s when a character instantly kills another newly-introduced character, or a newly-introduced character kills another character.)
11: No exploiting loopholes in the rules.
You may design your character form template however you like. Also, you must add a form for your character before using them. Now DUEL!!!!