Resistance between absolute powers is a remarkable process in the history of this wiki. If we scroll to the comments to great famous powers like Absolute Immortality, Absolute Destruction, Nonexistence and Omnilock; we could find hot discussions on various VS Battle scenarios participating people like Nekron and SageM especially. The history of opposition of the utter ones is a whole reason to read comments alone.
Not so recently, the ones who sit above in shadows made a decision that all absolute powers are now equal. That means no absolute ability like Absolute Attack can't overpower another power of its kind like Absolute Defence. The justification is AD protects from all attacks and if it was bypassed, it means it wasn't absolute to begin with, same goes for AA. Ultimately, True Omnipotence and its variations are now the only limitations of all absolute powers.
Essentially, this new change makes a lot of sense. I remember those discussions weather Absolute Destruction, the power to destroy anything, is capable enough to end Absolute Immortality, the power to be eternal and indestructible. It has been bothering me that capabilities of AI aren't that mighty and completed if AD exists. It's pretty logical: if you can destroy anything, this means there's nothing that can't be destroyed, which makes AI impossible. Because if it is, there's something entirely indestructable, which denies AD's absolute capabilities. For the same reason any pairs of absolute powers can't exist together.
This change makes a lot of sense, yet it makes me kinda sad. Because that means we can no longer use opposing absolute powers in the same story. This is frustrating truth: if you are eternal, there's something you can't destroy, namely you; and if you can restore anything back to its original state, there is nothing irreversible. Nonexistence, Absolute Immortality, Absolute Invulnerability, Absolute Destruction, Absolute Restoration, Universal Irreversibility... Those abilities are so fine, yet completely incompatible! The beauty of opposition is so poetic, yet utterly impossible.
Nonetheless, although this is a great way to end all discussions, this rule doesn't avoid possibility of absolute opposition completely. There are some issues with powers that must include absolute opposition within it, such as Complete Arsenal. Users of CA have all abilities, including Absolute Restoration and Universal Irreversibility. While according to the new rule, it's impossible for UI to co-exist together with AR, Complete Arsenal becomes utterly impossible to have. Sure, we can exclude those opposing powers and grant just one side, yet Power Legion would not be complete anymore. For the same reason, Meta Ability Creation is no longer that powerful since if there's an eternal being out there, it just can't create Nonexistence, for instance. Additionally, this makes Meta Power Opposition kinda useless since it's designed to oppose any power.
Same issue goes for Absolute Wish. Users could simply wish, for instance, for Absolute Immortality and they would become so. Yet if they lived for a while and thought they don't want to exist in any point, would it be able to wish for personal nonexistence? We see, with endless possibilities AW offers, it's neither above other absolute powers or can't grant them, just nigh-absolute versions. When you are a user of Absolute Immortality, according to the new rule, Omnipotence is the only power capable to kill you, yet if Absolute Wish can't, it isn't absolute anymore. In this specific case, we can't simply say those are incompatible abilities since AW can wish for AI.
So, we have two conclusions:
1) Absolute Wish must be above other absolute powers and be its exceptions
2) Absolute Wish is utterly impossible by its own
Same goes for other powers that include absolute opposition like Absolute Counter/Combat, Meta Miracle Manipulation, Meta Probability Manipulation, Absolute Law Manipulation and others.
In this light, we see absolute powers can't exist together anymore. Yet if we, authors, see incredible beauty in one absolute as well as its opposite, is there anything we could do? I have already talked with Nekron about this and pointed out some problems but he intended this is impossible. Nonetheless, I have created a system that allows you to combine opposing absolutes within one story while not violating its total nature.
So, I came to this idea while reading Highschool DxD wiki, the article about Balance Breaker. That time I was already thinking about how to resolve this dilemma and this name, Balance Breaker, was the key I was looking for.
My concept is that while you cannot maintain absolute opposition simultaneously, you can constantly shift from sides to sides. That means all characters with absolute powers should posses some kind of ability/item/ger that is able to break balance between opposing forces and scale one side above another one and manifesting absolute powers through this. My concept is that Balance Breaker can break balance (and therefore manifest absolute powers) for limited amount of time, so if your character has Absolute Defence, it's still possible to attack him while BB is off. This way, you can have opposing absolutes but not at the same time, avoiding their conflicts. This way, you can't directly make Absolute vs Absolute but you can change your sides from one absolute to another one, representing both of them.
Nonetheless, this concept has some issues. This only is about active abilities but what about those whose effects are dedicated to be permanent? For instance, Absolute Immortality. According to my concept, all users are basically casually or nigh-absolutely immortal and they can tap into AI via breaking balance. Nevertheless, at this point, the whole fight between users of opposing absolutes now goes for changing the side but if you changed the side for Nonexistence, for example, then it means your immortality wasn't originally absolute even despite breaking balance because it can be restored and therefore loose one's absolute power. Same goes for Universal Irreversibility: if balance was changed to the Absolute Restoration side, all effects of UI can be outdone, which means they weren't irreversible at the first place.
So, we see Balance Breaker only works for those powers that can be loosed or deactivated but it lacks in case if effects of absolute power should be permanent. In order to resolve this task, in order for AI to be Indeed absolute, BB must cause permanent breaking of balance which cannot be restored or otherwise be changed to another side. In this case, absolute power would indeed be permanent and total, although it negates the possibility of Nonexistence to come in.
That's why, in order to make another absolute power possible, I am going to cheat. I call True Omnipotence. My answer is that Omnipotence as the sole limitation of all absolute powers, can change the balance, effectively not making this power absolute. The same way if user of Absolute Immortality dies because it was Omnipotence that killed it, we still qualify this immortality was absolute; Omnipotence is able to change this balance. At this point, balance can be changed to the side of Absolute Destruction and users of Absolute Immortality would loose their unkillability but it was still absolute, since it was Omnipotence that changed it. We can even go on and make some power/item/ger that is powered by Omnipotence to change the balance, so the characters would do so without the omnipotent required to do anything. This makes absolute powers kinda relative but no one is going to defy the fact Omnipotence can do this.
In conclusion, I'd want to ask dear @DYBAD @Necrotifice @Nekron2 @Omuni @Soft Derivations @Themannamedjeffery420 @CrystalStorm51 @Holokami to consider my concept and review the issues of the powers that include absolute oppositions like Absolute Wish. Essentially, I suggest to make a universal limitation for all non-prrnament absolute powers that they can be temporal and update the rules that absolute opposition can occur in this way I described here. For everyone else, feel free to use this system in your compositions to present absolute opposition and find completeness in your broken balance.