"Are you satisfied?"
Alright, if you read the page itself, you'd be aware of this.
Simplified variation of Omnipotence based on Logic Manipulation. Opposite to Illusory Omnipotence.
And yeah you can say, well this character can do this or that, but this isn't a character vs or battle wiki. This is a wiki that focuses on powers and uses characters as examples of how said power could be used or limited, etc.
You all realize this depends on the writer and fiction right? You're essentially arguing points in a vacuum, because by themselves ALL omnipotent powers might as well be the same, just with different uses. It's when you get to specific writers that the distinctions become clearer.
EDIT: And yes I know my previous arguments were in defense, but coming back to this a year later, I realize that it doesn't matter, because the WRITER has the final say for their work. And that's what matters. The wiki is an archive. An ever expanding list. Not a fiction in and of itself that should be taken as gospel truth.
I'd have to say mid to high level telekinesis myself. Just kill all of them at the cellular level from behind the safety of a telekinetic barrier, then levitate myself up to a nearby rooftop or something.
EDIT: It also works extremely well for keeping the biters at bay.
Cackleviola wrote: No I mean that by the simple fact that there are multiple characters considered “omnipotent” there is no such character at all
Ah, I see. Well that makes sense to be honest. Gave it some thought and you do have a point. Even in verses like Lord of The Ring's, beings like Eru generally tend to be above everything else-so Omniarch basically-but not technically all-powerful.
And I will restate a point you and another user made, this thread does need to go.
Cackleviola wrote: There is not a single actually Omnipotent character in fiction
If we're talking about them being proven, then yeah, you're right. It's pretty much impossible to prove without a doubt something is all-powerful, but that's kind of moot to be honest as there are beings a majority of people agree to be all-powerful, including some of the writers who made them. And no I will not list names, that's a waste of time since you're already familiar with what I'm getting at.
A foolish mentality to be sure, but hey, we live by majority rule and if a majority of people see character's one way, there's a good chance your view and mine won't matter.
EDIT: Because we aren't the majority. Or vocal enough. Either one.
I think we all forget that Omnipotence is a plot device to explain how a universe and everything in it got there when you don't want to fall back on something like a Big Bang. Just look at omnipotent character's as the in universe author and the problem solves itself.
Unless you're Suggs.
Nothing can solve that mess of a fictional universe.
EDIT: Granted this is a simplified way of looking at it, but since most universes in fiction generally have one supreme force or being-even the Cthulhu Mythos-it works pretty well and I think helps cut down on the level of pointless questions people ask in this regard.
(Ah, my bad then)
(Commenting from the outside here, but that would be for the best).
Time Control or Telekinesis. With Telekinesis I could move things with my mind and work up great defensive capabilities should I need them. As for Time Control, the uses for that are insane. I could get coursework done on the day it's due if I need to without stressing, and if I unlock time travel well...
The possibilities are endless. So long as I don't cause a paradox.
Well looks like I got Primordial Water Generation.
This is still going? Cool. Might write a short story for it since it's a writing prompt. Should be interesting to say the least. Well, hopefully.
(Seriously though YoYo, if people want to join, they will. If not, then not. Telling everyone to join your thread is just annoying at this point, not to mention the fact it makes you look kind of desperate.)
Granted, but they're so good Disney buys them and their golden age ends as various staff are replaced, causing DC to completely lose what made it great in the first place... the writers.
^10/10 best use ever, hands down.
(Eh fine, doesn't really matter. Point is, I'm not joining till YoYo Force is done. Although by then I may lose the will to participate entirely given the amount of work I need to do. So tentative interest in this really.)
(@Caclevania. Well obviously I plan to make a full sheet. But not right now. After all this isn't starting till after YoYo Force is finished, so there's still time yet.)