An evil power but for good uses purely for dramatic reasons
Ask for a calming cup of Jasmine tea
Is it too much to ask for both?
I'll choose to be the Trickster.
That's the thing about omnipotence. You don't have to do anything you don't want to.
Cosmic Creation is also a nice one.
With the new X-Men/ Fantastic Four crossover, I believe Franklin Richards counts as an X-Man, or boy.
Personally, I'd like to be a Time Lord.
I'd go with nigh omnipotence.
Omnipotence: you can do anything
Omniscience: you know everything
Omnipresence: you are everywhere
Convincing Karen that vaccines aren't poisonous and are, in fact, good for your child's wellbeing.
Either always make the villain more powerful in someway, or make the focus of the story your character dealing with some sort of struggle that the powers can't solve. If they're immortal, make the story about the constant loss of friends. How does your character deal with the short, almost momentary lives of mortal humans? If your character becomes or is some sort of godly being, write about their struggles with their friends and family, and how distant they seem to be.
Cons: you may do something stupid and die .
Pro's: you can speak in front of people confidently.
Yes. It's in the name.
Weapon creation, I suppose, considering you could just keep making nuclear bombs.
I'd choose cosmic entity physiology
It really depends on how you use it.