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Ultimate Erasure is *more* of a physical deletion. While it does operate on a conceptual level, it’s still bound by higher powers and laws that exist beyond it; meanwhile, Nonexistence is on an abstract level to the point where entire principles, no matter the placement in the conceptual hierarchy, are at its mercy.
Furthermore, Nonexistence is more of a conversion to a state of non-being rather than erasing something, so things that can’t be erased can simply be “un-existed,” thus being erased no matter its status.
Those are my thoughts, anyway.
That’d probably fall under some sort of mental conditioning power to be used on your peers, and Ultipotence would grant that. Again, you’d need the knowledge to do this without problems
Ultipotence entails absolute power, and simply switching your gender would fall under that. You would, however, need sufficient biological knowledge to do so without any negative repercussions.
Sauce for that GIF? 👀
@OmniD4C yes I’ve also been away for quite a while lol
Primordial Manipulations are what you’re looking for.
Primordial Earth Manipulation is a good example.
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If it’s Odin and Thanos in the MCU, Naruto would win.
If it’s the comics, different story altogether
The actual temperature can vary, but for part 2: Yes.
Any nuclear bomb will be hotter than a blue flame. This is because what forms from a nuclear blast is not fire, but rather plasma, which is astronomically hotter than fire.
If you cannot visualize it, just think of the sun: a giant ball of plasma.
The best offense is the best defense
@Ghost1029 Yeah bro same here. It really has been a while
Dr Manhattan is astronomically above anything Ghost Rider could imagine.
It isn’t even a contest, in my opinion
@Sefera3117 no idea lol but your reply gave me a notification and led me to respond to OmniD4C’s comment, which is good
@OmniD4C now that I think about it (6 months later), time could seem to affect space, but again, it isn’t entirely accurate.
You can affect the time of an object’s motion, for example, to imitate spatial control, however the object still needs to traverse a distance.
Or, to revert the condition of an object, such as it being damaged, you’d simply be controlling the order of which an event occurred, which could affect space indirectly but not in a practical way.
It’s kind of a difficult concept to consider.
What I would conclude is that manipulating time can imitate spatial manipulation, however it isn’t space that’s being controlled, but rather the order in which space is affected by certain events.
It depends on your mastery. If you can control the amount of strength you utilize, using something as fragile as a phone is possible. Of course, if you can’t control it, it’ll shatter in your hand.
Already writing a novel with this concept. Just readjusting a few things before going on the grind
Alucard could very well win as he is omnipresent. I fail to see how Goku could even hit him
It’s easier to DM back and forth. I’d rather not post an entire analysis on my reasoning on this platform.
Anyways, Hisoka doesn’t need to be country level. He simply rips off Akame’s head quicker than she can think as he scales massively above her in speed.
Her strength is irrelevant, at that point. You also didn’t contest my speed scaling so I’ll accept your concession on that.
If you want to debate, get Discord and we can talk in Voice Chat or DMs.
My Discord is: Grisaia#1109.
Message me there. Debating here is not convenient
@Morningstar123 If you have Discord, I’ll message you on there as it makes debates like this easier.
But to summarize a quick counterargument: Akame didn’t beat Esdeath by overpowering her. She was just a bit faster and she outsmarted her.
Hisoka should logically be faster than Akame as she doesn’t have any feats putting her at the speed of lightning, which is where Killua scales, and Killua should be below Zeno and Silva due to their hype as the heads of the Zoldyck family.
Esdeath freezing a continent is irrelevant as she never uses that much power to fight Akame, Akame simply, as I said hefore, was faster and outplayed her.
In short: Your scaling for Esdeath is illogical as it implies that Akame defeated Esdeath with her raw power, which somehow surpassed Esdeath’s, when in actuality, she simply outperformed her with her sword skills.