Yeah I agree with that
Yes it’s an application
Depends on the Thor. MCU Thor wouldn’t stand a chance I believe but there is Rune King Thor (RKT for short) who is nigh-omnipotent. With RKT, he could find a way to kill Steve but since there’s no one in Steve’s world who can level anywhere near his power we don’t really know for sure how strong his invulnerability is.
Not to mention, the only way to kill this Thor would be commands which I’m not sure is absolute so it might not kill him.
Overall, I think Steve takes this but I’m not too sure since Steve’s durability is unknown and not sure if nigh omnipotence can bypass it.
How do you defeat someone who can handle all situations. It’s practically impossible to beat them in any sort of fight or conflict since they have thought of every possibility of the transaction. Apart from you being the Dark Lord you wouldn’t be able to beat any of these people unless you have another power.
I feel like you’re right except for at the higher levels of telekinesis where it’s the other way around. For me, personally, I prefer spatial manipulation because it’s a more interesting power.
They probably could. Omni energy manipulation already comes with ethereal manipulation which has Omni manipulation therefore meaning a user of Omni manipulation could manipulate virtually anything.
Not to mention, a user with Omni energy has foreign energy manipulation which is pretty much manipulating energy that differs from the norm. With this the user could warp reality.
In conclusion, a user with just Omni-energy manipulation (doesn’t need absolute condition) could warp reality and possibly be nigh omnipotent
Omni usually means all so for Omni Magic it means all the magic. Almighty means the highest point (sort of like absolute) so Almighty Magic means the strongest form of magic. Meta means powers that can break the rules so Meta Magic is magic that transcends the rules of magic itself.
In order I think it would go Omni, Meta, Almighty but they kind of link together so they are around the same in terms of power
I mean if selective invulnerability is a page then I guess Selective Omniscience could be one aswell
I feel like this would be category because the powers you’ve named (neuroscience, pyschoscience and omnilegence) are just variations of selective omniscience. Since, if you just have selective omniscience we don’t know what you’re omniscient.
Distortion manipulation allows the user to twist/warp/distort anything around them. This can be used for offensive and defensive purposes.
For example, if they distort everything in an immediate area around them they become virtually invulnerable to attacks. This is because, each attack will have its trajectory moved to miss the user or strike it back at the opponent.
So, in essence,it’s fairly op but not too op.
The strongest embodiment is Omni-embodiment which is the embodiment of absolutely everything imaginable, unimaginable, impossible, unknown, etc.
The strongest physiology is 10th dimension physiology which is being made of infinite possibilities, timelines basically they are everything possible all at once simultaneously.
I think it would be a stalemate because it is battle between everything possible and all possibilities (see how they’re similar).
Yes. It can be used sort of like restoration in that it reverts something to a previous point in it’s time. However, Omni-Healing is used when something has taken “damage” or has gotten weaker. This is because, it restores things to optimum health and condition.
To answer your question, I think the user couldn’t but if they revert the person back to before they take the damage what is the user healing? So, I don’t think they could revert someone back to before the damage but instead just fix the damage already being done. If that makes sense
What about embodiments though?
Manipulating the element of surprise just seems like manipulating surprises. Which means you can do anything as long as it is surprising/unexpected so you can pretty much break reality with this power.
It’s fairly powerful. It states that, if advanced enough it could obtain elemental transmutation which has atomic manipulation. But on its own, it’s quite powerful. It can change the state something is in which means solidification of the surrounding atmosphere or the opposite. Also, it can manipulate all 4 states of matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas, Plasma).
Omni powers for me are boring and can make the character too simplistic and overpowered (unless you create an antagonist who also has Omni powers but that then makes everyone have Omni powers). Having somewhat basic or intricate powers makes characters more interesting and they have to use their ability with more skill.
Onni powers I feel should be reserved for Gods and beings around that level and even they should be used sparingly. So, I agree with most people here.
Being a False-Hero is sort of like a game of murder mystery where I have to keep up my villainous side whilst keeping my reputation as a superhero. Depending on my power, this could be easy or difficult. This could make a really interesting character who is good to the public but to a select few (or even no one) is seen as their true self; a villain.
Overall, I would choose false-hero because I enjoy psychologica games and it seems fun
Bio-Topology manipulation basically means that the user can manipulate the physical makeup/ appearance of organic and inorganic matter. This allows the user to transmute anything to something else by drawing upon said energy.
Oh yeah, my bad