I wish for Pure Form.
Ha! Beat that!
Michael Demiurgos from DC has the Demiurgic Power; hence his name. Here's a link: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/dunamis-demiurgos/4015-55721/
Most of the powers are from cosmic beings. These powers are probably the only ones that could affect Trigon and Galactus or the entities like them. And having the powers of the Beyonders is essentially the same as the powers I mentioned above.
Power Cosmic - Marvel
Demiurgic Power - DC
Phoenix Force - Marvel
God Powers - DC/Marvel
Mr. M - Just WTF
This looks pretty awesome, you should make them into full pages.
The only thing I would change is possibly the "dust-like element" bit. Instead, I would have to be where the user's particles, instead of being converted into dust, convert other particles into the user's own thus allowing them to manipulate said converted particles.
So the Shapeshifter would transform themselves into a White Hole so that they can generate their own particles? Seems like they'd be able to create any element they want through sheer Particle Construction.
Of course not, Imo. That's my destiny. XD
Exactly. I have no idea why every power has to have a transcendent/meta/omnipotent variation. Nor do I know where this fixation is with slapping "meta" onto every power and have the nerve to call it an addition comes from. Whatever happened to leaving things to the imagination? We have Ability Transcendence/Mastering, etc and when you use a little creativity and combine the former with essentially any power that comes to mind, you can basically eliminate 90% of the fluff that most of these "transcendent" powers really are.
Huh, so this is why I stopped reading OCs.
Okay...time to roll....
Huh, I got Foreign Energy Manipulation. Noice. Time to take over the world.
Are you kidding me? That's somehow even worse! Rerolling...
Already got that one. Rerolling...
Cool, but useless without other superpowers. Rerolling...
That's not overpowered, it's BEYOND power. Rerolling...
Lol Alpha's getting all the bad luck
Uhhhhhh....I guess I'm the new Devil so....GO TO HELL
Three cheers for Imo!
The real world is the only standard we have to go by when scaling anything in fiction, unless you know if some other standard that we could use.
Also, DYBAD here are some feats form 616 Cap that may outshine movie Cap.https://vsbattles.wikia.com/wiki/Captain_America_(Marvel_Comics)
Also, no one is making their claims out of any hatred or lack thereof towards Captain America. We're all just presenting our cases for why he should or should not be on Enhanced Condition. XD
I'm not saying that the way the Wikia defines it is perfect, I'm just saying that trying to impose your own view onto something I don't think anyone before you have been "confused" about is essentially saying "I like my definition better than this one, so use mine." It doesn't seem to me that you're trying to clarify anything, hence this whole debacle, but instead are trying to assert that your viewpoint of the power is the only one that is correct, Demotivator.
When I said "the former" I was referring to the first subject I mentioned in regards to who qualified for Enhanced Condition, that being 616 Cap.
Also, it seems like everyone is arguing for their own definition of peak human to be applied universally. Even though, as Imouto said, every verse has their own version of Peak human.
"Enhanced" in the terms of how the Wiki defines it is when "User's condition may be augmented, but not to supernatural levels."
So, using that logic Captain America fits. And if you find 616 Cap to be (for whatever reason) totally unacceptable for this definition then just use Ultimate Cap instead. Even though judging by feats the former more than qualifies for Enhanced Condition.
Like I said before: just put Ultimate Cap on Enhanced, and 616 Cap on Peak Human. Even though Enhanced ranks below even low-level Superhumans, I digress.
This method can be used to ensure everyone is happy and this pointless discussion can come to a close.
It's not my understanding of it. It's the Wiki's official stance. We can argue semantics all day, but that's how the Wikia staff and community has seen it for years. And it's not due to an error but to an understanding of a very simple concept:
"The user's physical and mental abilities are above natural members of their species in that verse, beyond what can be emulated via natural training and with little to no maintaining. This entails that they are faster, stronger, more intelligent and overall superior to fellow members of their species, without being obviously supernatural."
The user of this power is augmented beyond what can be trained for and does little to maintain it, but they're not superhuman. Batman has to constantly maintain his Peak Human abilities, but an Enhanced like Captain America doesn't. Captain America is labeled as a peak human but numerous feats prove otherwise which means it is little more than a label.
However, if you're only interested in the official line, then Marvel has stated at multiple times that he is "peak human," which means absolutely nothing in a real sense but apparently mean something to you.