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You are teleported to the inside of the hyperbolic time chamber.Inside are eight doors are different colors. Walking through either one of them will re-start your life all the way back to the exact moment when you turn three months old but you’re mind will still be the same age as it is now.
If you choose to walk through the red door you get to choose eight Characters Who’s powers and physiologies you want to have.
If you choose to walk through the blue door you get to choose eight physiologies you want to have.
If you choose to walk through the yellow door you get to choose eight Elemental powers you want to have.
Imagine that one day, you wake up inside of a game and to return home, you must complete it. However, if you die once and don't have an item that allows resurrection, you will die for good.
Luckily, you're allowed to pick what game you'll be living from here on out, the only limitation are +18 games. When in the game, you'll create your own avatar and experience the game along the characters, who won't freak out if you tell them they are ''fictional'.
"Capepunk" refers to the subgenre of super-hero fiction which deals with superheroism in "realistic" manner. - TV Tropes
Somewhere beyond our universe, a god was slain by another god and its death caused an event that would affect the Multiverse. When this cosmic being was ''killed'' by another god, its essence scattered across the multiverse in the form of ''Shards'', which warped countless realities and in ours, those particular shards transformed the universe from a mundane one, into a more superhero-like world like Marvel Comics. According to the numbers, at least 10,000 people around the world gained powers (Later dubbed as ''Gifted'') and when they did, their bodies were remade in healthy condition, getting rid off any physical ailment regardless of severity.
There's a few powers that people will surely want, so there's are a few things to know...
Conjuration: By manipulating the nearby atoms and rearranged in a certain form, one can create many things (The larger the object, the more tired the user becomes).
Duplication: Similar to Conjuration, whatever that gets copied will eventually expire, at best they'll last for 24 hours before turn into dust.
Animation: Giving life to inanimate objects and it works by summoning a spirit or lost soul, to then imbue it within an object to grant it sentience. Whenever the user is knocked out unconscious or killed, the objects and their souls will separate, returning to their original states.
Animal Shapeshifting: One cannot become something smaller than a Labrador or something bigger than a Grizzly Bear. Also, clothes don't transform with the user.
Time Manipulation: You can travel forwards in time, but never going back and being stranded in the future (As well predict the future with 100% accuracy). Second, you can go back in time, but it works like in ''A Christmas Carol'', where you can indeed visit the past, but you're basically a ''time ghost'' that people cannot see, hear or interact with. Thanks to this, paradoxes and alternate timelines are avoided from being created through reckless alteration of the past.
Healing: You cannot revive the dead (You can talk with them instead with the right power), rejuvenate people, extend someone's lifespan or regenerate lost body parts, unless the one you're healing is capable of that impressive feat.
Teleportation: Instead of the typical ''deconstruction and reconstruction'' process, it actually works with portals. Usually, the user will only teleport to a place it knows really well or has been there in the past since it obtain the power.
Power Absorption/Copying: It's possible to obtain other powers, touching someone and downloading the DNA that contains that person's abilities. However, you can only use one power a time.
Digestive Assimilation: Although it allows one to consume other gifted and gain their powers, there's still limitations. Not only you can't still use more than one power at a time, but once that gifted is fully digested, you will lose access to its powers.
Another thing is the ''power level'', which goes from street level all the way to Building Level, with only a few people reaching City Level. When a Gifted has children, they'll have a 50% chance of inheriting their powers and luckily, they'll will be passed down like a natural trait in their bloodline. Let's say that you're a Gifted, what power will you ask for? Nearly all gifted possess one power, which then can be strenghten through training and discover derivative abilities connected to the main one. Although, there's a 5% chance of a gifted possessing two main powers, having one being ''weaker'' then the other, yet still complementing.
For example, my power would be Telekinesis: Besides the basic ability of moving things up to ten times my mass with the power of thought, I can do more than that. Basically, use it on myself to fly and even briefly increase my physical power with self-telekinesis (Matching those with super strength for a few minutes). Due to the nature of this power, I also have an improved mental resistance such as be unaffected to mind control, know what's an illusion and make my thoughts hard to read. Another thing, it would be that my offspring inherits these powers and match my desire of creating a new human race.
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Excluding Transcendent Dragon Physiology, what are the 5 strongest Dragon Physiologies on the wiki?
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ALM users cannot make themselves true omnipotent but can they make themselves metapotent? I think they cannot
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I'm working on a project for fun "a young adult super team" called the Quirks, can someone please help me with this.
I'm new here, how does the place work
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I've made a power call Trait: Pseudo Magic which then turned into Pusedo Magic & which by a kind & caring fellow user named Dragon Fox-7 actually went out of his way to mix my original power (Esotery) without me asking. Necrotifice says this power makes no sense & is trying to get rid of it.
Here's the definition of the power: Users wield a esoteric and enigmatic power system that works nearly similar to "magic", but it is by no means nothing of the sort, granting semi-magic like qualities such as spell casting but it’s comes from their own source of power that they channels like actual magic but it’s not. Due to it not being true magic, users may not be at the mercy of the usual draw backs of a user of of true magic. They may have their own universe's equivalent or non at all.
Here are the users:
Magic Users (Soul Eater)
Demons (Demon Slayer:Kimetsu no Yaiba)
Jujutsu Sorcerers (JUJTSU KAISEN)
Sebastian Druid (Marvel Comics)
Force Users (Star Wars franchise)
Sith Magic-users (Star Wars franchise)
Yuga Khan - Source Manipulation (DC Comics)
Shazam when empowered by New Gods - Source manipulation (DC Comics)
Orion (New Earth) - Astro Force (DC Comics)
Revenants Gifts (Code Vein)
Here's the trivia (aka the explanations):
Definition of Sith Magic: Traditionally, Sith magic, also known as Sith sorcery, was an arcane expression of Force ability first developed and practiced by the original Sith species through which they manipulated the power of the dark side.
Definition of Soul Eater Magic: Magic (魔法, Mahō) is a vast reserve of almost limitless energy. It's offensive and defensive powers. Nothing more nothing less.
Demons in Demon Slayer are scientific. The Blue Spider Lily medicine was what caused Muzan’s body to mutate, because of the mutagenic properties that it contained. The mutation occurs on a cellular level, which is reaffirmed when the manga shows Muzan giving a civilian his own blood. If you think about it, this time period of Japan is well acquainted with science. You take that + mutants you get them being called Demons. It’s just like marvel when the placed their characters during the time of the Spanish Inquesition; a;; superpower beings were called “Witch Kin”. Note, they are the exact same superpower people in the current marvel timeline.
Jujutsu Sorcerers can manipulate Curse Energy which is energy generated from negative emotions.
The Source predates everything. That would include the categories of powers. By definition is is also the source of everything.
Here’s the definition of Sebastain Druid’s power: “While Sebastian initially thought he possessed a talent for magic, it was revealed his powers actually originate from monster DNA, making his powers chemical in nature.”
Gifts from Code Vein are stated to be "like magic from fairy tails" by Cruz Silva.
Here's my case against Necrotifice:
“The ability to possess a power system ambiguously resembling to magic .”. The missing requirement is that no concise ability is stated, right? (please correct me if i misunderstand). If so, here’s where you’re misunderstanding: you seem to see only in black and white. This power, I’m afraid, is not. The power *is* concise in that it refers to all abilities where the user has powers that appear or are labeled magic but they do not check the box. The Superpower wiki itself states true magic is, ” The user has access to magic, the use of rituals, symbols, actions, gestures, language, etc. Further more, magic is fueled/exists due to mana (the energy that is used to form magic - defenition from the Superpower wiki); however none of my user abide by the fundamental law by no means in any form or fashion. If the power isn’t based on Mana, then the power isn’t Magic. So I get it if it’s a tad confusion to you, but the power itself it is not imprecise. If you need further clarification please don’t hesitate to contact me, but I would really like for my page to stay up.
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1) The protagonist is a supervillain from an old and considerably glitchy thriller videogame who just wants some rest, the antagonist is the hero who wants to protect earth no matter what
(Both have standart Videogame character powers, along with Regeneration for the protag. and Erasure for the antag.)
2) The protagonist is the primal and discarded version of a government organization's artificial intelligence peacekeeping progam. The antagonist is their amplified version.
(Both have standart A.I / Robotic powers, along with Techno-Telekinesis and Force Field Generation)
As an Omni-Defiant being I'll grant you power, just pick a character you'd like to battle and mention what they're from, then I'll grant you the power to challenge them.
You can either think to yourself how you'd use that power to fight them or perhaps share it. 🙃