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Edit: All superpowers often come with a price. Not just "magic". That is a general rule of superpowers. They take energy and concentration to use, and can have specific drawbacks, but that depends. I'm sick of hearing about how magic comes with this big dire "price" when that is rarely the case.
 
Edit: All superpowers often come with a price. Not just "magic". That is a general rule of superpowers. They take energy and concentration to use, and can have specific drawbacks, but that depends. I'm sick of hearing about how magic comes with this big dire "price" when that is rarely the case.
   
Edit: psychic/psionic powers fall under the vast umbrella that is magic in fiction. Make no mistake. In fact it is frequent the case for magic to manifest in such ways.
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Edit: psychic/psionic powers fall under the vast umbrella that is magic in fiction. Make no mistake.

Latest revision as of 08:43, August 16, 2017

LiamBrownz wrote:
Isn't magic the ultimate superpower? As you can basically use it to replicate any power.

I would say so. Kinda. Magic isn't really a "power", it is a source and explaination of powers in fiction. Thus making it unfair to compare against individual powers. The gift of magic is useless until you will it into a superpower. It also comes in countless variations and forms depending on the universe.

Edit: All superpowers often come with a price. Not just "magic". That is a general rule of superpowers. They take energy and concentration to use, and can have specific drawbacks, but that depends. I'm sick of hearing about how magic comes with this big dire "price" when that is rarely the case.

Edit: psychic/psionic powers fall under the vast umbrella that is magic in fiction. Make no mistake.

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