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  • Well the basic idea of 583 is similar enough to what the power does to count as an example.

    Also if you consider the fact that there are some SCPs who know and see the world as being fictional, from their perspective being effected by the SCP would end up truly killing off the characters.

    Its still essentially killing fictional characters. There is also the fact that the main known user is doing something similar by killing off characters in stories.

    The story itself still exists, even if the characters in it no longer do.

    In fact if you were to compare 583 to anything, it would be Re:Creators. Two of the fictional characters are killed and erased from the world due to Altair, but they still exist in the world of the story (which is confirmed in the final episode)

    So yeah. Its basically the same thing overall as Absolute Character Erasure.

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    • but nobody else notices anything unusual.

      If you watch 583 but nobody else dies.

      then you watch let's say star wars with your friends.

      darth vader dies.

      no one else but you sees that he dies.

      everyone else sees the movie as normal. he isn't dead. only you see him die.

      he's still alive to everyone else. and everyone still remembers him.

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    • That's exactly what I just said. 

      Read the last sentence of the reply. Since its basically what you just said.

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    • okay but when i read the article. it only said they died.



      it didn't mention anywhere of them being erased.

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  • I'm pretty sure that Fiction Destruction/Destruction already covers that as is.

    So there isn't any real need for it.

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    • ThePirateKing777 wrote:
      Absolute character destruction doesn’t really sound good. Kind of sounds like making the opposite of a power just for the sake of making an opposite.

      Absolute character creation is supposed to be compared to that of a real life writer writing a character. So if an opposite is going to exist you must know the opposite of writing a character in real life which is erasure rather than destruction.

      Think of it as writing the first draft of a character you are to add add in your story And you don’t like how it looks so you use you’re eraser to erase what was drawn.

      It could be a variation of Ultimate Erasure since you’re not only erasing the character but their entire history and everything that was known about them. if it’s really going to be created that is. You also have to make sure you differentiate it from Entity Erasure.

      In other words, Absolute Character Erasure.

      sure can i make it

      I agree, i want to make that power: to erase everyone including their history and everything about them

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    • when it comes to real life, fictional characters cannot truly be erased.

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  • That's not really Curing Immunity. 

    Curing immunity means they cannot be cured by any means, even temporarily.

    If anything, its closer to Universal Irreversibility.

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    • SageM wrote:
      That's not really Curing Immunity. 

      Curing immunity means they cannot be cured by any means, even temporarily.

      If anything, its closer to Universal Irreversibility.

      Okay but are they semi-immortal?

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