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  • Ok,so we can all agree that Author Authority is one of the strongest powers on this wiki and i know Omnipotence can never lose But hear me out on this one,okay? if a Fictional character has Author Authority(which is the power of the author themselves.) would that give him/her absolute authority over everything on their fictional verse,even beyond the supreme being of that verse because the surpreme being is just a part of that fiction? If this Character wants to usurp or beat the omnipotent being of that verse, can't he/she just do it because the character is literally the author and wrote/drew that being into their fictional existence and made/wrote them to be all powerful in the first place? I know nothing can ever beat the truly supreme being of a verse and if that did happen then the omnipotent being was never omnipotent in the first place,but the author's word in everything and absolute right? So if the author made that happen it's undoubtedly true right? And fiction is known to throw logic out the window. Even the omnipotence being of that verse can't truly hold much of a candle to the author/writer because without them they can't even operate and not just them but even every character,Setting,storyline, ETC wouldn't go on right? What's fictional omnipotence without someone to write,tell or narrate the story/narrative?

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    • Personally,I believe Author Authority is the peerless above all power in fiction due to it being "more real"than any power in Fiction.

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    • Yeah AA>Omnipotence. Any sub-power that AA is second to it.

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    • Fictional omnipotence = A.A. A.A. is just another way of seeing same attributed, there is no way to separate.

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    • So authors in real life don't have this power?

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    • Real Life?

      When it comes to omnipotence fiction it would be the same as A.A. Difference is not all works that include the author as a "character"

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    • The Omnipotente wrote: Real Life?

      When it comes to omnipotence fiction it would be the same as A.A. Difference is not all works that include the author as a "character"

      Ok

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    • So I feel that authors authority is indeed one of the strongest abilities to have. Matter of fact it is to strong there has got to be a way they can lose sort of like if they had items that gave them powers and if you destroyed all their items they now lose their power. See it is too powerful in the hands of a villain and they need to be able to lose cause no power is undeafeatable. 

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    • Yea you are right author authority should actually be the strongest superpower but since this is all about fiction I guess omnipotence is still best but I do personally thing AA>>>>>>>>> Omnipotence.

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    • Yeah, I just feel it should have some sort of weakness and agree or disagree I believe certain super powers can withstand Authors Authority and hear me out. I think that another strong power that is able to hold off and possibly defeat someone with Authors Authority is someone who has Absolute Restoration as they can restore anything anything back to its natural form meaning they can turn what the person that has Authors Authority decides to make happen back to its natural form. Example the person with Authors Authority turns a house into a swap. They turn books in a library into knives. The person with Absolute Restoration can counter it turning it back to its original form. Y'all catch my drift. 

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    • Because since the person with A.A has to take something out of natural place or form to make their power work then their is always something that the person with Absolute Restoration can always turn it back. 

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    • Since it's Author Authority, it's the decision of the Author if he wants the Absolute Restoration guy to actually use his powers, and absolute stays absolute only within itself. I mean have you seen a Power Ranger with Naruto's powers? Zeno with Kaguya's powers? Same way, absolution is within the universe (not the universe, I mean like series universe e.g. Dragon Ball universe.) and not out of it. A person with Absolute  Restoration is powerless out of it's universe and even people like me and you can kill em because anyone can be an Author to any story.

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    • True im just saying there has to be something that can defeat A.A

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    • Authors Father Authority? 

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    • ThePirateKing777 wrote:
      Ok,so we can all agree that Author Authority is one of the strongest powers on this wiki and i know Omnipotence can never lose But hear me out on this one,okay? if a Fictional character has Author Authority(which is the power of the author themselves.) would that give him/her absolute authority over everything on their fictional verse,even beyond the supreme being of that verse because the surpreme being is just a part of that fiction? If this Character wants to usurp or beat the omnipotent being of that verse, can't he/she just do it because the character is literally the author and wrote/drew that being into their fictional existence and made/wrote them to be all powerful in the first place? I know nothing can ever beat the truly supreme being of a verse and if that did happen then the omnipotent being was never omnipotent in the first place,but the author's word in everything and absolute right? So if the author made that happen it's undoubtedly true right? And fiction is known to throw logic out the window.

      Even the omnipotence being of that verse can't truly hold much of a candle to the author/writer because without them they can't even operate and not just them but even every character,Setting,storyline, ETC wouldn't go on right? What's fictional omnipotence without someone to write,tell or narrate the story/narrative?

      There are plenty of other powers that beat Author Authortiy, the power doesn't state that there the true author of their verse. That would be you, regardless. However the power just states the user can "write" anything into existence or nonexsitence, sorta like being an "author" of existence. Like writing in a book, a user can write and create anything and bring it into existence. A good example of this would from this video. The ice cream who possess such this power is not the author of her verse, she never had been the creator of her and most likely never will, but rather used a book to act as if she did. Being an author of her verse.



      Even if the user was utterly the creator of there verse and was the "author"(still you, but you understand what am saying), we still have users like metapotence who can simply just say "no". And be immune.

      This power works more as of an object than anything, using there pencil or book to give them absolute wills.

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