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and it's exactly as it's described: A superhuman/metahuman (Etc) with godlike power. (think of Nate Grey, David Heller, etc from marvel). They're so powerful, they're gods amongst their kind, even to the point of Nigh Omnipotence. Gabriel456 (talk) 15:33, June 15, 2016 (UTC)
again, signature. Not going to answer if you don't use it
I have no opinion on that.
Hey Idan ! It basically means unlimited power over oneself, and that's essentially what Absolute Existence is.
if you're talking about Absolute Existence, it means pretty much like Omnipotence if used on one's own existence, changing yourself and your existence limitlessly. the creator, however, could explain it better. Gabriel456 (talk) 22:00, July 3, 2016 (UTC)
It's the first time I hear this word, but yes, they most likely share the same meaning.
From my perspective, the difference between Absolute Existence and Omnipotence is that the first takes roots in the user's own self, so while it can grant him virtually any external power, I get the feelings the bestowed powers (secondary) wouldn't stand on the same "level" at the core of the power (the self), so the control over the "outisde" would be nigh-omnipotent rather than full-blown Omnipotent.
But that's ultmately an uncertain interpretation others may disagree with.
You simply embody and personify existence, and have total control over it. That's pretty much it. Really not sure how to describe it deeper than that...
But if you really want answers, just post them on the comment section. That way, more users, who could probably explain it better detail than me, can answer. Gabriel456 (talk) 19:44, July 9, 2016 (UTC)
ok, last warning. use signature, or I'm not going to respond again.
Overall, if the user needs belief, it depends on the character/writer if they need the beliefs of others or themselves. And I don't see any real difference if they use their own beliefs Gabriel456 (talk) 12:15, July 19, 2016 (UTC)
Rules are rules, it doesn't matter what you say. If you don't follow them you end up getting blocked by the admins. Everyone has to follow them, including you.
Also threatening other users because they try to explain things to you is another way of getting blocked.
well, the user controls all of creation with their sheer willpower. Hence, they can alter themselves at any level just the same. I really don't know how to explain better than that Gabriel456 (talk) 20:42, August 25, 2016 (UTC)
Well absolute existence is pretty much what the page says it is I guess, to be ones personal state of self omnipotence it's pretty awesome. I guess that what Absolute Existence is to me. Dragon-Fox 7 (talk)
I don't know. and as for AE, that's literally what it's about. I'm not going to answer again, as it seems you've been asking pretty much the same thing to anyone that you can find. Gabriel456 (talk) 20:43, September 8, 2016 (UTC)
Truth be told, Meta Transcendence is very similar to Absolute Existence already, in a a more Boundary Manipulation-like way (crossing metaphorical "doors" between different types of existence). DYBAD (talk) 11:38, September 9, 2016 (UTC)
In short, it means you can be exactly what you want to be, without being bound to any context or condition ("nature").