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And that's what i was saying to him, Absolute Change is literally "Omnipotence focused on the principle of changing", having Omnipotence/Metapotence on it's Limtations Section is redudant, even more so as it's almost like having Omnipotence as it's own Limitation. Absolute Change doesn't any Limitation by the very nature of the power, it's the very point of it.
 
And that's what i was saying to him, Absolute Change is literally "Omnipotence focused on the principle of changing", having Omnipotence/Metapotence on it's Limtations Section is redudant, even more so as it's almost like having Omnipotence as it's own Limitation. Absolute Change doesn't any Limitation by the very nature of the power, it's the very point of it.
   
He however thinks that "Not having Omnipotence/Metapotence under the Limitations Section" equals saying that it is above Omnipotence, even tho as you stated, most of times having so is redudant. [[User:Tsubasa16|Tsubasa16]] ([[User talk:Tsubasa16|talk]]) 15:59, July 1, 2019 (UTC)
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He however thinks that "Not having Omnipotence/Metapotence under the Limitations Section" equals saying that it is above Omnipotence for some reason, even tho as you said, most of times having so is redudant in the first place, and even more so in this case. [[User:Tsubasa16|Tsubasa16]] ([[User talk:Tsubasa16|talk]]) 15:59, July 1, 2019 (UTC)

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When you post, add the Signature-link (button on top, tenth from the right, looks like writing) at the end of your message. I'm not answering to anyone who doesn't do so. --Kuopiofi (talk) 11:15, March 2, 2016 (UTC)

And that's what i was saying to him, Absolute Change is literally "Omnipotence focused on the principle of changing", having Omnipotence/Metapotence on it's Limtations Section is redudant, even more so as it's almost like having Omnipotence as it's own Limitation. Absolute Change doesn't any Limitation by the very nature of the power, it's the very point of it.

He however thinks that "Not having Omnipotence/Metapotence under the Limitations Section" equals saying that it is above Omnipotence for some reason, even tho as you said, most of times having so is redudant in the first place, and even more so in this case. Tsubasa16 (talk) 15:59, July 1, 2019 (UTC)

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