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29th Jul '16 3:48:43 AM Malitia
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* AuthorAvatar: One of the more widely accepted explanations of the One, possibly spawned by a famous appearance where he looked like Jack Kirby, that he is the in-universe representation of the creative teams and/or Marvel editorial.
29th Jul '16 3:29:02 AM Malitia
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** Mephisto has made it clear that One is essentially "the sole-teacher/sole-headmaster of all of the schools". The Living Tribunal from his perspective, is "just a big kid". This makes him ''[[GoodIsImpotent frighteningly incompetent]]'' when he's allowing, not a member of staff, but a ''mere child'' from his viewpoint, to run around and destroy any one school (including all the littler kids in it), if said building threatens too many or all of his other schools.

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** Mephisto has made it clear that One is essentially "the sole-teacher/sole-headmaster of all of the schools". The Living Tribunal from his perspective, is "just a big kid". This makes him ''[[GoodIsImpotent frighteningly incompetent]]'' when he's allowing, not a member of staff, but a ''mere child'' from his viewpoint, to run around and destroy any one school (including all the littler kids in it), if said building threatens too many or all of his other schools. Worth to mention that in the same story Mephisto also doubted the ''existence'' of The-One-Above-All (exemplified by going on about ''"As Above So Below"'' while explicitly telling about the Empty Throne of Satan, the (missing, maybe mythical) ruler of all hells). Also Mephisto. UnreliableNarrator is a phenomenal understatement here.
2nd Jul '16 10:16:59 PM Eagal
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* TopGod: This should have been clear before reaching this trope.
* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny: Getting tired of hearing {{fanboy}}s debate over who is the strongest guy in Marvel? Introduce them to The One Above All.

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* TopGod: Every god from every religion (even alien ones) is present somewhere in the Marvel universe. This should have been clear before reaching this trope.
* UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny: Getting tired of hearing {{fanboy}}s debate over who is the strongest
guy in Marvel? Introduce is above them to The One Above All.all.
16th Jun '16 8:17:36 PM nombretomado
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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Marvel's prime example. Stronger than {{Thanos}} with the Infinity Gauntlet, the Beyonder and the Living Tribunal and wiser than any Celestial, God, or Abstract.

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: Marvel's prime example. Stronger than {{Thanos}} ComicBook/{{Thanos}} with the Infinity Gauntlet, the Beyonder and the Living Tribunal and wiser than any Celestial, God, or Abstract.
11th Jun '16 11:37:26 PM Phoenixion
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*** ''Characters/AllNewWolverine''
12th Feb '16 10:53:08 AM SparkyYoungUpstart
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** ''Characters/AvengersAcademy''

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** ''Characters/AvengersAcademy''''[[Characters/ComicbookAvengersAcademy Avengers Academy]]''
29th Dec '15 5:57:23 AM Anddrix
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Bram Velsing was a Latverian engineer who dreamed of usurping power from SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom. Unfortunately, Doctor Doom being, well, [[MagnificentBastard Doctor Doom]], he caught on to Velsing's treacherous ambitions and punished him by grafting a hideous skull mask to his face before banishing him from the country. Found and treated by Victoria Frankenstein, the Dreadknight repaid her kindness by trying to loot her home and use its resources to attack Latveria. Defeated by Comicbook/IronMan, the Dreadknight continued to seek revenge against Doom, conquer Latveria, and get revenge on Iron Man.

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Bram Velsing was a Latverian engineer who dreamed of usurping power from SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom.Doctor Doom. Unfortunately, Doctor Doom being, well, [[MagnificentBastard Doctor Doom]], he caught on to Velsing's treacherous ambitions and punished him by grafting a hideous skull mask to his face before banishing him from the country. Found and treated by Victoria Frankenstein, the Dreadknight repaid her kindness by trying to loot her home and use its resources to attack Latveria. Defeated by Comicbook/IronMan, the Dreadknight continued to seek revenge against Doom, conquer Latveria, and get revenge on Iron Man.
20th Dec '15 12:11:47 AM Phoenixion
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* ''Characters/{{NYX}}''
19th Dec '15 7:34:02 PM hamza678
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*** Characters/VenomHosts
1st Dec '15 4:17:13 PM hamza678
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***''Characters/VenomRoguesGallery''
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