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8th Apr '16 7:22:08 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': In Deicide, Aizen reaches a level of power that means even captain-class shinigami cannot sense his reiatsu and therefore cannot stop him. Ichigo therefore has to undergo intense training to develop to such a high level that even ''Aizen'' cannot sense his reiatsu. At the end of their fight, both characters were brought down to normal (human norm for Ichigo, shinigami norm for Aizen) to "reset" the story's power levels.
28th Sep '15 9:05:55 AM KingZeal
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''Not'' to be confused with UpToEleven, ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, or ReadingsAreOffTheScale. Tentatively related to MyKungFuIsStronger, but ''only'' applies if the being your kung fu is stronger against is an [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] being.

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''Not'' to be confused with UpToEleven, ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, or ReadingsAreOffTheScale. Tentatively related to MyKungFuIsStronger, but ''only'' applies if the being your kung fu is stronger against is an [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] being.
being. See also EvenMoreOmnipotent.
14th Aug '15 9:27:13 AM DannWoolf
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* The cosmic hierarchy of the Marvel universe runs on this trope. Cosmic Cubes (and the beings created from them), for example, have explicitly infinite power, but Celestials are multiple levels of infinity beyond them. The Celestials themselves are several rungs below the cosmic abstracts like Death and Eternity, who are powerless against a wielder of the Infinity Gauntlet, which is itself weaker than the Living Tribunal. Of course, the Living Tribunal is merely a creation and servant of [[{{God}} the One Above All]].

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* The cosmic hierarchy of the Marvel universe runs on this trope. Cosmic Cubes (and the beings created from them), for example, have explicitly infinite power, but Celestials are multiple levels of infinity beyond them. The Celestials themselves are several rungs below the cosmic abstracts like Death and Eternity, who are powerless against a wielder of the Infinity Gauntlet, which is itself weaker than the Living Tribunal. Of course, the Living Tribunal is merely a creation and servant of [[{{God}} the One Above All]].One-Above-All]].
14th Aug '15 9:26:36 AM DannWoolf
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* The cosmic hierarchy of the Marvel universe runs on this trope. Cosmic Cubes (and the beings created from them), for example, have explicitly infinite power, but Celestials are multiple levels of infinity beyond them. The Celestials themselves are several rungs below the cosmic abstracts like Death and Eternity, who are powerless against a wielder of the Infinity Gauntlet, which is itself weaker than the Living Tribunal. Of course, the Living Tribunal is merely a creation and servant of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/God The-One-Above-All]].

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* The cosmic hierarchy of the Marvel universe runs on this trope. Cosmic Cubes (and the beings created from them), for example, have explicitly infinite power, but Celestials are multiple levels of infinity beyond them. The Celestials themselves are several rungs below the cosmic abstracts like Death and Eternity, who are powerless against a wielder of the Infinity Gauntlet, which is itself weaker than the Living Tribunal. Of course, the Living Tribunal is merely a creation and servant of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/God The-One-Above-All]].[[{{God}} the One Above All]].
1st Dec '14 12:03:33 PM StFan
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* In ''Manga/{{Digimon V-Tamer 01}}'', Taichi and Zeromaru discover a level of Digivolution ''beyond'' Ultimate, appropriately named Super Ultimate. (Note that the "Ultimate" level is called "Mega" in earlier translations). This makes one conversation in the English dub of [[Anime/DigimonAdventure the first series]] HilariousInHindsight. When Miyotismon becomes [=VenomMiyotismon=], a Mega-level Digimon, TheTeam had up until that point, only seen Digimon as high as Ultimate (or what was called "Ultimate" in the dub) and were incredulous that there would be a level beyond Ultimate, saying something to the effect of "What is he, then? Super-Mega-Ultimate!?"

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* In ''Manga/{{Digimon V-Tamer 01}}'', ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'', Taichi and Zeromaru discover a level of Digivolution ''beyond'' Ultimate, appropriately named Super Ultimate. (Note that the "Ultimate" level is called "Mega" in earlier translations). This makes one conversation in the English dub of [[Anime/DigimonAdventure the first series]] HilariousInHindsight. When Miyotismon becomes [=VenomMiyotismon=], a Mega-level Digimon, TheTeam had up until that point, only seen Digimon as high as Ultimate (or what was called "Ultimate" in the dub) and were incredulous that there would be a level beyond Ultimate, saying something to the effect of "What is he, then? Super-Mega-Ultimate!?"
10th Oct '14 2:48:50 AM SirPellucidar
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* The cosmic hierarchy of the Marvel universe runs on this trope. Cosmic Cubes (and the beings created from them), for example, have explicitly infinite power, but Celestials are multiple levels of infinity beyond them. The Celestials themselves are several rungs below the cosmic abstracts like Death and Eternity, who are powerless against a wielder of the Infinity Gauntlet, which is itself weaker than the Living Tribunal. Of course, the Living Tribunal is merely a creation and servant of [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/God The-One-Above-All]].
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7th Sep '14 1:43:18 PM Zoorteg
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* ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'': When Sesshoumaru is [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen rendered weaponless]], [[BigBad Naraku]] decides that's the perfect moment to steal the [[DismantledMacGuffin last jewel shard]] that Sesshoumaru is [[{{Protectorate}} protecting]]. He does this by releasing the [[BiggerBad dark will]] of the [[ArtifactOfDoom Shikon no Tama]] itself. Not only is this the most powerful evil in the entire story, but it actually strategises as well, targeting Sesshoumaru's [[HandicappedBadass only arm]] to render him [[BadassInDistress incapable of fighting]]. Both Inuyasha's InfinityPlusOneSword and Sesshoumaru's SituationalSword are neutralised during the fight culminating in Sesshoumaru being ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat through the heart]]. At that point, Sesshoumaru gets so angry that he pulls a sword right out of his very soul, his true power given physical, weaponised form. Bakusaiga is immediately lampshaded as being something Naraku doesn't stand a chance against and Naraku therefore has to kidnap [[MoralityPet Rin]] and trap her inside his body for the rest of the story to ensure Bakusaiga can't [[StoryBreakerPower end the story with a single swing]].
24th Aug '14 4:20:52 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'': When Sesshoumaru is [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen rendered weaponless]], [[BigBad Naraku]] decides that's the perfect moment to steal the [[DismantledMacGuffin last jewel shard]] that Sesshoumaru is [[{{Protectorate}} protecting]]. He does this by releasing the [[BiggerBad dark will]] of the [[ArtifactOfDoom Shikon no Tama]] itself. Not only is this the most powerful evil in the entire story, but it actually strategises as well, targeting Sesshoumaru's [[HandicappedBadass only arm]] to render him [[BadassInDistress incapable of fighting]]. Both Inuyasha's InfinityPlusOneSword and Sesshoumaru's SituationalSword are neutralised during the fight culminating in Sesshoumaru being ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat through the heart]]. At that point, Sesshoumaru gets so angry that he pulls a sword right out of his very soul, his true power given physical, weaponised form. Bakusaiga is immediately lampshaded as being something Naraku doesn't stand a chance against and Naraku therefore has to kidnap [[MoralityPet Rin]] and trap her inside his body for the rest of the story to ensure Bakusaiga can't [[StoryBreakerPower end the story with a single swing]].
17th Aug '14 5:10:32 PM Zoorteg
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* ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'': When Sesshoumaru is [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen rendered weaponless]], [[BigBad Naraku]] decides that's the perfect moment to steal the [[DismantledMacGuffin last jewel shard]] that Sesshoumaru is [[{{Protectorate}} protecting]]. He does this by releasing the [[BiggerBad dark will]] of the [[ArtifactOfDoom Shikon no Tama]] itself. Not only is this the most powerful evil in the entire story, but it actually strategises as well, targeting Sesshoumaru's [[HandicappedBadass only arm]] to render him [[BadassInDistress incapable of fighting]]. Both Inuyasha's InfinityPlusOneSword and Sesshoumaru's SituationalSword are neutralised during the fight culminating in Sesshoumaru being ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat through the heart]]. At that point, Sesshoumaru [[CameBackStrong gets so angry]] that he pulls a sword right out of his very soul, his true power given physical, weaponised form. Bakusaiga is immediately lampshaded as being something Naraku doesn't stand a chance against and Naraku therefore has to kidnap [[MoralityPet Rin]] and trap her inside his body for the rest of the story to ensure Bakusaiga can't [[StoryBreakerPower end the story with a single swing]].
28th Mar '14 4:35:26 PM Aquillion
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The InfinityPlusOneSword does not work this way.

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The InfinityPlusOneSword does not (usually) work this way.
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