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22nd Sep '17 5:58:29 AM comicwriter
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** Comicbook/{{Quicksilver}}'s SuperSpeed is great enough that he can travel across countries in a few days at least, and everyone around him appears to be standing still while he's running in a fight. He would have been problematic to write around for future films, such as the below mentioned ''Civil War'', so it's a silent blessing for the writers that he dies in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron''.

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** Comicbook/{{Quicksilver}}'s SuperSpeed is great enough that he can travel across countries in a few days at least, most, and everyone around him appears to be standing still while he's running in a fight. He would have been problematic to write around for future films, such as the below mentioned ''Civil War'', so it's a silent blessing for the writers that he dies in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron''.
22nd Sep '17 5:57:48 AM comicwriter
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** ''Film/XMenApocalypse'': Kurt Wagner's energy level drains rapidly if he teleports too many people at the same time, and he's inert for part of the FinalBattle. John Ottman divulges in the "Unlimited Powers: VFX, Stunts and Set Pieces" featurette on the Blu-Ray the reason for the limitation on the character's endurance.

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** ''Film/XMenApocalypse'': Kurt Wagner's Comicbook/{{Nightcrawler}}'s energy level drains rapidly if he teleports too many people at the same time, and he's inert for part of the FinalBattle. John Ottman divulges in the "Unlimited Powers: VFX, Stunts and Set Pieces" featurette on the Blu-Ray the reason for the limitation on the character's endurance.



** Quicksilver's SuperSpeed is great enough that he can travel across countries in a few days at least, and everyone around him appears to be standing still while he's running in a fight. He would have been problematic to write around for future films, such as the below mentioned ''Civil War'', so it's a silent blessing for the writers that he dies in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron''.

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** Quicksilver's Comicbook/{{Quicksilver}}'s SuperSpeed is great enough that he can travel across countries in a few days at least, and everyone around him appears to be standing still while he's running in a fight. He would have been problematic to write around for future films, such as the below mentioned ''Civil War'', so it's a silent blessing for the writers that he dies in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron''.
21st Sep '17 1:09:34 PM comicwriter
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** According to WordOfGod, this is a major reason both Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk and [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] were excluded from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. They're so much more powerful than most of the other heroes that they'd tilt the balance of power ridiculously in favor of whichever team they ended up on. For some reason, the Vision and the Scarlet Witch weren't given similar treatment, though it would've been harder find a plausible reason to keep them away and putting them on opposite sides allowed them to pretty much cancel each other out.

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** According to WordOfGod, this is a major reason both Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk and [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] were excluded from ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''. They're so much more powerful than most of the other heroes that they'd tilt the balance of power ridiculously in favor of whichever team they ended up on. For some reason, Comicbook/TheVision is also used very sparingly during the Vision and the Scarlet Witch weren't given similar treatment, though it would've been harder find a plausible reason to keep them away and putting them on opposite sides allowed them to pretty airport fight scene, not doing much cancel each other out.until the end of the battle.
16th Sep '17 4:45:56 PM BillyMT
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** The title character of ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork''. Due to his [[BrainUploading nature]], it is implied that if he were to have access to his full potential, he'd be the most powerful entity on the planet. [[spoiler:Demonstrated very clearly in the fifth game where he briefly ascends to this level and destroys the final boss [[MadeOfEvil (the manifestation of humanity's evil)]] with a wave of his hand.]]
** X has unlimited potential. The attempted reboot of his series, ''VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX'', has Dr. Light state that X can evolve as he fights, explaining how he retains certain powers and upgrades between games. The only reason he has problems in battle is his kindness causes him to hold back.

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** The title character of ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork''. Due to his [[BrainUploading nature]], it is implied that if he were to have access to his full potential, he'd be the most powerful entity on the planet. [[spoiler:Demonstrated very clearly in the fifth game where he briefly ascends to this level and destroys the final boss [[MadeOfEvil (the manifestation of humanity's evil)]] with a wave of his hand.]]
]] However, the data size of ''a human soul'' and all of its potential is so massive that Lan's PET, despise being custom-made and constantly upgraded to deal with such a strain, can barely execute it for more than a few seconds, supposedly to avoid ExplosiveOverclocking and taking Mega Man with it.
** X has unlimited potential. The attempted reboot of his series, ''VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX'', has Dr. Light state that X can evolve as he fights, explaining how he retains certain powers and upgrades between games. The only reason he has problems in battle is his kindness causes causing him to hold back.back, and [[WarIsHell his awful experiences with the robotic battlefield]] makes him supress his full power even harder by the minute.
14th Sep '17 1:17:39 PM Vir
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* ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'' ended with Elizabeth becoming [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] and unlocking the full scope of her [[RealityWarper Reality Warping]] powers. While this worked for the main storyline, it caused major problems for the ''Burial At Sea'' DLC, the second episode of which has Elizabeth as the main character, as it meant the writers had to find a way to write a compelling story about a protagonist who is effectively unbeatable and who's opponents are, at best, {{Badass Normal}}s. The DLC begins with Elizabeth being awkwardly BroughtDownToNormal and eventually it's revealed that [[spoiler: the whole thing was one long ThanatosGambit planned out by the omnipotent Elizabeth before she lost her powers]]. Fans ''still'' argue over whether she had to be given the IdiotBall to get the plot to work.

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* ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'' ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' ended with Elizabeth becoming [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]] and unlocking the full scope of her [[RealityWarper Reality Warping]] powers. While this worked for the main storyline, it caused major problems for the ''Burial At Sea'' DLC, the second episode of which has Elizabeth as the main character, as it meant the writers had to find a way to write a compelling story about a protagonist who is effectively unbeatable and who's opponents are, at best, {{Badass Normal}}s. The DLC begins with Elizabeth being awkwardly BroughtDownToNormal and eventually it's revealed that [[spoiler: the whole thing was one long ThanatosGambit planned out by the omnipotent Elizabeth before she lost her powers]]. Fans ''still'' argue over whether she had to be given the IdiotBall to get the plot to work.
22nd Aug '17 4:05:02 AM Khathi
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* In ''Literature/{{Honorverse}}'' there's the infamous Grav Lance a very short-ranged, but ''ridiculously'' overpowered OneHitKill weapon that easily shrugs off any possible DeflectorShields and oneshots even the heaviest {{Mighty Glacier}}s of a ship, which with a careful application might as well become a "Press X to win" thing. Unfortunately, all this was completely unintended, as all the implication were understood by the author only after his carefully planned LensmanArmsRace with its several GameChanger innovations laid the groundwork for a Grav Lance to shine. So, after [[RetGone Ret Gonning]] it to the hell and back, Weber simply hopes that the fans would let it go.
16th Aug '17 11:53:42 AM MBG
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** This trope is the main reasoning behind the CharacterTiers in most editions: not pure power, but the ability to just completely invalidate entire storylines planned by the DM without even trying. A barbarian might be able to kill the BigBad in one hit, but he still has to get there. Meanwhile, journey across dangerous land? Teleport. Murder mystery? Raise Dead. Find the traitor? Detect Thoughts. Stop a plague? Remove Disease. Low on funds? Fabricate. Foil an assassination? Magnificent Mansion. Learn the BigBad's weakness? Legend Lore. Interrogate someone? Charm Person. Hold off an invading army? More spells than can be named. These can be planned around by the DM - for instance, declaring that the place the party needs to go to has some kind of magic that makes teleporting unreliable - but that's still a deliberate effort being made just so the plot can work, and the DM has to take all the spells the character has learned and might learn into account. The definition of Tier 1 is a character who has the potential to learn or at least duplicate pretty much ''every'' spell and switch them out regularly, meaning the DM has to pay specific attention to the character's daily loadout just to make sure they don't accidentally skip a third of the adventure.
5th Aug '17 6:45:24 PM DarkHunter
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* The''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'':

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*** [[EldritchAbomination The "TYPES"]]..to make a long story short, the one who created Arcueid is one of those (TYPE-Moon), and it can do everything Arcueid can do, if not more. Luckily, they don't contribute much to the plot- up until ''Literature/AngelNotes'', that is, where a whole bunch of them come to Earth to wipe out humanity, something which it is believed even one of them on their own could accomplish.

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*** [[EldritchAbomination The "TYPES"]].."TYPES"]]... to make a long story short, the one being who created Arcueid is one of those (TYPE-Moon), and it can do everything Arcueid can do, if not more.more. Another, TYPE-Mercury, is stated to be one of two beings tied for the position of "abel to kill all of humanity faster than anything else in existence", though it is fortunately fast asleep and isn't expected to wake up for a few thousand years. Luckily, they don't contribute much to the plot- up until ''Literature/AngelNotes'', that is, where a whole bunch of them come to Earth to wipe out humanity, something which it is believed even one of them on their own could accomplish.
5th Aug '17 6:43:02 PM DarkHunter
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* From ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'', we have Gilgamesh of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''. As [[OlderIsBetter the oldest surviving heroic legend]], when summoned as a Servant he is freakishly overpowering. His [[PocketDimension Gate Of Babylon]] has the original versions of '''everything''' recorded in legends (that's not created by somebody who came after him), including [[CoolSword legendary weapons]], [[CrazyAwesome starships created by the gods]], and even [[MundaneUtility supernatural wine]]. [[StormOfBlades Oh, and all of which can be fired]] at Mach speeds. Theoretically, he could defeat anyone in seconds flat since [[LogicalWeakness he has the weapons needed to exploit the weakness of just about every opponent]]. If all that fails, his original weapon, [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ea]], can ''[[EarthShatteringKaboom destroy entire planets with one swing]]''. He is, however, held back by his [[{{Pride}} galaxy-sized ego]], [[DramaPreservingHandicap preventing him from ever fighting seriously]], [[TheFightingNarcissist thinking his foes to be 'unworthy' of his true strength]]. Gilgamesh is so powerful that the number of things in the ''whole franchise'' that are stronger than him can be counted down to one hand.
** Ironically, this is exactly the reason he loses to [[spoiler: Shirou]] in the ''Unlimited Blade Works'' anime. Gilgamesh relies so much on having the best possible weapon for any situation that he doesn't know how to actually ''use'' any of his massive arsenal. When he's finally forced to go mano-a-mano, his swordsmanship is average at best, and even when he pulls out Ea [[spoiler: he's so slow on the draw that Shiro [[AnArmAndALeg literally]] disarms him before he can swing it]]. Granted, [[VideoGame/FateExtra other]] [[VideoGame/FateExtella material]] has shown he can handle himself competently in melee if he's forced into it, but if an opponent is good enough to get past that hail of weapons, they've usually got the fight in the bag if he's not already anticipating it.
* Also from ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'', the series ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' has a few:
** Thanks to his [[MagicalEye Mystic Eyes of Death Perception]], Shiki [[OneHitKill kills things in one hit]]. Period. No matter what, [[RealityWarper if you have a concept of death, he can kill you]]. The limiter factor he has during the story is A. [[LockedOutOfTheLoop no one tells him what he needs to know]], B. [[ThouShaltNotKill he thinks killing is wrong]], C. initially he can't fight properly unless [[SuperpoweredEvilSide put in Nanaya mode]], D. [[HeroicRROD overuse will implode his mind]] since a human mind [[BrownNote can not continously perceive death]]. Also he has a nasty scar that likes bleeding and making him pass out. All of these (except for D) are essentially dealt with by the end of the story, so the sequels so far have given him opponents that he ''can't'' [[WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer simply kill, even if he could beat them.]]

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* From ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'', we have Gilgamesh The''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'':
** ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'':
*** Gilgamesh, the King
of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''.Heroes. As [[OlderIsBetter the oldest surviving heroic legend]], when summoned as a Servant he is freakishly overpowering. His [[PocketDimension Gate Of Babylon]] has the original versions of '''everything''' recorded in legends (that's not created by somebody who came after him), including [[CoolSword legendary weapons]], [[CrazyAwesome starships created by the gods]], and even [[MundaneUtility supernatural wine]]. [[StormOfBlades Oh, and all of which can be fired]] at Mach speeds. Theoretically, he could defeat anyone in seconds flat since [[LogicalWeakness he has the weapons needed to exploit the weakness of just about every opponent]]. If all that fails, his original weapon, [[InfinityPlusOneSword Ea]], can ''[[EarthShatteringKaboom destroy entire planets with one swing]]''. He is, however, held back by his [[{{Pride}} galaxy-sized ego]], [[DramaPreservingHandicap preventing him from ever fighting seriously]], [[TheFightingNarcissist thinking his foes to be 'unworthy' of his true strength]]. Gilgamesh is so powerful that the number of things in the ''whole franchise'' that are stronger than him can be counted down to one hand.
** *** Ironically, this is exactly the reason he loses to [[spoiler: Shirou]] in the ''Unlimited Blade Works'' anime. Gilgamesh relies so much on having the best possible weapon for any situation that he doesn't know how to actually ''use'' any of his massive arsenal. When he's finally forced to go mano-a-mano, his swordsmanship is average at best, and even when he pulls out Ea [[spoiler: he's so slow on the draw that Shiro [[AnArmAndALeg literally]] disarms him before he can swing it]]. Granted, [[VideoGame/FateExtra other]] [[VideoGame/FateExtella material]] has shown he can handle himself competently in melee if he's forced into it, but if an opponent is good enough to get past that hail of weapons, they've usually got the fight in the bag if he's not already anticipating it.
* Also *** ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha'' has Karna, the hero of Literature/{{Mahabharata}},. Stated to be Gilgamesh's equal, the man possesses Kavacha and Kandala, armor and earrings forged by gods, that reduce ''all'' damage: physical, magical or even [[RealityWarper conceptual]], to 1/10 of its original value, and that's ''before'' taking into account their natural defense, [[NighInvulnerability making him all-but completely immortal]]. Offensively, he "only" possesses the [[PowerOfTheSun Brahmanstra Kundala]], magical flames that can take the form of any weapon (but preferably a projectile- like a spear). If fired, it will [[AlwaysAccurateAttack pursue its targets to the ends of the Earth]] and will cause a [[FantasticNuke destruction that levels]] ''[[FantasticNuke countries]]''. On top of that he also has [[InfinityPlusOneSword Vasavi Shakti]], which [[AwesomeButImpractical requires him to trade away his defenses]], but gives him a single-use of an '''[[KillTheGod anti-god]]''' spear powerful enough to kill even [[PhysicalGod Divine Spirits]] with ease (something Ea apparently can't do). Karna is also [[LivingLieDetector unable to be physically deceived and sees through the personality of anybody he meets]]. The only reason the story hasn't even ended in the first volume is because he consumes a ''massive'' amount of [[{{Mana}} prana]] from ''Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}'', the series his Master, so he can't go all out. For now.
**
''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' has a few:
** *** Thanks to his [[MagicalEye Mystic Eyes of Death Perception]], Shiki [[OneHitKill kills things in one hit]]. Period. No matter what, [[RealityWarper if you have a concept of death, he can kill you]]. The limiter factor he has during the story is A. [[LockedOutOfTheLoop no one tells him what he needs to know]], B. [[ThouShaltNotKill he thinks killing is wrong]], C. initially he can't fight properly unless [[SuperpoweredEvilSide put in Nanaya mode]], D. [[HeroicRROD overuse will implode his mind]] since a human mind [[BrownNote can not continously perceive death]]. Also he has a nasty scar that likes bleeding and making him pass out. All of these (except for D) are essentially dealt with by the end of the story, so the sequels so far have given him opponents that he ''can't'' [[WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer simply kill, even if he could beat them.]]



** A fully powered Arcueid is one of the most powerful beings in all of Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}. Just to give an insight to just how ridiculously powerful she is, she is even stronger than the above-mentioned Gilgamesh, even at his full power. Even with 70% of her power suppressed, she is strong even for [[OurVampiresAreDifferent True Ancestors]] standards, with [[NighInvulnerability the ability to exist as a spirit and create a new body for herself]] after killed DeaderThanDead by Shiki above, and Marble Phantasm - which via a combination of [[RealityWarper reality-warping & causality manipulation]] can recreate ''any'' kind of phenomena, including ''[[ColonyDrop dropping the Moon on her enemies]]'', [[spoiler:and in her [[OneWingedAngel ARCHETYPE-Earth form]] she has no concept of death, meaning one needs to reality-warp her to oblivion to defeat her]].
* Other examples from {{Franchise/Nasuverse}}:
** The original Ryougi Shiki's version of Mystic Eyes of Death Perception, from ''LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai'' where she can "kill" pretty much anything - magic, emotions, ghosts, living people, etc. - and her powers work through projectiles, which just screams for a sniper rifle. [[spoiler:And she has an alternate personality that is [[TheOmnipotent absolutely omnipotent]]. Luckily for the sake of the plot, [[AllPowerfulBystander it doesn't bother to do anything]]]].
** Karna, the hero of Literature/{{Mahabharata}}, from ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha''. Stated to be Gilgamesh's equal, the man possesses Kavacha and Kandala, armor and earrings forged by gods, that reduce ''all'' damage: physical, magical or even [[RealityWarper conceptual]], to 1/10 of its original value, and that's ''before'' taking into account their natural defense, [[NighInvulnerability making him all-but completely immortal]]. Offensively, he "only" possesses the [[PowerOfTheSun Brahmanstra Kundala]], magical flames that can take the form of any weapon (but preferably a projectile- like a spear). If fired, it will [[AlwaysAccurateAttack pursue its targets to the ends of the Earth]] and will cause a [[FantasticNuke destruction that levels]] ''[[FantasticNuke countries]]''. On top of that he also has [[InfinityPlusOneSword Vasavi Shakti]], which [[AwesomeButImpractical requires him to trade away his defenses]], but gives him a single-use of an '''[[KillTheGod anti-god]]''' spear powerful enough to kill even [[PhysicalGod Divine Spirits]] with ease (something Ea apparently can't do). Karna is also [[LivingLieDetector unable to be physically deceived and sees through the personality of anybody he meets]]. The only reason the story hasn't even ended in the first volume is because he consumes a ''massive'' amount of [[{{Mana}} prana]] from his Master, so he can't go all out. For now.
** [[EldritchAbomination The "TYPES"]]..to make a long story short, the one who created Arcueid is one of those (TYPE-Moon), and it can do everything Arcueid can do, if not more. Luckily, they don't contribute much to the plot- up until ''Literature/AngelNotes'', that is, where a whole bunch of them come to Earth to wipe out humanity. The only reason humanity can even ''survive'' is...
** Thanks to the WorldsStrongestMan, Ado Edem. He possesses an ability called "Slash Emperor" where he creates [[{{BFS}} a titanic sword]] capable of [[RealityWarper cutting through realities]] like a hot knife through a butter. It can ''[[CurbStompBattle one-shot]]'' even the TYPES, and in the story Ado Edem defeated TYPE-Jupiter and TYPE-Saturn without breaking a sweat. The tradeoff is that Slash Emperor consumes raw material to transform into power: when Ado Edem used it against TYPE-Jupiter, he also created an immense gash in the Earth's crust crossing the entirety of North America.

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** *** A fully powered Arcueid is one of the most powerful beings in all of Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}. Just to give an insight to just how ridiculously powerful she is, she is even stronger than the above-mentioned Gilgamesh, even at his full power. Even with 70% of her power suppressed, she is strong even for [[OurVampiresAreDifferent True Ancestors]] standards, with [[NighInvulnerability the ability to exist as a spirit and create a new body for herself]] after killed DeaderThanDead by Shiki above, and Marble Phantasm - which via a combination of [[RealityWarper reality-warping & causality manipulation]] can recreate ''any'' kind of phenomena, including ''[[ColonyDrop dropping the Moon on her enemies]]'', [[spoiler:and in her [[OneWingedAngel ARCHETYPE-Earth form]] she has no concept of death, meaning one needs to reality-warp her to oblivion to defeat her]].
* Other examples from {{Franchise/Nasuverse}}:
** The ''LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai'': the original Ryougi Shiki's version of Mystic Eyes of Death Perception, from ''LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai'' where she can "kill" pretty much anything - magic, emotions, ghosts, living people, etc. - and her powers work through projectiles, which just screams for a sniper rifle. [[spoiler:And she has an alternate personality that is [[TheOmnipotent absolutely omnipotent]]. Luckily for the sake of the plot, [[AllPowerfulBystander it doesn't bother to do anything]]]].
** Karna, the hero of Literature/{{Mahabharata}}, from ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha''. Stated to be Gilgamesh's equal, the man possesses Kavacha and Kandala, armor and earrings forged by gods, that reduce ''all'' damage: physical, magical or even [[RealityWarper conceptual]], to 1/10 of its original value, and that's ''before'' taking into account their natural defense, [[NighInvulnerability making him all-but completely immortal]]. Offensively, he "only" possesses the [[PowerOfTheSun Brahmanstra Kundala]], magical flames that can take the form of any weapon (but preferably a projectile- like a spear). If fired, it will [[AlwaysAccurateAttack pursue its targets to the ends of the Earth]] and will cause a [[FantasticNuke destruction that levels]] ''[[FantasticNuke countries]]''. On top of that he also has [[InfinityPlusOneSword Vasavi Shakti]], which [[AwesomeButImpractical requires him to trade away his defenses]], but gives him a single-use of an '''[[KillTheGod anti-god]]''' spear powerful enough to kill even [[PhysicalGod Divine Spirits]] with ease (something Ea apparently can't do). Karna is also [[LivingLieDetector unable to be physically deceived and sees through the personality of anybody he meets]]. The only reason the story hasn't even ended in the first volume is because he consumes a ''massive'' amount of [[{{Mana}} prana]] from his Master, so he can't go all out. For now.
**
''Literature/AngelNotes'':
***
[[EldritchAbomination The "TYPES"]]..to make a long story short, the one who created Arcueid is one of those (TYPE-Moon), and it can do everything Arcueid can do, if not more. Luckily, they don't contribute much to the plot- up until ''Literature/AngelNotes'', that is, where a whole bunch of them come to Earth to wipe out humanity. The only reason humanity can humanity, something which it is believed even ''survive'' is...
** Thanks to the
one of them on their own could accomplish.
*** The
WorldsStrongestMan, Ado Edem. He possesses an ability called "Slash Emperor" where he creates [[{{BFS}} a titanic sword]] capable of [[RealityWarper cutting through realities]] like a hot knife through a butter. It can ''[[CurbStompBattle one-shot]]'' even the TYPES, and in the story Ado Edem defeated TYPE-Jupiter and TYPE-Saturn without breaking a sweat. The tradeoff is that Slash Emperor consumes raw material to transform into power: when Ado Edem used it against TYPE-Jupiter, he also created an immense gash in the Earth's crust crossing the entirety of North America.
5th Aug '17 6:38:13 PM DarkHunter
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** Thanks to the WorldsStrongestMan, Ado Edem. He possesses an ability called "Slash Emperor" where he creates [[{{BFS}} a titanic sword]] capable of [[RealityWarper cutting through realities]] like a hot knife through a butter. It can ''[[CurbStompBattle one-shot]]'' even the TYPES, and in the story Ado Edem defeated TYPE-Jupiter and TYPE-Saturn without breaking a sweat.

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** Thanks to the WorldsStrongestMan, Ado Edem. He possesses an ability called "Slash Emperor" where he creates [[{{BFS}} a titanic sword]] capable of [[RealityWarper cutting through realities]] like a hot knife through a butter. It can ''[[CurbStompBattle one-shot]]'' even the TYPES, and in the story Ado Edem defeated TYPE-Jupiter and TYPE-Saturn without breaking a sweat. The tradeoff is that Slash Emperor consumes raw material to transform into power: when Ado Edem used it against TYPE-Jupiter, he also created an immense gash in the Earth's crust crossing the entirety of North America.
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