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9th Jul '16 11:38:33 AM SlimSkeeter
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**However, wishing events from days ago had gone differently, preventing his initial release from whatever prison he was in and thus negating any previous wishes, is fully on the table.
2nd Jul '16 10:43:43 PM NeoTerraKnight
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* In ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'', Yhwach has become this with his true power awakened with his own schrift known as "A" of "The Almighty" who can analyze the abilities before countering them by picking a possible future to make it happen and then [[spoiler:absorbing the Soul King after making Ichigo kill him against his will!]] You know you are this when [[spoiler:you can break Ichigo's Bankai in two before he can use because there was a possible future that it can happen!]]
4th Jun '16 9:18:31 AM TheTonathan100
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* Type 3: Logical Omnipotence: The character can do just about anything that's logically possible (i.e. virtual omnipotence), or at least appear to, thus making sure MagicAIsMagicA in the process. This type of omnipotence is also more frequent than the above type to have multiple characters that operate at this level. The term nigh-omnipotent is often thrown about at this level.

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* Type 3: Logical Nigh-Omnipotence/Virtual Omnipotence: The character can do just about anything that's logically possible (i.e. virtual omnipotence), or at least appear to, thus making sure MagicAIsMagicA in the process. This type of omnipotence is also more frequent than the above type to have multiple characters that operate at this level. The term nigh-omnipotent is often thrown about at this level.
3rd Jun '16 8:36:10 PM TheTonathan100
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* The character has absolute omnipotence. As in, nothing can challenge them, and they can literally do anything and everything, logic and causality be damned.
* The character is omnipotent. They can break even logic and causality to achieve anything, but there are others who can do this as well (sometimes they're TheAntiGod). What happens if they go against each other can be a massive MindScrew.
* The character can do just about anything that's logically possible (i.e. virtual omnipotence), or at least appear to, thus making sure MagicAIsMagicA in the process. This type of omnipotence is also more frequent than the above type to have multiple characters that operate at this level. The term nigh-omnipotent is often thrown about at this level.
* The character is omnipotent within a field or concept. Specialized omnipotence, if you will. {{Anthropomorphic Personification}}s are almost guaranteed to display this with the concept they embody.
* The character is "merely" an almighty being, whose power is far beyond any other in the setting. For practical purposes though, they're basically omnipotent.

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* Type 1: Absolute Omnipotence: The character has absolute omnipotence. As in, nothing can challenge them, and they can literally do anything and everything, logic and causality be damned.
* Type 2: True Omnipotence: The character is omnipotent. They can break even logic and causality to achieve anything, but there are others who can do this as well (sometimes they're TheAntiGod). What happens if they go against each other can be a massive MindScrew.
* Type 3: Logical Omnipotence: The character can do just about anything that's logically possible (i.e. virtual omnipotence), or at least appear to, thus making sure MagicAIsMagicA in the process. This type of omnipotence is also more frequent than the above type to have multiple characters that operate at this level. The term nigh-omnipotent is often thrown about at this level.
* Type 4: Specialized Omnipotence: The character is omnipotent within a field or concept. Specialized omnipotence, if you will. {{Anthropomorphic Personification}}s are almost guaranteed to display this with the concept they embody.
* Type 5: Almightiness: The character is "merely" an almighty being, whose power is far beyond any other in the setting. For practical purposes though, they're basically omnipotent.
30th May '16 8:13:04 PM Doug86
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** On the AlternateHistoryDotCom forums, the same role is filled by the term AlienSpaceBats (though this meaning is usually in the singular).

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** On the AlternateHistoryDotCom Website/AlternateHistoryDotCom forums, the same role is filled by the term AlienSpaceBats (though this meaning is usually in the singular).
4th May '16 12:45:02 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' has [[AuthorAvatar Featherine Augustus]] [[RewritingReality Aurora]], who is perfectly capable of pausing the ''plot'' of the visual novel she's in, when she wants a scene to play out a different way.

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has [[AuthorAvatar Featherine Augustus]] [[RewritingReality Aurora]], who is perfectly capable of pausing the ''plot'' of the visual novel she's in, when she wants a scene to play out a different way.
26th Apr '16 8:42:31 AM Godzillawolf
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26th Apr '16 8:41:28 AM Godzillawolf
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* Ultraman King from the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' is referred to as being almighty. So far there's been no limit to his power, with resurrecting someone who's been cut to pieces and [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping and making a moon around Belial]] being a cake walk to him.

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* Ultraman King from the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' is referred to as being almighty. So far there's been no limit to his power, with resurrecting someone who's been cut to pieces and [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping and making a moon around Belial]] being a cake walk to him. For reference, Belial is capable of curbstomping an entire army of Ultras by himself and only two normal Ultras are capable of fighting him one on one. Ultraman King only needs three moves to beat him, one of which was telekinetically throwing him into space.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Nobilis}}'': type 4. Nobles can do virtually ''anything'' within the confines of their Estate, especially if they invested heavily in Domain and Persona, which govern (respectively) your control over the raw material of your Estate, and your control over the little "[Estate]ness" dial on everything else in the world.



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* ''TabletopGame/{{Nobilis}}'': type 4. Nobles can do virtually ''anything'' within the confines of their Estate, especially if they invested heavily in Domain and Persona, which govern (respectively) your control over the raw material of your Estate, and your control over the little "[Estate]ness" dial on everything else in the world.
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19th Apr '16 9:57:49 PM Godzillawolf
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* Ultraman King from the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' is referred to as being almighty. So far there's been no clear cut limit given to his power, with resurrecting someone who's been cut to pieces and [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping and making a moon around Belial]] are a cake walk to him.

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* Ultraman King from the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' is referred to as being almighty. So far there's been no clear cut limit given to his power, with resurrecting someone who's been cut to pieces and [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping and making a moon around Belial]] are being a cake walk to him.
19th Apr '16 9:56:41 PM Godzillawolf
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* Ultraman King from the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' is referred to as being almighty. So far there's been no clear cut limit given to his power, with resurrecting someone who's been cut to pieces and [[CurbstompBattle curbstomping and making a moon around Belial]] are a cake walk to him.
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