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20th Jul '17 5:30:45 AM Nyame
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** Including the Earth-35 residents, Kara Danvers/Supergirl is the most powerful hero; when the various heroes team up she easily curb stomps everyone in training, and in her Season 2 finale she battles her cousin, Superman, after he's brainwashed, and he admits after he was fighting at full strength and she still managed to beat him ([[SoProudOfYou something he's actually happy about]]). However, this is largely because the ''actual'' most powerful hero...

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** Including the Earth-35 Earth-38 residents, Kara Danvers/Supergirl is the most powerful hero; when the various heroes team up she easily curb stomps everyone (except Barry) in training, and in when she herself is brainwashed by the Dominators, only Barry could fight her on even ground, and even then he couldn't do anything to actually harm her (the only technique he had that possibly could, the lightning throw, she ''tanked''). In her Season 2 finale she battles her cousin, Superman, after he's brainwashed, and he admits after he was fighting at full strength and she still managed to beat him ([[SoProudOfYou something he's actually happy about]]). However, this is largely because the ''actual'' most powerful hero...
15th Jul '17 10:28:05 AM MasterHero
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* In ''LightNovel/DateALive'', Ellen Mira Mathers has the title "The World's Strongest Wizard." Partially subverted, she's ''very'' [[ArrogantKungFuGuy arrogant about her title]] and turns into a SoreLoser at any perceived failure, like if someone she is [[CurbStompBattle curb-stomping]] manages to escape, not to mention her opponent is a sealed Spirit.
11th Jul '17 10:27:48 PM SirPellucidar
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** His on-camera feats include hitting a golf ball 300,003 feet, pushing a house to the left an inch (he wanted to knock it over, but he had strained a muscle earlier while lifting a brassiere emporium), rolling a bowling ball from whatever state Wellsville is in into Canada, skipping a stone on ''Neptune'', and leaping across the city in a single jump.

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** His on-camera feats include hitting a golf ball 300,003 feet, yards, pushing a house to the left an inch (he wanted to knock it over, but he had strained a muscle earlier while lifting a brassiere emporium), rolling a bowling ball from whatever state Wellsville is in into Canada, skipping a stone on ''Neptune'', and leaping across the city in a single jump.
30th Jun '17 8:00:57 PM ablackraptor
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* ''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'': While Oliver Queen is the WorldsBestWarrior, Barry Allen is the most powerful superhero in all of Earth-1 -- bar none -- and potentially the most powerful character in all of the Arrowverse. During the "Invasion!" crossover, after several of the other heroes were brainwashed by the Dominators, Barry took out Heatwave, Atom ''and'' Firestorm with relative ease and was able to go toe-to-toe with Earth-38's Supergirl, whose own strength outstripped every other single hero on Earth-1 besides Barry. [[spoiler:This is only further reinforced when it's revealed that Savitar, by far the most powerful speedster/character ever introduced to the franchise, is actually an evil future version of Barry, confirming that regardless of how fast other speedsters get, Barry Allen will always be the true fastest man alive in the end]].

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* ''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'': While Oliver Queen is Played with in regards to the WorldsBestWarrior, heroes, as there's three contenders:
** In the main universe alone,
Barry Allen is likely this, as of at least season 3; thanks to the applications of SuperSpeed Barry is probably the most powerful being on the side of good. However, its said that Barry's protege Wally is actually faster than him, but lacks his experience and his ability to use his speed effectively is still developing, so he's more of a GlassCannon compared to Barry. Other speedsters like Thawne, Zoom, and Savitar (the latter of which [[spoiler:eventually turns out to ''be'' Barry's evil future self]]) are often introduced as being more powerful than Barry, but usually because of some cheat[[note]]Thawne had enhanced his Speed Force connection through science to give him an edge, Zoom abused the drug Velocity-9 which increased his body's Speed Force, and Savitar was initially part of the Speed Force itself when introduced, and once separated from it had a NighInvulnerable suit of future armour to make him stronger[[/note]] and once things are evened, Barry is about even.
** Including the Earth-35 residents, Kara Danvers/Supergirl
is the most powerful superhero hero; when the various heroes team up she easily curb stomps everyone in all of Earth-1 -- bar none -- training, and potentially in her Season 2 finale she battles her cousin, Superman, after he's brainwashed, and he admits after he was fighting at full strength and she still managed to beat him ([[SoProudOfYou something he's actually happy about]]). However, this is largely because the ''actual'' most powerful hero...
** [[MartianManhunter J'onn Jonzz]], who Clark previously identifies as
the most powerful character in all of being on the Arrowverse. During planet, is often forced to step aside thanks to some plot convenience as he's simply ''too powerful''[[note]]Kryptonians like Clark and Kara went through AdaptationalWimp and lack the "Invasion!" crossover, full power of their comic book counterparts; J'onn, however, didn't[[/note]], and the few times we see him fight, he's often holding back or about to fall victim to TheWorfEffect. When we see him fight ''without'' holding back however, he utterly curbstomps Kara in seconds, and after several of the other heroes were brainwashed by the Dominators, Barry took out Heatwave, Atom ''and'' Firestorm being infected with relative ease and was able to go toe-to-toe with Earth-38's Supergirl, whose own strength outstripped every other single hero on Earth-1 besides Barry. [[spoiler:This is only further reinforced when it's revealed that Savitar, by far White Martian blood, he easily overpowers the most powerful speedster/character ever introduced to the franchise, is actually an evil future version Cyborg Superman, who had previously been shown capable of Barry, confirming that regardless of how fast other speedsters get, Barry Allen will always be the true fastest man alive in the end]].beating Kara unconscious.

25th Jun '17 7:02:17 AM Megadoomer
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* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Zeref is regarded as the most powerful human wizard in history. The only stronger being in existence is Acnologia, [[spoiler:a Dragon Slayer who slew and absorbed the souls of countless dragons and can turn into one at will, so calling him "human" would be a stretch -- he doesn't even consider himself human anymore anyway.]]

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* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Zeref is regarded as the most powerful human wizard in history. The only stronger being in existence is Acnologia, [[spoiler:a Dragon Slayer who slew and absorbed the souls of countless dragons and can turn into one at will, so calling him "human" would be a stretch -- he doesn't even consider himself human anymore anyway. Even though Zeref is [[CompleteImmortality immortal]], he is ''terrified'' of Acnologia, fearing that Acnologia would spend an eternity torturing him and the similarly-cursed Mavis, and he feels that his only option is to reset time in order to prevent Acnologia from existing and undo his own evil actions.]]
4th Jun '17 2:03:46 PM Prometheus117
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** Gohan. At the end of the Cell Saga, he becomes the strongest character after becoming a Super Saiyan 2. By the end of the Buu arc, he was the strongest unfused character after Old Kai unlocked his full power. However, [[BrilliantButLazy he falls behind both times because he lacks the dedication to train unlike his father and Vegeta]] and is more interested in academics than fighting. By the time of ''Resurrection 'F''' he can only go up to a base Super Saiyan.

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** Gohan. At the end of the Cell Saga, he becomes the strongest character after becoming a Super Saiyan 2. By the end of the Buu arc, he was the strongest unfused character after Old Kai unlocked his full power. However, [[BrilliantButLazy he falls behind both times because he lacks the dedication to train unlike his father and Vegeta]] and is more interested in academics than fighting. By the time of ''Resurrection 'F''' he can only go up to a base Super Saiyan.Saiyan, and his poor performance during that time and the universe being in danger ''[[TheWorldIsAlwaysDoomed again]]'' causes him to start training again.
** Frieza, at the time of his introduction, was the most powerful living mortal in the universe when everything stronger was a god, dead and training in the afterlife, or sealed away. Defeating him was akin to taking on a god in and of itself, and it took fulfilling an ancient prophecy of the Saiyan race to achieve.
4th Jun '17 8:01:41 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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Almost certainly has at least TheStrengthOfTenMen. Likely to be seen with [[NonIronicClown clowns]], {{contortionist}}s and {{circus brat}}s. Often billed side-by-side with TheFreakshow. May overlap with WorldsBestWarrior, although "best warrior" doesn't necessarily mean "strongest." WorldsMostBeautifulWoman might be an arguable DistaffCounterpart, because MenAreStrongWomenArePretty. See also TheGreatestStyle, for a fighting or competition method which is better than all the others.

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Almost certainly has at least TheStrengthOfTenMen. Likely to be seen with [[NonIronicClown clowns]], {{contortionist}}s and {{contortionist}}s, {{circus brat}}s.brat}}s and GirlsWithMustaches. Often billed side-by-side with TheFreakshow. May overlap with WorldsBestWarrior, although "best warrior" doesn't necessarily mean "strongest." WorldsMostBeautifulWoman might be an arguable DistaffCounterpart, because MenAreStrongWomenArePretty. See also TheGreatestStyle, for a fighting or competition method which is better than all the others.
29th May '17 11:38:54 PM Discar
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'': Humanity has only had [[MagicByAnyOtherName biotics]] for a generation and some spare change, so not only are human biotics exceptionally rare, but they're pretty weak compared to the other species that have them. Cora Harper is the most powerful human biotic in existence, to the point that she was able to toss cars around even without [[AmplifierArtifact a biotic amplifier]]. She ended up being not-quite thrown out of the human military because she was simply too powerful for them to deal with, and was sent to join the asari huntresses. The huntresses are the greatest biotics in the galaxy (''every'' asari is a biotic, and the huntresses are their elite units), but Cora was able to keep up with them, and graduated from their training with honors.
18th May '17 5:13:07 AM Anddrix
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* ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'': While Oliver Queen is the WorldsBestWarrior, Barry Allen is the most powerful superhero in all of Earth-1 -- bar none -- and potentially the most powerful character in all of the Arrowverse. During the "Invasion!" crossover, after several of the other heroes were brainwashed by the Dominators, Barry took out Heatwave, Atom ''and'' Firestorm with relative ease and was able to go toe-to-toe with Earth-38's Supergirl, whose own strength outstripped every other single hero on Earth-1 besides Barry. [[spoiler:This is only further reinforced when it's revealed that Savitar, by far the most powerful speedster/character ever introduced to the franchise, is actually an evil future version of Barry, confirming that regardless of how fast other speedsters get, Barry Allen will always be the true fastest man alive in the end]].

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* ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'': ''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'': While Oliver Queen is the WorldsBestWarrior, Barry Allen is the most powerful superhero in all of Earth-1 -- bar none -- and potentially the most powerful character in all of the Arrowverse. During the "Invasion!" crossover, after several of the other heroes were brainwashed by the Dominators, Barry took out Heatwave, Atom ''and'' Firestorm with relative ease and was able to go toe-to-toe with Earth-38's Supergirl, whose own strength outstripped every other single hero on Earth-1 besides Barry. [[spoiler:This is only further reinforced when it's revealed that Savitar, by far the most powerful speedster/character ever introduced to the franchise, is actually an evil future version of Barry, confirming that regardless of how fast other speedsters get, Barry Allen will always be the true fastest man alive in the end]].
17th May '17 8:29:36 AM babyhenchy1
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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Ser Gregor Clegane is freakishly large and strong. He stands almost eight feet tall and wields a greatsword with one hand. While mounted, he makes even the largest destrier look undersized, earning him the name "The Mountain That Rides." His abnormal dimensions apparently cause him frequent migraines that drive him into a constant state of rage. The actor who plays him in the TV adaptation is a professional strongman with an entry in the Real Life section.

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', Ser Gregor Clegane is freakishly large and strong. He stands almost eight feet tall and wields a greatsword with one hand. While mounted, he makes even the largest destrier look undersized, earning him the name "The Mountain That Rides." His abnormal dimensions apparently cause him frequent migraines that drive him into [[AxCrazy a constant state of rage.rage]]. The actor who plays him in the TV adaptation is a professional strongman with an entry in the Real Life section.
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