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13th Sep '17 11:55:22 PM DeliciousFart
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** Diana is generally portrayed as the strongest woman in the DC universe. Strength relative to other heroes depends on who's writing her; she's sometimes portrayed as matching Superman's strength.

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** Though her SuperStrength was more modest in her first appearances, Diana is generally portrayed as the strongest woman in the DC universe. Strength relative to other heroes depends on who's writing her; she's sometimes portrayed as matching Superman's strength.
13th Sep '17 11:53:46 PM DeliciousFart
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** Diana is generally portrayed as the strongest woman in the DC universe. Depending on who's writing her, she's sometimes portrayed as matching Superman's strength.

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** Diana is generally portrayed as the strongest woman in the DC universe. Depending Strength relative to other heroes depends on who's writing her, her; she's sometimes portrayed as matching Superman's strength.
13th Sep '17 11:52:35 PM DeliciousFart
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** Diana is generally portrayed as the strongest woman in the DC universe. Depending on who's writing her, she's sometimes described as second only to Superman in terms of strength.
** Though FridgeLogic suggests that if she's not as strong as Superman, she might not be as strong as ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} or ComicBook/PowerGirl either. She's certainly not as tough as the latter two as they don't have to dodge or block bullets like she does.

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** Diana is generally portrayed as the strongest woman in the DC universe. Depending on who's writing her, she's sometimes described portrayed as second only to Superman in terms of matching Superman's strength.
** Though FridgeLogic suggests that if she's not as strong as Superman, Superman in terms of invulnerability, she might not be as strong as ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} or ComicBook/PowerGirl either. She's certainly not as tough as the latter two as they don't have to dodge or block bullets like she does.
12th Sep '17 1:04:20 PM DaibhidC
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* Mr. Strong of ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'' fame.

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* Mr. Strong of ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'' ''Literature/MrMen'' fame.
29th Aug '17 6:54:11 PM nombretomado
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* [[AgonyBooth Mr. Mendo]], though he's only "The Internet's Strongest Man".

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* [[AgonyBooth [[Website/AgonyBooth Mr. Mendo]], though he's only "The Internet's Strongest Man".
26th Aug '17 11:46:10 PM thatother1dude
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** [[spoiler:Amon/Noatak is arguably the strongest non-Avatar bender in the ''entire franchise''. He was a prodigy waterbender and bloodbender, mastering his father's psychic bloodbending at the tender age of fourteen, and ''never'' lost an onscreen fight.]]

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** [[spoiler:Amon/Noatak [[spoiler:Amon/Noatak]] is arguably the strongest non-Avatar bender in the ''entire franchise''. He [[spoiler:He was a prodigy waterbender and bloodbender, mastering his father's psychic bloodbending at the tender age of fourteen, and ''never'' lost an onscreen fight.]]
24th Aug '17 12:48:14 AM tv1995
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* Sesshomaru from ''Manga/InuYasha'' is the world's strongest demon. The only demons shown to be on his level of strength are the BigBad Naraku, whose powers stem solely from absorbing other demons and the Shikon no Tama, instead of himself, the demon that was sealed inside the Shikon no Tama, and Magatsuhi, the evil spirit of said Jewel. Sesshomaru kicks Magatsuhi's ''ass'' the moment he gains his very own InfinityPlusOneSword (one of the most powerful weapons in the story). The abilities of said sword ''also'' happen to be the perfect counter to Naraku's FromASingleCell regeneration.

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* Sesshomaru from ''Manga/InuYasha'' is the world's strongest demon.demon (alive because their father was said to be far more so). The only demons shown to be on his level of strength are the BigBad Naraku, whose powers stem solely from absorbing other demons and the Shikon no Tama, instead of himself, the demon that was sealed inside the Shikon no Tama, and Magatsuhi, the evil spirit of said Jewel. Sesshomaru kicks Magatsuhi's ''ass'' the moment he gains his very own InfinityPlusOneSword (one of the most powerful weapons in the story). The abilities of said sword ''also'' happen to be the perfect counter to Naraku's FromASingleCell regeneration. His training comes from his desire to follow in the legacy of his and Inuyasha's powerful yokai father who no one stood a chance towards.
14th Aug '17 7:32:59 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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** Among plain human beings, the mightiest to ever live was Hurin Thalion, who was curiously very short, much shorter than his father, wife and son. Still, he had the strength to slay Melkor's trolls in single motion and the toughness to endure the caustic blood of theirs that eventually [[WreckedWeapon ate away at the ax he was using]], making him the SoleSurvivor when the Sons of Hador made their LastStand against Melkor's army.

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** Among plain human beings, the mightiest to ever live was Hurin Thalion, who was curiously very short, much shorter than his father, wife and son. Still, he had the strength to slay Melkor's trolls in single motion motions and the toughness to endure the caustic blood of theirs that eventually [[WreckedWeapon ate away at the ax he was using]], making him the SoleSurvivor when the Sons of Hador made their LastStand against Melkor's army.
14th Aug '17 7:31:27 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Melkor is the mightiest being on the world in ''The Silmarillion'', able to wage war against all the other Valar, the collectively the mightiest beings on the world, all at once, by himself, and win until Tulkas descended upon the planet. Tulkas is an interesting case, as he isn't even the third mightiest Valar, but he is the physically strongest. Melkor can manipulate temperature, ice, fire, anything shrouded in darkness, the darkness itself, create powerful storms, change beings more to his likeness, but if Tulkas gets his hands on Melkor there isn't anything Melkor can do about it. What's more, Melkor became something of a dirty coward after Tulkas proved he was beatable and Tulkas is also the fastest of the Valar, so an instant of Melkor cowering rather than acting is enough for Tulkas to beat him again. Outside of the ancient beings from before the world, Feanor was the mightiest who ever lived, [[spoiler:but he gets himself killed making war on Melkor.]]

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* ''The Silmarillion''
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Melkor is the mightiest being on the world in ''The Silmarillion'', world, able to wage war against all the other Valar, the collectively the mightiest beings on the world, world who are capable of breaking apart and remaking EA at will, all at once, by himself, and win was winning until Tulkas descended upon the planet. Even after Melkor is literally evicted from the planet his will lingers, sowing discord among its creatures until the end of days.
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Tulkas is an interesting case, as he isn't even the third mightiest Valar, but he is the physically strongest. Melkor can manipulate temperature, ice, fire, anything shrouded in darkness, the darkness itself, create powerful storms, change beings more to his likeness, create deadly plagues but if Tulkas gets his hands on Melkor there isn't anything Melkor can do about it. What's more, Melkor became something of a dirty coward {{dirty coward}} after Tulkas proved he was beatable and Tulkas is also the fastest of the Valar, so an instant of Melkor cowering rather than acting is enough for Tulkas to beat him again. What's more, every Valar needs to rest after using their super powers or their might will start to diminish, every Valar ''except'' Tulkas, who never tires. This is part of Melkor's doing, as he doesn't physically tire, and so continually wreaks havok in the world without allowing his might to recover, the only times he rests being when the rest of the Valar bind him, blind him and leave him in solitary confinement.
** If Ungoliant, [[DiabolusExNihilo a being shrouded in mystery]] from PartsUnknown, did not surpass Melkor as the mightiest being on the world as his might diminished, she did when she drained the life and light of {{the world tree}}s and transformed from the shape of a GiantSpider to one [[YouCannotGraspTheTrueForm defying description]]. However, like Melkor Ungoliant was a dirty coward who would not so much as tap the land of the Valar if Melkor wasn't with her and retreated back to parts unknown after she learned Melkor's Balrogs could produce fire capable of hurting her even in her transformed state.
** After the Valar, the next mightiest beings are the Maiar, who were called to regulate aspects of the planet the Valar couldn't be bothered with after they were done shaping it. The mightiest of these is Arien, who eventually surpasses Melkor in might as his is diminished corrupting other Maiar into Blarogs, elves into orcs, raising dragons, etc. Fortunately for him she's too busy keeping Arda and the sun in alignment to actively oppose him, though most of Melkor's creatures are repelled by sunlight so she's still a hindrance he has to work around.
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Outside of the ancient beings from before the world, the elf Feanor was the mightiest who ever lived, [[spoiler:but he gets himself killed making war on Melkor.]]]] The only other planet born creatures coming close to him had DivineParentage, were TouchedByVorlons or had tools blessed by the Valar.
** Among plain human beings, the mightiest to ever live was Hurin Thalion, who was curiously very short, much shorter than his father, wife and son. Still, he had the strength to slay Melkor's trolls in single motion and the toughness to endure the caustic blood of theirs that eventually [[WreckedWeapon ate away at the ax he was using]], making him the SoleSurvivor when the Sons of Hador made their LastStand against Melkor's army.
11th Aug '17 8:46:18 PM immblueversion
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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. After Zeref and Acnologia's deaths at the end of the series, the title presumably passes on to Natsu, who defeated them both (though, admittedly, he had the direct and/or indirect aid of every mage ''on the continent'' with the latter)]].

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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. After Zeref and Acnologia's deaths at the end of the series, the title presumably passes on to Natsu, who defeated them both (though, admittedly, he had the direct and/or indirect aid of every mage wizard ''on the continent'' with the latter)]].
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