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27th May '16 10:28:37 AM comicwriter
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** Type 3: ComicBook/AntMan (Scott Lang & Hank Pym), ComicBook/TheWasp, Yellowjacket (Rita De Mara), Demolition Man, Tigra[[note]]Her powers are partially caused by magic and no one, not even Doctor Strange, knows the full extent of what she's capable of.[[/note]], Living Lightning, Stingray, Whizzer, Shroud, Machine Man, Jack of Hearts, Jocasta, Abyss, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Deathcry, Noh-Varr, America Chavez[[note]]Borderline Type 4 considering that she's a bona-fide FlyingBrick[[/note]].

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** Type 3: ComicBook/AntMan (Scott Lang & Hank Pym), ComicBook/TheWasp, Yellowjacket (Rita De Mara), Comicbook/BlackPanther, Demolition Man, Tigra[[note]]Her powers are partially caused by magic and no one, not even Doctor Strange, knows the full extent of what she's capable of.[[/note]], Living Lightning, Stingray, Whizzer, Shroud, Machine Man, Jack of Hearts, Jocasta, Abyss, Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Deathcry, Noh-Varr, America Chavez[[note]]Borderline Type 4 considering that she's a bona-fide FlyingBrick[[/note]].
21st May '16 12:50:29 PM KingZeal
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** Type 6: ComicBook/{{Galactus}}[[note]]Depending on his energy reserves. At his weakest, Galactus is a Type 5 at best. At his strongest, he easily overpowers a lone Celestial.[[/note]], Abraxas, [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, and Oblivion]], Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon[[/note]], the Beyonders (the group), Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as low and high Type 6. Following ''Comicbook/JonathanHickmansAvengers'', he has been portrayed as the '''highest-possible''' Type 6, containing the combined power of the known Marvel Omniverse.[[/note]], Protegé[[note]]Has an extreme form of PowerDuplication which allowed him to copy and defeat The Living Tribunal at one point. This was not perfect, however, as he was later defeated by Scathan and then absorbed into the Tribunal himself.[[/note]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]], The Heart of the Universe[[note]]Tom Brevoort later stated that it was not a part of official continuity at all, but within the story it absorbed a whole universe, along with the Living Tribunal[[/note]], The Horde, the Elders of the Universe, [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}''.

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** Type 6: ComicBook/{{Galactus}}[[note]]Depending on his energy reserves. At his weakest, Galactus is a Type 5 at best. At his strongest, he easily overpowers a lone Celestial.[[/note]], Abraxas, [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, and Oblivion]], Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon[[/note]], pre-retcon.[[/note]], the Beyonders (the group), Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as low and high Type 6. Following ''Comicbook/JonathanHickmansAvengers'', he has been portrayed as the '''highest-possible''' Type 6, containing the combined power of the known Marvel Omniverse.[[/note]], Protegé[[note]]Has an extreme form of PowerDuplication which allowed him to copy and defeat The Living Tribunal at one point. This was not perfect, however, as he was later defeated by Scathan and then absorbed into the Tribunal himself.[[/note]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]], The Heart of the Universe[[note]]Tom Brevoort later stated that it was not a part of official continuity at all, but within the story it absorbed a whole universe, along with the Living Tribunal[[/note]], The Horde, the Elders of the Universe, [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}''.
21st May '16 12:49:04 PM KingZeal
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** Type 6: Kismet, Dominus, Imperiex, Clark Kent in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}[[note]]This goes for ''all'' interpretations of Clark Kent during that period, including Kal-El, Kal-L, and Superboy-Prime.[[/note]], Solaris the Tyrant Sun, The Sword of Superman, Superman-Prime.

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** Type 6: Kismet, Dominus, Imperiex, Clark Kent in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}[[note]]This goes for ''all'' interpretations of Clark Kent during that period, including Kal-El, Kal-L, and Superboy-Prime.[[/note]], Solaris the Tyrant Sun, The Sword of Superman, Superman-Prime.
Superman[[note]]Whoever wields The Sword of Superman is granted virtual Omnipotence[[/note]], Superman-Prime[[note]]Clark Kent in the 853rd century.[[/note]], ComicBook/{{New 52}} Superman's full potential[[note]]stated to, much like The Hulk, have no upper limit to his ablities. One feat demonstrated that he was capable of bench-pressing the Planet Earth for five days straight while sun-starved.[[/note]].
21st May '16 12:47:54 PM KingZeal
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** Type 6: [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Time-Trapper]], Darkseid in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', ComicBook/TheSpectre, ArchangelMichael, other Archangels to a lesser extent, [[Comicbook/TheSandman The Endless]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Mandrakk]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}, [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Nix Uotan]] [[TheOmnipotent as the Judge of All Evil]], [[Comicbook/DoomPatrol The]] [[ApocalypseHow/ClassZ Decreator]]. [[ComicBook/NewGods The Source]] [[note]]As of ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis'', it's revealed as the "source" of all godly entities, and is explicitly shown to NOT be omnipotent[[/note]]. [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mister Mxyzptlk]], [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Qwsp]], [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Mite]], [[PunnyName Vyndktvx]], and other higher-dimensional Imps.[[note]]According to "Crisis Times 5" the imps are two degrees of infinity above our ability to measure, according to "World's Funnest" Bat-Mite and Mxyzptlk regularly destroy and recreate the DC Multiverse for amusement and can hold the totality in their hands, and according to Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" storyline, Mister Mxyzptlk originally created everything in the DC multiverse.[[/note]], Parallax (Hal Jordan) during ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'', the Godwave, [[spoiler:[[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]]]].

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** Type 6: [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Time-Trapper]], Darkseid in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', ComicBook/TheSpectre, ArchangelMichael, ArchangelMichael[[note]]He is essentially a Type 7--totally {{Omnipotent}} except in relation to God/The Presence[[/note]], other Archangels to a lesser extent, [[Comicbook/TheSandman The Endless]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Mandrakk]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}, Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}[[note]]Like Michael, he is essentially a Type 7. He is omnipotent in relation to every other being ''except'' Michael and God.[[/note]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Nix Uotan]] [[TheOmnipotent as the Judge of All Evil]], [[Comicbook/DoomPatrol The]] [[ApocalypseHow/ClassZ Decreator]]. [[ComicBook/NewGods The Source]] [[note]]As of ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis'', it's revealed as the "source" of all godly entities, and is explicitly shown to NOT be omnipotent[[/note]]. [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mister Mxyzptlk]], [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Qwsp]], [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Mite]], [[PunnyName Vyndktvx]], and other higher-dimensional Imps.[[note]]According to "Crisis Times 5" the imps are two degrees of infinity above our ability to measure, according to "World's Funnest" Bat-Mite and Mxyzptlk regularly destroy and recreate the DC Multiverse for amusement and can hold the totality in their hands, and according to Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" storyline, Mister Mxyzptlk originally created everything in the DC multiverse.[[/note]], Parallax (Hal Jordan) during ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'', the Godwave, [[spoiler:[[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]]]].
21st May '16 12:39:43 PM SquallCloud
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** Type 6: [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Time-Trapper]], Darkseid in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', ComicBook/TheSpectre, ArchangelMichael[[note]]He is essentially a Type 7--totally {{Omnipotent}} except in relation to God/The Presence[[/note]], other Archangels to a lesser extent, [[Comicbook/TheSandman The Endless]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Mandrakk]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}[[note]]Like Michael, he is essentially a Type 7. He is omnipotent in relation to every other being ''except'' Michael and God.[[/note]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Nix Uotan]] [[TheOmnipotent as the Judge of All Evil]], [[Comicbook/DoomPatrol The]] [[ApocalypseHow/ClassZ Decreator]]. [[ComicBook/NewGods The Source]] [[note]]As of ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis'', it's revealed as the "source" of all godly entities, and is explicitly shown to NOT be omnipotent[[/note]]. [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mister Mxyzptlk]], [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Qwsp]], [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Mite]], [[PunnyName Vyndktvx]], and other higher-dimensional Imps.[[note]]According to "Crisis Times 5" the imps are two degrees of infinity above our ability to measure, according to "World's Funnest" Bat-Mite and Mxyzptlk regularly destroy and recreate the DC Multiverse for amusement and can hold the totality in their hands, and according to Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" storyline, Mister Mxyzptlk originally created everything in the DC multiverse.[[/note]], Parallax (Hal Jordan) during ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'', the Godwave, [[spoiler:[[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]]]].

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** Type 6: [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Time-Trapper]], Darkseid in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', ComicBook/TheSpectre, ArchangelMichael[[note]]He is essentially a Type 7--totally {{Omnipotent}} except in relation to God/The Presence[[/note]], ArchangelMichael, other Archangels to a lesser extent, [[Comicbook/TheSandman The Endless]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Mandrakk]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}[[note]]Like Michael, he is essentially a Type 7. He is omnipotent in relation to every other being ''except'' Michael and God.[[/note]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}, [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Nix Uotan]] [[TheOmnipotent as the Judge of All Evil]], [[Comicbook/DoomPatrol The]] [[ApocalypseHow/ClassZ Decreator]]. [[ComicBook/NewGods The Source]] [[note]]As of ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis'', it's revealed as the "source" of all godly entities, and is explicitly shown to NOT be omnipotent[[/note]]. [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mister Mxyzptlk]], [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Qwsp]], [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Mite]], [[PunnyName Vyndktvx]], and other higher-dimensional Imps.[[note]]According to "Crisis Times 5" the imps are two degrees of infinity above our ability to measure, according to "World's Funnest" Bat-Mite and Mxyzptlk regularly destroy and recreate the DC Multiverse for amusement and can hold the totality in their hands, and according to Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" storyline, Mister Mxyzptlk originally created everything in the DC multiverse.[[/note]], Parallax (Hal Jordan) during ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'', the Godwave, [[spoiler:[[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]]]].



** Type 6: Kismet, Dominus, Imperiex, Clark Kent in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}[[note]]This goes for ''all'' interpretations of Clark Kent during that period, including Kal-El, Kal-L, and Superboy-Prime.[[/note]], Solaris the Tyrant Sun, The Sword of Superman[[note]]Whoever wields The Sword of Superman is granted virtual Omnipotence[[/note]], Superman-Prime[[note]]Clark Kent in the 853rd century.[[/note]], ComicBook/{{New 52}} Superman's full potential[[note]]stated to, much like The Hulk, have no upper limit to his ablities. One feat demonstrated that he was capable of bench-pressing the Planet Earth for five days straight while sun-starved.[[/note]].

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** Type 6: Kismet, Dominus, Imperiex, Clark Kent in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}[[note]]This goes for ''all'' interpretations of Clark Kent during that period, including Kal-El, Kal-L, and Superboy-Prime.[[/note]], Solaris the Tyrant Sun, The Sword of Superman[[note]]Whoever wields The Sword of Superman is granted virtual Omnipotence[[/note]], Superman-Prime[[note]]Clark Kent in the 853rd century.[[/note]], ComicBook/{{New 52}} Superman's full potential[[note]]stated to, much like The Hulk, have no upper limit to his ablities. One feat demonstrated that he was capable of bench-pressing the Planet Earth for five days straight while sun-starved.[[/note]].
Superman, Superman-Prime.



** Type 6: ComicBook/{{Galactus}}[[note]]Depending on his energy reserves. At his weakest, Galactus is a Type 5 at best. At his strongest, he easily overpowers a lone Celestial.[[/note]], Abraxas, [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, and Oblivion]], Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon.[[/note]], the Beyonders (the group), Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as low and high Type 6. Following ''Comicbook/JonathanHickmansAvengers'', he has been portrayed as the '''highest-possible''' Type 6, containing the combined power of the known Marvel Omniverse.[[/note]], Protegé[[note]]Has an extreme form of PowerDuplication which allowed him to copy and defeat The Living Tribunal at one point. This was not perfect, however, as he was later defeated by Scathan and then absorbed into the Tribunal himself.[[/note]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]], The Heart of the Universe[[note]]Tom Brevoort later stated that it was not a part of official continuity at all, but within the story it absorbed a whole universe, along with the Living Tribunal[[/note]], The Horde, the Elders of the Universe, [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}''.

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** Type 6: ComicBook/{{Galactus}}[[note]]Depending on his energy reserves. At his weakest, Galactus is a Type 5 at best. At his strongest, he easily overpowers a lone Celestial.[[/note]], Abraxas, [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, and Oblivion]], Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon.[[/note]], pre-retcon[[/note]], the Beyonders (the group), Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as low and high Type 6. Following ''Comicbook/JonathanHickmansAvengers'', he has been portrayed as the '''highest-possible''' Type 6, containing the combined power of the known Marvel Omniverse.[[/note]], Protegé[[note]]Has an extreme form of PowerDuplication which allowed him to copy and defeat The Living Tribunal at one point. This was not perfect, however, as he was later defeated by Scathan and then absorbed into the Tribunal himself.[[/note]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]], The Heart of the Universe[[note]]Tom Brevoort later stated that it was not a part of official continuity at all, but within the story it absorbed a whole universe, along with the Living Tribunal[[/note]], The Horde, the Elders of the Universe, [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}''.
21st May '16 11:27:31 AM KingZeal
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** Type 6: [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Time-Trapper]], Darkseid in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', ComicBook/TheSpectre, ArchangelMichael[[note]]He is essentially a Type 7--totally {{Omnipotent}} except in relation to God/The Presence[[/note]], other Archangels to a lesser extent, [[Comicbook/TheSandman The Endless]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Mandrakk]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}[[note]]Like Michael, he is essentially a Type 7. He is omnipotent in relation to every other being ''except'' Michael and God.[[/note]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Nix Uotan]] [[TheOmnipotent as the Judge of All Evil]], [[Comicbook/DoomPatrol The]] [[ApocalypseHow/ClassZ Decreator]]. [[ComicBook/NewGods The Source]] [[note]]As of ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis'', it's revealed as the "source" of all godly entities, and is explicitly shown to NOT be omnipotent[[/note]]. [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mister Mxyzptlk]], [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Qwsp]], [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Mite]], [[PunnyName Vyndktvx]], and other higher-dimensional Imps.[[note]]According to "Crisis Times 5" the imps are two degrees of infinity above our ability to measure, according to "World's Funnest" Bat-Mite and Mxyzptlk regularly destroy and recreate the DC Multiverse for amusement and can hold the totality in their hands, and according to Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" storyline, Mister Mxyzptlk originally created everything in the DC multiverse.[[/note]], Parallax (Hal Jordan) during ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'', the Godwave.

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** Type 6: [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Time-Trapper]], Darkseid in ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'', ComicBook/TheSpectre, ArchangelMichael[[note]]He is essentially a Type 7--totally {{Omnipotent}} except in relation to God/The Presence[[/note]], other Archangels to a lesser extent, [[Comicbook/TheSandman The Endless]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Mandrakk]], Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}[[note]]Like Michael, he is essentially a Type 7. He is omnipotent in relation to every other being ''except'' Michael and God.[[/note]], [[ComicBook/FinalCrisis Nix Uotan]] [[TheOmnipotent as the Judge of All Evil]], [[Comicbook/DoomPatrol The]] [[ApocalypseHow/ClassZ Decreator]]. [[ComicBook/NewGods The Source]] [[note]]As of ''Comicbook/FinalCrisis'', it's revealed as the "source" of all godly entities, and is explicitly shown to NOT be omnipotent[[/note]]. [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Mister Mxyzptlk]], [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Qwsp]], [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Bat-Mite]], [[PunnyName Vyndktvx]], and other higher-dimensional Imps.[[note]]According to "Crisis Times 5" the imps are two degrees of infinity above our ability to measure, according to "World's Funnest" Bat-Mite and Mxyzptlk regularly destroy and recreate the DC Multiverse for amusement and can hold the totality in their hands, and according to Grant Morrison's "Action Comics" storyline, Mister Mxyzptlk originally created everything in the DC multiverse.[[/note]], Parallax (Hal Jordan) during ''ComicBook/ZeroHour'' and ''ComicBook/{{Convergence}}'', the Godwave.Godwave, [[spoiler:[[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Dr. Manhattan]]]].
15th May '16 9:35:53 AM nombretomado
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** Type 5: Professor X, {{Magneto}}, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Apocalypse, Vulcan, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.

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** Type 5: Professor X, {{Magneto}}, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Apocalypse, Vulcan, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
13th May '16 1:49:18 PM KingZeal
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** Type 4: Brother Vooodoo (Type 5 as the Sorceror Supreme), Doctor Druid, Salome, Baron Mordo [[spoiler:As a minion of Dormammu, he is a worthy opponent to Strange. However, Strange's mystical talent eclipses his own, and Strange's power source, the Vishanti, is greater than Mordo's equivalent: Dormammu[[/note]]. Stygyro.

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** Type 4: Brother Vooodoo (Type 5 as the Sorceror Supreme), Doctor Druid, Salome, Baron Mordo [[spoiler:As [[note]]As a minion of Dormammu, he is a worthy opponent to Strange. However, Strange's mystical talent eclipses his own, and Strange's power source, the Vishanti, is greater than Mordo's equivalent: Dormammu[[/note]]. Stygyro.
10th May '16 12:21:34 PM KingZeal
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** Type 6: All humans with the Destiny Force.

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** Type 6: All humans with the Destiny Force.Force, the Iso-Sphere during ''Comicbook/ContestOfChampions III''.



** Type 5: Perfect Chaos, anyone named "Enerjak"
** Type 6: The Genesis Wave

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** Type 5: Perfect Chaos, anyone named "Enerjak"
"Enerjak".
** Type 6: The Genesis WaveWave.
28th Apr '16 10:12:53 AM KingZeal
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** Type 6: ComicBook/{{Galactus}}[[note]]Depending on his energy reserves. At his weakest, Galactus is a Type 5 at best. At his strongest, he easily overpowers a lone Celestial.[[/note]], Abraxas, [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, and Oblivion]], Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon.[[/note]], the Beyonders (the group), Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as low and high Type 6. During the ''Time Runs Out'' arc, it was explained that [[ApocalypseMaiden his death causes the instantaneous death of his home universe.]][[/note]], Protegé[[note]]Has an extreme form of PowerDuplication which allowed him to copy and defeat The Living Tribunal at one point. This was not perfect, however, as he was later defeated by Scathan and then absorbed into the Tribunal himself.[[/note]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]], The Heart of the Universe[[note]]Tom Brevoort later stated that it was not a part of official continuity at all, but within the story it absorbed a whole universe, along with the Living Tribunal[[/note]], The Horde, the Elders of the Universe, [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}.

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** Type 6: ComicBook/{{Galactus}}[[note]]Depending on his energy reserves. At his weakest, Galactus is a Type 5 at best. At his strongest, he easily overpowers a lone Celestial.[[/note]], Abraxas, [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, and Oblivion]], Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon.[[/note]], the Beyonders (the group), Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as low and high Type 6. During Following ''Comicbook/JonathanHickmansAvengers'', he has been portrayed as the ''Time Runs Out'' arc, it was explained that [[ApocalypseMaiden his death causes '''highest-possible''' Type 6, containing the instantaneous death combined power of his home universe.]][[/note]], the known Marvel Omniverse.[[/note]], Protegé[[note]]Has an extreme form of PowerDuplication which allowed him to copy and defeat The Living Tribunal at one point. This was not perfect, however, as he was later defeated by Scathan and then absorbed into the Tribunal himself.[[/note]], [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]], The Heart of the Universe[[note]]Tom Brevoort later stated that it was not a part of official continuity at all, but within the story it absorbed a whole universe, along with the Living Tribunal[[/note]], The Horde, the Elders of the Universe, [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}.2015}}''.
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