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16th Mar '17 9:01:15 PM Cryocene
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** Type 6: [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]][[note]]Generally considered the highest type 6 around, with a few exceptions occuring in various stories[[/note]], [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos, The Horde, the Elders of the Universe]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, Oblivion]], 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, Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon, now type 6 as a group[[/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]], 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]], anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], 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]], [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}''.
** Type 7: [[{{God}} The One Above All]][[note]]who is believed to be an AuthorAvatar of Creator/JackKirby[[/note]], The Fulcrum [[note]]the master of the Celestials & the Watchers, and speculated to be one aspect of The One Above All[[/note]].

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** Type 6: [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]][[note]]Generally considered the highest type 6 around, with a few exceptions occuring in various stories[[/note]], [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos, The Horde, the Elders of the Universe]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, Oblivion]], 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, Epiphany, the Queen of Nevers, Scathan, Alien Entity, Sise-Neg, the Beyonder[[note]]Possibly type 7 pre-retcon, now type 6 as a group[[/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]], 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]], anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], Molecule Man [[note]]Inconsistently 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]], [[spoiler:Doctor Doom]] during ''Comicbook/{{Secret Wars 2015}}''.
** Type 7: [[{{God}} The One Above All]][[note]]who is believed to be an AuthorAvatar of Creator/JackKirby[[/note]], The Fulcrum [[note]]the Fulcrum[[note]]the master of the Celestials & the Watchers, and speculated to be one aspect of The One Above All[[/note]].
16th Mar '17 8:59:21 PM Cryocene
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** Type 5: [[TheCape Hyperion, Sun God, Blue Marvel]] [[note]]All three of whom are {{Exp|y}}ies of ComicBook/{{Superman}} and often subject of numerous powerups and NewPowersAsThePlotDemands[[/note]], ComicBook/ScarletWitch[[note]]Type 6 in ComicBook/HouseOfM[[/note]], Captain Universe, ComicBook/TheSentry[=/=]Void[[note]]Based on his apparent defeat of Galactus and his actual defeat of the Molecule Man often also referred to as Type 6[[/note]], Monica Rambeau, after powerup[[note]]Stated multiple times to be a Planet-Buster.[[/note]], Ex Nihilo, Kaluu, Star Brand (Kevin Connor).

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** Type 5: [[TheCape Hyperion, Sun God, Blue Marvel]] [[note]]All Marvel]][[note]]All three of whom are {{Exp|y}}ies of ComicBook/{{Superman}} and often subject of numerous powerups and NewPowersAsThePlotDemands[[/note]], ComicBook/ScarletWitch[[note]]Type 6 in ComicBook/HouseOfM[[/note]], Captain Universe, ComicBook/TheSentry[=/=]Void[[note]]Based on his apparent defeat of Galactus and his actual defeat of the Molecule Man often also referred to as Type 6[[/note]], Monica Rambeau, after powerup[[note]]Stated multiple times to be a Planet-Buster.[[/note]], Ex Nihilo, Kaluu, Star Brand (Kevin Connor).



** 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}}''.
** Type 7: [[{{God}} The One Above All]] (who is believed to be an AuthorAvatar of Creator/JackKirby), The Fulcrum (the master of the Celestials & the Watchers, and speculated to be one aspect of The One Above All).

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** Type 6: [[GuardianOfTheMultiverse The Living Tribunal]][[note]]Generally considered the highest type 6 around, with a few exceptions occuring in various stories[[/note]], [[CosmicEntity Cosmic Cube entities, Celestials, Watchers, The Stranger, Kronos, The Horde, the Elders of the Universe]], [[AnthropomorphicPersonification Eternity, Infinity, Order, In-Betweener, Chaos, Entropy, Death, Oblivion]], 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]], 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.pre-retcon, now type 6 as a group[[/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]], The Heart of the Beyonders (the group), 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]], anyone with the [[ArtifactOfDoom Infinity Gauntlet]], 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}}''.
** Type 7: [[{{God}} The One Above All]] (who All]][[note]]who is believed to be an AuthorAvatar of Creator/JackKirby), Creator/JackKirby[[/note]], The Fulcrum (the [[note]]the master of the Celestials & the Watchers, and speculated to be one aspect of The One Above All).
All[[/note]].
12th Mar '17 6:29:39 AM Cryocene
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** Type 1: ComicBook/NickFury[[note]]Aside from being TheAgeless[[/note]], ComicBook/CaptainAmerica (without shield), Comicbook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, Kate Bishop, ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, ComicBook/BuckyBarnes, Shang-Chi, Two-Gun Kid, [[ComicBook/{{Agent 13}} Sharon Carter]], Swordsman, Ronin (all identities).
** Type 2: Captain America (with shield) [[note]]His shield gives him skills and abilities that are impossible for {{Muggles}}.[[/note]], the Winter Soldier[[note]]Bucky Barnes with his cybernetic arm.[[/note]], U.S. Agent, 3-D Man, Triathalon, Patriot, Hellcat, Silverclaw.

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** Type 1: ComicBook/NickFury[[note]]Aside from being TheAgeless[[/note]], ComicBook/CaptainAmerica (without shield), Comicbook/BlackWidow, ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, Kate Bishop, ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, ComicBook/BuckyBarnes, Shang-Chi, Two-Gun Kid, [[ComicBook/{{Agent 13}} Sharon Carter]], Swordsman, Ronin (all identities).
** Type 2: Captain America (with shield) [[note]]His shield gives him skills and abilities that are impossible for {{Muggles}}.[[/note]], ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, the Winter Soldier[[note]]Bucky Barnes with his cybernetic arm.[[/note]], Soldier, U.S. Agent, 3-D Man, Triathalon, Patriot, Hellcat, Silverclaw.
17th Feb '17 7:14:44 AM SparksOfTheTempest
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** Type 5: Perfect Chaos, anyone named "Enerjak", Ixis, The Second Devourer

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** Type 5: Perfect Chaos, anyone named "Enerjak", Ixis, The Second DevourerDevourer, Dark Gaia
17th Feb '17 7:14:22 AM SparksOfTheTempest
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** Type 3: Sonic, Shadow, Knuckles, Silver[[note]]Potentially even higher[[/note]], Blaze, Metal Sonic, Scourge, Eclipse, Nicole post-Super Genesis Wave
** Type 4: Shadow without Inhibitor Rings, Walter Naugus at full strength, Nicole pre-Super Genesis Wave, most Super forms, Chaos, Maw

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** Type 3: Sonic, Shadow, Knuckles, Silver[[note]]Potentially even higher[[/note]], Blaze, Metal Sonic, Scourge, Eclipse, Nicole post-Super Genesis Wave
Wave, Maw[[note]]Possibly higher, depending on how his void-based abilities work[[/note]]
** Type 4: Shadow without Inhibitor Rings, Walter Naugus at full strength, Nicole pre-Super Genesis Wave, most Super forms, Chaos, MawChaos
3rd Feb '17 3:11:42 PM SparksOfTheTempest
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** Type 4: Shadow without Inhibitor Rings, Walter Naugus at full strength, Nicole pre-Super Genesis Wave, most Super forms, Chaos

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** Type 4: Shadow without Inhibitor Rings, Walter Naugus at full strength, Nicole pre-Super Genesis Wave, most Super forms, ChaosChaos, Maw
24th Jan '17 8:35:10 AM 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]], Linda Danvers -Supergirl- in the Silver Age, 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/FinalCrisis the Thought Robot]]
** Type 7: Monitor-Mind the Overvoid

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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]], Linda Danvers -Supergirl- in the Silver Age, 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/FinalCrisis the Thought Robot]]
Robot]], 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]].
** Type 7: Monitor-Mind the Overvoid
[[DeusEstMachina The Miracle Machine]].
23rd Jan '17 10:56:17 PM SquallCloud
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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]], Linda Danvers -Supergirl- in the Silver Age, 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/FinalCrisis the Thought Robot]], 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]].
** Type 7: [[DeusEstMachina The Miracle Machine]].

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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]], Linda Danvers -Supergirl- in the Silver Age, 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/FinalCrisis the Thought Robot]], 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]].
Robot]]
** Type 7: [[DeusEstMachina The Miracle Machine]].
Monitor-Mind the Overvoid
8th Jan '17 4:55:41 PM nombretomado
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** Type 2: VandalSavage[[note]]Type 4 in the WesternAnimation/YoungJustice animated series.[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Hitman}}, Mister Terrific, Beast Boy. ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}} the Terminator, Monsieur Mallah, ComicBook/BlackCanary II (Dinah Lance), Count Vertigo, Killer Frost.

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** Type 2: VandalSavage[[note]]Type ComicBook/VandalSavage[[note]]Type 4 in the WesternAnimation/YoungJustice animated series.[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Hitman}}, Mister Terrific, Beast Boy. ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}} the Terminator, Monsieur Mallah, ComicBook/BlackCanary II (Dinah Lance), Count Vertigo, Killer Frost.



** Type 3: Most of the non-cosmic villains, such as [[MakeMeWannaShout Sonar]], VandalSavage, and [[ThreateningShark the Shark]], [[KillerRobot the Manhunters]], the Five Inversions[[note]]Atrocitus is Type 4 after getting his red power ring[[/note]], Orange Lanterns[[note]]Since they only exist as extensions of Larfleeze's will and can't form constructs[[/note]].

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** Type 3: Most of the non-cosmic villains, such as [[MakeMeWannaShout Sonar]], VandalSavage, ComicBook/VandalSavage, and [[ThreateningShark the Shark]], [[KillerRobot the Manhunters]], the Five Inversions[[note]]Atrocitus is Type 4 after getting his red power ring[[/note]], Orange Lanterns[[note]]Since they only exist as extensions of Larfleeze's will and can't form constructs[[/note]].
7th Jan '17 11:29:06 AM HamburgerTime
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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]], Linda Danvers -Supergirl- in the Silver Age, 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]], Linda Danvers -Supergirl- in the Silver Age, 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/FinalCrisis the Thought Robot]], 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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