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4th Oct '17 12:15:00 PM Forenperser
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** Type 5: [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]. [note]]His highest showing (tearing a ''huge'' whole into reality) goes into Type 6 territories.[[/note]]

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** Type 5: [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]. [note]]His [[note]]His highest showing (tearing a ''huge'' whole into reality) goes into Type 6 territories.[[/note]]
4th Oct '17 12:14:38 PM Forenperser
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** Type 5: [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]].

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** Type 5: [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]. [note]]His highest showing (tearing a ''huge'' whole into reality) goes into Type 6 territories.[[/note]]
28th Sep '17 8:48:04 PM Rubber_Lotus
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** Type 0: Commissioner Gordon, Vicki Vale, Calendar-Man, The Penguin, The Riddler.

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** Type 0: Commissioner Gordon, Vicki Vale, Calendar-Man, The Penguin, The Riddler.Riddler, The Scarecrow[[note]]DependingOnTheWriter, he may know enough [[IKnowKarate martial arts]] to hold Batman off for a bit, but this generally hasn't been observed since the '90s[[/note]].



** Type 2: Killer Croc, Bane, Man-Bat, Firefly, [[ComicBook/RasAlGhul Ra's al Ghul]], Azrael, Prometheus, Batwing, Owlman, Mad Hatter, The Scarecrow, most Agents of [[ComicBook/{{Grayson}} Spyral]][[note]]Due to advanced nanotechnology and possibly alien tech.[[/note]], Goliath.

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** Type 2: Killer Croc, Bane, Man-Bat, Firefly, [[ComicBook/RasAlGhul Ra's al Ghul]], Azrael, Prometheus, Batwing, Owlman, Mad Hatter, The Scarecrow, most Agents of [[ComicBook/{{Grayson}} Spyral]][[note]]Due to advanced nanotechnology and possibly alien tech.[[/note]], Goliath.
16th Sep '17 4:10:39 PM nombretomado
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** Type 3: Atomic Robo, Undead ThomasEdison.

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** Type 3: Atomic Robo, Undead ThomasEdison.UsefulNotes/ThomasEdison.
1st Sep '17 9:31:17 PM zealots
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** Type 2: Angel (first series), Artie, Beast (first series), Birdy, Blindfold, Callisto, Cypher, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}, Destiny, Donald Pierce, Fabian Cortez, Forge, Katu Kath, Lady Deathstrike, Layla Miller[[note]]After mutation activates[[/note]], Leech, Lilandra Neramani, Mammomax, Marrow[[note]]Type 1 after M-Day[[/note]], Milan, Multiple Man, Pyro[[note]]Type 3 with a source of fire to manipulate[[/note]], Rogue (default), Skin, Tessa[[note]]Type 3 as Sage[[/note]], Toad, Tyler Dayspring[[note]]Possibly Type 3 as Genesis[[/note]], Unus the Untouchable[[note]]Type 3 when he's not having PowerIncontinence[[/note]], Vargas.
** Type 3: Amelia Voght, Archangel[[note]]Except when flight is his only power[[/note]], Armor, Astra, Avalanche, Bastion[[note]]Type 4 during Second Coming[[/note]], Banshee, Beast, Bishop, Black Tom Cassidy, Blob, Boom-Boom, Caliban, Copycat, Colossus[[note]]Type 4 as Colossonaut[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}[[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as being able to shatter mountains with his abilities at a Type 4 level[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Daken}}, Dark Beast, ComicBook/{{Dazzler}}, Deathbird, ComicBook/{{Domino}}, Dust[[note]]If near a large-quantity of dry sand or dirt, she can be pushed up to Type 4[[/note]], Empath, Emplate, Frenzy, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, Gideon (and probably all the other Externals), Gentle[[note]]He is actually somewhere between a Type 4 or Type 5, but has a permanent PowerLimiter embedded in his skin because actually using his powers at this level would kill him[[/note]], Hellion, Husk, Iceman (first series), ComicBook/JeanGrey (first series), ComicBook/{{Jubilee}}[[note]]Both as a mutant and as a vampire[[/note]], ComicBook/KittyPryde, the Kleinstocks, ComicBook/{{Longshot}}, M-Twins, Maggott[[note]]He gains additional powers when he absorbs his slugs back into his body[[/note]], Mastermind[[note]]And his daughters[[/note]], Mesmero, Monet St. Croix, ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, ComicBook/{{Nightcrawler}}, Omega Red, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, Quicksilver[[note]]Later powered up to Type 4[[/note]], Rictor, Ruby Summers, ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}}, Sauron, Sebastian Shaw, Scanner, Senyaka, Shatterstar, Shinobi Shaw, Silver Samurai, Siryn, the Stepford Cuckoos, Sugar Man, Tempo, Threnody, Thunderbird[[note]]All of them[[/note]], Trevor Fitzroy, Unuscione, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, Zaladane[[note]]Type 4 after stealing Polaris's power[[/note]], most Beta-level mutants, most types of [[MechaMook Sentinels]].
** Type 4: Alpha Red, Angel (after being powered up by Comicbook/TheBlackVortex), ComicBook/{{Cable}}[[note]]Type 5 without the Techno-organic Virus[[/note]], Cannonball, Danger, Elixir[[note]]Implied to be his full potential by Stryfe and his Omega-level designation[[/note]], ComicBook/EmmaFrost, Jean Grey, Havok, ComicBook/HopeSummers[[note]]Capable of reaching Type 5 and Type 6 via PowerCopying and the Phoenix Force[[/note]], Iceman[[note]]Full potential is Type 5, as seen in Astonishing X-Men[[/note]], Joseph[[note]]Type 5 in his first incarnation as an X-Man[[/note]], Juggernaut[[note]]When fully powered up ranks much higher, as he was literally able to punch holes into Reality[[/note]], Living Monolith, Madelyne Pryor, Mr. Sinister, Penance[[note]]Speculated by Moira [=McTaggert=] to approach Type 5 levels[[/note]], Nimrod, Polaris, Proteus[[note]]Exiles version is Type 6[[/note]], ComicBook/RachelSummers, Rogue[[note]]Depending on if she has permanently stolen powers on this level. It's also been stated that her genetic code stores backups of every power she's ever copied, and with mental blocks removed, she could easily reach Type 6[[/note]], Selene[[note]]Type 5 during Necrosha[[/note]], Shadow King, Spiral, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, Stryfe, most Alpha-level mutants.
** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gamesmaster[[note]]Probably not as powerful as he claims to be, but as a telepath constantly in contact with every mind on Earth he goes here by default[/note]], Gladiator, High Evolutionary, Legion[[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in ''Age of X'' and elsewhere[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, Vulcan, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]Not yet seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.

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** Type 2: Angel (first series), Artie, Beast (first series), Birdy, Blindfold, Callisto, Cypher, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}, Destiny, Donald Pierce, Fabian Cortez, Forge, Katu Kath, Lady Deathstrike, Layla Miller[[note]]After mutation activates[[/note]], Leech, Lilandra Neramani, Mammomax, Marrow[[note]]Type 1 after M-Day[[/note]], Milan, Multiple Man, Pyro[[note]]Type 3 with a source of fire to manipulate[[/note]], Rogue (default), Sammy the Squid Boy, Skin, Tessa[[note]]Type 3 as Sage[[/note]], Toad, Tyler Dayspring[[note]]Possibly Type 3 as Genesis[[/note]], Unus the Untouchable[[note]]Type 3 when he's not having PowerIncontinence[[/note]], Vargas.
** Type 3: Amelia Voght, Archangel[[note]]Except when flight is his only power[[/note]], Armor, Astra, Avalanche, Bastion[[note]]Type 4 during Second Coming[[/note]], Banshee, Beast, Bishop, Black Tom Cassidy, Blob, Boom-Boom, Caliban, Copycat, Colossus[[note]]Type 4 as Colossonaut[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}[[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as being able to shatter mountains with his abilities at a Type 4 level[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Daken}}, Dark Beast, ComicBook/{{Dazzler}}, Deathbird, ComicBook/{{Domino}}, Dust[[note]]If near a large-quantity of dry sand or dirt, she can be pushed up to Type 4[[/note]], Empath, Emplate, Frenzy, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, Gideon (and probably all the other Externals), Gentle[[note]]He is actually somewhere between a Type 4 or Type 5, but has a permanent PowerLimiter embedded in his skin because actually using his powers at this level would kill him[[/note]], Hellion, Husk, Iceman (first series), ComicBook/JeanGrey (first series), ComicBook/{{Jubilee}}[[note]]Both as a mutant and as a vampire[[/note]], ComicBook/KittyPryde, the Kleinstocks, ComicBook/{{Longshot}}, M-Twins, Maggott[[note]]He gains additional powers when he absorbs his slugs back into his body[[/note]], Mastermind[[note]]And his daughters[[/note]], Mesmero, Monet St. Croix, ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, ComicBook/{{Nightcrawler}}, Omega Red, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, Quicksilver[[note]]Later powered up to Type 4[[/note]], Rictor, Ruby Summers, ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}}, Sauron, Sebastian Shaw, Scanner, Senyaka, Shatterstar, Shinobi Shaw, Silver Samurai, Siryn, the Stepford Cuckoos, Sugar Man, Tempo, Threnody, Thunderbird[[note]]All of them[[/note]], Trevor Fitzroy, Fitzroy[[note]]Type 5 as the Chronomancer[[/note]], Unuscione, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, Zaladane[[note]]Type 4 after stealing Polaris's power[[/note]], most Beta-level mutants, most types of [[MechaMook Sentinels]].
** Type 4: Alpha Red, Angel (after being powered up by Comicbook/TheBlackVortex), ComicBook/{{Cable}}[[note]]Type 5 without the Techno-organic Virus[[/note]], Cannonball, Danger, Elixir[[note]]Implied to be his Type 5 at full potential by Stryfe and by his Omega-level designation[[/note]], ComicBook/EmmaFrost, Jean Grey, Havok, Holocaust, ComicBook/HopeSummers[[note]]Capable of reaching Type 5 and Type 6 via PowerCopying and the Phoenix Force[[/note]], Iceman[[note]]Full potential is Type 5, as seen in Astonishing X-Men[[/note]], Joseph[[note]]Type 5 in his first incarnation as an X-Man[[/note]], Juggernaut[[note]]When fully powered up ranks much higher, as he was literally able to punch holes into Reality[[/note]], Living Monolith, Madelyne Pryor, Mr. Sinister, Penance[[note]]Speculated by Moira [=McTaggert=] to approach Type 5 levels[[/note]], Nimrod, Polaris, Proteus[[note]]Exiles version is Type 6[[/note]], ComicBook/RachelSummers, Rogue[[note]]Depending on if she has permanently stolen powers on this level. It's also been stated that her genetic code stores backups of every power she's ever copied, and with mental blocks removed, she could easily reach Type 6[[/note]], Selene[[note]]Type 5 during Necrosha[[/note]], Shadow King, Spiral, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, Stryfe, most Alpha-level mutants.
** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gamesmaster[[note]]Probably not as powerful as he claims to be, but as a telepath constantly in contact with every mind on Earth he goes here by default[/note]], default[[/note]], Gladiator, High Evolutionary, Legion[[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in ''Age of X'' and elsewhere[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, Vulcan, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]Not yet seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
1st Sep '17 9:23:44 PM zealots
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** Type 2: Angel (first series), Artie, Beast (first series), Birdy, Blindfold, Callisto, Cypher, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}, Destiny, Donald Pierce, Fabian Cortez, Forge, Katu Kath, Lady Deathstrike, Layla Miller[[note]]After mutation activates[[/note]], Leech, Lilandra Neramani, Marrow[[note]]Type 1 after M-Day[[/note]], Milan, Multiple Man, Pyro[[note]]Type 3 with a source of fire to manipulate[[/note]], Rogue (default), Skin, Tessa[[note]]Type 3 as Sage[[/note]], Toad, Tyler Dayspring[[note]]Possibly Type 3 as Genesis[[/note]].
** Type 3: Amelia Voght, Archangel[[note]]Except when flight is his only power[[/note]], Armor, Astra, Avalanche, Banshee, Beast, Bishop, Black Tom Cassidy, Blob, Boom-Boom, Caliban, Copycat, Colossus, ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}[[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as being able to shatter mountains with his abilities at a Type 4 level[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Daken}}, Dark Beast, ComicBook/{{Dazzler}}, Deathbird, ComicBook/{{Domino}}, Dust[[note]]If near a large-quantity of dry sand or dirt, she can be pushed up to Type 4[[/note]], Empath, Emplate, Frenzy, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, Gideon (and probably all the other Externals), Gentle[[note]]He is actually somewhere between a Type 4 or Type 5, but has a permanent PowerLimiter embedded in his skin because actually using his powers at this level would kill him[[/note]], Hellion, Husk, Iceman (first series), ComicBook/JeanGrey (first series), ComicBook/{{Jubilee}}[[note]]Both as a mutant and as a vampire[[/note]], ComicBook/KittyPryde, the Kleinstocks, ComicBook/{{Longshot}}, M-Twins, Maggott[[note]]He gains additional powers when he absorbs his slugs back into his body[[/note]], Mastermind, Mesmero, Monet St. Croix, ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, ComicBook/{{Nightcrawler}}, Omega Red, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, Quicksilver[[note]]Later powered up to Type 4[[/note]], Rictor, Ruby Summers, ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}}, Sauron, Sebastian Shaw, Senyaka, Shatterstar, Shinobi Shaw, Silver Samurai, Siryn, the Stepford Cuckoos, Sugar Man, Threnody, Thunderbird[[note]]All of them[[/note]], Trevor Fitzroy, Unuscione, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, Zaladane[[note]]Type 4 after stealing Polaris's power[[/note]], most Beta-level mutants, most types of [[MechaMook Sentinels]].
** Type 4: Angel (after being powered up by Comicbook/TheBlackVortex), ComicBook/{{Cable}}[[note]]Type 5 without the Techno-organic Virus[[/note]], Cannonball, Danger, ComicBook/EmmaFrost, Jean Grey, Havok, ComicBook/HopeSummers[[note]]Capable of reaching Type 5 and Type 6 via PowerCopying and the Phoenix Force[[/note]], Iceman[[note]]Full potential is Type 5, as seen in Astonishing X-Men[[/note]], Joseph[[note]]Type 5 in his first incarnation as an X-Man[[/note]], Juggernaut [[note]]When fully powered up much higher, as he was literally able to punch holes into Reality[[/note]], Living Monolith, Madelyne Pryor, Penance[[note]]Speculated by Moira [=McTaggert=] to approach Type 5 levels[[/note]], Nimrod, Polaris, Proteus[[note]]Exiles version is Type 6[[/note]], ComicBook/RachelSummers, Rogue[[note]]Depending on if she has permanently stolen powers on this level. It's also been stated that her genetic code stores backups of every power she's ever copied, and with mental blocks removed, she could easily reach Type 6[[/note]], Selene[[note]]Type 5 during Necrosha[[/note]], Shadow King, Spiral, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, Stryfe, most Alpha-level mutants.
** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gladiator, High Evolutionary, Legion[[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in Age of X[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Vulcan, Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
** Type 6: Beyond Omega-level Mutants, the Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts [[note]]Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Dark Phoenix Cyclops. The White Phoenix of the Crown (which only Jean Grey can become) is in a class of its own, stated to be one of the fundamental forces of the universe, on par with the Infinity Gauntlet[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}

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** Type 2: Angel (first series), Artie, Beast (first series), Birdy, Blindfold, Callisto, Cypher, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}, Destiny, Donald Pierce, Fabian Cortez, Forge, Katu Kath, Lady Deathstrike, Layla Miller[[note]]After mutation activates[[/note]], Leech, Lilandra Neramani, Mammomax, Marrow[[note]]Type 1 after M-Day[[/note]], Milan, Multiple Man, Pyro[[note]]Type 3 with a source of fire to manipulate[[/note]], Rogue (default), Skin, Tessa[[note]]Type 3 as Sage[[/note]], Toad, Tyler Dayspring[[note]]Possibly Type 3 as Genesis[[/note]].
Genesis[[/note]], Unus the Untouchable[[note]]Type 3 when he's not having PowerIncontinence[[/note]], Vargas.
** Type 3: Amelia Voght, Archangel[[note]]Except when flight is his only power[[/note]], Armor, Astra, Avalanche, Bastion[[note]]Type 4 during Second Coming[[/note]], Banshee, Beast, Bishop, Black Tom Cassidy, Blob, Boom-Boom, Caliban, Copycat, Colossus, Colossus[[note]]Type 4 as Colossonaut[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}[[note]]Inconsistently portrayed as being able to shatter mountains with his abilities at a Type 4 level[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Daken}}, Dark Beast, ComicBook/{{Dazzler}}, Deathbird, ComicBook/{{Domino}}, Dust[[note]]If near a large-quantity of dry sand or dirt, she can be pushed up to Type 4[[/note]], Empath, Emplate, Frenzy, ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, Gideon (and probably all the other Externals), Gentle[[note]]He is actually somewhere between a Type 4 or Type 5, but has a permanent PowerLimiter embedded in his skin because actually using his powers at this level would kill him[[/note]], Hellion, Husk, Iceman (first series), ComicBook/JeanGrey (first series), ComicBook/{{Jubilee}}[[note]]Both as a mutant and as a vampire[[/note]], ComicBook/KittyPryde, the Kleinstocks, ComicBook/{{Longshot}}, M-Twins, Maggott[[note]]He gains additional powers when he absorbs his slugs back into his body[[/note]], Mastermind, Mastermind[[note]]And his daughters[[/note]], Mesmero, Monet St. Croix, ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, ComicBook/{{Nightcrawler}}, Omega Red, ComicBook/{{Psylocke}}, Quicksilver[[note]]Later powered up to Type 4[[/note]], Rictor, Ruby Summers, ComicBook/{{Sabretooth}}, Sauron, Sebastian Shaw, Scanner, Senyaka, Shatterstar, Shinobi Shaw, Silver Samurai, Siryn, the Stepford Cuckoos, Sugar Man, Tempo, Threnody, Thunderbird[[note]]All of them[[/note]], Trevor Fitzroy, Unuscione, ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}, Zaladane[[note]]Type 4 after stealing Polaris's power[[/note]], most Beta-level mutants, most types of [[MechaMook Sentinels]].
** Type 4: Alpha Red, Angel (after being powered up by Comicbook/TheBlackVortex), ComicBook/{{Cable}}[[note]]Type 5 without the Techno-organic Virus[[/note]], Cannonball, Danger, Elixir[[note]]Implied to be his full potential by Stryfe and his Omega-level designation[[/note]], ComicBook/EmmaFrost, Jean Grey, Havok, ComicBook/HopeSummers[[note]]Capable of reaching Type 5 and Type 6 via PowerCopying and the Phoenix Force[[/note]], Iceman[[note]]Full potential is Type 5, as seen in Astonishing X-Men[[/note]], Joseph[[note]]Type 5 in his first incarnation as an X-Man[[/note]], Juggernaut [[note]]When Juggernaut[[note]]When fully powered up ranks much higher, as he was literally able to punch holes into Reality[[/note]], Living Monolith, Madelyne Pryor, Mr. Sinister, Penance[[note]]Speculated by Moira [=McTaggert=] to approach Type 5 levels[[/note]], Nimrod, Polaris, Proteus[[note]]Exiles version is Type 6[[/note]], ComicBook/RachelSummers, Rogue[[note]]Depending on if she has permanently stolen powers on this level. It's also been stated that her genetic code stores backups of every power she's ever copied, and with mental blocks removed, she could easily reach Type 6[[/note]], Selene[[note]]Type 5 during Necrosha[[/note]], Shadow King, Spiral, ComicBook/{{Storm}}, Stryfe, most Alpha-level mutants.
** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gamesmaster[[note]]Probably not as powerful as he claims to be, but as a telepath constantly in contact with every mind on Earth he goes here by default[/note]], Gladiator, High Evolutionary, Legion[[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in Age ''Age of X[[/note]], X'' and elsewhere[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never Vulcan, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]Not yet seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Vulcan, Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
** Type 6: Beyond Omega-level Mutants, the Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts [[note]]Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Dark Phoenix Cyclops. The White Phoenix of the Crown (which only Jean Grey can become) is in a class of its own, stated to be one of the fundamental forces of the universe, on par with the Infinity Gauntlet[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}
ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}, [[ComicBook/XMen92 Xodus the Forgotten Celestial]].
20th Aug '17 1:38:53 PM zealots
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** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gladiator, High Evolutionary, [[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in Age of X[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Vulcan, Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
** Type 6: Beyond Omega-level Mutants, the Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts [[note]]Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Dark Phoenix Cyclops. The White Phoenix of the Crown (which only Jean Grey can become) is in a class of its own, stated to be one of the fundamental forces of the universe, on par with the Infinity Gauntlet[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}, Legion

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** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gladiator, High Evolutionary, [[note]]Full Legion[[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in Age of X[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Vulcan, Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
** Type 6: Beyond Omega-level Mutants, the Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts [[note]]Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Dark Phoenix Cyclops. The White Phoenix of the Crown (which only Jean Grey can become) is in a class of its own, stated to be one of the fundamental forces of the universe, on par with the Infinity Gauntlet[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}, Legion
ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}
20th Aug '17 11:56:46 AM DisillusionedCaelifera
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** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gladiator, High Evolutionary, Legion [[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in Age of X[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Vulcan, Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
** Type 6: Beyond Omega-level Mutants, the Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts [[note]]Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Dark Phoenix Cyclops. The White Phoenix of the Crown (which only Jean Grey can become) is in a class of its own, stated to be one of the fundamental forces of the universe, on par with the Infinity Gauntlet[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}

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** Type 5: ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}}, Exodus, Cassandra Nova, Gladiator, High Evolutionary, Legion Evolutionary, [[note]]Full potential is Type 6, as seen in Age of X[[/note]], Madelyne Pryor as the Goblyn Queen, ComicBook/{{Magneto}}, Mikhail Rasputin, Mojo, Professor X, Siena Blaze, ComicBook/XMan[[note]]never seen, but speculated to be Type 6 at full power[[/note]], Vulcan, Omega-level Mutants, the most powerful Alpha-level Mutants, weaker Phoenix Force hosts.
** Type 6: Beyond Omega-level Mutants, the Phoenix Force as a whole and stronger hosts [[note]]Like Jean Grey, Rachel Grey (sometimes) and Dark Phoenix Cyclops. The White Phoenix of the Crown (which only Jean Grey can become) is in a class of its own, stated to be one of the fundamental forces of the universe, on par with the Infinity Gauntlet[[/note]], ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}
ComicBook/{{Onslaught}}, Legion
19th Aug '17 8:33:02 PM zealots
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** Type 3: Agent Venom, Alyosha Kraven, ComicBook/{{Carnage}}, Demogoblin, ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, Doppelganger, Ezekiel, Hobgoblin[[note]]All versions of him except for Ned Leeds[[/note]], Hydro-Man[[note]]Like the Spot, the nature of his powers alone could make him qualify for Type 4 or even 5 status, but outside of a couple of freak incidents is held back from this potential by his lack of intelligence[[/note]], Michael Van Patrick (MVP) as the Scarlet Spider, [[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderman Miles Morales]], Morlun and most of [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors the Inheritors]][[note]]Morlun starts out as this, as do most of his kin, though they have occasionally skirted into Type 4s and Morlun is a consistent Type 4 during the Inheritors arc[[/note]], [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn Green Goblin]], Lizard, Mister Negative, Molten Man, Morbius, Puma, Nightwatch, Rhino[[note]]Type 4 on a good day[[/note]], Sandman[[note]]See Hydro-Man and the Spot, with the caveat that he is slightly more consistent in reaching Type 4 levels due to his more stable personality and stint with the Avengers[[/note]], ComicBook/ScarletSpider, Scorpion, Shathra, Shriek, ComicBook/{{Silk}}, ComicBook/SpiderGirl, ComicBook/SpiderGwen, Spider-Man[[note]]Spider-Man, his clones and derivatives, and especially the Symbiotes have occasionally skirted into Type 4's, capable of lifting/destroying entire buildings and defeating other Type 4's and above with nothing but their own power. Spider-Man has also covered massive areas with his extraordinarily durable webbing, especially when he had organic Web-shooters[[/note]], ComicBook/SpiderMan2099, The Spot[[note]]The nature of his powers could easily make him qualify as a Type 4 or possibly even 5, but the Spot isn't smart enough to use his powers anywhere close to their fullest extent[[/note]], Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan, Tombstone, Comicbook/{{Venom}}.

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** Type 3: Agent Venom, Alyosha Kraven, ComicBook/{{Carnage}}, Demogoblin, ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, Doppelganger, Ezekiel, Hobgoblin[[note]]All versions of him except for Ned Leeds[[/note]], Hydro-Man[[note]]Like the Spot, the nature of his powers alone could make him qualify for Type 4 or even 5 status, but outside of a couple of freak incidents is held back from this potential by his lack of intelligence[[/note]], Lizard, Michael Van Patrick (MVP) as the Scarlet Spider, [[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderman Miles Morales]], Mister Negative, Molten Man, ComicBook/{{Morbius}}, Morlun and most of [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors the Inheritors]][[note]]Morlun starts out as this, as do most of his kin, though they have occasionally skirted into Type 4s and Morlun is a consistent Type 4 during the Inheritors arc[[/note]], [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn Green Goblin]], Lizard, Mister Negative, Molten Man, Morbius, Puma, Nightwatch, Puma, Rhino[[note]]Type 4 on a good day[[/note]], Sandman[[note]]See Hydro-Man and the Spot, with the caveat that he is slightly more consistent in reaching Type 4 levels due to his more stable personality and stint with the Avengers[[/note]], ComicBook/ScarletSpider, Scorpion, Shathra, Shriek, ComicBook/{{Silk}}, ComicBook/SpiderGirl, ComicBook/SpiderGwen, Spider-Man[[note]]Spider-Man, his clones and derivatives, and especially the Symbiotes have occasionally skirted into Type 4's, capable of lifting/destroying entire buildings and defeating other Type 4's and above with nothing but their own power. Spider-Man has also covered massive areas with his extraordinarily durable webbing, especially when he had organic Web-shooters[[/note]], ComicBook/SpiderMan2099, The Spot[[note]]The nature of his powers could easily make him qualify as a Type 4 or possibly even 5, but the Spot isn't smart enough to use his powers anywhere close to their fullest extent[[/note]], Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan, Tombstone, Comicbook/{{Venom}}.
19th Aug '17 8:28:28 PM zealots
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** Type -1: Aunt May.
** Type 0: Mary-Jane Watson, Gwen Stacy, The Daily Bugle staff, Silvermane[[note]]Type 3 as a cyborg[[/note]], the Rose, The Burglar.
** Type 1: Mysterio, ComicBook/SilverSable, The Enforcers, Black Fox.
** Type 2: Hammerhead, The Chameleon, The Jackal, ComicBook/BlackCat, Kraven the Hunter, the Shocker, the Spot [[note]] The nature of his powers could easily make him qualify as a Type 4 or possibly even 5, but the Spot isn't smart enough to use his powers anywhere close to their fullest extent[[/note]].
** Type 3: Spider-Man, ComicBook/ScarletSpider, ComicBook/SpiderGirl, ComicBook/{{Silk}}, ComicBook/SpiderGwen, [[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderman Miles Morales]], Michael Van Patrick (MVP) as the Scarlet Spider, The Vulture, The Lizard, Tombstone, ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn The Green Goblin]], Comicbook/{{Venom}}, Morlun and most Inheritors, Hydro-Man, the Molten Man, Hobgoblin, The Scorpion, Carnage, Mister Negative. [[note]]Spider-Man, his clones and derivatives, Hydro-man, and especially Morlun's kin and the Symbiotes have occasionally skirted into Type 4's, capable of lifting/destroying entire buildings and defeating other Type 4's and above with nothing but their own power. Spider-Man has also covered massive areas with his extraordinarily durable webbing, especially when he had organic Web-shooters .[[/note]]
** Type 4: The Swarm, Ero, Electro[[note]]Has powered up to Type 5 at times, once even being able to give X-Man a decent fight; Could by all accounts be a Level 5 if he actually knew how to use his powers properly.[[/note]], Sandman and The Rhino on a good day, Solus without having eaten, Spider-Man consistently while wearing his MK 4 armor [[note]]Has staggered Hyperion with his punches, used strength enhancement to lift a massive crane for long periods of time, has far more invulnerability and versatile webbing.[[/note]], Toxin [[note]] While Venom and Carnage occasionally skirt into this level, Toxin manages to be this consistently.[[/note]]
** Type 5: [[HumongousMecha Leopardon]], powered-up Solus, the full power of the Other, [[GodMode Captain Universe Spider-Man]](higher end Type 5)
** Type 6: [[DiabolusExMachina Mephisto]], Master Weaver [[note]]He can erase entire timelines and Universes and could in some regards qualify as a type 7, but he has a physical body that is perfectly killable by beings of Spider-Man's level[[/note]]

to:

** Type -1: Alistair Smythe[[note]]Type 3 as the Ultimate Spider-Slayer[[/note]], Aunt May.
May, post-Iraq [[ShellShockedVeteran Flash]] [[HandicappedBadass Thompson]], Madame Web.
** Type 0: The Burglar, Crime Master, Gwen Stacy, Mary-Jane Watson, Gwen Stacy, The Daily Bugle staff, Rose, Silvermane[[note]]Type 3 as a cyborg[[/note]], Spencer Smythe, the Rose, The Burglar.
[[Characters/SpiderManDailyBugle Daily Bugle staff]].
** Type 1: Black Fox, Mysterio, Prowler, ComicBook/SilverSable, The Enforcers, Black Fox.
the Enforcers.
** Type 2: Hammerhead, The Chameleon, The Jackal, ComicBook/BlackCat, Cardiac, Chameleon, Hammerhead, Jack O'Lantern, Jackal, Kraven the Hunter, the Shocker, Vermin, Vulture[[note]]Type 3 after permanently absorbing the Spot [[note]] The powers of his harness[[/note]], most types of [[MechaMook Spider-Slayers]].
** Type 3: Agent Venom, Alyosha Kraven, ComicBook/{{Carnage}}, Demogoblin, ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, Doppelganger, Ezekiel, Hobgoblin[[note]]All versions of him except for Ned Leeds[[/note]], Hydro-Man[[note]]Like the Spot, the
nature of his powers alone could easily make him qualify as a for Type 4 or possibly even 5, 5 status, but the Spot isn't smart enough to use outside of a couple of freak incidents is held back from this potential by his powers anywhere close to their fullest extent[[/note]].
** Type 3: Spider-Man, ComicBook/ScarletSpider, ComicBook/SpiderGirl, ComicBook/{{Silk}}, ComicBook/SpiderGwen, [[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderman Miles Morales]],
lack of intelligence[[/note]], Michael Van Patrick (MVP) as the Scarlet Spider, The Vulture, The Lizard, Tombstone, ComicBook/DoctorOctopus, [[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderman Miles Morales]], Morlun and most of [[Characters/SpiderManTheInheritors the Inheritors]][[note]]Morlun starts out as this, as do most of his kin, though they have occasionally skirted into Type 4s and Morlun is a consistent Type 4 during the Inheritors arc[[/note]], [[ComicBook/NormanOsborn The Green Goblin]], Comicbook/{{Venom}}, Morlun and most Inheritors, Hydro-Man, the Lizard, Mister Negative, Molten Man, Hobgoblin, The Morbius, Puma, Nightwatch, Rhino[[note]]Type 4 on a good day[[/note]], Sandman[[note]]See Hydro-Man and the Spot, with the caveat that he is slightly more consistent in reaching Type 4 levels due to his more stable personality and stint with the Avengers[[/note]], ComicBook/ScarletSpider, Scorpion, Carnage, Mister Negative. [[note]]Spider-Man, Shathra, Shriek, ComicBook/{{Silk}}, ComicBook/SpiderGirl, ComicBook/SpiderGwen, Spider-Man[[note]]Spider-Man, his clones and derivatives, Hydro-man, and especially Morlun's kin and the Symbiotes have occasionally skirted into Type 4's, capable of lifting/destroying entire buildings and defeating other Type 4's and above with nothing but their own power. Spider-Man has also covered massive areas with his extraordinarily durable webbing, especially when he had organic Web-shooters .[[/note]]
Web-shooters[[/note]], ComicBook/SpiderMan2099, The Spot[[note]]The nature of his powers could easily make him qualify as a Type 4 or possibly even 5, but the Spot isn't smart enough to use his powers anywhere close to their fullest extent[[/note]], Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan, Tombstone, Comicbook/{{Venom}}.
** Type 4: The Swarm, Ero, Electro[[note]]Has powered up to Type 5 at times, once even being able to give X-Man a decent fight; Could by all accounts be a Level 5 if he actually knew how to use his powers properly.[[/note]], Sandman and The Rhino on a good day, Solus without having eaten, Spider-Man consistently while wearing his MK 4 armor [[note]]Has armor[[note]]Has staggered Hyperion with his punches, used strength enhancement to lift a massive crane for long periods of time, has far more invulnerability and versatile webbing.[[/note]], Toxin [[note]] While The Swarm, Toxin[[note]]While Venom and Carnage occasionally skirt into this level, Toxin manages to be this consistently.[[/note]]
consistently[[/note]].
** Type 5: [[GodMode Captain Universe Spider-Man]][[note]]Type 5 at the higher end of his powers[[/note]], [[HumongousMecha Leopardon]], powered-up Solus, the full power of the Other, [[GodMode Captain Universe Spider-Man]](higher end Type 5)
Other.
** Type 6: [[DiabolusExMachina Mephisto]], Master Weaver [[note]]He can erase entire timelines and Universes and could in some regards qualify as a type 7, but he has a physical body that is perfectly killable by beings of Spider-Man's level[[/note]]
level[[/note]].
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