Living Tribunal's best feat

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Urban Ninja
what is the best feat of the most powerful incarnation of LT?

tkitna
I'm not the right person to answer this one, but didn't LT shutdown the Infinity Gauntlet when Adam had it?

Delta1938
I'd be interested in feats in general for LT if anybody would like to show.

ghostman
holding the representation of two mega-verses in his hand.

Prof. T.C McAbe
Originally posted by ghostman
holding the representation of two mega-verses in his hand.

Which is like me holding a picture of the galaxy or a hologram of it.

His best feat: 3 Beyonders were necessary to put him down (all of his bodies).And spare me the number of Beyonders Thor and Hyperion took down.

TethAdamTheRock
^ Wasnt it 3 in each universe

quanchi112
Attempting to resist absorption by Thanos.

TheHulkster
Originally posted by Prof. T.C McAbe
Which is like me holding a picture of the galaxy or a hologram of it.

I doubt that is what he is meant only to be doing. Same for below:

https://i.imgur.com/Q4fF6vc_d.jpg?maxwidth=640&shape=thumb&fidelity=medium

Urban Ninja
Originally posted by ghostman
holding the representation of two mega-verses in his hand.
So he is multi-megaversal?
who is someone that is megaversal

Galan007
Originally posted by tkitna
I'm not the right person to answer this one, but didn't LT shutdown the Infinity Gauntlet when Adam had it? Not at all. In fact, the evidence suggests that LT wasn't capable of manipulating a complete IG to any degree while it was in the possession of another. If he could have done so, the possibility of a reality-busting battle with Warlock wouldn't have even been an option; nor would he have pleaded with Warlock to disassemble the IG willingly -- LT would have just shut it down, with or without Warlock's consent. No, the overt implication is that LT could only assert any sort of 'control' over the IG after the user either handed it over to him willingly, OR after he wrested control of it from the user forcefully... Ergo this scene:
https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411942_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-014.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411943_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-015.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411944_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-016.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411945_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-017.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411947_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-018.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411948_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-019.jpg


Anywho, at the end of 'Infinity War' LT *did* decree that the gems could never again be used in unison under any circumstances... But then they were used in unison, time and time again(by Rune, Reed, Tony, Cap, etc.) So I'll let you be the judge of how 'ultimate' LT's authority really was there. /shrug

tkitna
Ahh, thanks for the explanation Galan. I couldn't remember and was wrong. Been a long time since I've read it.

Magnon
Giving Dr. Doom a facial scar which the latter couldn't cure even with the Beyonders' powers.

krisblaze
Originally posted by Prof. T.C McAbe
Which is like me holding a picture of the galaxy or a hologram of it.

His best feat: 3 Beyonders were necessary to put him down (all of his bodies).And spare me the number of Beyonders Thor and Hyperion took down.

Thousands, they took down thousands!

Cable_Extreme
Originally posted by Magnon
Giving Dr. Doom a facial scar which the latter couldn't cure even with the Beyonders' powers. '

Never thought of it that way. That is a really good feat.

gauntlet o doom
I thought it was quite sad when the Living Tribunal caused the sun to go supernova in an attempt to kill Korvac; and when it didn't work he made a run for it.

TethAdamTheRock
Can some order these?

Mega-Verse
Omniverse
Multiverse

Philosophía
Originally posted by TethAdamTheRock
Can some order these?

Mega-Verse
Omniverse
Multiverse Omni multi and also Omni mega.

But while mega multi, multi does not mega.

Ambient
Yeah! Logging out..

Galan007
Originally posted by Magnon
Giving Dr. Doom a facial scar which the latter couldn't cure even with the Beyonders' powers. Reed(/w/ the Beyonders' powers) removed Doom's scarring, though:
https://s7d2.turboimg.net/t1/37484738_Secret_Wars_2015-_009-035.jpg https://s7d2.turboimg.net/t1/37484739_Secret_Wars_2015-_009-036.jpg https://s7d2.turboimg.net/t1/37484740_Secret_Wars_2015-_009-037.jpg


So perhaps God Doom intentionally opted to keep his facial scars, because he's a fcuking masochist..?

cdtm
Originally posted by Galan007
Not at all. In fact, the evidence suggests that LT wasn't capable of manipulating a complete IG to any degree while it was in the possession of another. If he could have done so, the possibility of a reality-busting battle with Warlock wouldn't have even been an option; nor would he have pleaded with Warlock to disassemble the IG willingly -- LT would have just shut it down, with or without Warlock's consent. No, the overt implication is that LT could only assert any sort of 'control' over the IG after the user either handed it over to him willingly, OR after he wrested control of it from the user forcefully... Ergo this scene:
https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411942_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-014.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411943_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-015.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411944_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-016.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411945_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-017.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411947_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-018.jpg https://s7d5.turboimg.net/t/37411948_Warlock_and_the_Infinity_Watch_001-019.jpg


Anywho, at the end of 'Infinity War' LT *did* decree that the gems could never again be used in unison under any circumstances... But then they were used in unison, time and time again(by Rune, Reed, Tony, Cap, etc.) So I'll let you be the judge of how 'ultimate' LT's authority really was there. /shrug

Why would Living Tribunal object to Eternity getting the gauntlet, if the gauntlet wasn't more powerful then the Tribunal?

He would have said "sure, whatever, take the thing" otherwise. Or at least denied Warlocks claim.

And btw, this scene really showcases what a joke Eternity is, and Marvel writing of abstracts in general. They're even more petty then Greek and Roman gods. Like squabbling children.

It says a lot when the supreme protector of creation trusts a mortal to guard absolute power more then one of his fellow cosmic beings.

Galan007
Originally posted by cdtm
Why would Living Tribunal object to Eternity getting the gauntlet, if the gauntlet wasn't more powerful then the Tribunal?

He would have said "sure, whatever, take the thing" otherwise. Or at least denied Warlocks claim.

And btw, this scene really showcases what a joke Eternity is, and Marvel writing of abstracts in general. They're even more petty then Greek and Roman gods. Like squabbling children.

It says a lot when the supreme protector of creation trusts a mortal to guard absolute power more then one of his fellow cosmic beings. Because petulant as he is, Eternity still acquiesced to LT's authority. If Eternity were to gain the IG's ultimate power, his attitude/subservience toward LT might change -- LT didn't want to risk it. Not to mention that LT wasn't even sure if he had enough power to take the IG from Warlock by force, so he kind of *had* to let Adam do his own thing with the gems... The only alternative was engaging in a reality-busting battle that he might not have even won, lol.

That said, even IF we assume LT>IG, the difference between them is marginal at best.

gauntlet o doom
Originally posted by Galan007
That said, even IF we assume LT>IG, the difference between them is marginal at best.

Would it be fair to say that it the Living Tribunal doubted the outcome of the battle against the IG wielder because said wielder was Adam Warlock (someone who had greater knowledge of the gems than even Thanos)? Would the LT had similar doubts if Nebula was the wielder?

Galan007
Most likely.

After all, the power the IG grants is wholly dependent on each user's ability to acclimate with said Godhood -- that's why Nebula and Cap, for example, were FAR less effective with it than others have been. In theory, LT should be able to overcome inept users rather easily, so long as they are not allowed to acclimate with the IG beforehand.

However, notable users like Warlock, Magus, Thanos, etc.(whom were all well-acclimated with the IG) are peers of LT at the very least.

One Big Mob
Originally posted by TethAdamTheRock
^ Wasnt it 3 in each universe That was the implication.

Also it could be argued that the Beyonders actually split LT up which would explain why he's such a pussy now. If you don't want to go into straight up retcon mode anyway.

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