But Thanos is always an exception when it comes to harnessing supreme power. Not just anyone could have used a Cube to the same degree.
Magus used his 5 CCU's to create a duplicate reality, so with 30 CCU's we can assume that HE could have made 6 duplicate realities.
If Thanos would have had 30 CCU's then he alone might have been able to make 30 duplicate realities. But remember, his force of will and thirst for power is MUCH greater then most other beings. Thanos has shown that he, through force of will, can harness powers that were thought impossible to fully wield. (THOTI for instance).
Thanos isn't really a good "control" character to use. Especially when we are talking about what he can and has accomplished with power supreme.
Last edited by Galan007 on Jan 11th, 2007 at 02:33 PM
True, 1 Cube has the potential to create a universe, but that doesn't mean that just anyone could have exploited The Cosmic Egg's power to create 30 universes. Thanos is defiantly the exception when it comes to that area.
That's why I'm sticking with what Magus did with 5 Cubes, in my equation.
Last edited by Galan007 on Jan 11th, 2007 at 03:39 PM
Thanos is the only being who was able to become one with the universe while in possession of a single Cube. So a Cube CAN do this but only with a will as strong as Thanos's (and there are very few who possess a will that strong).
Magus had 5 CCU's, so as far as I'm concerned, that's how many he needed in order to create a duplicate actuality. If he could have created another actuality with one CCU, I'm sure he would have done so.
However the onlookers choose to look at it is fine with me, but I'd rather have this argument fade out now. I don't want to spam my thread any longer.
Not quite....IG makes you God in a sense that you have power over multiple universes...
It depends what your concept of the term of God is....
The true Supreme Being of Marvel is definately TOAA, no doubt, no questions asked....That is why his representative, The Living Tribunal, is above the IG.
However, TOAA is the comic book writer...that makes the comic book writer "God", and that means that God is really a mortal man with flaws, geeky comic book ideas, and bills to pay
So, technically, within Marvel, if a being possesses the IG, then he or she IS God....because he or she is truly infinite within thier respective existances.
Somehow, I get the feeling that Thanos calling himself God offends you because it contradicts your own religious beleifs...i hope this isn't the case, because this is getting really annoying staring with Juntai
I think your taking the term God a bit litteral. I mean beings like Thor, Odin, Zeus, and Hercules are considered Gods, as was Thanos /w/ IG. But we both know that even though all of them are considered Gods, there is a decisive gap in power between them.
The IG has total control over multiple universes, but what are multiple universes when compared to the power of the true God?
But lets squash this debate so the IG scans don't get burried.
"He sees himself Victorious over me, DESTROYING ME, as must certainly happen ANY moment Now." (Remember, Strange had ALL of his talismans/artifacts, yet Warlock owned him with only the Power Gem): (please log in to view the image)
Warlock always knew the outcome of this "battle", so he stopped himself before he destroyed Strange along with the rest of the Universe: (please log in to view the image)
(thx Mr M)
Last edited by Galan007 on Jan 12th, 2007 at 06:38 PM