The only being in creation who was > Thanos /w/ IG, was LT... Who, even now, is a fully multiversal(or omniversal, depending which comic's verbiage you opt to use) power. That said, it was still implied that LT would have been hard-pressed to defeat the IG outright -- their battle would have laid waste to creation, at the very least. Hell, they almost came off as peers. /shrug
We also saw an incomplete IG(it didn't even have the reality gem, ffs) casually manipulate the energies of the UN to its whim -- and those energies have been used on a multiversal scale. Same incomplete IG was >> 5 CCUs, and capable of merging/amalgamating entire universes. Etc.
Again, I simply believe the IG has a greater overall depth of power.
Last edited by Galan007 on Nov 20th, 2016 at 08:27 PM
I personally find that to be one hell of a stretch. That whenever world is mentioned in regards to Zeno it means the entire Dragonball Multiverse. I could accept it being related to maybe the universe, still stretchy when we actually see there is something remaining after Zeno decide to use his powers.
Who is this Herms98?
I'll just like to point out the the Mad Celestials have been confirmed as being equal in powerlevel to the 616 Celestials, so them merging and oneshotting Galactus I don't find farfetched, as for the scope. That varies on writer and what he wants to portray. But while Galactus might be portrayed in various situations, high and low, the Classic IG and the UN doesn't have, as far as I recall a single instance of a low showing. The UN isn't shown as being inconsistent though, the object, characters or whatever it targets gets nullified, erased from existance. All that seems to matter to the UN is the scope. Nullify a planet doesn't seem different then wiping out a universe where the UN is concerned.
I just called it as in the anime, some sort of erasing effect.
...Which in turn means the classic IG was ~ to an omniversal power.
Listen, I don't mind the opinion that Zeno wins -- I just want to know how. I have provided quite a bit of on-panel evidence to support my stance that the IG is superior(and can provide even more if need be.) Now it's your turn.
Last edited by Galan007 on Nov 21st, 2016 at 12:20 AM
And just so everyone is aware, the Beyond Realm resides entirely outside the prime multiverse/omniverse: http://i.imgur.com/fAtNgGg.jpg
*That's how we can be sure the actuality ripple transcended the whole of creation.
Aside from the scope/scale of its power, the IG also allowed for absolute mastery over every facet of creation -- that's why its wielders were repeatedly referred to as "God" and such: (please log in to view the image)
*One example of many.
Like I keep saying: the IG's depth of power just seems to be far superior. Zeno's ability to destroy a few-dozen universes doesn't mean a whole lot by comparison. But again, that is just my opinion. I am totally open for a cohesive argument for Zeno, though.
Last edited by Galan007 on Nov 21st, 2016 at 03:08 AM
However, it's not really fair for me to make any argument here. I personally don't really know much about the IG war arc in Marvel, so I don't want to come off as biased here.
Anyway, from what you're posting Galan, I would definitely give the fight to Thanos at this point. The Omni-King is definitely coming up though. He's already at multiversal level, and that's casual for him. We'll just have to wait and see how powerful he truly is, if he even has any limits.
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