The Most Powerful Fictional Character Ever?

86 Dwarf Hunter
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Dr. Manhattan. Hands down.
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90 Pandaren Warrior
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Haruhi Suzumiya

If you know who she is, you know what I'm talking about.

Let us not forget Yuki Nagato, who is powerful in her own right.
But yes, I vote Haruhi.
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100 Troll Warlock
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Isn't it obvious?
The answer is simple







Gogeta in ss4.
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91 Night Elf Druid
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Trigon the Terrible.
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52 Human Warlock
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Uh yeah, no one comes close to Son Goku (Dragon Ball)
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kael
Edited by Kabookiejoe on 8/10/2011 2:24 AM PDT
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84 Blood Elf Warlock
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Fistandantilus

or some god like character from anything. Takhisis perhaps
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90 Night Elf Druid
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Rand al'Thor, or probably any of the Forsaken from the Wheel of Time.
Any of Lovecraft's Great Old Ones.
Goku is definitely up there.
Manji from Blade of the Immortal.
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85 Undead Priest
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Maybe not the most powerful of all-time, but Raistlin Majere was always my favorite.
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100 Night Elf Death Knight
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Are we talking translation stats or raw, unfettered power?

If it's raw power, then the Infinite Tribunal, Galactus and Death from Marvel are at about the same range of power, overall.

And the H. G. Wells pantheon, the one he wrote about, has more power strength than raw stats, last I checked. Also, they are still easier to defeat than the above three.
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85 Night Elf Hunter
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Are we talking translation stats or raw, unfettered power?

If it's raw power, then the Infinite Tribunal, Galactus and Death from Marvel are at about the same range of power, overall.

And the H. G. Wells pantheon, the one he wrote about, has more power strength than raw stats, last I checked. Also, they are still easier to defeat than the above three.


The Beyonder should be as powerful if not more then they are.
Edited by Klockor on 8/10/2011 11:01 AM PDT
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100 Night Elf Death Knight
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Are we talking translation stats or raw, unfettered power?

If it's raw power, then the Infinite Tribunal, Galactus and Death from Marvel are at about the same range of power, overall.

And the H. G. Wells pantheon, the one he wrote about, has more power strength than raw stats, last I checked. Also, they are still easier to defeat than the above three.


The Beyonder should be as powerful if not more then they are.


True, however I noticed in another thread a retcon occurred so I'm not certain where he is in terms of actual stats. His powers on the other hand may or may not have changed as well, so that's why I left him out.
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90 Orc Hunter
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08/09/2011 06:05 PMPosted by Hixson
Dr. Manhattan. Hands down.

Probably not. Manhattan is a matter manipulator, rather than a reality manipulator like most ridiculously powerful fictional beings.
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85 Undead Warlock
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White Phoenix of the Crown(basically Jean Grey in God-mode) 2nd to that of the creator(meaning Stan Lee I assume) >.>

Marvel Universe


^^^This

She beat the Beyonder into submission basically and offered him his powers back ^-^
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85 Tauren Hunter
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Pre-Crisis Superman.... Dude could move planets, move faster than light, genius intelligence, and hypnotism. He's not the ole punk Superman who can barely move a Mini-Cooper.
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