Dormammu (MCU)
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Dormammu (MCU)

Dormammu

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Clint_Barton
Clint_Barton 11 mo 28 d
Dormammu (MCU)
1 year member
@Galactus or @DarkProdigy Can I edit him?
Powers should be:
* Magic
* Energy Blasts: he used them to kill Dr Strange
* Matter Manipulation/Telekinesis: He killed Dr Strange by the ground under him
* Reality Warping: Dormammu can warp reality in his own Dimension. He also did it on earth too.
* Dimensional Travel: well, he travelled from Dark Dimension to Dr Strange's.
* Higher Dimensional Manipulation: He can do it in his own Dimension
* Immortality
* Super Strength/Durability
* Toxin and Disase Resistance
* Animations
* Darkforce Manipulation
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Last edited: 11 mo 28 d ago.
soulcollecter34
soulcollecter34 1 y 6 mo 16 d
Dormammu (MCU)
3 year member
When you think about it, Dormammu is one of the most powerful MCU characters. Dr. Strange, with the power of the time stone, got one-shotted by Dormammu multiple times in a short while with no effort. The time stone has 1/6th the power of the Infinity Gauntlet, which in the MUC is half universal based on feats (the snap) and can easily be inferred to at least be universal at it's full power. And if that's the case, then Dormammu is at the very least 1/6th universal if not more, and that is without any outside sources of power other than his own. I can't think of any villain, or character in general that is above that, except Thanos with the Infinity gauntlet. But I could be completely wrong, it's just something to think about.
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soulcollecter34
soulcollecter34 1 y 6 mo 16 d
Dormammu (MCU)
3 year member
And he did this casually, might I add.
AkhilPDX
AkhilPDX 1 y 6 mo 16 d
Dormammu (MCU)
3 year member
That's nice to think about it, but Strange wasn't really using the stone to defend himself, by like, creating shields out of the stone itself.
soulcollecter34
soulcollecter34 1 y 6 mo 16 d
Dormammu (MCU)
3 year member
That's a fair point, but the time stone, at least from my knowledge doesn't create any force fields, only affects the aspect of time. But he was using it to resurrect himself instants before he died, so he did technically use the power of it, but that doesn't really count as a durability feat. It's still impressive regardless imo.
AkhilPDX
AkhilPDX 1 y 6 mo 15 d
Dormammu (MCU)
3 year member
Well, yeah, the movie Time Stone probably doesn't, but the comic Infinity Stones are kind of like a Lantern ring. They can individually do anything that relates to their name, I guess. The Time Stone can probably create shields if you really want it to. Like, the Soul Stone can probably "see" into someone's soul, and read the conscience. Kind of like how the Mind Stone can read minds or use telepathy. IDK.