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There Is No Character Above Multiversal, Prove Me Wrong

Created by SirSpidey, 3 y 3 mo 19 d ago.

According to the comics, there is no character above Multiversal. If you disagree, by all means, prove, using the comics, that there is a character above Multiversal

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TheNemianLion
TheNemianLion 3 y 3 mo 18 d
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Well... There is a being above the Multiverse... And that being... IS LINUS!... Also known as... SILAS! SILAS CARMACK!
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TheNemianLion
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Yes, easily.
SirSpidey
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Why am I Linus?
soratoumiga
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Me and some people here, mainly @LordTracer, use the terms outerverse, hyperverse, complex multiverse and absolute infinity. And why? Because it helps us orientate about some character's range, destructive capability and attack potency. It's better to have as many terms as you possibly can, such as high multiverse, low multiverse, low hyperverse etc, so that you can know which character is stronger than the other one. You might not "recognize" those terms, but they do still exist, and are better than just one term aka "multiverse":
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TheSuspect666
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Yup
SirSpidey
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Still doesn't change the fact that there is no character above Multiversal. The terms "Outerverse", "Hypervere", etc. aren't even words! They aren't even in the dictionary! So yes, they DO NOT exist. They were pulled out of the a** by some random kid from the internet and put on a Fandom wiki page. They are not reliable in the slightest way which means you cannot use them and act as if we are suppose to take you seriously. Once a single comic book writer uses the terms you mentioned above, then can you say they are reliable. Until then, those terms DO NOT exist
TheSuspect666
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Anti-Monitor destroy infinite Multiverse.
Beings like Lucifer,Michael Death are Outversal
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SirSpidey
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In which comic did Anti-Monitor destroy infinite Multiverses? There is no such thing as an "Outerverse"
TheSuspect666
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*Outverse
TheSuspect666
TheSuspect666 3 y 3 mo 18 d
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Omniverse is the biggest i think
TheSuspect666
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Crisis on infinite Earts.
SirSpidey
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There is no such thing as an "Outverse." An Omniverse is another word for Multiverse. That is a comic series. I need a comic
TheSuspect666
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I don't understand ;D you need prove for something beggire than multiverse?
SirSpidey
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Yes. I am tired of people saying a character is Outerversal, etc.
TheSuspect666
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Ok i will see what i can find. I also don't understand these ,,verse'' thing ;D @LordTracer can explain better
TheSuspect666
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@SirSpidey http://alldimensions.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Verse You can read here
SirSpidey
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No, @LordTracer cannot explain s***. He gets his scaling from what some random kid from the internet pulled out of his ass and put on a Fandom wiki page, like what you sent me just now. It is not based off of the comics whatsoever
TheSuspect666
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This is COMICS there can be even ,,hotdogverse,, One-Above-All, The Presence etc. are more than multiversal. @Spidey you say Thor destroy a multiverse right? If he destroy the multiverse then he should be dead..... I already send you a link see it. (hope you understand this broken english)
SirSpidey
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But there's not. Can you prove, using the comics, that The One Above All and the Presence are more than a Multiverse? The answer is NO, because there is literally no one above Multiversal. No, Rune King Thor would not be dead because he is the supreme being of his Multiverse. I already saw your link. It is what some random kid from the internet pulled out of his a** and put on a Fandom wiki page, which is not reliable at all
windshadow
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TOAA. He rules the multiverse, thus making him above multiversal level. Also the 'Ultimator' who is the embodiment of the 10th dimension. 10th dimension>Multiversal
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SirSpidey
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Ruling the Multiverse would make you Multiversal. Just because a king rules a castle, it does not mean he is above it. That would make zero sense. What is the 10th Dimension and why is it above a Multiverse?
windshadow
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I'm not that good in explaining dimensions and universes but here I go. The Ultimator is what can be, what should be, what would be, what might be and what is. It feeds on 5th dimensional imps and devours entire dimensions to satisfy its hunger. By my knowledge the Multiverse is 4th or 5th dimensional. Again I'm not that good when it comes to this stuff but you can ask @Tracer if you want.
SirSpidey
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In which comic does it say that the Ultimator is "what can be, what should be, what would be, what might be, and what is?" In which comic does it say that the Multiverse is comprised of only 4 or 5 Dimensions? I have already spoken with @LordTracer about this subject and completely destroyed him
windshadow
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In New Year's Evil: Mr. Mxyzptlk Vol 1 1 . Um I'll work more on the 4-5 dimension and multiverse thing later. Also I don't care about your personal opinion on a debate you had with @Tracer.
SirSpidey
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In which page? I'm just saying, if you think @LordTracer can explain it better than you, but I already destroyed him...what do you think will happen in our debate? So I think you should care
windshadow
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https://powerlisting.wikia.com/wiki/File:Ultimator.jpg
SirSpidey
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Okay? How does that apply to your argument?
windshadow
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That picture shows it is the 10th dimension and is superior to all other dimensions. It is what can be, what should be, what would be, what might be - and what is, of course. It is the material manifestation of implicate/explicate reality. It's destiny is to ingest all other realities and lifeforms. It already consumed 4 dimensions. It is unfazed by the might of 5D Imps and eats them(http://i.imgur.com/za5GIqh.jpg and http://i.imgur.com/sr46x4s.jpg). It destroyed 3 comic book universes(https://imgur.com/a/2QYkp and https://imgur.com/a/T0CxK and https://imgur.com/a/HQgRF).
SirSpidey
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How does being the embodiment of a single Dimension mean that Ultimator is above Mutiversal? As for your out of context scans, Ultimator did not destroy 3 Universes, which isn't even impressive at all. He just defeated a group of heroes in 3 different Universes
ElectroSpino
ElectroSpino 3 y 3 mo 19 d
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Death of the Endless, she outlived the destruction of the Multiverse. https://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11115/111154942/4146639-9275559381-66109.jpg
Also Azathoth from the Chthuhu Mthos, it's stated that all of existence is his dream (existence as in multiverse, since it's stated that any Outer God can see an infinitely layered world with infinite possibilities, or a Mulitverse). The Outer Gods are Multiversal, and he is above them, as he created them.
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SirSpidey
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- Death of The Endless: Oh, so a Universe all of a sudden turns into a Multiverse!? Seriously? Yeah no, that is not going to cut it. According to your out of context scan, Death of The Endless is only Universal in power
- Azathoth: Any proof or just empty statements?
ElectroSpino
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This is from here: A Death Gallery #1, anyways there is only one Death of the Endless, not one per universe, she left the multiverse (called Universe, because to her theres no real difference) after she killed Destiny of the endless (Again only one in the multiverse, Destiny is pretty much the idea of passage through life, but he represents the multiverse passage, could be argued as the embodiement of time.) https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-INBo_COWvFI/WTUYuFOek8I/AAAAAAAAAt4/iBXnd2F6rJoefY4bQ7EeZzjnCnx6kcgiACLcB/s1600/byedestiny.png She kills him in The Books of Magic Vol. 1, #4, In that scan is says the End of everything, this means the multiverse. I will have second reply because Azathoth is from books and poems, and the quotes can be kind of long.
ElectroSpino
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Here's a google doc, as the quotes are to long to post: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eBpIZlPImXhqjAQVegF6cwq3-DD8gHDXuT7quguaOoY/edit?usp=sharing
SirSpidey
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- Death of The Endless: In which comic is it stated that there is only one Death of The Endless? And you are never going to convince me that a Universe equals a Multiverse. Just completely forget about that argument because it is going to get you absolutely nowhere. As for your scan, considering the fact that she was there "for the Universe", I think it is safe to say that when Destiny of The Endless said, "We called ourselves the Endless; but only two of us are left, here at the end of everything", he was referring to the end of the Universe because that was the subject that the two characters were discussing. The factual basis of my argument is further cemented in the truth whenever Death of The Endless said, "I'm sorry. I can't let either of you stay here and watch. You see, this really is it. The UNIVERSE is over." This suggests that the end of everything is confined in the space of one singular Universe
- Azathoth: As for your first quote, I don't understand. Where in that entire quote does it say that Azathoth is Multiversal. All it says is that Azathoth is, "...that shocking final peril which gibbers unmentionably outside the ordered universe..." Okay? How does that make him Multiversal? All that means is that he transcends a singular Universe which would make him Universal in power. Also, where does it say that Azathoth is more powerful than the Other Gods? I don't see it anywhere. As for your second quote, how does this suggest that he is Multiversal? I don't understand. As for your third quote, how does this suggest that he is Multiversal? I don't understand. As for your fourth quote, aright, so he gave a few Universes it's law. How does that make him Multiversal? I don't understand
ElectroSpino
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https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2014/08/18/the-map-of-the-multiverse Here is an official guide to the multiverse. Here it proves that the is only one realm of Dream, therefore only one Dream of the Endless. Also Death can travel across multiverses as seen here: https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-72cae0ebbb00346d49a0dbe8d3bcf3d7.webp I've also updated the google doc with explanations, and further proof, because I didn't account for you not understanding.
SirSpidey
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- As for your link, that is not canon. There isn't even the New 52 Earth, also known as Prime Earth, so this is not a reliable piece of evidence. Try again. Also, not that it matters, where does it say that there is only one realm of Dream? Also, why are we talking about Dream of The Endless? Since when did he come into play?
- As for your out of context scan, in which comic does this happen in? Plus, how does that prove that Death of The Endless travels across Multiverses?
- As for the first 'Through The Gates of The Silver Key' quote, how does that quote prove that he is referencing a Multiverse when he says "Universe?" You do understand that there can be infinite Dimensions inside a single Universe, right?
- As for 'The Whisperer in Darkness' quote, how does that quote prove that he is referencing a Multiverse when he says "Universe?"
- As for the second 'Through The Gates of The Silver Key' quote, how does that quote prove that he is referencing a Multiverse when he says "Universe?"
- As for 'The Dunwich Horror' quote, how does that quote prove that he is referencing a Multiverse when he says "Universe?"
- As for the 'Family Tree of Azathoth', that is the race of Elders, not Outer gods. Plus, just because you are the ruler of a race, does not mean you are more powerful than all of them or that you are above all of them. the gods of Asgard are a prime example of this. Odin is the ruler of the gods of Asgard, but Thor is more powerful than him
ElectroSpino
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Well I was talking about Dream, since he powerscales with Death, as they are both of the endless (and that is New 52, It was realeased when New 52 came put for new 52). The Elder Gods are the Outer Gods, please pic up a book that is not Thor or Captain America. This quote: A gate had been unlocked &;not indeed theĀ Ultimate Gate, but one leading from earth and time to that extension of earth which is outside time, and from which in turn the Ultimate Gate leads fearsomely and perilously to the Last Void which is outside all earths, all universes, and all matter. Says there are multiple Earths and the otheres prove an Infinite amount of them, If your not intelligent enough for the quotes than my bad, but clearly you're misinterpreting them, or are to narrow minded to admit defeat. (Or go on the Azathoth respect thread I have in the doc at the end for furthor opinions/proof from people who understand this even better than I do)
SirSpidey
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Still doesn't change the fact that Prime Earth isn't on the map, which means the map is not reliable. No, I am not going to read some demonic H.P. Lovecraft Satan worshiping s***. What H.P. Lovecraft writes is what people who are always high think about all day. It is sickening to the stomach to read. In which twisted passage of H.P. Lovecraft's writing is it stated that the race of Elders are the Outer gods? "Admit defeat"!? What the f*** are you talking about? I asked you a simple question and you were incapable of answering it. It is not my fault that you don't even understand anything you are referencing. Okay, there are multiple Universes in the Cthulhu Mythos. How does that prove that H.P. Lovecraft is referencing a Multiverse when he says "Universe?"
ElectroSpino
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*sigh* how is any human like this unironically. here is the definition of a multiverse: "an infinite realm of being or potential being of which the universe is regarded as a part or instance." Literally proved with this quote "The world of men and of the gods of men is merely an infinitesimal phase of an infinitesimal thing, the three-dimensional phase of that small wholeness reached by the First Gate" and "Even now I absolutely refuse to believe what he implied about the constitution of ultimate infinity, the juxtaposition of dimensions, and the frightful position of our known cosmos of space and time". If you don't believe me look at any other source, or speak to someone who's knowledgeable. Just because it's not the traditional comic version (Infinite variations) does not mean it's not a multiverse. Please open your mind a little. "Yuggoth, Great Cthulhu, Tsathoggua, Yog-Sothoth, R'lyeh, Nyarlathotep, Azathoth, Hastur, Yian, Leng, the Lake of Hali, Bethmoora, the Yellow Sign, L'mur-Kathulos, Bran, and the Magnum Innominandumā€”and was drawn back through nameless aeons and inconceivable dimensions to worlds of elder, outer entity at which the crazed author of the Necronomicon had only guessed in the vaguest way" (Whispers in Darkness). All of these are described to speak to Azathoth (meaning outside the verse, thus Outer Gods)