Bhunivelze is galactic or universal at max. Not nearly nigh omnipotent.
@takashichea: Dream is right on Haruka though, when he said she did not belong on the thread. Haruka is vastly inferior to Featherine in skill and experience of using the powers. It is for example possible for someone like Doctor Strange to easily subdue Haruka, who is a mere child in comparison to the likes of Franklin Richards who was still aware as a child of his powers, even to the point of creating entire universes. Haruka can destroy or rather erase multiversal entities, like she did Noein, however she would still struggle against older and nastier foes like Mad Jim Jaspers and the likes. Therefore, I am really in agreenment with Dream that she doesn't belong on the banned list.
She's not just able to erase multiversal entites; she restored all the universes that had been destroyed/absorbed. Noein had more experience than her, but he didn't stand a chance. By that point she had complete control over her powers.
@5th: Galactus is casually above universal beings and can take on several Celestials at one (each Celestial is low to mid multiversial). Dark Schneider, by is current feats, is either galactic or universal. Impressive, but not as strong as Galactus.
Though Dark Schneider would probably take it after Galactus chokes to death on the Naruto-planet.
wasnt that impressive to me. midora alone is a multi planet buster with a nice degree of hax.
clearly im not aware of something team 2 has.
Midora has the potential to do that, but has yet to have feats on that level.
The flamboyant one and the abomination should win this.
@Kuma_From_Argentina: So there aren't many AAA games developed in Argentina? There aren't many here in Australia either, so our game industry also trends towards mobile/indie games (most of them don't survive, and the government made cuts to the video game industry funds a few months back). There are some AAA developers around though, doing stuff (guess where LA Noire came from, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is coming from).
What programs do you use?
@Supreme Marvel said:
Anything from Grant is worth it for me. I think I've enjoyed everything I've read of his.
Did you read Sandman before reading Lucifer?
Some knowledge. I'm from Liverpool, England. The writer of Lucifer, Mike Carey is also from my area. :D Boom!
I mean to read more of him, I've read Animal Man. That ending, eh?
I've read half of Sandman, so it makes sense (so far).
Cool! Have you met him?!
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (Xbox 36)
Devil Survivor 2 (Nintendo DS)
YAY! The game I helped to develop got a gameplay trailer!
You develop games?! Ooh! I'm studying to enter that industry too!