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- Absolute Velocity
- Cosmic Speed
- Godlike Speed
- Infinite Speed
- Perfect Speed
- True Speed
- Ultimate Speed
User can move at speeds that not even the most attuned of beings can grasp and outrun or avoid anything an opponent can use against the user. The user can move at infinite velocities, allowing user to surpass and perceive light speed movements and move at speeds that allow them to move past time and space itself.
- Accelerated Vision
- Accelerated Metabolism
- Accelerated Thought Process
- Dimensional Travel
- Enhanced/Supernatural Agility
- Enhanced/Supernatural Durability
- Enhanced/Supernatural Endurance
- Enhanced/Supernatural Reflexes
- Enhanced/Supernatural/Absolute Stamina
- Flash Step
- G-Force Adaptation
- Hyperspace Travel
- Invisible Speed
- Juggernaut Momentum
- Mobile Invulnerability
- Molecular Oscillation
- Speed Combat
- Speed Strike
- Subspace Travel
- Time Travel
- Unrestricted Movement
- Warping Speed
- Peak Human Speed
- Enhanced Speed
- Supernatural Speed
- Type I: User can travel at or beyond the speed of sound, at a super-sonic level.
- Type II: User can travel at at least Mach 5 and beyond, granting them hyper-to-high hyper sonic speeds.
- Type III: User can travel near, at, or beyond the speed of light.
- Absolute Speed: User can travel infinitely fast.
- Absolute Condition
- Alternate Reality Traveling
- Motion Manipulation
- Supernatural Condition
- Transcendent Physiology
- Warping Speed
- Though their level of speed is limitless, their level of stamina and endurance may be steadily exhausted/drained by their opponents over time.
- If the user allows themselves to accelerate too much, their momentum may become uncontrollable.
- The user is neither Omnipresent nor Nigh Omnipresent.
- May be subject to relativistic effects, such as Time Dilation.