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  • Is it possible for a telepath to beat a reality warper ? 

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    • I doubt it

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    • Previously, Wanda, aka the Scarlet Witch, was mentally unstable, so she was susceptible to mental attacks. That is the only case I can think of where a Telepath can beat a Reality Warper. 

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    • Depends is the telepath only able to talk into and hear others minds or can they plant ideas and change how someone mentally precieves things? If they can do the second one just make the reality warper think they are doing it to someone else but really doing nothing or doing it to themselves..

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    • that would be an interesting fight

      master of the physical vs master of the mental

      both able to change anything in their respective domains

      i think it would be a matter of who strikes first

      a reality warper could destroy the body instantly

      a mind warper could destroy the mind instantly

      flip a coin

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    • now i have two questions thats been niggling me: one is who wud win out of a spatial manipulator or a holy light manipulator (keep in mind that the holy light one is a deity like asura's wrath and the spatial one is a nephilem) and two is if the same deity of holy light combined halo generation, light form and light wings together to make a new form, how powerful would that form be and what would be his possibilities (he's black btw lol)

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    • Holy light because you will be able to stop a spatial manipulator

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    • Just an idea. If they can physically manifest their thoughts in the real world via telepathy, they might have a shot at the reality wraper.

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    • Well I suppose a telepath might be able to hold a reality warper at bay but only if the telepath was exceptionally power (like Jean Grey or stronger still) or the reality warper was really inexperienced. Outside of that a reality warper could just warp the telepath into either outer space or (if the telepath could survive the perils of space) into a black hole.

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    • MJM1035 wrote:
      Outside of that a reality warper could just warp the telepath into either outer space or (if the telepath could survive the perils of space) into a black hole.

      Why in outter space or in a black hole where death wouldn't be instantaneous when they could just reality warp them out of existence instead?

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    • That's quite simple. A reality warper could just use their powers to erase the telepath from existence but in the instant before they do so the telepath would hav a chance (albeit an infinitesmall one) to intercept the thought (because no matter how powerful or advanced a being the reality warper is they would require a thought process and the will to destroy the telepath) and cancel it out. If the reality warper warps the telepath into space or a black hole both are subject to the laws of nature (which while a reality warper can twist them will still be present albeit just in a altered form). Besides even if the telepath somehow were to survive consumption by a black hole (which is UNLIKELY to say the very least) they would be unable to escape (unless one follows that logic of the movie Interstellar, ie that black holes are just portals to higher dimensions created by unimaginably advnanced beings) and would very likely be annihilated by the cosmic matter and immeasureable amounts of chaotic energy inside the black hole.

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    • I have devoted the mental equivalent of lifetimes thinking of every power, ability, enhancement, alteration (beneficial, harmful, and parasitic), and so on and considering how they might work, how they might/could arise, their advantages and disadvantages, their strengths and weaknesses, and how to stop someone who had one or more of them. I will admit some would be trickier to stop than others but all have a weakness in them somewhere (in fact more often than not how a power arises and its source are the best clues to how to counter it). Even so called absolute powers are not truly absolute. Nothing is truly absolute. I do not claim to have thought of everything with regard to every possible power, ability, and so on (no one is that thorough).

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    • MJM1035 wrote:

      That's quite simple. A reality warper could just use their powers to erase the telepath from existence but in the instant before they do so the telepath would hav a chance (albeit an infinitesmall one) to intercept the thought (because no matter how powerful or advanced a being the reality warper is they would require a thought process and the will to destroy the telepath) and cancel it out.

      Intercepting the thought and processing would require time for the telepath to do by which the reality warping would have already occurred unless they also had Accelerated Thought Process. If the telepath can intercept the thought to use reality warping in anyway and prevent the power from manifesting, then whatever course of action the reality warper intends to take is rendered irrelevant as the telepath wins every time, not because of Telepathy, but because Accelerated Thought Process allowed them to outspeed their opponent which cannot be considered valid because this thread is about Reality Warping vs Telepathy, not Reality Warping vs Telepathy + Accelerated Thought Process.

      If the reality warper warps the telepath into space or a black hole both are subject to the laws of nature (which while a reality warper can twist them will still be present albeit just in a altered form). Besides even if the telepath somehow were to survive consumption by a black hole (which is UNLIKELY to say the very least) they would be unable to escape and would very likely be annihilated by the cosmic matter and immeasureable amounts of chaotic energy inside the black hole.

      I never insinuated that the telepath was not subject to physical laws or that they could survive, I said that their death would not be instantaneous, especially in outter space since they would take between two and three minutes to die of suffocation, leaving them plenty of time to mentally kill the reality warper, thus making themselves the victor of the confrontation.
      And what even is chaotic energy and cosmic matter and how do we know what's inside a black hole?


      My question was to point out that warping the opponent out of existence is an instantaneous alternative that would not leave the slightest chance for a counterattack as opposed to exposing them to dangerous natural phenomena.

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    • Unlikely, but one can get in yan's head & distract em for a bit.

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    • likely, fiction can do everything (but not the real world, so much of a boring life there anyways,)

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    • It really depends on level. I mean, a low tier reality warper likely couldn't be a high tier psychopotent you know what I mean? Whilst a alpha reality user would be able to easily handle a psychic communicator.

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