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Posted on Thu Oct 09, 2014 4:09 pm

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Post the most powerful fictional characters you know of (doesn't have to be from anime or manga, just fictional characters), and explain why they are so powerful. Also say the series they are from Gods don't count (example: Arceus, Featherine Augustus Aurora, Deus Ex Machina...) any character classified as a deity doesn't count.


Rika Furude/Frederica Bernkastel, aka Trollkastel, aka Witch of Miracles, aka Most Powerful Witch in the World; from When They Cry

Arguably the most powerful character in the history of fiction. There is almost nothing she can not do. Her attacks are so powerful, the shockwaves from them DESTROY hundreds of UNIVERSES, and she can tank attacks almost as powerful as her own without even looking damaged...

Some of her powers:
Red Truth: Anything she says in red is the absolute truth and no proof is needed for that.
Voyager: She can travel to other dimension, what means, that she can move to a paralel world where things happens in a different way.
Time Travel: She can travel trough time
Cats: She can summon trillions of Killer Cat familiars all at once.
Scythe: Although she doesn't use it often (because she's so powerful, she doesn't even need it), her weapon is a GIANT black scythe. Her Scythe is said to be able to create miracles, and harvest miracles from reality.
Conceptual presence: She cannot be harmed by physical, mental, or spiritual attacks. She also can't be harmed by common magic. She can only be harmed by Magic on the same level, or superior to hers...and for some reason, she can also be harmed by Battler's fist... (which makes no sense at all). Having a Conceptual Presence also means that her attacks cannot be avoided by Physical, Mental, or Spiritual methods. Either you come at her with Conceptual Magic, or you die.
Magic of miracles: She can reset any unfavorable situation creating a miracle, only if the probability to get a favorable situation in the same context but under difference circumstances is different to a probability of 0% (even with a probability of 0,000000001% she can save herself); so even if she is about to be defeated, theoretically, if there was a chance to avoid being defeated. she can use her magic of miracles

Examples of just how powerful she is:

A UNIVERSE EXPLODED inside of her, and, although she almost died from it, she got back up like nothing happened a few minutes later, and won the fight.



INFINITE GALAXIES being born and erased from her attacks

Right when the ridiculous power of her attacks seems like it ended the world...one of her attacks creates another "Big Bang" creating more universes, then another Big Crunch, over and over...

Edit: more examples of how powerful she is:




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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 12:48 pm

http://vsbattles.wikia.com/wiki/Bernkastel

More powers I forgot to mention:

Destructive Capacity: Multiverse level+ (summon a million, a trillion, ten quadrillion cats when fighting with Will, each of cat fought for the very existence of their country, their planet, their universe and this ended in an install, spam Big Bang and Big Crunch with Lambdadelta at City of Books)

Power and Abilities: Reality Warping, magic, cosmic awareness, immortality, space manipulation, gravity manipulation (as shown in ep 5), time manipulation, mystery manipulation, kitties manipulation, kakera (fragment) manipulation, conceptual being, regeneration and resurrection, (can revive whenever she wanted), turn words into reality by using Red Truth and Blue Truth, summoning, multiverse crossing, view a whole universe is nothing more than a single fragment, exists in the world higher than human universe - meta world (view human are nothing more than a chess piece).

Speed: Immeasurable (beyond even massively faster than light speed) (it was stated that trying to hit Bern was like enviously trying to hit the reflection of the moon on water with a stone, her speed was just like this definition)

Range: Multiverse level+ (Screw you, Bern!!!!!!)

Durability: Multiverse level+ (tanked many attacks from Lambdadelta and Battler), regeneration and resurrection makes Bern very hard to kill

Strength: Multiverse level+ (easily destroyed a fragment without any difficulty)

Stamina: Endless (fought with Lambdadelta, Battler and Ange one after another and showed no signs of tiredness)

Standard Equipment: A dark black scythe that harvest miracles from reality.

Intelligence: an excellent troll, knew how to troll people perfectly.

@jj: No, she is not a deity. There is an actual Deity in the series, that makes Rika look completely powerless, and Rika is actually scared of her. Rika is a Witch, not a deity.

And, regardless of how a brain tumor is classified, if its not Conceptual, it can't hurt her at all. She wouldn't be able to get a cancer in the first place, because it's not Conceptual, and if she did somehow get it: her Magic of Miracles abillity.



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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 12:51 pm

Hamlet would cause Rika's brain to malfunction Wink .



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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:06 pm

@Skitoritto wrote:Hamlet would cause Rika's brain to malfunction Wink .
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Details please? What's that, and how?



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@jj: No, she is not a deity. There is an actual Deity in the series, that makes Rika look completely powerless, and Rika is actually scared of her. Rika is a Witch, not a deity.

There are gods and there are more powerful gods, but gods are gods. However your series classifies it, this argument of conceptual presence is something that can only define rika as a deity. This is by english, and english is the law of fiction.





Also, you want another character more powerful than Rika?




Atticus Finch, from the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird".


How is someone with no magical powers in a realistic novel a more powerful character than anyone mentioned so far in this thread, you ask?

Because they have a real world impact.


The character of Atticus Finch, a man who stood up for black rights and tried to get a fair trial for an innocent man, has changed more real people's lives worldwide than you could possibly imagine, in the past, present, and future, the overall effect from which will never stop carrying over from generation to generation.

What is more powerful in fiction than a real world impact? I would say there is nothing. Every dimension that Rika Furude has control over is made up and invented. The true power of fiction is to affect people in the real world. Make a character as strong as you like, it still won't be as powerful as Atticus Finch until it has changed the entire world.



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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:12 pm

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@Skitoritto wrote:Hamlet would cause Rika's brain to malfunction Wink .
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Details please? What's that, and how?
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No, go read Hamlet!



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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:16 pm

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@jj: No, she is not a deity. There is an actual Deity in the series, that makes Rika look completely powerless, and Rika is actually scared of her. Rika is a Witch, not a deity.

There are gods and there are more powerful gods, but gods are gods. However your series classifies it, this argument of conceptual presence is something that can only define rika as a deity. This is by english, and english is the law of fiction.





Also, you want another character more powerful than Rika?




Atticus Finch, from the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird".


How is someone with no magical powers in a realistic novel a more powerful character than anyone mentioned so far in this thread, you ask?

Because they have a real world impact.


The character of Atticus Finch, a man who stood up for black rights and tried to get a fair trial for an innocent man, has changed more real people's lives worldwide than you could possibly imagine, in the past, present, and future, the overall effect from which will never stop carrying over from generation to generation.

What is more powerful in fiction than a real world impact? I would say there is nothing. Every dimension that Rika Furude has control over is made up and invented. The true power of fiction is to affect people in the real world. Make a character as strong as you like, it still won't be as powerful as Atticus Finch until it has changed the entire world.
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@jj: by "I dare you to name a character more powerful than Rika" I meant a character that can defeat her in a battle.
The character you named is indeed "powerful", as you put it, and fits the topic for most powerful fictional characters, but doesn't fit my challenge for someone to name a character that can defeat Rika.



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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:22 pm

Give it 200 years. Noone will know who Rika is. To Kill A Mockingbird will always be a classic. Atticus Finch will outlive Rika. I call that a victory.



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Posted on Fri Oct 10, 2014 1:30 pm

@jjh927 wrote:Give it 200 years. Noone will know who Rika is. To Kill A Mockingbird will always be a classic. Atticus Finch will outlive Rika. I call that a victory.
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*sigh* I'm talking about a fictional battle for life or death between two fictional characters...reality has nothing to do with it. What you're saying is completely irrelevant.

Anyway, the reason I created this thread was cuz I wanted to bring "vs battles" here, and needed a good amount of powerful characters to start it off. Basically, a "vs battle" would be someone makes a thread titled "*insert char name here* vs *insert char name here*" and we'd debate over who would win the battle, and how. Every time the conclussion would be that a char would win, that char would gain 1 point, and go up in the char rankings...

Sounds fun doesn't it? And since Rika is so ridiculously powerful, I'd probably either ban her Witch form, or ban Conceptual Presence.



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