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1. Ice Power
i guess that's why they call you Iceman xD
Not in a certain order :ImmortalityFlyingInfinite strengthInfinite speedThe ability to create everything that I imagine Controlling time Controlling spaceControlling every beingControlling death( bringing back to life beings and kill them)The ability to develop everything about me to infinity .
Well mate, I would froze your brain soo you can spend eternity like plant. xD
8. Have balls
You really, really don't want to have those sorts of powers. Being almost omnipotent is not something meant for we mere mortals. The human brain can't cope with that sort of strength. Seriously, even in the realms of fiction, most characters who attain that kind of strength -- provided the work is more serious at least -- tend to lose their shit along with their touch with reality. Humans are much too transient a species to cope with the notion of being God.Most superpowers, in the real world, would be either a double-edged sword or an utter monkey's paw. This is just a flat out bad idea.
Well ...it was a top ten ..so I had to add more things that I wanted ...But the ones I would want the most would be certainly immortality and the ability to develop everything about me to infinity ... I want to achieve so many things that can't be done in a hundred years and that probably are limited by the human body ...Well ..usually all my dreams are impossible to achieve in a life's span ( well ..usually my dreams don't have an end , that's why I said the thing with infinity lol)...I simply don't like normal goals . I mean ..ye ..it's all good and shit when you're the best on the planet at a certain thing ...let's say brake the world record for non-stop pushups (around 10.000), ...but ..you're still on human level.....want to go beyond that , do a million ... Well ..I guess that's the reason I usually quit on my dreams lol ...a hundred years aren't enough ..especially when you add to that ..ageing ..
Come on, dont take everything serious. Use imagination..
Someone has to be the voice of reason. I am using my imagination, I'm just not looking at dreams and desires through rose-colored glasses. Sometimes the things we want the most we're better off not having.For instance, I'm a perfectionist. I'd love to be able to "reset" time, so that if I did something wrong, I could just go back to a point where I can fix it, like resetting a video game. But I also realize that because I'm a perfectionist, I'd probably be stuck in a Groundhog Day type of loop, constantly trying to make things turn out perfectly. I am using my imagination -- I'm using them to think of what the logical consequences are.
Everything in this world happens with reason, nothing is pointless:)
Do you ever stop to think that being the best is an empty goal? If you just have everything you want handed to your on a silver platter by superpowers, what else is there to achieve? What is there to keep striving for after you can do a thousand times more push-ups than anyone who ever lived? When you're at the top, there's nothing left worth striving for.Also, immortality is a pretty damn bad idea in general. I can understand the sentiment of thinking that life's too short -- I've thought it myself too many times. I mean, hell, I've lived about a fifth of my life this far and it's only downhill from there, but after a certain point, life isn't going to be worth living. I see the elderly people around me grieving for their friends, family, and lovers lost to cancer and disease. I see them fall into depression and I realize that's a hollow life to live. It seems like a blissful existence to live forever and be unstoppable in everything you do, but I honestly think that it's a pretty empty goal.