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Hey everyone! Just letting you guys know that this is a collaboration, if you think someone should be higher or up on the list, leave a message with an explanation why. Thanks!For the uninformed, a tier list is a way to measure a group of characters power, mainly used in games like Super Smash Bros, Street Fighter, etc. But this tier list will go beyond that, and will be available to any fictional character. Remember, like all tier lists, this is subject to change.Let's get started:SS-Tier:Reality Warpers/Cosmic EntitiesBeings who have an unlimited amount of power. They have the ability to manipulate reality as they see fit. They have power beyond human comprehension, so much though that if challenged, can not theoretically lose.TL;DR: Franklin Richards, David Haller, Mad Jim Jaspers, Mother, The Spectre-(Marvel) Franklin Richards: Franklin is an omega-level mutant of the highest caliber. He has reality-manipulating powers, as well as having psychic abilities. Once Franklin grows up and understands his true power, he could become akin to a god.-(Marvel) David Haller: David is also an omega-level mutant, with hundreds of ability, from time manipulation, to extreme amouns of strength, he too has a vast arsenal of power. The only catch his for each ability, he must change his personality, thus giving him hundreds, with more being born.-(Marvel) Mad Jim Jaspers: Yet another reality warper, this time to such an extent that he is able to manipulate the universe to the point of it being unrecognizable. The entire Jim Jaspers timeline had to be shutdown due to it.-(Spawn) Mother: Mother is creator of everything in the Spawn universe. She cannot be harmed, and can erase the universe from existence. She has such power that not even her creations, God and Satan come remotely close to her strength.-(DC) Spectre: Spectre is the physical embodiment of God's vengeance on Earth. Spectre uses incredibly divine powers to punish the wicked in creative, yet ironic ways. Spectre can also be seen bending the fabric of space and time.S-Tier: Godlike BeingsWORK IN PROGRESS.(Additional Tiers,A - Gods Among MortalsB - Pinnacle of MortalsC - SuperhumanD - Powerful MortalsE - Notable Mortals)
Beings who have an unlimited amount of power. They have the ability to manipulate reality as they see fit. They have power beyond human comprehension, so much though that if challenged, can not theoretically lose.
-(DC) Spectre: Spectre is the physical embodiment of God's vengeance on Earth. Spectre uses incredibly divine powers to punish the wicked in creative, yet ironic ways. Spectre can also be seen bending the fabric of space and time.
...the Spectre (present in my reaction images) has a huge issue with no one reading his comics and perpetuating blatant lies about his/their nature and powers
(No but seriously add some marvel gods in there it makes everything better (Death and such. Also, Goku and Vegeta are at god level, but only in raw power/strength. Remember that.)
I mean, maybe reality warpers in DC are stronger than gods in Marvel or something and DC gods go even higher up than Marvel's. That was just an example, please Kiyza don't kill me if I'm wrong.
As to why my knowledge on most areas isn't that wide... Well, I just haven't devoted myself to something for long enough to know every single detail the way Nia can be with Dragon Ball (even though he claims his Dragon Ball knowledge is limited) or Kiyza with her comics.
Previously on DBOR discusses power levels...Resident Spectre expert and fangirl reporting in.I don't know what comics you've read other than Spawn, but they probably don't include comics about the Spectre -- or even involving the Spectre -- if you think he's absolutely indestructible and can't lose. He regularly gets his shit shoved in and has been blatantly overpowered before. In fact, the way his powers work in most continuities, this is a direct consequence of their mechanics and stipulations, but he still occasionally gets wrecked even on good days of the week.Honestly, he's a good reason these types of tier charts don't work as well as people think they do. Any character that's been around for 76 years and counting (especially if they're a DC character) is going to be all over the place in terms of strength, and he runs the gamut with what exactly he's capable of doing even in the same issue, let alone the huge disparity between continuities and writers. This is generally explained by either the plot or the actual scope of the story. He's been depowered and repowered in canon, has his chain yanked by his hosts, and generally isn't apt to do completely ridiculous things in crime & punishment horror or supernatural detective stories, which make up the bulk of his ongoings. The worst that happened in his most recent series was that a good chunk of Gotham got torn up because of the localized zombie apocalypse he accidentally triggered.The problem with making these kinds of tier lists is that no one who claims to have authority on the subject matter is actually directly familiar with all of it. They just go by word of mouth, and that word of mouth is often questionable and twisted because people who try to make these kinds of lists will often leave out any details that would make a character's position in some artificial hierarchy lower or make them seem more fallible. It's also difficult to compare characters across series in some respects, particularly if there's no real-world point of reference (and really, what the heck is the real-world point of reference for reality-warping?) that can be used for a rough guesstimate. For example, we can tell the Flash is faster than Quicksilver because the Flash is sometimes pointed out to be moving at velocities approaching or surpassing light speed, but Quicksilver hasn't even come close to that to the best of my knowledge, but when you start trying to compare Doctor Strange and Doctor Fate, there's not even a good starting point.You can't make a tier list for Street Fighter if you haven't played Street Fighter. Heck, you arguably can't make a tier list for Street Fighter unless you're someone who's actually good in the metagame, and even then, your opinions are going to be biased depending on your main because your matchups are going to influence your judgement. So why, exactly, should you make a tier list for fiction in general when it's not even clear how much familiarity with what you've just written out?Also, Franklin Richards is an annoying little shit, Legion and Jaspers are mutie scum, and I'm under the impression that Spawn's "Mother" is more a force than a character. On the other hand, Spec a bes < 3Cosmic entities in Marvel wouldn't bat an eyelid if the universe was destroyed. I believe Galactus almost did so accidentally on one occasion, but don't quote me on that since I don't have the issue. Anything Goku and Vegeta could do on a scale like that would literally be suicide.[Cut out like my soul]The Spectre is also a really good "gateway" character if you've never read a comic from DC before. Some of his series are mostly self-contained and you don't need a crash course on continuity for most of the rest.
On top of that, I'm not saying Goku can punch universes. I'm really not.
Except he did! Edit: Oh crap! I just noticed I posted this on the wrong thread but I'll leave it here for @Nia to suffer.
Come on! All this threads are filled with spoilers... Besides that was from Super's first saga.
Kiyza, I'll disagree with you on this one, only because at "full strength" Spectre has been highly overpowered. This tier list will usually show the most recent rendition of a character, just to avoid varying power.
S-Tier: Godlike BeingsBeings who cannot be defeated through conventional means. The characters up here have enough power destroy almost anyone who is brave enough to challenge them. However, through the right circumstances, they can be brought down.TL;DR: Thanos, Galactus, Darkseid, Doomsday,