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Assumption: the powers you describe are real and explainable with science, just like any power source we're currently aware of. Given the above, the short answer to your question is OBVIOUSLY NO. Two claims require addressing: People will believe whatever they want to believe, so if "magic" becomes a mundane power there will still be people who ...


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A beam, not a laser. Irrelevant in this case. What temperature should a beam of light be at to burn through a person in a couple of seconds? Cut a bone in a couple of seconds? It's not about temperature, it's about power output. Lasers are used in medicine to cut flesh. Decade and a half ago I had wisdom teeth that did not surface, my dentist cut through ...


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Peak human makes more sense. While everyone talks about how batman would beat superman in a fight, when they say that they mean with tools or planning or whatever. Even characters who are strong like green lantern due to their power ring or whatever are only so strong on their own. Even characters like Daredevil are much much weaker physically than ...


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You ask two slightly different questions, so I will address both of them. 1. Do my Mutants having Chi/Spiritual/Magical/Supernatural powers undermined Religion and real-world beliefs? The short answer to this is no. If anything, these abilities strengthen religion since they serve as proof that something beyond the material world exists. There is no longer ...


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Science and religion come from a whole other way of thinking Sciencecand religion are fundamentally different. So different they can be practiced at the same time. There are still plenty of religious people on this Earth that are also highly regarded scientists. Even during my university time you could see that there were plenty of religious people about in ...


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Who is your audience? Metahumans battle royale means it is a comic book. Readers want awesome powers, mountains exploding, amazing on top of amazing. And then more of that. Then monsters! Supernatural aliens! ONE PUUUNNCH!! Interpersonal interactions and human scale problems are an afterthought and they save on your special effects budget. But when I ...


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My comment notwithstanding, assaying an answer here: What would be the diet for a person like this? The person's diet would be broadly in proportion to the energy expended. If most of what they were doing was human-normal, they'd probably consume calories equivalent to a normal human. However, as their flesh and bone would have to be a density similar to ...


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You can give your hero electrodynamic control of the air around him to create thrust. This Ion-thruster system has two parts: The electric generator - It is similar to that of an electric eel, and has a preferred polarity, i.e. one side is always positive and the other is always negative. Conduction system - making its own "electric wires", by ...


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