The Vanishing Point.Scenario 1: Daily average life.
The Wind.Scenario 2: War-torn time periods.
That's like half of them, might just be easier to list which ones can be chosen. Especially because people either didn't read this, didn't understand it or don't care.or Schrifts that grant immortality and broken regen.
That's why I picked anti-thesis over Deathdealing.The Vanishing Point.
That's like half of them, might just be easier to list which ones can be chosen. Especially because people either didn't read this, didn't understand it or don't care.
A little too situational for me, but it's certainly broken af in theory. Especially if extrapolated (kinda have to) just how far the reversal of events can go.That's why I picked anti-thesis
Not with the Vanishing Point, you don't.I see you.
Good idea with the initials... Mine would be:If I were to limit my choices to ones that line up with my initials then my choices would be Antithesis, Jail or the Compulsory. Out of those I'd go with Antithesis, it would probably be the most useful of the three in either scenario.
Nope, this isn't an options per the OP.Almighty is another option thought
You're so hilariously ignorant about this ability, it's almost impressive. Gremmy literally almost killed himself by accident, then followed that with killing himself. You'd either cause catastrophes or just kill yourself with an ability like The Visionary. It doesn't even have to be in active use, wandering thoughts or random daydreams will come true. There's no real world way to control a power like that, it's automatic.Most of my thoughts are about money and sleep.
I mean, the Vanishing Point is also a great ability, but I didn't count it cause it's not a real Schrift, but something Gremmy made.Yet you miss the implications of The Vanishing Point in the real world? Gotta think big.
But you're not wrong, The Love is an amazing ability. I just hate PePe and honestly forgot he (and that power) existed.