posted on May, 3 2013 @ 10:12 AM
reply to post by Gazrok
You can't wish for more wishes....cardinal rule of wishing....
I said "the power to grant wishes". I didn't put a limit on it, so why would I ask for more wishes? You wish it, I can grant it. I wish it, I can
grant it. I can grant you the ability to grant wishes, or I can wish away my ability to grant wishes. I can grant the entire human species the ability
to grant wishes, wish for another planet, wish for it to remain unnoticed by this planet, and watch the human species ruin the world with wishes.
That's why I would ask for that power, because the ability to grant wishes to anyone at any time any number of times is basically the ultimate super
power. Imagine Fairly OddParents on steroids.
If we go that route, then I could just wish for all the powers of a 40th level D&D mage (includes wish spells and the ability to do antimagic
effects, thus preventing you from wishing my powers away)
Your antimagic ability only works as long as you are aware of the magic being countered. If I attack without your knowledge, you wouldn't be fast
enough. All I have to do is name you and utter the wish, and POOF! You've vanished from existence.
Not that I would. I think you'd actually be pretty fun to fool around with, what with your mage powers and my wish granting powers. It would be much
less boring than killing off all of my competition. I'd probably enjoy the challenge, so long as I take certain precautions beforehand.
on 3-5-2013 by AfterInfinity because: (no reason given)