Most men about their political views or plans for retirement, and you’re likely to get a bewildered shrug. But ask them whether they would prefer to have superhuman strength or speed, and they’ll likely launch into a three-hour monologue, carefully dissecting the merits of each. That’s because every man, regardless of his age or occupation, has secretly dreamt of being a legendary superhero. We’ve decided to pay homage to this universal male fantasy by creating a definitive list of the top 10 superpowers every man wants.
If you possessed the power of superhuman speed, you’d be able to run from Alaska to the tip of South America in less time than it took Kim Kardashian to divorce Kris Humphries. You’d be so fast, you could literally run circles around villains and make them too tired and frustrated to kill you.
If you had the power of atmokinesis, you’d be able to control the weather. Imagine being able to summon a snow day and get a day off or making sure the waves are just right and the water is the best temperature at the beach. Every day would be the perfect day.
Imagine being able to heal rapidly from any injury or form of physical wear and tear. That’s just one of the many abilities possessed by Wolverine, whose superhuman resistance to damage allows him to take chances most mortal men (or at the very least those without insurance) would never dare dream of.
Teleportation is one of the greatest powers ever, and here is why: The ability to teleport anywhere in the wi else it in the universe, so long as you displace solids, liquids, and gasses, you would be unstoppable. Say you are in a universe where other people have super powers, if you fight against any one with a ability listed above, time control for instance, so what if they can freeze time? Teleport once behind them and teleport with your hand sticking out into their head, displacing the matter, or in other words blowing their head apart. This Will work against any other power as well.
You can make yourself invulnerable or simply give yourself super-healing, and you could be functionally immortal because, aside from healing and/or invulnerability, you could control your own aging process. You can shapeshift into something with the ability to have any other power, like flying or super-strength, and you don’t even have to become a bird or anything. Just imagine “me but with the power of flight” and you can alter yourself to a form to be able to fly, even if it’s externally indistinguishable in other ways. You could become a master of disguise. You could transform into any animal or give yourself any elemental powers, or the fun powers like stretching and changing size. And of course the social and vanity applications go without saying.
Assuming the use of this ability doesn’t negatively impact your physical and mental state through the stress of exerting your powers, telekenesis is a power with infinite possibilities. The ability to control any element, influence any force or movement, and manipulate any physical action is far better than any other power. Imagine being able to cure cancer by destroying cancerous cells in a person’s body, or influencing a sports match from miles away while watching it on television. Better yet, why not use the ability to change your own physique? Telekenesis implies the ability to control kinetic energy, which would allow you to work out muscles and direct nutrients to replenish them without ever having to go to a gym. You could even theorectically control and/or defy gravity, using this ability to fly or give yourself super strength. The potential here is limitless.
Personally if I were to have omnipotence, I wouldn’t know what to do with it. You could create new dimensions, bring people back from the dead, know the future. The options are limitless. For those who think time control is number 1, people with omnipotence would already know what you were going to do. They would only allow you to do it because they wanted to humiliate or confuse you. People with omnipotence wouldn’t have a reality, time, or certain power because they control it all. They are basically like Lucy at 100% brain control, except they can create whatever they want without anything. Where as she could only manipulate matter you create more from nothing.
Absolute control over gravity is easily the greatest power. Time control has too large of a margin for error that could lead to unforeseen consequence at a catastrophic level. Telekinesis is probably the closest on this list in terms of raw potential and usability to gravitational control, but it does have some drawbacks. At its core, gravity manipulation would give the user all abilities associated with telekinesis. Simply by changing an object, organism, or particle’s center of gravitational pull (i.E. the direction it reacts to as “down”) and the amount of gravitational pull on the target, the user can cause the target to move through space at incredible speeds, slow it down, make it weightless, implode, or any number of other possibilities, similar to telekinesis. However, unlike telekinesis, gravitational manipulation would not require constant concentration. Once a direction and level of force was applied, the user can step back and let physics do the rest. This frees up the user to continue whatever else he/she needs to do.
World with super heroes and super villains:
You can fight like Neo from Matrix.
World with other super powers:
No one can outmatch you and you can do almost anything they can do.
World with normal people:
I’m gonna go through almost all of the good things. You can Freeze time and do whatever you want, you pervert. (This should keep you occupied for a couple of months. ) You can, and you will always be right, win arguments, know answer to every question, always hit the ball, always dodge attacks of any sorts, and look like a smart and badass at the Same time! (Now that’s cool. You do all this with slow-mo and rewind abilities. )
You can go to your past and be a better person. You can work out, study, do homework, sleep and stay in your room for decades, and never lose time!