Super Power Explained: THE Top 10 Marvel Hierarchy Of Mutants Ranks By The Potential To Create Or Destroy Entire Universes

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TOP OMEGA LEVEL MUTANTS HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO CREATE OR DESTROY ENTIRE UNIVERSES

In 'House of X' (2019) #1, the 14 Omega-Level mutants are listed.
In ‘House of X’ (2019) #1, the 14 Omega-Level mutants are listed. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

On Earth, the mutant gene was the result of experiments by the Celestials on homo erectus. In their experiments, the Celestials created the lines of the Deviants and the Eternals.

During their First Host on Earth, one million years ago, the Celestials collected the Wanderers, a tribe of Homo erectus. Gammenon the Gatherer collected the ape-men and sent them to Ziran the Tester who mutated them to have an unstable genome, creating the Deviants (Homo descendus), a race with various mutations, who were then released and went hiding in the caves. With other subjects, Nezarr the Calculator then created the Eternals(Eternals (Homo immortalis)), hairless, upright tall beings able to tap into the cosmic power. They were themselves released, flying out of the Celestials’ laboratory-ship. Finally, Oneg the Prober created a latent gene for the expansion of human potential and those modified yet apparently unchanged ape-men were released.

The potential for superhuman powers was only latent: That dormant “DNA complex”/”mutant genes” implanted in Homo erectus.

That potential was transferred to Homo antecessor,then to Homo neanderthalensis, both species experimented on by the Kree in order to create the Inhumans (Inhomo supremis).

It later came to fruition into the form of Homo superior, the mutants.

-Mutant Genes, Marvel Database

Depending on the mutation, Earth’s mutants display different abilities with variable range. In fact, the top Omega Level mutants have the potential to create or destroy entire universes. Let’s list our top 10.

10. STORM

Storm.
Storm. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Uniquely, Storm is both a mutant and a goddess. As goddess, she is worshipped by the tribes in Wakanda. In fact, Ororo is an Omega Level mutant because she is considered a Storm Goddess. Contrary to Professor X, her weather powers are the result of magic.

Potentially, Storm has no upper limit to her manipulation of nature. Though, she may not be able to create or destroy universes. Indeed, her power potentially extends to the weather forces on Earth. For that reason, she belongs on this list.

9. MARVEL GIRL

Marvel Girl.
Marvel Girl. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

To this day, Jean Grey is the most well-known Phoenix Force host. As Phoenix, Jean possesses cosmic power on a multiversal scale. In fact, the cosmic entity is a firebird of rebirth and destruction.

Currently, Jean has rejected the Phoenix. As Marvel Girl, she displays telepathy and telekinesis at the Omega Level. Moreover, she has performed incredible feats since returning from the dead as Marvel Girl. In ‘King In Black’ (2021) #4, Marvel Girl invaded the mind of the primordial god Knull.

Considering Knull is a God of Darkness from the primordial universe, Marvel Girl definitely displayed the power to destroy an entire universe.

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8. MAGNETO

Magneto.
Magneto. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Originally, Magneto was classified as one of the few Omega Level mutants on Earth. With his mastery of magnetism, he can destroy the planet’s magnetic field. However, his power initially rivals Phoenix’s. At his maximum, Magneto can siphon the magnetic fields of nearby planets. That is a Stellar to Solar System Level.

7. VULCAN

Vulcan.
Vulcan. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

According to Professor X, Vulcan is the most powerful mutant energy manipulator. As an Omega Level mutant, Gabriel can absorb, project and manipulate vast amounts of energy. Moreover, Vulcan’s power extends over the EM spectrum and even Adam Warlock’s magic.

6. HOPE SUMMERS

Hope Summers.
Hope Summers. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

Incredibly, Hope’s mutant power is power mimicry. Meaning, she can only mimic the powers of those mutants she encounters in close proximity. At first, this may seem unimportant. However, there seems to be no definable limit to her mutant power.

In ‘Avengers vs X-Men’ (2012) #12, Hope mimicked the Iron Fist to its highest potential. Aided by Scarlet Witch, she went toe-to-toe with a Phoenix-powered Cyclops. In the end, she landed a blow powerful enough to dissociate Phoenix from Scott.

Finally, Hope demonstrated the power to extinguish the Phoenix itself, when it claimied her as a host. Definitely, a universal feat.

5. ELIXIR

Elixir
Elixir. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

In ‘New X-Men: Academy X Yearbook’ (2005) #1, Elixir is classified as an Omega Level Healer. Particularly, Joshua Foley’s mutation is the power to control his biology and others’ down to the genetic level. In effect, Elixir can heal from physical damage, reactivate suppressed mutant abilities, and even repair cerebral functions.

Initially, Elixir was able to heal only scratches, burns and damaged bones. Before his death, this ability extended to only a dozen or so mutants whom he needed to touch physically.

Moreover, Elixir can resurrect the dead. In ‘Uncanny X-Men Annual’ (2016) #1, Elixir has been able to resurrect the 16 million deceased mutants in Genosha. Indeed, this is a divine power. Definitely, a potential to create life and the universe.

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4. MISTER M

Mister M. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

In short, Mister M has been classified as an Omega Level mutant. Particularly, his mutation is matter and energy manipulation at the subatomic scale. Mister M can use his power to reconfigure matter or convert matter into energy.

3. PROTEUS

Proteus.
Proteus. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

As an Omega Level mutant, Proteus possesses the power to alter and manipulate reality with his thought. In addition, his super power allows him to teleport and shift between the multiverse.

Potentially, Proteus possesses the power to destroy the universe. So far, his reality manipulation power affects only a limited area around him. Nevertheless, in ‘Planet-Size X-Men’ (2021) #1, Kevin was able to terraform Mars. In his energy form, Proteus needs a human host in order to live.

2. LEGION

Legion.
Legion. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

According to Doctor Nemesis, Legion is an Omega Level mutant. In fact, his mutant power is to create spontaneous mutations. Incredibly, Legion has over 200 split personalities each governed by a different super power. Potentially, Legion possesses the power to destroy the universe.

1. FRANKLIN RICHARDS

Franklin Richards.
Franklin Richards. AP Photo/Marvel Comics.

In “Franklin Richards: Marvel Confirms The Most Powerful Mutant Character,” Fortress of Solitude states Franklin Richards is the most powerful mutant. For good measure, since Franklin has the power to create, manipulate and destroy universes. Specifically, Professor X’s file lists his reality manipulation as Universal Level. Importantly, fans have speculated that Franklin may control the entirety of the Marvel Universe.


RESOURCES

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SOURCES

House of X Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
King in Black Vol 1 4 in Marvel Database.
Ranked: The Top 10 Most Powerful Mutants In Marvel in Comic Basics.
Avengers vs. X-Men Vol 1 12 in Marvel Database.
New X-Men: Academy X Yearbook Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
Uncanny X-Men Annual Vol 4 1 in Marvel Database.
Absolon Mercator (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Kevin MacTaggert (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Planet-Size X-Men Vol 1 1 in Marvel Database.
David Haller (Earth-616) in Marvel Database.
Franklin Richards: Marvel Confirms The Most Powerful Mutant Character in Fortress Of Solitude.

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