Can Maxwell from Scribblenauts can summon these characters ?

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Beyonder

Lucifer Morningstar

Michael Demiurgos

Perpetua

Pralaya

and Molecule Man

Can Maxwell summon these characters?

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#1  Edited By Barry123579

I think he can because he said that the notebook can do anything imaginable and it's only limited to his imagination.

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I don't see why he couldn't.

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@darthsuper: But am I right about the notebook can do anything imaginable and it's only limited to his imagination?

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I don't think so. For one, Maxwell would have to know who these people are. For two, whenever the notebook is used to summon fourth characters, they're never exactly who they're supposed to be. Also I'm pretty sure if you just Molecule Man inti the notebook, you'd just get a man the size of a molecule.

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#10  Edited By Barry123579

@orangevegeta: if he does know them could he? And why could he just write "(Marvel)" next to Molecule Man to summon him?

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Also the notebook can seemingly only generate things that are recognizable words or names. Perpetua, Beyonder, and Pralaya wouldn't count in either category. I doubt you'd be able to get Lucifer or Michael using the notebook either, given their odd last names. This idea also built on the assumption that cosmic beings such as these can even be summoned.

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@orangevegeta: but I think he would because he said that his notebook can do anything imaginable and it's limited to his imagination. So just stick with your side.

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@darthsuper: what do you think about what just orange vegeta just said?

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@barry123579: If Maxwell knows Molecule Man, then maybe. But that would rely on the assumption that Molecule Man exists in the same universe as Max. The notebook can't summon fourth things from other universes. This of course depends on game, but still. Also I don't think the notebook would understand someone adding (Marvel) as an adjective.

This concept is very No Limits Fallacy territory. We can't assume the notebook can make just anything, especially when there's clearly limits in game. This also goes off the idea that such cosmics can even be summoned, and that Maxwell or the notebook understands who or what these people are.

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#16  Edited By Barry123579

@orangevegeta: and I said next to Molecule Man. Not as an adjective.

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@darthsuper: what do you think about what just orange vegeta just said?

Well, if he knew what they were, he could summon them. They are fictional beings from the imaginations, so I don't see why not.

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@darthsuper: But am I right about the notebook can do anything imaginable and it's only limited to his imagination?

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@orangevegeta: Maxwell just said that his notebook can make anything with his imagination in the series and just because he can't do it in the doesn't mean he can't do it.

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@darthsuper: But am I right about the notebook can do anything imaginable and it's only limited to his imagination?

From what I've seen, yes.

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No, and might summon very different yet weaker versions of them.

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@gokluma: well I disagree with your opinion

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@divyansh13: unless he specifically mentioned the versions too, although does Maxwell bring in versions as strong as the original?

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@barry123579: Well Maxwell doesn't exactly perfectly summon things he might need and the notebook still makes mistakes.

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@gokluma: that is just the game mechanics he has to be specific to summon them with the notebook. And I still disagree with you

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@divyansh13: I think he can because he spawned multiple versions of superman. And plus he said his notebook is limited to his imagination.

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@barry123579: is Maxwell invulnerable to copyright? Just curious. Lmao.

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@barry123579: But the notebook clearly has limitations. For example, the notebook can conjure up Cthulhu. But it's not the literal elder god Cthulhu, it's a close approximation with significantly less power. And you can't even do the argument that that's just gameplay, because scribblenauts doesn't have any sort of lore outside of gameplay. We can only go by what's been established in game. Scribblenauts isn't like the Elder Scrolls where there's a large amount of lore. And simply believing that the notebook is only limited by imagination is not only not established by the games, but is a No Limits Fallacy.

Even if Max could summon them, there's no guarantee they'd do anything for him. They're cosmics. Their power goes way beyond the notebook.

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#45  Edited By Gokluma

@barry123579: Ok but didn't Mr.Mxy limited what Maxwell can and can’t do in various times at DC's Crossover game?

i'm basically sure that cosmic characters from the list could do the same thing as well.

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@orangevegeta: No the reason because of the game mechanics and like I said before just because he can't do it in the games doesn't mean he can't actually do it and he didn't say that his notebook has limits he said it is only limited to his imagination and in the comics he recreated the infinite multiverse just by writing "everything" that is something he can't do in the games but in the comics.

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@gokluma: No that is just the game mechanics