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Powers and Abilities
- Immortality: Being one of the Elders of the Universe, he cannot die by natural means and most superficial means.
- Superhuman Strength: He has massive amounts of superhuman strength, being able to beat down overpowered super villains easily.
- Superhuman Durability: He is extremely difficult to harm in a human-sized form, let alone in his true size.
- Superhuman Stamina: He has no need for sustenance for survival.
- Superhuman Intelligence: He has vast knowledge about mystical & scientific breakthroughs & advancements throughout the galaxies.
- Self-Size Manipulation: He was able to grow & shrink down at will. If he grows bigger, his superhuman strength, stamina & durability further increase.
- Cosmic Ergokinesis: As an Elder, he has unlimited amounts of control over cosmic energy & can generate massive amounts of it at will, without any form of effort, even to create energy constructs, such as force fields, which he could use to trap enemies, even those as strong as Hulk, in force field aura and throw them telekinetically with hand gestures.
- Levitation: He is shown to be able to hover and float seamlessly through the air without support or difficulty.
- Advanced Alien Technologies: The levels of his technology is greatly beyond the likes of even Tony Stark or possibly the Asgardians. With this technology, he is able to teleport himself and others.
- Staff Empowerment: Unlike his brother, however, he has a staff that allows him to generate energy blasts, explosive blastwaves, and force fields, as well as teleport without the need of his other technologies. The staff even allowed him to turn the entire island of Manhattan, encased within a force field, into a rudimentary spacecraft capable of move through space at will. He also threatened to summon all villains across space and time to battle for him, creating a whirlwind and green lightning while doing so. When his staff was taken from him, all he could do was levitate, suggesting it is the source of at least some of his energy powers.
- The Grandmaster is shown to be more powerful that his brother, as stated by the latter and shown by the fact that the Collector does not fight him.