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It's tough to say if Thanos used the full power of the Stone when he hit Captain Marvel, but it was clearly powerful enough to break through her durability shield and knock her out momentarily. She gained cosmic power through the Tesseract which makes her biologically more powerful than Thanos' base level as an Eternal. This is why she is able to survive ...


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As said before, the "full power" of the Infinity Stones is undefined. They are the Infinity Stones, not the Very-Much-But-Finite Stones. But it is one thing to have a limitless power generator, and another to be able to draw that much power from it. If the stones were emitting even a fraction of their energy by just lying around, then the universe would ...


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Decidedly not. The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force ... nothing. Hence its name, the Power Stone represented the destructive nature of the universe, and was incredibly powerful, capable of annihilating entire planets. The Power Stone was used by the Celestial being Eson the Searcher to destroy planets and ...


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Maybe, but we don't really know, there's no real detail to these things. What do you determine as the "full power"? For example, with the Reality Stone, is the full power changing all of Knowhere to look different, turning Drax and Mantis into something else or the illusions of Titan? The main point is he used a lot of power of the Power Stone, most likely ...


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