Me and my random titles. I was just thinking and was suddenly quite curious what you guys thought of a couple of concepts. It boils down to two seperate questions. 1. When do you find the word god as correct in a story? I have a group of characters that as insanely powerful. To the point that no person on Earth could meaningfully harm this person. Well except themselves in this case as the character is from Earth. The concept is like a perfect genetic person that will later in life(assuming they live long enough to do so) will awaken and become insanely powerful. I call such a character a god because I feel it is what the world would call it. I mean someone strong enough to shake the Earth with the sheer force of there spirit, or someone that could take the effects of a nuclear bomb with no outward signs of damage strike me as things we would call god. Or a god. I find some people take offence to that as this character is not invincible and there ability to take damage decreases with exhaustion. What do you think? Question 2 Sort of needs context first. So I have this awakening god. They were insanely strong before awakening. Like near physical peak of humans without much effort. Once she begins awakening her power practically triples over night and continues to rise slowly. She notices with her new ability she can slow her perception of time(something she could do before but add a factor or 3x to its effectiveness and it is a lot different.) Now when she goes all out she can move so fast that animals such as birds can appear to be standing still for a moment. (This power can only be used in bursts.) As she feels amazing at her new abilities she tests them out. She sees a bird stop in mid air and goes to look closer. The idea is that she hurts the bird accidently. Her soul has become so strong that even being within a few feet of the bird for too long, in this case a few seconds is enough to harm it. It would be as if the intensity of her soul is so strong that the birds soul is quite literally being crushed in the prescence of her. Which story wise I bet you see the idea. Her great power comes at a cost, that she can accidently hurt others if she isn't careful. This applies to humans too. Actually ahe notices rather quickly that a standard human will begin breathing heavy if they remain in her presence for more than a few minutes. The question is this. 2. Should the bird die?