So a major problem with some characters is that they are considered overpowered, and within narrative that can be seen as a very bad thing. So I wanted to get other's opinions on what makes a character "Overpowered". This is my opinion on the matter. When I look at my characters to decide if they are overpowered, I look at the things that they will be combating. If my character isn't human, I'm not going to look at humans to decide if the character is overpowered. It's like if I look at two humans and a bug. No matter what power the human is, they will be able to kill the bug, but when combating another human they have a chance to be beaten. So I just want to know if I'm the only one that thinks this, or if my thoughts are flawed, or if others have a different way of constituting overpowered-ness.