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Eragon's Mind Manipulation doesn't exactly beat being able to resist having billions of curses filled with every sort of sin, depravity, and torture imaginable being dumped into your mind. Nor does it beat being covered in sludge that corrupts the body and soul of spiritual bodies and can literally melt away flesh on contact. Gilgamesh takes all of this with a smile while boasting that you'll need at least three times as many mind destroying curses to even have a chance at breaking him.
 
Eragon's Mind Manipulation doesn't exactly beat being able to resist having billions of curses filled with every sort of sin, depravity, and torture imaginable being dumped into your mind. Nor does it beat being covered in sludge that corrupts the body and soul of spiritual bodies and can literally melt away flesh on contact. Gilgamesh takes all of this with a smile while boasting that you'll need at least three times as many mind destroying curses to even have a chance at breaking him.
   
In addition, Eragon's magic pales in comparison to the spells in the Nasuverse, since magi worth their salt like Medea can easily lockdown space, suck the life force from others, and obliterate mountains with their spells. Gil's Magic Resistance with his armor casually no-sells this.
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In addition, Eragon's magic pales in comparison to the spells in the Nasuverse, since magi worth their salt like Medea can easily lock down space, suck the life force from others, and obliterate mountains with their spells. Gil's Magic Resistance with his armor casually no-sells this.

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Eragon's Mind Manipulation doesn't exactly beat being able to resist having billions of curses filled with every sort of sin, depravity, and torture imaginable being dumped into your mind. Nor does it beat being covered in sludge that corrupts the body and soul of spiritual bodies and can literally melt away flesh on contact. Gilgamesh takes all of this with a smile while boasting that you'll need at least three times as many mind destroying curses to even have a chance at breaking him.

In addition, Eragon's magic pales in comparison to the spells in the Nasuverse, since magi worth their salt like Medea can easily lock down space, suck the life force from others, and obliterate mountains with their spells. Gil's Magic Resistance with his armor casually no-sells this.

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