A question about the nature of omnipotence

A question about the nature of omnipotence

if an omnipotent character fights a character who is nearly omnipotent and can do everything except something like for example making a pizza which has no value in a battle whatsoever would the omnipotent character still win because he can make a pizza?

Would it be a tie? 

Technically the nearly omnipotent character would be rated High 1-A due to his inability to make a pizza, but in a battle would that really make a difference? 

Sorry if the question seems a bit ridiculous, it just occured to me is all.

Well, we don't use the term omniporence for any character in this wiki, because it is impossible to prove, but a character incapable of such small time reality warping as making a pizza would logically have lots of limitations. Antvasima (talk) 16:38, January 1, 2016 (UTC)
Thank you Antvasima, I appreciate the reply.
However I wanted to ask
What if there were no other limitations other than making a pizza? 
Say they were omniscient, omnipresent, with the ability to do everything else except making a pizza? For example they could make a car, a plane, even universe, or turn reality into fiction, or fiction into reality etc. 
Let's say the author gave them this unreasonable weakness, within their work of fiction where this person would be otherwise completely omnipotent or at least questionably omnipotent. 
Would the ability to not make a pizza have any effect on a battle between a questionably omnipotent who can make a pizza vs an almost questionably omnipotent who cannot?
Given that this really is a ridiculous limitation, I think that you are likely trying to troll, and I am exhausted, and have limited patience and energy to indulge that kind of thing nowadays.
If you are not, then it is a meaningless supposition, as I mentioned above, and as such I will not direct you to DarkLK, as I would normally. Antvasima (talk) 17:00, January 1, 2016 (UTC)
That was not my intention, I simply wanted to know what defines the borders between tier 0 and tier High 1-A. I always hear that tier 0 triumps tier high 1-A all the time, but I just wanted to know if a meaningless limitation is involved would that change the outcome? I can see that it probably wasn't a question that could be answered though I apologize if it has incovinienced you.
Well, all right. You can ask DarkLK about it if you wish. He is the one who created most of our tiering system: Antvasima (talk) 17:27, January 1, 2016 (UTC)
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