Eleven is the only one shown who can resist Number Two's own telekinetic powers and defeat him, suggesting she's stronger than all the others.
But in her trauma, and the apparent loss of her mother when she was young, Eleven found her strength and proved to be perhaps the strongest telekinetic in the entire series.
Eleven. So much distinguishes Jane Ives from all 10 of her Hawkins Lab siblings: she was the first to be inducted as an infant, and she is quite clearly the most powerful of them all, possessing both telepathy and, more impressively, telekinesis.
Abilities. Telekinesis: Like most of the other test subjects, Two has a strong level of telekinesis, being stronger than the other test subjects except for Eleven, who knocked him out of the ring, and One, who had no trouble overpowering him in terms of strength.
Vecna successfully stole Eleven's powers when controlling the Mind Flayer in Stranger Things' season 3 ending, which finally allowed him to emerge stronger than Eleven and enact his plan to take over Hawkins with the Upside Down.
Vecna attacked Hawkins with the Mind Flayer. While it seemed as though the kids had defeated the creature's physical form at Starcourt Mall, they had lost without knowing it. Vecna used the attack to steal Eleven's powers.
At his empire's height, Vecna was betrayed and destroyed by his most trusted lieutenant, a vampire called Kas the Bloody-Handed, using a magical sword that Vecna himself had crafted for him, now known as the Sword of Kas.
However, it was unable to resist Eleven's power of biokinesis, which she uses to dissolve and kill the Demogorgon. Telekinesis: The Demogorgon appeared to have had some form of telekinetic power.
The first reason that Vecna was stronger than Eleven is simple. He was older and more experienced. He was the original subject in Project MKUltra, and using his DNA, Dr. Brenner was able to make or alter the other children so that they would also have powers.
Eleven. Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is the most gifted test subject at the Hawkins Lab, and most likely the most powerful character on "Stranger Things." She possesses strong telekinetic abilities, telepathy, and remote viewing capabilities, and is able to use sensory deprivation to locate nearly anyone in the world.
Though this trait is understandable - and not at all Eleven's fault - it's a weakness nonetheless. Failing to trust people leaves her to fend for herself and be constantly on the run.
Next up, the viewers go on to theorise that One/Vecna is actually Eleven's dad. Yep, told you it was wild. The theory claims that Brenner wanted to create a child with stronger powers, so he waited until One was old enough to become a father.
The leading theory was that Eleven lost her powers due to overexertion; however, Dr. Brenner confirms in season 4 that Eleven's powers were lost because of the Mind Flayer's attack at Hopper's cabin and later during the Battle of Starcourt. Eleven suffered something akin to a stroke, according to Dr.
A series of flashbacks revealed Vecna was originally Henry Creel, a boy who grew up possessing strange psychic powers. He chose to use these abilities against his own family, but pushed himself too far, collapsing into a coma.
When Eleven realized what Henry had done, she summoned an enormous amount of power and defeated the older man. Her psionic abilities were so advanced (even at the age of about 7 years old) that she opened a gateway between dimensions and banished Henry into the Upside Down.
Combined with the fact that Dr. Brenner (Matthew Modine) states in the Stranger Things episode "Papa" that Vecna "consumes" everything about his victims, Vecna targets traumatized victims because it builds for him a well of sad and angry memories to draw from. With each victim, he can become gradually more powerful.
However, with his full ability back, One slaughtered the entire staff and test subjects of Hawkins Lab except for Eleven and Dr. Brenner. After refusing One's invitation to destroy the world, Eleven used the power of her happy memories and defeated One, pushing him into the Upside Down where he became Vecna.
Eleven demonstrated the ability to overpower Vecna when she piggybacked into Max's memory and again after Vecna took her hostage in the Upside Down. Eleven was the one who first opened the gate to the Upside Down, a skill at which Vecna was less adept.
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Boomstick: Yeah...and then he became Darth Vader! Wiz: He is capable of lifting much heavier things then Eleven, As he can lift a fully loaded AT-AT, whose maximum cargo capacity is 3500 tonnes.
Batman is a veteran superhero and one of the founding members of the Justice League. His training and the technology at his disposal make him a formidable foe, but in a one-on-one fight, Eleven would defeat the Dark Knight.
This is a reference to the D&D character Vecna, for whom this Vecna is named; the D&D Vecna has a monstrous hand infused with dark magic. The design of Vecna's hand is also a nod to Freddy Krueger, the Nightmare on Elm Street villain who had a huge influence on this season in general.
Vecna was the original child studied by Dr. Brenner and the son of Victor Creel. He's the infamous Number One, but had his powers blocked and worked as an aide in the Hawkins National Lab.
Why Did Vecna Go After Max? As Vecna continued to go after young victims in order to open more portals, he set his sights on Max Mayfield, since she was investigating the deaths of Chrissy and another student named Fred Benson with help from her friends (including Dustin, Steve, and her boyfriend Lucas).