when Madoka said tells her wish, QB opened his line with "if your wish came true..."
And when Sayaka confirms her wish with QB he told her that "it's possible to fulfill that kind of wish"
suggesting that there is a limit
The way I see it QB is an soft drink dispenser. Once you paid the appropriate price, it can't refuse your demand, unless you put in insufficient funds.
In this case the limit depends on a magical girl's karma. As he said, Madoka being the focal point of the universe, has so much Karma placed on her that could theoretically wish to be god. He didn't expect her to actually wish for something like that.
And from what he said of Sayaka, her potential is bellow average, while someone like Mami had high potential. This could be referring to their karma
I refuse to post in the general discussion thread as I think it's a waste of space, but...
And for the record, Madoka's wish is at least one intelligent thought. So that blows your statement out of the water.
Um, wishing for everything to be reset and all the bad stuff to go away could have been asked much sooner.
I mean, if there's no limits on what Kyubeilie (However you spell it) can do, then really, a lot of the drama of the show becomes moot.
Even DBZ had *SOME* limits to what the Dragon could do (can't bring a person back to life more than once (got thrown out with Namek), can't harm someone who's more powerful than the guy who created the Dragonballs is), but this?
It's a lot like Tenchi and Sailor Moon with how anything can be done with ease (though in Tenchi's case, he's the avatar of the guy who created existence, and in Sailor Moon's case, well... The Silver Crystal is said to be created from God or something like that, I'd need to check the manga more).
I really think, IMO, that Madoka really is over-hyped. I would have been more impressed if Madoka's wish at the end couldn't be granted, then it would have been interesting to see what could have happened.