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I'm pretty sure that while the fighter might have a hard-to-impossible time killing the wizard, the wizard CANNOT kill a mythic fighter.
Because Undetectable, RAW, is such a completely bull!@#$ broken ability that it makes Sacred Geometry look as intimidating as Elephant Stomp.
Here is the wording of Undetectable:
"This grants its bonded user the ability to become utterly undetectable while invisible. While invisible and in physical contact with this item, the bonded creature can't be detected or scryed by any method."
Emphasis mine. So let's talk about this for a moment.
You have a contingency that triggers whenever someone attacks you, and plane shifts you to your demiplane. Fair enough. The contingency doesn't trigger. Why? Because the fighter "cannot be detected[...]by any method". The contingency does not detect someone attacking you, and does not trigger.
You ask questions of the gods to get some idea of where the fighter is. This fails. Why? Because the fighter "cannot be detected[...]by any method". THE GODS do not know where he is. They can't tell you. No divination can tell you, in fact. No ANYTHING can tell you.
Throwing flour at the fighter fails to detect him. How? No idea, but RAW, no method can succeed in detecting the fighter. He lays his hand on you. You don't notice he's there. He sticks his sword into your chest. You don't notice he's there (by now he's use Divine Source for greater invisibility, so he doesn't lose it for attacking you). You try to walk through him and run into him, causing you to stumble and fall. You. Don't. Notice. That. He's. There.
If you ask me, Undetectable definitely deserves a place next to Sacred Geometry and Blood Money on the altar of "this destroys games".
Anzyr, can I get your agreement on this? I'm certainly with you on the level of breaking the game Wizards are capable of, but this particular Mythic power boggled my mind when I read it. Certainly I don't think it allows the fighter to kill the wizard (clones, clones, clones...at the very least), but I'm not sure I can think of a way the wizard can kill the fighter.