Jack opens a portal to hell and accidentally summons Diablo physically into our realm. Since he was summoned physically, Diablo is totally blooslusted and at full power. His goal is to eat Estacado. Who wins?
Now this fight would be amazing but I`m going with Diablo, at full power he is a god or lord of power as well as realms. He has taken on deities before and at full power he is far above that.
Indeed. He's powerful as fuck. At his weakest he destroyed entire city's and fucked up monarchs just for fun. Baal when physically at our world destroyed The Barbarian country with a move of his fingers while searching for The Worldstone.
@NeonGameWave: Agreed, this is a fantastic match and I'm also leaning more towards Diablo for this one, but if we have any fans of either which have feats to post I'd be interested in having a look and deciding then.
Imperius could defeat enemies with the force of his will. Diablo isn't diferent.
He's extremely powerful:
Amongst all demons known to humankind, he is considered the most powerful due to his ability to instill fear into the hearts of people with his name alone.
He's way to evil:
The Realm of Terror within the Burning Hells is sparsely populated, for even demonkind cannot stand against its unrelenting torment. Deckard Cain states that while Mephisto is the most intelligent of the Three, Diablo is the most creative, to the extent that he names Diablo an "artist of terror."
Even weakened to his most, he was able create chaos. If king Leoric wasn't susceptible to possession, i don't understand why he turned so evil.
Diablo spent two centuries slowly corrupting the Soulstone that imprisoned him. In time, he was able to extend his influence into the surrounding area and possess both King Leoric and his archbishop, Lazarus. The King proved too strong to fully possess, so the Demon took his son, Prince Albrecht. Diablo then began to shape an outpost of Hell within the catacombs that ran beneath the town of Tristram.
Fear his main weapon:
As the Lord of Terror, Diablo's greatest power lies within utilizing his enemies' fears, and due to his aspect he's also incapable of feeling fear himself. He rules over his demon servants through his sheer ability of terror, and to many he is the most terrifying being of all. Diablo is capable of taking on almost any shape, whatever suits him best at the time.
At Prime Evil form he would own everybody:
However he controls the powers of fire with ease, and can cast a powerful wave of red lightning that destroys almost everything in it's path. Not to mention literally rain hell down on his enemies if the situation calls for it. In Diablo 3, Diablo has the Black Soulstone within him which transformed him into the Prime Evil with the power of all the Seven Evils of Hell or to be more precise he became Tathamet reborn. With this power Diablo was able to defeat the Archangel of Valor, Imperius, in combat with relative ease and shattered the Diamond Gate with a roar. He subsequently corrupted the Crystal Arch, rendering all the angels of Heaven without power.
Srry for double post btw.
@Frocharocha:Can Diablo be harmed physically?
Good question. When he posses the body of Leah, Leoric Son and The Dark Wander he showed to be extremely resistant to any kind of magic (almost immune to fire) and also extremely resistant to physical attacks. Attacking him at close range is suicide.
At hell, he would probably be very resistant to jackie attacks. At a human body, he could get eaten by inside lol. At Prime Evil form, he would be immune to almost anything.
He was responsible for the enslavement of mankind with violent images of bloodlust and terror; his prime weapon being the victim's fear. He was originally defeated under the labyrinths beneath Tristram but corrupted the hero who slew him and sought out his brothers, but then was defeated in Hell, by the pursuing adventurer. Mostly long and mid range fire attacks.