#1 Edited by SteveMcQueen36 (243 posts) - - Show Bio
King Goro

King Goro (Bloodlusted, Peak Goro) has each person dropped in front of him. They are given a few seconds to adjust and get their eyesight. Once they are ready, Goro enters the battlefield and they fight. King Goro has 1 hour prep. Opponents have none.

The fighting area is a giant dirt pit. 50 feet deep at its lowest a football field size. Slaves surround the top of it and Goro sits on his throne above it. His slaves cheer very loudly for him. Think, those soccer games with the stupid horns. It's pretty loud.

There are four swords on display on the throne. Goro can use them if he needs.

1) Jason Todd as Robin (Staff)

2) Beast

3) Sasquatch

4) Sgt. Rock (Bayonette)

5) Strong Guy

6) Sabretooth

7) Warrior

8) Venom

9) Hellboy

10) James T. Kirk (Phaser)

#2 Posted by nick_hero22 (6870 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't see Goro making it pass Beast.

#3 Posted by SteveMcQueen36 (243 posts) - - Show Bio

An hour of prep? Goro has fireballs.

#4 Posted by nick_hero22 (6870 posts) - - Show Bio

@SteveMcQueen36 said:

An hour of prep? Goro has fireballs.

Goro has no prep feats and even outside of prep and into the realm of physical stats and fighting skills he has virtually little to no on-panel feats that are worth mentioning.

#5 Posted by SteveMcQueen36 (243 posts) - - Show Bio

@nick_hero22: Goro was able to win 9 consecutive Mortal Kombat tournaments. He was even able to defeat The Great Kung Lao in his first tournament, a feat which a younger Shang Tsung could not accomplish. Goro's fighting style is based on his brute strength and surprising agility. he possesses the ability to shoot fireballs from him mouth or his hands.

#6 Posted by nick_hero22 (6870 posts) - - Show Bio

@SteveMcQueen36 said:

@nick_hero22: Goro was able to win 9 consecutive Mortal Kombat tournaments. He was even able to defeat The Great Kung Lao in his first tournament, a feat which a younger Shang Tsung could not accomplish. Goro's fighting style is based on his brute strength and surprising agility. he possesses the ability to shoot fireballs from him mouth or his hands.

Goro winning the tournament 9 times consecutively is irrelevant since it was enitrely off-panel; there is no knowledge of who Goro fought during those tournaments in order to become the victor, and The Great Kung Lao happens to be the only note worthy character he has fought. You bring up Shang Tsung, but based of his combat record he really isn't impressive in hand-to-hand combat (he has some humiliating loses) and excels more in the dark arts.

#7 Posted by SteveMcQueen36 (243 posts) - - Show Bio

Okay then that makes him weaker as a fictional character?

#8 Posted by nick_hero22 (6870 posts) - - Show Bio

@SteveMcQueen36 said:

Okay then that makes him weaker as a fictional character?

Goro really doesn't have a lot of feats; that doesn't make him a weak fictional character, but it shows that he isn't very well established yet.

#9 Posted by ImmortalT1000 (3170 posts) - - Show Bio

Goro kills them all by crushing them with his 4 arms.

#10 Posted by SteveMcQueen36 (243 posts) - - Show Bio

So with your logic, why does he even get past Robin?