#1 Posted by Nightflash (713 posts) - - Show Bio

Everyone is at fullpower

no prep

morals off

fight takes place in NYC

win by K.O. or death

#2 Posted by BringnIt (3809 posts) - - Show Bio

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#3 Posted by jeanroygrant (20191 posts) - - Show Bio

Dr.Strange solo's.

#4 Posted by tronboy (342 posts) - - Show Bio

dr stange blitzes

#5 Posted by comicbooksareawesome123 (87 posts) - - Show Bio

@BringnIt said:

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#6 Posted by WillPayton (9829 posts) - - Show Bio

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#7 Posted by Killemall (18607 posts) - - Show Bio

People are saying Dr. Strange solo and Dr. Strange blitz, wow.

Since its a morals off encounter, there is nothing stopping Alan Scott from tapping into near limitless powers of the star-heart to:

1. Take over both Loki and Dr. Strange and make them kill each other.

2. Wrap the reality such that Dr. Strange and Loki were never born to begin with .

3. Use powerful energy attack to outright kill Dr. Strange and Loki.

We are talking about one of the most powerful magical entities, with no morals, trapped into the body of a man.

I dont see why Scott couldnt solo, in style, and stomp.

#8 Posted by IZZR (4283 posts) - - Show Bio
@Killemall said:

People are saying Dr. Strange solo and Dr. Strange blitz, wow.

Since its a morals off encounter, there is nothing stopping Alan Scott from tapping into near limitless powers of the star-heart to:

1. Take over both Loki and Dr. Strange and make them kill each other.

2. Wrap the reality such that Dr. Strange and Loki were never born to begin with .

3. Use powerful energy attack to outright kill Dr. Strange and Loki.

We are talking about one of the most powerful magical entities, with no morals, trapped into the body of a man.

I dont see why Scott couldnt solo, in style, and stomp.

They really need to read the new JSA. Starheart Solo's.
#9 Posted by DocFatalis (1419 posts) - - Show Bio

No prep means Dr Strange is going to be more or less useless. After that it is all going downhill for the Marvel team.

Give classic (and classy) Dr Strange five or six minutes and he settles the battle without a bloodshed. Five minutes later, everyone is going to be seating on cushions in his Greenwich Village apartment, sipping tea, wondering how to make this world a little bit better.

#10 Posted by jeanroygrant (20191 posts) - - Show Bio

@IZZR said:

@Killemall said:

People are saying Dr. Strange solo and Dr. Strange blitz, wow.

Since its a morals off encounter, there is nothing stopping Alan Scott from tapping into near limitless powers of the star-heart to:

1. Take over both Loki and Dr. Strange and make them kill each other.

2. Wrap the reality such that Dr. Strange and Loki were never born to begin with .

3. Use powerful energy attack to outright kill Dr. Strange and Loki.

We are talking about one of the most powerful magical entities, with no morals, trapped into the body of a man.

I dont see why Scott couldnt solo, in style, and stomp.

They really need to read the new JSA. Starheart Solo's.

My post was 4 month's ago. What has Alan Scott done?

#11 Posted by spawn_123 (1693 posts) - - Show Bio

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#12 Posted by Killemall (18607 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeanroygrant said:

My post was 4 month's ago. What has Alan Scott done?

Great many things when star-heart was in control.

The three cross-over issue you would wanna read is JLA/JSA: The Dark Things, Green Lantern: The Heart of Darkness, and JLA: The Rise of Eclipso.

Its not a feat performed by Alan Scott per say, although his feats with morals on are pretty good, its the feat performed either by unbound star-heart or when star-heart was being used by someone else, say Eclipso or when star-heart was in control of Alan's body.

In The Heart of Darkness , this is where the starheart was unbound (without a human host), it showed it cannot be harmed physically, it could warp reality as well as manipulate time.

In JLA/JSA: The Dark Things, the evil part within the star-heart was in control of Alan Scott's body, and in the said issue he fought and defeated both the Justice League of America and Justice Society of America. He even showed the ability to completely take over people's body, and one of the people he controlled as a puppet was Dr. Fate and Obsedian at the same time, who are normally pretty powerful. With full powers of start heat and no morals (because the star heart was in control rather than himself) the entire JLA and JSA together were completely helpless against him.

In JLA: The Rise of Eclipso where Eclipso got the control over starheart, it was pretty much shown as one of the most powerful magical entity in DC universe. With star-heart power Eclipso killed Spectre, and cut off Presence's connection with ever living being from the multiverse.

Feats of starheart would easily put it at around Galactus level to be fair.

With morals off, and since the entire star-heart is a part of Alan Scott (as far as pre-new 52 continuity is concerned) he can do all those by himself. All he has to do is willing let star-heart take over. The reason Alan Scott regularly doesnt look that powerful (well he looks pretty powerful if you compare with normal heroes, but not powerful enough to solo the entire DC earth on his own) is because he consciously fights to keep star-heart in control (much like Sentry and the Void).

#13 Posted by greenteaforme (1826 posts) - - Show Bio

A No Morals Alan Scott with full access to the Starheart would solo, along with smacking around Fate for fun. Alan Scott is easily one of the most, if not the most, powerful being on DC Earth.

#14 Posted by Killemall (18607 posts) - - Show Bio

@greenteaforme said:

A No Morals Alan Scott with full access to the Starheart would solo, along with smacking around Fate for fun. Alan Scott is easily one of the most, if not the most, powerful being on DC Earth.

That position should still belong to Spectre to be fair, he has starheart beat on both hyperbole as well as feats. That being said i do not disagree to anything else you have said =)

#15 Posted by King Saturn (225174 posts) - - Show Bio
Dr. Fate and Alan Scott for the win 
Dr. Fate could bang with Dr. Strange while Alan Scott with Starheart Power could easily dismantle Loki... eventually turning this into a 2 vs 1 where Dr. Strange would be battling Two Powerful Magical Forces...
#16 Posted by jeanroygrant (20191 posts) - - Show Bio

@Killemall said:

@jeanroygrant said:

My post was 4 month's ago. What has Alan Scott done?

Great many things when star-heart was in control.

The three cross-over issue you would wanna read is JLA/JSA: The Dark Things, Green Lantern: The Heart of Darkness, and JLA: The Rise of Eclipso.

Its not a feat performed by Alan Scott per say, although his feats with morals on are pretty good, its the feat performed either by unbound star-heart or when star-heart was being used by someone else, say Eclipso or when star-heart was in control of Alan's body.

In The Heart of Darkness , this is where the starheart was unbound (without a human host), it showed it cannot be harmed physically, it could warp reality as well as manipulate time.

In JLA/JSA: The Dark Things, the evil part within the star-heart was in control of Alan Scott's body, and in the said issue he fought and defeated both the Justice League of America and Justice Society of America. He even showed the ability to completely take over people's body, and one of the people he controlled as a puppet was Dr. Fate and Obsedian at the same time, who are normally pretty powerful. With full powers of start heat and no morals (because the star heart was in control rather than himself) the entire JLA and JSA together were completely helpless against him.

In JLA: The Rise of Eclipso where Eclipso got the control over starheart, it was pretty much shown as one of the most powerful magical entity in DC universe. With star-heart power Eclipso killed Spectre, and cut off Presence's connection with ever living being from the multiverse.

Feats of starheart would easily put it at around Galactus level to be fair.

With morals off, and since the entire star-heart is a part of Alan Scott (as far as pre-new 52 continuity is concerned) he can do all those by himself. All he has to do is willing let star-heart take over. The reason Alan Scott regularly doesnt look that powerful (well he looks pretty powerful if you compare with normal heroes, but not powerful enough to solo the entire DC earth on his own) is because he consciously fights to keep star-heart in control (much like Sentry and the Void).

Alan Scott would surely solo this than lol.

#17 Posted by Vodaving (3 posts) - - Show Bio

@jeanroygrant: be quiet fool

#18 Posted by jeanroygrant (20191 posts) - - Show Bio

@Vodaving said:

@jeanroygrant: be quiet fool

What did i do?

#19 Posted by Sylvain (1640 posts) - - Show Bio

Dr Fate and Alan Scott

#20 Posted by brick909 (130 posts) - - Show Bio

guys, dr strange beats dr fate in a 1 on 1 and loki is the strongest magician in the Marvel Universe.

#21 Posted by joeagentofhand1 (4362 posts) - - Show Bio

Alan Solos

#22 Posted by XiiX (9474 posts) - - Show Bio

@Sylvain said:

Dr Fate and Alan Scott

#23 Posted by beatboks1 (7535 posts) - - Show Bio

@brick909 said:

guys, dr strange beats dr fate in a 1 on 1 and loki is the strongest magician in the Marvel Universe.

Firstly at "full power" (assuming classic for both) Fate and Strange are equal. Bloodlusted however Alan Scot is more powerful than both.