#1 Posted by Redmonkeyssj4 (842 posts) - - Show Bio

- Morals on

- Win by Death K.O.

- powers and abilities only

- takes place in New York

#2 Posted by The_Legendary_SuperSaiyan_Hulk (10064 posts) - - Show Bio

Chad should take this lol

#3 Posted by Carter_esque (6447 posts) - - Show Bio
#4 Posted by ImNemotheGemini (845 posts) - - Show Bio

I say Chad too !

#5 Posted by AllenRoget (15 posts) - - Show Bio

Luke Cage because...

Superhuman Strength: After undergoing the original experiment, Cage's strength was increased to superhuman levels sufficient to lift approximately 3 tons. Over the years and due to further experiments, Cage's strength has increased substantially and is enough for him to lift 25 tons.

Superhuman Stamina: Cage's muscles generate less fatigue toxins than the muscles of ordinary humans, granting him superhuman stamina. He can exert himself at peak capacity for about 24 hours before fatigue begins to affect him.

Superhuman Durability: Luke cage's skin is as hard as titanium steel and his muscle and bone tissues are considerably denser than the tissues of an ordinary human, granting him much greater resistance to physical injury than an ordinary human. He can withstand conventional handgun fire at a range of 4 feet and cannot be cut by any blade forged of conventional material, although in the event of required surgery his skin can be lacerated by an overpowered medical laser. He can withstand up to one-ton impacts or blasts of 150 pounds of TNT without serious injury, and is highly resistant to extreme temperatures and electrical shocks. His current level of durability enables him to withstand gun fire at point-blank range, and can withstand being lit on fire without suffering any serious or permanent injuries. He has withstood impacts from superhumans a good deal stronger than him, destructive energy attacks including electricity, and falls from great heights such as ninety story high skyscrapers.

Accelerated Healing Factor: Despite his near invulnerability, it is possible for Cage to be hurt. If injured, he is capable of recovering from mild injuries in 1/3rd the time it would take an ordinary human.

His abilities are...

Skilled Combatant: Cage is a self-taught hand-to-hand combatant with years of street fighting experience. He also says he has had extensive training with Iron Fist.

Skilled Athlete: He is also a gifted athlete, even without his superhuman abilities.

Extended Education: Cage is self-educated in the law and speaks several languages.

Strong Speaker: He has proven to be very good at speaking positively, truthfully, and charismatically in front of large audiences. His innate nobility has earned him the respect and friendship from a good number of different persons.

But Luke also has weaknesses like...

Near-Unbreakable Flesh: Since Cage's skin cannot be lacerated by conventional materials, his superhuman durability is a hindrance if he suffers injuries that are too severe for him to heal on his own and require surgery, such as internal injuries. While his skin can be lacerated by a highly powerful medical laser and weapons composed of Adamantium, neither of these would be readily available or easily accessible.

Radiation: As seen in the recent Age of Ultron event, enough exposure to massive amounts of radiation and the resulting burns can kill Cage, if the injuries are extensive enough.

#6 Posted by Jeepeh (3864 posts) - - Show Bio

Luke Cage because...

Superhuman Strength: After undergoing the original experiment, Cage's strength was increased to superhuman levels sufficient to lift approximately 3 tons. Over the years and due to further experiments, Cage's strength has increased substantially and is enough for him to lift 25 tons.

Superhuman Stamina: Cage's muscles generate less fatigue toxins than the muscles of ordinary humans, granting him superhuman stamina. He can exert himself at peak capacity for about 24 hours before fatigue begins to affect him.

Superhuman Durability: Luke cage's skin is as hard as titanium steel and his muscle and bone tissues are considerably denser than the tissues of an ordinary human, granting him much greater resistance to physical injury than an ordinary human. He can withstand conventional handgun fire at a range of 4 feet and cannot be cut by any blade forged of conventional material, although in the event of required surgery his skin can be lacerated by an overpowered medical laser. He can withstand up to one-ton impacts or blasts of 150 pounds of TNT without serious injury, and is highly resistant to extreme temperatures and electrical shocks. His current level of durability enables him to withstand gun fire at point-blank range, and can withstand being lit on fire without suffering any serious or permanent injuries. He has withstood impacts from superhumans a good deal stronger than him, destructive energy attacks including electricity, and falls from great heights such as ninety story high skyscrapers.

Accelerated Healing Factor: Despite his near invulnerability, it is possible for Cage to be hurt. If injured, he is capable of recovering from mild injuries in 1/3rd the time it would take an ordinary human.

His abilities are...

Skilled Combatant: Cage is a self-taught hand-to-hand combatant with years of street fighting experience. He also says he has had extensive training with Iron Fist.

Skilled Athlete: He is also a gifted athlete, even without his superhuman abilities.

Extended Education: Cage is self-educated in the law and speaks several languages.

Strong Speaker: He has proven to be very good at speaking positively, truthfully, and charismatically in front of large audiences. His innate nobility has earned him the respect and friendship from a good number of different persons.

But Luke also has weaknesses like...

Near-Unbreakable Flesh: Since Cage's skin cannot be lacerated by conventional materials, his superhuman durability is a hindrance if he suffers injuries that are too severe for him to heal on his own and require surgery, such as internal injuries. While his skin can be lacerated by a highly powerful medical laser and weapons composed of Adamantium, neither of these would be readily available or easily accessible.

Radiation: As seen in the recent Age of Ultron event, enough exposure to massive amounts of radiation and the resulting burns can kill Cage, if the injuries are extensive enough.

"Durable as steel"

Steel had nothing on Chad even when he was just a human.

#7 Posted by comicvinepoozer1 (698 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm conflicted on this one

#8 Posted by The_Legendary_SuperSaiyan_Hulk (10064 posts) - - Show Bio

Lol, current Chad would stomp.

Even Chad at the time this was made wins fairly easy.

#9 Posted by Night4345 (4212 posts) - - Show Bio

Chad.

#10 Edited by comicvinepoozer1 (698 posts) - - Show Bio
#11 Posted by Rithik (205 posts) - - Show Bio

I am going with Chad.

#12 Posted by yehuumargolioi3 (4 posts) - - Show Bio

martialmanhuntergreenmothabestaflamingo

#14 Posted by Jeepeh (3864 posts) - - Show Bio