- The Avengers:
- Iron Man
- Red Hulk
- Ms. Marvel
- Doctor Strange
- Metropolis. (unpopulated)
- Start 300 feet apart.
- Morals apply.
- Random encounter.
- Standard equipment.
- Standard elimination rules apply.
@Static Shock said:hmmm.... :) The only issues he would have would be Red Hulk and Doctor Strange. I think he can take everyone else.Wait... Red Hulk will be a better opponent than Iron Man? Or Vision?
Didn't Iron Man beat Red Hulk?
They were suppose to be teaming up but no one told iron man. Rulk wasn't fighting back.
@czarny_samael666 said:@Static Shock said:hmmm.... :) The only issues he would have would be Red Hulk and Doctor Strange. I think he can take everyone else.Wait... Red Hulk will be a better opponent than Iron Man? Or Vision?
Didn't Iron Man beat Red Hulk?
Wait... Red Hulk will be a better opponent than Iron Man? Or Vision?
Against, Major Force, yes. I don't see Vision or Iron Man being a threat.
Do you have any Major Force feats, may i ask?
Yeah. What do you want to see?
@jeanroygrant: Most of his strength and durability feats come from fighting Class 100 characters. Here are some examples.
Not a strength or durability feat, but here, Major Force shows the ability to make force fields, blocking energy blasts from Captain Atom.
Stands toe-to-toe with Superman. At the beginning of the fight, Major Force knocks Superman from Metropolis to Covington, Ohio. That's about two states away, since Metropolis's geographic location is in New York State (as it was established in Countdown). After that, they physically knock each other around, until Superman stops playing around and melts the Dilustel metal covering Force's body (Major Force never learned how to absorb energy like Captain Atom, and could do nothing about this at the time).
Withstands blasts from a pissed-off Kyle Rayner (who had some, but not all, of the Ion Power, IIRC).
Destroys Monolith's body.
Owns Wonder Girl. Not much to see. Most of the fight was off-panel.
Tears open the hull of a large cargo ship.
Knocks around the JLA, plus Resurrection Man, who later resorted to Quantum Telekinesis as the only means of winning. Here, he knocks around Superman (who isn't holding back) and Wonder Woman with ease.
Fights and withstands punishment from Vuldarian Guy Gardner (Vuldarians possess Class 100+ strength and shapeshifting abilities) until Kyle interferes.
Busts through one of Kyle's constructs.
Knocks out Captain Atom (note that this isn't a bad showing for Cap, since he was blindsided by Force, and then blinded by Doctor Spectro).
@Illuminatus: @Onemoreposter: Which is why I think he's poses the greatest threat, besides Red Hulk.
Force has demonstrated near immortality, such as when he survived decapitation, and has also demonstrated power on level with a GL.
I'm with you on immortality. However, if he's 'killed,' it takes awhile for him to come back. When Kyle decapitated him in outer space, it took him months to resurface, as he stated in Battle For Bludhaven #5. When was killed by Captain Atom/Monarch in Battle for Bludhaven #6, Major Force didn't resurface until Action Comics #882 (the time frame for that in continuity is unknown, but realistically, it's a three-year gap. LOL)
If the Avengers manage to kill Major Force here, he would still lose the fight, even if he could come back to life (because he doesn't come back to life immediately).
Iron Man stands as an intellectual threat as he could possibly think of a way to beat Major Force given enough time but not a physical threat. Rulk's the greatest physical threat but since he can go toe to toe with Superman, the Justice League and Green Lantern, I think Rulk won't be much of a challenge. And Doc Strange has been majorly depowered now he's not Sorcerer Supreme. Everyone else is not a threat to the Major so he can clear this team of Avengers up pretty well.