#1 Edited by Yaujtapool (7577 posts) - - Show Bio

Battle takes place in the void of space and is a random encounter , they start off from 500 feet apart .
 Scenario 1-Onslaught has Reality manip powers
Scenario  2-Onslaught does not posses reality manip powers

Onslaught 


VS
 
Despero

#2 Edited by vuviper (5530 posts) - - Show Bio

With or without reality warping powers?
 
With I'd say Onslaught
without Despero

#3 Posted by Yaujtapool (7577 posts) - - Show Bio
@vuviper said:
" With or without reality warping powers?  With I'd say Onslaught without Despero "
Check the OP i edited .
#4 Posted by vuviper (5530 posts) - - Show Bio
@Yaujtapool: 
 
1 Onslaught
2 Despero is more powerful psionically and physically.
#5 Posted by Yaujtapool (7577 posts) - - Show Bio
@vuviper said:
" @Yaujtapool:   1 Onslaught 2 Despero is more powerful psionically and physically. "
Fair enough .
#6 Posted by gobstakid777 (1815 posts) - - Show Bio
@vuviper said:
" @Yaujtapool:   1 Onslaught 2 Despero is more powerful psionically and physically. "
#7 Posted by comic_book_fan (5520 posts) - - Show Bio

onslaught wins both .

#8 Edited by Pierpat (2669 posts) - - Show Bio

@vuviper said:

@Yaujtapool:

1 Onslaught

2 Despero is more powerful psionically and physically.

#9 Posted by comic_book_fan (5520 posts) - - Show Bio

@pierpat: no he isn't onslaught knock juggernaut clear across the country and ripped the gem out of his chest and all of the bricks on marvel earth couldn't scratch his armor at all until hulk pushed to his limit in anger over powered him but to me that was hulk at his most powerful because he was so enraged he and had nothing restraining him.

onslaught was living psionic energy he may not have the feats because he was fighting lesser telepaths oh wait he does have feats of absorbing both franklin and x-man against there will and franklin alone is much more powerful than despero and x-man is in the same ballpark infact there is nothing stopping onslaught from just absorbing despero as well.

#10 Posted by Pierpat (2669 posts) - - Show Bio

@pierpat: no he isn't onslaught knock juggernaut clear across the country and ripped the gem out of his chest and all of the bricks on marvel earth couldn't scratch his armor at all until hulk pushed to his limit in anger over powered him but to me that was hulk at his most powerful because he was so enraged he and had nothing restraining him.

onslaught was living psionic energy he may not have the feats because he was fighting lesser telepaths oh wait he does have feats of absorbing both franklin and x-man against there will and franklin alone is much more powerful than despero and x-man is in the same ballpark infact there is nothing stopping onslaught from just absorbing despero as well.

Come on, physically despero is superior to supes, cmon, onslaught has nothing on that level.

Well, they were all mutants, despero is not.

#11 Posted by antiwhipped (202 posts) - - Show Bio
#12 Edited by oceanmaster21 (7808 posts) - - Show Bio

despero 6 out of 10

#13 Posted by comic_book_fan (5520 posts) - - Show Bio

@oceanmaster21:

no onslaught owns him onslaught strength is next to limitless he could rip despero's mind apart they are on different levels you need a parallax or someone of a higher tier to beat onslaught.

even first form of onslaught is much stronger with his telepathy.

#14 Edited by XiiX (7884 posts) - - Show Bio

What are Onslaughts' greatest feats?

#15 Edited by comic_book_fan (5520 posts) - - Show Bio

@xiix: first form ripping the gem from juggernaut's chest and throwing him across north America

and crushing phoenix jean with ease in a mental battle telepathically carving his name in her head while he was doing this to jean he was posing as Charles and researching franklin Richards. and creating an emp attack that stopped thor and the ff in there tracks with the wave of his hand and destroyed most of the machines in the area.

second form absorbing franklin and x-man into him stealing their powers and then creating a second sun and altering reality.

#16 Posted by XiiX (7884 posts) - - Show Bio