#1 Posted by tron_bonne (2513 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by allhailme (353 posts) - - Show Bio

Its amazing that all these battles have results with almost no time available for votes.

#3 Posted by Blacktimus (166 posts) - - Show Bio

According to what I just read, that particular version of the Living Tribunal was a mere manifestation body. So if it's the real Living Tribunal I don't see how Protege is winning here.

#4 Posted by tron_bonne (2513 posts) - - Show Bio
@Blacktimus said:

According to what I just read, that particular version of the Living Tribunal was a mere manifestation body. So if it's the real Living Tribunal I don't see how Protege is winning here.

Sorta like an astral form of itself?
#5 Edited by Falcor (130 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, it was later ruled that the Tribunal's powers Protege had acquired were not from the actual Living Tribunal but some separate form of him.

Team takes it, especially if this is pre-retcon Beyonder. The only ones who can beat him are The-One-Above-All or a Heart of the Universe wielder. If it's not pre-retcon Beyonder, I think the team still takes the victory.

#6 Posted by Saren (26377 posts) - - Show Bio

@Falcor said:

Yeah, it was later ruled that the Tribunal's powers Protege had acquired were not from the actual Living Tribunal but some separate form of him.

Team takes it, especially if this is pre-retcon Beyonder. The only ones who can beat him are The-One-Above-All or a Heart of the Universe wielder. If it's not pre-retcon Beyonder, I think the team still takes the victory.

This makes infinite sense, considering how lousy that Protege story was. He get the power of the Tribunal and is then tricked by Celestials? Really?

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#7 Posted by Falcor (130 posts) - - Show Bio

@CitizenBane: I don't remember the specifics (I go out of my way to keep it that way, too) but Protege was a child or childish, right? I know Protege got powers from others but if he retained the intelligence of a child or average entity then I can see Protege being tricked by even a far weaker being. Unless Protege was highly intelligent. If that's the case then so be it since the story was, as you accurately said, lousy.

#8 Posted by tron_bonne (2513 posts) - - Show Bio
@Falcor said:

The only ones who can beat him are The-One-Above-All or a Heart of the Universe wielder. If it's not pre-retcon Beyonder, I think the team still takes the victory.

It's the same Beyonder that allowed Protege to enter the realm of Eternity from the start and ended up fighting Protege later.
#9 Posted by AlanisMorissette (81 posts) - - Show Bio

LOL! This is a hard one!

#11 Posted by Experio (18200 posts) - - Show Bio

Team

#12 Posted by lol (5445 posts) - - Show Bio

One better question is what even is doing Cyttorak here

#13 Posted by lol (5445 posts) - - Show Bio

Really someone say me what is Cyttorak doing here

#14 Posted by dondave (39680 posts) - - Show Bio

Team

#15 Posted by cosmic_reign (376 posts) - - Show Bio

@dondave:

Bumping...

Protege wins!!

Cytorrak=non factor...

Nemesis=IG < LT...

Fate of the multiverse...this was not an M-body LT

#16 Posted by MysticMedivh (11347 posts) - - Show Bio

Assuming classic incarnation, Beyonder solos.

#17 Edited by dondave (39680 posts) - - Show Bio

@dondave:

Bumping...

Protege wins!!

Cytorrak=non factor...

Nemesis=IG < LT...

Fate of the multiverse...this was not an M-body LT

.........

#18 Posted by taylan93 (102 posts) - - Show Bio

Protege wins.

#19 Posted by NotATreeABush (4145 posts) - - Show Bio

Team wins with easy

#20 Posted by Claymore1998 (9359 posts) - - Show Bio

Protege. Would anyone other than the living tribunal even be consequential here ?

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