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#51 Posted by Esquire (3833 posts) - - Show Bio

@esquire said:

Narrowly edging it to Oceanmaster. Joewell missed the opportunity to bring up Aang's ability to redirect lightning, which would be extremely useful against Electro.

He has it in there in post 10.

I vote for Joewell although controlling a guy made of lightning is a bit of a stretch.

I feel stupid. :P

Still voting for OM in the end, though.

#52 Edited by joewell (6290 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump

#53 Posted by oceanmaster21 (7816 posts) - - Show Bio

@joewell: seems to be going good mybe we shud battle again soon

#54 Posted by Sherlock (7252 posts) - - Show Bio

I would also give it to joewell

#55 Edited by joewell (6290 posts) - - Show Bio
#56 Posted by jpgreat1 (8 posts) - - Show Bio

Joewell, bloodbending is such a powerful feat that I don't understand how anything (even super strong characters) can get around it.

#57 Posted by Esquire (3833 posts) - - Show Bio

@joewell: Not necessarily anything. Whoever has more when I decide it's time to go to the next round.

#58 Posted by joewell (6290 posts) - - Show Bio
#59 Posted by Dredeuced (5475 posts) - - Show Bio

@jpgreat1 said:

Joewell, bloodbending is such a powerful feat that I don't understand how anything (even super strong characters) can get around it.

While not completely applicable to this fight, anyone who doesn't have blood or anyone who doesn't have to move their limbs to use their powers. Also, as said, significant strength can overpower it as normal humans are capable of minor movements while being bloodbent.

#60 Posted by dondave (36069 posts) - - Show Bio

I vote OceanMaster

@oceanmaster21: Also why did you post about an alternate universe Captain Marvel; who actually lost to Thanos?

#61 Posted by ScottishWarlord (155 posts) - - Show Bio

I vote Joewell

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

I vote joewell

#63 Edited by Hoarderofhilarity (299 posts) - - Show Bio

I vote for oceanmaster21 however I would like to point out that the Electro that nearly took out Thor was made completely of Anti-matter so it's quite a durability feat that Thor didn't blow up.

#64 Posted by Dextersinister (5939 posts) - - Show Bio

@jpgreat1 said:

Joewell, bloodbending is such a powerful feat that I don't understand how anything (even super strong characters) can get around it.

While not completely applicable to this fight, anyone who doesn't have blood or anyone who doesn't have to move their limbs to use their powers. Also, as said, significant strength can overpower it as normal humans are capable of minor movements while being bloodbent.

Actually bloodbending was disallowed but his opponent was describing his characters way above tournament level so I felt like that balanced out.

#65 Edited by Dredeuced (5475 posts) - - Show Bio

@dredeuced said:

@jpgreat1 said:

Joewell, bloodbending is such a powerful feat that I don't understand how anything (even super strong characters) can get around it.

While not completely applicable to this fight, anyone who doesn't have blood or anyone who doesn't have to move their limbs to use their powers. Also, as said, significant strength can overpower it as normal humans are capable of minor movements while being bloodbent.

Actually bloodbending was disallowed but his opponent was describing his characters way above tournament level so I felt like that balanced out.

Bloodbending was allowed. Joewell specifically stated exactly what I said when he talked to Esquire about it.

#66 Edited by Dextersinister (5939 posts) - - Show Bio

@dredeuced said:

@dextersinister said:

@dredeuced said:

@jpgreat1 said:

Joewell, bloodbending is such a powerful feat that I don't understand how anything (even super strong characters) can get around it.

While not completely applicable to this fight, anyone who doesn't have blood or anyone who doesn't have to move their limbs to use their powers. Also, as said, significant strength can overpower it as normal humans are capable of minor movements while being bloodbent.

Actually bloodbending was disallowed but his opponent was describing his characters way above tournament level so I felt like that balanced out.

Bloodbending was allowed. Joewell specifically stated exactly what I said when he talked to Esquire about it.

If it was allowed afterwards and isn't an instant win technique that's ok, I just recall it being singled out as something that wasn't allowed in the tournament within the original thread.

#67 Posted by joewell (6290 posts) - - Show Bio

6-5 with me winning right?

Also bump

#68 Posted by joewell (6290 posts) - - Show Bio

@esquire:

Sooooo are we going to the next round?

#69 Posted by Esquire (3833 posts) - - Show Bio

@joewell: In a couple of days. I'd like more votes in some of the matches.