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#1 Edited by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

Batman would probably win... mainly because the T-800 does not really have speed or agility to test Bruce's fighting prowess... now if a T-800 could connect on Bats it would easily affect him... but I don't see it happening... I see Bruce using his surroundings to eventually take out the Terminator.

The OP didn't even give Batman prep or weapons. They said H2H and Batman is faster? So you're saying a human Is gonna be faster than a machine? LOL....... Whatever dude. I see Batman thinking to himself " Ah I can take this guy down " and come to find out, Batman either gets thrown over a building or TERMINATOR just tears his entire body apart and Bruce is finished!

If Bane can paralyze Batman, then TERMINATOR can do the same and worse.....

Those T-800's are Gods.

TERMINATOR Destroys.

#2 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

T-800 destroys.

#3 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

The Doc can win if he fights them one at a time. I mean Wolverines been knocked out by a shotgun in the films and based on the scans in the OP it looks as if thats the version of these guys being used.

Captain America really didnt fight anyone on Docs level, hes gotten in tonys face in the avengers movie, but he told Stark " What are you without that suit? " which pretty much means he cant even beat IronMan fully armed and equipped.

The Doc will find a way to take these two out, Captain America dies first and easily, then it goes down to Doc vs Wolverine and Doc should eventually win.

#4 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@HyperViper97 said:

Jason stomps due to unkillablility
#5 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@CalebHara said:

Make it a T-1000, then we have a sick fight.

or that T-800 from Salvation. That would be a good fight.

T-600's are to weak. they get destroyed easily. Tony should be able to take a few of those easily.

#6 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai said:

All bullets did was push aside the liquid metal. It then just reformed itself. Healing would mean restoring something that was lost or dead. Wolverine has a healing factor. When all the skin and muscle in his arm is flayed or burned away, he regenerates new tissue. The T-1000 however cannot replicate itself, it can only reform the pieces to make itself whole.

Wrong. Bullets bounced the T-1000 back, but that doesnt change the fact that all it did was put holes in it and cause it to regenerate. Yes I know what you're referring too. You're saying if you got your brains blown out by a gun and a new brain regenerated, then thats a healing factor...... Yes I get that........ Thats a different healing factor than what the T-1000 has. If the T-1000 reforming is not called a healing factor than what is it called like I asked? Their has to be a name for it. Until you give me a name for his regenerating abilities, I will always refer to it as healing/regenerating factor.

You can take an ice cube, melt it and freeze it again. That's basically what the T-1000 is. It cannot make more of itself, and if some of the water evaporates before it can be frozen again, it can't make more water on its own.

I believe while the T-1000 was dying he shapeshifted into 2 heads. Just like he can make his finger grow as big as he wants. He was able to make more of what his fingers and arms were since it was a shapeshifter. That counts. sorry, but it does.

And again, we're talking about weapons that aren't going to push aside the T-1000's liquid metal, but vaporize it with higher extremes of temperate. Once a part is destroyed, it cannot be replaced. The T-1000's total mass cannot change. Each strike of a lightsaber or blaster would reduce its mass and if enough is destroyed it cannot maintain itself.

You have no proof of that. It's like saying the end of the world will destroy him. It wouldnt. It would blow the T-1000 apart and KO it, but once the wind and the fire gave out, it would regenerate, cause all that will do is blow it apart. The Light Saber could trim it into pieces, into little tiny pieces, but those little tiny pieces will regenerate and the T-1000 will be back together as good as new. like always.

#7 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai said:

@deadpool6_6_6 said:

The T-1000 had it's entire body blown to tiny pieces after it was frozen. Once the heat melted/thawed the ice off of its liquid metal pieces, it regenerated within 30 seconds or so. Which is an insane healing factor.

That's not a healing factor. Like I said, it reformed itself. A healing factor would mean replacing something that was lost. However the T-1000 has a limited mass and cannot replicate itself. Pieces broken off can be rejoined. But parts destroyed can't be reconstituted. The T-1000 is also made of a form of nano-technology and its program is within the liquid metal itself. Once that began to degrade, it lost all sense of self and was destroyed.

If the T-1000 pulling itself back together when it loses its body parts isnt called a healing factor than what is it? What was it called when fire arms put holes in it and those holes closed up instantly? Its a healing factor............... Just like if you cut your finger and it scabs up and a week later the sore is gone.... What is that called? It's called healed.

Yes the T-1000 is made of nano technology and you know what its made of? Like u said, Liquid Metal.......... He only degraded when he fell in the lake of hot steel and died which took a bit to happen.

#8 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai said:

Actually you're mistaken. the T-800 from T2 didn't vape instantly. The Clothes and skin it was wearing is what ignited to give that appearance. Even after the T-800 was submerged it was still active at least until its internal components had heated and burnt out.

.The clothes and skin didnt melt as he was being lowered into it because his entire body wasnt in it yet. Also right after he gave the thumbs up is when his CPU went off............. He was destroyed less than 7 seconds after his head went under.

Also, the head wouldn't have had to melt for internal parts to overheat and burn out. If a computer gets to hot, the hardware fries and wires can melt. The same applies to all machines like this, including the T-800. Even if its exoskeleton hadn't melted, the extreme heat of being in the molten vat was enough to fry its circuity rather quickly.

If you're trying to say his armor took awhile to melt, then prove it. Yes the wires and circuits in the T-800 could of gotten fried instantly, but the T-1000 doesnt have wires or circuits that T-800's have which also explains why it didnt die so fast.

Also the T-1000 doesn't have a healing factor. It can, however, reform itself if a piece is broken off, but not if it's destroyed.

The T-1000 had it's entire body blown to tiny pieces after it was frozen. Once the heat melted/thawed the ice off of its liquid metal pieces, it regenerated within 30 seconds or so. Which is an insane healing factor.

#9 Edited by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai said:

@deadpool6_6_6 said:

a vat, a lake, a pool, whats the difference? The T-1000 died within a minutes time is awhile compared to how quick the T-800 melted in it was.

The T-800's body actually would take longer because it's solid tempered metal. However its electronics and memory chip was fried from the heat so it "died" long before its body had turned molten in the vat, thus destroying the evidence of future tech.

Well I agree the T-800's armor is stronger and is more durable than the T-1000's to various degrees, only difference is, the T-800's dont have the insane healing factors T-1000;s have.

Unless you're talking the T-800/T-RIP ( Prototype ) from Salvation, NO. T-800's didnt show that they can withstand moltein metal longer than T-1000's. The T-800 from T2 ( A regular model ) vaped instantly when his whole body went under, it showed his CPU getting instantly terminated! T-1000 on the other hand did not vape as fast as the T-800 did.

Now if you're thinking of the T-800 ( prototype ) from TS, That Model is far different than a regular T-800 with far more durable armor and higher upgrades.

Edit: Also keep in mind. the T-800's CPU did shutdown instantly as u stated, but the heat would have to melt through its metal head first to get to the CPU.

#10 Posted by deadpool6_6_6 (1064 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai said:

That as a vat of molten steel, not a lake. And the problem was that the T-1000 couldn't maintain its form and what was holding it together was being destroyed. It didn't take anymore than a minute before it was completely boiled away. But we're talking something different here.

a vat, a lake, a pool, whats the difference? The T-1000 died within a minutes time is awhile compared to how quick the T-800 melted in it was.

The T-1000 is already a liquid form and a lightsaber is like a plasma torch contained within an electromagnetic field, reaching temperatures of several thousand degrees or higher. Whatever part of the T-1k that is hit will essentially be vaporized and it will be incapable of sustaining its form. A few strikes is all it'll take.

If you say so.