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#1 Edited by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

@lunacyde: just read your post AFTER my previous post. I'll get a new post up after I shower.

Power Set: Zack Fair (Final Fantasy 7)

Ability Set: Eternal Warrior (Valiant Comics)

Specialty Item: Cerberus (Fire, Ice, Lightning) (180 Rounds + 18 in clip)

Trainer: Amadeus Cho (Marvel)

Other Items:

  • Kevlar Suit
  • Round Shield
  • Battle Axe
  • Short Sword
  • 2 Frag Grenades
  • 3 Flash Bangs

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#2 Edited by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

@erik: ribbon has very few out of game stats, it's just been shown he has one. Honestly, I don't know why I even listed it, Jeggred is already immune to what it protects against.

Flash bangs would work really well against my guy's vision, but likely wouldn't stun him. Draegoth are hard to stun.

@dane Why? Is the Materia too much? I'm just using the DoC/AC items for Vincent, and Jeggred is just a FR character.

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#3 Posted by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

@zhurong said:

@joygirl: you and @bat_girl_cc actually put up somewhat of a argument while the others only picked Team 1

It's called fanboyism...xD

Actually, on a second thought, team 2 wins, even if Wolverine has his healling factor here...truth is, dispite some PIS occasions, Logan also got K.O'ed from less than what Bane or Ravager can hit.

TBH I don't see Bane doing well against Logan. We have someone who's essentially all hand to hand with nothing to defend himself against a meat blender... I mean, there's nothing Bane can do to stop Logan from cutting him to pieces. The same can be said about Shiva and Tiger.

Then we have Black Panther, who's suit will allow him to take anything the team dishes out, and his anti-metal allows him to wear away anyone's armor/weapons to a point where their offensive and defensive equipment slowly but surely becomes useless.

In all honesty, this isn't going to be easy for either team.

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#4 Edited by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

Clearly Thor and DS Sentry are non-factors in this battle. As this is clearly not another Thor vs DS Sentry thread.

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#5 Posted by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

Do Wonder Woman or Captain Marvel have a lot of TP Resistance? Because that's kind of a big deal here.

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#6 Posted by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

Deathstroke vs Grek Pak (Eternal Warrior)

or

Deathstroke vs. Bloodshot

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#7 Posted by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai said:

@gojira2014: Can you prove this? You can prove this resistance or are you merely citing it without any actual evidence to support it? And ya know how many figures in fiction survive after death just to Spite someone/thing/it/god? A lot. That's pretty much what most vampires/ghouls/monsters/poltergeists/whathaveyou in fiction.

Shikabane Hime is full of dead people who stuck around after they died. So how is Alucard special in this regard?

Alucard is actually almost completely immune to mental manipulation. His own psyche is actually buried beneath the collective memories of thousands (millions?) of other souls. It was shown when Zorin attempted to mentally attack Seras AFTER she had absorbed Pip that the additional of additional memories makes it extremely difficult to focus or target the original mind. And that was with just 1 additional soul in her body.

That being said, I am not gonna side with Alucard here. Contrary to popular belief, he's not all that impressive in striking power. While the only things I know of Luffy are what I've seen on the Vine. It looks like he's got the Reed Richards durability thing going, and if that extends to bullets, Alucard is all but screwed here. As he won't be able to damage Luffy.

The only big advantage I see in Alucard's corner is that he's extremely difficult to kill (as he's never lost a life in canon as far as I remember), and he has to be killed thousands of times over. Luffy is going to need a lot of stamina to put Alucard down for good. So this might be a win for Alucard via superior stamina, but overall I'd say he's probably outclassed.

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#8 Posted by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

@stormshadow_x: Our debate is on Page 63 if you're still in this.

@erik Tag you in all my posts. Also, to clarify, my guy is keeping an eye on his surroundings (something someone should do anyway in a fight). Just in case someone tries to get the jump on us or whatever. :-P

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#9 Edited by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

@lunacyde: A character appears as if he's in one place, but he's actually somewhere else.

In the case of who I was debating to use, he appears as if he's actually 3-5 feet in any direction from where he actually is. It's like Invisibility, but it doesn't make you invisible, it just displaces the light around you to make you appear as if you're not where you are.

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#10 Posted by Floopay (8576 posts) - - Show Bio

Didn't New Son kill the Phoenix of his reality, who was supposed to be on the same level as the Phoenix of 616 (Jean Grey) at the time?

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