By FMStyyx Comments
This is how all fight set ups should be modelled
Tony Stark (Batman) vs Bruce Wayne (Iron Man)
One day, the One-Above-All and the Pressence heard thousands of voices crying out in fervor of challenge. It was not the first time they had heard the cries but the fervor was never less intense. "Iron Man is nothing but the Batman of Marvel," one voice jeered while another cried "Iron Man is smarter than Bruce and he has more style." But the voices were never quelled. The paralels of Stark and Wayne could never be escaped. Both were inventors, geniuses, crime-fighters, rich, and both were human at their cores in a world with beings the far outclassed their own mortal abilities and made up for that discrepancy with technology they crafted and designed. Long ago, these great beings along with other powers that be had crafted a place where such wars could be held in a universe where they would be free to wage untetherd battle without jeopardizing their own universes. They called this realm "The Vine" but this battle had happend before in many different ways. Who was a better fighter? Who had better tech? Who was a better strategist? The battles always went back and fourth and a solid winner was never chosen. But it all came back to one question. Were they really, at their cores, alternate versions of the same person? And could one of them ever be superior? Unable to decide one a challenge that would finally answer these questions they sought the aid of one of the Viners, the cosmic denizens of the Vine who lend their powers to the champions to determine the outcomes of each epic conflict. That entity was DangerousLoki.
Bruce Wayne has been taken from Wayne Manor and placed in Stark Tower, and Tony Stark has been placed in Wayne Manor. Neither of them bring anything with them beyond the clothes on their back. At that moment they are suffering from a serious case of the USS Enterprise syndrome, a syndrome symptomatic of being the only starship in the quadrant available to do anything or in this case hero, when their Rogue's galleries both attack respectively. Both are forced to take on each others mantle to combat the threat. Bruce Wayne becoming Iron Man and Tony Stark becoming Batman.
Stark and Wayne will both have each others respective standard gear, Bruce will have access to general use stark Armor before the Extremis unit. Stark will have the Batcave, utility belt, and other standard batman equipment but no specialty tech or armors. For the sake of this challenge boths equipment will register the other as an identified user and they don't have to hack the belt/armor. However neither knows each others equipment and both are thrust into combat before the can be acclimated to the situation. They will each face 7 members of the others Rogue gallery and the will be determined by who would defeat the others rogue gallery or at least the one who would stack up the most wins.
Batman (Stark) will be facing:
Round 1: Mr. Freeze
Round 2: Firefly
Round 3: Talia Al Ghul
Round 4: Ra's Al Ghul
Round 5: Bane
Round 6: Deathstroke
Round 7: Joker
Iron Man (Wayne) will be facing:
Round 1: Blizzard
Round 2: Firebrand
Round 3: Madam Masque
Round 4: Count Nefaria
Round 5: Firepower
Round 6: Crimson Dynamo
Round 7: The Mandarin
Battle-field removal is off. Win by knockout or submission(through seduction or other means) only. Standard morals apply to both characters. Neither Bruce or Stark has access to any technology that their respective counter does not possess and neither have access to more then their general use equipment. All rogues should be considered current versions where applicable when not applicable (death of character, massive power upgrade) the character should be considered at the most current version previous this.
Both have to compensate not only with beating their villains (I tried to select villains who had a paralel in both worlds) but with operating equipment and technology they're not familiar with that might inadvertently effect what they can do. Keep that in mind when determining who will win each round.
Secondary Scenario: Add an hour before the attacks of the gallery for both to familiarize themselves with each others equipment but they still don't know about the attack and cannot seek any aid only learn about the gear they'll have available. Will this effect the outcome of the matches?
Let the battle begin.