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#1 Edited by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger: No problem. And I found the energy projection argument refreshing in away. Like I said, his draining gets brought up a lot, and so does the partial Hulk drain then nuke him scan in their last fight before Rulk ultimately lost. So pointing out a few other instances of just smaller cases like him punching Hulk in another fight or just him simply scorching the ground to where the dirt and sand become glass was nice.

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#2 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

@laflux: I originally tried it because I heard good things and they did some Olympic lifting in it, but everything else in it as I got further into crossfit just became sh*t.

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#3 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

@lvenger won it for me. He was impressive with bringing in Rulk's variety of skills and abilities and did so in a well addressed and accurate fashion. Simple things like just his minor energy projection in a few punches or how Rulk can scorch the earth instead of just sticking with the often used drain Hulk and nuke him attack or draining the Surfer. Skimming through it the first time, the only real point I disagreed on was using the Wolverine feat as an example of his damage soak. Rulk explicitly stated Wolverine could have killed him if he wanted to and Logan wanted information. So it's not too valid, IMO. Maybe for showing off his healing factor, sure, since he did recover the superficial damage quickly, but the eyes took awhile. He brought up Rulk's tactical knowledge and military background. I don't see it mentioned too often, but Rulk does have a brilliant mind. It's a reason Ross was so highly looked up to. He's no Cyclops or Cap, but he was issuing orders to a lot of the Avengers and they aren't a crackpot military squad. And he balanced these things nicely. He didn't go too much into one area and blow up another aspect of the character.

On Kidman's side of the fence, he has a lot of scans. That's really the biggest prop I can give him. Unfortunately, and I've said this before to him in even both of our CaV's, was his penchant for not paying attention to his scans. Lvenger debunked some like using Herc hitting Sentry in the balls. P5 Namor twisting Rulk's arm came into the discussion to somehow say Thing came out looking better, yet Namor tried no such attack like that on him. Bringing up how Colossus no longer cared about the destruction because of the fight with Kuurth yet there are a few instances of Colossus wishing to turn out of his Juggernaut form while in the state so he doesn't lose control like in his fight with Spider-Man or the first one with Rulk. Bringing up how Wonder Man so easily dispatched Rulk yet failed to mention Spider-Man bringing up in that arc that Simon had gotten stronger. Overall, I counted over 10 instances of misconstrued information.

I think Lvenger takes it by a fair margin. He had a better balanced and more accurate argument. Kidman has the GENERAL knowledge of the characters he seems to debate with, but he has a long to way to go with his comparisons and intricacies with said characters, and that has just brought him down for awhile.

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#4 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

And no thanks on the Strain vampires. I'd rather not turn pale, have a 6 foot alien tentacle mouth, and I sure as hell don't want my genitals falling off.

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#5 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

TVDL Tyler Lockwood. Vampire/werewolf hybrid. Pre-season 6. Loophole! Still half vampire!

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#7 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

I think people are ovaryacting about this.

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#8 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

Why do you underestimate my power?

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#9 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

ManBearPigGore

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#10 Posted by God_Spawn (37584 posts) - - Show Bio

@liasesanz: Warning for an obvious mismatch. That goes for the rest of your accounts, too.

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