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#1 Posted by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

Oy, fella! I'm yar new reparter, Eddie Brogue!

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#2 Edited by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm really glad Tove Lo is gonna be blowing up soon.

And Krewella sounds so different without Rain Man.

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#3 Posted by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

@lukehero: I mentioned that in the post, but it depends on the setting and how far they would go. I doubt they would drop chunks of buildings on each other, but creating things like small craters, or smoke screens, and what not would be fine. Still, they would most likely end up in CQC at some point for the most part, IMO.

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#4 Posted by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio
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#5 Edited by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

@laryking: What I'm asking though is how does Cyke's powers necessarily make him more powerful because they come from a universe full of the concussive energy? Havok's blasts do not come from other universes, but his body is constantly absorbing ambient energies around. Given that there are vast amounts of energy in the universe he exists, it's not like Havok will ever run dry either. And unlike Alex, Scott has never been shown to sun-dip. Havok has that benefit to become temporarily stronger than he normally is. It's how Alex beat the crap out of Vulcan. Scott COULD have been able to sun-dip at one point, but once they retconned the whole optic blasts from being metabolized solar energy to the solar energy just helping to keep his apertures open to an extra-dimensional source, it wouldn't exactly help since it doesn't let him draw on any excess energy. So I will agree that there is potential for Scott to be vastly more powerful than he could be if using his powers didn't fatigue him, but saying he could obliterate the universe because his powers comes from another universe, and that "potential" makes him powerful than Havok when their powers won't be too much of a factor anyway (unless they attack the environment and use chunks of ground or whatever is overhead to their advantage), I find it to be a very big jump and very big stretch.

But I do agree Scott wins since they are virtually immune to each other's powers, and Scott does have the better fighting and tactical feats.

And welcome to the Vine. I hope you enjoy it here.

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#6 Edited by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

Despite being one of the biggest jobbers in Marvel, if not the biggest jobbing villain, I still like Creed. I'd take him over Holocaust any day.

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#7 Posted by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

Thing.

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#8 Edited by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

@laryking: I don't see how the difference in their powerset matters? What do you really mean his power is all he has? His body is constantly absorbing energy, hence why he needs the regular. Scott's blasts are always on, hence why he needs the ruby quartz. The sources of their power don't really make a difference since both won't run out, but their ability to exert said powers can grow weaker and weaker upon exertion. And since Cyclops can't unleash all of his dimensions power and destroy the universe, what bearing does that bring to this fight?

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#9 Posted by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

@laflux: Until they back out of him again!!

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#10 Posted by God_Spawn (38242 posts) - - Show Bio

@laflux said:

@wolverine08 said:

@laflux said:

@wolverine08 said:

B%tches love 5'9 190 muscular guys like me. Just check out the Real Life pic thread :)

I remember when I used to get hyped over compliments on the internet....

You'll always be smaller than me. It burns you :)

It does a bit, and credit where credit is due.

Good thing I can be the counterpoint to him. :)

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