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Cassandra cain has already shown the ability to copy the fighting styles of other characters (shadow thief), including the top martial artist Bronze Tiger, the same way Taskmaster did before with the Marvel characters. As previously said here, he doesn´t stand the advantage in this department. I believe they are pretty even out in this regard.
If we are talking about Taskmaster without his everlasting jobber aura, then he stands a chance of winning with his skilled partner Snake Eyes, other than that I take team 1 for the win.
@lowlaville: hey sorry for the delay but I´ll rate you ASAP ok?
I believe I´m also in debt with @wolverine08 so I will get back at you too alright?
Did you finish reading my 3v1 CaV yet? Just wondering. No rush.
hey I´ve finished reading so I didn´t forget you :p
I could be wrong but couldn't Gorgon lolstomp Round 1?
Round 2 goes to Gorgon with mid-difficulty.
I agree with this.
@jashro44: there´s any other combat feats from Drakon other than those you already posted?
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Dr. Doom manage to handle Nightmare who is near Skyfather level, not to mention that he handled Galactus, who is above Skyfather. Keep in mind that he had the same tech that he used to drain Galactus's power in the time he didn't used the cosmic cube, and most important, the tech used by him to absorb Nightmare is within his armor at all times. In top of that, the guy already dealt with Sorceror Supreme Strange, Scarlet Witch (who beat Dormammu in his own realm) and Doctor Voodoo with just magic alone. Blackheart won´t be able to do anything against Doctor Doom in this scenario who possess the ability absorb him, like he did to superior foes before.
Your attempt to pose Blackheart as a threat to Dr. Doom amuses me. How can Blackheart outsmart someone like him, considering that:
- Doom's intelligence trumped Beyonder. An Omnipotent being > Blackheart 'wannabe' Ruler of Hell.
Doom manages to subdue Galactus and defeat the most powerful entity written by Marvel.
- Doom fought Mephisto to save his mother's soul. If Doom can withstand Mephisto's magic and power, he can more than do so against Blackheart.
You keep saying Ghost Rider beat God and all that crap, but if you go back in time you will see that Dr. Doom has fought teams of Gods before, the same way he fought high end cosmic beings, resisted the Mad Celestials, killed a Watcher and the Marquis of Death without any time for prep or special tech, only using his raw power. So why should he be impressed by those feats you named?
I saw you questioned the durability of my team against Blackheart's TK. You really think my team will have any trouble with that, considering that Dr. Doom's force-fields, for example, already allowed him to survive his first physical encounter with the Beyonder's power, which throws him and Galactus back to Battleworld's surface. Doom wakes up first, from Secret Wars #1:
Doom also manages to survive an encounter with the Infinity Gauntlet's power, from Infinity Gauntlet #4:
Doom's armor blunts and absorbs the destructive capability of an atomic grenade, from Moon Knight #39
Kang also manage to tank powerfull attacks from the likes of Thor, Silver Surfer, Magus and Warlock, I doubt Blackheart can do any better them that.
In top of that we have Ultron who can further enhance the shields so Blackheart would only make them laugh.
So my team is not immune to psychic powers? Really??
Here you can see Dr. Doom withstanding the Purple Man's mind-powers in Emperor Doom. Purple Man, before Zemo upgraded his powers, was even able to influence Nate Grey's mind. Captain America couldn't even escape Purple Man's power, but Doom did:
Dr. Doom also fought the God/Eternal Overmind, who was the conglomerate of several hundred million minds in one being, and manage to redirect his attacks against himself, from Fantastic Four #116:
As for Kang, I´ve already proved he is immuned to psychic powers, don't you think that someone with 41th century tech wouldn't have thought about that?
Remember that who is talking is the character called Mantis, who Mantis also possesses strong telepathic, telekinetic and pyrokinetic abilities, as most recently demonstrated in the Annihilation: Conquest event, alongside a measure of precognition.