These types of threads were once banned but brought back. These types of battles can however be banned once again if this rule is mistreated. However, due to the flame wars that inevitably arise in DBZ vs comics threads, these particular types of threads are not allowed. Other anime vs comics threads are permitted.
The exception is:
DBZ VS Comics/Manga Threads are BANNED
Due to the childish nature of some users and amount of flame wars that have been started since unbanning anime, it has been decided by the battle mods that DBZ VS Comics/Manga threads are here on out banned. We have decided that anime in general is still allowed. We have seen plenty of threads with anime characters that have had perfectly respectable and reasonable debates, but with 90% of DBZ threads ending in flame wars and insults due to some fans and some comic users, Dragonball, DBZ, DBGT VS Comics/Manga threads are now against the rules. Comics, anime / manga, video games, movies, cartoons / television shows, or adaptations from any of the aforementioned, may not be paired up against Dragonball, DBZ, DBGT, or any other piece of the Dragonball franchise.
But, it does not have to be permanent. Very much alike the original anime ban, this could be lifted when we feel it is appropriate. Until then, however, we feel this is for the best.
Challenge a Viner threads or the tourney matches CAN include a DBZ character VS a comic book or manga character outside of the Dragonball Universe. The reason for that is those types of threads are contained between two users and are generally handled much better and in a much more respectable way between said users. It's only the open threads that are generally the problem.
DBZ vs DBZ battles should be OK due to them being in the same universe and much easier to avoid combusting. But once again, I will say this could be as easily taken away. Don't ruin this.
I'm just as lazy as you. I read this post last night and was like, "... eh... I'll do it later."
Here ya go. Jacen casually manipulates a Y-Wing.
Jacen reached out and pulled a handful of air toward him. Simultaneously the Y-wing’s ion jet pods skidded backward across the duracrete, sending up showers of sparks, just until the starfighter’s nose slid off the barrier and crashed to the ground, facing directly into the duracrete.
Then he added a twisting motion, and the Y-wing rotated along its long axis, crashing onto the taxiing strip upside down.