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#1 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio

Mismatch. Hal stomps.

Ok I'm not the most informed about Green Lantern's strengths and weaknesses; so for future reference what would be a good way to limit his power?

You should instead find a different opponent. If you have to amp or weaken a character to a significant degree, then it's not a good fight.

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#2 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio

Lelouch should stomp this in a straight fight due to his Geass. He would make Joker his slave the second they made eye contact; the TC does not specify distance or location, so they are literally starting the fight staring at each other.

I'm locking this for now due to unfairness. If somebody has a problem with this, PM me.

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#3 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio
@ssj_god said:

HoM wanda? O.O .. i forgot about her... OVERKILL

mutant levels are classes to divide mutants depending on their power levels...omega level being the maximum... if those mutants doesn't belong in omega class, then which class does they belong?

Omega-level has no set perimeters, just vaguely considered to have "limitless potential." The writers determine who is and who is not an Omega. So no matter how powerful they might be, they still are not Omega until specified.

Same for Alpha-level, or any other level: they are explicitly classified. Speculation doesn't really work here: some might be eventually classified as such, but until specified, they are not Omega. That's just how it is.

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#5 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio
@ssj_god said:

@jedixman said:
@ssj_god said:

post retconned beyonder

He is not an Omega level mutant.

well he's a mutant.. and he's well in/above omega level mutant power class... most powerful mutants are classified as omega levels.. so if someone have powers of or beyond that class.. isn't it quite obvious that they are omega level?

No. It's not about power alone; Omega-level mutants need to be explicitly stated to be Omega-level. Is he more powerful than other Omegas? Yes, but that is not enough reason. He has not been classified as Omega-level, even in the issue where he was said to be a mutant. Therefore, until proven otherwise and explicitly stated, the Beyonder is not Omega-level.

PS: Also, post-retcon Beyonder was not particularly impressive. Post-retcon Beyonder only displayed planetary feats, not universal or galactic. His feats were not above that of HoM Wanda, and she isn't even classified as Omega-level.

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#6 Edited by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio
@ssj_god said:

post retconned beyonder

He is not an Omega level mutant.

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#7 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio

@gav: How do you figure that smart guy?I remember hickman the writer say Adult Franklinhad the same poiwer as a 4 planet fed Galactus.So a 5 or 6 planet fed Galactus is most likely going to beat adult Franklin Richards.What`s so damn hard to understand about that tough internet guy?

Calm down. Don't be so hostile.

Second, you really need to start backing up some of the claims and numbers you're mentioning.

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#8 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio

@imboredletsdebate: yes it has many times. Because it's true. The Sith of old were stronger because they had to defend themselves from thousands of other Sith and the Jedi has to fight them

This is untrue. Palpatine has been explicitly stated to be the most powerful Sith of all time. By feats alone, newer Jedi / Sith are more powerful than their predecessors - and we go by feats.

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#10 Posted by JediXMan (30933 posts) - - Show Bio

Stalemate or Batman.

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