I suppose it'll come down to Wesley & Deathstroke. Deathstroke...well we've all seen the scans of him a hundred times over and Wes is the man Bullseye aspires to be. If The Killer's ability to kill can beat Deathstroke's reflexes he'll take it, if not Deathstroke will eventually run him through with that sword.
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Wesley Gibson & Fox, each with a pair of pistols.
Deathstroke & Ravager (Pre-DCnU) with a pistol & sword each.
No other equipment, no prep. Random encounter in a factory. Starting a hundred yards apart.
The Seven Kingdoms as of the beginning of ASOIAF
Rohan & Gondor as of the beginning of LOTR
Both regions are plucked up from the position they occupy in their respective worlds and placed into a large landmass, Westeros in the East and Gondor & Rohan fifty a hundred miles to the West.
All out war, morals on, continues until one faction is obliterated or surrenders.
Jaime has his longsword & shield, Kingsguard armour
Robb Stark has Heavy Cavalry chainmail & leather, longsword & shield
Jon Snow has a bastard sword, Night's Watch armour
Fighting in the Red Keep throne room
Book & series feats applicable.
Robb alone refused to fight Jaime on his terms, could he do it with his trusty brother? (Or you know, cousin. L+R?)
Jaime clears. Its simply how he was set up. He was the best there was of his time. His story isn't about getting better as a warrior, its about getting better as a person. Some rounds might be quite tough, but he'll take it in the end.
@NeonGameWave: Just scrolled through the read and stopped to read when it looked like something relevant was being discussed. But it was all irrelevant or wrong. The Gods in TES aren't planets, when you look in the sky you don't see the Gods in the form of planets, you see the planes those Gods inhabit. Planet = Gods Plane, not the God.
"they were left weakened and confined to their own planes, which mortals on Nirn see as the planets."
The Dragonborn doesn't have prior knowledge, he has prep. Prior knowledge is a separate thing altogether.
Superman has a really good counter to all the shouts...and most of the magic. Its being faster than the speed of sound. As soon as the Dragonborn starts projecting something clearly not a normal vocal output, Supes just moves. Supes might not be bloodlusted or set to no morals, but there's no PIS here either, there's no reason he'll let any blows land. Even with a slow down time shout or quick reflexes, he'll never slow Superman down enough to give him the upperhand.
Now then, about that evidence I asked for concerning a Dragonborn shield tanking a blow from Superman? Got anything?