" Didn't watch it. I like to avoid that.That said, it's likely the man will get a year in jail at most. I believe that's the highest punishment for animal cruelty (last time I checked, anyway). Not good enough. "Same. i didn't watch it either. i know if i had have watched it, it would have just killed me. It's been almost 4 years and still not a day goes by when i don't miss my dog. there is no more loyal an animal than a dog. "man's best friend" doesn't even come close to describing them. animal abusers are just pathetic, spineless cowards. and you're absolutely right, the punishment for this is not even close to being good enough.
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" @RoninTheFury said:
"Yeah, that's a good question. Truthfully, I think Thor could have done what he did to the Doom Destroyer even if there was no way of draining its power. it just would have taken him longer to do it. Superman is vulnerable to magic, but is Doom's magic powerful enough to put a bloodlusted Superman down permanently? Doom has good magic, and is very powerful, but i don't think it is anywhere near the levels that Odin or the other Sky-Fathers possess. From what i remember, full powered Doom Destroyer only had about 8-12 Asgardians that he was continually siphoning energy from. the rest came from Kelda's initial assault on one of his Doombots, and the lightning blast Thor brought down on another. That's a decent amount of power(which i am sure Doom added his own magic to it as well) but it is nothing compared to the power that the original Destroyer Armor is infused with. That said, i am kind of leaning towards Superman, but i really don't know whether or not he has overcome magical attacks by others on Dooms level. "
Doubtful, the durability of the armor went from being able to take Thor's attacks without a dent to having it being torn to pieces after it lost it's power supply. Of course it is.
Doom Destroyer only had 3 observable individuals(Asgardian torsos still alive) powering it, to jump start it took Thor's and Kelda's to start it, the other Asgardians were dead and feeding off the same power source.
Doom's magical power doesn't need to be anywhere close to Odin or other Godheads, that would be Supreme overkill for Superman.
This fight depends really on the power the Doom Destroyer has, while incomplete it was shown to out muscle Thor and tank his attacks without trouble, without the power Superman trashes the suit in a few hits.
"Yeah Sorry bro, i should have been a little more specific in what i meant about Thor being able to take down the Doom Destroyer even if it was not cut off from its power source. I think one thing we can all agree with is that the Doom Destroyer(while powerful) is nothing when compared to the original Destroyer, which, while primarily powered by the Odin Force, also was empowered with a small portion of every God-Head of Earths Pantheons. Now, i totally agree with you, the Doom Destroyer was smacking Thor around and making it look easy, but we have also seen this happen to Thor before with guys like Mangog, Kurse, Gladiator, Durok, Glory,(just to name a few) where he took some serious punishment, but sooner or later he would either run out of patience, or lose himself to warriors madness and find the strength and/or power to put the majority of them down(i don't know if he ever truly ko'd Kurse, but i know he did with the rest) but the best example imo, was when Thor(no Odin Force) flew into his warrior madness and actually dented and cracked the visor of the original Destroyer Armor. aside from the Celestials, or when Thor had the Odin Force, i cannot remember any other force or being that was able to actually make a dent on the Destroyer. don't get me wrong, throughout the years, the Destroyer laid some severe beatings on Thor. but still, for him to actually do that to the original armor, was pretty impressive. so all i meant was i don't think the Doom Destroyer would be able to withstand repeated blows along that line. also during the events of the Doom/Asgard storyline, Thor was still trying to overcome the guilt he had over killing Bor, and was even more fearful of going all out against anyone-even when Grog and Seth tried to kill him after finding out about his emotional and spiritual weakness he was suffering from since killing Bor, he was still afraid that he might end up killing someone, so that could have played a part in the initial beating he took from Doom. Then again, i could be wrong. who knows right? it's too bad that Balder severed the power source so quickly, or there would have been more to go on.
"Yeah, that's a good question. Truthfully, I think Thor could have done what he did to the Doom Destroyer even if there was no way of draining its power. it just would have taken him longer to do it. Superman is vulnerable to magic, but is Doom's magic powerful enough to put a bloodlusted Superman down permanently? Doom has good magic, and is very powerful, but i don't think it is anywhere near the levels that Odin or the other Sky-Fathers possess. From what i remember, full powered Doom Destroyer only had about 8-12 Asgardians that he was continually siphoning energy from. the rest came from Kelda's initial assault on one of his Doombots, and the lightning blast Thor brought down on another. That's a decent amount of power(which i am sure Doom added his own magic to it as well) but it is nothing compared to the power that the original Destroyer Armor is infused with. That said, i am kind of leaning towards Superman, but i really don't know whether or not he has overcome magical attacks by others on Dooms level.
Does the Doom Destroyer have that Asgardian Juice being pumped into it?
Otherwise Superman would turn it into a trash can like Thor did.
With it's power:
Without it's power:
" @VII アメリカの英雄: @RoninTheFury: I heard and read in multiple places that he's as heavy as the earth itself or half of earth. "Wow. even if he was half as heavy as Earth, can you imagine how much weight that is? and my thoughts are if he did it once, he could do it again. he might need to be in a berserker state to do it, or be wearing his enchanted belt and gauntlets, but i think in the end, he could do it. do you yourself think he could do it again?
" I've never really seen magic kill superman doom most likely will stun Superman with magic but he's pretty much got nothing to back up his magic what kind of Metal is this imitation armor made of anyway? "It was never stated, but considering how easily Thor took it to pieces once the Doom armor was cut off from its power source, i would guess that it is probably made out of a Titanium based alloy give or take.
" @Valtot said:How is he making things up? This is an entirely different version of Doomsday than the one that killed Superman, or the H/P version, or the capable of forming a coherent sentence version of Doomsday. This Doomsday seems to be able to do it all. i mean, whats next, he's going to copy the A.M., or the Spectre and beat them? I like Doomsday, but this seems to be a little much, even for him."There are no versions of Doomsday they're all the the same Doomsday, stop making up things. "
i wouldnt say stronger but there similiar basically they both adapt to overpower there enemies with Hunter prey doomsday just evolving past them quickly and current doomsday just copies his enemies powers and uses them better along with doomsdays own physical stats to overpower his enemies
basically doomsday will turn into a shazam powered doomsday for this fight and completly overpower them"
" before I make a decision what abilities does the armor grant Doom? "See, that's the thing, the Doom Destroyer version of the armor only had that one battle with Thor and is not even close to the same power levels the original Destroyer Armor has. it was clear that the Doom Destroyer increased his overall strength, durability and power output across the board, but i would only say it was by a moderate degree. but once Balder severed the power that Doom was draining from the small group of deceased Asgardians, Thor just hammered the armor(and Doom in it) into scrap. if it were not for Loki secretly teleporting Doom away at the last moment, he probably would have ended up in the same condition as his knock-off Destroyer, so it is not even close to being in the same class as Odin's original Destroyer Armor.