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#1 Posted by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

@sufferthorn said:

@uugieboogie said:

Wait when was it stated that the scepter was a gem ? Wasn't it just powered by the tesseract ?

It's never actually been stated that it's a gem. But it kinda looked that way when Von Strucker fondled over it in the Winter Soldier extra credits scene.

I thought that was just because it was powered by one of the gems

Oh yea. I wasn't saying the Sceptre itself is a gem. I was saying it was powered by a gem.

#2 Posted by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

Right now Wolverine would be more popular.

Overall, Hulk is, because he'll never be forgotten.

#3 Posted by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

Wait when was it stated that the scepter was a gem ? Wasn't it just powered by the tesseract ?

It's never actually been stated that it's a gem. But it kinda looked that way when Von Strucker fondled over it in the Winter Soldier extra credits scene.

#4 Posted by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

I think the GotG one is the soul gem. And I didn't know Loki's scepter was a gem :o

See, I don't think it was the soul gem. Because I think we're going to see that in Doctor Strange or some other.

#5 Edited by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

Now that we've seen the purple Infinity Gem in Guardians of the Galaxy and the explanation that they are physical manifestations of the Universe long gone blah blah.

Not to mention that we saw the Celestials, the Collector and even a severed Celestial Head that was being harvested. I am wondering which infinity gem is which?

People have thought before that Loki's Sceptre had the Mind Gem. It is now PROVEN that the Tesseract and the Aether are gems(even more than it was before). So people thought the Tesseract was the Space Gem, and that the Aether was the Power Gem.

So let's get it down this way.

Space = Tesseract

Power = Aether

Mind = Sceptre.

So based on what we saw....what was the GoTG gem?

#6 Edited by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

This is way out of order. Maul has no chance whatsoever in round 5, but he also might lose in round 2 or 4.

You don't think Maul would beat Grevious?

#7 Posted by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

It took a certain level of scientific ability for anyone who has harnessed the Tesseract thus far.

The Tesseract has also shown mostly the ability to....teleport you places if you control it. I think if I had full control over it I could run and hide from anyone using the Aether.

#8 Edited by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

Well.....the OP post has entirely glitched on me. But unfortunately I can't delete this thread. So here it stays I suppose.

#9 Edited by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

I made this thread because I wanna see how tough people think MCU Cap is after watching the Winter Soldier, so if you haven't seen his Winter Soldier feats, then shhh.

Rules

Morals always on.

Random Encounters

Round 1:

Captain America vs Toad

In the Sewers of New York.

Round 2: Captain America vs The Arrow

They fight on the Rooftops of Starling City.

Round 3: Captain America vs Cyclops(From X Men movies)

They fight in Urban Ruins ravaged by War.

Round 4: Captain America vs Gambit(X Men Origins)

They fight in an Alleyway in Lousiana.

Round 5: Captain America vs Bane(DKR)

They fight in a Grassy field with lots of sun shine.

Round 6: Captain America vs The Wolverine.

Fight in a nice Canadian Forest.

Bonus Round: Predators

Captain America and Black Widow get para-dropped into the Predator Hunting Grounds, where the Predators from the movie are hunting them. They have to defeat them by themselves. Can they do it?

#10 Posted by Sufferthorn (1739 posts) - - Show Bio

Sony's best hope to get more heroes/villains is to make some sort of deal with Disney for Spidey's use in the Avengers.