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#1 Edited by the creator (8546 posts) - - Show Bio

@cbandes: @masterkungfu: Some users, myself included, were creating power ratings for characters that were intended to be highly accurate.

#2 Posted by the creator (8546 posts) - - Show Bio

ABC logic is rarely a good method to prove person A can beat person C.

How does Ultron defeat the Destroyer?

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@masterkungfu: thanks for the info. Now that wasn't too hard was it ;)

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@masterkungfu: I'm just interested to understand how you see this battle going down

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Ultimately I think that Gladiator can only win via BFR, which he can effectively accomplish.

The General has stood up to the entire Justice League.

Batman himself notes that the Shaggyman was unbeatable and that the JL could only restrain him and that was when he was mindless.

Superman notes that he is unstoppable and calls for the league to use any means to subdue him.

We see Eiling manhandle both Superman and Orion at the same time.

Eiling always regens back anything destroyed and typically with 15 to 30 seconds (looking at the number of panels and discussion held as the regen takes place).

Eiling has proven himself on multiple occasions capable on taking on multiple top tier super humans at the same time.

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@cosmicallyaware1: if the votees would post some links that would be useful.

I don't frequent the battle boards much now but you could say I used to be a regular.

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I don't recognize most of the names on the list unfortunately, otherwise I would vote.

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The combination of their powers raises 2 interesting questions

1) the living monolith absorbs cosmic energy to grow and maintain his superhuman form. If he raises his force field from his Juggernaut power set, this should block the cosmic energy and thus cause him to shrink. So are the power sets at odds with each other?

2) previously the living monolith once he got past a certain size (60' tall or so), he would continually absorb cosmic energy and eventually grow large enough to reach his living planet form (he did this once before). However his mass grew quicker than his strength so past a certain size (500' or so) he could not move. Now with the massive power of the juggernaut added in this might not be the case. I wonder if Marvel will let him go continue to grow this time and remain mobile?

#10 Posted by the creator (8546 posts) - - Show Bio

Nowadays I spend about $45 a month and it's been that way for the past 2 years. Before that I took a sabitical from collecting for 2 - 3 yrs as I had been collecting for 30 yrs.