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#1 Posted by Nalam (141 posts) - - Show Bio

Can the Maddening Elder God Cthulhu make it past these extraordinary foes?

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Round One: Naruto as the Nine Tailed Fox











Round Two: Great Ape Vegeta





Round Three: Bills/Beerus





Round 4:Odin (Marvel)






Round 5: Adult Franklin Richards

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#2 Posted by The_Caped_Crusader (10533 posts) - - Show Bio

Clears.

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#3 Posted by Nalam (141 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_caped_crusader: I know Cthulhu is powerful, but is he really strong enough to pull this off?

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#4 Posted by The_Caped_Crusader (10533 posts) - - Show Bio

@nalam: Cthulhu's mere presence causes chaos and insanity.

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#5 Posted by Nalam (141 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_caped_crusader: I know, but can it affect beings like Odin, Bills, and Richards, who are also godlike beings?

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#6 Posted by The_Caped_Crusader (10533 posts) - - Show Bio

@nalam: Yes. He is multiversal level in power which is beyond 4/5 of the characters in the gauntlet.

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#7 Edited by DarthAznable (16928 posts) - - Show Bio

Cthulu feats?

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#8 Posted by Nalam (141 posts) - - Show Bio
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#9 Posted by Frozen (21133 posts) - - Show Bio

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

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#10 Posted by Nalam (141 posts) - - Show Bio
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#11 Posted by NotATreeABush (5004 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at Beerus or Odin, and he's definitely not beating Franklin Richards either

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#12 Posted by Frocharocha (6278 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at 4.

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#13 Posted by micah007123 (10836 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at Beerus or Odin, and he's definitely not beating Franklin Richards either

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#14 Posted by MICKEY-MOUSE (36853 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

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#15 Edited by Frisky4 (9216 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at Beerus.

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#16 Posted by Chazz85 (5201 posts) - - Show Bio

He is 1 shotting taking nine tails and great ape vegeta. Beerus will take a while due to him just spamming planet busting blasts ineffectively at cthulu . Odin will lose he will last a while but ultimately lose. I really don't know if he could take franklin the fight could last a while i really don't know also it depends wether or not cthulu just drives all of them mad.

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#17 Posted by WastelandMan (8812 posts) - - Show Bio

@micah said:

@notatreeabush said:

Stops at Beerus or Odin, and he's definitely not beating Franklin Richards either

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#18 Posted by Nalam (141 posts) - - Show Bio

@chazz85: I think I have to agree with what you are saying. I think it all boils down to whether or not Cthulhu can drive Richards mad.

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#19 Posted by Chazz85 (5201 posts) - - Show Bio

@nalam: It does I know little of cthulu but ik even the soutpark one was a universal threat. The only reason beerus and odin are lasting a while is cthulu would just ignore them.

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#20 Posted by BetaRayz8317 (528 posts) - - Show Bio

Odin crushes him.

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#21 Posted by leito (440 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu or is it another version ?

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#22 Posted by deactivated-5cb5c24a12dfe (1476 posts) - - Show Bio

Cthulhu is not really a powerhouse. You can't interact with it, and Cthulhu just seems to affect the psyche of those around him. Well, in the original mythos, anyway.

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#24 Posted by JwwProd (20886 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at Franklin.

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#25 Posted by RisingBean (9805 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

Cthulhu exists in a universe without Gods. Guys like Shuma Gorath or the Cancerverse are proxies to the great old ones in Marvel. Odin isn't going to go insane due to Cthulhu's otherworldly nature and big C doesn't have the feats to fight him.

Odin stomps.

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#26 Posted by micah007123 (10836 posts) - - Show Bio

BUMP

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#27 Posted by Flyingcliffs (882 posts) - - Show Bio

Odin stomps.

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#28 Posted by Super_Sayian_Beyonder (1861 posts) - - Show Bio
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#29 Posted by Thewhiteronin (1556 posts) - - Show Bio

cthuluu gets boats thrown at him, then he dies.

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#30 Posted by Flyingcliffs (882 posts) - - Show Bio

cthuluu gets boats thrown at him, then he dies.

LOL

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#31 Posted by haoalchemist (6196 posts) - - Show Bio

@micah said:
@notatreeabush said:

Stops at Beerus or Odin, and he's definitely not beating Franklin Richards either

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#32 Posted by Incursion (1510 posts) - - Show Bio

Dont think he is getting past odin or Franklin

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#33 Edited by ValarMelkor (5165 posts) - - Show Bio

Cthulhu is no where close to being a multiversal power. Definitely stops at least at Beerus.

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#34 Posted by JwwProd (20886 posts) - - Show Bio
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#35 Posted by Akronawol17 (243 posts) - - Show Bio

Cthulhu is nothing but hype and speculation. He got injured from a friggin steam powered boat iirc, even Kurama could oneshot him.

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#36 Posted by Super_Sayian_Beyonder (1861 posts) - - Show Bio
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#37 Edited by Shinjiro (1573 posts) - - Show Bio

@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

Cthulhu exists in a universe without Gods. Guys like Shuma Gorath or the Cancerverse are proxies to the great old ones in Marvel. Odin isn't going to go insane due to Cthulhu's otherworldly nature and big C doesn't have the feats to fight him.

Odin stomps.

When someone don't read lovecraft.

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#38 Posted by deactivated-59c716930b8a6 (9227 posts) - - Show Bio

Cthulhu is nothing but hype and speculation. He got injured from a friggin steam powered boat iirc, even Kurama could oneshot him.

This.

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#39 Posted by JwwProd (20886 posts) - - Show Bio

@shinjiro said:

@risingbean said:
@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

Cthulhu exists in a universe without Gods. Guys like Shuma Gorath or the Cancerverse are proxies to the great old ones in Marvel. Odin isn't going to go insane due to Cthulhu's otherworldly nature and big C doesn't have the feats to fight him.

Odin stomps.

When someone don't read lovecraft.

LOL! THIS!

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#40 Posted by NWgzsjUwhM96Y2 (4078 posts) - - Show Bio

Stops at 1. He is waaaay too overwanked.

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#41 Posted by RisingBean (9805 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod:

@shinjiro said:
@risingbean said:
@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

Cthulhu exists in a universe without Gods. Guys like Shuma Gorath or the Cancerverse are proxies to the great old ones in Marvel. Odin isn't going to go insane due to Cthulhu's otherworldly nature and big C doesn't have the feats to fight him.

Odin stomps.

When someone don't read lovecraft.

In hindsight that bolded line would more aptly be "Cthulhu exists in a universe without opposing Gods." And even then it's probably not entirely accurate. It seems that even if the Elder Gods are "good" they are also uncaring thus of no consequence.

I do know the mythos push the line of reasoning that man is insignificant and nothing he does is of any cosmic consequence. Sooner or later the universe will swallow him without fanfare. That is the thrust of the works so far as I see.

Compare that to the Marvel U. Odin is one of the big dogs, defending mankind and the cosmos. Sure he isn't as involved as his son, Thor, but he gets his hands dirty at times. The point is that in the Marvel U, man isn't going to see Cthulhu rising from the water and think "Nothing can save us, we're doomed!" They'll pray that the Avengers, or Thor or the FF or somebody comes along and deals with the world ending threat of the week.

So we have Odin whose got some flipping high end cosmic feats, and Cthulhu, whose best feat is looking so frightening that he breaks the minds of some mortal men who still manage to put him down by ramming him with a ship. Sure it helped the stars were "not right" but what that means is that Cthulhu failed to really heed his alarm clock. If that occurs and Cthulhu hits the snooze button back in R' lyeh, Odin is capable of finishing the job.

Tell me, just what is Cthulhu going to do to Odin? What feats does he have to suggest he's going to get victory over the king of the Asgardians?

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#42 Edited by Shinjiro (1573 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod:

@shinjiro said:
@risingbean said:
@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

Cthulhu exists in a universe without Gods. Guys like Shuma Gorath or the Cancerverse are proxies to the great old ones in Marvel. Odin isn't going to go insane due to Cthulhu's otherworldly nature and big C doesn't have the feats to fight him.

Odin stomps.

When someone don't read lovecraft.

In hindsight that bolded line would more aptly be "Cthulhu exists in a universe without opposing Gods." And even then it's probably not entirely accurate. It seems that even if the Elder Gods are "good" they are also uncaring thus of no consequence.

I do know the mythos push the line of reasoning that man is insignificant and nothing he does is of any cosmic consequence. Sooner or later the universe will swallow him without fanfare. That is the thrust of the works so far as I see.

Compare that to the Marvel U. Odin is one of the big dogs, defending mankind and the cosmos. Sure he isn't as involved as his son, Thor, but he gets his hands dirty at times. The point is that in the Marvel U, man isn't going to see Cthulhu rising from the water and think "Nothing can save us, we're doomed!" They'll pray that the Avengers, or Thor or the FF or somebody comes along and deals with the world ending threat of the week.

So we have Odin whose got some flipping high end cosmic feats, and Cthulhu, whose best feat is looking so frightening that he breaks the minds of some mortal men who still manage to put him down by ramming him with a ship. Sure it helped the stars were "not right" but what that means is that Cthulhu failed to really heed his alarm clock. If that occurs and Cthulhu hits the snooze button back in R' lyeh, Odin is capable of finishing the job.

Tell me, just what is Cthulhu going to do to Odin? What feats does he have to suggest he's going to get victory over the king of the Asgardians?

I'm not saying that Cthulhu can beat Odin. which in mi opinion he can't. But i'm saying that the line "Cthulhu exist in a universe without gods" is VERY wrong. in Lovecraft there are beings who can clears this gauntlet with ease.

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#43 Posted by RisingBean (9805 posts) - - Show Bio

@shinjiro: Ah. Yeah, I worded that incorrectly.

I'm almost curious as to who you think could take Odin. I'll say this. If Azahoth is your answer, don't be so sure. His waking up will destroy the universe of the Lovecraft mythos. By no means is that a given autowin in a multiverse created by TOAA.

The Lovecraft champion(s) are going to need to have some big feats.

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#44 Posted by tgrey13 (3 posts) - - Show Bio

This is an old post, but this info may help give some solid definition to Cthulhu:

http://vsbattles.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Azathoth_the_Abyssal_Idiot/Cthulhu_Mythos_Respect_Thread_Thingamabob_of_Untold_Horror

The great old one has been confirmed to warp reality, snuff out stars, be indestructible at a molecular level, be nigh omniscient, and be able to create and unmake matter. It is also minimum 4th dimensional since it's existence predates the concept of time (it is impossible for a 3rd dimensional being to be vigintillions of years old since our universe and time as we know it has only existed for billions of years). Cthulhu is likely 5D or higher since other lovecraft beings that are 4D such as the hounds of Tindalos are much lesser beings. He is not beyond dimensions however, and can only physically be in one place at a time unlike stronger great old ones like Hastur who have multiple avatars. He does not have the nigh omnipotence of an outer god and he can be defeated if the cosmic forces are against him. If the stars are not right he cannot awaken and is essentially comatose. The Elder things and the Great Race of Yith were able to keep Cthulhu and his star spawn at bay on primordial Earth so it is possible to at least hinder Cthulhu's star spawn even when the stars are right, but Cthulhu himself did not seem to take the mortal races of Earth seriously and simply worked on his plans in Ryleh while his children battled them, and neither the Elders or the Yithians dared to seek out Cthulhu even though they had weapons able to unmake things at an atomic level so that says a lot.

Verdict:

Naruto and Vegeta have no chance.

Beerus maybe, he can unmake matter and destroy ghosts so perhaps he could end Cthulhu, but then again so could the Elders and Yithians and they failed to damage Cthulhu despite success against his Star Spawn.

Odin could end Cthulhu with the full Odin Force behind him. As for other Lovecraftian horrors Odin at full cosmic power would have no problems with any of the Great Old Ones, but even cosmic level power is very useless against the Outer Gods. Nyarlathotep is the weakest and he would be beyond Odin. One would need to transcend the concept of dimensions, the cosmos, and the multiverse itself to oppose the outer gods.

Franklin Richards would be able to deal with most of the outer gods. Shub Niggurath may stalemate him. The only things Frank would definitely not be able to stop would be Yog Sothoth, who is the embodiment of existence and is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient for as long as Azathoth is asleep, and Azathoth, who is equal to the One Above All. The concept of defeat does not apply to Azathoth and only Azathoth can end Yog Sothoth, although really they are one and the same, Yog is simply Azathoth's mind as it dreams.

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#45 Posted by MyLittleFascist (31731 posts) - - Show Bio

@jwwprod:

@shinjiro said:
@risingbean said:
@frozen said:

Cthulu is way too overwanked. No way he gets past Odin.

Cthulhu exists in a universe without Gods. Guys like Shuma Gorath or the Cancerverse are proxies to the great old ones in Marvel. Odin isn't going to go insane due to Cthulhu's otherworldly nature and big C doesn't have the feats to fight him.

Odin stomps.

When someone don't read lovecraft.

In hindsight that bolded line would more aptly be "Cthulhu exists in a universe without opposing Gods." And even then it's probably not entirely accurate. It seems that even if the Elder Gods are "good" they are also uncaring thus of no consequence.

I do know the mythos push the line of reasoning that man is insignificant and nothing he does is of any cosmic consequence. Sooner or later the universe will swallow him without fanfare. That is the thrust of the works so far as I see.

Compare that to the Marvel U. Odin is one of the big dogs, defending mankind and the cosmos. Sure he isn't as involved as his son, Thor, but he gets his hands dirty at times. The point is that in the Marvel U, man isn't going to see Cthulhu rising from the water and think "Nothing can save us, we're doomed!" They'll pray that the Avengers, or Thor or the FF or somebody comes along and deals with the world ending threat of the week.

So we have Odin whose got some flipping high end cosmic feats, and Cthulhu, whose best feat is looking so frightening that he breaks the minds of some mortal men who still manage to put him down by ramming him with a ship. Sure it helped the stars were "not right" but what that means is that Cthulhu failed to really heed his alarm clock. If that occurs and Cthulhu hits the snooze button back in R' lyeh, Odin is capable of finishing the job.

Tell me, just what is Cthulhu going to do to Odin? What feats does he have to suggest he's going to get victory over the king of the Asgardians?

Old post, but... There are tons of opposing gods in Lovecraft verse. Nodens is a prime example.

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#46 Posted by MyLittleFascist (31731 posts) - - Show Bio

@shinjiro: Ah. Yeah, I worded that incorrectly.

I'm almost curious as to who you think could take Odin. I'll say this. If Azahoth is your answer, don't be so sure. His waking up will destroy the universe of the Lovecraft mythos. By no means is that a given autowin in a multiverse created by TOAA.

The Lovecraft champion(s) are going to need to have some big feats.

Another old comment, but... This argument is nonsense as Azathoth being in a multiverse not created by him completely defeats the purpose of Azathoth as a character.

It's like saying TOAA isn't an "auto win" in a multiverse created by Presence or Man of Miracles.

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#47 Posted by HigherPower (12393 posts) - - Show Bio

Clears.

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#48 Posted by MyLittleFascist (31731 posts) - - Show Bio

Clears.

This is normal Lovecraft Cthulhu. He's vague, featless, and not even all that high in his own cosmic hierarchy.

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#49 Posted by HigherPower (12393 posts) - - Show Bio

@zetsumoto: In that case the pic of him is certainly wrong. Then he'd probably stop at 2 or 3.

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#50 Posted by MyLittleFascist (31731 posts) - - Show Bio

@zetsumoto: In that case the pic of him is certainly wrong. Then he'd probably stop at 2 or 3.

How's it wrong? There's no official cthulhu picture, it's just a random fan-art.