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#1 Edited by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

1. Master Chief (with all weapons from Halo 5, but only one clip of ammo for each)

2. Doomguy (with all weapons from Doom 2016)

3. Darth Vader (Legends and Canon feats)

4. The Ur Didact

5. Samus Aran (base gear only)

6. Darth Sidious (Legends and Canon feats)

7. One Time War era Dalek

Dragonborn has full knowledge of The Didact, Samus, Sidious, and the Dalek.

All fights take place on the Throat of the World in Skyrim.

Dragonborn has a full set of daedric armor and all dragonbone weapons, with unlimited arrows. All spells and shouts can be used. Dragons can only be used as a distraction and can not fight for the Dragonborn. Slow Time can be used only if the fight is too one sided. Lore Dragonborn.

My knowledge of most of these characters is limited, so let me know if the order should be changed.

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#2 Posted by phillip33 (3676 posts) - - Show Bio

From what I know, he can clear up to sidious. Don’t know much about Samus to be fair.

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#3 Posted by Aka_aka_aka_ak (2875 posts) - - Show Bio

Is this the lore version of The Last Dragonborn or in-game mechanics version? e.g. defeating Alduin is an extremely impressive feat lore-wise (as Aldiun was set to consume (at least) one plane of existence) but in-game mechanics is hardly more impressive than defeating a run-of-the-mill dragon.

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How did you not include the real and only last dragon, leeroy on there? HOW

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#6 Posted by Necromancer76 (3767 posts) - - Show Bio

Same as Philip, not sure about Samus but he definitely could get there. Might even beat Sidious tbh unless Sidious blitzes

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#9 Edited by Paytience (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

He hard stops at one. I once did a material breakdown using elder scrolls protection as they scale from steel, and I then compared the magic enchantments that work for damage reduction and how they might interact with bullets and modern firearms and the results were basically that guns son the elder scrolls verse so hard that the thread creator deleted the thread and broke all the links to it.

Basically...there is nothing the Dragonborn can do against firearms. The End.

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#10 Posted by AmethystGravity (2251 posts) - - Show Bio

Assuming standard gear for Samus is the stuff she has in her prime (since I'm assuming that the restriction is to avoid using composite gear for her, rather than restricting her to the gear at the beginning of games?), I could see the Dragonborn stopping there, since she has ridiculous hax resistance/immunities. I'm not entirely sure how sheer damage output/durability stack up between them.

I'd link the respect thread I made for her, but it's so old and full of way too much extra material, I should probably revamp it...

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#11 Posted by reikai (7427 posts) - - Show Bio

Dragonborn stops time, walks up, and slaps them so hard their heads do a 1080 before pinching and falling off their ruined neck stumps.

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#12 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

@paytience: Out of curiosity, how did some of the stronger armors like dragonbone and daedric compare to steel?

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#13 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

@amethystgravity: By standard gear I meant what gear she would normally have at the end of a game. I'm not a big Metroid fan so I'm not 100 percent sure what exactly that would be.

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@reikai: To make it more fair the Dragonborn can't use Slow Time unless the fight is extremely one sided against him.

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#15 Posted by reikai (7427 posts) - - Show Bio

@cr500: Don't see how since the utterance of a single word effectively kills all his opponents.

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#16 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

@reikai: Would it though? I'm not sure any of the physical attacks like Unrelenting Force could get through Samus', the Didact's, or the Dalek's armor, and unless the radius of the shouts is much larger than it is in the game Sidious and Master Chief have the speed feats to avoid them. I'm not sure about the non physical shouts like Bend Will or Soul Tear though.

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#17 Edited by Paytience (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

@cr500: If we allow for the difference in base stats vs improved, and base dragon armor is about 15-18 percent more effective than mild steel plate. So equal to medeival plate armor with a thickness range of 2mm on average, 5mm at its thickest point. However, improved dragon armor is around 40 percent more effective than hardened steel plate. Which means it would give around the same protection as 4-8mm of steel.

However...even if we went off the wall crazy and said that elder scrolls steel plate was magically as hard as modern ballistics steels, which are literally 10x harder than medeival hardened steel, and still light enough to wear full plate, it wouldnt stop a modern bullet. 5 mm protection is not enough when a 5.56 mm round can bang through a 1/4 inch of AR500 steel like it isn't there.

If we assume that imrpoved stats are simply the same materials arranged better, thant the protection rating for the steel stays at the mild steel comparison which would bring the numbers down further...making Dragon plate about 40 percent more effective than 2 mm of mild steel.

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#18 Posted by CR500 (128 posts) - - Show Bio

@paytience: Interesting. You have my respect for taking the time to work that out.

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@cr500: Out of order but. Hard time doing anything to chief without the whole Alduin breaks planets so I do too thing. Hard BS btw. But yeah without lore stops at chief hard. Proper order is chief/doomguy(still kind of a toss up), Didact, Samus, Vader, sidious and then dalek. Can’t touch Vader with lore either though. Not nearly fast enough and just can’t match his force power.

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#20 Posted by Richard96 (5579 posts) - - Show Bio

@paytience:

The DB could just use a protection magic, like the one which ignores 80 per cent of the damage received, and then use a shout like disarm or even simply a lighting bolt that should reduce to ashes master chief.

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#21 Edited by Paytience (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

@richard96: Right, but remember how I mentioned the magic calc?

The best he can do is reduce the damage already done. And 80 percent is the hard cap in the actual magic system, and beyond is only possible in the game mechanics through hax, loops or the command console on PC. The hard cap on damage reduction in the actual system is 12 percent or so for armor pieces.

Casting dragonhide has two problems:

the first is that casting a spell, even using a shout is going to take exponentially longer than it takes to draw and fire a gun. The time to draw and fire that your average Marine trains for in the modern day is .12-.15 seconds. Chief is flat out superhuman. By the time the DB tries to take in air to speak he's dead.

Second is the physical damage reduction. So, there are two ways to calculate this. The first is the way it's done n the magic system...so, a physical damage reduction first requires you to take the damage and then it reduces the effect. The problem here is that a 7.62x51, which is what Master chiefs MA5 shoots, will enter your body at twice the speed of sound and open up a sonic boom in your chest. 80 percent reduction means nothing because you can't live with 20 percent of your heart gone. Guns do too much damage instantly.

Now, we can try and reconcile it from the perspective of the game mechanics-

Physical damage reduction on armor is tallied exactly like I said above. However, what Dragonhide does is first reduce the armor protection to 0, and then it reduces all damage incoming by 80 percent, thus preventing you from having to first take the hit to get the reduction.

The problem here is that 7.62x51 again...that's 2700 joules of energy per shot. Even if you reduce that by 80 percent it is still more powerful than a .45acp being fired from a Colt M1911-ie more then enough to kill.

Also, your underselling masterchiefs durability, and have no evidence that magical attacks can work against tech based shields.

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#22 Edited by ANobody (55 posts) - - Show Bio

@paytience: Alduin was going to eat time and reset the kalpa.

Dovahkiin: The next world will need to will need to take care it self.

Paarthunax: Paaz. A fair answer. Ro fus,maybe you only balance the forces that work to quicken the end of this world. Even we who ride the currents of Time cannot see past Time's end, Wuldsetiid los tahrodiis. Those who try to hasten the end, may delay it. Those who work to delay the end, may bring it closer.

And also this:

Pruzah. As good a reason as any. There are many who feel as you do, although not all. Some would say that all things must end, so that the next can come to pass. Perhaps this world is simply the Egg of the next kalpa? Lein vokiin? Would you stop the next world from being born?" - Paarthurnax

He could fight Alduin who is stronger than the weakened Vivec, who in his weakened state admit that he transcend time:

"It is a bit like being at once awake and asleep. Awake, I am here with you, thinking and talking. Asleep, I am very, very busy. Perhaps for other gods, the completely immortal ones, it is only like that being asleep. Out of time. Me, I exist at once inside of time and outside of it."

Also, in the Song of Pelinal, Umaril's Father, the God of World River of the previous kalpa, was killed by Alduin, showing he already did eat the previous kalpa.

[Presently] the half-Elf [showed himself] bathed in [Meridian light] ... and he listed his bloodline in the Ayleidoon and spoke of his father, a god of the [previous kalpa's] World-River... - The Song of Pelinal, Volume 7

Not convinced? Well here is another evidence. Word from MK himself:

When you consider a place like Tamriel, sometimes it's best to take titles literally. Alduin is the World-Eater. It's not going to be "the end of all *life* as we know it," leaving a barren wasteland of Earthbone dirt... it's going to be the whole of Nirn inside his mighty gullet.

"None shall survive" has been a calling card for awhile, but that was only a hint to the more extensive "Nothing will survive."

Unless, of course, there's a loophole. Say, something like the someone called the Dovakhiin happening to show up..."born under uncertain stars to uncertain parents." (An aside for extra credit: what in the Aurbis makes the Prisoner such a powerful mythic figure?) - Michael Kirkbride

And don't be deceived, eating Nirn is not a planetary feat, it's a 4-D universal feat, because the sea of Nirn is made of 4-D time or memories which is essentially mortals' perception of time:

https://m.imgur.com/gallery/2mzDJ

And yet, even after all of this, Dovahkiin still was able to keep up with Alduin's speed, damage him, and killed him.

He also has Auriel's Bow, the same bow that can travel from Nirn to Magnus (the sun) even though their distance are infinite. Since to reach the sun, the arrow needs to go through the eight planets, with each of them having infinite size and mass

The same bow that was created by Anui-El, a being who is much more superior to Akatosh, who could stabilise the whole of Aurbis. Inside this Aurbis exist Mundus, which is a multiverse of infinite size (since it contain eight infinite sized planet) and Mundus is surrounded by the Void of Oblivion that have infinite size and yet Aetherius still exist outside and surround this Void of Oblivion. Akatosh basically stabilise a bunch of infinite spaces and Anui-El is immensely superior to him.

"The planets are the gods and the planes of the gods, which is the same thing. That they appear as spherical heavenly bodies is a visual phenomena caused by mortal mental stress. Since each plane(t) is an infinite mass of infinite size, as yet surrounded by the Void of Oblivion, the mortal eye registers them as bubbles within a space. Planets are magical and impossible. The eight planets correspond to the Eight Divines. They are all present on the Dwarven Orrery, along with the"

That should give you an idea how powerful Anui-El is and how powerful a weapon that he created.

So, the Dovahkiin easily complete the gaunlet since he can literally dodge anything that they throw at him through Immeasurable speed (scaling from Alduin who is stronger and faster than a vastly weakened Vivec who transcend time) and can easily kill them with his thu’um or weapon.

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#23 Posted by FullMetalEmprah (3870 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh here we go with the multiversal DB wank again...

OT: I'd say he stops at Chief because that firearms argument is really convincing.

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#24 Posted by AotD (613 posts) - - Show Bio

should clear but i do know nothing about round 7 so i`m not sure how he would perform there

also by lore MC can get him some trouble too but overall DB magic still overwhelms MC tech advantage

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@fullmetalemprah: fullmetalemprah: I don’t understand why you guys can’t just accept that LDB is not just some normal human with voice power. I already gave you a lot of evidences, books text about how Alduin already destroy the past kalpa (Song of Pelinal v7), NPC’s conversations about how Alduin was going to eat the world and time (Paarthunax, Esbern, and Arngeir), conversation in ESO about how ocean of Nirn is made of time (link in my previous comment), writer’s words about how the title of World-Eater is suppose to be literal (again, the quote is in my comment above) which effectively shut down any argument about how the lore surrounding Alduin are false and exaggerate, Vivec’s quote about how even in his vastly weakened state he still transcend time (quote in my comment above) during the event of ESO Morrowind expansion. Heck, even the Elder Scrolls itself says Alduin have the hunger to swallow the world:

“Alduin, bane of kings, ancient shadow unbound, With a hunger to swallow the world!”

What other proof do you need? There’s like 6 to 7 there, and i probably can give you other supporting evidences if you give me time, but this is enough. It’s like you guys don’t understand that we, the people who know TES lore, are right.

Go to Spacebattles, Read the TES reddit post, watch the podcast, read the wiki and Imperial Library. Come with actual knowledge and actual argument. Don’t just disregard someone’s arguments and evidences without basis and saying “wank

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#26 Edited by Paytience (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

@anobody: You're confusing lore with story. Lore is the LEGEND of what happened. The story, ie things you actually play through in the previous elder scrolls games are what happen and that is the canon. I know what the lore is and how it all works because I have played through every ES game and have collected and read all the lore.

Which is how I know the Dragonborn was dropped flat by a normal arrow and that Auriel's bow didn't reach the sun it shrouded it with magic. There is a reason it's damage rating is only that of a normal bow plus magical effect.

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#27 Posted by FullMetalEmprah (3870 posts) - - Show Bio

@anobody: I've already argued against this pretty effectively in another thread where I learned you just keep taking quotes extremely out of context. My stance remains the same.

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@anobody: https://comicvine.gamespot.com/forums/battles-7/ahzek-ahriman-vs-the-last-dragonborn-1971870/#js-message-1

Ahriman still smacks by the way.

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#30 Posted by ANobody (55 posts) - - Show Bio

@paytience: paytience:

First of all, What you call story i call game mechanic, and it’s really inconsistent since the creator can’t really add the lore whole keeping the game balanced without making all other NPCs universal at end-game. And Auriel’s Bow was literally states by that Snow Elf (forget his name) to directly extract energy from Aetherius through the hole in the Sky

Second, Alduin eating Nirn and time is part of the story, since many people keeps hammering the fact that Alduin was going to eat time and Nirn itself. I want to give you the link, but can’t do it right now.

Third, we literally have Vivec taking you outside of time during ESO who in his vastly weakened state was weaker than Alduin, Paarthunax’s words that Alduin was going to end time “even we who ride the currents of time cannot see Time’s end” and writer’s words that Alduin was going to eat Nirn that was said by NPC in ESO to be made of memories, or mortals’ perception of time. All of this happpens in game.

I mean, i guess you can kind of argue that all of this feats is not literal and that Alduin was just going to rule the world, but when you literally have writer’s words telling you he was going to eat Nirn if you didn’t stop him, you can’t make any other argument.

I didn’t take any of this statement out of context, people. It’s just up to you which source you want to believe.

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#31 Posted by ANobody (55 posts) - - Show Bio

@fullmetalemprah: Oh yeah, i forgot about that thread, sorry. Pretty sure you guys want a speed feat at that time, right? Well, i give you the feat but later.

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#32 Edited by ANobody (55 posts) - - Show Bio

Can’t answer for a while (for 3 days) since i have an exam. Drop your comments and i will answer them after 3 days.

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@paytience: @fullmetalemprah: Okay, thank you for your patience.

Now first i want to address the point where you said that i take these quotes out of context. Now tell me, how am i taking this quote out of context?

"Alduin is the World-Eater. It's not going to be "the end of all *life* as we know it," leaving a barren wasteland of Earthbone dirt... it's going to be the whole of Nirn inside his mighty gullet." - Michael Kirkbride

The writer literally say that we should take Alduin's title literally and that all of Nirn will be inside his mighty gullet. This writer's quote is consistent with Paarthunax's conversations in game, books, texts and the Elder Scrolls prophecy.

Now since we are at it, might as well give you guys the speed feat that you want (and also other new feats i Just found). Don't worry, it's not going to be the same quotes from my previous comment. let's get started:

Alduin existing and moving in the space between kalpas (he yawn), a timeless space where time doesn't exist:

[And if came to pass that] a strange thing happened: Alduin the World-Eater, who sleeps between the [kalpas], had a disturbing dream, and he roused slightly, but not enough to bring ruin, and, heavy-lidded, he went back to the [age-wait]. But he yawned just slightly beforeso, which he had never done. And thus was born the Dirt Patch Which Does Not Gather Snow."

Alduin killing twenty two Jills who exist beyond time and their job is to mend the Dragon Break, an even where time basically shatter and return to it's non linear state.

"There were also the twenty-two Thunder-Scaled Jills unbound by time and so served as Ysmaalithax’s oracle-oocytes until the Ald’uin would burn them away"

Immeasurable speed and universal+ attack potency feat since Alduin was able to keep up and kill the Jills, whose job is to mend the timeline and exist outside of time

If you don't want an out of game source, how about this in-game evidence of Vivec taking you outside of time during the event of ESO:

"Not very sensible. But very good. I was hoping for someone who would have no hesitations about making such an oath. You will now have a brief, momentary sensation of time passing. Don't be alarmed. You are being taken out of time in order to avoid the unpleasant experience of learning how to use Wraithguard. It will be over before..

[There is a brief sensation of motion in total darkness, floating, but without a sense of weight or direction.] ...you know it.

Alduin is comparable if not superior to this weakened Vivec.

So for paytience who wants an in-game feat there you go.

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#34 Posted by ANobody (55 posts) - - Show Bio

@fullmetalemprah: I think i might use these speed feats in the Ahriman vs Dovahkiin thread. Probably after i'm done with this one.

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@paytience: paytience:

First of all, What you call story i call game mechanic, and it’s really inconsistent since the creator can’t really add the lore whole keeping the game balanced without making all other NPCs universal at end-game. And Auriel’s Bow was literally states by that Snow Elf (forget his name) to directly extract energy from Aetherius through the hole in the Sky
It doesn't matter what you call it, it is story. Mechanics and story two entirely separate things with two entirely different definitions and they are not even remotely interchangeable. Dragonborn got dropped in story by a single arrow. Dragons are hurt in story by normal weapons. ie...steel swords. The fastest reaction times are decidedly human.
As for the bow...who cares what it was stated to do. That's like me finding the spear of christ and telling you how the magic works. The mechanism of it's function has nothing to do with how hard it actually hits, and the "energy from the sky" is first, part of magical lore, and not actual measured fact...and two, it references an un-identified energy that you cannot calc and have no evidence with which to argue for it's effects in this battle.

Second, Alduin eating Nirn and time is part of the story, since many people keeps hammering the fact that Alduin was going to eat time and Nirn itself. I want to give you the link, but can’t do it right now.

No...the MYTH of Alduin eating Nirn was a part of the ES LORE...but it was never displayed in the story and there is no evidence that he could.

Third, we literally have Vivec taking you outside of time during ESO who in his vastly weakened state was weaker than Alduin, Paarthunax’s words that Alduin was going to end time “even we who ride the currents of time cannot see Time’s end” and writer’s words that Alduin was going to eat Nirn that was said by NPC in ESO to be made of memories, or mortals’ perception of time. All of this happpens in game.
Feats which have nothing to do with the Dragonborn. If you're trying to argue that DB was their level when he specifically isn't, or even that Daedric realms are themselves universes in any sort of way comparable in scope to our own, then go for it. Burden of proof: yours. If you're trying to argue that the feats of vivec for some reason means that the Dragonborn is tougher or faster than he is, then you're frankly doing it wrong.

I mean, i guess you can kind of argue that all of this feats is not literal and that Alduin was just going to rule the world, but when you literally have writer’s words telling you he was going to eat Nirn if you didn’t stop him, you can’t make any other argument.

I didn’t take any of this statement out of context, people. It’s just up to you which source you want to believe.

No, it isn't. It's up to the canon, and the canon is the story as seen in the games. The lore is a supplementary part of that world. It doesn't make it factual.

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Dragonborn might make it to something like 6, but he’s going to need Slow Time or the ethereal shout in every battle.

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@paytience: paytience:

First of all, What you call story i call game mechanic, and it’s really inconsistent since the creator can’t really add the lore whole keeping the game balanced without making all other NPCs universal at end-game. And Auriel’s Bow was literally states by that Snow Elf (forget his name) to directly extract energy from Aetherius through the hole in the Sky
It doesn't matter what you call it, it is story. Mechanics and story two entirely separate things with two entirely different definitions and they are not even remotely interchangeable. Dragonborn got dropped in story by a single arrow. Dragons are hurt in story by normal weapons. ie...steel swords. The fastest reaction times are decidedly human.
As for the bow...who cares what it was stated to do. That's like me finding the spear of christ and telling you how the magic works. The mechanism of it's function has nothing to do with how hard it actually hits, and the "energy from the sky" is first, part of magical lore, and not actual measured fact...and two, it references an un-identified energy that you cannot calc and have no evidence with which to argue for it's effects in this battle.

Like i said, game mechanic is inconsistent:

How about when you withstand Greybeards's shout that even if you lowballed (assuming that it only shook the building of High Hrothgar) it would still be higher than the power output of an arrow, yet you can get dropped by an arrow in game?

How about when you as the Nerevarine withstanding Dagoth Ur attacks who is stronger than a weakened Vivec whose power stop a comet/moon in it's track, and yet you still can get killed by a bandit?

How about when at the end of Shivering Isles you have become the Daedric Princes of Madness himself after fighting and withstanding Jyggalag's attacks who is an equal to Sheogorath, who in turn is the one that launch Baar Dau to Morrowind, and yet you can still get hurt or killed by a bandit with an iron sword?

How about when you were able to withstand Ancano's attack who was at the time powered by the Eye of Magnus and was going to unmake the world, yet you still can get hurt by normal soldier?

"You've come for me, have you?, You think I don't know what you're up to? You think I can't destroy you? The power to unmake the world at my fingertips, and you think you can do anything about it?" When Tolfdir casts a spell on him that shows no effect, he'll proclaim: "I am beyond your pathetic attempts at magic. You cannot touch me."

And if you are going to say he was exaggerating, there a Psijic Monk to support his statement:

"The Eye has grown unstable. It cannot remain here, or else it may destroy your College and this world. It must be secured. Ancano's actions prove that the world is not ready for such a thing. We shall safeguard it... for now. You now have the opportunity to maintain your College, and carry on with your lives. You have our gratitude, Arch-Mage."

Yeah, you see, game mechanic is not consistent. If we are going to call game mechanic as story, then it's one of the most contradictory story in history

And then we have the lore:

Greybeards' shocking the world in game, consistent with the text "Song of Tiber Septim"

Alduin having immeasurable speed and universal Attack potency, consistent with Paarthunax's conversations, Elder Scrolls prophecy, the books like "Song of Pelinal", and Vivec's statement about how being beyond time is the nature of the gods.

Looks like we got a clear winner here.

@paytience: paytience:

Second, Alduin eating Nirn and time is part of the story, since many people keeps hammering the fact that Alduin was going to eat time and Nirn itself. I want to give you the link, but can’t do it right now.

No...the MYTH of Alduin eating Nirn was a part of the ES LORE...but it was never displayed in the story and there is no evidence that he could.

You mean aside from these evidences:

Dovahkiin: "The next world will have to take care of itself."

Paarthurnax: "Paaz. A fair answer. Ro fus, maybe you only balance the forces that work to quicken the end of this world. Even we who ride the currents of Time cannot see past Time's end, Wuldsetiid los tahrodiis. Those who try to hasten the end, may delay it. Those who work to delay the end, may bring it closer."

Pruzah. As good a reason as any. There are many who feel as you do, although not all. Some would say that all things must end, so that the next can come to pass. Perhaps this world is simply the Egg of the next kalpa? Lein vokiin? Would you stop the next world from being born?" - Paarthurnax

"And the Scrolls have foretold, of black wings in the cold, that when brothers wage war come unfurled! Alduin, bane of Kings, ancient shadow unbound, With a hunger to swallow the world!"

And this Elder Scrolls prophecy:

When misrule takes its place at the eight corners of the world

When the Brass Tower walks and Time is reshaped

When the thrice-blessed fail and the Red Tower trembles

When the Dragonborn Ruler loses his throne, and the White Tower falls

When the Snow Tower lies sundered, kingless, bleeding

The World-Eater wakes, and the Wheel turns upon the Last Dragonborn.

How about Michael Kirkbride's words:

"Alduin is the World-Eater. It's not going to be "the end of all *life* as we know it," leaving a barren wasteland of Earthbone dirt... it's going to be the whole of Nirn inside his mighty gullet." - Michael Kirkbride

Look i get it, you want an in game event that actually shows it happening. And that's fine. The problem is when you start to ignore every evidences that is not directly shown as being "myth" or "lore" and therefore can't be used. It's not like statements can't be used, people used statements all the time to scale characters.

I can get your point if the evidences comes from a book that are likely to be false, but when you have Paarthunax's words, a dragon who knows Alduin the most, especially attuned to the flow of time, how are you going to just ignore it and say "this is unuseable" just because it's a statement when there's no reason to believe it's false?

@paytience said:

Third, we literally have Vivec taking you outside of time during ESO who in his vastly weakened state was weaker than Alduin, Paarthunax’s words that Alduin was going to end time “even we who ride the currents of time cannot see Time’s end” and writer’s words that Alduin was going to eat Nirn that was said by NPC in ESO to be made of memories, or mortals’ perception of time. All of this happpens in game.
Feats which have nothing to do with the Dragonborn. If you're trying to argue that DB was their level when he specifically isn't, or even that Daedric realms are themselves universes in any sort of way comparable in scope to our own, then go for it. Burden of proof: yours. If you're trying to argue that the feats of vivec for some reason means that the Dragonborn is tougher or faster than he is, then you're frankly doing it wrong.

Because Vivec repeatedly stated that being outside of time is the nature of the gods (which Alduin is):

to be a god:
"It is like being a juggler. Things are always moving, and you learn to know where they are without even thinking about it. Only there are many, many things moving. And sometimes, like any juggler, you drop something. I'm afraid it has become a lot more a matter of dropping things lately. There's too much to do, and not enough time, and I'm losing my touch. Perhaps I'm growing old."

"I have no idea what happened to the Dwemer. I have no sense of them in the timeless divine world outside of mortal time..."

"...Perhaps for other gods, the completely immortal ones, it is only like that being asleep. Out of time. Me, I exist at once inside of time and outside of it."

"...And no matter how long it feels like I wait, it always appears, when I wake up, that no time has passed at all. That is the god place. The place out of time, where everything is always happening, all at once.

These evidences are supported when you realise that the place Daedric Princes exist in (Oblivion) does not have time:

Lord Fa-Nuit-Hen says, “Again I interrupt! The mighty Fa-Nuit-Hen, a servant of Hermaeus Mora? By no means! I am a scion of Boethiah, a sovereign demiprince, and I serve no will but my own! As for time, cause, and consequence, let's just say that the laws of the Dragon God do not apply to Oblivion. Oh, it's useful to adopt the trappings of duration when dealing with mortals, so you'll find Maelstrom quite familiar in that regard. We know how lost you feel away from the hand of Akatosh! Maelstrom is far easier to comprehend than Apocrypha—and much more generous in that we award victorious competitors with fabulous prizes!"

And the fact that Alduin sleep and rest in the space between kalpas, where time doesn't exist:

"[And it came to pass that] a strange thing happened: Alduin the World-Eater, who sleeps between the [kalpas], had a disturbing dream, and he roused slightly, but not enough to bring ruin, and, heavy-lidded, he went back to the [age-wait]. But he yawned just slightly beforeso, which he had never done. And thus was born the Dirt Patch Which Does Not Gather Snow."

Alduin is literally the Nordic God of Destruction and Creation, a massive shards of Aka (not Akatosh), the original Time God. Based on Vivec description, he should scale to this weakened Vivec.

The Dovahkiin keep up, fight and killed this Alduin. That's how this feat prove Dovahkiin is faster and stronger than what you give him credit for.

And yes, Oblivion is infinitely bigger than our universe. In the novel "The Infernal City", there was a realm which is "an infinite palace of colored glass."