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#1 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@rac95 said:

I think he should take it, regardless of her cry.

Agreed, especially since the Vibranium in his shield should absorb the sonics.

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#2 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

Reality stone, definitely, I wanna build universes.

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#3 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@conner_wolf:

Bucky's arm is also strong enough to crack a Tarmac, punch through fortified doors, break concrete through a metal frame, and so forth. Bucky ain't exactly weak.

Was talking about his organic arm. He overpowered the trash CW arm with his normal arm

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Hawkeye's arrows are also bunker-busting explosives during Age of Ultron, and capable of piercing through Ultron drones with ease, ya know, those things Iron Man made based off his own armor and Ultron improved upon. They aren't anything to sneeze at...

The armour was outright pierced by a flat normal arrow.

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Also Hawkeye never shot through the armour of an Ultron drone with an arrow. He always tagged the in the eye or in the vulnerable gap in the chest plate.

Here the arrow just arrow pierces the chestplate of the CW armour. It's trash.

And where did Iron Man fail to crack the ground? And inconsistencies happen, deal with it.

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Not even a scratch on the ground.

Meanwhile the Mark III

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The CW armour is trash

And inconsistencies happen, deal with it.

It's not inconsistent with this armour. As it's weak enough to be overpowered by the likes of Buck and Steve. This armour is consistently weak. That's the point of the armour. Steve fighting it in H2H isn't all that impressive.

You do realize that's a bunker meant to withstand nuclear blasts vs a wall that looks like it's falling apart, right? There's also most likely a crapton of concrete beneath that to absorb that punch.

And my point wasn't Hawkeye's explosions, they were just the fact that it's Hawkeye's arrows, show some suspension of disbelief for a moment...

As for Bucky's organic arm performing that feat, we've also seen Bucky, with his organic bits do things like kick people multiple meters and other crap like that, he's shown equivalence to Cap, and Cap's also the guy we see pulling helicopters out of the air because why not? Armin Zola experimented on him and it's theorized multiple times that he likely has his own version of the super soldier serum and that's how he survived the fall in the first place.

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#4 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@thegodamnbatman: Can I travel to the alternate reality I create with the reality gem?

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#5 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

Thanos did not beat Hulk with skill. He defeated Hulk with strength and intimidation.

At this point, Hulk already lost the fight.
At this point, Hulk already lost the fight.

Hulk relies on rage and anger to be strong and powerful, without them, Hulk is nothing. Thanos momentarily overpowered and successfully intimidated Hulk with brute strength. Hulk lost much of his rage and anger to the point where his strength and durability dropped down low enough for Thanos to ko him easily. This is one of the two reasonable ways to explain why Hulk got ko'ed. easily after fighting Thor in Ragnarok. Their fight in Ragnarok inflicted much more impact and collateral damage than his fight with Thanos in Infinity War. The other reason is simply bad power scaling and they really wanted Hulk out of the picture as soon as possible.

The same Thanos that:

... got hit and bled to Iron Man's slow and impact less punch with 4 IGs.
... got hit and bled to Iron Man's slow and impact less punch with 4 IGs.
... got a random axe to his chest with 6 IGs.
... got a random axe to his chest with 6 IGs.

That's the dumbest argument-- Ok, not the dumbest, but still stupidly dumb.

Thanos never used the IG to tank that hit, every time Thanos used one of the stones we see him closing his fist, they don't inherently boost his stats, at least not that we ever see, nor is there any evidence of that, especially since we've already seen how increased durability from a gem looks, Thanos doesn't look like that.

Iron Man in the movie was also incredibly powerful, and this was after Thanos got a STARSHIP dropped on his head, and fighting a bunch of other heroes.

As for stormbreaker piercing his chest... I'm not even going to address the complete and voluntary ignorance of that statement.

As for the fight itself, Thanos can last, easily.

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#6 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@greysentinel365: Bucky's arm is also strong enough to crack a Tarmac, punch through fortified doors, break concrete through a metal frame, and so forth. Bucky ain't exactly weak.

Hawkeye's arrows are also bunker-busting explosives during Age of Ultron, and capable of piercing through Ultron drones with ease, ya know, those things Iron Man made based off his own armor and Ultron improved upon. They aren't anything to sneeze at...

And where did Iron Man fail to crack the ground? And inconsistencies happen, deal with it.

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#7 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@conner_wolf: The CW suit is the weakest armour apart from the first one. Steve fought a trash IM armour.

The armour Vanko fought could punch through armoured drones with so much force it superheated the metal. The only damage the armour took was from Rhodey and Tony's combined attack apart from that it stomped them. Steve has no chance against Mk. 2 Whiplash.

Where was that established that CW suit was weak? I don't think that's a fair judgement at all, because aside from Steve beating it, it has no real terrible feats.

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#8 Posted by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@rebake: I dunno man, his suit wasn't terribly strong and Steve's gone H2H against a much stronger Iron Man suit.

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#9 Edited by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@heatforce: Make it Vibranium and I'll take that bet.

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#10 Edited by Conner_Wolf (6380 posts) - - Show Bio

@k4tzm4n: Now see, an interesting article, counter-proposal: Make shows that actually have genuine character development and real actual moments between characters instead of watching the characters I grew up with act like bumbling idiots.

Imagine for a moment if your hero, your absolute hero, was made to smear literal shit on his face and roll around, spasming violently while screaming 'I'm a little teapot', if your response is 'I wouldn't care at all' then he wasn't your hero... I didn't grow up with Thundercats, but I grew up with Teen Titans, and those characters were a big part of my childhood and what I went through, a lot of characters fulfill that role for me, so yes, when I watch those same characters being given the shit sandwich treatment I'm going to take issue with it.

This is just an extension of every article that tells anybody who's a fan of anything to 'get over it' when they feel anything. "Get over it" is not an actual argument.