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#1 Edited by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

Utilizing her weaknesses helps a lot:

1. Her forehead, apparently

2. Sasuke (especially when he's not present so she can't see him not giving a shit)

3. Standing around talking for hours (pretty common weakness in this universe)

If there's a ring-out, trigger a flashback sequence with these, pick her up and gently drop her out of the ring.

Edit: I know it's bloodlusted, but looking at how many flashbacks a bloodlusted Sasuke can have, I'd consider this possible.

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#2 Edited by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

If this is the anime version, they hit each other one or two times, Hidan draws blood, both talk about for an hour while Hidan casually paints his seal on the ground, then they explain their backstory to each other, then Hidan gets crushed- which kills Gaara. Hidan eats five buckets of Sand and emerges two weeks later.

If this is the manga, Hidan blitzes. Simply because Part 2 regulars are above most feats in Part 1 on average, and Hidan is an S-Class criminal working for an Organisation that literally specialises in capturing people like Gaara- on Part 2 levels. Applies to both rounds.

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#3 Posted by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

1-3 should be comparatively easy (Neither RoboCop nor Sektor have demonstrated anything on Armstrong's strength level afaik, neither do they posess attacks that permanently disable the Nanomachines, son.)

I'd say he stops at 4. That could be a difficulty spike too hefty (Hulk should be harder to take down than Armstrong, which this armor almost did). If not, I don't see Franky doing that much better, but that's where it stops at the latest.

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#4 Posted by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

Awesome matchup. How come that I feel that the "assistance" is proving detrimental to both? They don't want to lose theirs, but these are the easiest targets...

I'd say in this particular scenario, it's Bane keeping up with Deschain, not the other way around. With greater distance or less cover, the odds for Deschains victory would greatly increase, and they are both very adept at utilizing their surroundings when needed. I'd say that particular field of expertise fits Bane slightly more, but without neutralizing Deschains other advantages. The blaster gives away your position, but the revolvers probably run out of ammo quicker- not that either of them is just going to start blasting away...

You know what? I vote for the following: Three hours of shooting and scheming, the sidekicks bite it in the first few minutes, ending in a Mexican standoff with the last charge/bullet left. Which Deschain wins, exhausted.

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#5 Posted by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

Vader is widely regarded as an absolute monster in a duel and still a force prodigy, plus two decades of training since he sliced Dooku's head off.

I don't like that the comics constantly have him fight featless chumps, which makes all of the above rather little more than informed attributes, but based on how in-universe characters react to him (and that Palpatine hasn't ditched him in 20+ years) tells me that Vader is supposed to take this. Effort is debatable, outcome likely not.

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#6 Posted by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

Let him push over a SWAT Truck without worrying too much about leverage, but not that much more.

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#7 Posted by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

Not very far, Hulk has no friends or allies on DC earth, so they would deal with him in the same way as a mindless monster like Doomsday as quickly and as efficiently as possible, with extreme prejudice.

Sounds about right. Smashing stuff up is a one-way space faring ticket courtesy of Supes pretty quickly.

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#8 Edited by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

I guess if there's a stop, it would most likely be 8, but I'd actually say he clears...

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#9 Posted by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio

A large Bat Family is proof that Bruce's vision of being a symbol anyone can aspire to is true and can be acted upon. It doesn't exclude stories that focus on him alone, and allows other characters to prosper and interact without him where needed.

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#10 Edited by DampfGecko (38 posts) - - Show Bio
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Learned to greatly appreciate all of the above, would like to add Fabok. There's nary a panel of his Batman Art I don't like, and his best are absolutely gorgeous.

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