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#1  Edited By rhistr

CCC Gilgamesh wi--

...wait. Composite Flash? So God of Death Flash with the speed of Human Race Wally? Flash would kill him trillions of times before Gil could think. He could also just, ya know, go back in time if he wants at any point if he just feels like screwing with Gil.

Composite Flash is spite.

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If PC Darkseid scales to PC Superman, he takes out Odin. No idea about Dark Phoenix.

Pretty sure Dormammu takes team 2 to victory, regardless.

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Team. Prime's durability is off the charts.

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Thanos should be above Annhiliators, below composite Ultron. And from what I know of comp. Ultron, they stop there unless Wally statues him.

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@rhistr: So, it's a ball of speculation? okay.

Pretty much. Perpetua's too new and featless to have her in VS battles, IMO.

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@rampagethefirst said:

@rhistr: Not really. He just says that he cannot perceive the 6th dimension, nowhere does he hint that Perpetua is stronger than him or other 5d imps. 6d beings have existed ever since post-crisis and Mxy has talked about them the same way he does with Perpetua and the 4 others but in the end, they were defeated by the JLA.

He never outright says it, but I would argue that he does hint at it. On page 11 he states that he "knows too well what you face--what we all face. The baddest mischief of all."

A minor side note, he also mentions that happenings in the 6th dimension are beyond his perception. In itself this means little besides the sixth dimension being a place he isn't in control of like the other five, seconded by how he takes effort just to open a door there. Perpetua created the 6th dimension, stated on-panel, in which only the "most powerful beings can reside." The monitors live there, but Perpetua created it. And, I guess, everything? Kind of unclear on that. Anyway, before the Source wall broke, Myx couldn't even go there. He did end up giving Supes the power to get there now, though, so who knows.

Looking back at my last response, I should have said it's implied she's more powerful than him rather than that we should assume it.

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@sungsam said:
@rhistr said:

The latest Justice League just had a Myx-focused issue with regards to Perpetua. She exists in the 6th dimension even beyond his perception, which--given how he talks about her--makes her a threat to him and the fifth dimension, too. Dimensional hierarchies are nonsense generally, but in this context, we can assume she's at least more powerful than Myx (and Batmite, as stated).

Well then? Does this mean you think Perpetua would win?

I don't know enough about Griever to say. When it comes to multiversal power or above, direct on-panel matchups are usually the best to judge power, which we don't have yet. But given all of Myx's appearances are supposed to be canon now, if she's above WF Myx, I'd bank on Perpetua if I had to make a guess right now.

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The latest Justice League just had a Myx-focused issue with regards to Perpetua. She exists in the 6th dimension even beyond his perception, which--given how he talks about her--makes her a threat to him and the fifth dimension, too. Dimensional hierarchies are nonsense generally, but in this context, we can assume she's at least more powerful than Myx (and Batmite, as stated).

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Superman's because they just have far more real world application. Being able to see cancer in someone before it grows, x-ray vision, heat vision, blowing away tornadoes and hurricanes, super-speed to dismantle guns before criminals knew it, flying billions of miles into space in seconds just to sight-see . . . and if it comes with his moral compass and ability to stay strong in almost any moral situation, like expertly talking down a suicidal person or a hostage taker, that seals the deal. There's so much good one can do on both a macro and micro basis with his powers. You could truly change the world for the better without ever going Injustice Supes.

Thor's powers are cool, but in our world, I'd far and away rather have Supes.