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If their an actual rebel Iíd say good luck as quality of life in uirstís colonies is pretty good so yeah uirst would win.
A showdown between two powerful A.I.s, wonder if it results in another merge.
RIP Miroku and Sango
I'm sure they both have enough skill to defeat King
I don't know much about The King, but Finlandball has a gun
Albedo is a potential homunculus/god/dragon wielding a sword and a flower-shaped elevator.
Finlandball has a gun.
I say Finlandball wins this one.
Edited by TheGeekArtist08 on Jan 4th 2021 at 4:23:57 PM
Depends how effective Rebel's magic is against a determined kid in a mech suit.
Edited by BlackFaithStar on Jan 4th 2021 at 5:50:18 PM
Is the kids mech suit bulletproof? If not, Heavy would kill if provoked.
Well, on one hand Bond's gone against stronger assailants and survived. On the other hand, I think Heavy's BFG would trump Bond's trademark Walther PPK.
Unless one of his tools includes something to hide his heat signature. Uirst will know where he is at all times.
Edited by Immortalartisan on Jan 4th 2021 at 9:55:22 AM
Hard for an A.I. to take down the supernatural, so I'd say these four slashers would win in the long run. Well, except for maybe Leatherface as here's the only one that isn't supernatural in any way.
A regular guy, no matter how strong, will always lose against the supernatural.
Have a feeling Rebel's gonna lose this one.
Theoretically Albedo could turn Rebelís fire/water powers into shields for himself if he just uses his skill over and over again, Iíd say he can win this one.
Aichi loses for sure because he's not If Aichi. If he were If Aichi he could summon units and shoot dark energy blasts, but this version is the good version of Aichi so he just... plays Vanguard.
So, uh... Sorry, Aichi!
Edited by CrystalMemoria on Jan 5th 2021 at 7:12:37 AM
Ryukovoir would win easily because of the move (Of my own making) Cross Scissor.
ďThe user strikes with a blade that never loses its way. This move always results in a critical hit.
Edited by JFlynn03 on Jan 5th 2021 at 8:12:47 AM
Despite it's best efforts to use the ocean floor it buries itself in, the bobbit worm stands no chance against such a sharp...sharpshooter.
I was so focused on firepower that i didn't realise that it's habitat can permit escape lol
Edited by SomeLibre on Jan 8th 2021 at 5:34:14 PM
I mean, a standard Fleet Carrier like Essex here typically has little to no weapons to fight underwater threats, and even then those weapons aren't designed to hit things on the ocean floor. Not to mention it's too small to detect with sonar. It could just scurry away and escape while Essex stands around confounded.
Hm. Well, both avatars have guns, but in her case she is the gun so that might give her an unfair advantage.
As skilled as James Bond is, there's nothing in his arsenal that'll work against Bill Cipher. So yeah, Bill wins.
RIP Metalucy, Bill wins here
It's easy to win fights when you're a shipgirl. Especially if you're one of the few who can equipment big main guns as a destroyer.
Well, if you retrofit them, of course.
Well played, son. Well played.
Edited by FCMacbeth on Jan 11th 2021 at 12:35:42 AM
Even the biggest guns T-Dolls can carry won't do much to a shipgirl. SCW here shoots measly 5.56 NATO and is restricted to hollow point ammunition at that—more than enough to take down fleshy and unarmored targets, but completely ineffective even against the barebone armoring of a destroyer (which aren't even meant to stop shells, but shrapnel). Z23 has her massively outgunned here.
Given that a bobbit worm keeps itself anchored to the ground to hunt (and often small), it's unlikely that it can attack and damage something as tough as a warship. Any of the warship's artillery that hits a bobbit worm (however tough it may be) would likely one-shot the poor worm.
Edited by SomeLibre on Jan 9th 2021 at 7:46:58 PM
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