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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331389#msg331389
« Reply #12 on: May 11, 2011, 11:28:12 am »
Fine but could Mjolnir get to Cannonball... Cannonball is also a strategist and would know better then to stay close to Thor then more then a second or two.  He would most likely just Charge from and angle and dodge any of Thor's attacks until he could hit him, and just do it again until Thor gets bored or actually loses.
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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331413#msg331413
« Reply #13 on: May 11, 2011, 12:36:22 pm »
Get's bored? Thor fought the Frost Giants for nine months, he's not going to get bored. Cannonball, on the other hand, has no sort of enhance stamina and, though I can't back this up because I don't remember where, I'm ninety percent sure Cannonball has a finite amount of time he can keep "burning". Something like half an hour. There's no way he could beat Thor by then, at which point he would very much be at Thor's mercy.

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331483#msg331483
« Reply #14 on: May 11, 2011, 03:35:16 pm »
Get's bored? Thor fought the Frost Giants for nine months, he's not going to get bored. Cannonball, on the other hand, has no sort of enhance stamina and, though I can't back this up because I don't remember where, I'm ninety percent sure Cannonball has a finite amount of time he can keep "burning". Something like half an hour. There's no way he could beat Thor by then, at which point he would very much be at Thor's mercy.
Korugar, the statement in yellow needs back up, its basically a major statement against a character, according to rules, it needs to be backed up by official proof to be 100% reliable info, not 90%.
otherwise it may affect the validity of the statement.

Fine but could Mjolnir get to Cannonball... Cannonball is also a strategist and would know better then to stay close to Thor then more then a second or two.  He would most likely just Charge from and angle and dodge any of Thor's attacks until he could hit him, and just do it again until Thor gets bored or actually loses.
please provide a link to the page that refers Cannonball as a profound or well-recognized strategist.
otherwise the statement may be classified as a personal opinion.
personal opinions aren't that strong in this type of discussion.

Not really. If anything can hurt Cannonball(and considering my earlier quote, it obviously can) it would be Mjolnir.
Can you provide a link with Mjolnir's powers/traits please?

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331488#msg331488
« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2011, 03:47:55 pm »
Might I suggest looking at the marvel powergrid rankings between the two?

Cannonball (http://marvel.com/universe/Cannonball_(Sam_Guthrie))
(http://marvel.com/universe/Cannonball_(Sam_Guthrie))

Thor (http://marvel.com/universe/Thor_(Thor_Odinson))
(http://marvel.com/universe/Thor_(Thor_Odinson))

Cannonball does not have durability issues, but Thor also beats him in every category

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331492#msg331492
« Reply #16 on: May 11, 2011, 03:56:01 pm »
Might I suggest looking at the marvel powergrid rankings between the two?

Cannonball (http://marvel.com/universe/Cannonball_(Sam_Guthrie))


Thor (http://marvel.com/universe/Thor_(Thor_Odinson))


Cannonball does not have durability issues, but Thor also beats him in every category
Gavsword, Can you please provide links to those same images that appear in some sort of official website? It seems they only take me to imageshack.
It is important to show the validity of such proof. as it may affect voting later on, thank you.

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331498#msg331498
« Reply #17 on: May 11, 2011, 04:00:38 pm »
If you click the names, they take you to the official page

EDIT: Added a link to the main page via the pictures

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331511#msg331511
« Reply #18 on: May 11, 2011, 04:15:38 pm »
If you click the names, they take you to the official page

EDIT: Added a link to the main page via the pictures
They seem official enough, Thank you. :)

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331886#msg331886
« Reply #19 on: May 12, 2011, 01:03:26 am »
Battle Character Addition : Galactus (http://marvel.com/universe/Galactus)

Powers and abilities description from Marvel.Com

Galactus possesses cosmic power beyond most forms of measurement (The Power Cosmic). He can levitate; restructure molecules; convert matter into energy and vice-versa; project energy with enormous concussive force; teleport himself, others, and objects across space, dimensions, and time; erect virtually impenetrable fields; restore others from any injury, even total disintegration; and endow or enhance powers within others. Even his heralds, imbued with the smallest fraction of his power, can manipulate matter and energy far beyond human comprehension. Though he generally avoids physical conflict, Galactus can bolster his own strength beyond any known system of measure. Galactus is telepathic, able to scan the thoughts of virtually any known being.
To sustain his immense power, Galactus requires energies derived from a biosphere, a planet able to sustain living beings, though life does not actually have to be present. Though Galactus can extract and absorb this energy himself, he generally employs his immense Elemental Converter to perform the process, as it is far more efficient and avoids the expenditure required of him. Sometimes the planets on which he feeds are left barely habitable; other times he consumes all life and water, leaving it devastated and barren; most often the process reduces the planet to space rubble. When Galactus was newly formed, the energy of a medium-size Earth-like planet sustained him for over a century. Now he needs to feed about once a month; in addition, when preparing for a massive expenditure of energy, he may absorb planets more frequently to amplify his power stores. Conversely, when he does not feed within his allotted time, his energies will dwindle, and he will even begin to physically shrink as they drop dangerously low. His body totally converts the energies he absorbs for his life functions and activities without any waste products.

Though seemingly destroyed on several occasions, Galactus is always restored to full power eventually. In addition, despite being a physical being, Galactus can adopt a manifestation (M-Body) from the Dimension of Manifestations in order to commune with abstract beings, such as Death and Eternity.
Abilities
Galactus has scientific knowledge beyond human understanding.

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331892#msg331892
« Reply #20 on: May 12, 2011, 01:27:02 am »
NEW RULE:
People who post characters here in the period of a battle in progress, Have the option to choose whom they want to challenge in the pending character list on Opening Page (OP)ONLY IF there is more than one character waiting.
If they wish to wait for another challenger and place themselves in the waiting list, they may do so by PMing me.

When there is no battle active: the first two characters posted challenge each other automatically.
IF there are only 2 characters in awaiting list at the end of a battle, they challenge each other automatically.
IF there are 4 or more characters in awaiting list at the end of a battle, The people must choose whom they want to fight,
The choices are in order by value. For example: IF character A and B wish to challenge character C, and D is left out, Whomever out of Character A and B asked me if they could challenge C last, has to challenge character D.

People whom have finished a Battle May Re-apply to Comic Character Battle, but with a different Comic Character.




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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg331946#msg331946
« Reply #21 on: May 12, 2011, 02:48:36 am »
Get's bored? Thor fought the Frost Giants for nine months, he's not going to get bored. Cannonball, on the other hand, has no sort of enhance stamina and, though I can't back this up because I don't remember where, I'm ninety percent sure Cannonball has a finite amount of time he can keep "burning". Something like half an hour. There's no way he could beat Thor by then, at which point he would very much be at Thor's mercy.
Korugar, the statement in yellow needs back up, its basically a major statement against a character, according to rules, it needs to be backed up by official proof to be 100% reliable info, not 90%.
otherwise it may affect the validity of the statement.

Fine but could Mjolnir get to Cannonball... Cannonball is also a strategist and would know better then to stay close to Thor then more then a second or two.  He would most likely just Charge from and angle and dodge any of Thor's attacks until he could hit him, and just do it again until Thor gets bored or actually loses.
please provide a link to the page that refers Cannonball as a profound or well-recognized strategist.
otherwise the statement may be classified as a personal opinion.
personal opinions aren't that strong in this type of discussion.

Not really. If anything can hurt Cannonball(and considering my earlier quote, it obviously can) it would be Mjolnir.
Can you provide a link with Mjolnir's powers/traits please?
To the first yellow bit: His powers do not say anything about stamina upgrades, so if that's not good enough...Anyway, I don't have anything for the second half of that. So yeah, forget it. Anyway, Mjolnir's powers and traits are below Thor's on the link I already posted. And the thing Gavsword posted? Yeah, I was looking for something like that. If that little bit doesn't clinch it immediately, I don't know what will.

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg334696#msg334696
« Reply #22 on: May 16, 2011, 02:17:10 pm »
Countdown is over, poll will be placed (sorry if i caught this a little late ^^;)

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Re: Comic book Character battle thread http://elementscommunity.org/forum/index.php?topic=25861.msg336191#msg336191
« Reply #23 on: May 18, 2011, 03:30:18 pm »
Thor wins?

 

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