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zvelf

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motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
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Subj: Re: to be fair, most posters would vote that Thor can beat Superman despite Superman ko'ing him.
Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 at 02:59:53 pm EST (Viewed 77 times)
Reply Subj: Re: to be fair, most posters would vote that Thor can beat Superman despite Superman ko'ing him.
Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 at 12:45:32 pm EST (Viewed 90 times)



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      Then people should read about you lying that Typhon's Aegis did not deflect Zeus' lightning and that Hercules bloodied Typhon before giving Typhon amnesia, completely contradicted by scans:
    Yes, they should. You're not making anyone's mind either way.


That's what you're hoping for anyway. Are you still denying that the Aegis deflected Zeus lightning or are you going to admit you lied?


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    And Hercules didn't bloody Typhon here?


That's before Typhon turned the Aegis on! So of course it wasn't going to redirect his blow. Once Typhon turned it on, it turned Hercules into a bloody mess:

http://www.comicboards.com/php/show.php?rpy=comicbattles-2017122915175796


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    Typhon had beaten Zeus. Even handbooks confirm it.



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    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/stJIsi6V1GmgMLMuTN5Z3LGLyQXbBRMCCPaZ7Tbdd8PqPhd574Ghm8zqazv4isI4T7_9YtXMgCDZ=s1600



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    What new excuse will you give?


It wasn't in the comic, only in the handbook. Nonetheless, the actual fight that we see in the comic is Zeus winning.


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          I'm not the one who wrote, "Being on his knees and hands shows he was significantly hurt. It's a staple of comics." But then when I show you other instances of characters being on their hands and knees, all of a sudden they aren't "significantly hurt." Funny, eh?
        Yes, you did for Darkseid where Justice League was stalemating Darkseid and Batman's statements don't count because some reasons.
      Those reasons are important, but that example still has nothing to do with you contradicting yourself.
    I didn't contradict anything. You however did.


Argument by assertion, your go-to logical fallacy. See how I can point out exactly how you contradicted yourself and you still deny it and then you accuse me of the same thing and you can't give any specifics?


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          I never said Hercules didn't kill Typhon physically. My point was that you used a misleading example because Hercules didn't beat Typhon solely with his own power, which is what you implied. Hercules only won because he used the waters of Lethe to give Typhon amnesia, which made Typhon vulnerable to Hercules attack.
        Yes, you did. How did amnesia make Typhon vulnerable to Hercules' attacks?
      Typhon had amnesia so he forgot he had the Aegis and didn't use it!
    That's not even worth responding. Aegis doesn't work that way.


Of course it does. That's exactly how we see it work.


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      Nice try in trying to define being amped as being only physical strength. Typhon was amped because the Aegis allowed him to redirect Zeus' lightning. Typhon was amped because physical blows against him redirected to the one trying to strike him! How is that not being amped? The scans are all right here:



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    Amp means increase in power or strength. What you said was totally false. Deal with it.


I am dealing with it by pointing out yet another argument by assertion, your go-to logical fallacy. Being able to redirect Zeus lightning or physical blows is a tremendous defense-to-offensive amp.




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