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Subj: No way near
Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 at 11:05:34 am EST (Viewed 9 times)
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These two amalgams have an awful lot in common at first look. Both boast a top notch telepath and both wield the Nega Bands. So, I guess we can call those areas a wash. LGU noted taht Nate may have an edge over Cable in the psi department, but his scans with regard to Deathverine's defenses were highly persuasive.

That leaves us with the remaining pieces of the amalgams, and here these two teams couldn't be more different. The High and Deathverine give LGU top end durability, speed, flight, etc whereas Reed is much more elusive and tricky with the Enchantress' magics and Sandman's body. In the final analysis I have to give it to LGU because of his durability. I really don't see Reed's amalgam mounting a powerful enough offense to put down LGU, whereas LGU has proved in his write up that he has the means to take out the Sandman's form. I hope I don't meet LGU next round, but he gets the nod here.

Cable = Emeta

Shaman = Herald
Enchantress = PMeta (but probably an Emeta psi.

How is this a wash.

It's like saying that because both the High and Sandman are strong then it's a wash physically.

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