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Subj: Re: As said below, to enhance himself is a natural skill of Thanos. He would have
Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 at 01:40:52 am EST (Viewed 311 times)
Reply Subj: As said below, to enhance himself is a natural skill of Thanos. He would have
Posted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 at 06:05:36 pm EST (Viewed 184 times)

    this skill in the arena.

    Now, who would win, Thanos or Kurse?

Funny that Thor didn't have to wear the belt of strength vs Thanos or any other such items; unless Thanos was tapping on even more additional power- as in the case with Tarene. Now, to be perfectly fair, Kurse was enhanced by an outside source to be about 4 times stronger (and probably beyond) than Thor, and with a ridiculous durability factor that could practically be compared almost to a mid-level Sky-Lord. The early version of Thanos who fought Warlock and the Avengers would not have lasted 10 seconds against Kurse. You see, once Kurse was enhanced - that was it for him for he reach a tipping point. The most recent Thanos has no limits in that if needs more additional reservoir of power/energy he gets it INSTANTLY. In that aspect, Kurse would have a very difficult hill to climb- and Thanos is the favorite. However, if Kurse has the opportunity to physically get to Thanos- he would do to Thanos what the Hulk did to Loki in the Avengers movie. Imagine the combined strength/durability factor of Thor, Hyperion, Gladiator and the Hulk charging at Thanos; and even if Thanos win- it won't be easy.

One thing to note is that I consider Thanos, because he depends on powers that are not inherently his.. just like KT tapping on the Odin-Force. You guys would immediately jump and say that that is not Thor; but then with Thanos is all perfectly groovy, right?

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