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motifian

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zvelf

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Subj: Re: Darkseid vs Wonder Woman: WW 36 spoilers
Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 at 12:23:23 am EST (Viewed 173 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Darkseid vs Wonder Woman: WW 36 spoilers
Posted: Tue Dec 19, 2017 at 02:42:47 pm EST (Viewed 142 times)



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      Nice dream you had. It's time to wake up and see how you get truly dismantled.



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    You have no credibility because you think Thor is more powerful than Odin, that Odin is a weakling, and you purposely use examples you know are misleading.


I never said Thor is more powerful than Odin. The rest are just you whining.


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      "Rhetorical counter dismissal".

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        You love to do that, don't you? Whenever you lose, you only have one response "You really think so?".

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          Pitiful.



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    I am extremely amused.


I'm sure you are.


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          Because Zeus wasn't on his knees like that weakling Odin.
        Okay, from now on I will note why you lack credibility by pointing out you're the only person who thinks that Marvel's premiere skyfather is a weakling.
      If he is on his knees by one hammer hit by Thor, yes he is.



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    I am even more amused.


Concession accepted.


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      Your own logic man.



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    Uh, no. I stated the exact opposite - that Thor can lift billions of tons so knocking down someone who weighs a few hundred pounds isn't particularly indicative of anything. Of course when I pointed out when Wonder Woman knocked Zeus on the ground with one blow and was standing over him, you said that meant nothing, completely displaying your hypocrisy on the matter. Now by YOUR own logic, DC Zeus is a weakling.


Thor didn't just knock Odin down, he had Odin on his knees.

Zeus wasn't on his knees like Odin was.


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          He is only injured by weapons enchanted by himself.
        Okay. I stand corrected on Ares' axe.
      Not the first time either.



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    It definitely is not, but I don't try to act like I'm infallible and I admit my mistakes when I am wrong instead of doubling down on it like you leading to absurdities like you having one standard for Odin and another for DC Zeus.


I'm using the same for both. Unless you can show me Zeus being on his knees from an attack from Diana that is.


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      Athena confirmed it too. Typhon outright killed Zeus straight up.



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    Nope, it was with all sorts of conditionals that I've already pointed out and you've already admitted to.


Zeus only lost his memories in the river. He was as powerful as ever.

Not to mention Typhon had defeated Zeus before.


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        Giving Typhon the power to deflect the offense of his opponents against themselves is a huge power up!
      Only kinetic energy. And he killed Zeus physically.



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    Do you know what kinetic energy is? Again, this was a Zeus who was in the form of a human child, with the word "human" emphasized in the issue, who had lost his memory and had no experience with his power.


Yes, I know what it is. Do you?

Zeus had regained his memories. Hence why he was screaming that Typhon killed his wife.


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            So you're accusing me of ignoring context when you just used an example to imply Hercules > Typhon > Zeus while ignoring that Zeus was not normal Zeus, Typhon was amped by the Aegis, and that Hercules used amnesia water to win. Wow.
          Exactly. Just giving you your own medicine.
        Okay, from now on I will note why you lack credibility by pointing out you purposely and consciously used an example you knew was misleading. And also having a 4-year old's understanding of ethics.
      Heh, how does it taste when you get a dose of your own medicine?



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    It feels great that I can always point to direct evidence of you purposely using examples you know are misleading. You've always been doing that, but this time you admitted to it.


What misleading? Everything I said happened exactly in comics.


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            Also, I don't hate DC at all. Some of my favorite characters are DC characters, and anyone who's been on this board for a long time knows I'm a huge fan of Power Girl, Cassandra Cain, Black Canary, and Watchmen.
          Yes, you do. It'd clear for anyone reading your posts.
        Then you haven't really read my posts. If I’m so biased against DC, why would I make posts promoting DC characters like this:
      If you didn't hate DC characters, you didn't have to explain yourself.



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    Huh? That makes no sense. Obviously you think I hate DC characters, which I don't, so to demonstrate that to you, I pointed out clear examples in which I speak well of DC characters. Why would I speak well of characters I hated?


You've obviously never heard of reverse psychology.

Go read about it.


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      You specifically hate Darkseid and would lowball anyone who gets compared to Darkseid to prop up your precious Odin.

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        You're transparent man.


So are you.


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    I actually don't hate Darkseid. I think Darkseid is one of DC's very best villains, probably my favorite DC villain after Poison Ivy. But I argue against some of my favorite characters frequently on this board. Galactus is one of my favorite characters, but at one point he was highly overrated here and I argued against that. With certain exceptions, Darkseid just hasn't been written near Odin levels traditionally. On numerous occasions, Superman has given Darkseid close fights.


Heh, I've heard of these "my favorite character" statements before.

Thor has given Odin more fights than Superman has given to Darkseid. Yet, you don't count them against Odin.

I wonder why.


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        The truth is you are projecting your irrational dislike of Marvel on to me as if I hate DC the same way, which I don't. I invite everyone to click on the links above and look at my extreme "bias" and "hatred" of DC over the years.
      I can post a lot of your posts where you are blatantly biased against DC characters.


I am not going to explain how I love Marvel and how Odin is my favorite character because he isn't.

You can claim anything about me. I don't care.


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    Nonsense. You just can't tell the difference between supporting who should win in a fight and supporting who you like as a character. Knight, for example, is someone who can clearly make that diffentiation.


Knight is Bizarro you though. Trying to lowball the characters he/she likes as to not look biased.


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      But answer this, which skyfather in DC can at least get 6/10 against Odin in a fight.



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    It depends on how you define skyfather. Certainly DC's top powers like Mxyzptlk, Spectre, more recent Nekron can.


They are not skyfathers though. Imps are not skyfather level.
They are abstract levels in power.

And you yourself said Odin was more powerful than Spectre in another thread.


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      Which top tier can get 6/10 against Thor and Silver Surfer.



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    Thunderbolt. So why don't you tell me which top tier Marvel characters beat Superman a majority of the time?


Thunderbolt is definitely not a top tier. He is an imp and half of his self defeated and imprisoned Spectre and was warping entire universe.

Odin can beat Superman for 6/10 by your logic.



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