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Subj: High end Flash....
Posted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 at 01:44:24 pm CST (Viewed 323 times)
Reply Subj: I think you have to be consistent
Posted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 at 01:35:18 pm CST (Viewed 354 times)

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A high end Sersi vs high end Flash, favours Flash in my opinion. A low end Sersi vs low end Flash, favours Sersi. However, I think a more natural fight would be:

Thena vs Wonder Woman (the female warriors of the group)
Sersi vs Manhunter (the versatile guys)
Flash vs Makkari (the speedsters)

In general high end showings will favour the JLA.

is fast enough that if he went for it from the start, yeah, he could take on anyone.

BUT, Sersi operated at the higher end of her showings pretty consistently, with only a couple of lower end showings.

In general, the way they all fight, in head to head matchups, I would probably favor Diana vs. Thena (though I think Thena is more powerful...I just don't think she'd be able to bring her most powerful ability to bear effectively in the fight), Sersi vs. MM is a tossup (though Sersi is more likely to have a 'better' showing, in which case she wins), and the way any Flash usually fights against either version of Makkari puts him at a disadvantage. In the rematch, of course, Flash uses speed force to beat the faster version of Makkari or uses an IM punch to beat the classic version like he did Zum...but in the first fight, I think Flash is the underdog.

Its one of the challenges when dealing with characters like Flash, Sersi, or others like Surfer or Adam Warlock with the soul gem...they pulled out weird powers often enough that are game ending if used so they take away potential for dramatic they become plot devices and break suspension of disbelief.

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