Quote: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?
You may hope someone approves your desperate pleas, I don't.
Are you denying the on panel statement that Aegis only deflects kinetic energy?
Quote: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:
Typhon had a switch off mode for Aegis now? Where is that shown? And that was just after he killed Zeus so that obviously means Aegis was switched off, right?
Where did Typhon turn it on or off? Make something up, quick.
I'm going to enjoy seeing your mental gymnastics.
Quote:It wasn't in the comic, only in the handbook. Nonetheless, the actual fight that we see in the comic is Zeus winning.
So it doesn't counts what marvel says, only your word counts, eh?.
This fight we saw were Zeus defeated and ran away in form of animals.
Such a hypocrite.
Quote: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?
You're just mindlessly denying everything now.
A true sign of losing. Good, good.
Quote:Of course it does. That's exactly how we see it work.
No, we don't. The user didn't have to turn it on or off.
Quote: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.
Yes, you're dealing with your own hypocrisy that Typhon was amped somehow. It's not an amp. Read about it in Google if you want.
You don't even have shame when caught red handed lying.