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The Shuruku Demon

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Subj: Taskmaster is a special case
Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 at 04:21:30 pm EST (Viewed 105 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Also, here is my rankings
Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 at 03:37:24 pm EST (Viewed 102 times)

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      Probably, a bit of both.

      What Fandral has going is he one of the very best swordsman of an elite, highly skilled immortal race that is constantly at war with mythically powered beings.

      As good as Swordsman is, even if his natural ability is the same, he hasn't been around as long, can't practice or fight as long and doesn't have Fandral's strength or reflexes, at best he may have his accuracy.


    Exactly. Fandral would be insulted being compared to a mere mortal such as the Swordsman.


Thor himself compared Swordsman's skill to any ever seen in Asgard though.
https://imgur.com/a/RWKHa.jpg


And Fandral compared his own skill to that of Taskmaster.
https://imgur.com/a/dq40r


Taskmaster was able to defeat random Asgardian soldiers.
https://imgur.com/a/xpiI8


He is essentially super-powered and at small bursts can duplicate superhuman speed.

Fandral noted he was getting better with each step, e.g. his ability to duplicate skills was copying Fandral's. Which is to say, his duplicated skills of Black Knight/Swordsman wasn't quite as good to begin with.

He is also shown matching Fandral with his blows, has he got superhuman strnegth derived from his battle armour? I don't know.

I can't access the Thor comment, but yeah, Thor thought he would beat Superman in another fight. He tends to say statements like this. In addition, he may be remarking about accuracy, or a narrow margin of set moves. I don't know - but Thor is not a swordsman.





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