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motifian

Member Since: Sat Jun 10, 2017
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zvelf

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Subj: Re: I think people are missing the forest for the trees here...
Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 at 10:54:46 pm EST (Viewed 54 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I think people are missing the forest for the trees here...
Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 at 10:37:40 am EST (Viewed 45 times)



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        Wrong. Do you ever get tired of being misleading? Squirrel Girl was whooping Wolverine, paused to turn around to gloat to the Avengers watching, Wolverine came up from behind, put her in an arm bar, and then surrendered when he found himself surrounded by an army of squirrels with Squirrel Girl indicating that she had that part planned. Squirrel Girl purposely chose to stop fighting Kraven because she saw no point to it, that is, she purposely chose not to beat Kraven and she was winning at that moment.
      Yeah right, she was overpowered by Wolverine in a headlock. Such a top tier right there.

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        I didn't say she lost to Wolverine, just that she didn't win at the end without outside help of squirrels.



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    Her power is getting help from squirrels! And you're misunderstanding the nature of Squirrel Girl, which is why she shouldn't be taken seriously in battleboard debates. Squirrel Girl's power set should by no means allow her to defeat everyone she defeats. That's why she's funny! How she wins purposely makes no sense. Trying to undermine her because Wolverine put her in a headlock is totally not understanding the character. She can be on the verge of defeat by anyone at any power level, but somehow, inexplicably, she wins.


Her power is to talk with squirrels who saw her in danger and helped her. It's outside help.

Not inexplicably, she defeated Thanos and was on verge of getting defeated by Wolverine. That's a perfect example of Thanos power levels I'd say.


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