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Subj: Re: Percentage of power from 'herald' to 'skyfather'
Posted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 at 09:49:33 am EST (Viewed 20 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Percentage of power from 'herald' to 'skyfather'
Posted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 at 09:13:34 am EST (Viewed 31 times)



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        What is Galactus? What is Silver Surfer?
      This one is tricky. Since Galactus can vary greatly If he has consumed 4 or 5 planets in a row he can be near 200 and he can be as low as 50. Surfer is a solid 12 to 15 depending on his mood/writer.



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      I always assumed Galactus could absorb only so much energy reaching a limit he couldn't go beyond and any residual/additional energy was
      transferred into the reserves of his spaceship.
    I don't think Galactus has a limit as to how much energy he can take in. In several issues he took in way more than what he normally does. In the Fantastic Four Black Celestial Saga, Galactus was in the process of consuming the entire universe. In another FF issue Galactus consumed 4 worlds in a row to fight the mad Celestials. Another example is after Galactus was freed from the Annihilation Wave he had two heralds finds worlds to replace what he'd lost. Normally 1 world will keep the hunger away for a month or so but he can take in more. I think its safe to say he has no limit. Galactus' ships are independently powered and the ship TAA II can be used as a energy source under dire circumstances.  

    I'm not quite buying he has no limit to the amount of energy he can absorb.  I can quote other issues where he states he's fully sated like when he prepares to take on Thanos with the Infinity Gems.  

    If He has no limit then why does he require energy reserves on his ship to sustain him in dire circumstances? 

    Convince me further.  Can you provide issue numbers?
      



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