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Subj: Re: X-Men VS Avengers and the Squadron Supreme
Posted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 at 04:21:06 pm EST (Viewed 124 times)
Reply Subj: Re: X-Men VS Avengers and the Squadron Supreme
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Phoenix beats Thor in a tough fight. They were originally supposed to be peers, but Phoenix got a teeny bit more love.

Magneto rips apart Vision and Iron Man.

Iceman is supposed to be uber, Scarlet Witch is all over the place and Magik seems like she might be able to net against that. Stuff it, three way ko.

Polaris beats Quicksilver.

Rogue vs Hercules is a good one, but Herc's near naked body gives Rogue carte blanche to ko him.

Hulk turns Colossus into a tin can and quite easily.

Phoenix, Magneto, Polaris and Rogue dominate Hulk.

Phoenix likely beats Hyperion and Spectrum at the same time. Eventually X-Men dominate.

If the Avengers know Rogue, which they do, then Thor, Vision or Ironman zaps her as soon as the fight begins - she's useless against any long range attacker that knows her.

Also, how does Magneto rip an intangible Vision apart, who phases through everything Magneto throws at him and KOs him quickly? Vision is one of the rare bad matchups for Magneto.

Why would you assume Iceman to be uber and not normal like everyone else?

Here's my take on this match.
Ironman, being a genius, immediately takes out Rogue in 2 seconds - who is absolutely useless against any long range attack.

Vision is a bad matchup for Magneto, who has no way of effecting Vision.

Thor & Ironman hold off the Phoenix.

Scarlet Witch beats Magik, or even a double KO - it doesn't matter.

That leaves: Hulk, Hercules & Quicksilver vs Iceman, Polaris & Colossus - not even a close fight.

Also, Vision is soon free to help either Avenger group.

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