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BlackGhost

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Subj: Re: Fantastic Four vs the X-Men (Morph, Sunfire, Jean Grey, Colossus)
Posted: Mon Sep 13, 2021 at 12:07:18 am EDT (Viewed 35 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Fantastic Four vs the X-Men (Morph, Sunfire, Jean Grey, Colossus)
Posted: Sat Sep 11, 2021 at 01:45:15 pm EDT (Viewed 59 times)



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    X-Men FTW



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    Johnny produces only flames but Sunfire's radioactive/nuclear abilities and martial arts give him a much sharper edge.


Possibly. But this fight needs to happen. I’m surprised they’ve never fought before, least to my knowledge.


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    Ben vs Peter... There's little question that Pete is the stronger of the two (usually, Spikey thing was a two to three hundred tonner and Angrir was even stronger than that) while Ben is the better fighter. However, Ben has beaten a lot of people out of his weight category before through sheer tenacity and skill. I'd say that out of Marvel's bricks, Grimm is definitely the best non-divine fighter. I'd give Ben a bit of an advantage since the difference in strength between the two is small enough for Grimm's better skill to come out on top.


Thing is class 100 as well. I might even say a bit stronger considering his better showings against the Hulk than Piotr in general..








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    Jean vs Sue...Telepathy + telekinesis beats invisibility + force fields. Susan would need Jean to be distracted in order to catch her unaware. Or some other advantage. Jean wins this in a close one.








Looks like Sue’s fields block telekinesis and telepathy.


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    Morph would beat Mr Fantastic in a one on one fight of the elastics. He's far more fluid with his ability than MF, able to transform his shape into literally anything imaginable. He can become weapons, vehicles, machines- and all with the exact functionality and capabilities of the actual equipment. Mr Fantastic has been shown to reshape himself into simple shapes (spheres, cubes, chutes), extend himself, and bind or constrict opponents. He can form his hands into oversized clubs and mallets for bashing but not much else. For elasticity, he can't keep up with Morph. The only way MF could dominate and have a better chance of winning would be to use his greater intellect to create a weapon or gadget that he could use to help him out. In that capacity, Mr Fantastic does trump Morph but in a battle of powers only: its Morph all day over Mr Fantastic


I agree. Although Reed might be able to reach higher strength levels.

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    Ben would fall to the rest of the X-Men...







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