Posted 27 October 2012 - 07:55 PM
If you in real life killed Raiden, then yes I would give you the fight over Cap and Vader as well... I guess is what your asking... Are you under the assumption that Captain America, Vader, and Iron Man are on the same level as gods like Raiden, Zeus, and Thor??? Becuase if so, you sir have been misinformed.
I honestly don't know how else I can phrase this in a manner that will get through to you. I don't even know where you're pulling these crazy presumptions from now.
First of all, I didn't mention Raiden as far as me killing him. What I'm stating is that someone being able to defeat a god doesn't mean anything by itself because the power scale for gods varies so widely between settings to the point where the argument "But he defeated a god!" is utterly irrelevant in the grand scheme of things.
I could defeat a god from certain fiction and technically be considered a "God Buster". But that doesn't automatically put me on the same power level as even a street-level character like Daredevil or some such.
AvP, do you (or does anyone else) understand what I'm getting at here? Or is it incomprehensible?
Posted 27 October 2012 - 07:59 PM
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Posted 27 October 2012 - 09:04 PM
But yes, bottom line is that being a god doesn't mean much unless quantified/qualified or otherwise supported with stats and feats. AvP and bigballerju both had good examples of this. That's all I was trying to get across.
Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:54 PM
Also, if Mortal Kombat was more popular than Star Wars and Kahn had won this fight, that would have been a popularity win, too. In all honesty, the votes can't matter as much as they should, so, personally, i don't pay attention to them, i just want to know what people think and why they think it.
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