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12:8 - Shan Yu vs. Bill Cipher

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Shan Yu: 2
Bill Cipher: 8

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12:8 - Abra Stone vs. Fortnite Island

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Abra Stone: 4
Fortnite Island: 6

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12:8 - Richard O'Connell vs. Warworld

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Richard O'Connell: 5
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12:8 - The Star Wars Fanatics vs. The Foot Clan

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The Star Wars Fanatics: 4
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12:8 - Beta Ray Bill vs. Captain Marvel / Shazam

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Beta Ray Bill: 9
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12:8 - Trevor Belmont (Netflix) vs. Domino (Marvel Comics)

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Trevor Belmont: 4
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12:8 - Ashley J. Williams vs. Predator Pyramid

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Ashley J. Williams: 5
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12:8 - Mr. Peanut vs. Wendy

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Mr. Peanut: 5
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12:8 - Lt. Ellen Ripley vs. New York City Penitentiary

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Lt. Ellen Ripley: 14
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12:8 - Shocker vs. Rhino

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Shocker: 8
Rhino: 3

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12:8 - The Mutants (The Dark Knight Returns) vs. Orcs

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The Mutants (The Dark Knight Returns): 3
Orcs: 9

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12:8 - Bragi vs. Zeus

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Bragi: 6
Zeus: 3

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12:8 - George Volcano vs. Ronald McDonald

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George Volcano: 4
Ronald McDonald: 5

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12:8 - Angar the Screamer vs. Trapster

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Angar the Screamer: 9
Trapster: 2

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12:8 - Magpie vs. King Shark

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Magpie: 3
King Shark: 9

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12:8 - Ninjas vs. The 300 Spartans

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Ninjas: 6
The 300 Spartans: 7

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12:8 - Thor vs. Anubis

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Thor: 7
Anubis: 2

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12:8 - Apocalypse vs. Ultron

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Apocalypse: 10
Ultron: 0

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12:8 - Doomsday vs. The Hulk

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Doomsday: 7
The Hulk: 5

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12:8 - Demona vs. Lord Dominator

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Demona: 7
Lord Dominator: 4

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As the title says. All of them in the IoM.

 

-Dr. Doom with only his armor.

-Nick Fury

-Dr. Fate, Kent Nelson

-Obregon Kaine is dropped into a Penal planet.

-Dr. Strange

-Kane with the completed Tacitus and a suitcase full of Tiberium

-JC Denton merged with Helios

-The Doctor (Number 11)

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As the title says. All of them in the IoM.

 

-Dr. Doom with only his armor.

-Nick Fury

-Dr. Fate, Kent Nelson

-Obregon Kaine is dropped into a Penal planet.

-Dr. Strange

-Kane with the completed Tacitus and a suitcase full of Tiberium

-JC Denton merged with Helios

-The Doctor (Number 11)

Dr. Doom

He eventually takes over whatever planet he landed on, turning it into a technological and magical stronghold. Decades pass, and eventually the IOM get's word of what's up and sends some troops in... Big battle later and the Inquisition is called in because of Dooms Heresy with Computers and Magic, both forbidden in the IOM. Eventually though, The planet is Exterminated thus ending DOOM... or does it???

 

 

Nick Fury

Joins the Imperial Guard and kicks ass for as long as he lives, he probably get's to a high rank too before either dying or running out of things to kick the crap out of.

 

 

Dr. Fate, Kent Nelson

Is an unsanctioned psyker, and is hunted down by the Inquisition. Who through their own powerful psykers eventually corners and kills the being.

 

 

Obregon Kaine

Probably ends up Drafted into the worlds PDF, where he excels and maybe becomes a leading member of the planets government.

 

 

Dr.Strange

Same as Fate

 

 

Kane

Same as DOOM

 

 

JC Denton

Not sure about him

 

 

The Doctor

He single handedly saves the IOM from all the threats of the galaxy, seals off Chaos for all eternity, makes piece between the less aggressive species, and unfortunately destroys the ones who choose to continue being aggressive. He reforms the IOM into a more peaceful organization, and has them join the Eldar, Tau, and whomever else are still around, forming a Galactic Super Empire. He resurrects the Emperor, and the two have evening tea every saturday as they talk about all their stories from their past adventures.

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Dr. Fate, Kent Nelson

Is an unsanctioned psyker, and is hunted down by the Inquisition. Who through their own powerful psykers eventually corners and kills the being.

 

This is the only one where we disagree on, the ones i know anything about anyways.

 

Dr. Fate is powerful and skilled enough to fight against Spectre for a period of time, he lost that battle but simply that shows that he is insanely capable.

 

He would easily be capable of dealing with any psyker who comes after him, unless they are on the level of the primarchs.

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This is the only one where we disagree on, the ones i know anything about anyways.

 

Dr. Fate is powerful and skilled enough to fight against Spectre for a period of time, he lost that battle but simply that shows that he is insanely capable.

 

He would easily be capable of dealing with any psyker who comes after him, unless they are on the level of the primarchs.

Same for Strange if its Sorcerer Supreme.

 

@ Both

 

How about a cabal of Alpha Class Inquisitors? Say about a Dozen working together.

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You vastly underestimate the both of them. Dr Strange, in particular, is a guy who can cork black holes, explode stars, and tell universe-scale reality alteration "No." There. . . really isn't anything the Imperium has short of *maybe* the Emperor Restored who would stand a chance against the guy.

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Golden Age Kent Nelson also chucked planets into stars if they pissed him off enough.

 

I am not sure if Fury or Kaine would exactly agree with the IoM. Kaine single handily toppled a government for far less then the IoM does on a daily basis.

 

JC is more for trying to bring a technological advancement to the IoM. Merged Helios Denton is pretty much nanite machine universal constructor, at least he appears so in Invisable War.

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What exactly are we trying to determine here? I don't see anything other then a list of people that are supposedly now in the 40k verse.

 

And whoop de do, Strange can plug a black hole. Big whoop, Nelson can bowl with planets. The Emperor can rip reality a light year wide sphincter on his death bed.

 

Though there's not much else that's going to be able to take them, I admit it. It'd probably take a group of alpha level psykers, like Skir said. But then there is a chance that they'll end up working together. It depends on how the view the Imperium of mankind itself. I'm pretty sure Strange would realize that the reason the Imperium is the way it is, is strictly because anything less will hand mankind to forces of the four chaos gods. Same could probably be said for Doctor Fate.

 

As for Nick Fury, I really don't think he's anything special by 40k standards. He's never really had any experience with the kind of hell that the Imperium of mankind faces on a daily basis. Even your regulars in the Imperial Guard are going be able to give him a run for his money.

 

As for Doom, I'm going to have to disagree with you Skir. Once he realizes just what type of hell hole he's in, he's going to be trying to get back to the Marvel U as soon as possible. I think he's going to realize that the longer he spends in the 40k verse, the more likely he's going to end up dead.. or worse.

 

As for the others, no clue. Except the Doctor. He ends up reviving the Emperor, Lion El'Johnson and Roboute Guilliman. Together they locate Jaghatai Khan, Leman Russ and Corax. With these big hitters woken up, they fix the Imperium, enlist the aid of the Tau, convince the Eldar to stop being dicks about things and storm the eye of terror. The legions of Chaos quickly get a piece of their own medicine as the Emperor and co cleanse the warp. From there, they turn their attention to the rest of the threats to mankind and eliminate the all in turn.

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What would Kane do? AFAIK his Brotherhood of Nod aims to set up Kane as their leader because they believe he's some sort of immortal prophet and believe Tiberium will allow for the next stage of human evolution. He'd have no political backing on whatever planet he lands on, not only that but no one would tolerate anything he'd have to say since he'd probably very openly try to proclaim himself as leader of mankind, something which would have anyone within earshot immediately label him as a heretic and would probably get him promptly killed.

 

The Brotherhood of Nod is also an anti-Western movement. In the Imperium there is no west. There's no one but the Imperium that humanity can turn to. Some crazed dude (who's a filthy xeno) claiming he can be a better leader than the Emperor would have as much political power as a speck of dust on a a hobo in modern day US.

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Doom Strange and Fate are fine. They have been up against worse.

 

You obviously don't know anything about the 40k Universe. While it's debatable weather or not they'd be able to prosper, they have *never* been up against anything as vile, monstrous and downright horrific as what populates the universe of Warhammer 40k.

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You obviously don't know anything about the 40k Universe. While it's debatable weather or not they'd be able to prosper, they have *never* been up against anything as vile, monstrous and downright horrific as what populates the universe of Warhammer 40k.

I'm pretty sure he's talking about power level. In which case Strange HAS gone up against worse.

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You obviously don't know anything about the 40k Universe. While it's debatable weather or not they'd be able to prosper, they have *never* been up against anything as vile, monstrous and downright horrific as what populates the universe of Warhammer 40k.

 

 

No I do its just Doom Strange and Fate have been up against worse an won. Doom is also second in line for Sorceror Supreme. His magic is near on par with Strange.

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No I do its just Doom Strange and Fate have been up against worse an won. Doom is also second in line for Sorceror Supreme. His magic is near on par with Strange.

 

Beyonder (PRE RECON) , cosmic cubes, Shuma Gorath, Infinity Guanltlet Mistress Death, Rot, Oblivion much worse then anything in the 40K reality. I love Warhammer and know fully how powerful some are and what dangers reside in 40K and none of them are on that scale.

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What would Kane do? AFAIK his Brotherhood of Nod aims to set up Kane as their leader because they believe he's some sort of immortal prophet and believe Tiberium will allow for the next stage of human evolution. He'd have no political backing on whatever planet he lands on, not only that but no one would tolerate anything he'd have to say since he'd probably very openly try to proclaim himself as leader of mankind, something which would have anyone within earshot immediately label him as a heretic and would probably get him promptly killed.

 

The Brotherhood of Nod is also an anti-Western movement. In the Imperium there is no west. There's no one but the Imperium that humanity can turn to. Some crazed dude (who's a filthy xeno) claiming he can be a better leader than the Emperor would have as much political power as a speck of dust on a a hobo in modern day US.

The IoM makes GDI look like saints. Kane doesn't even need to make up atrocities for propaganda value. NoD is only anti-western in the sense that GDI was composed of the most economically powerful countries circa 1995, by the time of C&C 3 there are no countries really.

 

What Kane does have is charisma, he has something for people to strive for, he is an expert at propaganda, swaying those to his side. Kane controlled NoD for hundreds of years at least. NoD can grow quietly, influencing politicians, developing new technology, shaping the mindset of the populace. Remember, everything every side knew and believed about the 3rd Tiberium War was what Kane wanted them to know and believe. In the end, Kane accomplished his goals. The Emperor is sitting on a golden crapper.

 

Plus, coming back from the seemingly dead gets you huge bonus points on the messiah scale.

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I think Kane's biggest problem is scale. If he wants to do big things, he needs to somehow get access to the Ecclesiarchy, because building his own alternate power structure would just plain take too long. Yes, he's immortal, but his efforts are for nought if a thousand years into his five thousand year plan to conquer the Imperium, his power base gets smashed by random Ork Warrgh.

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Knowing Kane, the Orcs would play right into his hand, and take out things he considers expendable and/or politically inconvient, while at the same time giving him some martyrs to prop up in the eyes of the people. They gave their lives for Nod.

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I'm pretty sure he's talking about power level. In which case Strange HAS gone up against worse.

 

Has Strange ever taken on beings powerful enough to mentally open trans dimensional, reality skewering storms the size of solar systems with a thought? How about beings with the physical strength to throw daemons as strong as Thor a distance of light years?

 

The gods of Chaos are easily on the same level as Dormammu, Zom and the other extradimensional beings that Strange has had to face. They are just as old, just as powerful and just as dangerous. And I highly doubt that Strange will be able to contend with them on a plane of reality with laws different from that as his own. Same with Doom and same with Dr Fate.

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Has Strange ever taken on beings powerful enough to mentally open trans dimensional, reality skewering storms the size of solar systems with a thought? How about beings with the physical strength to throw daemons as strong as Thor a distance of light years?

 

The gods of Chaos are easily on the same level as Dormammu, Zom and the other extradimensional beings that Strange has had to face. They are just as old, just as powerful and just as dangerous. And I highly doubt that Strange will be able to contend with them on a plane of reality with laws different from that as his own. Same with Doom and same with Dr Fate.

In the warp. Outside of the warp they are much much less powerful.

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In the warp. Outside of the warp they are much much less powerful.

 

Tell that to Khaine, who Slaneesh almost killed as a newborn god. The same newborn god that ripped a hole in reality five hundred light years wide with its birth cries alone.

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*cough* Feats to back. . . any of that up as being relevant? I'd *especially* like to know what evidence there is to peg a daemon as "Thor strong."

 

Also, note an important difference: the Chaos Gods are powerful, yes, but they can't simply remake the entire universe to their will if they are allowed to leave the Warp. The Warp, yes, they can rewrite more or less as they want, but not tangible reality unless they successfully break it down into its component parts first. Shuma-Gorath, Dormammu, and a couple other Strange villains? Are only prevent from rewriting the entire universe by the fact that they *aren't in it.* Hence why the big adventures involving them tend to consist of "prevent ____ from gaining access to our reality, otherwise we are *vulgarity*ed."

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Has Strange ever taken on beings powerful enough to mentally open trans dimensional, reality skewering storms the size of solar systems with a thought? How about beings with the physical strength to throw daemons as strong as Thor a distance of light years?

 

The gods of Chaos are easily on the same level as Dormammu, Zom and the other extradimensional beings that Strange has had to face. They are just as old, just as powerful and just as dangerous. And I highly doubt that Strange will be able to contend with them on a plane of reality with laws different from that as his own. Same with Doom and same with Dr Fate.

And Draigo made pretty much everything in the Warp his personal bitch. And Draigo? Other than his ability to be one of the worst canon sues I've ever seen, is nothing special.

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Has Strange ever taken on beings powerful enough to mentally open trans dimensional, reality skewering storms the size of solar systems with a thought? How about beings with the physical strength to throw daemons as strong as Thor a distance of light years?

 

The gods of Chaos are easily on the same level as Dormammu, Zom and the other extradimensional beings that Strange has had to face. They are just as old, just as powerful and just as dangerous. And I highly doubt that Strange will be able to contend with them on a plane of reality with laws different from that as his own. Same with Doom and same with Dr Fate.

The vishanti.

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