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Venom 2009

Rumble 15484 The Death Star vs. The Death Star II vs. Starkiller Base

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Who will win?

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The Death Star
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The Death Star II
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The original Death Star stands the worst chance here, as it can only fire one shot every some odd number of hours.

The Death Star II is more powerful and can fire more often, but still takes some time, minutes at least to recharge.

Star Killer Base is the most powerful, and is capable of obliterating multiple planets, seemingly faster than either Death Star, but I'm not sure how accurate it is or how long it would take to regenerate energy after it fires, should it need it.

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Starkiller Base without question. It can wipe out entire systems and in the novelization of Force Awakens, the beam is actually portrayed as a ball of destructive energy that travels within hyperspace and exits hyperspace at it's destination.

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