The Demon of the Mist and Ice User
Terrorist of Art
Both have no knowledge
Haku nor Zabuza are holding back
They start off from a few meters from each other.
Who wins? You decide?
@5th: Ah ok, but still Deidara has taken a lot worse than that. And I'm still not seeing how Zabuza and Haku avoid all of the bomb spam. And I imagine he is more skilled than either. He gave Gaara and Sasuke a tough fight which is something neither of them could do.
@5th: Still, he hasn't shown anything that would compromise Deidara a great deal. And blowing away the mist with explosions won't take much. Between his nasty substitutions, spiders and birds that get everywhere, and ability to rage quit the fight without dying, I don't see Zabuza and Haku winning here.
@UltimateHero0406: That isn't the case here, Haku could create a crystal ice dome to block Deidara's explosions (btw his Ice dome tanked a lot of explosions made by the Shinobi Alliance) and explosions aren't going to blow the mist away with Zabuza controlling it (One of the Seven Swordsman had a sword that detonated, and yet still Zabuza's mist remained intact until he was incapacitated.) Deidara has no chances of detecting either of the ladders in the mist since they're both experts in silent killing, plus Haku's ridiculous speed to travel between mirrors in an eye blink.
@othus12: ...You're not listening... Neither will Haku nor Zabuza give Deidara the opportunity to use that technique, and Deidara has to be in graved danger before he feels he should use such a technique.
Btw, Haku is a lot faster than Deidara, his travelling speed between the mirrors is ridiculous considering he could attack from all directions and angles in an instant within the mirrors... The whole reason Sasuke and Naruto managed to survive was because of Haku prolonging the battle because he had pitied the two, neither Sasuke nor Naruto would've never survived if it weren't for Haku's emotions.
Sai blitzed Deidara on his bird with his own Ink Bird that knocked both Sasori and Deidara from flight... Haku instantly appeared from above Sai and sent him crashing with his team to the ground.
@5th: Those explosions weren't quite of the same level as Deidara being serious. And I doubt Deidara would get caught in the dome in the first place. Remember one of his specialties is evasion and he's pretty damn proficient in it. And a large scale explosion will still flush out Zabuza, mist or not. And Zubuza and Haku don't have kamui or a giant sand barrier on their side to block a higher level explosion. Plus, he fought 2 chunin and 2 jonin without his arms. Just throwing that in.
@UltimateHero0406: You're forgetting Haku speed is on a whole different level, Deidara's evading is due to gaining distance from his opponent.
You're talking about a guy who traveled 50 or 100 feet above and knocked down an airborne opponent who had attacks faster than Deidara's clay birds altogether,
and explosions or not, he isn't stopping Zabuza from overwhelming him with suiton spams and clones let alone stopping a guy who has instant speed inside mirrors made of ice.
Deidara's flight is useless in this situation and so is his clay if he can't see where his opponents are, and once he loses sight of either of the two, it's far from over as Haku will swing by and strike him with a blow.
@5th: I never said anything about flight. He only uses that for aerial combat and escape. And you are forgetting about his substitutions. if either of them attack Deidara, all they will get is an explosion in their face. Deidara will probably have already taken cover and swapped out before mist justu or ice mirrors come out. And also remember that his bombs can be motion sensitive. He doesn't have to know where his opponents are at all. If they sense movement, they will blow. He could create an entire mine field of bomb spiders or birds and Zabuza and Haku will have to risk traversing them for what will probably be a clay clone. And like I said, he can just decide to blast the entire area by turning himself into a bomb even of he does feel overwhelmed. But not the suicide one.
It’s way too long, haphazardly plotted and teases on being more than a joke machine without really following-through, but I laughed more at Anchorman 2 than almost any other comedy this year.