Really bad choice for a matchup. Hades slaughters Goku with hardly any effort.
If I recall right, many characters in Saint Seiya are at least galaxy-busting level, massively FTL, have attacks capable of atomic destruction or other notorious hax and have auto-resurrection abilities. Despite all the hype surrounding him, Bills isn't gonna be capable of withstanding, much less taking out, many notable Saint Seiya characters.
This baby's locked.
Scores aren't much different from yesterday's update. Unless any more come in to shake up voting by tomorrow, I'll have to consider ending the current set of matches presently open.
Congrats Acura. What are we covering, the wiki or the forums?
Forgot to count up scores. Ayumu's harem leads the first match 5-3 and Araragi runs unopposed with 6 votes.
Regardless if she's planetary or universal, Lain's technically an abstract being being Goddess of the Wired and all which would make her very difficult to kill and she has reality warping at her disposal that should at least be potent enough in hax to override Misogi's All Fiction ability.
@takashichea: I kept the last set short this time around because there was a large gap in votes for both matches where it didn't look like keeping it open longer would make any difference.
Guess the matches are decided. Minato and Suguru's harems will be the first to advance to the Quarter-Finals and face off in the next round. Here are the next set of matches:
Because of his poor grades, this high school student found himself unable to attend any high schools until his parents enrolled him into Yokai Academy, a boarding school for various monsters. At the school, our male lead befriends a number of formerly hostile students who are paranormal creatures themselves and all gain romantic interest in him due to his kind actions. This is the harem of Rosario + Vampire's Tsukune Aono.
And their opponents...
This young man was killed by a serial killer until he was brought back to life as a zombie by a necromancer named Eucliwood Hellscythe. As he tries seeking answers regarding his death, our lead encounters several girls of supernatural origins who become drawn to him, one of whom he accidentally steals her powers from and becomes capable of transforming into a cross-dressed magical boy. This is the harem of Is This a Zombie's Ayumu Aikawa.
Notable for having perhaps one of the largest harems in this tournament, this 10-year old magician is given the task of being an English teacher at Japan's Mahora Academy in order to accomplish his goal of becoming a Magister Magi, a wizard who uses his powers to help others. He is tasked with teaching a middle school class full of 34 female students who have their varying eccentricities and issues. While trying to help out the various members of his class, our lead also faces magical threats inside and outside of Mahora Academy, receiving aid from his students whom gain varying magical abilities from our lead by forming a contract with him via kissing. This is the harem of Negima's Negi Springfield.
Negi's Harem: Asuna Kagurazaka, Evangeline A.K. McDowell, Nodoka Miyazaki, Chachamaru Karakuri, Sayo Aisaka, Yuna Akashi, Kazumi Asakura, Yue Ayase, Ako Izumi, Akira Okochi, Misa Kakizaki, Misora Kasuga, Madoka Kugimiya, Ku Fei, Konoka Konoe, Haruna Saotome, Setsuna Sakurazaki, Makie Sasaki, Sakurako Shiina, Mana Tatsumiya, Chao Lingshen, Kaede Nagase, Chizuru Naba, Fuka and Fumika Narutaki, Satomi Hakase, Chisame Hasegawa, Natsumi Murakami, Ayaka Yukihiro, Satsuki Yotsuba, Zazie Rainyday
And their opponents...
This high school student was a former vampire before he received help from a supernatural expert named Meme Oshino to restore his humanity. Still retaining some of his vampire power, our lead helps several girls with varying problems they suffer from that involve the supernatural. The girls he help all develop varying degrees of romantic interest in our male lead, which he isn't afraid to exploit as he often molests the girls among his harem and has perverted thoughts about them. Yet at the same time, some of the girls aren't afraid to give back whatever molestation they receive in return. This is the harem of the Monogatari franchise's Koyomi Araragi.
Voting will go on until either Thursday or Friday. Have fun!
Without prep, it all comes down to who has better physical feats. Batman is a peak human while Videl is at some level of superhuman attributes that surpass her father, Mr. Satan.
Round 1: Videl. Without his gadgets, Batman doesn't have the physical capabilities to be capable of putting Mr. Satan's daughter down.
Round 2: Leaning 70/30 in Batman's favor. Even with flight, Videl's still a melee fighter dependent on close-quarters combat to engage her foe and her teenage self wasn't experienced with learning how to utilize flight for combative scenarios at this point. Now with gadgets on hand, Batman has a diverse number of options at his disposal to be capable of at least incapacitating Videl, as many of his gadgets are still quite effective at handling superhuman-level threats.
Round 3: Batman. With darkness on hand, it plays up on Batman's biggest strengths of stealth and surprise and the night-vision goggles in his cowl give him a huge advantage here against Videl to anticipate the girl's actions while she is practically fighting blind.
Agreed. DBZ is in a bit of an odd spot power-wise. It can plow through a decent chunk of anime-verses stat-wise, but are lacking in terms of overall diversity of abilities to be capable of competing with other anime titles in areas beyond fighting power and attributes.
The team's overall range of abilities and combined might would be a bit much for 23rd Budokai level Goku to handle here.
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You need to give some more specifics to the fight so folks will know what to factor in for this match such as what saga are you basing Krillin's stats off of, distance apart, if characters have any knowledge or not on their abilities and the battle location (as there were different arena settings for the Budokai between DB and DBZ). If you don't give any more details for your fight in the next 24 hours, then I'll have to lock your thread.
@IndridCold: Then I wouldn't bother banning Sun Wukong. Enlightenment is more a case of someone learning to develop an understanding or greater knowledge about a situation or ordeal that can vary person to person than obtaining divine/ godlike status of any sort.
For Sun Wukong, I mean Journey to the West, but only at the end of the epic when he attains godhood.
Don't you mean enlightenment? Enlightenment's quite different from Western myths and lore where certain figures like Jesus and Hercules attain divine status.
Also, abstracts that represent death seem to be very cheap.
I imagine this is the case with characters like Death (Marvel Comics) or Hellmaster Phibrizzo (Slayers)? High-level reality warpers or others with greater authority or hax than the mentioned characters are likely to counteract such abilities.
Also, this is not a ban suggestion, but how can one incorporate Yugioh or other TCG monsters/creatures in battles?
In that case, folks are incorporating anime, manga and video game sources in the demonstration of feats for monsters within titles like Pokemon and Yu-gi-oh.
@GeneralVan: His ability seems more like an amped-up version of Imagine Breaker from ToAru in that he can negate and destroy any abilities harnessed by his foes, meaning the Candy Beam's not stopping him.
I might as well lock this up to avoid any more insanity.
What I've banned:
Deliberating (need more info on)