“ A king must live more vivid than any other and be a figure for all to admire! The king is the one who collects the envy of all his heroes and stands as their guide! Therefore, the king is not alone! ”
@FalconC2: Here's a video of episode 13 of Dual Parallel:
While battling the mecha Himiko, the limiter on Zinv is released allowing it to manifest LHW and easily defeat the mecha. Afterward, it is used to prevent the destruction of both parallel worlds within the series by fusing them into a third universe, which was assumed to be Zinv sacrificing itself. However...
The mecha restored itself in the new universe created, as seen in the final minutes of this final episode to the series (sorry for the Spanish dub, but this was the only copy of the scene I could find via Youtube.) It's implied that Zinv's pilot, Kazuki, would use the mecha to explore the universe, hinting to it having FTL speed.
Okay, that in that first video the fusing of the parallel worlds seems legitimate. I have no idea what they're saying in the second video though. I flunked spanish (in my defense, it was because my Spanish teacher was kind of hot and I only paid attention to her rump and tits). I already know Z has his own FTL feats but I don't know if he's actually done stuff like that with his Light Hawk Wings besides destroying the moon. If he can do what Zinv's done then sure, he probably has that power/durability; unless Zinv's LHW's were special or something.
At any rate, I think Bern and Lambda destroy and create universes much more casually than that. Plus, they can spam that stuff and do crazy things like turn cookies into a small universe. Bernkastel herself also has her "cats" for back-up that each throw around that sort of firepower. Not mention that Bern and Lamba are also tough enough to tank all of that in their fight and cross the distance between those universes they create easily.
So, I'm still thinking it's in Bernkastel's favor.
@FalconC2: A "world" from a philosophical standpoint would also mean a universe and a number of sci-fi/ fantasy based fictions are known to refer to other dimensions or universes as "parallel worlds". The universal-level durability claim with 2 LHW appears to come from when the mecha Zinv from Dual Parallel Trouble Adventure capable of surviving the destruction of a parallel universe when he had two LHW and fused two of them together to create a third universe.
If that's the case then okay then. Though, I would kind of like to see that scene with Zinv. I haven't personally watched it.
Berny wins, and to be honest I am kind of skeptical of Z or Tenchi being able to tank a universe-buster when A) all they have to support that is a claim from Tokomi and B) she says world which is vague (and would really imply planet-busting all things considered).
Also, just going to post that even Bern's "cats" can throw around big bangs and big crunches by the handful so the Light Hawk Wings are going to eventually break anyway even if they are that tough.
Specifically, at 4:35: "The many spectacular spells displayed the beginning of a universe, the creation of planets, then their destruction and the universe's end, all in an instant."
@CerusSerenade: he tanked fragor, a mountain range level attack which is >>>> excalibur.
H2 ihcigo (a far weaker version) crushed lanza del relampago without a scratch, and that was a city buster atleast on par with excalibur.
Have either of those attacks done this?
Taken from Fate/Zero Volume 3
“Ex – calibur!!!”
The prana, accelerated by the factor of the released dragon, became a streak of light, a swirling and surging torrent that devoured the sea demon together with the dark night.
A silent scream rose within the river water evaporating in an instant, as every single atom composing the body of the giant sea demon that had been the embodiment of terror were exposed to the scorching impact.
But in the center of the sea demon being completely burnt to cinders, within a fortress of bulky defiled flesh, Caster simply wordlessly watched over this moment of white blinding annihilation which had stolen his heart.
“Just what, have I…”
Before this murmur, directed at no one, left his mouth, all matter was brought into another world, annihilated by the white light.
True, the "Soaring Spear that Strikes with Death" has more firepower and it's counterpart"Barbed Spear that Pierces with Death" is the one that can't be blocked. As we clearly see Archer pull Rho Aias out after it was launched, meaning it's not instant like the"Barbed Spear that Pierces with Death." Otherwise, Archer would have been hit immediately.
Obito still has to be fast enough to use Izanagi before Gae Bulg hits him. Otherwise, he's dead.
Not to mention that the use use of Izanagi destroys his eyes the last time I checked so he will only be able to defend against it once or twice before getting hit by it again. Or, just getting sword spammed.
Hrunting is not an Island buster. It is however a projectile phantasm used by Archer/EMIYA, capable of moving at 4000 m/s or around Mach 11, homing in on targets, and straining Rho Aias used by Shirou. Its firepower should still be impressive as Rho Aias can block a portion of Excalibur's blast in Heaven's Feel. A portion of a mountain busting blast that can destroy things like Gille's Cthulhu rip-off down to its very atoms. Hrunting also would have eventually broken Rho Aias if Saber didn't stop Archer when she did.
He can definitely beat Obito, Gae Bulg is impossible to dodge under normal conditions (causality manipulation) and it kills things deader than dead. Also, EA destroys space so conventional methods of blocking or avoiding it are out. Unless you have a convenient plot device to save you. Ichigo also gets sword spammed as he's lacking good resistance to h4x and Gilgamesh goes all women and childrens on Prime Whitebeard because we don't even know how powerful Prime Whitebeard is.
We never see it do that, so it's not something we can actually quantify.
However, we do see it hold down Hercules but that was because Enkidu is super effective against the divine. Against anything that's not divine, not so much. Gilgamesh still annihilates the majority of the cast though. He could also try carpet bombing them with phantasms from the sky with Vimana.