That was the corpse of Asura, he was not even alive, and they were driven to madness by the mere corpse.
Free the werewolf and the witch, were given the task to pump, black blood into the corpse to revive Kishin Asura.
Yes, I'm not exactly the most knowledgeable regarding Kishin Asura. How powerful is his insanity-aura/mind fuck, when he is fully revived? Well, either way, I do admit that Wrath Asura doesn't have any notable feats of shrugging off attacks on his mind.
I guess Kishin Asura wins in this scenario.
@MisterShin: I see, well that is something that should be taken into account.
There is the speed difference as well. Going from what I know, Wrath Asura is faster. He's at least fast enough to exit the earth's atmosphere and fly to the moon in a short period of time, so he's high up on there on the hypersonic scale at the very least.
The thing is, this not a straight up fight. The OP is not specific about how that is though. Does he mean that Wrath Asura is just trying to shrug off Kishin Asura's madness aura, and doing nothing else; that he's just standing there and not attacking Kishin Asura? If so, I'm not sure how Wrath Asura will fair. He doesn't have any notable feats of shrugging off mental manipulation.
EDIT: Still, that werewolf guy and witch lady were able to snap out of it in time. It doesn't seem too impressive.
@MisterShin: That would get Kishin Asura killed wouldn't it? If he killed Mithra or something, that would just make Asura go berserk and destroy the whole planet they're on.
But I guess that would count as driving Asura insane, and because this match specifies that Kishin Asura succeeding in that area equals victory; he wins. He would then also get torn to bits by Wrath Asura so it be quite the pyrrhic victory.
I want to say Jehuty. Does it have access to all its abilities throughout the games? You know, Zero Shift (teleportation) and its energy/beam cannons (Halberd, Vector Cannon)? It's powerful at its strongest, being able to take out large battleships (small armadas of them to boot) and giant Orbital Frames by itself. Naked Jehuty (it's strongest form) is on a completely different level and is able to do the same with little to no effort at all. You said the second version though, so I'm guessing it does have Zero Shift. It's still very powerful, even then. If it has access to all its other abilities up to that point I'm pretty sure it can win against the Strike Freedom and Wing Zero.
I don't know much about the 00 Gundam though. I know the Strike and Wing, but I haven't seen much of what 00 is capable of. Other than putting a large gash into ELS in the 00 Gundam movie. That's some impressive destructive power. Still, Jehuty is not to be underestimated and I believe it has the speed advantage (with Zero Shift and all that).
Plus, Jehuty man, oh sweet nostalgia. I played ZOE so many freaking times.
@t3h_bash: I'm not particularly familiar with the anime version but did Guts fight Wyald like he did in the manga before the eclipse? If not, then I can see where you're going with this but Guts still has the strength advantage. He just needs one strike and Musashi would crumple under the blow along with his katana. In the anime I also remember that Guts still fought Zodd early on and survived, if barley and by a stroke of luck.
@ReiKai: Yeah, I need to catch up on the OVA's. I heard they're good. I'm up to date on the manga though. I love that series. I wonder what will happen when Guts' party finds the Elven Sanctuary.
The battle with the Sea God was awesome. Anyway, I agree with t3h_bash. Guts wins in the first scenario but loses in the second. It will still be a good fight though.
@Sinister_Noob: Are you referring to Hayato's claim or Karate Kid's abilities?
I'm pretty sure Karate Kid can at least mimic extreme strength, and his reflexes are superhuman enough to hold his own against Superboy and Supergirl, at least for a while; he doesn't win encounters with them outright he usually finds a way to temporarily incapacitate them, as with the fancy muscle lock move he used to hold Superboy down. If you're using pre-crisis at least. I heard the post-crisis version is weaker though, and usually loses to Supergirl. He can still react to her speed and fight her, but she has the advantage.
Either that, or Karate Kid is secretly superhuman. Honestly, dodging lightning and tagging characters who have the speed force on their side; those are insane feats. He mimics meta-human attributes with his space age 'super-karate' in ways other martial artists can only dream of.
I'm also aware that he subdued Superboy with some kind of fancy sleeper hold. The same Superboy who can move planets with his strength alone, IIRC. Val (Karate Kid) is also strong enough to nullify an earthquake that was threatening to split Manhattan with a kick.
That could hardly be called peak human, or anything of that sort. That's blatantly superhuman. Still, we haven't seen what Hayato is fully capable of yet. After all, he has only used a small fraction of his power so far if that "0.001" percent claim of his is true.
He's also shown the capability to manhandle God/Divine Saints if I remember correctly (Seiya and friends with their cloths enhanced by Athena's blood). If this isn't his real body and he is just possessing someone then Hades won't stay dead. I'm amusing that since you are talking about the "first filler," and using that picture; this is Lost Canvas Hades?
I don't know but doesn't Orphen has some broken abilities? He can teleport, and has Pet the Lionsmane which appears to cut through dimensions. I would give Kazuma the edge in raw destructive power though, and he can fly and all that jazz.
I'm guessing Orphen can teleport next to him and take him out with one of his more powerful spells before Kazuma can unleash his power as a contractor. But, Kazuma has been shown to be able to shrug off grenades and some other pretty intense attacks with his wind. So, if Orphen doesn't use Pet the Lionsmane, or another spell strong enough to overwhelm Kazuma's defense he could be in trouble.
Wait, doesn't Orphen also have Scream of Death, which shatters the insides of a person rather than attacking them externally? If Orphen uses that he could take Kazuma out quickly. I think. Unless Kazuma's wind can block that somehow but I've only seen that work with physical attacks, and that spell is more of a curse if I remember correctly.
Guts the Struggler
Thorkell the Donkey Puncher
Rules & Regulations:
Guts and Thorkell are both blood-lusted.
Thorkell has his axes as well as a couple spears at his disposal, and Guts has Dragonslayer and all his other usual equipment (cross-bow, knives, cannon). However, Guts does not have the Berserk Armour. They are fighting on a grassy field and they are twenty feet away from the each other before the fight begins.
Guts and Thorkell have none of their usual weapons, and they fight with just their bare hands. They are fighting on a grassy field and they are six feet away from the each other before the fight begins. However, Guts still has his steel hand but it is not loaded so he can't use its built-in cannon or its cross-bow.
How do these two fights go?
You know, if this was comic-book Spiderman he could win. But, I'm not exactly savvy regarding Japanese Spiderman so I can't say. As I said before, this is KO or incapacitation. Comic Book Spiderman could beat him in terms of agility, and trap him with his webbing. He does that all the time to Wolverine, and even Meta-Humans of Luke Cage's strength level. However, this is not comic book Spiderman. This is Japanese Spiderman.
He looks awesome though, in a silly and narmy way. Remember, if worst comes to worst...he has a giant robot.
@CerberusPrime3k:Oh, come on. I'm pretty sure the Spiderman I just used counts. Besides, I know nothing about Marvel's Manga Spiderman. Does he have super-powers, or is he a ninja?