That's like saying Z can be blitzed before he can bring out his LHW, if you actually played the game you would know of moments where he went into his chromatus to do something right as an attack was already being performed and he had to block it. An example would be when Chronos attacked Elle in their first encounter with him.
Are you really bringing up game mechanics and a Chronos screwing around as proof?
Scenario 1:You can't blindly say LHW negates when Origin's power is likely to surpass Z's own. Origin is massively multiversal and responsible for the creation of all things in Xillia, including the autonomous infinitely growing number of fractured dimensions. Z is only technically multiversal according to Dream, and that's a stretch. Z can't negate thing that are stronger than him with LHW.
It's a good thing Ludger isn't massively multiversal then
Scenario 2:Durability is ignored so this doesn't matter.
You mean Ludger's because he's got shit for defense
Scenario 3:You obviously haven't played the game if you think destroying the universe Ludger is in matters to him.
I have no idea why you are trying to so hard for a battle this guy obviously loses. You had to bring in actual gameplay mechanics? Really?Same gmaeplay mechanics where Ludger can get killed by a giant chicken or whatever else fodder enemies are thrown at you. Come on, dude, Ludger loses this.