Fact is i don't believe that anything Ed does or can do can't be countered with a jump in the air followed by a wire to the head, which is where we probably go apart. But really as long as you agree that Hei wins i don't have any reason to debate, i think that we differ on the scenarios or difficulty possible isn't all that important.
Ok..... So do you acknowledge the fact that Hei is indeed a bullet timer? Now why do you need to reach the speed of sound to be a bullet dodger? Which I'll talk a little about this in just a moment.
I'm using the sound of speed as a standard here. We can't use the term "bullet timer" without some kind of standard for the speed of the bullet.
Whats hasn't been done? Bullet timing? Thats my misconception. Ok heres proof, which I won't only show you bullet timing I'll show you fighting skills. Hei's fast enough to react to a gernade exposion. Also look out for the guy who has the ubersensing power.
I don't see any bullet-timing. He didn't react to the explosion either, he just got out of the way before it exploded. The part where the guy was firing bullets at Hei was where Hei was moving around to try to disorient his line of firing. Make it harder for the bullet to actually hit. His knife was shot out of his hand because the guy was able to see his movements regardless.
Very much what a bullet timer? Or someone who can move at sonic speed? Please provide proof.
Well I was thinking in terms of being able to move at sonic speed, but he was able to put up a wall as Father Cornello was shooting at him. This was in the first few episodes of the Brotherhood anime.
How is it not better? Scar isn't a trained assassin he's a man who has great powers and learned to fight by trying to survive.
He has not shown any martial art combat skills at Hei's level.
He hasn't shown any martial art skills? He's a warrior monk who's been training for years. He combines his destruction alchemy with barehanded combat as his signature fighting style. Not to mention much higher physical strength. If Hei were to fight him, without his powers or his wire-knife (just hand to hand skill) and Scar doesn't get to use alchemy, he'd get wrecked.
Do you not know Breadley is always in battle forums being compared with Hei.
Didn't have the slightest idea. I wonder why since Hei will only get a sword through his neck.
Anyways, Wrath is way faster than Scar. Did you forget that Scar was taking on a serverly injured Wrath?
Bradley was going all-out in that fight. So he got stabbed in the chest and got shot in the shoulder. You think that's going to stop a seasoned and highly experienced soldier who likely took more severe injuries than that? Just because he got injured doesn't mean his speed goes way down, especially if he was bloodlusted in his fight against Scar, whereas he was blitzing everyone and cutting apart bullets and tank shells in a casual manner.
Oh yeah, let not forget he wasn't using his ultimate eye, and the way he killed Wrath wasn't based off skill.
This has nothing to do with Bradley's speed or reflexes. Wrath lost because he pushed his body too far from going all-out and his declining stamina.
So using that he could trade blow with King Bradley is a moot point when he wasn't at his best.
Except Bradley who isn't at his best was still able to blitz Roy and Greedling. If his speed is retained, then his physical strength when he was trying to kill Scar also shouldn't be any different. Btw, those weren't the scans that I was talking about when I said that he traded blows with him. I was earlier.
Because he has done that very thing before. The fact he is capable of throwing spears Hei will move to close combat as thats the smart thing to do when fighting someone with better range.
But Ed doesn't throw spears. And you don't try to close the distance against someone with not only higher reach than you but is also faster.
Where's your proof that he's faster than Hei? Is it that he took on Scar, who took on Wrath.
Yep. Also the fact that Scar was bullet-timing.
Funny thing is he got beat by Scar.
1. yeah, in the first fight. In the second fight, it was Scar who had to flee.
2. Doesn't matter. This has nothing to do with the fact that Ed kept up with Scar.
Scar couldn't even handle a highly weakened Bradely.
But he did. If he couldn't handle Bradley, he would have died with a sword through him within seconds. Bradley's body wouldn't have given up.
One quick little thing. If head is faster please show me a scan of Scar bullet timing or Ed bullet timing. Keeping up with thi Wrath isn't enough.
It isn't enough? Have you seen Wrath's supersonic feats? How about the part where Scar was dancing around Hawkeye's pistols in his first fight with Ed.
He uses his environment to his advantage. He doesn't rely on it.
Sure, if he's fighting with fodders. Hei usually does move around a lot against any opponent who's a threat to him, which Ed is.
As Ed relies on his knowledge, which he doesn't win a battle with out using it. In which most of the really powerful characters he fights he some how lives only due to the fact that they aren't aloud to kill him or he gets help from a friend. There isn't anything Ed can do that Hei hasn't already seen.
He doesn't need knowledge if he's bloodlusted. What will Hei do if Ed launches off dozens of pillars from the ground, all attacking him from different angles?
it doesn't even look like you're getting my point here. Hei will win, but only if he uses his wire-knife and his wits to outsmart and outmanuever Ed. if he doesn't, he's getting pummeled.
you forget Hei's true power you idiot
Which is funny because I just addressed that in my first few posts. Maybe you should actually read what I write, next time.