@taichokage: Okay, thanks. But was the hand to hand instance before or after Tetsuo got his telekinetic powers. His page says that he has super strength.
Surprised this hasn't been done before.
Round 1: base Accelerator vs movie Tetsuo
Round 2: black wing Accelerator vs manga Tetsuo (book 2)
Round 3: Angel Accelerator vs manga Tetsuo (end of series)
Bonus round: Fiamma of the Right vs manga Tetsuo (end of series)
@supernova7005: Okay, I will probably do that tomorrow. I'm going to edit the OP and add a different character to the Square Enix team to make it more fair. I hadn't realized Claire Stanfield isn't a Square Enix manga character.
Team Square Enix: Edward Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist), Shizuo Heiwajima (Durarara!!), Son Goku (Saiyuki), Hei (Darker than Black), Sebastian Michaelis (Black Butler), Black Star (Soul Eater), Accelerator (A Certain Magical Index)
Weekly Shonen Magazine team: Natsu Dragneel (Fairy Tail), Joe Shimimura (Cyborg 009), Ban Mido (GetBackers), Demon Eyes Kyo (Samurai Deeper Kyo), Haru Glory (Rave Master), Syaoran (Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle), Negi Springfield (Negima)
Rules: Everyone is in character and at full strength (for example this is Angel Accelerator) The fight is in a open grassy field. Whichever team wins this will advance to fight a Weekly Shonen Sunday team that I will assemble Which team wins?
The prodigious alchemist faces off against Raimundo from Xiaolin Showdown. Raimundo has just finished his Wudai Warrior training and can enter Wudai Orion mode anytime we wants. He won't get any Shen Gong Wu in this battle. I think that makes it fair. Ed has his northern automail. The fight is in an empty Tokyo street and the starting distance is 200 feet. Both are in character and fighting for a knockout or kill. Who wins?
@xlab3000: @sickVisionz: Yeah, those are all valid points, and I also agree that Hiruzen's feat of defeating Orochimaru and the Edo Hokages was very impressive. But the only qualms I had with the fight Edo Hokages in Part 1 was that they didn't seem as crazily powerful as they've been shown to be in Part 2. Maybe it had something to do with Orochimaru's control over them, but I'm not really sure. Then again, why would Orochimaru make it so that Hashirama and Tobirama didn't use their strongest techniques against Hiruzen? I mean, Hashirama definitely could've used Sage Mode and Tobirama could've used his FTG. What do you guys think?
I have to say as a Hiruzen fan I am disappointed with what I've seen since he was revived by Orochimaru using Edo Tensei. I figured he might be a little more impressive and show off some jutsu that his poor stamina in Part 1 didn't allow him to use. Kishimoto made it seem as if Hiruzen was so impressive, having characters say he was once called the "God of Shinobi (a title now claimed by Hashirama instead)" and "the strongest kage of his time." Does anyone else feel the same way about this as I do? Feel free to share your responses below.
So I'm guessing this is Bijuu Mode Naruto, Timeskip Luffy and Dangai Ichigo. Yoh probably wins against each of them individually, but he might have some trouble fighting all of them at once. However, Inverse Gravity should eliminate some of the danger provided by the team's projectile attacks such as Bijuu Dama and Getsuga Tenshou. I think this will be a good fight.
I've recently started to read Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle and I was wondering how Syaroan stacked up against some other characters. Both are bloodlusted. Win is by KO or kill. Random encounter in Tokyo, Japan. Who will win this?