@othus12: That's a feat of Mihawk's swordsmanship and not of his sword's durability.
Wouldn't Grievous' lightsabers be able to cut through Zoro's swords? Even if they're named blades, they're still regular steel.
You say that like old men in One Piece aren't powerful. Garp, Sengoku, Whitebeard, the vice-admiral woman whose DF lets her fold people like laundry. There's even an old man who can summon meteors.
As for powers, if she had Armament Haki, I think Robin and her flower-flower fruit would be one of the deadliest people in One Piece. Her standard fight tactic is summon arms and break peoples necks and spines. I think the limit was she had to have line of sight, but she can sprout eyes also. In theory, she could hit someone anywhere in the world without moving.
What's your opinion on character songs? Should that aspect of anime culture stay in Japan, or could it work here? I don't know any Japanese, but I like it when a voice actor sings a song that's written for one of their characters as the character. Would there be any character song that you guys would want to hear an English counterpart to?
With E3 happening and more announcements of P4G, I've been taking a nostalgia trip.
I want to make a battle with the Investigation Team, but can't think of a good opponent for a group battle.
The team all have their true personas and Charlie has access to the complete compendium and Izanagi-no-Okami. All personas are max level and the team has the best gear.
Who would make a good opponent?
Asura from the recent game Asura's Wrath, the physical manifestation of anger
against Kishin Asura, the physical manifestation of madness.
This is NOT a straight-up fist fight because the Kishin would be decimated. However, to the best of my knowledge, Kishin just wants to spread chaos, so I think that if he can cause Asura to go insane, he'd consider it a victory.
Both are in character.
Would Asura's rage be able to overcome Kishin's madness, or would he go insane?
Could one reason why you aren't particularly fond of chibi/super-deformity in anime come from your background in American comics, because I can't think of a single instance of any person in comics being deformed? I see chibi as a way to show comedic emotion, like Ed's reaction to being called short. If you could, what would you replace chibi with to try to convey the same meaning, or would you just get rid of it altogether?
This isn't exactly a battle, but it seemed to be the best place to put it.
Basically, what would happen if Alucard (Hellsing) wound up in the world of Soul Eater? More specifically, how would he react to the Kishin's maddness?