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    Re: The true Battleground

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronové View Post
    Um, are you aware that this match-up is for Master Asia without his Mobile Suit?
    Ya, if Master Asia had the Master Gundam, this would be over as the first post was being written. LOL How bad would it be if he also had Fuun Saiki with him?...LOL


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    Re: The true Battleground


    Literally slicing suits in half with a piece of cloth.

    Kicking a god damn skyscraper into like kilometer into the air.

    All while being sick and dying from the a disease. And without the master Gundam.

    Mika is so kill.




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    Re: The true Battleground

    Like I said before, I honestly don’t see how anyone could seriously even think of this as anything but a squash match in Master Asia’s favor. He’s just that badass. Gundammonkey and Dom Tropen’s posts just drive that point in even further.

    For the record, match tally currently sits at 2 for Mika/Barbatos to 4 for Master Asia. Voting/battle lasts until Sunday morning (EST), at which point anyone can do a final tally and start the next match.

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    Master Asia wins 4-2.

    Next match is open for whoever wants it.
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    Re: The true Battleground

    Alright I'll take it since I've haven't done one of these in ages

    Barbatos Lupus Rex piloted by Mikazuki Augus (end of S2 skill level) equipped with its tail blade, forearm guns and ultra large mace.

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    Exia R2 Seven Sword piloted end of season 2 Setsuna.

    Fight is occurring on Mars near Tekadons facility, Exia's trans am and Barbatos berserk modes are in effect. Keep in mind beam weapons have no effect on Barbatos because of the nano laminate armor so it will be a physical weapon melee battle. Who will survive?

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    Re: The true Battleground

    Only the Exia R4 can be considered a Seven Sword suit. The R2 only had the GN Sword Kai and 2 beam sabers with adjustable beam size and the R3 had that and a GN Long Rifle.

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    Re: The true Battleground

    Quote Originally Posted by Exia View Post
    Only the Exia R4 can be considered a Seven Sword suit. The R2 only had the GN Sword Kai and 2 beam sabers with adjustable beam size and the R3 had that and a GN Long Rifle.
    7 sword was part of the original Exia, in the manga they gave the repaired OO the 7 sword package also. There's really no reason to say R2 couldn't have gotten if it survived its fight with O Gundam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyco Diver View Post
    7 sword was part of the original Exia, in the manga they gave the repaired OO the 7 sword package also. There's really no reason to say R2 couldn't have gotten if it survived its fight with O Gundam
    The thing is they never did that. With Setsuna's advancement into becoming an Innovator he didn't need the extra options nor were the funds available. Just the GN Blade Kai was enough for him as the beam sabers could still be used as throwing weapons. The R3 was upgraded from the R2 with more thruster mounts and the addition of the GN long rifle so CB could still conduct raids without being detected as well as taking advantage of Setsuna's newfound abilities.

    The 007S was rarely used as well, since if given the choice between outfitting the 00 with the Seven Swords package or the 0 Raiser, Setsuna would pick the 0 Raiser.

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    Re: The true Battleground

    We're also talking about a hypothetical battle about 2 made up mechs that work more on magic than actual physics

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    Re: The true Battleground

    Quote Originally Posted by Psyco Diver View Post
    We're also talking about a hypothetical battle about 2 made up mechs that work more on magic than actual physics
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    Re: The true Battleground

    :facepalm:

    I'm giving this one to the Exia.
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    Re: The true Battleground

    In celebration of Tomino's legendary Ideon finally getting legally released in the US on BD this month, I thought we could have some fun with this little scenario:


    In the red corner we have Team Ideon, consisting of the Ideon (Cosmo and his usual crew), the Solo ship (usual crew), and (borrowed from Gundam) some regular GMs (generic pilots).


    In the blue corner, we have Team Turn A, consisting of the Turn A Gundam (Loran), the Willgem (usual crew), SUMO (Harry), Kapool (Sochie), and some Borjarnens (generic pilots).

    Both teams are theoretically capable of unleashing their full power, as depicted in their respective anime tv series & movies.


    Battlefield is space, Earth sphere.



    Which do you think will win? Team Ideon's ability to literally kill 'em all on a universal scale or Team Turn A's ability to Moonlight Butterfly all technology back to the stone age?

    Put another way, will the Ideon be able to kill Loran and every other living thing in an instant or will the Turn A be able to use the Moonlight Butterfly turn the Ideon into scrap before that happens?

    Hopefully this will prove to be a fun and interesting battle for everyone. I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone thinks the outcome will be for this match!
    Last edited by Zeta-G; February 25, 2019 at 3:01 AM. Reason: Corrected an accidental omission for Team Turn A.
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    Re: The true Battleground

    I unfortunately have no experience with Ideon. But going from what I know of Turn-A, Loran was seemingly against using the power of the Turn-A. He never wanted to utilize the Moonlight Butterfly in combat as he saw the amount of destruction that it caused. Knowing that, if this Ideon team, is more than willing to push the big red button without hesitation, then I'd give the win to them. Because Loran wouldn't have the mental ability to do so.

    On the other hand, if we were dealing with the Turn-X, and Gym, I'd give the win to him. Simply because I like his character, and the Turn-X. Gym isn't afraid to wipe out an entire civilization. But that's not the case. So I'd pick Ideon.
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    Re: The true Battleground

    The Ideon has a will of its own. It basically responds to any perceived threat/negative strong emotions of its crew with ever escalating levels of lethal force/power. Knowing this, I specifically picked Loran because his hesitation to push the big red button and unleash the full destructive power of the Moonlight Butterfly would be severely tested as the Ideon's power/lethal destruction grew in response to the battle going on around him (hence the inclusion of the support ships and MSs for each team). Loran isn't a weak opponent, so the Ideon would consistently be put in a position that would constantly force the Ide to escalate the Ideon's destructive power in response to the threat posed to it by the Turn A team (especially as its useless redshirt GM allies fall to Team Turn A). In other words, since the Ideon's power takes a bit of time to build up before it can be fully unleashed, I'm using Loran's fundamentally caring/hesitant/pacifistic nature to effectively neutralize the difference in time it takes for each all powerful mecha to unleash its god power.

    Basically the question is will the Ideon's propensity for ever escalating levels of destruction/violence ever reach a point that forces Loran to go against his pacifistic nature and unleash the full power of the Moonlight Butterfly to stop the Ideon before it's too late and the Ideon literally kills everything, or will Loran's fundamental good nature/humanity/hesitation to commit mass destruction/extreme violence be what gives the Ideon the time it needs to build up to full power and kill every living thing instantaneously (this of course presumes Ideon isn't able to kill Loran before going full power and that Loran isn't able to completely disable the Ideon via other means before it can go full power).

    I hope that helps with understanding the thought process behind this battle.
    Last edited by Zeta-G; February 25, 2019 at 4:42 PM. Reason: Improved clarity
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    Re: The true Battleground

    I was hoping for more participation, but unfortunately it appears that there's either not much interest in this battle and/or (perhaps more likely) forum members here simply haven't seen Ideon and thus aren't familiar enough with the material to form an opinion.

    Since it's been a week without any additional votes, I'm calling this battle 1-0, in favor of Ideon.






    SPOILER
    This battle was secretly a trick question anyway. Anyone who's seen the final Ideon movie, Be Invoked, knows that the supernatural power of the Ide within the Ideon would be invoked, judge the human race unworthy, and kill all of the remaining participants regardless of the outcome of the mech battle, including if the Ideon itself were to be outright defeated/destroyed by the Turn A. Violence/brute force of any kind can't stop the Ide from being invoked, only accelerate it. The only way Team Turn A could possibly "win" the battle and survive would be to NOT FIGHT Team Ideon in battle, and instead find a way to negotiate a true peace with Team Ideon through non-violent means.
    END SPOILER
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    Re: The true Battleground

    If it's alright with everyone, I'd like to handle the next one. The theme for mine will be this: Macross vs. Gundam.
    "You see, there's no need to wonder where your god is. Because he's right here! And he's fresh out of mercy!"
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    "Well, what good is being a god if you can't smite some people?"
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