my country, a fine country, a country that i would give my life to protect.
Secret of N.I.H.M.
Hunchback of Notre Dame
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
Back to the Future Part III:
Star Trek II: Wrath of Kahn
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek Nemisis
Medabots was an awesome show i grew up with, staring a child friendly Bender. B. Rodriguez
anime made by Stan "The Man" Lee, it does have a couple of Marvel references, but it is a good show that stands up by itself well.
a good leave your brain at the door series... because if you think into it your brain will explode. but i cannot fault it on it's epic music, killer fight-scenes and some hilarious moments.
could be most likened to Firefly, sadly this gem of a series didn't really go anywhere after the end of the first season, not even a Movie.
the only Gundam series that most people have ever heard of. this was very good but there were better series like the one bellow this.
Mobile Suit Gundam
where Gundam all started, originally going to be called "Freedom Fighter Gunboy." it was re-named and has become one of the biggest names in Anime and Sunrise Inc's flag-ship series.
Space Battleship Yamato
better known in the west as Star-Blazers. personally i think that quality of the Star-Blazers dub was horrific even by 1985 standards. even though Space Pirate Captain Harlock was dubbed at the same time and was so good that i think it's better than the original. a cult classic, it is Japans answer to Star Trek.
Alright I'm saying mine again.
Lucien would come in first
But other then that
It would boil down to my characters Smith Harrow, David and Dexter Craftian (First version). Smith can keep relooping time so he won't lose. But he is extremely weak in terms of direct combat. Once David or Dexter kill off the versions of him that are created in the loops. But if he managed to get the jump on them he could kill Dexter. It would take a lot of firepower to kill David. Dexter could kill David or Smith by simply summoning demons in here stomachs or just summoning entire armies of demons. David can win simply by using his strength, speed and sword play
Without considering Atahlia, then the one who would win is between the Original Lebreus and Gerad D. Poe.
A character called Lebreus that's all
His main skill was to completely nullify the fantasy and fiction in the battleground, forcing logic and law of realities, effectively nullifying fictional powers and defenses, even natures. (Of course Atahlia wouldn't be affected by this)
After that he could just headshot you (Yet he didn't like to kill).
Not Retcon Gerad at least.
But previous Gerad had the theatergoer authority. Used to directly move into the past of a person via its memories to interfere with it.
Late response, I know...
Out of all my characters, I'd say it would be the 8-year-old swordsman or the 9-year-old archer. All my characters are 13 or younger, and the 13-year-old is a kitty girl who has no training. so, yeah...
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It really depends on what kind of situation the fight would take place in.
In terms of a straight-up all-out brawl with no preparation, none of them (technically) would win. The reason for this is simple: When Alythera dies, The Other inside of her is released. The Other is a stupidly powerful interdimensional entity that represents the void between universes, represented as an ever-hungry maw, or as a crow. Moment that thing comes out, everything just starts not existing. No one wins, in short.
Without that situation happening however, it'd probably be Hyuude, due to his unique ability to get stronger and stronger over the course of a fight. This is a fight without warning basing on sheer fighting power, however.
In a fight where the characters knew who they were going to face, and knew the arena they were to fight in, Locke would likely win. He's like a medieval version of Batman, after all.