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  1. Definitely nothing to do with Saitama-level...

    Definitely nothing to do with Saitama-level foolishness. Shrimp-Man would hit extremely hard.

    As far as what proportionate strength of a spider really means, well, it's complicated. Spiders...
  2. Bullseye kills all three of the others in Khazan...

    Bullseye kills all three of the others in Khazan or the warehouse. He's pretty blatantly superhuman.

    I don't think they can take down an agent. Way too fast there.
  3. Swinging the thing at his max speed and strength...

    Swinging the thing at his max speed and strength would bust a couple of galaxies.
  4. DAN is kind of a badass.

    DAN is kind of a badass.
  5. Nice cocktail napkin stuff, and welcome to...

    Nice cocktail napkin stuff, and welcome to Rumbles!

    We're screwed.
  6. I'm about 75% sure that I'm the one who initially...

    I'm about 75% sure that I'm the one who initially recommended that you read that brilliant tome, several years ago in another conversation. :-) I clearly recall recommending it, I believe that you'd...
  7. Yeah, I think that we agree completely on that at...

    Yeah, I think that we agree completely on that at least. :-) Maybe not Rake-level agreement, but definite agreement. It's all supposition because it hasn't specifically happened. Feat-based...
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    We need a like button. :-)

    We need a like button. :-)
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    You're not making the case of the thing being any...

    You're not making the case of the thing being any less-tenuously connected to reality. :-)
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    Oh, man, Storm discussions. Fun. Her feats...

    Oh, man, Storm discussions. Fun.

    Her feats are kind of all over the place for this. ISTR her ignoring an electric shock because, you know, MAGN... er... it was like lightning? OTOH, there was...
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    I love that the word literally is used,...

    I love that the word literally is used, completely calmly, when we're talking about a children's card game's character's chances against a comic book character.
  12. We'll have to disagree on the "time to act" part...

    We'll have to disagree on the "time to act" part of the equation, number one, and number two, the US ALONE could pay a trillion casually, literally 50 times the existing NASA budget and, long term,...
  13. That's what I was saying by having the warheads...

    That's what I was saying by having the warheads packed in filler of some sort. That's the mass that the explosion can project out as a shockwave. I don't know the best thing to use, but whatever it...
  14. Everything you say, I agree with, to a point. ...

    Everything you say, I agree with, to a point. The point where we diverge is that those projects were done for peanuts. Shoestring budgets. As well, we don't need to get closer than a couple of...
  15. Me too. It'll go slowly until there's an actual...

    Me too. It'll go slowly until there's an actual threat. Then, money makes the world go 'round. Until something really big hits and stops all of that. :-)
  16. But we HAVE lofted this big a stuff much, much...

    But we HAVE lofted this big a stuff much, much further. We don't need one rocket to carry a hundred warheads. Modern fusion warheads are tiny. Nothing like little boy and fat man and certainly...
  17. I hear you - I'm not saying it would be easy,...

    I hear you - I'm not saying it would be easy, just that it would be far from impossible given the incalculable amount of resources that would be thrown at the problem. This isn't NASA spending years...
  18. Eh, that's drastically different. People...

    Eh, that's drastically different. People currently in command of countries won't experience any change to their lives due to climate change.

    This thread is talking about a specific "this will...
  19. Just to put in a counter vote, the same as I did...

    Just to put in a counter vote, the same as I did in the other thread:

    This being a potentially extinction-level event means that things like "reasonable budgets" go straight out the window.
    ...
  20. If this becomes a "survival" issue, we can...

    If this becomes a "survival" issue, we can probably figure out something. All of the problems for sustainable travel and reasonable budgets go straight out the window in the face of "extinction...
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    Good enough for me. I don't think that I'd...

    Good enough for me. I don't think that I'd accept the Clayface sitch you mention as an AoE, given that it hit and only affected Clayface, but the Talon thing may well be more legitimate, certainly...
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    I guess... duh... on my part. :-) He still has...

    I guess... duh... on my part. :-)

    He still has to deal with being slower than a few of the people here and not carrying weapons outside of claws IIRC. I don't think that it overly changes the...
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    Does it work that way? I remember Bats using...

    Does it work that way? I remember Bats using them on Clayface, but it required a direct hit. If it hits a suitably large area, and works on superhumanly strong targets, it might be viable.

    Nice...
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    Deadpool is the fastest, followed by Ozy then...

    Deadpool is the fastest, followed by Ozy then Bucky I'd say.

    Bucky is the strongest and toughest, followed by maybe Blade. Ozy is also pretty damned strong.

    Bucky is by far the best armed, I...
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    Depends on Slade's gear, really. In hand to hand,...

    Depends on Slade's gear, really. In hand to hand, Slade will lose (healing factor plus MUCH stronger plus claws offsets somewhat greater speed and skill). If he has gear, odds tip depending on what...
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