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    Quote Originally Posted by The Drunkard Kid View Post
    He swats arrows out of the air repeatedly while notably below his full capacity in The Wolverine, if that helps.
    Thanks, gonna have to rewatch it.

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    Adamantium does seem susceptible to heat in FoX-Men since Silver Samurai was able to use a superheated adamantium katana to slice Wolverine's claws. Granted, the science is a bit bs here, but this is a comic book film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by U.N. Owen View Post
    Adamantium does seem susceptible to heat in FoX-Men since Silver Samurai was able to use a superheated adamantium katana to slice Wolverine's claws. Granted, the science is a bit bs here, but this is a comic book film.
    The important note there is adamantium though.

    Phoenix Jean Grey (X-Men 3) was obliterating an island with her TK but his adamantium skeleton did just fine.

    In Origins his claws get super heated by Weapon XI’s heat vision and they were fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by U.N. Owen View Post
    Adamantium does seem susceptible to heat in FoX-Men since Silver Samurai was able to use a superheated adamantium katana to slice Wolverine's claws. Granted, the science is a bit bs here, but this is a comic book film.
    The entire point of the presentation of what you're describing was that adamantium was the only thing capable of cutting adamantium.

    This is an explicit X-Men series fact, as the only other occasion adamantium was pierced or damaged came in Origins: Wolverine, when Stryker shot Wolverine in the forehead with an adamantium bullet.

    Moving on...

    The very nature of this forum's rules mean lightsabers can only damage adamantium if they've damaged something proven to be as strong. They haven't. Therefore they can't. These are the absolute basics.

    In comparison to what Grievous could do to him, Wolverine has taken far worse damage without his adamantium skeleton and continued fighting unimpeded. That's not a fabrication, it's not an exaggeration, it's not a bias interpretation - it's a fact.

    If Grievous is close enough to strike Wolverine - with blows that, simply put, couldn't possibly incapacitate him based on actual evidence - he's close enough to get ripped to shreds. And Wolverine absolutely could rip him to shreds.

    Wolverine, 10/10.

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    Wolverine should take this but sweet baby Jesus he'd be suffering. Imagine how much flesh would be burn/shaved off him from Grievous trying to cut him?
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