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    Default Luffy vs Ultimate Reed Richards/The Maker

    No equipment for the Maker. Just their powers. Who wins?

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    Erm... I've not read Ultimate FF in a long time but Luffy is like a Class 90+ brick speedster who is functionally immune to blunt trauma.

    I don't like Reed's chances here.
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    Wondering about this, I Googled the Maker. Apparently, he's bonded to an improved version of the Venom symbiote, which would give him speed, enhanced durability and strength, and the ability to make edged weapons. This is not feats, per se, it's just what a wiki says.

    However, I posit that Venom or Venom+ speed is going to be statuesque to Luffy, who is going to be able to pound with impunity until Maker doesn't move anymore.
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    The equipment ban is what reallt seals the Maker's fate. If Maker could access his arsenal, I'm sure he could build a weapon that could kill Luffy, and the Dimensional shenanigans he's go going on could let him survive long enough to do so

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    I'm putting my money on the Class-90+ brick speedster who can throw fiery punches and has the power to see into the future to a limited extent and can split the clouds by clashing with a similarly freakishly-powerful being.
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