Just saw that.
Might as well close it now.....
His prep is a waste, and his on-field stuff won't give him what he wants. Also, Justice's back story is rife with peculiarities due to plot. some of his feats from old may be lost to hallucination:
"If you read Prime Eternal's primer on the New Universe, you'll see that in the first year, a lot of the writers and creative teams missed the point entirely. The team(s) behind Justice were the biggest offenders, as they used a large group of alternate dimension, magic-based characters. This was all revealed/ret-conned to have been a warping of reality by Daedalus Darquill. This occurred in Justice#15, by Peter David, who brought Justice into line with the NU's stated properties and premises.
That being said, all info behind Tattoo, who appeared during the reality warping issues, should be regarded as uncertain. He was supposed to have had magical abilities, presumably granted by Darquill or Conquest, but this should not be the case. He may have been a real paranormal of the NU, or he may have been made to appear to have powers, or he may not have existed as anything more than an illusion of Darquill.
Anything which took place in the first 15 issues should be taken with a grain of salt. Tensen (and apparently the writers, as well) was under the influence of Darquill, and so anything he saw or did was affected by this. It was never clearly established what exactly took place, but I would ASSume that the events on Earth were real events, although the characters within them may have been altered by the hallucinations, or may have been hallucinations altogether. Any of the beings he fought against may have been paranormals, or they could be normal people, made to appear differently and to possess powers by Darquill. The events taking place in the Far Place strike me as being closer to pure hallucination, although there may have been touches of real people and events in there, too." Courtesy of MARVUNAAP
So the looming shadow of doubt hangs over some of his feats. Lawl
I already went over how the on-field stuff won't work in the last post due to rules and the scenario we're slaves to adhere to.
Even if the base state that are pooled together for your guys is applied, he's still: slower by a large margin, weaker physically by a shitload, dumber, weaker shields, less available weapons, heal slower (northstar has a healing factor and his power will speed up X-51's nanites lol), etc
X-51 can even gain knowledge on the fly, so I TRULY have that knowledge you desperately needed in your prep to create counter measures for something you cannot prepare against:
The drainer speaks for itself and needs no rehashing.
Might as well end with a stomp, thankfully it can be quick. One hundred stomps