Juggernaut Moving Forward vs the next list with a twist
so basically thats whats up. each of the characters is standing and cant move. behind the character there is an adamantium wall 1 meter thick and 20 meters into the ground,powered up by all green lanterns to make sure the wall wont break, dent fall or move. now, the juggernaut is standing right infront of the character and starts moving forward into the character. what will happen to the character or to juggernaut?
This is vital data. The way I tend to interpret these "absolutes" (eg, once Juggs starts moving nothing can stop him), he should be literally unstoppable in his forward momentum and clear the list. But then, if that "absolute" is not really absolute and just hyperbole, and Jugg's power caps with Cytt's, then he gets stopped by whomever is stronger than his benefactor.
Shinier than a speeding bullet.
Celestial tech has bypassed the juggernaut enhancement no? I believe Galactus as defeated celestials no? Therefore itís stands to reason Galactus could overpower the enhancement of juggernaut. Just a thought. Although technically the new juggernaut has been given more power than ever. Enough to kill Cytorak so maybe this doesnít apply.
well cap can put his shield in a horizontal way above his head, that way juggernaut will bump into the edge of the shield and it will be pressed against the wall from one side and by juggernaut from the other side above cap.
Not even if using the shield as a brace against Juggernaut doesn't work.
NOT, that is, if the participants understand even the basics of this situation.
The original poster (OP) of this thread gave another option, whether he himself was aware of it or not, by giving us this specific scenario. The wall that Cap is being pressed against is under control of Green Lantern rings.
Rings that are under the control of a person's willpower.
Cap has enough of that to do what is thought impossible, as here, for instance, where he manages to break out of a cosmic cube, presumably now in these Marvel retconned days, the same type that Secret Wars Beyonder was:
And, as this longtime reader knows, Green Lantern ring power can be wrested from that of its standard bearer and used by another individual, as "Dark" Kara demonstrated against John Stewart when she first fought against the Justice League:
That's from a first time user, who'd never even worn a ring before, taking it from an experienced Green Lantern and knocking him out, with no instruction as to how the rings actually work.
The willful Cap we're shown in the comics can and will override any group of 20 no-names who do not have their lives imperiled and control those rings enough to either re-direct Juggs or make that wall give way. I can see Black Panther managing this, too, for presumably writers thought he demonstrated enough will throughout his history in canon comics to make him resisting deathless hunger plausible. (That happens in a series I will not mention by name in this particular post.)
There is zero doubt in my mind that Captain America with standard knowledge survives this, though.