The two teams will battle to the bitter end on the beautiful planet Naboo and the two teams will start fifty miles apart.
Each team gets an hour to discuss strategy and knows roughly what they are going up against. The teams have put their differences aside and will work as a team, but they will still have their personalities.
The following things are removed:
- Ganondorf is vulnerable to all attacks, and not only from particular weapons.
- Medivh can not regulate any magic his enemies use.
- Archimonde may not use Hand of Death, and Finger of Death only if the rest of his team is dead and his target is injured.
- Kratos may not use time spells.
- BFR is not allowed.
If the battle last longer than a day, Team 1 will get reinforcement in the form of Malygos, and Team 2 in the form of Sephiroth (At least one on each side will be dead at this point, so it's not violating the 5 Vs. 5 rule)
I'll enjoy watching this thread die at record rate
Last edited by Q'Anilia on May 31st, 2009 at 08:25 PM
You shouldn't underestimate the power of nature. Malfurion could restrain Archimonde in War of the Ancients with nothing but roots. He summoned the fury of weather across entire zones and he turned Xavius into a tree. If we include what accomplishments Broll has made, then we've got ourselves a mean, purple killingmachine.
Cenarius could awaken the entire forest, bring trees to life and do his bidding. He alone cought hundreds of demons in pure melee and could tank axes, swords, spells and boiling, corrosive liquid poured all over him. He's more in synch with the nature than Malfurion, although has not shown near as many feats in combat.
That's the reason everyone start so far apart from eachother. There's no immediate clash where one can simply rip the soul out of his target. Both sides work as a team, and with Cenarius on their side, they will know where their opponents are and not walk into them around the next corner
This thanks to the fact that Cenarius communicate with nature. With trees, wind, animals and even stones. He's kinda like a forest telepath.
Starkiller would have problem with any one in this team. No one can solo the other team, or even come close. I've tried balance it best I can. Starkiller is too weak to inflict any damage with the Force alone on Archimonde, who's not only more versatile than the Star Destroyer, but stronger and even larger. He also has telekinesis of his own.
Ganondorf can kinda teleport and even impose his magical will without being present. God Kratos can clear miles in...Well he's like 500 feet tall, figure it out. Ganondorf is also able to see things without being there, as a form of either remote vision or cosmic awareness. Galen Marek can feel them through t3h Force.
Kratos will burn down every forest in site. It's kind of his thing.
I am sorry but a Star destroyer is larger than Archimonde as well as heavier, if he made that force on Archimonde, the guy would be ripped to pieces no doubt about that unless you have a feat of Archimonde surviving such forces?
And Starkiller is quick, has Jedi reflexes and with even simple force movements can kill a lot of Team 1 even if its not Archimonde, wants Malfurion going to do? call to nature for aid? lol...ill tell you what he and likely deathwing and maybe cenarius are going to do, burst from the force, I think Medihv would as well, leaving Archimonde, solely against Team 2.
From what I've heard about Malfurion, he might likely get the drop on team 2 by vining them all when it's go time, but I doubt any of them will be more than slightly hindered by the action. It might give team 1 some thinking time, though.
If I wanted to be a dick, I would say God Kratos picks up Ganondorf and throws him to team 2, who promptly dimension seals on the fly.
Something tells me it wouldn't be much of a hindrance, though.
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A Star Destroyer is 600 meters long. Archimonde is larger than that. I've said nothing about him being heavier, but the Star Destroyer feat is already settled as not as impressive as it appears to be. It was declared that he wasn't even able to stop it with great effort, so him stopping Archimonde is as unlikely as that. Archimonde tanked an attack that rumbled the entire region of the Well without backing an inch or suffering any damage. This was just before he snapped Malorne's neck.
He still needs to find them. Kratos will probably collide with Archimonde and we'll have another Archimonde/Malorne encounter. Deathwing will probably act as airsupport and sadly enough help with the incineration of the forest. He'll probably drop some lava where his enemies hide.
The real danger here is honestly Medivh. Much like Ganon he can sense someone far away and teleport there. He will probably go for Starkiller first though, given he oppose the greatest threat to Archimonde.