Misdirection is a bit of an illogical plot device, though, and doesn't have much that can stop it, including other tp-style powers. If we escalate to scope and scale, the fooling of a Celestial with it is a pretty big trump card for Fantomex as well. And - if memory serves - he can split his consciousness - or outsource his entire brain function - to a remote location in his ship. So I would consider it possible for him to negate or ignore any trickery Jackie might try.
Fights like these are always a bit hard to determine, and it could in fact be a quick draw. But unless Zack is baiting everyone into a fight that the Marvel person can't win (though let's be honest, he usually is; he just screws up sometimes and makes a competitive match by accident), I think he underestimated Fantomex considerably here.
He's also fought against the Deathloks, who also had his misdirection powers. Whilst it was disconcerting, he was able to recognize it and fight through.
He could also split fighting between his three brains, mid fight. So if Sensor Girl doesn't know this (and it's not general knowledge), she'd be attempting to fool brain 1, whilst brains 2 and 3 would be functioning perfectly fine.
Then EVA is also able to give him sensory input as Digi said. He'd only be able to see in black and white etc, but it's enough.
Plus sentient bullets, shrink rays etc.
Last edited by DarkSaint85 on Mar 6th, 2018 at 02:10 PM
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if he gets eva, hard to see him losing. if he doesn't i dunno. he could easily misdirect her to think she won though--in fact he does that often. she would then have no reason to keep up her own illusion. i'd think she'd drop it, then the range of his weapons would be the difference and he'd kill her.
Fantomex misdirection can be resisted though. Psylocke has done it.
I can't recall any scene of Jackie's illusions bring detected. Even Superman who could scan every spectrum of light and energy couldn't do it and he is as hax as you can get regarding these kinds of things.
Power isn't necessarily equal to perception of these things.
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