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Rehzon

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MysteryMan

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Subj: Shield created LMDs. Stark created his own LMD/doubles. Aim created LMDs. No Stark copyright.
Posted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 at 04:24:20 pm EDT (Viewed 37 times)
Reply Subj: And Stark will likely have an easy time with LMD's even if his 616 version was the creator imo *nt*
Posted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 at 01:10:26 pm EDT (Viewed 32 times)

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        You don't have T-Spheres as you drafted Mr. Terrific with no gear. I suppose he could work on some during your lab prep, but you only have 12 hours so what he can get done is likely pretty limited. Besides I'd argue that's a bit of a reach to say that the combo of those items are even close to the capability of a Mother Box as they don't have the power of The Source backing them.

      With his intelligence and knowledge of building technology, he can whip up Endo-Sym versions of the T-Spheres (like the Engineer), considering all it take is mental commands to shape pieces:
      http://i.imgur.com/lnTWuip.jpg
      http://media.comicbook.com/uploads1/2015/01/supim2014004-int2-04-118088.jpg



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    I said an "almost" Motherbox. T-Spheres can also create force-field, tap into systems, and use different types of energy. Even with the Source power access a Motherbox can burn out or be destroyed. http://imgur.com/pRODPFI



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    How about Endo-Sym T-Spheres linked to the Cosmic Control Rod? \:\)





Not a sway attempt.

Many have created/used robotic doubles besides Stark. Who's versions of the LMDs are in the tournament? Unknown. 616 Stark had trouble dealing with his own LMDs once they became sentient somehow:
http://www.advancediron.org/vault/sentientironman.php

So Ultimate Stark isn't any luckier with my upgrade LMDs mentioned in
the above post.






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