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DragynWulf

In Reply To
CapDANamerica

Subj: Re: I just disagree with the sudden drop
Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 at 05:16:11 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: I just disagree with the sudden drop
Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 at 01:40:57 pm EDT (Viewed 1 times)

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I understand what you type but for the longest time wheather it was trading cards or the Marvel Universe handbook Captain America was the highest at 7 and suddenly this changed. I just don't know why the change. Captain America should have been a 6 from the get go and not suddeny a 6. I personally think Captain America should be a 7 since he is the one who trains everyone and trains all the time and has been a complete UFC type fighter with mixed martial arts before it was popular.

> I understand what you type but for the longest time wheather it was trading cards or the Marvel Universe handbook Captain America was the highest at 7 and suddenly this changed.
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He has never been a master at all forms of combat. The error was in the Golden Age and Avengers 2005 Handbooks.

>I just don't know why the change. Captain America should have been a 6 from the get go and not suddeny a 6. I personally think Captain America should be a 7 since he is the one who trains everyone and trains all the time and has been a complete UFC type fighter with mixed martial arts before it was popular.

Falcon, Beak (X-Men/Exiles), Night Thrasher, and many others have trained others to fight, doesn't mean they should have a rating of 7. It is about how many forms of combat the character is a master of.

Have a Nice Day!
-DragynWulf






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