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Subj: Re: In honor of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games . . .
Posted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 at 01:34:04 pm EDT (Viewed 50 times)
Reply Subj: Re: In honor of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games . . .
Posted: Tue Aug 26, 2008 at 11:56:50 am EDT (Viewed 70 times)


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> > >
> > > Who would beat whom in the following Olympic games, (not played at the Olympics, since most of them wouldn't qualify, just playing the sports?)
> > >
> > > Contest 2
> > >
> > > Wonder Woman and Spider-Man
> > > vs
> > > Martain Manhunter and Ms. Marvel
> > >
> > > in Tennis?
> > >
> >
> > Martian Manhunter and Ms. Marvel. J'onn's shapeshifting means he really shouldn't ever miss a volley, and he could even go invisible so his opponents don't know where he is. Spider-Man makes it a good game and Wonder Man would probably just get in his way, though he'd be handy for serving I guess.
> First off, that's Wonder Woman on Spidey's team, not WonderMAN. Second, as I imagined it, J'onn would only be able to use pysical abitilies, (no shapehifting, invisibiltiy, intangibility, or telepathy; just strength and speed)
> > >

Oops! I glanced at that as Wonder Man. \:\) Even without the invisibility, I'd count shapeshifting as a physical ability personally; Spidey can jump around fast, J'onn can stretch his arms. Wonder Woman makes it a tougher match as she's got great speed for sure though...Ms Marvel is the weak link here (we are talking Warbird, aren't we?) as she doesn't have enhanced footspeed or reflexes (or are you allowing flight?), so if J'onn can't shapeshift then Spidey's team wins due to handicapping. \:\)


> > > Contest 2
> > >
> > > Thing, Collosus, Ares, Hulk, Iron Man
> > > vs
> > > Daredevil, Captain America, Black Panter, Iron Fist, Beast
> > >
> > > in 5 on 5 Basketball?
> > >
> >
> > Assuming the reffing is airtight, then Cap's team should be able to take it. Thing and Hulk would need an oversized ball to be able to really handle the thing, but Cap's team has no hope of being able to block the other guys out in the paint; running a pick would be suicide. If the referee is tight on the fouls, then Cap's team can take it. Otherwise they're paste.
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> I figured that Cap's team would do even better than that. The bricks would "brick" a lot. None of them have the agility or finnesse that the streets have. And running and passing would go much smoother for the team so much lighter on their feet. Also, if anyone happened to destroy the ball, it would count as a foul.
>

The streets are lighter on their feet, but some of the bricks are taller than the basket. That has to make a difference rebounding. \:\)

~Hat~


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