Magnus and Endbringers Vs Obito, Yhwach and Dracula

Magnus & Endbringers Vs Obito, Yhwach & Dracula

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Mysterious forces forced Tzeentch to send Magnus the Red (Warhammer 40K) to destroy Republic City from Legend of Korra. Tzeentch sensed a trap and although he was unable to send his own daemons to help Magnus, he hired two members of the Endbringers team, Leviathan and Behemoth (both from Worm, first time here), to help Magnus.

Mysterious forces summoned Ten-Tails jinchūriki Obito (Naruto), Yhwach (Bleach) & Dracula (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow) to defend Republic City.

Everyone is at their prime, so let the battle begin.

Who will win?

 

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34 Comments on "Magnus and Endbringers Vs Obito, Yhwach and Dracula"

  1. Jake_Uzumaki March 22, 2015 at 1:20 am -      #1

    From what I’ve heard of the Endbringers they probably take it, though Magnus probably won’t survive.

  2. pimpmage March 22, 2015 at 2:01 am -      #2

    If magnus is sent to do something, I doubt HE would actually show up. He could just send a shard of his soul to fight in his place. He is a very busy man, plotting the end times and all.

  3. Jake_Uzumaki March 22, 2015 at 2:13 am -      #3

    The OP says Magnus himself is sent there.
    Not that he’s very useful as avatar or not he’s going to either die from his own allies attacks or from team 2’s.

    But since apparently word of god says the endbringers have a spiral galaxy’s worth of matter between their skin and cores its moot.

    Also what is it with the last few matches? The link says Ahriman and Leviathan vs War and Dragonborn

  4. Rookie March 22, 2015 at 2:18 am -      #4

    @Jake_Uzumaki

    “The link says Ahriman and Leviathan vs War and Dragonborn”

    It’s my fault. At first I made too imbalanced match and later changed it.

    Will post feats for Endbringers soon.

  5. Rookie March 22, 2015 at 2:23 am -      #5

    Behemoth’s durability:

    “How were we supposed to keep Behemoth sufficiently still and distracted, controlling a detonation that had the potential to level a continent?
    ///
    “Now,” my bugs told Phir Sē, as the field surrounded the Endbringer, a forcefield, extending into the Earth, surrounding Behemoth on all sides, a cylinder.

    Phir Sē’s portal opened beneath Behemoth’s feet, aimed upward, and a plume of light speared into the sky, consuming Behemoth, covering him.

    Eidolon’s power held. He’d had the situation explained, had been given time to let his power build up to full strength, and his passenger had supplied something with a durability on par with Clockblocker’s ability. Inviolable.”
    ///
    Behemoth lurched forward.

    Not quite Behemoth, but a skeleton, something like a skeleton. Emaciated, a black-red frame dripping with ichor, it had all of the key features, the basic underlying structure with the horns and the gaping mouth, the claws and the way the shoulders were broad enough to host his bulky frame, but a good eighty percent of him had been torn away, shredded. A skeleton covered in a veneer of meat.

    “Go,” I whispered, feeling a quiet despair. “Go home. Go underground. Leave. We hurt you as badly as we’ve ever hurt you bastards. That’s enough.”
    ///
    Behemoth wasn’t any weaker than he had been. Not in terms of what he could dish out. As much as he was wounded, he was healing. Even from where we stood, I could see him healing, flesh expanding, swelling, regenerating.

    About Leviathan:
    “We think of Leviathan as the middle child; he was the second of the three to arrive. He is not the physical powerhouse Behemoth is, nor the cunning manipulator that the Simurgh so often proves to be. That said, I would advise you to think of him as having many of the strengths of both siblings at once. You’ve seen the videos on television and the internet. You know what he is physically capable of. I want to be clear that despite the image he might convey, he is not stupid, and he can display a level of cunning and tactics that can and will catch you off guard.
    ///
    “I spoke of Leviathan as a hydrokinetic. I can’t state this enough – Leviathan is primarily a hydrokinetic on a macro scale. There is no better illustration than the days where Leviathan won.

    “Newfoundland,” he spoke.

    I knew exactly what he was speaking of, and mouthed the date as he spoke it, “May ninth, 2005. Nearly half a million dead. The Canadian island simply gone, after the shelf of land holding it up cracked in the face of what we now understand were incredible pressures beneath the water level.

    “Kyushu, the night of November second and the morning of the third, 1999. His sixth appearance. Nine and a half million killed when the region was swamped with tidal waves from every direction while Leviathan disrupted prearranged evacuation attempts. Nearly three million evacuees rendered homeless, a nation sundered.”

  6. Rookie March 22, 2015 at 4:21 am -      #6

    More about Behemoth:

    Shockwave:

    “Behemoth slammed his claws together. The Yàngbǎn responded by creating forcefields en-masse, one for every person, overlapping with those to either side of them. The shockwave of the clap ripped through them, shattering the first two rows of forcefields and virtually liquefying the unfortunate capes who no longer had protection.”

    Redirects energy:

    “More lightning was unleashed, each doing successively more damage to the craft. By the fourth blast, it wasn’t operational. The fifth split it down the middle. Insulation was little use against a dynakinetic that could redirect the natural course of electricity.
    ///
    If I’d had any doubt it was Alexandria, it was banished when she followed up the attack. Behemoth started to rise to his feet, and Alexandria struck. It wasn’t a punch with a great deal of wind-up, and she only crossed fifty or sixty feet before driving it home, but the impact was undeniable.

    Behemoth absorbed the blow, and redirected it into the ground. He didn’t move, as though the blow had never struck home, but the ground around him shattered like the surface of a mirror. Fragments of rock and clouds of dust flew up around him, and a three-story building on its last legs tumbled over. The damage to the ground made him sink a fraction.
    ///
    Fire roared around Behemoth as he got away from the area that had already been scorched and blasted clear of any fuel sources. His dynakinesis fueled the flames, driving them to burn hotter, larger, and with more intensity. With a kind of intelligence, the fires spread to nearby buildings, ensuring that no place was safe, nor untouched.
    ///
    He couldn’t keep her in mind at all times. She waited until he focused on a different combatant, heaving out lightning or creating flame to attack the ones in the air, and then she struck. Nine times, he simply deflected the strike into the ground, as a rumble and a series of spiderwebbing cracks in the streets, or into the air as a shockwave. Again and again, he came within a heartbeat of getting his hands on her in retaliation, not even flinching as she struck him, reacting with an unnatural quickness as he reached out, to try to pin her using his claws, to strike her into the ground or to time the collapses of buildings to briefly bury her, so he could close the distance.”

    Can increase temperature of anything that comes inside his kill zone:

    “The landing as he arrived flattened another set of buildings. The heroes started to run. They were too slow, when compared to the length of Behemoth’s legs, the sheer power he was capable of putting into the simple act of walking. One by one, they fell within his kill range. Two were scorched from the inside, a brawny-looking cape seized up with smoke billowing from his corpse as he struck ground, his arms and limbs still twitching in death.”

  7. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 7:37 am -      #7

    Never beat Lords of shadow 1, or played Lords of shadow 2, But isn’t Gabriel a little teeny bit out of his weight class here?

  8. Rookie March 22, 2015 at 7:44 am -      #8

    @LadyRamkin

    “Never beat Lords of shadow 1, or played Lords of shadow 2, But isn’t Gabriel a little teeny bit out of his weight class here?”

    From 8:30 (Gabriel was not damaged):

  9. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 8:00 am -      #9

    Considering that Obito Manhandled almost every ninja in Naruto, and Yhwach did the same for Seretai and Hueco Mundo, Gabriel seems horribly insignificant.

    That or I have unrealistic expectations of how strong people are… wouldn’t be the first time.

  10. Jake_Uzumaki March 22, 2015 at 9:43 am -      #10

    @LadyRamkin
    well he did beat Satan’s ass twice, and at the end of LoS 2 survived the point blank explosion of the Leviathan’s attack that was going to wipe out life on earth blowing up in its face while he was on top of it.

  11. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 9:46 am -      #11

    “survived the point blank explosion of the Leviathan’s attack that was going to wipe out life on earth blowing up in its face while he was on top of it.”

    Fair enough, he’s pretty durable. I just don’t think he has the speed or strength to be useful here, Again, i have very little exposure to the Lords of shadow series, so im not exactly making an expert analysis.

  12. Jake_Uzumaki March 22, 2015 at 9:56 am -      #12

    I know, I’m trying to remember off the top of my head if he had any massive strength feats. Speed he’s probably only high supersonic, and he’s probably only wall+ level but he does have soul burning gauntlet claws.

  13. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 9:59 am -      #13

    He’s a bit like Ganondorf really, Nigh unkillable, but not really a lot else going for him.

    Actually Gabriel is a player character, so i suppose he actually does have some useful combat feats.

  14. Jake_Uzumaki March 22, 2015 at 10:12 am -      #14

    He slaughters through fairly big demons and humans in small AMP sized Mech Suits, and has taken on Kaiju’s but generally through stabbing or beating the shit out of weakpoints, as Dracula we only see a couple scenes of him at full power. Though we do learn he needs to be killed with specifically the Vampire Killer Whip/Combat Cross from LoS and its the only weapon that will do it apparently

  15. Amm0vamp1r3 March 22, 2015 at 12:39 pm -      #15

    Dracula is useless here

    he gets speed blitzed by everyone
    manhandled by everyone

    as for that “Nuke”
    He took that nuke, which destroyed the surrounding area but left all the bodies of the knights laying around and a tree or two standing. So its kind of hard to know how powerful that nuke really was

    So if anyone on team 1 is a match for obito or yhwach they are more than enough to stomp Dracula

  16. pimpmage March 22, 2015 at 12:40 pm -      #16

    Replace Dracula with Alucard from Hellsing?

  17. Amm0vamp1r3 March 22, 2015 at 12:47 pm -      #17

    He will get trashed too

  18. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 12:50 pm -      #18

    Vincent Valentine with his Dirge of Cerberus feats has mad speed, and he is…. vampirey. Or you could try going for composite (castlevania) Dracula, soma is super sonic i think.

  19. Rookie March 22, 2015 at 12:55 pm -      #19

    Ok, let’s make it composite Castlevania Dracula.

  20. Amm0vamp1r3 March 22, 2015 at 1:04 pm -      #20

    Even with composite I think he just becomes annoying not dangerous if the people have defenses against the following:

    He can spam time stops back to back to back to back endlessly

    His most powerful attack the demonic meggido is unknown in power but it is made of soul burning hell fire

    powers here and there like turning people to stone, attack/stealing souls becoming invincible for a short time

    www.castlevaniadungeon.net/Arsenal/ariasouls.html

    www.factpiletopia.com/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=40603

  21. pimpmage March 22, 2015 at 1:13 pm -      #21

    Why not composite Dracula from any fiction?

  22. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 1:17 pm -      #22

    Because Dracula doesn’t really have a single source… Where exactly do you draw the line on what you can draw feats from?

    If i write
    – My Dracula fan fiction –
    Dracula is omnipotent, the end

    Does that count?

  23. Amm0vamp1r3 March 22, 2015 at 1:20 pm -      #23

    Because composite Dracula would be too OP for this fight

    and as for
    Where exactly do you draw the line on what you can draw feats from?

    the way I see it, if it was sold then it should count as a feat i.e movies, comics games etc but nothing from fanfiction because that would stupid

  24. pimpmage March 22, 2015 at 1:25 pm -      #24

    How world completely composite Dracula be OP? Is there a specific fiction that makes him over the top unbeatable?

  25. Amm0vamp1r3 March 22, 2015 at 1:34 pm -      #25

    Not one fiction but:

    Hellsing Dracula became omnipresent

    Vampire Hunter D Dracula is basically hellsing Dracula turned up to 11. He can teleport, control the akashic records, and with a flick of his wrist created a hole in the ground that was miles wide and miles deep

    Castlevania Dracula, well he can stop time and needs certain weapons to hurt/kill him


    and that’s just 3 versions of Dracula there are tons more like marvel Dracula, requiem vampire knight,DC comics Dracula, vampire the masquerade etc etc

  26. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 1:37 pm -      #26

    “the way I see it, if it was sold then it should count”

    There is no copyright for Dracula. Literally ANYTHING can be written about him and then sold. And since that is the case, Literally any character called Dracula will count. (Get it, count)

  27. Amm0vamp1r3 March 22, 2015 at 1:49 pm -      #27

    There is no copyright for Dracula. Literally ANYTHING can be written about him and then sold. And since that is the case, Literally any character called Dracula will count. (Get it, count)

    Yes I understand that much but what im saying is for a character like that (the only ones I know of are Dracula and Conan) it should be a rule if it wasn’t sold then it shouldn’t (count) as a feat lol

    that way we ateast have a line drawn in the sand to what we will and will not accept

  28. LadyRamkin March 22, 2015 at 1:53 pm -      #28

    So, ive just written this amazing fan fiction about Dracula. Its short, sweet and gives him some great feats. who wants to buy it? its going for 15p.

    Though in all seriousness composite Dracula is just to OP, we should probably stick with finding feats for castlevania dracua’s

  29. Jake_Uzumaki March 22, 2015 at 2:46 pm -      #29

    So seriously can the Endbringers be put down by team 2? I’ve seen people argue the Justice League would struggle with them

  30. LadyRamkin March 23, 2015 at 5:07 am -      #30

    What are Endbringers from?

  31. Rookie March 23, 2015 at 5:36 am -      #31

    @LadyRamkin

    “What are Endbringers from?”

    Web novel Worm.

  32. LadyRamkin March 23, 2015 at 5:42 am -      #32

    Thanks

  33. Rookie March 23, 2015 at 1:00 pm -      #33

    @Jake_Uzumaki

    ” I’ve seen people argue the Justice League would struggle with them”

    I’ve made two threads about Tohu, the weakest Enbringer, just to learn more about him:
    forums.spacebattles.com/threads/tohu-worm-vs-madara-naruto.332793/
    forums.spacebattles.com/threads/tohu-worm-vs-geom-warhammer-40-000.332804/#post-16893060
    So far it looks like Enbringers may beat animated JL at the very least.

  34. Namer March 24, 2015 at 9:06 am -      #34

    Behemoth can pretty much vaporise Dracula, blood and all, and then keep him vaporised. Dracula doesn’t have any long range weapons, does he? Because Behemoth’s Kill Aura boils anyone alive who gets within thirty feet of him.
    .
    Isn’t Republic City surrounded by water? Leviathan’s supersonic under it, so he’ll need to be pinned down first, and fast. He’s took several hours to level the islands of Kyushu and Newfoundland, both of which are a tad bit bigger than Republic City. He also created a massive lake in the middle of Brockton Bay in a few minutes during his attack.
    .
    Behemoth’s the bigger threat here. After only a couple hours or so, he New Delhi was rubble.

    He can redirect energy, tank multiple island-country busting attacks in succession, and that’s if he actually bothers to do so instead of redirecting them. He can throw around enough nuclear radiation to make Chernobyl look clean. He can make earthquakes and burrow underground at any point he chooses.
    .
    Behemoth emerged with a plume of gray-brown smoke, and the landscape shattered. It was Tecton’s natural power, taken to an extreme. Fissures lanced out in every direction and disappeared into each horizon. Secondary fissures crossed between each of the major ones, like the threads of a spider’s web.

    As far as the eye could see in every direction, terrain shifted. Hillsides abruptly tilted, standing structures fell like collapsing houses of cards.
    .
    Almost all of the Endbringers’ showings are when they’re holding back (a point bought up repeatedly in regards to both the Endbringers and Zion). Republic City isn’t going to survive this by any means. Magnus distracts Team two for a moment, and the Endbringers will be wiping their hands standing in what used to be Republic City.

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