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SDPanthera

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  • I know I said I wanted to ask a question on your blog post, but I did not want to bring things too off topic. So instead, I will ask you through this message. Now...

    Have you ever heard of a web show called Death Battle?

    Created by ScrewAttack, but now owned by Rooster Teeth, it is a show that analyzes which one of two (and sometimes more than two) fighters from different media, whether live action, anime, cartoons, comics, etc, would win a battle to the death.

    Only problem is, they tend to do so by using science to measure their strength, speed and durability, even though those characters who are fighting are fictional. I suppose it is hard to find another way to do any other measurements, but still, don't you find it ridiculous that they try to use real world science on fictional characters, let alone those from different fictional universes with different physical laws?

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    • I'd have to agree. Balance is always a good thing, isn't it? And people should not be overly confused because of overdone science explanations of powers.

      P.S.: Death Battle IS a great series, and is fun to watch.

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    • Hence why the descriptions should be easy to understand, and to the point. I could also write Capabilities of certain powers to be super long essays, which is not the point of a page when you're making one.

      As for Death Battle, I only really watch it from time to time, when its about characters Im familiar with. But yeah, its a fun series.

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