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Yeah. We see that, as the games are remade, that the older regions are able to get the pokemon of the newer regions. This tells us that the only reason that the newer gen pokemon weren't in the older regions is because Nintendo didn't make them yet.now....is red allowed 4th gen pokemon, even though he only appeared in gen 1 and 3?
Psychic and Confusion don't wipe minds.do we have any indication that mario can ward off attacks on the mind? I dont think that he has any experience against it. I havent played like every single mario game ever or anything but I do believe every single attack he has ever faced was to his exterior and was physical. Couldn't red just pull out a psychic like mewtwo or something and just like wipe his mind with like psychic or confusion or something?
I never said it was wiping minds clean, but I guess that would be hard to tell based off how I had it censored:Not so much wiping minds clean.
There are psychic humans in the pokemon world as well as humans who became pokemon, and the move psychic in general is just using TK to **** up someone, it isn't telepathy.And do we really know what a move like psychic would do to a human's mind?
Mario is interpreted as more than just a human, note the "Super" title in his name.(correct me if I'm wrong, MArio is interpreted as a human)
Why would time stop work on Mario when he has fought foes that use such powers and he himself can alter dimensions to work for him freely and use something like that himself (such as seen in SPM for the Wii)?Cuz if so, couldn't Red use Dialga and say"stop time, and beat the hell out of him while he can't move with flash cannon or something."
Only in the 2D games. We can't use that as a fact that Mario can die from a weak attack. We can say it's a game mechanic. Mario has survived various explosions, powerful attacks ect..mario can die from just about anything if he isnt careful
I don't think so. Superman's strength falls under "Incalculable" in the Strength Scale, both Pre- and Post-Crisis.He power wise is comparable to characters like Superman really,
New Powers As the Plot Demands.and it really shows if you look at him before the silver age Superman where Superman was pretty much given a new power each new book for some reason, like Superweaving.
I have to wonder what Mario's strength falls under, because he has been seen effortlessly lifting huge "building like" foes in some games.I don't think so. Superman's strength falls under "Incalculable" in the Strength Scale, both Pre- and Post-Crisis.
Well, you got me there ^_^
This is coming from a guy who put every brawl character and then some into a IRL setting for a thread.second, did you argue making sense about a guy who can jump 9001x his height and land fine?
I don't know, but it could be because Joe is trying to think that this:Though, to be honest, I'm not sure why we're having this conversation, so I'll stop =P
I know Mario is a superhuman, but Pre-Crisis Superman was able to move planets. Anyway, if I had to guess, I'd probably say 800+ to 2 tons. Maybe slightly more. I would like to know who Mario has been lifting up lately, and if he was lifting whoever off the ground.I have to wonder what Mario's strength falls under, because he has been seen effortlessly lifting huge "building like" foes in some games.
Not really. I was just throwing that out there because it seemed that's what you were trying to point out. All I did was just find the name because I recalled it.Well, you got me there ^_^
Yeah.Still it isn't like Mario doesn't do that as well, you have to love just how many power up items he has these days total.
Well Mario is dealing with a bunch of powers that end up altering the structures of planets and the like. I mean Bowser was planet sized in SMG2 pretty much and Mario just knocked a bunch of meteors at him to beat him.I know Mario is a superhuman, but Pre-Crisis Superman was able to move planets.
I've never played any of the SMG games. About Bowser being the size of a planet, we need to know what makes one worthy of being compared to the size of a planet. How big does a chunk of rock in space need to be to be considered a planet, let alone an asteroid? I doubt Bowser was the size of Ceres or the Moon, for example. Also, even if Bowser was a planet size, it doesn't mean he would have the same weight as a planet.Well Mario is dealing with a bunch of powers that end up altering the structures of planets and the like. I mean Bowser was planet sized in SMG2 pretty much and Mario just knocked a bunch of meteors at him to beat him.
The final battle has Bowser trying to suck Mario into a black hole for example (and Mario ends up knocking him in it instead). Plus in SMG1 Mario did fight Bowser pretty much right by a sun.
Even better, they're called galaxies. One chunk of rock the size of a few football fields at best does not constitute a planet, let alone an entire galaxy, lol.Living things have different densities. I doubt Bowser would have a gravitational pull as strong as say, Earth's.
Also, the 'planets' in SMG are pathetic. They are not planets, they are colored asteroids capable of projecting a random gravitational pull.