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pr0xyt0xin 08-02-2012 03:24 PM

Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
So, I was watching an episode of Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes where they were basically comparing the "threat level" of various avengers.

Something like this:

Hulk: Extreme
Iron Man: High
Thor: High
Captain America: Medium
Hawkeye: Low

So I am curious. Where would others be ranked? I'd rather get your all opinion than make it up myself. Any current or former Avengers you can think of...

THUNDERSTRIKE 08-02-2012 04:37 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Vision: High

pr0xyt0xin 08-02-2012 05:15 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
I'll just start taking a crack at it

Black Widow: Low
Wasp: Low
Ant-Man: Medium
Black Panther: Medium
Dr. Strange: Extreme

BigThor 08-02-2012 08:52 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pr0xyt0xin (Post 24049185)
So, I was watching an episode of Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes where they were basically comparing the "threat level" of various avengers.

Something like this:

Hulk: Extreme
Iron Man: High
Thor: High
Captain America: Medium
Hawkeye: Low

So I am curious. Where would others be ranked? I'd rather get your all opinion than make it up myself. Any current or former Avengers you can think of...

Thor was absent that episode so he didn't get ranked, I'm sure he'd be "extreme" though since he's alot more powerful than Iron Man.

pr0xyt0xin 08-02-2012 11:42 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
I think I am going to challenge this. Thor with the Odin Force definitely, but without it, he is closer to Iron Man than the Hulk in terms of threat (overall power and not strength or arm-wrestling skill).

Obviously I am open to discussion.

pr0xyt0xin 08-02-2012 11:55 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Just noticed your username/avatar. Please don't hurt me. :woot:

BigThor 08-03-2012 11:08 AM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pr0xyt0xin (Post 24053101)
I think I am going to challenge this. Thor with the Odin Force definitely, but without it, he is closer to Iron Man than the Hulk in terms of threat (overall power and not strength or arm-wrestling skill).

Obviously I am open to discussion.

Deflecting a blast from Kang's ship, slowing down the entire island of Manhattan, surviving a drop from space with no scratches, and taking out the entire Kree army easily puts him at "extreme".

Thor catching and slowing down Manhattan (1:33-2:20 secs)
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Thor deflecting Kang's blast (2:57-3:55 secs)
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Thor vs Kree army
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Quote:

Originally Posted by pr0xyt0xin (Post 24053187)
Just noticed your username/avatar. Please don't hurt me. :woot:

Nah bro it's all cool. :cool:

pr0xyt0xin 08-03-2012 11:38 AM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
wow YOU are dedicated. Okay. I'm gonna comment. I think the second one shows that he is heroic, but was more a self-sacrificing move than an Extreme threat move. For example, I could jump in front of a bus to save a dog but I ain't gonna be telling the story any time soon. Next, I feel like Iron Man could have held his own in that battle against the Kree. Although maybe not quite as confidently.

That being said, I secede. Thor, in this animated series, is an Extreme threat with even a little more versatility than the Hulk. That Manhattan trick was intense.

BigThor 08-03-2012 12:35 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pr0xyt0xin (Post 24055957)
wow YOU are dedicated. Okay. I'm gonna comment. I think the second one shows that he is heroic, but was more a self-sacrificing move than an Extreme threat move. For example, I could jump in front of a bus to save a dog but I ain't gonna be telling the story any time soon. Next, I feel like Iron Man could have held his own in that battle against the Kree. Although maybe not quite as confidently.

That being said, I secede. Thor, in this animated series, is an Extreme threat with even a little more versatility than the Hulk. That Manhattan trick was intense.

The 2nd one wasn't self sacrificing since he was only KO'd, plus that blast was powerful enough to destroy a city as big as NY (extreme indeed).

No Iron Man couldn't take on the Kree army, he couldn't even break the Supreme Intelligent's glass which Thor did with ease.

KangConquers 08-04-2012 01:22 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Just looking down the list of Avengers, "Extreme" threats would be:

Sentry
Hulk
Scarlet Witch
Doctor Strange
Thor
Wonder Man

pr0xyt0xin 08-04-2012 10:21 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by KangConquers (Post 24063765)
Just looking down the list of Avengers, "Extreme" threats would be:

Sentry
Hulk
Scarlet Witch
Doctor Strange
Thor
Wonder Man

Now that would be quite a team...

KangConquers 08-05-2012 03:44 PM

Re: Relative power/threat level of Avengers
 
Moondragon also an extreme threat when in full "Posessed" mode.


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