Ebenezar McCoy Vs Sephiroth

Ebenezar McCoy Vs Sephiroth

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Making his debut on FactPile is Ebenezar McCoy (Dresden Files) facing off against Sephiroth from the Final Fantasy franchise.

I think the image used for McCoy might be one of the best ever to appear on FactPile. Other than that, I have no clue as to what he can do or would be able to do against the likes of Sephiroth.

Both combatants are at their peak of their power.

Who would win?

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39 Comments on "Ebenezar McCoy Vs Sephiroth"

  1. Dark God of Chaos February 8, 2013 at 7:44 am -      #1

    Wow, another one of mine, yay

    Yes, I’m Multiversal btw, but I like Dark God of Chaos better /shrug

  2. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 7:57 am -      #2

    Well, before Winter Knight at least McCoy was to Dresden what we decided Dresden was to Potter. Caused the Tunguska fireball, New Madrid Earthquake, and Krakatoa Volcanic eruption. Has been alive since at least somewhat before the French Indian War. He is the Blackstaff which means he can break the laws of magic so mind rape necromancy and time travel are in play. And he has the weapon known as the Blackstaff which kills the person he wants it to. I mean they just fall over dead.

  3. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 8:04 am -      #3

    Force Choke Vader Style
    “Ebenezar turned back to me and said, “Shut down that summoner, Hoss. I’m taking the Wardens back to support Injun Joe and Mai. Let’s go, vampire.”

    “No,” Lara said. “If Binder is nearby, then so is my sweet cousin Madeline. I’ll stay with Dresden.”

    Ebenezar didn’t argue with her. He just snarled, made a fist, and lifted it up, and Lara let out a short, choking cry and rose up ten feet into the air, her arms and legs snapping down straight, locking her body into a rigid board.

    I put a hand against his chest. “Wait!”

    He glanced at me from beneath shaggy grey brows.

    “Let her down. She can come along.” Ebenezar had no way of knowing that I wasn’t out there alone. Georgia and Will were lurking nearby, and could be at my side in a couple of seconds if necessary. Between the two of them, they had accounted for three grey men, too. I tried to put that knowledge behind a very slight emphasis in my tone and told him, “I’ll be fine.”

    Ebenezar frowned at me, then shot a glance out at the woods and gave me a reluctant nod. He turned back to Lara and released her from the grip of his will.”
    Turn Coat, Chap 35
    ———-
    The power of the Blackstaff
    “Ebenezar turned toward the walls from which the soldiers were firing. Hits thumped into his robes, but seemed to do little but stir the fabric and then fall at his feet. The old man said, mostly to himself, “You took the wrong contract, boys.”

    Then he swept the Blackstaff from left to right, murmured a word, and ripped the life from a hundred men.

    They just . . . died.

    There was absolutely nothing to mark their deaths. No sign of pain. No struggle. No convulsion of muscles. No reaction at all. One moment they were firing wildly down at us – and the next, they simply – 

    Dropped.

    Dead.

    The old man turned to the other wall, and I saw two or three of the brighter soldiers throw their guns down and run. I don’t know if they made it, but the old man swept the Blackstaff through the air again, and the gunmen on that side of the field dropped dead where they stood.

    My godmother watched it happen, and bounced and clapped her hands some more, as delighted as a child at the circus.”
    Changes, Chap 46

  4. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 8:23 am -      #4

    Force blast, which gives an idea of the gap between McCoy and his grandson Dresden.
    “The nearest figure was considerably shorter than me and stout, but he stood with his feet planted as if he intended to move the world. He lifted his staff, smote it on the ground, then boomed, “Remember Archangel!” He spoke a single, resonating word as he thrust the tip of the implement at the Red King and the Lords of Outer Night.

    The second floor of the stadium-temple where they stood . . . simply exploded. A force hit the ancient structure like an enormous bulldozer blade rushing forward at Mach 2. It smashed into the temple. Stone screamed. The Red King, the Lords of Outer Night, and several thousand tons of the temple’s structure went flying back through the air with enough violent energy to send a shock wave rebounding from the point of impact.”

    “I felt my eyes drawn up to the pyramid ahead – and there, standing on the fifth level of the pyramid, looking down, was a figure in a golden mask. Evidently, one of the Lords of Outer Night had been knocked all the way over to the pyramid by Ebenezar’s entrance.”

  5. Zazax February 8, 2013 at 8:39 am -      #5

    Matches with Sephiroth are always a massive pain, since we’re not sure how far his ability to simulate materia goes. We never actually see it, we just have Word of God that he can ‘use every materia’.
    However, there are materia that grant immunities to various things, but they need to be paired with other materia to function. We don’t know if he can simulate this. Again, we have no feats, but Word of God seems to imply he can (since these immunity-granting materia cannot be used otherwise), so… *shrug*
    If he can, then he’s immune to just about everything you can think of (among them time fuckery, insta-death, the classical elements, polymorphing, gravity, dimension-shifting, mind control, and electricity. And that is not at all a comprehensive list). If he doesn’t have them, well, he doesn’t have them.

    That aside, offensively Sephiroth’s a building-buster strength-wise, he’s telekinetic (also building-buster), he’s got all the materaa spells (basically an inverse of his possible immunity list), projectile slashes that cut through military-grade steel without slowing, etc. He’s also got all sorts of methods of removing ‘buffs’, ranging from breaking barriers to just a general ‘dispel magic’ effect. He can also Silence a target, preventing them from using any magic at all.
    Defensively he’s a casual bullet-timer with access to multiple healing spells (including passive regen) and various barriers and force fields.

    I unfortunately know squat about anything Dresden-related, but I know Sephy inside and out, so while I can’t call the match one way or the other I can provide information if required.

  6. The Expert February 8, 2013 at 8:40 am -      #6

    Thats it im getting off this site for a few weeks and see if the fights get any better

  7. Zazax February 8, 2013 at 8:42 am -      #7

    Oh, sorry for the possible double post, but I just remembered. It doesn’t really matter if Sephiroth can simulate materia pairing; he has access to Resist! This spell covers all the ‘status’ immunities, and Shield covers the elements and physical damage. He just needs a second or so to W-Magic them at the start of the match instead of having them passive.

  8. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 8:55 am -      #8

    Posted info on Ebenezer in posts 3 and 4.
    And I don’t think death is an element so the Blackstaff still works.
    —————
    Uses force to toss a creature a quarter mile
    ” Ebenezar grunted a word, reached out a hand, and made a sharp, pulling motion. The grey man who had been clambering toward us was seized by an unseen force, ripped out of the tree, and sent sailing on an arc that would land it in Lake Michigan a quarter of a mile from the nearest shore.”
    Turn Coat, Chap 42
    ——————-
    Crushing with force
    ” I sensed more movement and pointed behind us, to where a trio of grey men had managed to close on a pair of Wardens who were standing on either side of a still, red-spattered form on the ground. “There!”

    Ebenezar stopped talking to make another swift gesture, spoke a word, and one of the approaching grey men was suddenly and literally pounded flat by an invisible anvil. Ectoplasmic ichor flew everywhere. The two Wardens, warned by the magical strike and now facing even odds, made short work of the remaining two.”
    Turn Coat, Chap 42

  9. The Imperator February 8, 2013 at 9:52 am -      #9

    Actually, according to the author, the Blackstaff’s only power I to keep black magic from making McCoy insane. Other than that, it does nothing.

  10. Zazax February 8, 2013 at 9:55 am -      #10

    “And I don’t think death is an element so the Blackstaff still works.”
    It’s not in FF7 either. But it’s a status (aptly called ‘Death’) inflicted by a spell of the same name. It’s a status, and covered by Resist
    It’s also covered by Added Effect + Death, but that’s one of those ‘maybe ha can, maybe he can’t’ things.

    I’ll be back with more tomorrow (er, rather, later today…) but it’s late (or very early) and I have class in the morning.

  11. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 10:08 am -      #11

    @Imperator
    Meant McCoy himself, since he’s called that due to it being his position.

  12. Professor ParaLowk February 8, 2013 at 10:34 am -      #12

    “Actually, according to the author, the Blackstaff’s only power I to keep black magic from making McCoy insane. Other than that, it does nothing.”

    I thought the Staff was just draining life from people, like it was some sort of evil life sucking staff. McCoy himself doing that is a bit more disturbing.
    ===
    McCoy isn’t exactly superhuman in speed last I checked..

  13. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 10:56 am -      #13

    @Lowk
    This is true, but doesn’t he have the ability to sense magic like Dresden does?

  14. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 1:07 pm -      #14

    “”As long as there’s some carpet to scuff your feet on,” he said, and tossed me his staff. “Here.”

    I felt the energies moving through the implement at once. It was a better-made staff than mine, but Ebenezar had been the one to teach me how they were made, and both staves I had used over the years had been carved from branches of the lightning-struck oak in the front yard of his little farm in the Ozarks. I could make use of this staff almost as well as if it were my own.

    “What about you?” I asked him. “Don’t you want it?”

    He batted a precisely aimed thrown ax from the air with a flick of his hand and a word of power, and drawled, “I got another one.”

    Ebenezar McCoy extended his left hand and spoke another word, and darkness swirled from the shadows and condensed into a staff of dark, twisted wood, unmarked by any kind of carving whatsoever.

    The Blackstaff.”
    Changes, Chap 46
    ———————————–
    so he has some amount of reflexes to block a vamp thrown axe.
    As for the staff itself, word of god is it was stolen from someone. the description is a black walking stick. We know of one very pissed off entity who had her walking stick stolen and wants it back.
    Considering his expertise is force, gravity, and earth magic he could likely gravity whammy Sephiroth easier than Dresden could.
    —————————-
    and the Satellite thing too
    Vamps retreat and prepare to get revenge on Harry:
    “Then I hate to add more bad news. Ortega is back in Casaverde, recovering. He’s called in all his strongest knights and let it be widely known that he’s coming to kill you personally.”

    “I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it. Did you see the subtle humor there? Vampires, cross? God, I’m funny.”

    What happens to them:
    I woke up to a ringing telephone the next day. “Hoss,” Ebenezar said. “You should watch the news today.” He hung up on me.

    I went down to a nearby diner for breakfast, and asked the waitress to turn on the news. She did.

    “- extraordinary event reminiscent of the science-fiction horror stories around the turn of the millennium, what appeared to be an asteroid fell from space and impacted just outside the village of Casaverde in Honduras.” The screen flickered to an aerial shot of an enormous, smoking hole in the ground, and a half-mile-wide circle of trees that had been blasted flat. Just past the circle of destruction stood a poor-looking village. “However, information coming in from agencies around the world indicates that the so-called meteor was in actuality a deactivated Soviet communications satellite which decayed in orbit and fell to earth. No estimates of the number of deaths or injuries in this tragic freak accident have yet reached authorities, but it seems unlikely that anyone in the manor house could possibly have survived the impact.”

    I sat slowly back, pursing my lips. I decided that maybe I wasn’t sorry Asteroid Dresden turned out to be an old Soviet satellite after all. And I made a mental note to myself never to get on Ebenezar’s bad side.
    Death Mask, Chap 33

  15. Richard Rider February 8, 2013 at 1:34 pm -      #15

    @The Expert
    There are plenty of awesome matches on this site, use the search bar and I’m sure you’ll find a match to your liking.

  16. Murder February 8, 2013 at 1:36 pm -      #16

    I’m with expert, I’ll be back when there’s more cowbell.

  17. Amm0vamp1r3 February 8, 2013 at 1:39 pm -      #17

    “There are plenty of awesome matches on this site, use the search bar and I’m sure you’ll find a match to your liking.”

    ^This

  18. The Imperator February 8, 2013 at 4:48 pm -      #18

    @ParaLowak: Yeah, the staff simply allows evil powers to be used without driving the user insane. So, McCoy can basically use any evil power he wants, and his mind won’t be affected.

  19. Aelfinn February 8, 2013 at 4:54 pm -      #19

    I never get it when people complain about the quality of new matches. There are thousands of matches on this site, most of them without awards, just waiting to be debated. Go for one of them, say something important. We’ve had many a debate be re-sparked after it was long forgotten.

    In addition to this, you can’t really expect every match to be great, or even good. Admin and the Mods try to pick things out that seem to fit, or are set-up well, or might be entertaining. If something doesn’t stick, well, WE HAVE TOMORROW. If the community as a whole isn’t interested in a subject, that is not the fault of Admin, especially because he picks matches suggested by us. If they are suggested by us, he would expect them to be debated by us.

  20. Zazax February 8, 2013 at 5:40 pm -      #20

    “Considering his expertise is force, gravity, and earth magic he could likely gravity whammy Sephiroth easier than Dresden could.”
    Gravity attacks happen to be one of the things Sephiroth can be immune to, via Shield.

    Also, to clarify since I don’t know if I was as clear as I’d hoped: Sephiroth has two spells that are conferring his resistances/immunities/whatnot. First is Resist, which covers ‘status effects’ like polymorph, petrification, insta-death, being frozen or slowed down in time, etc. The second spell, Shield, renders him impervious to physical damage and causes the various elements in the game (the classical elements, gravity, lightning, ice, and a few others) to actually heal him instead.
    Using another ability called W-Magic (which lets him cast two spells at once) he can pop both of these simultaneously at the start of the match, only wasting 1 spell cast’s worth of time instead of 2.
    Unfortunately neither spell has a very long duration, but pending McCoy’s defensive abilities he shouldn’t need long. And he can always recast them if needed.

  21. PrimusxPilus February 8, 2013 at 5:50 pm -      #21

    Does the Madge have the Rt to prevent the “blitz”

  22. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 8, 2013 at 6:30 pm -      #22

    @Zazax
    in Dresden vs Sephiroth we decided Dresden’s gravity at least was too different from FF to count as the same kind of attack, the attack with the Black Staff will work too more than likely if Ebenezar can pull it off.
    @Primus
    possibly, but I’m hesitant to say it. He’s got more than enough firepower as I showed.

  23. Jehrnkierthe February 20, 2013 at 1:23 pm -      #23

    McCoy may not need RT to prevent a blitz, he’s a 300-year-old wizard with many tricks and enchanted items. In Blood Rites, when he and the half-human mercenary Kincaid confront each other, McCoy counteracts Kincaid’s supernatural speed with a ring on his finger which flashes and tosses the gun out of his opponent’s hand as soon as it is drawn.

  24. PrimusxPilus February 20, 2013 at 1:34 pm -      #24

    @jehr
    None of that is even useable. Start with “may”, give us unnecessary stats, admit he had an ally therefore not a solo (useable) great, then say he “beat a really fast baddie”, which again is unuseable due to lack of perspective. How fast?

    My turn.
    ,
    Sephiroth doesn’t even have to worry about the wizard since he’s a literal manifestation of hate and willpower spawned from the genetic experiments of human and alien cells and empowered by immersion in the lifestream. He can cast all magic, immune to magic, can fly, has telekinesis, can cut things from a distance by virtue of solely his physical abilities, etc etc.

    Stupid.
    Counter points and back up data.
    Speed:, he blitzes people that can dodge machine gun fire from multiple angles and sources simultaneously.
    Counter this

  25. Jehrnkierthe February 20, 2013 at 1:47 pm -      #25

    @Primus
    1) In DF-verse, wizards have a tendency to accumulate tricks and items that make them harder to kill as they gain age and experience, his age is not a useless stat
    2) Where did I say he had an ally?
    3) The point was not about how fast his enemy was, only that he was able to counter the speed advantage of an enemy faster than himself
    4) For that matter, how is “he’s a literal manifestation of hate and willpower spawned from the genetic experiments of human and alien cells and empowered by immersion in the lifestream” not uneccessary stats?
    5) It has been argued that DF-verse magic operates differently enough from Sephiroth’s that his ‘immunity” does not apply to it.
    6) Ebenezar creates a spherical shield around himself, then summons the Blackstaff and kills him with necromancy. Counter that.

  26. PrimusxPilus February 20, 2013 at 2:06 pm -      #26

    Good ;-)
    1) useless without providing said accumulated items. You can’t just say “he had stuff cuz he’s old lawl”

    2) this is conceded upon rereading. Derp

    3) useless unless we know the speed he negated. If he beat somebody that could go mach one cool. Fifty better. You have to quantify this to be useable. I’ve provided a reference fire Sephiroth.

    4) I was proving a point that such things are useless.

    5) only for gravity. You can have that IF you can catch him

    6) counters?
    Speed blitz decapitation before he gets his spell off. OR
    dispels the spell them impales him.
    OR lawls since he’s immune to status effects and death is a status effect thanks to his hax (I’ve got all materia capabilities in me” bullshit) and bisects the mage with a skyscraper busting flick of the wrist


    Debate away

  27. PrimusxPilus February 20, 2013 at 2:09 pm -      #27

    Edit: he’d be immune to necromantic death spells due to death spell materia. I won’t (unless needed) argue that as a manifestation he’s not a literal living body and therefore death may not work unless df necromancy can “death” spirits/ghosts/manifestations

  28. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 2:15 pm -      #28

    @Jehrnkierthe
    it would be helpful if you could show the actual quote for quantification. If I was near my copies of the books I would but can’t right now.
    @Primus
    Necromancy I don’t know if that would work anyway since it’s main use is raising the dead and the only other thing was Harry threatening to use it on a Bram Stoker style vampire.
    the Black Staff on the other hand should work. It was able to rip do the equivalent of 100 Potterverse Avada Kedavra’s with a simple sweeping motion like a scythe and a quick muttered word though the word may not be required.
    “Ebenezar turned toward the walls from which the soldiers were firing. Hits thumped into his robes, but seemed to do little but stir the fabric and then fall at his feet. The old man said, mostly to himself, “You took the wrong contract, boys.”

    Then he swept the Blackstaff from left to right, murmured a word, and ripped the life from a hundred men.

    They just . . . died.

    There was absolutely nothing to mark their deaths. No sign of pain. No struggle. No convulsion of muscles. No reaction at all. One moment they were firing wildly down at us – and the next, they simply –

    Dropped.

    Dead.

    The old man turned to the other wall, and I saw two or three of the brighter soldiers throw their guns down and run. I don’t know if they made it, but the old man swept the Blackstaff through the air again, and the gunmen on that side of the field dropped dead where they stood.

    My godmother watched it happen, and bounced and clapped her hands some more, as delighted as a child at the circus.”
    Changes, Chap 46

  29. Jehrnkierthe February 20, 2013 at 2:21 pm -      #29

    Unfortunately, I also don’t have the books available now.
    I was considering the spell he cast with the Blackstaff to be necromancy, usually spells that make people spontaneously die are. Whatever it was, it was some type of spell he cast and not a power of the staff; the Blackstaff has been stated to only protect the user from the blacklash.

  30. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 2:23 pm -      #30

    right keep forgetting that, still the spell is an epic death spell. It’s the kind of spell you’d want if you were fighting pre schrodinger Alucard that’s for sure.

  31. PrimusxPilus February 20, 2013 at 2:34 pm -      #31

    @GA
    That’s a nice Dedicated level feat. He should fight a red shirt Asha’man. That sounds a lot like a rapid fire FF7 death spell, just dropping dead. He’s immune to that. If you can expound on the mechanics you might persuade me it’s different enough though. Btw now that part of me has died with the end of WoT I need DF books lol

  32. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 2:49 pm -      #32

    @Primus
    I don’t know the mechanics, and after Cold Days part of me questions how honest Butcher was when he said death wasn’t a power of the staff, because everything points to that staff being Mother Winter’s walking stick right now, and Cold Days all but threw up a neon sign saying Mother Winter = Grim Reaper. Of course that’s theory and not canon right now so all we know is he pointed muttered something they died. Simple, effective….make that very effective.
    Yeah, I’m can’t wait for the next book and finding out what Nemesis is maybe, if nothing else hopefully finding out more about the prison under Demon Reach, which was made by quite possibly the most powerful Merlin in fiction and if not then top 3. Dude pulled off a time space feat that would make the Doctor grin. He was at the same point in space at multiple points in time all at the same time, at least 3 that we know of and the prison is in more dimensions than a knowledge spirit can comprehend, the island had to dumb it down for a spirit of knowledge who had to dumb it down further to keep Harry’s head from exploding.

  33. PrimusxPilus February 20, 2013 at 3:00 pm -      #33

    Ah well Sephiroth should therefore be immune to that magic as well. Super hax to the rescue.

    I read you posting that Merlin thing before. VERY impressive and very SS Strange lol.

    That wouldn’t be the first flip flop from an author, won’t be the last.

    This match bro? Is this just a carbon copy of vs Harry?

  34. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 3:11 pm -      #34

    possibly, have to see if Butcher pulls that.

    I like that feat from DF Merlin, its just so epic, Merlins magic is described as the Magic equivalent of Advanced tech looking like magic….so its magic to magic users….

    No, there are differences beyond the Blackstaff item, Ebenezer is allowed to time travel, and or fuck with time, mind rape, kill humans, raise the dead, forciblly polymorph people. Dresden is weak in gravity and earth magic but strong in energy redirection fire wind and decent in force, Ebenezer is strong in gravity earth force kinetics, and is the heavyweight magic champ of the era in a down and dirty fight. Before The Wintet knight boost I would also have said that Dresden is post governer Arnold and Eb is body builder Arnold.

  35. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 8:14 pm -      #35

    looking for the speed resisting ring but did find this.
    ” “I’m your driver, eh?” he mused. “And I suppose you want someone to lock down Mavra’s power, if she’s got access to that much magic.”
    “It hadn’t occurred to me, really,” I lied. “But hey, if you are bored and want to do that to pass the time while you keep the car running, I don’t mind.”
    The old man’s teeth flashed in a wolfish smile. “I’ll keep that in mind, Hoss.”
    “I don’t have anything to use as a channel, though,” I said. “Are you going to be able to target her without hair or blood or something?”
    “Yes,” Ebenezar said. He didn’t elaborate how he’d do it. “Though I doubt I can get her down to nothing. I can prevent her from working anything big, but she might have enough left in her to be annoying.” ”
    Blood Rights pg 216 I’ll see if I can find the information on how he would do that as I keep going but potentially he could limit Sephiroth’s full power.

  36. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 8:27 pm -      #36

    okay here we go
    ” Kincaid stepped out of the van with guns strapped all over attachment points on a suit of black ballistic body armor that looked a generation or two ahead of the latest police-issue. He had one set of big-ass revolvers, a couple of those tiny, deadly machine guns that shoot so fast they sound like a band saw, and a bunch of automatics. They all came in matching pairs, presumably because he had an audition for the lead in a John Woo movie later that day.
    Kincaid donned a second Red Cross jacket to help hide all the weaponry, and added his own matching cap like Murphy’s. He watched Ebenezar’s truck coming, and said, “So who is this guy?”
    Just then Ebenezar’s truck rolled up, its headlights in our eyes until it had all but passed. “So, Hoss,” Ebenezar was saying through the open window. “Who is this hired gun?”
    The old man and the mercenary saw one another and stared at each other from maybe seven or eight feet apart. Time stopped for one of those frozen, crystallized instants. ”
    page 240 of Blood Rights
    —–
    page 241
    ” Kincaid was faster. One of the guns he’d had on him got to his hand so quick it might have been teleported there from under his coat. But even as he raised the gun toward the old wizard, there was a flash of emerald light from a plain steel ring on Ebenezar’s right hand. I felt a low, harsh hum in the air and a surge of dizziness, and Kincaid’s pistol ripped its way out of his fingers and shot away into the shadows of the parking garage.
    I swayed on my feet. Kincaid recovered before I did and a second gun came out from under the Red Cross jacket. I looked up to see Ebenezar settle the old shotgun’s stock against his shoulder, both barrels squarely on Kincaid’s head.
    “What the hell!” I blurted, and threw myself between them. It put Kincaid’s pistol in line with my spine and Ebenezar’s shotgun in line with my head, which seemed like a positive at the moment. As long as I was in front of the weapons, the two couldn’t get a clean shot at each other. “What the hell do you think you’re doing?” I demanded. ”
    There wasn’t any noticeable motion or words said so the ring may be thought based, causes disorientation in a vertigo type fashion and launches the weapon from the opponents hand. Could throw Sephiroth off long enough for Ebenezer to gravity cannon Sephiroth into space, maybe.

  37. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 20, 2013 at 8:41 pm -      #37

    not a feat but
    ” Anger touched Kincaid’s voice. It was a cold thing that lined his words with frost. “Self-defense. If I’d known your fucking wheelman was Blackstaff
    McCoy, I’d have been in another state by now, Dresden. I want nothing to do with him.” ”
    Kincaid is a hitman known as the hellhound half man half demon, personal hired killer of Count Drakul a mysterious demonic being who is incredibly powerful and on around the same level as Odin in universe. Kincaid is also the bodyguard to the Archive a spirit of all recorded knowledge on earth and one of the most powerful beings on earth. To put that in perspective she as a 12 year old girl in series was able to kill multiple members of the Blackened Denarius all Fallen Angels (30 of the baddest of the bad so bad Satan had to bind them in coins to keep them from being a threat) while making them look pretty well like total chumps till they used knockout gas on her. So not a man to laugh at.

  38. Spartan 363 February 23, 2013 at 3:59 am -      #38

    Sephiroth could simply cast Zombie followed by Revive with W-Magic and it’s over before it begins.

    Or cast Reflect to reflect all spells back at Ebenezar, then cast Ultima paired with Quadra-Magic (cast 4 spells back to back in 1 turn), also Ultima ignores magic barriers and reflect spells too.

    He can also just use Hearltess Angel, then teleport in front of him and flick his finger on Ebenezar’s forehead for the killing blow and be at the local burger joint in time for happy hour. Heartless Angel reduces opponents hp to 1, no matter what buff and such.

    Just in case, He can have Final Attack attached to Revive in case he is knocked out.

    For the lulz, he can cast Mini or Frog and step on Ebenezar. He can also use Deathblow with Steal as Well attached to steal Ebenezar’s staff and it’s over.

    With just his magic alone is enough to finish Ebenezar off without resorting to his lightning fast swordplay.

    Sephiroth doesn’t need Materia, when he spent his time in the Lifestream, he gained to ability to use all magic without needing Materia.

    Also his sword is spawned via the Lifestream, so there is no chance of disarming him as it’s part of him now. He can manifest the Masamune at will from the Lifestream.

  39. Zazax February 23, 2013 at 5:12 am -      #39

    “Sephiroth could simply cast Zombie followed by Revive with W-Magic and it’s over before it begins.”
    FF7 is one of the only Final Fantasy games without a ‘Zombie’ status. There’s undead enemies, and revive Kills Zombie still applies to them, but there’s no way to inflict Undeath on foes.

    “Or cast Reflect to reflect all spells back at Ebenezar”
    To be fair there are spells that go through Reflect, (such as Ultima, as you’ve helpfully pointed out). If ebenezar has anything similar to those Elemental Compatibility may apply.

    “Heartless Angel reduces opponents hp to 1, no matter what buff and such.”
    HP is a game mechanic and so Heartless Angel is usually completely ignored in debates. Nothing stopping him from just lopping Ebenezar’s head off after a teleport, though.

    “Just in case, He can have Final Attack attached to Revive in case he is knocked out.”
    We don’t know if he can simulate pairing materia with his ‘I can use all magic’ hax, so this may not work. We have no info one way or the other.

    “with Steal as Well attached to steal Ebenezar’s staff and it’s over.”
    Probably game mechanics…

    Anyways, I’m personally a fan of Remove or a W-Quad-Magic’d Death. Stop is always a good one too.

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