Iron Man & War Machine Vs Jango Fett & Boba Fett

Iron Man & War Machine Vs Jango Fett & Boba Fett

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Iron Man and War Machine (Live Action Movie Versions) from Marvel face off against the most famous bounty hunters from Star Wars in Jango Fett and Boba Fett (All Versions)

Battle takes place on Tatooine.

Tusken Raiders and Jawas are aware of the battle and are able to interfere with both parties.

Would the galaxy’s best bounty hunters gain a win or would the two armored avengers be to much for them to handle?

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183 Comments on "Iron Man & War Machine Vs Jango Fett & Boba Fett"

  1. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 8:53 am -      #1

    YAY My match got posted.And also first comment! Awesomeness

  2. Master161295 March 1, 2013 at 9:06 am -      #2

    Iron Man would stomp with his chest laser. War Machine would provide pretty good cover with his machine gun. The Fetts would have some fun with their rockets, though…..

  3. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 9:15 am -      #3

    After thinnking it over again I think the tusken raiders and jawas are a non-factor at the least and a minor annoyance at best.

    On the subject of iron mans chest lazer he has to be able to hit one of the fetts with it and both fetts can move around and dodge with the jetpacks really quickly.

    My opinion for this match is:

    Boba > War Machine
    Iron man > Jango

    and than it comes down to Boba vs Iron Man

    but only if thats who each fighter attacks first which isnt a certain thing.

  4. Hermit March 1, 2013 at 9:22 am -      #4

    “All Versions”
    .
    Composite?

    It’s a matter of who ticks off the locals first. The moment one side does, it alerts the other group to their positions (if they’re close enough), and now they have TWO groups of people trying to kill them.

  5. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 9:27 am -      #5

    @hermit

    I meant both eu, non-canon and movie

    combined

    when i said all versions
    sorry for confusion

  6. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 9:28 am -      #6

    also i dont think the locals have a chance of stopping either side

    personally jawas suck as much as the ewoks lol

    and tusken raiders just exist to grunt and make funny noises before getting sliced in half and crap like that

  7. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 9:29 am -      #7

    but i guess the jawas could use that droid zapping thing that shuts down electronics on the iron man and war machine side

    i dont know if that would work or not

  8. xvScorchvx March 1, 2013 at 10:20 am -      #8

    this would more than likely be a battle in the air so id say jawas and raiders are out.

  9. xvScorchvx March 1, 2013 at 10:30 am -      #9

    from what i know, Iron Man and War Machine would have more mobility since theyre means of thrust is in their hands and feet thus able to react quicker than a backpack jet pack. But im not very familiar with the Fetts extended universe either so this is just speculation. The only thing i can think of in Fett’s favor would be disintegration since we’ve seen Stark’s armor take a tank shot without receiving so much as a dent making the jet pack rockets seem useless.

  10. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 10:35 am -      #10

    yeah but this is also the live action movie iron man and armor in those movies were much weaker than the comics version but yes they are still very strong

    but so are the fetts armor as well

    do the fetts have armor that could stop war machines machine gun bullets
    because fetts armor can take blaster shots they should stand up to mahcine gun bullets as well

  11. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 10:49 am -      #11

    200 petawatt laser.

  12. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 11:00 am -      #12

    yeah of the characters IronMan was not nerfed that hard compared to Thor and Hulk. Especially when he’s about to go Extremis and possibly Bleeding Edge if they feel like it. So…yeah

  13. SgCombine March 1, 2013 at 11:19 am -      #13

    “I meant both eu, non-canon and movie”

    When you say non-canon, you’re referring to the EU right?

  14. Gluttonous-Behemoth March 1, 2013 at 11:24 am -      #14

    Taaaank Missileeee.

    Sorry. In this case, IM’s means of flight are superior to either Fett. Supersonic flight and arguably better maneuverability. And both of the Marvels have a lot of dakka to throw around, going by all the toys we’ve seen Tony use in the films. Maybe if Fetts had an extremely powerful electromag weapon to knock out Tony’s heart…But that doesn’t seem like it will happen. IM could probably just fly away, and then ram the fetts at high speed; mass and speed IM and WW have in spades, and Mando armor or not, that’s bound to hurt a good bit.

    Who knows? Anyone got a mind for how the Fetts could win?

  15. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:44 am -      #15

    @guardian tardis
    This only include live action movie iron man
    not extremis or bleeding edge those are comic arcs

    @sgtcombine
    Yeah sorry for the extra comma it was accidently typed. That is what i meant.
    but i also wantted to include cartoon or video game incarnationns of the fetts in this as well

    @gluttonous behemoth
    since this match uses all versions of the fetts both fetts do have an emp grenade but it wouldnt be effective if iron man or waar machine got out of range before the detonation

  16. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 11:46 am -      #16

    “do the fetts have armor that could stop war machines machine gun bullets
    because fetts armor can take blaster shots they should stand up to mahcine gun bullets as well”

    They have armour that is pretty much lightsaber-proof.

  17. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:47 am -      #17

    than yeah pretty sure bullets dont penetrate

  18. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:49 am -      #18

    mycorebeliefs.wordpress.com/2012/01/13/best-comic-ever/

    also boba fett did this and came out alive and less beaten than his opponent.

  19. Storm117 March 1, 2013 at 11:50 am -      #19

    This is a pretty interesting match.
    @wade wilson
    good job :D

  20. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:52 am -      #20
  21. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:53 am -      #21

    @storm117

    thanks i wasnt sure if it would be a hit or not

    ive suggested several this week when i realized matches havent been really good for a while and i decided to take matters into my own hands

  22. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 11:55 am -      #22

    “They have armour that is pretty much lightsaber-proof.”
    “than yeah pretty sure bullets dont penetrate”

    Wait, how does ligthsaber proof equal bulletproof? I mean I’m pretty sure they are bulletproof because I think ZomB had a qoute or something about slugthrowers. But lightsaber=bullet seems off considering they doe different types of damage.

  23. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:57 am -      #23

    aslo his father jango fought in the jedi mandalorian war

    and in a battle btetween like 100’s of mandalorians vs a ton of jedi he came out as the only survivor and had killed several jedi with bare hands while unarmed

  24. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 11:58 am -      #24

    @lowk

    lazer that cuts throuh anything > than metal slug that bounces off rocks and metal and is stopped with kevlar

  25. PwNaGE TraiN March 1, 2013 at 12:04 pm -      #25

    Well Iron Man and War Machine have the air superiority, even though Jango and Boba have jetpacks. I think if they want to win they will have to primarily stay on the ground and try to get Iron Man and War Machine on the ground with them. I think that is their best chance in this match is too stay on the ground, take out War Machine first together since almost all his weapons do not penetrate their armor. Then they could possibly gang up on mister Iron Man. Then It would probably be very interesting, i’m think maybe Iron Man (despite my inner fanboy yelling at me), solely because of his repulser rays in his gauntlets. They can fire pretty fast, and i’m not really sure what the hell they actually fire, but it looks like pure energy. I’m betting that that can make it through their armor, giving mister Iron Man the win.

  26. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 12:05 pm -      #26

    “Wait, how does ligthsaber proof equal bulletproof?”

    Mandalorian armour has also tanked concussive missiles before in the form of wrist rockets and such. Mainly that lightsabers have a tendency to vaporize nearly everything they touch, including durasteel.

    “lazer that cuts throuh anything > than metal slug that bounces off rocks and metal and is stopped with kevlar”

    Actually, a lightsaber isn’t a laser at all; it is super-hot plasma encased in a magnetic sheath.

  27. PwNaGE TraiN March 1, 2013 at 12:11 pm -      #27

    @Marcel
    Do you know what Iron Man’s repulser rays fire?

  28. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 12:17 pm -      #28

    @marcel

    I knew that I just didn’t think before I posted it and was trying to type fast and save time.

    @pawnage train
    Yeah I’m also pretty sure that war machine gets taken out somehow at some point during the battle

  29. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 12:19 pm -      #29

    Also the plasma is generated by crystals

  30. Crimson Sentry March 1, 2013 at 12:33 pm -      #30

    Definitely thinking this is a stomp for iron man, his speed if much better than the fetts and even though they have rockets he has flares so…yea…. I think teh lazers are too much for the fetts.

  31. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 12:41 pm -      #31

    @Wade
    movie 3 introduces Extremis, we don’t know what it gives him but one trailer showed him summoning one of the gauntlets to his hand.
    Even then Iron Man and War Machine are faster, stronger, more maneuverable, and have higher degree of fire power.

  32. uhnioin March 1, 2013 at 1:12 pm -      #32

    I think that this is a stomp in Iron Man and War machine’s favour. The Jawas and Tuskens are no problem, yet they are able to go supersonic and have an edge in mobility and firepower. They would pretty much fly circles around Jango and Boba unless they pulled out their ship.

  33. SgCombine March 1, 2013 at 1:14 pm -      #33

    “Even then Iron Man and War Machine are faster, stronger, more maneuverable, and have higher degree of fire power.”

    Pretty much why I think IM and WM have this. They can also keep their distance a lot easier and as Behemoth mentioned, ram into the Fetts at supersonic speed.

    Question: Whats the max range on Ironman’s repulsor weapons?

  34. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 1:19 pm -      #34

    @Combine
    the repulsors….depends on the setting I think but I’d say at least as good as the worst rifle range with a scope (I mean a scope for actual range not like an assault rifle would have). He never really uses or needs them for sniping that I recall but IM2 he may have a couple of times.

  35. Envoy March 1, 2013 at 1:52 pm -      #35

    “Maybe if Fetts had an extremely powerful electromag weapon to knock out Tony’s heart…But that doesn’t seem like it will happen.”
    +
    I happen to remember Who? mentioning an Ion blaster on Boba Vs Vile, it overloaded an IG-88 so maybe it’ll work here?
    +
    Here’s a quote from his post:
    “The high-power weapon slammed a cloud of crackling blue electricity into him, enveloping him with a flood of short circuits, a mass of contradictory impulses that shut down his systems in spite of his shielding. Ion cannons produced no physical damage, no thermal emissions -they simply shut down electronic systems.
    And IG-88 was one enormous set of electronics. Boba Fett had been waiting for him, not Han Solo.
    His body disconnected, his mind scrambled. Thoughts flickered like richocheting projectiles inside a sealed metal room, and IG-88 lost all control. He jittered, stuttered, his arms flailed. His weapons refused to fire. His optical sensors fiiled with static, frying, recovering, then frying again.
    The ion cannon bombardment stopped, and his self-repairing systems gave him one instant of vision, a video frame: Boba Fett emerging from the shadows, holding a portable ion cannon like a bazooka. Boba Fett fired again, personally this time. A blast of electrical fire like a comet struck IG-88′s chest and bowled him over so that his multi-metric-ton body smashed into the metal walls, denting them as he tumbled to the ground.
    Boba Fett strode forward, lookeing through the black slit in his Mandalorian helmet. “No microtracker is too small to evade my inspection. I found your device on my ship.”
    -Tales of the Bounty Hunters

    =
    “They can also keep their distance a lot easier and as Behemoth mentioned, ram into the Fetts at supersonic speed.”
    +
    We don’t really know how maneuverable they are at that speed, or the necessary room they need to breach the sound barrier. It could just take one jetpack assisted jump to the left and Team 1 just whooshes by.

  36. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 2:13 pm -      #36

    @Envoy
    well they have a whole planet to play with so space to breach it shouldn’t be a problem. War Machine might have trouble, but then again isn’t Rhode’s a pilot or was he just Air Force brass or something. It’s been a while since I watched those movies.
    As for Ironman that’s part of why his newest armor had the back mounted jetpack for greater combat maneuverability, the hands weren’t necessary for speed to be maintained anymore so they could either blast or steer.
    Besides that would the Fett’s be able to react to the Ironmen close enough that they couldn’t move as well so they still ram them?

  37. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 2:16 pm -      #37

    “Do you know what Iron Man’s repulser rays fire?”

    Nothing hot enough to vaporize metal, if that’s what you were asking.

    The Fetts definitely have the advantage from close range. From afar they have sufficient firepower to also damage the Iron duo. It doesn’t look like the Fetts can be actually damaged except for in a few specific spots by Ironman and War machine, either.

  38. PwNaGE TraiN March 1, 2013 at 2:33 pm -      #38

    Yeah mainly the repulser rays, and Iron Man’s chest cannon thingl

  39. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 2:37 pm -      #39

    “Yeah mainly the repulser rays, and Iron Man’s chest cannon thingl”

    I’ve never seen the movie versions of either vaporizing metal.

  40. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 2:39 pm -      #40

    Iron Man’s lil shoulder lasers should be helpful for hitting joints and necks.
    And how do they have a firepower advantage?

  41. PwNaGE TraiN March 1, 2013 at 2:41 pm -      #41

    Alright well I was just thinking that, because I think the beams are just energy, they would be able to at pierce it I would be think.

  42. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 2:46 pm -      #42

    “And how do they have a firepower advantage?”

    If you are asking how the Fetts have the firepower advantage, I never said that. I simply said they had enough of it to damage the Iron warriors from afar; that is very different from claiming an advantage.

  43. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 2:53 pm -      #43

    @Marcel
    close range you said they had the edge.
    “The Fetts definitely have the advantage from close range.”
    considering they have laughably inferior strength and speed firepower is the only edge possible.

  44. Richard Rider March 1, 2013 at 2:55 pm -      #44

    Can the Fetts call in Slave 1 like in the Boba Fett Vs. Iron Man match?

  45. Envoy March 1, 2013 at 2:59 pm -      #45

    “As for Ironman that’s part of why his newest armor had the back mounted jetpack for greater combat maneuverability, the hands weren’t necessary for speed to be maintained anymore so they could either blast or steer.”
    +
    To what extent does it enhance manuverability?
    =
    “Besides that would the Fett’s be able to react to the Ironmen close enough that they couldn’t move as well so they still ram them?”
    +
    Unless that increased mobility backpack can make a 90 degree turn at mach speeds Team 1 will have to come at the Fetts in a straight line paralel to the ground. They’d see them coming.
    +
    Could the Iron Men survive hitting anything at supersonic speeds? It could just be a double KO.
    =
    “Iron Man’s lil shoulder lasers should be helpful for hitting joints and necks.”
    +
    IIRC the cloth the Fetts wear is blaster resistant.
    =
    “And how do they have a firepower advantage?”
    +
    Disintegrator Rifles, which they have in spades, shoot out blaster bolts that disintegrate what they hit.

  46. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 3:11 pm -      #46

    I’ll repeat because I love the word so much. At any moment IM can unleash a full powered shoot from a 200 PETAWATT LASER!
    www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=FF7vH8OifxU#t=264s

    “200 petawatts is significantly more power that our entire race generates at any given moment, and in fact more total power than Earth receives from the sun.”
    www.dvice.com/archives/2011/04/new-laser-will.php

    Marvel Researcher 1: What figure can we can insert that shows just how powerful his new weapon is?
    Marvel Researcher 2: Giagwatt, no; PETAWATT! 200 PETAWATTS!

  47. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 3:40 pm -      #47

    Ironman does also seem to have a passive energy absorption ability as shown with Thor Vs Ironman. So energy weapons the fetts are using may not be as effective if they hit. Not sure about War machine.

    War machine can apparently hit mach 8 going by the official website.

  48. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 4:34 pm -      #48

    Older version could brake from mach 2 to 0 in a few second
    i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd485/infamousColeMacgrath/Marvel/Iron%20Man/IMmovieAirbreaks_zps8f799439.png

    Manages to stop before hitting civilians quickly fly away.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXAAeef2gAk

    Breaks mid-flight quickly to change directions. Also when redirecting the nuke it shows he’s got thrusters on the other side to help adjusting mid flight.
    www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=FZk4U9pxOVo#t=7s

    Avoiding objects at highspeed. At around 4:00 he show him breaking instantly and blasting a Chitauri, then outspeeding the other that passed him again while navigating through a city.
    www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=KWZ17vauHck#t=192s
    Also I forgot about the 2 repulsor blast thing they could do together that could probably do some damage to the Fetts.

  49. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 4:39 pm -      #49

    “considering they have laughably inferior strength and speed firepower is the only edge possible.”

    Ah, suppose I should have specified. Most of the Fett’s weapons cater better to short-to-medium range as opposed to longer distances. They have more options up close.

    As for the advantages:
    1. Strength: obvious advantage Ironmen
    2. Flying speed: advantage Ironmen
    3. Combat (hand-to-hand) speed: advantage Fetts, each have fought Jedi and Sith before, sometimes several while unarmed, and either won outright or forced a stalemate.
    4. Reaction time: advantage Fetts for tagging Jedi and Sith known to have precog that operates at nigh lightspeed levels (e.g.Obi-wan and Darth Vader)
    5. Firepower intensity: could potentially go either way, but for a charged up shot, Probably advantage Ironmen.
    6. Firepower diversity: advantage Fetts.

    “I’ll repeat because I love the word so much. At any moment IM can unleash a full powered shoot from a 200 PETAWATT LASER!”

    …isn’t that only from the comics?

    “So energy weapons the fetts are using may not be as effective if they hit. Not sure about War machine.”

    Depends on the weapon, I suppose. An electrical discharge sure would spike the systems, but overload and penetration are also factors. Regular Stormtrooper rifle shots blew holes in metal walls. Both Fetts have blaster weapons that operate well beyond a standard military blaster. Fett has even overcharged his shot to destroy a tank-like vehicle from pure energy. Also, there is the disruptor rifle, which is capable of shredding through starship hulls. Next, the ion cannon, which specializes in mechanical shutdowns. After that, we have the thermal detonator, the powerful types being strong enough to destroy a building laughably larger than a skyscraper (Xizor’s palace).

    It would also be quite hard to catch the Fetts off-guard due to their rangefinders, the little antennae on their helmets that allow for 360 degree vision without having to turn one’s head.

  50. Dassadec March 1, 2013 at 4:42 pm -      #50

    “The battle takes place on tattoine”

    Well CiS says Boba becomes Sarlacc food(again) lol

  51. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 4:45 pm -      #51

    @ Dassadec

    Pretty sure that was PIS as opposed to CIS, as Fett has never had a similar epic fail like that before or since.

  52. Dassadec March 1, 2013 at 4:50 pm -      #52

    Since it is a composite Boba he’s fallen in like 3 times hasn’t he?

  53. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 4:59 pm -      #53

    Well while my IM maneuverability post is awaiting moderation(3 videos is apparently to much), I put some other info from the outdated armor from 2.
    ===
    Repulsor could apparently dissolve matter.
    i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd485/infamousColeMacgrath/Marvel/Iron%20Man/Ironmanmovierepulsor_zps407c7118.png

    Can control his projectiles after they’ve been fired
    i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd485/infamousColeMacgrath/Marvel/Iron%20Man/IronmanmovieST_zpsb465d455.png

    Can launch 4 missile
    i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd485/infamousColeMacgrath/Marvel/Iron%20Man/Minimissile_zps6a7fbe36.png

    Radar, environmental sensors, has radar resistance, target lock avoidance, can cloak for brief moments, can link with other computers.
    i1222.photobucket.com/albums/dd485/infamousColeMacgrath/Marvel/Iron%20Man/WirelessandRadar_zps810a2664.png
    He hacked into Black widows ship’s PA to play shoot to thrill

  54. SgCombine March 1, 2013 at 5:00 pm -      #54

    “Since it is a composite Boba he’s fallen in like 3 times hasn’t he?”

    Yup.

  55. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 5:02 pm -      #55

    “…isn’t that only from the comics?”

    Nope, that was tied to the avengers/marvel movieverse. It before he started building the armor that caught him as he was falling.

  56. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 5:07 pm -      #56

    “Combat (hand-to-hand) speed”

    May not be as good but Old mark 3 suit has shown great reactions in dodging the tank round. That plus the strength advantage should help right?

  57. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 5:32 pm -      #57

    Lot of homing missiles

  58. Envoy March 1, 2013 at 5:38 pm -      #58

    “Ironman does also seem to have a passive energy absorption ability as shown with Thor Vs Ironman. So energy weapons the fetts are using may not be as effective if they hit. ”
    +
    Question, is the suit that fought Thor the same one that fought Vanko? Because he didn’t absorb energy at all in IM2, and Ivan used arc reactors in his stuff. I think that it was Thor’s lightning charging the suit because cartoon logic.
    +
    machine+electricity=good
    +
    machine+water=bad
    +
    Though I don’t think water would hurt IM or WM, especially cuz o dat opening scene in Avengers.

  59. Crimson Sentry March 1, 2013 at 5:39 pm -      #59

    Actually I just realized something, iron mans suit was taking punishment from thors hammer so even more gg. that mofos hammer can even crush the hulk if he doesn’t play around

  60. Crimson Sentry March 1, 2013 at 5:41 pm -      #60

    I don’t see anything the fetts have could get through that armor. and if there is please name one. the ion cannon would be one thing that could damage him but i can’t think of anything else. btw tony does have tracking rockets of his own which I may add blew up a tank laughably easily. I think it was an abrams

  61. Crimson Sentry March 1, 2013 at 5:47 pm -      #61

    also dem lazers that iron man has I think would absolutely wreck the fetts (the red ones from iron man two that cut the drones clean in half)

  62. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 5:56 pm -      #62

    “Question, is the suit that fought Thor the same one that fought Vanko? Because he didn’t absorb energy at all in IM2, and Ivan used arc reactors in his stuff.”

    Not sure. They looked a little different but maybe. Of course this is Tony, he’s pretty known for trying upgrade to make sure what happen in the past doesn’t happen again(see icing issue).
    ===
    “I think that it was Thor’s lightning charging the suit because cartoon logic.”

    Maybe. Just though I’d like to note that it has does it.

  63. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 5:58 pm -      #63

    “Just though I’d like to note that it has does it.”

    Though should be thought, does should be done.

  64. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 5:59 pm -      #64

    “Actually I just realized something, iron mans suit was taking punishment from thors hammer so even more gg. that mofos hammer can even crush the hulk if he doesn’t play around”

    Movie Thor showed nothing remotely as impressive as Comic Thor; that makes the hammer-resistant feat exponentially less.

    “I don’t see anything the fetts have could get through that armor. and if there is please name one.”

    Thermal detonator and disruptor rifle.

  65. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 6:01 pm -      #65

    The armor that got wrecked in Avengers is the one from IM2, the one he uses to wreck the Chitauri is that on roids.
    On the armors and arc reactors and Thor, rumor has it this universes arc reactor is based on the tesseract’s power source capabilities which is how Stark sr. made a new element. Because its an alien god elementy thing. Supposedly (no word of god confirming or denying) that’s why the armor soaked up Thor’s lightning like a sponge.
    Personally I think it’s cause Tony said “You know what Jarvis, I need to make it so this thing will just absorb electricity or lightning so if I get hit by lightning when flying or crash into a substation I’ll just get a power boost.” I can totally see him doing that while sipping a mohito

  66. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 6:06 pm -      #66

    “also dem lazers that iron man has I think would absolutely wreck the fetts (the red ones from iron man two that cut the drones clean in half)”

    Umm…Because those lasers were melting metal whereas a lightsaber straight-up vaporizes it? Remember that the Fett’s armour is lightsaber-proof.

  67. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 6:08 pm -      #67

    “Movie Thor showed nothing remotely as impressive as Comic Thor; that makes the hammer-resistant feat exponentially less.”
    are we counting pwning the giant Frost monster? And for Thor himself there’s matching movie Hulk, who while not to the level of comic Hulk showed pretty damned impressive strength, and Thor also rocked him worse than Abomination did. Then there’s the hammer meets shield moment, the shockwave from the collision leveled part of a forest. So for the movie verse Thor is an extremely powerful and strong person, and the Fett’s punching the armor would likely end up with cracked or broken hands.
    ————
    For some reason I picture Tony catching a thermal det, it blowing up, him laughing, the Fetts starring dumbfounded as lasers decapitate them.

  68. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 6:09 pm -      #68

    @Marcel
    correction
    Boba’s standard most recent armor is lightsaber proof
    considering how Jango died it’s a safe bet Ironman is more lightsaber proof than Jango.

  69. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 6:12 pm -      #69

    “Boba’s standard most recent armor is lightsaber proof. Considering how Jango died it’s a safe bet Ironman is more lightsaber proof than Jango.”

    Jango’s armour was also made of Mandalorian iron; the creases, however, weren’t. There is a reason Mace Windu specifically went for Jango’s neck.

  70. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 6:16 pm -      #70

    Actually; I admit major flub. Looked it up to double-check, and ignore post #68. My bad, Guardian!

  71. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 6:18 pm -      #71

    “For some reason I picture Tony catching a thermal det, it blowing up, him laughing, the Fetts starring dumbfounded as lasers decapitate them.”

    Even ones on par with the det that blew up Xizor’s palace?

  72. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 6:19 pm -      #72

    @Guardian
    no big deal, I realized that was a bad example of why it wasn’t after I posted but figured you’d look it up to counter and would see that it wasn’t saber proof anyway.

  73. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 6:20 pm -      #73

    @Marcel*
    —–
    and as for det that blew up Xizor, you’ll have to enlighten me I don’t know that one.

  74. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 6:24 pm -      #74

    “Because those lasers were melting metal whereas a lightsaber straight-up vaporizes it? Remember that the Fett’s armour is lightsaber-proof.”

    The laser didn’t melt the hammer drones. It’s completely cut through them easily leaving sliced robot bits with heated edges where the part that used to connect them was lasered out.

  75. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 6:26 pm -      #75

    “Even ones on par with the det that blew up Xizor’s palace?”

    I’m assuming this
    starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Xizor's_Palace
    Has Boba been shown using ones as powerful?

  76. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 6:41 pm -      #76

    “I’m assuming this
    starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Xizor’s_Palace”

    Yes.

    “Has Boba been shown using ones as powerful?”

    Not that I can recall offhand, but unless I am greatly mistaken the blast power itself is roughly the same no matter what the thermal detonator. The difference is in the blast radius, which can be set anywhere from 5 to 100 meters. After that, the blast field collapses, allowing for not even the shockwave created by the blast to travel beyond said radius. If the Iron duo are outside the blast radius, they wouldn’t even get hurt if they were not wearing their armour; INSIDE the blast radius is an entirely different matter.

  77. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 6:54 pm -      #77

    So I think most of us agree the iron men take this battle as a win

    I would like to suggest iron man and war machine for factpile award

    Anyone else agree

  78. Amm0vamp1r3 March 1, 2013 at 6:57 pm -      #78

    I don’t think this would fit the bill for the FP award,I thought it would be better than it turned out to be.

  79. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 7:13 pm -      #79

    “I don’t think this would fit the bill for the FP award”

    Actually, I think it would, as the Fetts can still damage the Ironmen. Jango dies fairly quickly due to lower-grade armour, but Boba could actually last a while and prolly take down War Machine Fairly quick if he used his go-to weapon in a disruptor rifle. Then it would come down to Stark and Fett, in which Fett could still damage Stark, but without Jango, I have a hard time seeing him winning if Tony decides to simply make it a long-range battle situation, which he has the tools and smarts to maintain.

    “I thought it would be better than it turned out to be.”

    So did I. I am going to say the Iron duo for the FP.

  80. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 7:45 pm -      #80

    Yeah it sounded better in theory than when you actually work the scenario. Out

    A couple other battles I suggested recently may turn out to be better as I’ve come up with some good ones lately

  81. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 7:52 pm -      #81

    yeah, Jango while badass doesn’t have chops to really help in this fight, worst case scenario is Boba has to pull out his lightsaber he carries to try and fight the Ironmen, He may be able to take down War Machine, but it’s not as likely and I don’t know if he’d be able to handle the sheer fury Tony would unleash after that, Phil Coulson was a friend and Tony got pissed at Loki for that one, kill Rhodes? His BEST Friend, your going to have your head shoved so far up your ass you can taste your own face.

  82. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 7:57 pm -      #82

    @Wade
    If nothing else it’s not a bad match, I’d say it’s a fairly worth it fight, may get an award, though with only one page of debate not likely. But believe me it’s not a horrible match, and overall it’s probably one of the better matches involving Boba.

  83. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 7:58 pm -      #83

    @ Guardian

    In all fairness, all it would take was one or two shots from a disruptor rifle to bring down War Machine. After that, Boba has his hands full–most likely too full. Is that two nominations then?

  84. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 8:00 pm -      #84

    @Marcel
    yeah, Boba should be able to take down War Machine at least a few times in the hundred battles, and may even get a lucky lightsaber strike or two on IronMan, but in the end it just isn’t enough for the badass bounty hunter.
    What’s sad though is how much more badass he is than his dad.

  85. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 8:00 pm -      #85

    “If nothing else it’s not a bad match, I’d say it’s a fairly worth it fight, may get an award, though with only one page of debate not likely. But believe me it’s not a horrible match, and overall it’s probably one of the better matches involving Boba.”

    This.

    @ Lowk

    Before this wraps up, could you PLEASE tell me where I could find some comic scans on them? I have a REALLY good idea for a potential match, but I don’t want to say it here. (the scans would also help in relevance of this match)

  86. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 8:01 pm -      #86

    WOW, whoops, lol. By “them,” I meant the Chitauri.

  87. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 8:04 pm -      #87

    @Marcel
    check out anything about Ultimate’s and the Ultimate universe, their that universes equivalents of the Skrull, who were originally going to be the forces in Avengers, but Marvel doesn’t have the Fantastic Four movie rights back yet…so they did this to counter that….etc.

  88. Amm0vamp1r3 March 1, 2013 at 8:06 pm -      #88

    What would have been cool if you added all the main hunters of star wars, The guy with the hat in the animated series,Jango,Bobba and the other one I think his names starts with an R or something

    But Yea Ill put mine in for the Iron Team

  89. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 8:06 pm -      #89

    @Marcel
    not scans but here’s the wiki page on them
    marvel.wikia.com/Chitauri

  90. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 8:13 pm -      #90

    @Amm0
    Boba curb stomped Cad Bane (hat guy) in their fight so that wouldn’t have helped.

  91. Wade Wilson March 1, 2013 at 8:40 pm -      #91

    @guardian in tardis

    Thanks for making me feel better about my first attempt at battle requesting

  92. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 8:42 pm -      #92

    @Wade
    no problem, everyone suggests bad matches once in a while. This isn’t one.
    search the site if you don’t believe me. One particularly bad one is Deathstar vs English Bulldog.

  93. Amm0vamp1r3 March 1, 2013 at 8:43 pm -      #93

    Oh well then *shrugs* Iron man just outclasses the hunters

  94. Amm0vamp1r3 March 1, 2013 at 8:44 pm -      #94

    Yea I have tons of bad matches out there

  95. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 9:07 pm -      #95

    “Before this wraps up, could you PLEASE tell me where I could find some comic scans on them?”

    FactpileTopia has a small respect thread on him
    Also
    www.narutoforums.com/showthread.php?t=689152
    I can’t find much on WM all I have is a few current comics basically he’s Ironman lite except with cloaking and phasing tech.

  96. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 9:13 pm -      #96

    @Lowk
    he meant the Chitauri

  97. Professor ParaLowk March 1, 2013 at 9:15 pm -      #97

    “he meant the Chitauri”

    Oh. I got nothing on them.

  98. Marcel March 1, 2013 at 9:17 pm -      #98

    @ Guardian

    Thanks, that helps a little; I was also really wondering where to go to look for feats for them. Do you have any suggestions?

    @ Ammo

    Kain and Raz vs Link and Ganon was/is awesome. It’s been a while since I debated in a match that close.

  99. Amm0vamp1r3 March 1, 2013 at 9:20 pm -      #99

    @Marcel

    Yea I haven’t been there in a while but It was a good one

  100. The Guardian in the TARDIS March 1, 2013 at 9:23 pm -      #100

    @Marcel
    only thing I can think is to google “Chitauri Respect Thread” that’s how I usually find stuff.

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