Kenshiro can stand against him because all he has to do is hit a pressure point and it can be fatal to anyone through exploding; although all Saitama has to do is punch Kenshiro and he wins. It's very debatable between the two, nonetheless it would still be a cool fight.
With hellsing i assume you mean Alucard, i don't know he may be immortal and has all that creepy vampire stuff but he is not a planet buster like Saitama, i remember you that baldy can destroy planets with a very small piece of his power.
Asura however, would perfect for a match with the baldy.
Omnipresent is not really necessary, ONE has confirmed his power actually has no limits whatsoever, and that he can destroy planets with an small porcent of his power along the fact that in his normal stance he can easily overpower an black hole (remember that alien who was the right hand of Boros? he used telekinesis to create the gravity of an black hole and Saitama didn't even blink).
Also there is media that features beings or objects that can destroy universes, for example Bne 10 omniverse once featured an weapon that was invented by normal aliens that could destroy an entire universe when activated.
Larkman is the other user name, but yes Orb is worse, still Larkman also fails to see how their argument is barely an argument giving it has many flaws and they only won cause the moderators unfairly banned me.
The moderators are worse people than them, at least they are only guilty of being unreasonable users who can't tell how wrong and inchorent they are, the mods that banned me are guilty of far worse.
Hmm i don't know about that one i mean it's true that Morrigan is immortal, but she is capable of dying, so Saitama has her with one punch. Although maybe Morrigan can use her Doppelganger ability to confuse him.
Hmm maybe, who knows and with Morrigan's power restored she is going to live twice as long anyways so you might as well say she's immortal however in a fight Morrigan isn't invincible and it's hard to say if she can survive a punch from Saitama. What are your thoughts?
Morrigan's power does not change nothing about her lifespan, like i said succubus live far longer than humans but die at certain age (although remain hot as hell even in their death-bed according darkstalkers' lore), even with half of her total power missing, she was on par (probably above) Pyron, who is basically an fire Galactus and who even had his own galaxy. When fusing with Lilith, she could defeat Jedah who was an dimensional powerful being, apparently with little effort, and fights the likes of Ghost Rider as a game.
I don't think she'd win, but i think she would give Saitama an true challenge, plus giving how she is she would probably try to seduce him and give him "a hero's reward" XD.
Succubus live (if good feeding) like 400 or 500 years, don't know if that counts as a millennium, in the udon comics she is 300 but you and i know we shouldn't take those comics as anything referent to her.
Still, we are talking about battle, and death or not the important is who would win.
Besides, i would really like see her seducing Saitama.
Do you think Saitama can be considered omnipotent? Although he only has physical abilities, he is so skilled with them that can even make high variety of prowess with his abilities (like air jumping or the afterimages) also he is apparently immune to all kind of attacks and illness, and his power knows no limits.
That still couldn't classify him as omnipotent, Omnipotents can also destroy a universe and many others just by thinking it. So Saitama wouldn't stand a chance against Zeno from Dbz since all Zeno has to do is think. Omnipotent beings can also recreate universes if they wish.
So basically it's about having unlimited power (which Saitama has according to ONE) but not sure for the anything part. I mean, there is things zeno can't do (like fight) so maybe it's debatable how omnipotence truly works, but it's about having unlimited power.
I don't want you to think about me as an fanboy, i just think he could be considered omnipotent in a way.
You know, regarding Saitama's page i think i got a solution, seems that Red did cause i was undoing his edits since he was removing categories before i could prove why those categories were or weren't right with Saitama; irony as i wanted to do the same to avoid Red kept doing it, but he thought first.
Well, i think that i can get into reason, convince him of agreeing to unlock the page and don't undone his clean up before discussing the categories in the thread about the categories like we were doing.
He doesn't have to snap his fingers. All he needs to do is clench his fist to freeze time and then it'll basically be one-sided battle (or a very long one, given Saitama's resistance to damage). But then again, it depends on who gets the first move.
Hey this may be something just of mine, but what if Saitama is immune to reality warping and time manipulation powers? I mean he has proved to be immune to gravity attacks and telekinesis in general, and he can even negate intangibility.
That's not even taking in account he can use shockwaves to attack at large distance and afterimages to distract and attack his enemies.
He also is not able to breathe in space or fly, but can survive the vaccum and gravity has no effect on him.
There is a reason he is considered a god, even though he has weaknesses, these are still not so dangerous to him. I say the infinite stones have no direct effect on him but can still be useful to kill him.
Disagree, there is a reason he wiped innumerable planets before even starting to search for the stones, I'm saying that with the stones he becomes powerful enough to take on the really big ones like Saitama.
You know he can control cosmic energy without the stones right?
Thanos alone has the intellect of Iron Man, the strength of Hulk, the cosmic power of Silver Surfer and the durability of Captain America's shield. Do you think anybody can use the infinity stones and be alive? Heck I think he also has magic, and he has a whole army that he alone built and dominated, not to say he is also a master weapon, strategist and combatant (though he isn't really a martial artist).
Hulk could beat Thanos if he really wanted you have to go by the comics as the cinematic universe does it a little differently although i will say hulk doesn't have a chance if Thanos has all the stones.
I haven't read the comics or seen Endgame, so I'm kind of lost here on the subject of cosmic power.
But as for Saitama vs. the Infinity Gauntlet. If you're going by the assumption that Saitama is immune to the Reality Stone, you still have 3 to 5 other stones that can easily end the fight. Like the Space Stone could be used for sending him into the vacuum of space. The outcome with the Time Stone shouldn't be explained. The purple one kind of turns it into a equal contest of brute force. And the Soul Stone could easily kill him, if I'm right. But as for Thanos when he isn't using the Infinity Stones, I'm pretty sure that Saitama would win.
RabidTankertvtropes wrote: Well, he managed to jump back to Earth from the moon and the recoil from that wound up leaving behind some significant damage to the moon.
So...All he has to do is land the first hit with that much kinetic energy. But that's easier said than done, because of the Space Stone's gift of providing a convenient escape...
...In a way, this kind of reminds me of gambling in Fire Emblem.
What's the similitude?
So I was playing Birthright on Lunatic last week and my strategy hinged on not only having one guy avoiding getting hit, but counter-killing his attackers in the process. Now, I was baiting 3 enemies in order to speed things up and their accuracy is 42% to 46% (which is shit, obviously) and my dude's basically got an guaranteed hit on all of them and is strong enough to kill them all in a single round of combat. The first guy comes up, lands a non-lethal hit, and gets chopped down when my guy lands both of his hits. Second guy is just as weak as the first one, but I have an minor advantage now; since my swordsman is half-dead, he always attack first. But the second guy misses his hit and I wind up killing him. Now the third one...This one is an Berserker. As in the "I will fuck you up if I get you!" kind of berserker. This specialist had around 46% chance of landing his attack and has a 26% chance of tripling that damage (which is fatal, in this case). My guy gets his hit in and the manic lands his crit. I was kind of pissed because I really needed the extra manpower for that level and it was on the second wave of enemies. I wound up restarting that level, unfortunately.
But the point is, Fire Emblem can easily go either way when it comes to killing people.
The way FE usually works is that if you attack an enemy instead of letting them attack you, there is a chance that you can kill them in one hit for a variety of reasons (but it's mainly from attacking first with a single, powerful attack). What I said is what happens when I let the AI attack first and it lands a fatal hit on me, kind of like how Saitama could win against Thanos if he gets the first strike before Thanos uses the Infinity Gauntlet.
Regarding Saitama using the Infinity Gauntlet, well he certainly doesn't need the Power Stone on account on how powerful he normally is. But any of the other 3 combat-oriented ones (Time, Space, Reality) could provide an interesting and unstoppable twist to his powers...Or he'll just use the Power and Reality Stones to create the worthy opponent that he's been looking for.
However let's think that Saitama does allow Thanos to use the power of the gauntlet to give him a challenge, you know like Goku does at times with his opponent to make things hot in battle.
And I just suggested he could be immunte to the reality and time stone since he's shown certain skills that characters just physically enhanced shouldn't show, I mean Hulk isn't able to jump in the air nor negate intangibility. But it's just a suggestion, I'm just supposing things not outright saying it's true.
Saitama would probably get sent flying halfway across the galaxy solely because of the power stone. And combining it with the space stone shouting give Thanos the power to move large objects, enabling him to use the terrain against Saitama. And I'm not sure how the mind stone affects the others, though. Since all that's left is Thanos using the reality stone on the environment and the instant-death effect of the soul stone.
Yeah but still using plot armor isn't always plausible nor does it always work in the hero's favor if the villain truly out matches him. In Thanos vs Saitama's case it wouldn't be plot armor considering it's a fight based on which fighter can exploit one's weakness.
I meant exploiting by whichever character makes the killing blow much faster, on another note this debate is going to go on forever so let's just say it all depends on chance for both characters and we really wouldn't know who would win unless they fight legit.
Superman. Since they claim he has no limits and can apparently absorb the sun for more power. I'm not really a big fan of Superman but it would definitely be an interesting fight and it's hard to say who would win.
If Griffith was still human without a Doubt Guts, but as we read the manga Guts is getting insanely powerful but i don't think he's quite on the level of Griffith yet but who knows the Berserker armor is still pretty complex.
Wow you really don't know who one above all is do you and you have it twisted Saitama wouldn't stand a chance he's basically a god and has no weaknesses.
Here's the proof:
"The One Above All is THE Supreme Being of the Marvel Multiverse, the One-Above-All has infinitely above all cosmic powers and is above abstract entities, even the Living Tribunal, whom he commands. TOAA has no weakness, at all, and cannot be killed." Marvel.
You know, destroying an galaxy is completely different from destroying a planet. Mainly because you need to find a way to quickly spread an unimaginable amount of energy across a vast distance instead of just shattering a planet with a single punch.
It's just a rumor he can destroy a galaxy, but him destroying a planet is true, you have to realize even if Saitama has the power to destroy a galaxy he would die as well since he's apart of the solar system and he would be technically killing himself.
Especially since his main talent is melee attacks. Now, if it was something energy-based, he might be able to destroy a galaxy from the safety of another one; but that shouldn't work on the basis on how empty outer space is. A vacuum isn't the best conductor of thermal energy; but radiation, on the other hand...
RabidTankertvtropes wrote: Especially since his main talent is melee attacks. Now, if it was something energy-based, he might be able to destroy a galaxy from the safety of another one; but that shouldn't work on the basis on how empty outer space is. A vacuum isn't the best conductor of thermal energy; but radiation, on the other hand...
So what's your point?
And I have another one really good, Saitama vs Garou.
His point relates to my previous accusations about if Saitama can destroy a galaxy or not and it's likely not the case considering he's mostly melee based and he would need energy beyond the outer layer to do that and could possibly kill himself even if he does.
Heat quickly disperses in the vacuum of space because of how cold it is. Radiation is just a super-dense molecule or atom that can travel almost indefinitely in outer space until it hit something solid.
As for Saitama vs. Garou, it'll certainly be a fight to remember. But I have an feeling that it'll go the same way as Boros.