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4-02-2012 @ 10:38PM
Look, I'm not saying that Mannoroth in a real battle wouldn't defeat Godfrey. The pit lord was only defeated by one who had drank his blood. I kind of assume it's kind of like Dragon Soul killing Deathwing. The only way to win is to cheat.What I am saying is that we need to remember the rules of the ring:All Mechanics are present. That, to me, implies that Varothen, Illidan, and Tyrande are present.Assume about equal health and power. Now considering the mechanics, I will assume Mannoroth has insane health, but that's because the fight and the story of the fight are played out. This does not mean Mannoroth automatically roflstomps Godfrey. Mannoroth never really attacks the party and honestly, given the mechanics, I start to wonder how Mannoroth wins, because it takes a lot to lose in this fight.Assume strategic thinking. And this is where Godfrey wins. Mannoroth's intelligence says "Moar daemonz" and while Godfrey may snub at the sword, he will have taken enough damage to at least throw the thing in a fit of "dang that hurt a lot, dumbass, you can have this back" and could probably output enough damage to kill him anyways.
4-03-2012 @ 12:24AM
I agree with you Ice, only reason I won't be surprised if Godfrey loses is because people instantly think "OMFG A DEMON MUST VOTE FOR HIM" or "Oh it's Godfrey. pfffft, let's try to get him out like VanCleef."Of course, there's gonna be the people who believe he is the best. I respect that view, the other two, however, I do not.
4-03-2012 @ 3:45AM
I agree with you two... And still would love Fletcher's option. With the mechanics, Godfrey having Illidan and Tyrande at his side, even if pure strenght wasn't enough, even assuming both fighters are able of strategic thinking, Godfrey's intelligence in tactics should be part of his techniques... With the three of them, there's no doubt at least one of them could pull out a plan where they have no choice but to win.However as it turns, Ikana may be right with the first two views...
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