As the MLP show went on the villains gradually got stronger and stronger before peaking with Tirek. Starlight Glimmer was a good successor though and most of the villains after that were pretty strong too. That stopped with Cozy though. She’s easily the weakest villain of them all and I have to say that there’s no way she would get the drop on Starlight. In a proper fight I believe Starlight Glimmer would take the win easily. A quick energy blast spell would certainly do the trick and Cozy doesn’t have any real way of defending herself from an attack like that. Starlight Glimmer wins.
Considering that Kaito wants to challenge the Puzzle of god, it makes sense that he should fight the One Above All. Still, he will be quite disappointed since TOAA just isn’t much of a fighter or a thinker. I’d wager that Kaito is both tougher and smarter than the One Above All. Yes, it is quite the claim, but it’s one that I am confident about sticking with. It just makes a lot of practical sense when you think about it. If the One Above All was really tough I’m sure we would have seen some proof in the comics by now. Kaito Daimon wins.
Staying in the 1-1 spot just isn’t Gammon’s style so it’s time for him to beat another detective. Like Gammon, Cam has a photogenic memory so she is rather tough to stop. Still, she doesn’t have as much practical experience as Gammon so I don’t think she will really be able to properly defend herself here. He has the edge in raw power, talent, and speed. When you’re outmatched in all 3 crucial categories like that then I’m afraid that it’s all over. Gammon Sakanoue wins.
Gammon has returned, but when up against the awesome power of Bass no amount of resolve is enough. Gammon isn’t the kind of guy who gives up, but he may as well in this case since Bass is just above him. Bass can absorb any projectile or he can reflect them. He moves faster than the eye can see and blowing up planets is child’s play to him. What can Gammon really hope to do against any of that? He’d need some kind of super puzzle to stop Bass. Bass wins.
Gammon is the next puzzle solver to enter the fray. While he may always be a step behind Kaito, he is still a top level intellect. He’s likely among the top 3 solvers and is also in the top 3 givers. He’s a man of many talents even if he ends up making some rather dicey calls towards the end of the series. Either way it’ll all go over Nate’s head here since he just isn’t ready to solve this level of puzzle. His frozen pancakes will have to wait. Gammon Sakanoue wins.
Kaito Daimon had a good run, but there’s no way he can beat Bass. Bass is still at the pinnicle of power. There is no being who is stronger than him and I doubt very much that there ever will be. The amount of power that he has been able to obtain is almost limitless. With a single gesture he can change the landscape around him. Kaito can try to find a way around this puzzle of a fight, but there isn’t any exit. He will just have to accept his fate and lose this round. Bass wins.
It’s time for Kaito Daimon to finally show himself on the blog. He’s definitely a genius who can solve just about any puzzle. Super intelligent characters like that tend to make for pretty solid leads as they’re so rare. It’s nice to see them in the lead spot for once to see the thought process behind their decisions. Jigsaw is very smart in his own right, but he’s just a little outmatched here. He won’t be able to solve the mystery of who’s going to win this match in time. Kaito Daimon wins.
This is a tribute to the Venom movie. Eddie Brock is labeled on the blog as AntiVenom which is why he gets the tribute. While Eddie wasn’t perfect, I suppose he handled himself better in enough scenes to handle his lower moments. At the very least he is definitely a more likable guy than Sludge. Sludge is one of those characters who screams “One shot villain” when he shows up and also can’t fight too well. Eddie will be able to take him down a peg without even trying. That’s just one of the perks of having a symbiote. AntiVenom wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Kazuki is a pretty talented kid, but I don’t think he really has much of a chance against Obito. Perhaps if he was fighting Obito without any powers, but once the Uchiha got his Tailed Beast form it was all over. Even Kazuki’s pseudo Super Saiyan technique wouldn’t be enough to turn the tables from that. Kazuki is simply outmatched here but I do think the fight would probably be a fun one to watch. Kazuki has enough durability to drag the match out a bit before he goes down. Obito wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Pickman may be a Megaman character, but he has never looked particularly impressive. He wouldn’t last very long in a fair fight against the Penguin. All he can do is swing his pickax around, but Penguin can stay in mid range and shoot his guns or rockets at Pickman. This will very quickly drain away at the guy’s health. Really it’s just a bad match up because Pickman’s only chance at winning against anyone is keeping it to a close quarters brawl. That won’t be an option here. Penguin wins.