Suggested by Destroyer Bones has always been a very capable Star Trek officer. He keeps Kirk well balanced as the leader and is also critical to saving lives on the ship. That being said, in a fight I think just about everyone would agree that Kirk has more combat experience under his belt as well as more power. He just won’t be losing in a hand to hand fight, not against his crew at least. Captain Kirk wins.
Suggested by Anonymous Guyver is back once again and this time the iconic captain will be the one to take a loss. Guyver is just too fast and too powerful for Kirk to hope to land a hit on him. Whether Kirk sets his gun to stun or not, Guyver’s armor should be able to mitigate the damage. Either way it would be a moot point since Guyver won’t be getting hit in this battle. His superior speed will come through in the clutch just like it always has in the past. Guyver wins.
This is a tribute to The Last Jedi. Rey has always been a strong heroine and she looked very good in the latest film as well. Her determination will take her far and her Force Abilities make her a threat to any opponent. While Captain Kirk has his phaser set to stun, she can easily deflect the blast with The Force. Kirk won’t be getting anywhere near her. Rey wins.
This is a tribute to Star Trek Beyond. As you may know, I am not a Kirk fan in the slightest. However, he has actually been portrayed well in the last two Star Trek films. He has finally started to prove that he can be a capable Captain when he is not distracted by his other traits. Ned is always on point when it comes to business so he is still the better character…but he has no combat experience. Captain Kirk wins.
It would appear that someone has decided to help Kirk out with a win. The One Above All is certainly a figure who will not frighten such a capable leader. Captain Kirk knows that sometimes the best way to win a match is simply to fire off the first shot. A single blast from his phaser should be enough to win this round. The One Above All just has no defense feats to endure such an attack! Captain Kirk wins.
Captain Kirk is here to give Ra Thor a win. I may as well say that he’s “giving” Ra Thor the win since this is a pretty big blowout. Captain Kirk doesn’t have any tricks up his sleeve that he can use to even up the odds. It’s just going to result in a loss either way so he may as well get it over with. The road to 100 battles is a tough one…but it was worth it. Ra Thor wins.
Captain Kirk is back once again and he’s up against a legendary swordsman of light. “Light come forth!” is Gourry’s epic catchphrase and it never gets old. He’s a bit of an intriguing character since he definitely has many likable moments while also making you wish that he would go away at other times. It’s just how it goes I suppose and his agility should give him the edge that he needed. Gourry wins.
Captain Kirk is a figure that you have probably heard about by now. His reputation precedes him and he’s not the kind of guy that you want to overlook. He may just be a human, but he’s a human with a lot of determination. Heart wins battles and nobody has more heart than him….right? Well, Ghirahim can take on whole armies and his teleporting abilities should also give him an edge. Ghirahim wins.
Little Mac has always been a winner in the past and that seems to be translating well into his future. He actually has a losing record on the blog so far, but things seem to be looking up for him. Captain Kirk means well, but he’s just a little out of his depth in this battle. He tried and he gave it his all…but it just wasn’t enough. Little Mac wins.
Captain Kirk is back yet again, but at least he’s learning what it feels like to be on the other end of a climatic showdown! He doesn’t get to walk away as the victor this time and it has been a while since he did get to claim that title. Gokudera has a lot of dynamite and explosives on his side and we can expect him to clobber all foes that get in his way as he wins his first blog match. Gokudera wins.