Suggested by Sonic Epsilon is a powerful long range fighter who can not only shoot energy blasts of imaginable power but he can also create force fields to block enemy attacks. This really makes him a fierce fighter for any opponent, but Cloud should be able to break through with his limit break. From there it’s just a matter of using his materia wisely and Cloud has enough experience where he should be able to get this done without too much of a hassle. Cloud wins.
Vaan is a powerful Final Fantasy protagonist. In a lot of ways he can match Cloud spell for spell. That said when it comes to physical abilities he has not shown that he can move at the same speed as someone like Cloud. Cloud has his Limit Break at the ready and he can move at insane speeds in that form. Vaan will put up a good fight but will ultimately be overwhelmed. Cloud wins.
Garnet is a pretty talented Final Fantasy fighter but there are few who can hold up to Cloud in that verse. Cloud’s exceptionally gifted with a blade and moves at speeds that are considered almost unthinkable. None of Garnet’s spells will do a whole lot of good here and Cloud’s summons will counter any that are thrown at him. No matter how you slice it, Garnet is not going to be able to do a whole lot here. Cloud is just on a completely different level. Cloud wins.
Suggested by Anonymous Sandslash is a cool looking Pokemon and I’d say that he is quite underrated from the original lineup. That being said, there isn’t a whole lot that he can do against Cloud. Cloud can fight at super speeds and has swordplay that is second to none. Sandslash would be on the defensive the entire time and when it comes to stats Cloud is superior in all of the important ones. Cloud wins.
Suggested by Sonic Luminary is a talented fighter. He’s got a lot of equipment and spells as you would expect from such a legendary hero. That being said, he isn’t quite ready to trade blows with Cloud yet. Cloud’s power is incredible and a single slash could do massive damage. Cloud can shatter his limits and soar to new heights in the middle of a fight. Luminary would quickly be unable to keep up with him and that’s when Cloud would delver the finishing strike. Cloud wins.
Suggested by Sonic Ifrit is a pretty powerful fire monster who can devastate whole areas with a single attack. He is fast and strong, but Cloud surpasses Ifrit in all of those categories. Cloud is the ultimate fighter and that’s not something that comes easily. As soon as his limit is on deck he can slice away at Ifrit and take him down for the count in no time. Ifrit just didn’t stand a chance. Cloud wins.
Suggested by Sonic Diddy Kong has returned once more and he is definitely not going to go down without a fight. He has his banana guns and knows some basic combat skills, but none of it will be enough to do much to Cloud. Cloud is one of the chosen fighters of legend and has a lot of sweet limit moves. His air slashes alone would prove insurmountable to Diddy. All Diddy can do is wait for his defeat and hope that he is at least able to land a hit. Cloud wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Snake Eyes is a skilled ninja who prefers to operate in total silence. This really lets him concentrate on making sure that his hits are as precise as possible. Cloud has no need for such a tactic though and prefers to win with raw power. A single swing from his sword is enough to win the match if the hit connects. I can’t stress enough just how strong Cloud is. He is in a completely different league from most sword fighters and over time I’ve grown to accept that this is okay. Some fighters simply are that good and it’s why FFVII will always be legendary. Cloud wins.
Suggested by Destroyer “It always ends the same way” is probably one of the best quotes in all of Final Fantasy. “Can’t smile about that one” is a close second. The reason these quotes are so awesome is they give Cloud a lot of depth. He is incredibly powerful and he knows it. Sora is also strong with all of his Keyblade forms but he just doesn’t have the speed or raw power to take Cloud on. Once Cloud’s limit is on deck, it’s all over. Cloud wins.
This is a tribute to Dracula Came Back From The Grave. Definitely another run of the mill Dracula film and as always the main vampire looked bad as well. He just has a habit or tripping and falling onto lethal objects. You never get the impression that he is even remotely on Cloud’s level if we’re being honest here. A single Limit Slash will take Dracula down for the count. Cloud could probably even beat Dracula without his sword, that’s just how good he is. Cloud wins.