Suggested by Destroyer The Shadow Android is a pretty cool character even if he wasn’t explored quite as much as I would have liked. Sailor Mars has some fire abilities which could be dangerous if they are hot enough to melt his armor, but it won’t be enough. The first reason why it won’t suffice is that the Shadow Android is too fast to be hit. The second is that I’m not even sure if it could melt his armor, but that point it moot thanks to the first. The Shadow Android may not have been around for long, but he left an impact. Shadow Android wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Sailor Mars has returned, but this time she is in a fight that she can win. Fishbone D isn’t weak, he was even able to get the drop on Rukia. That being said, he doesn’t have any particularly impressive super powers and I doubt that his durability would be enough to withstand Sailor Mars’ flames. He would deal heavy damage if he landed a hit on Mars, but I don’t think that is going to happen in time and she finally gets to add a new win to her name. Sailor Mars wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Master Roshi is back once more. This time he is up against one of the stronger Sailor Scouts. He has to be careful when fighting against Mars or Roshi is going to get burned. Still, his muscle form should give him enough speed to dodge any of her attacks and his Kamehameha is still the same game changing weapon that it always was. Mars doesn’t have any real efficient ways of dealing with it. Even if she can dodge for a while, she has less stamina than Roshi and will eventually go down. Master Roshi wins.
Suggested by Anon Sailor Mars is one of the more headstrong members of the Sailor Scouts and she was a tough individual before she received her powers. That being said, there are few people who are quite as determined as Yami Yugi. He has succeeded in every game that he has ever played because he refuses to give up. His legion of monsters will ensure that he doesn’t lose this round either. Mars won’t be able to burn her way through all of them. Yami Yugi wins.
Suggested by Destroyer Tuxedo Mask may think of himself as a knight in shining armor who helps those in trouble, but fans don’t seem to think so. He’s never managed to rise to the top of the popularity charts and he doesn’t have a lot of special abilities so he tends to be completely outranked in battles like this one. Sailor Mars can easily bring on the heat with her array of fire moves and Tuxedo Mask won’t be able to do anything about it. Sailor Mars wins.
Sailor Mars is a Sailor Scout who has a lot of fans, but I’m not a huge fan of hers. I do like her fire abilities though and it’s safe to say that her projectiles may keep Kyoko at bay for a short time. That being said, Kyoko has a lot of battle experience and once she learns the pattern, she’ll be able to cruise through Mars’ attacks and counter. Kyoko’s weapon can separate into multiple parts, which makes it incredibly difficult to evade. Mars would be doomed once the fight became a close quarters battle. Kyoko Sakura wins.
Sailor Mars is a skilled fighter and her fire abilities can be quite lethal, but her physical speed is what puts her at a great disadvantage here. Emma Frost has the Phoenix Force and it allows her to fly through the air at top speeds while dishing out Superman level damage on the opponent. I don’t think that Sailor Mars can keep up with such a fighter. Emma Frost wins.
Count Olaf is a pretty tricky fellow, but he’s no match for Sailor Mars. One hit from her flame arrow should be enough to easily take Count Olaf down for the count. Count Olaf is only a human while Sailor Mars is a Sailor Scout who fights for world peace and the annihilation of all evil. Olaf will just be a stepping stone on her path to glory. Sailor Mars wins.
Sailor Mars has fire powers that she can use to overwhelm Tengu Shredder. Tengu Shredder is a tough character, but he lacks the defense to guard against Sailor Mars’s attacks. Tengu Shredder takes a loss, but he’ll be back. He’s fought many times in the past and will keep on fighting in the future. Sailor Mars wins.