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    borabosna is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pst
    No, Sei took out his regenerating by kicking acid over him, destroying the wheel
    aha... my bad so regenerating was provided by that wheel... im just realizing this

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    i still think the oni boss would win. his godspeed and ability to summon lightning is formiable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerimmortal
    The Buddha Boss would win.
    If we're talking about a match, everybody Vs everybody, without make any alliance, then yeah, the Buddha Boss would win. He had large range attacks, and could regenerate himself after being damaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerimmortal
    That boss took down Kurono, Katou, Kishimoto, Sei, the Sniper, and others. He was easily the hardest enemy in all of Gantz, regardless of what the Vampires said. He died because the regenerator was destroyed.

    Basically, his beam weapon could easily kill character in Gantz. The real question would be whether or not there would be teamwork...I'm sure Kurono's gang would work with him, but they wouldn't stand a chance against the Oni executives all at once. Izumi would go down shortly after Kurono and co's death, probably at the hands of the Buddha Boss. The various other aliens would be annhilated by the Onis, the Vampires, and the Buddha Boss. The Vampires would be shredded. The Buddha Boss's minions would battle the Lesser Onis, and destruction would ensue. The Buddha Boss would finish off the remaining Lesser Onis, leaving the Buddha Boss against the Oni Executives. At this point, however, some of the Executives would have died...The Buddha could make mincemeat of the remaining ones in one slash of his beam gun. The Oni Boss, though powerful, would be helpless. His lightning powers are good, but the Buddha can easily slice him to bits in half a second. Remember, if the Gantz Swords can slice his head off, the Buddha Beam can easily do the same.

    That was nerdy as hell. Damn.

    But, yeah. The Buddha Boss would annhilate. His death in the manga was a little cheap, I thought.
    I disagree. The Buddha Boss was agile and stuff and I agree that his weapons were the deadliest ones among all the aliens; still, the Oni Boss would defeat him. First of all, the Oni Boss is really damn fast… I mean, you can’t even see his movements. Muscle Rider had to break one of his legs (and we’re talking about Muscle Rider here) to stop him from moving that fast and there was all the gang’s combined effort to stop him. If the Oni Boss weren’t such a moron and killed them one by one, concentrating in just a Gantzer at time, instead of just retaliating every time some dude attacked him, then I bet he would have won. I mean, he incapacitated almost all the Gantzers; all that was left was the “coup the grace”. Izumi was owned by him. If the Buddha Boss came at him with his laser (which was far from impossible to avoid) the Oni Boss would just dodge it and hit him back with his amazing power and swiftness. The only way for the Buddha Boss to win would be in a battle of endurance. If the Oni Boss couldn’t stop him from regenerating himself, then all the Buddha Boss had to do would wait until the Oni Boss got tired to finish him off. If the Oni Boss could destroy the amulet, however, then he would finish it with only one of his lighting attacks.

    And what’s up with the “nerdy as hell” stuff? I think people frequent this forum exactly to geek out; that’s why it is here, to start with.

    Note: Oh, and Kurono weren’t half as good in the Buddha Mission as he was in the Oni Mission. Also, all the guys working with him were just rookies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1337
    I disagree. The Buddha Boss was agile and stuff and I agree that his weapons were the deadliest ones among all the aliens; still, the Oni Boss would defeat him. First of all, the Oni Boss is really damn fast… I mean, you can’t even see his movements. Muscle Rider had to break one of his legs (and we’re talking about Muscle Rider here) to stop him from moving that fast and there was all the gang’s combined effort to stop him. If the Oni Boss weren’t such a moron and killed them one by one, concentrating in just a Gantzer at time, instead of just retaliating every time some dude attacked him, then I bet he would have won. I mean, he incapacitated almost all the Gantzers; all that was left was the “coup the grace”. Izumi was owned by him. If the Buddha Boss came at him with his laser (which was far from impossible to avoid) the Oni Boss would just dodge it and hit him back with his amazing power and swiftness. The only way for the Buddha Boss to win would be in a battle of endurance. If the Oni Boss couldn’t stop him from regenerating himself, then all the Buddha Boss had to do would wait until the Oni Boss got tired to finish him off. If the Oni Boss could destroy the amulet, however, then he would finish it with only one of his lighting attacks.
    Agreed, Oni Boss would probably rip Buddha Boss to shreds. Plus, I think Oni minions could probably wreck the Buddha minions as well (sub-bosses included).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1337
    And what’s up with the “nerdy as hell” stuff? I think people frequent this forum exactly to geek out; that’s why it is here, to start with.
    It was an expression. Don't take it too personally

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    The buddha boss was a wuss. It was only defending itself until Kudou took over. Sei would definitely have pwned the boss, if she hadn't stopped to gush about how well she was doing. Seeing as how Sei or Kato would have (and Kato did) defeat the boss, and neither was the most skilled Gantzer, this eliminates the Buddha boss from being able to pwn a Gantz royale.


    That being said, the winner would come down to Kaze, Kurono or the Oni boss. In the royale, all the lower level Gantzers and aliens kill each other. Elite aliens and Gantzers do battle, and die much in the way they did in the manga (Cherry killed by flame Oni, Kato and Sei and Buddha kill each other, etc.). Izumi does well exterminating vamps, until Ryoko wanders onto the field and gets him killed... again (then she becomes vampire snack). Finally, it comes down to Oni boss, Kurono, Sakata, and Kaze (Baldy and Reika killed). Oni handles Sakata, who does some ESP thing to Oni before he dies. Kaze battles valiantly, before getting ripped apart, leaving Kurono. Thinking about getting back to Tae (soon... Tae-chan), he makes mincemeat of Oni boss, sheds a tear for fallen comrades, and returns to Tae-chan.

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    Well, here's the thing about the Buddha boss. It's been said that the Oni would just have to run in close and destroy the amulet to kill him, but you forget what happened to every single person who got close to the Buddha, aside from Katou. Either (a) they were sliced up with the beam, (b) they were burned by the acid, or (c)...the Buddha sliced them apart with his swords.

    Yeah. Even if the Oni could get close enough to destroy the amulet, he'd be sliced apart in the process. No matter how fast he is, if he moves in close, he couldn't avoid the beam and the swords.

    In all honesty, I think Oku did a poor job killing the Oni boss and the Buddha boss. Both were clearly superior to their opponents, and both probably should have won. The only difference is that the Buddha was clearly infinitely superior to its enemies. It lost because Oku had to come up with a way to kill it

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    Well, I disagree. It’s not like “the Oni gets close, Buddha wins” at all. Sei was able to dodge all the Buddha’s attacks, except for the beam, which she didn’t saw coming. The Buddha boss pointed his beam to the sniper when he was being chocked, yet the sniper could dodge it, even thought he died right after. Katou dodged Buddha’s attacks on hell of a lot of times. Now we’re talking about the Oni here. If the Oni rushes with all his swiftness, he can destroy the amulet with one hit and, right after, run to a safe distance. Come on, you think he can’t? That guy’s blows have more than enough power to do such, and I don’t even need to give any comments about his speed. In the second rush the Buddha is wasted. He wouldn’t even have time to bring out his sword. And I’m not saying the Buddha is weak. Of all the aliens, the Buddha’s arsenal is the strongest. All his attacks are “one-hit kill”, and he’s pretty decent in the other areas. However, the Oni got “one-hit kill” power as well as blazing fast speed. His attacks can’t pierce right through suits like the Buddha’s attacks can, but there’s no way to survive any of his attacks without the suit, and that kind of power is more than enough to finish the Buddha off. Anyway, it’s hard to tell for sure how a fight between those two monsters would end. It’s like talking about a fight between Frazier (Buddha) and Ali (Oni). The odds are even, but I think I’ll place my bet on Oni.

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    I see your logic. Still, if you'll remember, the Buddha ultimately killed everyone it used the beam on (unless it used it on Katou; I don't recall). Katou only won because it was weakened.

    What I'm saying is, even if the Oni could dodge the beam, it (a) couldn't dodge it for long enough, and even if it could, (b) it wouldn't be able to dodge the swords when it came in to destroy the amulet and (c) we don't even know if the amulet can be destroyed in a non-Acid way.

 

 
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