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Okay im seriously suprised here. On another battleforum there was this same match up, and I couldnt believe at the one-sidedness of what some people thought the outcome would be.
Location- Fake Karakura Town,
Starting Distance - 100 metres
State of Mind- Killer Intent
Knowledge- Full Knowledge for both Byakuya and Komamura
Both start in bankai and have any equipment/technique they have previously shown.
What are the odds for each fighter? Is it a stomp or near stomp - and if so, by whom?
I know people are going to argue bring up the Byakuya is too fast rhetoric, but really no character in bleach is sooo fast that another captain level opponent can't touch him. Well, perhaps Aizen is an exception.
i think it could go either way. if byakuya ueses his imperial swan move i think he could get in close and take out koma. and koma could just smash byakuya with his giant.
can koma use his giant to protect himself? he is always infront of it.
Sajin would still be standing from goukei IMO. If the 7th espada could survive it, then so could Sajin.
How could that have been his strongest GT? It can't be by default because he wasn't even wearing his hollow mask. IMO his strongest GT so far was this one:Originally Posted by DEATHBOTT
Last edited by El Samurai Guapo; June 16, 2010 at 09:00 PM.
Also it doesnt say that Byakuya needs to be standing still when using that form does it?
The whole point is that Zommari survived it, and I don't see him being anywhere near as durable as Sajin, so Sajin would come out far better than Zommari form a goukei IMO. Sajin is even more of a tank than Kenpachi - which makes sense considering he's a wolf; wolves are renown for being extremely durable predators (they shrug off kicks from elk and bison like nothing). I think los nueve aspectos (the attack Kaname used on Sajin) was far more brutal than any attack Byakuya has, yet Sajin was able to stand up and fight Aizen a short period after being hit by that. Same with hadou 90 kurohitsugi.Quote:
Whats stopping Byakuya from following up...unless he some how thinks the battle is already over. Im not saying Byakuya is going to speed blitz Koma (as would be the usual argument) but in similar to a Warrior versing a Rogue, Byakuya has the capabilites avoiding Komas attacks while, incapactating, and damaing koma from any range, bit-by-bit.
It might take a while, but Byakuya could very well chip away at Koma to victoy...well I think he has the higher odds at least.
I think that Kaname with his mask on was faster than stronger than Byakuya is, yet Sajin managed to hit him.
After an attack like that Byakuya would be done for. Byakuya has no mask to reduce the damage of attacks or high speed regeneration.
Not sure about this.... both bankai could be incredibly effective against the enemy.... I think sanji has a shot as long as he stays within a distance of byakuya himself. I don't think he could take byakuya in a meele confrontation.
I could see myoo giving some great trouble to byakuya but I don't really see how sajin could ultimately avoid the petals coming from every direction. I get the impression the more advance forms of senbonsakura could actually hurt the giant. I think byakuya could deal some severe damage to the giant if he uses shukei hakuteiken against it... I guess I'd lean towards byakuya here but it would be tough to deal with the giant.
As for shukei hakuteiken, I remain totally unimpressed by that attack. If Ichigo could defeat it with his lame GT (an attack that can barely scratch Gin's head) then what the hell is it going to against Myouou? The moment Byakuya stops to set up that attack he gets smashed IMO.
this is a good matchup. i could see it going either way. but i'm going to have to give it to Byakuya.
small cuts from the little blades won't do anything to Koma's bankai giant in spread out fashion, but if he were to, say...make a thick ring of "petals" around a limb, having them all cut inwards in dense concentration on an area, he could probably sever it.
attacking in this fashion, he could do some real damage to the bankai, and thus Komamura's body.
not to mention those tiny blades could infiltrate small openings in the giant's armor.
Byakuya's speed and his ability to use some of the "petals" to defend himself while the rest attack would probably keep him relatively safe while still able to push the pace.
i doubt the blades would be much of a defense against Koma's bakai in terms of stopping/blocking power, but they could slow it down some.
but if Byakuya doesn't keep on the move and remain in mid-range, he could get hurt.
too far away, and you're open to the giant's maaaasssive attack range with those huge arms, legs, and that sword. too close, and you have to deal with Komamura himself WHILE worrying about the giant (although up close, it's threat level lowers due to maneuverability issues. it can't crush you with that sword if you're standing on it's hip.)
Byakuya is a plenty capable swordsman and melee fighter, but i don't know...i wouldn't want to be up close and personal with Komamura. he's GOT to have higher physical strength, and although slower, he can really tank through some damage.
i say Byakuya wins with considerable difficulty.
Last edited by ryanzokuken; June 17, 2010 at 12:24 AM.