So who's the most powerful now that Dragonborn is out? CoC, Nerevarine or DB?

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User Info: The_Viking_Swan

The_Viking_Swan
4 years ago#41
jrr18 posted...
kylekillgannon posted...
jrr18 posted...
youshallbeasgod posted...
The Courier


One gun shot and he's down.


My Courier has more health than the final boss.


It still only took one 9mil round to bring him down.


It took TWO, read up on your lore.
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User Info: Orosuke

Orosuke
4 years ago#42
Would the DB be attributed with every shout in game with no cooldown? If so...
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User Info: Zero Beat

Zero Beat
4 years ago#43
The_Viking_Swan posted...
jrr18 posted...
kylekillgannon posted...
jrr18 posted...
youshallbeasgod posted...
The Courier


One gun shot and he's down.


My Courier has more health than the final boss.


It still only took one 9mil round to bring him down.


It took TWO, read up on your lore.


Then they should have used a Jakobs! Remember, if it took more than one shot, you didn't use a Jakobs!
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User Info: StaticPenguin

StaticPenguin
4 years ago#44
RebelElite791 posted...
StaticPenguin posted...
If the CoC is really Sheogorath wouldn't it be CoC?


If we're going to take that route, then Sheogorath would be Sheogorath, and the CoC would be some guy who disappeared and nobody heard from again. Sheo would not be the CoC any longer, so it'd be irrelevant.


I see it like getting a promotion. Just because the CoC turned into a Daedric god does not mean he is irrelevant.
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User Info: kylekillgannon

kylekillgannon
4 years ago#45
Zero Beat posted...
Then they should have used a Jakobs! Remember, if it took more than one shot, you didn't use a Jakobs!


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User Info: RebelElite791

RebelElite791
4 years ago#46
StaticPenguin posted...
RebelElite791 posted...
StaticPenguin posted...
If the CoC is really Sheogorath wouldn't it be CoC?


If we're going to take that route, then Sheogorath would be Sheogorath, and the CoC would be some guy who disappeared and nobody heard from again. Sheo would not be the CoC any longer, so it'd be irrelevant.


I see it like getting a promotion. Just because the CoC turned into a Daedric god does not mean he is irrelevant.


Then you see it the wrong way, no offense, but that's definitely not how it works.
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User Info: youshallbeasgod

youshallbeasgod
4 years ago#47
Actually, Bayonetta would kill them all.
Relax, it's just a game.

User Info: Ubergrim3

Ubergrim3
4 years ago#48
RebelElite791 posted...
Rannek17 posted...
Still Nerevarine... again... These are getting old.


Except Nerevarine would be crushed.


Yea, I don't recall the nerevarine gaining any sort of absurd power in morrowind. I mean, he became immortal, but that's about it. Though its been a while since I've played morrowind, so I could be misremembering. Still, the CoC became a daedric prince, and even if that makes him no longer the CoC like rebel said, the DB has the thu'um, which is an absurdly powerful ability that no other main character has.
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User Info: namewitheld

namewitheld
4 years ago#49
anime doesnt count. because.

User Info: RebelElite791

RebelElite791
4 years ago#50
Ubergrim3 posted...
RebelElite791 posted...
Rannek17 posted...
Still Nerevarine... again... These are getting old.


Except Nerevarine would be crushed.


Yea, I don't recall the nerevarine gaining any sort of absurd power in morrowind. I mean, he became immortal, but that's about it. Though its been a while since I've played morrowind, so I could be misremembering. Still, the CoC became a daedric prince, and even if that makes him no longer the CoC like rebel said, the DB has the thu'um, which is an absurdly powerful ability that no other main character has.


As usual, CoC becoming Sheo is not canon.
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