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Whitebeard vs Hideyoshi

Postby Friendlysociopath » Sat Jan 13, 2018 4:27 am

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Characters: Whitebeard (One Piece), Lord Hideyoshi (Sengoku Basara)

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Battle of the old guys who punch hard.
Whitebeard is in his prime. Hideyoshi can draw only from anime feats across all movies and anime appearances- no video games.
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Re: Whitebeard vs Hideyoshi

Postby Friendlysociopath » Sat Jan 13, 2018 3:36 pm

So between these two videos you'll see a good chunk of Hideyoshi's showings.
https://youtu.be/iwVe1OR_fWE
https://youtu.be/q6a9RV1OZm8

Striking upwards with his hand parts the clouds, he can move his arm with enough force to repel a flight of arrows back at the shooters, his strikes can shatter the ground beyond the reach of his attack, he can dislodge a large amount of water, survive cannon-fire that leaves craters, tilt a rather large wheeled structure just by landing on it, fight at high enough speeds he resembles a tornado, and beat Motochika through the air at high enough speeds he catches fire. Not to mention he thoroughly beats the shit out of Masamune multiple times.

Should be noted: Hideyoshi possesses only one "power" and that's the ability to control the Earth like Masamune can manipulate lightning and Sanada can manipulate fire. Anything else Hideyoshi does is raw physical prowess.

Pretty much this is a match of which has the better punch, Whitebeard and his Quake-strikes that were raising walls of water and destroying islands or Hideyoshi and his punch that moved a substantial portion of the Seto sea.
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