????? LV 13 HP 292/ 292
(he, him, his)
I have another question - does Y'shtola have prominent fangs (since she's a catgirl)?
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As the fight starts Dracula hesitates because he is unsure if Y'shtola is a were-creature or not*. That gives her enough time to blast him with her earth spell but that isn't enough to take out the Count. He turns into either mist or bats to keep her from using the same attack but that just causes him to get hit with aero instead. At this point the Count is so frustrated from this battle and his previous loss that he decides to just leave the battlefield entirely. Doing that counts as a disqualification and he loses the match. Y'shtola hears the sweet sound of the victory fanfare.bat man with supernatural powers against cat woman with supernatural powers:
Still thinking about whether or not Y'shtola can put the Count down for himself...
Platonic ideal Goku. Whoever he's fighting is at least initially sold as a serious threat his other friends stand no chance against, and from there we're obviously going to have some escalations. This makes for a weird sorta mirror match with Gurren Lagann who works on the same fundamental principle of it not mattering at all who has objectively quantifiable better odds you just need to out-hotheaded-shonen-protag your opponent. The key difference is the latter acknowledges this as an actual real rule the universe operates on, and that taking it to too much of an extreme could destroy the universe. So... the whole thing here might kinda turn into a game of power-up chicken where entire galaxies are getting destroyed in the background, but ultimately Goku is going to win by virtue of being too stupid to understand what's at stake forcing the GL gang to blink first.
Mega Man also has a lot more mobility. If the battle was on a flat featureless plane then that wouldn't matter so much. But even if Mega couldn't use his platforming capabilities to his advantage he still has all of the other advantages that Johnny mentioned. I think Data could get in a few shots and hurt Mega Man but couldn't deliver a knockout blow before he takes enough damage and realizes he is in a losing battle. At that point Data taps out and Mega Man is declared the winner. They have a brief, pleasant conversation before they both exit the stage.Data is powerful enough but not nearly as versatile. I might put him up against most of the Robot Masters simply because Data can recognize patterns quickly but classic Mega Man is too powerful and has too much versatility.
Rincewind would win because he wants to be somewhere else but we all know he rarely gets what he wants.