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T51R
05-03-2014, 06:15 AM
Oh snap, Wukong decides to go on a rampage of mischief again, and somehow finds his way into the MCU!

Of course, its up to the X-Men, the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the Punisher, the Ghost Rider, a Hulk, and the odd Barakapool to try and bring an end to the dickery of this mythological monster. Can they manage it?

Battle 2: Wukong gets PISSED OFF, to the extent that he was after realizing his girlfriend had been killed and that he'd been duped into fighting for her killer. He decides to lay all of the nine worlds to waste.

Can the MCU stop Wukong when he's that PISSED OFF?

Or, do the nine worlds fall?

NOTE: We are using the Donnie Yen version of Wukong, from the 2014 movie "Monkey King."

King of Asgard
05-03-2014, 06:37 AM
Oh snap, Wukong decides to go on a rampage of mischief again, and somehow finds his way into the MCU!

Of course, its up to the X-Men, the Avengers, the Fantastic Four, the Punisher, the Ghost Rider, a Hulk, and the odd Barakapool to try and bring an end to the dickery of this mythological monster. Can they manage it?

Battle 2: Wukong gets PISSED OFF, to the extent that he was after realizing his girlfriend had been killed and that he'd been duped into fighting for her killer. He decides to lay all of the nine worlds to waste.

Can the MCU stop Wukong when he's that PISSED OFF?

Or, do the nine worlds fall?

NOTE: We are using the Donnie Yen version of Wukong, from the 2014 movie "Monkey King."

No idea who Sun Wukong is, but I do know that the X-Men, Fantastic Four, Ghost Rider, Punisher and Barakapool do not exist in the MCU. This is because Marvel Studios (who make the MCU films) do not have the rights to these characters.

BitVyper
05-03-2014, 09:26 AM
I can't think of anything in the MCU or parallel-works-that-are-basically-also-the-MCU that has a chance of stopping Wukong post-furnace. Pre-furnace, maybe, but post is a huge no. Donnie Yen Wukong is pretty close to novel Wukong in terms of feats, so the MCU is dealing with an army of flying class 100s who are durable enough to be unharmed by a mountain sitting on top of them or getting smacked with the sea calming needle, and who also have transmutation magic and mind affecting powers.


No idea who Sun Wukong is

Chinese folk hero turned into one of the main characters of a novel which was basically a giant middle finger pointed at Taoism. He's really really really immortal. In the novel, he cultivated his Tao and learned the way of immortality, then when Death showed up for him anyway (clerical error), he beat the bureaucrats up and went to the underworld and wrecked up the place while taking his name out of Death's ledger. Later he stole a bunch of fruits of immortality, then a bunch of immortality pills, then got himself refined in the eight trigrams furnace where they refine immortality pills (it was meant to kill him, but it just made him tougher). Mooost of that is in the Donnie Yen movie.