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Awesome-X
05-10-2014, 07:01 PM
Frieza, King Cold and Cooler show up in the current Marvel/DC Universe (to random locations in the same Galaxy as Earth, but no closer than 10 light years to It). How would things go for them?


Frieza's in his first form, and has all of his men from Namek (including the Ginyu Force). Cooler's in his Base and he has his "Armored Squadron". While King Cold has all the fighters he had on Earth. As well as Cui, Raditz, Vegeta & Nappa (Saiyan Saga).



Frieza:

-Zarbon
-Dodoria
-Ginyu Force
-All the fighters he had on Namek.


Cooler:

-Salza
-Doore
-Neiz


King Cold:

-Cui
-Raditz
-Vegeta & Nappa (Saiyan Saga)
-All the fighters he had on Earth.

(Raditz, Nappa & Vegeta have six Saibamen seeds each)



So, how do they do?


Scenario 1: All DBZ, Marvel & DC characters are in Character.

Scenario 2: All DBZ, Marvel & DC characters are Bloodlusted.


EDIT:

Planet Frieza 79 Is transported to Marvel & DC as well so they'll have a base of operations which will be in a solar system like ours (with Planet 79 taking Earth's place, and being the only Planet in that system with life on It).

All three of them will know the location of the Planet


http://dragonball.wikia.com/wiki/Planet_Frieza_79

The Immortal Watch Dog
05-10-2014, 10:40 PM
This is a hilarious curbstomp in favor of the comic book sides,.

You have individual marvel flying bricks that can solo dbz same for DC and you are pitting them against the entire verse?

big_adventure
05-11-2014, 01:28 AM
I mean, they are 10 light years away - Reed Richards just puts up an anti-DBZ barrier around the solar system before they arrive. They can grow as many Raditzes as they want, as long as they do it around Alpha Centauri.

Awesome-X
05-11-2014, 07:04 AM
This is a hilarious curbstomp in favor of the comic book sides,.

You have individual marvel flying bricks that can solo dbz same for DC and you are pitting them against the entire verse?
It's not a traditional fight, they are transported to Marvel/DC and they go about their normal business. Doing things like taking over planets, selling planets, etc. basically doing what they did in DBZ.

No one in Marvel or DC is aware of their arrival. Also, I've made an edit to the OP to Include Planet Frieza 79 for a base of operations.

big_adventure
05-11-2014, 08:12 AM
Honestly, they get annihilated by the Skrulls, the Badoon, the Kree or the Shi'ar as soon as they try to infringe on their activities. All of those races have planet-busting weaponry. God help them if they piss of the Shi'ar first. Gladiator would like to speak with them.

The Immortal Watch Dog
05-11-2014, 08:28 AM
It's not a traditional fight, they are transported to Marvel/DC and they go about their normal business. Doing things like taking over planets, selling planets, etc. basically doing what they did in DBZ.

No one in Marvel or DC is aware of their arrival. Also, I've made an edit to the OP to Include Planet Frieza 79 for a base of operations.

In Marvel- they muscle in on a Shi'ar planet..Nappa two fingers a city, they report to their local garrison that a bunch of very powerful and dangerous meta's are on the loose. Gladiator shows up, they try and two finger Gladiator..this ends worse than when Oliver tried to snark thragg and Freiza shows up..death balls Gladz who thanks him for the massage then force feeds Freiza his own tail and legs. Sends the man sized doughnut back to King Cold and warns them to stay out of the big leagues

or they piss the wrong Shi'ar general off and he nova bombs theirs holdings, or worse nega bombs their entire territory..that'd kill anything except for maybe kid buu

in DC its..a bit easier given how nerfed the current setting is but the moment they piss off the new gods or the GLC it's over

Hazard
05-11-2014, 08:50 AM
It's not a traditional fight, they are transported to Marvel/DC and they go about their normal business. Doing things like taking over planets, selling planets, etc. basically doing what they did in DBZ.

No one in Marvel or DC is aware of their arrival. Also, I've made an edit to the OP to Include Planet Frieza 79 for a base of operations.

They are powerful enough to set a shop as long as they don't piss off the actual players.

Which is all sorts of hard, because, well, it's Frieza.

Jcogginsa
05-11-2014, 09:30 AM
They are powerful enough to set a shop as long as they don't piss off the actual players.

Which is all sorts of hard, because, well, it's Frieza.

On the other hand, Frieza's the weakest guy there. The strongest guy, Cooler, is actually rather good at not pissing people off

Surtur
05-11-2014, 09:40 AM
It all depends on who they encounter first. If they end up at least 10 lightyears away from Earth, that is enough time for Earth to prepare a defense against them, assuming they learn about what is going on before it is too late.

Hazard
05-11-2014, 09:54 AM
It all depends on who they encounter first. If they end up at least 10 lightyears away from Earth, that is enough time for Earth to prepare a defense against them, assuming they learn about what is going on before it is too late.

Also enough time for Reed to invent the one machine Frieza needs to conquer the universe.

You know he's going to.

It's Reed. He does that.

The Watcher
05-11-2014, 12:36 PM
Scenario 2 means no pesky Oath to get in the way. Instantly transform them all to inanimate chocolate statues and transport them to the con suite of a major anime convention. :D

Awesome-X
05-15-2014, 06:24 PM
Honestly, they get annihilated by the Skrulls, the Badoon, the Kree or the Shi'ar as soon as they try to infringe on their activities. All of those races have planet-busting weaponry. God help them if they piss of the Shi'ar first. Gladiator would like to speak with them.
But are the weapons powerful enough (normal planet busting is childs play for Frieza, King Cold & Cooler) as well as accurate enough to hit a human sized target capable of moving at the speeds they can?