Crackjack777 wrote: It's funny that you would say Godkiller armor is his own, when he just copied it from the aspirants. Even so, Captain America can just win using the infinity gauntlet. What are you getting so worked up about? I'm not breaking any rules am i? You don't have to reply to me if you don't want to.
I'm amused by the sudden necrothreading and the insistance that Captain America can win, with your veredict relying on misconceptions and lack of information, like Iron Man's EMP immunity, the cost of using the Infinity Gauntlet, or the origin of the Godkiller Armor that I cited and even linked to for your convenience (the Godkiller Armor I mentioned owes nothing to the Aspirants)
You are additionally resorting to a weapon a character has used only three times in story-specific situations in his entire history, that isn't actually part of his arsenal.
You also say that "Even so, Captain America can just win using the Infinity Gauntlet" as if the Infinity Gauntlet wasn't also at Iron Man's disposal, considering the (kinda silly) parameters you established by bringing Mjolnir into the discussion.
Kinda silly is it? Doesn't change the fact that Captain America can use mjolnir if he wants to. There's nothing stopping him if he wants to. Even thor would give it to him if he asks for it. Also, i was talking about the movie version, because the post contains pictures from the movies.
But since you want to take mjolnir out of question. Captain America can defeat regular iron man using electron scramblers OR a negator pack. Also, black panther defeated iron man using a negator pack. I'm amused that people think Captain America can't win.
I'm also amused at the sudden hostility and ad hominums,just because i said Captain America can win. xD
The fight clearly entails a neutral scenario, so Captain America wouldn't use Mjolnir because it's Thor's weapon, and because of that it's not at his immediate disposal at any given moment.
And like I mentioned five years ago, most of Captain America's means for disabling Iron Man's armor require direct contact with Tony, not to mention such items are not part of his regular repertoire. Iron Man has an advantage in ranged combat that Captain America lacks, not to mention he possesses defenses like force field shields. Iron Man could just fly 30 feet upwards and rain fire on Captain America. Of course I think Captain America can't win. The odds are 50-1 against him, and I think I'm being generous.
Well, Captain America can bring all sorts of weapons with him. And he can block all his attacks with hos shield. Nothing is getting through that shield. Cap can bring him down with rocket launchers. He would've no problem hitting him with his exoert marksmanship and increased intelligence. He can then bash his flight thrusters with his shield.
Also I'm talking about his worthy version. So yeah, given prep time he can bring mjolnir if he wants to.
Captain America's shield offers a limited range of protection since it's literally just an oversized dish, so it can't block all kinds of attacks. On the other hand, Iron Man's armor covers the entirety of his body, and on top of that he can create energy shields. Iron Man's armor also has magnetism, which is worth taking into account since Captain America's shield has sometimes been portrayed as magnetic. Even then, Iron Man could disarm Captain America through other means. Since the shield is also a weapon, all it takes is for Captain America to toss it for Iron Man to deflect it with a repulsor ray, given the reaction time of his armor. Captain America's shield also only protects him against targeted attacks. Iron Man's armor can deploy sonic attacks not unlike those he used against Captain America in Civil War #3, multi-vectorial repulsor rays like he used in Mighty Avengers #1 or multi-directional micro missles that Captain America can't protect himself against if they hit him simultaneously from different sides.
As for grenade launchers? Iron Man's armor can protect him against nuclear explosions, as shown in Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. #32.
And again, I think it's silly to bring up a story-specific item like Mjolnir. But if you would like to, it's not like Tony doesn't have his own Thorbuster Armor which can repel the hammer. Can you really claim that Captain America can defeat Iron Man if you have to resort to such non-typical, conveniently-specific and lenient battle factors?
I'm saying given prep time, he can bring in mjolnir. They are allowed to bring any tool they want. Story-specific doesn't change the fact that it's canon and he is worthy. Also, Thorbuster didn't work against Thor. I doubt it will work against an already deadly super soldier that picked up mjolnir. Imagine if i pitted him against ultimate captain america.