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I know that it says in the 'Weakness' section that his powers have little to no effect on organic tissue, but I think Hulk was the only time seen where Avalanche used his power against an organic being(as far as I know) and Hulk is 'much' more durable than steel. So, does his power really have little to no effect, or was that just the case when it came to the nigh-indestructible Hulk? I ask because the character [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-616)|Quake]] was able to effect organic tissue by causing Wolverine's heart to explode. --[[User:The Fox Boss|Fox Boss]] ([[User talk:The Fox Boss|talk]]) 04:09, June 18, 2016 (UTC)
 
I know that it says in the 'Weakness' section that his powers have little to no effect on organic tissue, but I think Hulk was the only time seen where Avalanche used his power against an organic being(as far as I know) and Hulk is 'much' more durable than steel. So, does his power really have little to no effect, or was that just the case when it came to the nigh-indestructible Hulk? I ask because the character [[Daisy Johnson (Earth-616)|Quake]] was able to effect organic tissue by causing Wolverine's heart to explode. --[[User:The Fox Boss|Fox Boss]] ([[User talk:The Fox Boss|talk]]) 04:09, June 18, 2016 (UTC)
 
: Just because Quake can do something with similar powers doesn't mean that Avalanche also can. Maybe his powers didn't work on organic matter or only on Hulk, but if there is no counterexample from other comics, then there is no way to say if he can affect organic matter or not. --[[User:Harasar|Harasar]] ([[User talk:Harasar|talk]]) 13:55, June 18, 2016 (UTC)
 
: Just because Quake can do something with similar powers doesn't mean that Avalanche also can. Maybe his powers didn't work on organic matter or only on Hulk, but if there is no counterexample from other comics, then there is no way to say if he can affect organic matter or not. --[[User:Harasar|Harasar]] ([[User talk:Harasar|talk]]) 13:55, June 18, 2016 (UTC)
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True, but by that understanding, then is it truly necessary to say that his powers don't affect organic tissue, with Hulk as the only example of Avalanche using his powers on someone directly? Rather than stating as an absolute fact, I think it should be put as a possibility, stating that Hulk is the only known character that Avalanche used his powers on directly, saying that Hulk has a much higher durability than the materials Avalanche usually uses his powers on.--[[User:The Fox Boss|Fox Boss]] ([[User talk:The Fox Boss|talk]]) 14:37, June 18, 2016 (UTC)

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Move? Edit

Maybe we should move page to Dominikos Petrakis (Earth-616), cause he never used his middle name --Harasar 11:30, August 13, 2011 (UTC)

We should really only have the middle name in the pagename if it's something they're commonly referred to as (Nobert Ebersol, Bruce Banner, etc.). So, yeah, I don't see why it shouldn't be moved.
--GrnMarvl14 16:01, August 13, 2011 (UTC)
I see nothing wrong with it being gone, true. I just always assumed he was Greek or something and they went by three names. Again, 'assumed'. --Johnnybravo44 (talk) 05:37, September 3, 2011 (UTC)


Vibrating Organic Tissue Edit

I know that it says in the 'Weakness' section that his powers have little to no effect on organic tissue, but I think Hulk was the only time seen where Avalanche used his power against an organic being(as far as I know) and Hulk is 'much' more durable than steel. So, does his power really have little to no effect, or was that just the case when it came to the nigh-indestructible Hulk? I ask because the character Quake was able to effect organic tissue by causing Wolverine's heart to explode. --Fox Boss (talk) 04:09, June 18, 2016 (UTC)

Just because Quake can do something with similar powers doesn't mean that Avalanche also can. Maybe his powers didn't work on organic matter or only on Hulk, but if there is no counterexample from other comics, then there is no way to say if he can affect organic matter or not. --Harasar (talk) 13:55, June 18, 2016 (UTC)

True, but by that understanding, then is it truly necessary to say that his powers don't affect organic tissue, with Hulk as the only example of Avalanche using his powers on someone directly? Rather than stating as an absolute fact, I think it should be put as a possibility, stating that Hulk is the only known character that Avalanche used his powers on directly, saying that Hulk has a much higher durability than the materials Avalanche usually uses his powers on.--Fox Boss (talk) 14:37, June 18, 2016 (UTC)

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