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Versus Debate Guidelines:

Standard vs forum procedures Spite/One sided threads which are normally used to get a reaction out of people would be locked(Unless it is a joke thread) The debate goes until a consensus is reached, and once a character is said to be the winner, the thread will be locked. All other procedures are variations of the actual site rules. So no spamming ,trolling, or flaming a person or character to get a reaction out of some one. been created over time, please search and see if your battle has not already been made. If it has and it has, and has not been locked and you have a intelligent argument to present to the discussion, feel free to post in the thread. If a consensus to the thread was made, chose different versions of the characters at hand. Defeat When a character is either knocked out, killed, removed from the battlefield for a lengthy period of time, or maimed beyond fighting ability, it counts as a win for the other character. IMG Tags Please don’t use IMG codes on images that stretch the page. Also, please don’t multi-post just so you can spam more IMG coded images. That vastly increases the time it takes to scroll the page and vastly annoys almost everyone. What belongs in the Versus Section? VS Matches themselves should go into the VS section, and that’s about it. Those where does so and so rank threads, respect threads, and anything else pertaining to the VS section but isn’t a VS debate in and of itself goes into the VS general chat. Threads pertaining to the plot or character development of anime/manga (or ect.) should go into their respective sections. Art Style and the context of fights It is important that the context of events is taken in to consideration. As well as author’s drawing style. For example, collateral damage in one arc is not always with the one before it. But if the context of the story says they got stronger, then they did. As for art style, characters in one series can seem slower than one of another while not actually being slower. Calculations Simple things are understandable but please don’t post calculations that are too complex. The author would rarely attempt to take things like that into consideration. Powerscaling Is the act of scaling a character’s powers or abilities from a weaker incarnation of the said character or a weaker character all thoguether. Of course, unique abilities, even if belonging to a weaker character, do not apply. This is genrally used to give a good idea of a character’s power when he is generally featless, and is an idea you should get accustomed to in Vs debates. As this is a comparative analysis, you must determine how stronger character A is from character B, then you have to compare the gap between B and A to another gap in a different situation to compare the two properly. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - An example of solid powerscaling:

The pre-skip Monster Trio couldn’t defeat a Pacifista with their combined attacks. But post-skip Luffy defeated a Pacifista with one haki-imbued punch. So we can logically deduce that post-skip Luffy’s haki-imbued punch is > pre-skip Luffy’s G2 punch + Sanji’s Diable Jambe + Zoro’s Santoryu. So whatever power feats that those three exhibited in part 1, can now be added together and used to determine how powerful post-skip Luffy’s Haki-imbued punch is. An Example of incorrect powerscaling:

Pre-Skip Luffy was able to island bust right? So by powerscaling current Luffy(who is massively above his past self), he should be able to continent bust. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - But back to the main point...

This can also be applied to general level. For example, Piccolo was easily able to destroy the moon in the Dragonball manga. He is massively inferior to the likes of base form Frieza, who has numerous indications of casual planet-busting. Therefore, one could powerscale him off statements and weaker characters to such level. Plot Induced Stupidity Plot Induced Stupidity, or PIS as some call it, is when a character either over performs or under performs solely due to plot restrictions. PIS can sometimes be mistaken as outliers such as Superman getting knocked out by a gas station when he’s taken attacks that have destroyed city blocks. However, that is not the case. An actual plot restriction would be when neither the majority of Captains nor Vizards used their Bankai against Aizen solely because Kubo didn’t want them to reveal it yet. This should be discounted in actual fights. Character Induced Stupidity Character Induced Stupidity is when a character does something that directly causes them to be less effective in a fight. An example of this would be Kenpachi refusing to finish off wounded opponents or Superman trying to talk his opponent down before actually attacking. Please note that a character having CIS removed does not mean that they will completely change tactics. This should be discounted in actual fights. Outliers Outliers refer to both ends of a character’s spectrum. This encompasses both high-end and low-end showings. Superman being floored by a gas station is a low-end showing and thus an outlier. Superman effortlessly taking a galaxy buster (This is a made up example) is a high-end showing and thus an outlier. Outliers should be discounted in actual fights and all characters should be expected to use consistent showings. However, the OP of a thread can specify if they want only high-ends or low-ends in their topic. However, if you don’t specify, the character is expected to be restricted to their consistent showings. In-Character Being in-character means that a character will perform the same way they do in the source material. Being out of character means that they will employ tactics they rarely or never use. For example, if Goku is in-character, he would never attempt to destroy the planet, however if he was out of character, he would attempt this even if it might kill himself in the process. A character is usually expected to perform the same way they do in the source material although it can be specified if a character should act out of character. Bloodlust Bloodlust refers to a character having intent to kill. Spider-Man would never attempt to kill his opponent despite the circumstances. However, in the Versus section it is assumed that he’ll be going all out instead of vastly holding back. This does not mean he’ll employ out of character tactics like shoving his webbing down a character’s throat to suffocate them. It is normally assumed a character is bloodlusted. Of course, this does not refer to being out of character. Fallacies It is important to remember logical fallacies when debating. One fallacy that is accepted across versus forums is the No-Limits Fallacy. This refers to characters who have shown a lack of feats such as Vegito or have an ability that isn’t exactly quantifiable like Madara. He wouldn’t assume that Vegito is a being on the level of the Living Tribunal because he has not shown limits. We also wouldn’t assume that Madara is omnipotent because of his Izanagi. For a list of other fallacies, please refer to this site.

Spite/Bait Threads Please note that a spite thread and a one sided thread are completely different things. A spite thread is when someone makes a thread specifically meant to spite a certain member, fanbase, or character. A bait thread is made to draw someone into a thread so that they’ll make a fool out of themselves. An example would be creating a “Madra vs Thanos” thread simply because you want to see a certain member argue in favor of Madara. Assumed Incarnations If not specified, it will be assumed that the current version of a character is being discussed in a thread with their standard equipment, which will be addressed in the next section. This means that Post-Crisis Superman will be in a thread and not Pre-Crisis Superman. If the thread is one sided when using the current incarnations of characters, we should go with a general consensus of the debaters in the thread posting to come to a decision as to which versions of said characters are to be used in order to have a solid debate, and not a one sided thread. Moderator’s Note:

Currently, the new DC characters suffer from an insane lack of feats. Until they are given an indefinite amount of time to demonstrate their abilities and weaknesses to the point where we can directly interpret a consistent portrayal, Post-Crisis characters will be the assumed incarnation in The Vs. Forum. Of course, we are not restricting anyone from using these said characters, it can be specified in the original post that reboot characters are to be used. Standard Equipment A character is assumed to have their standard equipment in a versus thread unless it is specified otherwise. For example, it’ll be assumed that Thanos has his shields but not the Infinity Gauntlet. Assumed Battlefield

1) It’ll be assumed that the combatants are fighting in a generic, abandoned city that exists in a neutral universe identical to our own except it allows characters to use the full extent of their abilities just in case they are weakened in what would be considered the normal universe. 2) They’ll start on a street in the city’s center with a distance of ten meters between them. 3) It’ll be assumed that the time of day is one that’ll prove neutral for both characters. No Bias Claims Don’t say that Batman can beat Thor because he’s a better character or anything like that. Canon/Non Canon Sources What is canon? As far as fiction is concerned, canon is a term that describes the genuineness of events that have taken place in fiction. The events that actually takes place in a fictional setting is referred to as canon. Now what events don't, you may ask yourself? Well there’s no absolute authority and it’s generally up to the reader to decide for himself how he wishes to interpret the material available. However, in a community which focuses on debating fiction there has to be certain truces. The general method of this principle is, if a work is written, directed or recognized by the owner of the setting, then it’s canon. Otherwise it isn’t until proven otherwise. In other words, the Lord of the Rings movies would be considered non-canon because while Peter Jackson bought the license to make the movies he does not legally own the franchise. So, technically you would not be allowed to use the movie version of the characters in a Lord of the Rings related thread. However, that does not mean that the movies inaccurately depicts the novels. In fact I would say that Peter Jackson did a great job adapting the novels to the big screen. And while you wouldn’t be faulted for using the movie versions you should keep in mind that you’re not dealing with what’s considered actual canon. If you want to use the movie-version you will have to specify it. Now what’s primary-, secondary- and tertiary canon? When we refer to canon we’re solely focusing on the primary canon. Secondary- and tertiary canon are works that have been recognized by the original owner but in one way or another contradict the original work. A good example would be Dragon Ball, the original manga is considered primary canon. The anime is considered secondary canon and the movies are considered tertiary canon. Now when using other canons that primary canon (by specifying it in the opening post) keep in mind that primary canon is a subset of secondary canon, and secondary canon in turn is a subset of tertiary canon. In other words, If you’re using a Dragonball movie character in a thread then not only the movie material is accepted in that debate, but also the anime- and manga material. Examine at the Venn diagram below.

Unless it is stated otherwise, only the primary canon of a series will be used. Although, there are certain exceptions to this description. An example of this would be Doctor Who canon, as a lot of the audio books, comics, and etc. are in fact, canon. Outside Help No form whatsoever of outside help from separate characters is allowed in a fight where the separate charcters were not meant to be present by the OP. For example, you cannot say MoM wins a fight for Spawn because he would not let his progeny die. Unless the OP specifies, outside help is not allowed. Moderator’s Note: Now this brings about the issue of Summoning. Many characters in fiction rely on summoning strong creatures for power with specific summoning techniques that are used in-manga and in-character. Characters such as Naruto, who made contracts with beasts to summon them in the heat of battle, and oftenly do so in the manga, are allowed to summon. Final Fantasy characters, who has are of the Summoner class, are also allwed to summon because summons are their power, and that’s measured by the power of the creature summoned with the specific summoning technique. In short: Summoning techniques are allowed, especially for Summoner characters where summoning is their entire skill-set.

Religion Please don’t bring up the deities featured in modern Religions unless its a comic version of that deity or etc. It’s far too controversial to bring up the actual deities featured in Holy Scripture and usually makes threads end up debating the existence of God or other deities, which is not the purpose of the Versus Section.

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