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  • Rise of Villains Bakugou is used. Let's get into the details of this versus thread.

    -Speed Equalized

    -Both in Character

    -Location: Open field

    -Range: 4 meters

    -Win via KO

    Votes:

    Bakugou: 8 (Therefir, Abstractions, Kingofwolves999, Insert creative name here 12, Sora and buff riku, The Wright Way, NomsNoms, TheRustyOne)

    Captain America: 3 (Madotsuki24, The Prince of Counters, Duedate8898)

    Incon: 0

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    • I vote Captain America for having way more experience, better skill at fighting and mastery of weapons.

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    • Cap easily dominates FRA.

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    • Captain America is also smarter than Bakugo.

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    • Bakugou via far more range and mobility. Cap is an expert hand-to-hand combatant, but from a distance, there is nothing he can throw that is remotely comparable to what Bakugou has dodged (Danmaku), his shield is simply not enough. With that covered, Cap can't simply reach him, and Bakugou could easily spam explosions against him while flying from a safe distance.

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    • Bakugou would be wise to not engage the Captain up close, but Steve will be too busy blocking the intense explosions to grapple Bakugou and follow up on it.

      To add onto this, Steve doesn't have the luxury of using ricochet to hit his target or to return his shield to himself as they are in an open field, should he toss it and Bakguou blasts it far out of Steve's reach, he loses his method of offense and his critical defense.

      Voting Bakugou for those reasons.

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    • Therefir wrote:
      Bakugou via far more range and mobility. Cap is an expert hand-to-hand combatant, but from a distance, there is nothing he can throw that is remotely comparable to what Bakugou has dodged (Danmaku), his shield is simply not enough. With that covered, Cap can't simply reach him, and Bakugou could easily spam explosions against him while flying from a safe distance.

      Bakugo has dodged Danmaku? That's wrong.

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    • What range stuff can Balugo do to get past a 7B shield?

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    • Abstractions wrote:
      Bakugou would be wise to not engage the Captain up close, but Steve will be too busy blocking the intense explosions to grapple Bakugou and follow up on it.

      To add onto this, Steve doesn't have the luxury of using ricochet to hit his target or to return his shield to himself as they are in an open field, should he toss it and Bakguou blasts it far out of Steve's reach, he loses his method of offense and his critical defense.

      Voting Bakugou for those reasons.

      But he's not going to know that though, there's no prior knowledge in this fight. Do you know what Bakugo does first thing in character? He charges at the opponent and hits the opponents with a physical attack with his quirk. It gets explained multiple times in the anime about this. He will not just spam ranged attacks, especially if the range is just four metres where he would have the idea of easily attacking his opponent physically, whereas Steve could easily dodge or block it due to experience and snap his neck or stab his throat with weapons for an instant kill. Also, Captain America's shield is 8-B, more durable than Bakugo's AP.

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    • @Madotsuki24 A villain from a movie have crazy Danmaku abilities.

      @Schnee One The shield can barely cover Cap's torso, any explosion is going to hit some parts of his body.

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    • Wait, what?!? We're using the 7-B shield?!?

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    • Fair enough

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    • Also, Captain America has more mobility and better acrobatics than Bakugo, he's over ten times more experienced than him.

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    • Bakugou actually spam explosions in character, just watch his fights against Uraraka, Todoroki, and Deku, the only reason he even got close to the latter two is because he was completely outpacing them, something he can't do in this fight (Speed equalized).

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    • Madotsuki24 wrote: But he's not going to know that though, there's no prior knowledge in this fight. Do you know what Bakugo does first thing in character? He charges at the opponent and hits the opponents with a physical attack from his quirk. It gets explained multiple times in the anime about this. He will not just spam ranged attacks, especially if the range is just four metres where he would have the idea of easily attacking his opponent physically, whereas Steve could easily dodge or block it due to experience and snap his neck or stab his throat with weapons for an instant kill. Also, Captain America's shield is 8-B, more durable than Bakugo's AP.

      Are we assuming Steve is using his standard shield or the one's he had during the fight of Wakanda? He's never used both at once. Giving him the one's he had at Wakanda would put him at a bigger disadvantage as they won't block nearly as much of Bakugou's explosions, Steve is weaker than Bakugou.

      Steve also has no knowledge of Bakugou and doesn't understand that he can spontaneously create explosions, and given Bakugou's aggressive nature, he's going to be blocking most of the time and Bakugou's going to try to find a way around that shield or just go for a bigger boom.

      Schnee One wrote: What range stuff can Balugo do to get past a 7B shield?

      A good chunk of Bakugou's explosions have AoE, save for his AP shots.

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    • Bakugo's only advantage here is range, that's it. Captain America has the advantage in AP and durabilty (with his shield), intelligence, arsenal and over ten times more experience. Range wouldn't even matter because Captain America has enchanced senses and this is what he can do with his enchanced senses:



      "(Noticed a drop of sweat on a man's forehead several feet away)". Guess what Bakugo's quirk does? MAKES HIM DROP SWEAT. He could easily tank everything Bakugo can hurl at him and easily one shot Bakugo with any sort of expert combat, mastery of weaponary or straight up smash him with his shield.

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    • Madotsuki24 wrote: Also, Captain America has more mobility and better acrobatics than Bakugo, he's over ten times more experienced than him.

      I can't remember the last time Cap was able to fly over a large-building sized robot, or completely changed his movement's directions in an instant.

      Simply saying that he has more experience is not enough, you have to explain how that experience is going to help him ins this fight.

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    • Saying that Bakugo would not engage and fire a shot at someone over ten times more experienced and land a direct hit when they have a shield is too specific of a situation and a win condition, whilst Captain America has way more win conditions from the abilities I've listed above.

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    • Madotsuki24 wrote: Saying that Bakugo would not engage and fire a shot at someone over ten times more experienced and land a direct hit when they have a shield is too specific of a situation and a win condition, whilst Captain America has way more win conditions from the abilities I've listed above.

      A shield that will not protect his entire body from the blast of the explosions he spams, having a more durable shield is nice, but when your physical durability is lower than what your opponent regularly dishes out in an AoE, you aren't going to be enjoying yourself.

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    • Therefir wrote:

      Madotsuki24 wrote: Also, Captain America has more mobility and better acrobatics than Bakugo, he's over ten times more experienced than him.

      I can't remember the last time Cap was able to fly over a large-building sized robot, or completely changed his movement's directions in an instant.

      Simply saying that he has more experience is not enough, you have to explain how that experience is going to help him ins this fight.

      I didn't say that he had only more experience, he has more of everything apart from range. Please try having one year of experience as an army soldier and fight someone who has 40 years of experience with another army soldier and see how it will not end well in the slightest for you. Cap has literally fought someone who has way more mobility than that and won, which was Spiderman. This is nothing new to him.

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    • Madotsuki24 wrote: Saying that Bakugo would not engage and fire a shot at someone over ten times more experienced and land a direct hit when they have a shield is too specific of a situation and a win condition, whilst Captain America has way more win conditions from the abilities I've listed above.

      As I said before, it's not the first time Bakugou has spammed his explosions from a safe distance without engaging, like in the first part of his fight against Deku, against Uraraka, or like against Nine (the movie villain).

      He also spammed explosions against All Might, but in that case you can argue that it was his only option.

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    • Abstractions wrote:

      Madotsuki24 wrote: Saying that Bakugo would not engage and fire a shot at someone over ten times more experienced and land a direct hit when they have a shield is too specific of a situation and a win condition, whilst Captain America has way more win conditions from the abilities I've listed above.

      A shield that will not protect his entire body from the blast of the explosions he spams, having a more durable shield is nice, but when your physical durability is lower than what your opponent regularly dishes out in an AoE, you aren't going to be enjoying yourself.

      Students from MHA have easily dodged his explosions before and dealt with him with the whole tournament arc right before when the students fight each other physically. If a student can dodge and deal with his explosions, imagine what Cap can do with them. Also, Uraraka could tank loads of explosions from Bakugo and Cap is more durable than her and this is far worse than what Cap has faced before.

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    • Therefir wrote:

      Madotsuki24 wrote: Saying that Bakugo would not engage and fire a shot at someone over ten times more experienced and land a direct hit when they have a shield is too specific of a situation and a win condition, whilst Captain America has way more win conditions from the abilities I've listed above.

      As I said before, it's not the first time Bakugou has spammed his explosions from a safe distance without engaging, like in the first part of his fight against Deku, against Uraraka, or like against Nine (the movie villain).

      He also spammed explosions against All Might, but in that case you can argue that it was his only option.

      He went up close and used physical and short ranged attacks against Midoriya and Uraraka, so he does get close and attack with melee in character first thing. Both of the people he fought also could tank a lot of explosions from him and they are only building level, whilst Cap is city block level with his shield and should have similar if not, more durability than Bakugo.

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    • I didn't say that he had only more experience, he has more of everything apart from range. Please try having one year of experience as an army soldier and fight someone who has 40 years of experience with another army soldier and see how it will not end well in the slightest for you. Cap has literally fought someone who has way more mobility than that and won, which was Spiderman. This is nothing new to him.

      You say that Cap has everything except range, but it's quite the contrary, his durability and AP is lower, his mobility is way inferior too, and I can even argue that Bakugou has better stamina and pain resistance. 40 years of experience against "normal" humans is useless, and Spider-Man doesn't have any kind of reliable ranged attack, his webs can't hurt anyone and are way to small, and saying that he has more mobility than Bakugo is debatable, without buildings he can't really do much other than running.

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    • Therefir wrote:

      I didn't say that he had only more experience, he has more of everything apart from range. Please try having one year of experience as an army soldier and fight someone who has 40 years of experience with another army soldier and see how it will not end well in the slightest for you. Cap has literally fought someone who has way more mobility than that and won, which was Spiderman. This is nothing new to him.

      You say that Cap has everything except range, but it's quite the contrary, his durability and AP is lower, his mobility is way inferior too, and I can even argue that Bakugou has better stamina and pain resistance. 40 years of experience against "normal" humans is useless, and Spider-Man doesn't have any kind of reliable ranged attack, his webs can't hurt anyone and are way to small, and saying that he has more mobility than Bakugo is debatable, without buildings he can't really do much other than running.

      AHAHAHAHA, CAPTAIN AMERICA IS A NORMAL HUMAN, WOW! XD

      You also said that Spiderman does not have more mobility than Bakugo, which is also so laughable. Honestly, Captain America's AP and durability is lowballed on his page.

      Stop downplaying the Marvel characters in an attempt to make your argument look better. I could easily do the same for MHA if I wanted to, but I'm not going to do that because I'm fair and I'm not going to do that.

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    • Students from MHA have easily dodged his explosions before and dealt with him with the whole tournament arc right before when the students fight each other physically. If a student can dodge and deal with his explosions, imagine what Cap can do with them. Also, Uraraka could tank loads of explosions from Bakugo and Cap is more durable than her and this is far worse than what Cap has faced before.

      We are using RoV Saga Bakugou, who can spam building sized explosions like bread and butter. Using his showings in previous sagas to downplay him is wrong in every way.

      Every single one of his explosions could hurt 5% Deku, who is Building level+, while Cap is just Building level.

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    • Therefir wrote:

      Students from MHA have easily dodged his explosions before and dealt with him with the whole tournament arc right before when the students fight each other physically. If a student can dodge and deal with his explosions, imagine what Cap can do with them. Also, Uraraka could tank loads of explosions from Bakugo and Cap is more durable than her and this is far worse than what Cap has faced before.

      We are using RoV Saga Bakugou, who can spam building sized explosions like bread and butter. Using his showings in previous sagas to downplay him is wrong in every way.

      Every single one of his explosions could hurt 5% Deku, who is Building level+, while Cap is just Building level.

      Wait, what? Then how is that not a stomp?

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    • Madotsuki24 wrote: Students from MHA have easily dodged his explosions before and dealt with him with the whole tournament arc right before when the students fight each other physically. If a student can dodge and deal with his explosions, imagine what Cap can do with them. Also, Uraraka could tank loads of explosions from Bakugo and Cap is more durable than her and this is far worse than what Cap has faced before.

      Uraraka did not fight this arc of Bakugou. This is Rise of Villains Bakugou, who is 8-C+ to High 8-C being compared to Steve's 8-C.

      Comparing students that have studied and trained among each other's Quirks in a world where they are commonplace and comparing it to what Cap as of current has faced is different, the students know Bakugou and at that point Bakugou wasn't as experienced as he is in this key. Steve also hasn't faced anyone with an ability like Bakugou's before, to say he would be able to dodge and get a grip on what he's up against without fully understanding it first wouldn't be very honest.

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    • Yeah, that's the thing, I think that Bakugo AP stomps and possibly mobility and range stomps then... This should be closed.

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    • AHAHAHAHA, CAPTAIN AMERICA IS A NORMAL HUMAN, WOW! XD

      You also said that Spiderman does not have more mobility than Bakugo, which is also so laughable. Honestly, Captain America's AP and durability is lowballed on his page.

      Stop downplaying the Marvel characters in an attempt to make your argument look better. I could easily do the same for MHA if I wanted to, but I'm not going to do that because I'm fair and I'm not going to do that.

      I wasn't referring to Cap, I was referring to his opponents.

      Bakugou can fly and move almost freely in the air, that's why I think he has better mobility than Spider-Man, specially without buildings. Also unlike Spider-Man, Bakugou doesn't need to get close to cause a large amount of damage to his enemies.

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    • Ah, I understand now...

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    • Captain America skillstomps. If Bakugo flies he'll just throw his shield. Shield also counters Explosion Manipulation. Even though I don't know much about Captain America I'm fairly certain he's definitely fought flying opponents.

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    • How does Cap outskill someone he can’t even get close to? Bakugo just points his hand in Cap’s general direction and blows him away, regardless of his shield protecting part of his body. Explosions are like the best counter to Cap’s shield, not the other way around, cause Cap can’t even approach.

      Bakugo can dodge any shield throws by just changing direction mid air, especially with his compressed shots which amp his speed. I can’t recall any flying enemies relative to Cap that he could deal with easily, and especially none that spam high 8-c explosions several meters away.

      AP, Dura (discounting shield), Range, AoE, versatility (Stun Grenade, howitzer impact, etc.), mobility and possibly stamina all go to Bakugo. Cap has skill and his shield, both of which Bakugo negs with his blasts.

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    • Vote Bakugou, King?

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    • Yes

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    • Bombing King FRA

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    • Bakugo fra

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    • Bakugo FRA.

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    • I got to go with Cap on this one. While Bakugo can for sure take the one if he plays it smart and keeps his distance, I don't think he will. Bakugo tends to get up close and personal for his battles, with him using his explosions in a pretty close range. Look at his fight against Deku, or in the Class 1-A v. 1-B arc. Bakugo doesn't really try to outrange his opponents, and tends to be in hand to hand range before he ignites. And yeah, Bakugo has a unique fighting style but not one so unique that it can't be combated or learned. Of course, if Bakugo wises up quick enough he'll know that his best bet is to strike from a range but even that might not work fully due to just how effective at taking damge Caps shield is. AP shot and its variations aren't going to do much, his other explosions while not fully blocked are likely to get a lot of their siginificant damage absorbed though Stun grenade and Howtzer Impact could be just what Bakugo needs to seal the deal.

      The big issue for Bakugo here, is that two or three hits of caps shield will just put him down. 

      And Captain America, in H2H definetly trumps Bakugo. At close range, he also has a much greater chance of blocking the brunt of bakugo's explosions and getting him an opening that he needs to get a few good punches in on the kid. Cap also isn't throwing his shield within this battle because he knows he can't get it back, so it's going to be his lifeline and he knows this as well. So the battle itself is one I see with Cap having to end it as soon as possible while Bakugo really just needs to outlast.

      I vote Captain America, high difficulty. 

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    • Bakugo attempts to outrange and aoe his opponent in every fight he’s been in. He spams explosions from mid distance, and only ever gets in close to do hit and run attacks. The most cqc he ever got was against Deku, which was highly personal, against other characters, current Bakugo sits back and blows them up DBZ style.

      Bakugo has the pain tolerance to take a few of Cap’s shield hits, and if anything, will spam even MORE when he notices how tough and deadly it is. Cap would then need to get close to Bakugo to hit him with the shield again, which Bakugo wouldn’t allow with his pseudo flight.

      Some of Bakugo’s larger current explosions take up building sized areas, the damage Cap is negating with his shield is very small. Also, what’s stopping Bakugo from using stun grenade, then hitting cap around his shield? It’s not like Bakugo is going to beat his head against the shield for the whole fight when he sees it stand up to all his attacks, he’ll start poking holes wherever he can, and Cap overcoming that by just “blocking as best as you can” doesn’t seem more likely to work to me.

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    • Bakugou also has his gaunlet explosions that are higher than his actual AP.

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    • Bakugo only gets in close so he can blow his enemy away from him again. Him fighting in close range is a big boi meme about how he blasts towards people.

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    • Bakugo FRA

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    • Grace.

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    • Please look at this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrmHh9HTpOQ Throughout the first three seasons of MHA, Bakugo's go to strategy and way of fighting is up close and personal with his explosions. This is still true to this day, to say that Bakugo would just stay back and spam explosions is out of character for him. He only ever does this against the kid who could turn him into a meatball. Even againts all-might, who it would make a great amount of sense to keep range on, he still blasted himself towards him and did his close to mid-range blast.

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    • Bakugou repeatedly attacked Ochaco outside of her range, he did the same to that purple guy he fought in the movie, he didn't outrange AM at the time cause he had something to prove and was acting like an idiot. 

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    • Current Bakugo is not “first three seasons of the anime”. Current Bakugo fights from close-mid distance, spamming shots and throwing his opponents away from him. He does fight in cqc sometimes, but against serious opponents he hangs back and blasts them. The movie, heroes rising, is the most recent version of Bakugo and shows this repeatedly.

      Even in season 2, he blasted Ochako away from him every time she got close because he knows getting in close range is stupid. Against someone whose shield is several times his AP, he is not going to stay next to and brawl with them, he’s going to AoE them to death.

      The All Might example doesn’t work because he only engaged in close quarters with AM because he wanted to lose rather than let Deku help him. Immediately after that, he made the plan to keep AM away from them at all costs, and tried to force AM back every time with his serious explosions.

      Deku being present causes Bakugo to act stupid and out of character.

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    • Deku: *stands next to Bakugou*

      Bakugou: -50 intelligence

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    • Deku:

      Bakugo: Roll for intelligence with disadvantage

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    • Voting Bakugou via Therefir's reasons.

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    • Bakugou: Rolls a 2

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    • https://imgur.com/a/yQ4mx3A

      This is the most recent bakugo, still doing his same old tactics. He can't even tell the true AP of Cap's shield till he gets hit by it, which immideatly puts him at a disadvantage. He doesn't fight at a range against most H2H combatants, entering their own range in order to hit up close with his explosions.

      As far as Bakugo is concerned, this is going to be an easy fight with some quirkless idiot whose relying on support gear. He has no reason to go at a range until he's already at a disadvantage which Cap should be able to take advantage of

      And Bakugo was using the same tactic throughout all of his fight with All-Might, not just when he didn't care if he lost.

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    • And just before those, we saw him in the Class 1-A to 1-B training arc, still fighting up close and personal. Bakugo doesn't fight at a range like that.

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    • He does if he needs to and in the cases you mentioned he was already way faster than them anyway so he wouldn’t have to be cautious and use his ranged explosions.

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    • And I'm saying he wouldn't know he needs to, until after already taking a blow. The main argument here seems to henge on Bakugo just starting the battle keeping Cap at a distance, but that isn't what he would do at all. Bakugo would rush in and dash around him trying to hit with a few explosions. When doing this, he enters H2H range and is sucetable to being struck, and while I'm sure he'll dodge a few swipes and get his own hits in, I don't think he'll be able to avoid getting hit and badly hurt by a strike from Cap's shield.

      And once he's hit, he'll be on the back foot until he can get's Cap shield out of his hands or take the main down with the run off of his explosions.

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    • Most recent Bakugo went close range on a random thug with help from Endeavor, Deku and Todoroki. That’s not exactly swaying my opinion.

      In the second image, he is literally shooting ranged explosions at them after they ran at him.

      I never said Bakugo doesn’t ever get close range, I said he gets close so he can blow his opponent away from him. Which is consistent.

      I’m not going to post movie spoilers, so I will admit I’m at a loss for evidence. Y’know, outside of:

      Vs Ochako, vs AM after he calmed down, vs the purple villain from the two heroes movie, vs Wolfram and vs the lov when they tried to recapture him. All cases where Bakugo either stayed at range, only went close ranged to blow his opponent away, or was playing keep away from his opponent with pseudo flight.

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    • I literally said that after he gets hit by the shield he will play safe. That has been my argument the entire time.

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    • I will agree, against Ochako Bakugo kept blowing her away.

      Against All-Might, he only did range for a single strategy with Deku then got right back to up close and personal and then once again in one of All-Might's attempt to rush Deku. All the other times, he's up close.

      Against the purple Villian, Bakugo goes up close once more instead of playing a ranged game. Though against Wolfram he does do only ranged attacks.

      Against the leage of villains, you're also right, Bakugo does he best to evade his oppenents and only responds defensively to keep them away. But the situation is very different then what all the others were, because his goal in this battle was to get out not win like it would be in the current one.

      And in regards to the second image, that is tracking shot. Each of the explosions link together and end with Bakugo flying up from them, so it's pretty clear he was going in close. And the page right after that has him shooting right at the leader for close combat.

      And if Bakugo is hit once, he's going to not only be on the back edge but badly wounded. The AP difference between to the two is so large that it's nearly a one-shot for Cap. I think with such a greivious wound, Bakugo's options become that much slimmer in how he's going to take the win. As I said above, Stun Grenade and Howtzer Impact could seal the deal for him and he's much more likely to pull one of the two of them out in this battle. However, Cap should still be capable of defending himself due to how his first reaction would be too raise his shield in defense and take the brunt of whatever attack Bakugo is throwing at him, and this is really only one shot for Bakugo in this case.

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    • Bakugo’s pain tolerance lets him keep fighting even if both his arms and all the bones in his body are being broken repeatedly, his combat abilities will not be affected detrimentally from being hit with substantially higher AP a single time. Cap can’t one shot with the shield, and he’s only going to get a single hit off because Bakugo will retreat and spam explosions instantly. Cap now has to deal with Bakugo using his explosions to get around the shield.

      If Bakugo stun grenades cap, he can just circle around his shield and blow him up directly, similar to how he did Deku. This will hurt Cap just as much as Bakugo has been hurt, as the AP to Dura difference is actually worse for Cap. Cap has around .5 ton durability, at least that’s what’s credited on his profile, compared to over 3.2 ton explosions, that Bakugo can amp to be stronger and bigger. Cap’s going to be just as beaten as Bakugo from a single hit, except Bakugo’s hits are spammable.

      Bakugo could also just AoE Cap past the shield with his stronger explosions, as has been said. He could aim at Cap’s feet, at the ground, at his sides, fake him out, etc. Bakugo has hella options of getting past Cap’s shield, while Cap has no answer to Bakugo’s explosions other than hoping he can block a decent portion of their potency. And if he messes up a single time, he gets chipped down even worse than if he were to hit Bakugo.

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    • I really wish I could post stuff from the movie, it showcases Bakugo’s current fighting style against shield users that beat him in close quarters pretty well.

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    • Where has that ever been shown? Not only that, but Bakugo has never had to tank over 17 tons of tnt hitting him, his best durability feat being survining his own explosions. So yes, his combat abilities should be siginficantly hampered by getting hit by such a strike. And the thing is, since speed is equalized, Bakugo can't really get passed Cap's defenses with his basic explosions. He's always going to have to use his bigger, much stronger ones, which will have much of their damage absorbed by the shield. Sure, if he was able to maintain his high mobility he'd be able to deal with Cap much better and more likely to win, but with such a stark difference in AP I don't think that's possible.

      Sure, Cap's actual body can't take as much damage as Bakugo can't spit out but his shield is great cover for him in that regard. And the issue with relying on AOE for his main means of damage is that Cap has dealt with explosions on multiple occasions and knows how to defend himself from them. And the big way in which Bakugo could counter them would rely on him being in a much better condition then his body would allow.

      Neither one of them has any big area to make mistakes, the difference is that Cap is much more aware of his margin of error then Bakugo is of his own. And by the time Bakugo realizes such, he wouldn't be able to cover up for it.

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    • He can just blind him with Stun Grenade and attack from behind.

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    • In the already released second mha movie, Bakugo exhibits pain tolerance that outstrips anything Cap can hit him with, and is perfectly capable of moving and fighting. So no, his combat abilities will not be hampered from Cap’s single hit.

      Exactly what is this hit supposed to be doing to Bakugo anyway? If he hits Bakugo’s arm or hand, Bakugo literally won’t care, he’d have to hit a pretty critical part of Bakugo’s anatomy to severely hamper his combat skills, which I doubt with Bakugo’s pseudo flight, hit and run mobility.

      Stun grenade is a literal free hit on Cap that will harm him as bad if not worse than Bakugo since it’ll be a full body explosion 6x his durability. His shield is not going to protect him 100% as you seem to assume, there is only so much of a literal building sized explosion it can absorb for him.

      Cap has never in his entire career come out unscathed from taking a head an explosion comparable to Bakugo’s, even with his shield helping him. Name a building sized, high 8-c explosion Cap tanked through with minimal damage due to his shield alone. Bakugo doesn’t need to be in a better condition to fire off his big explosions repeatedly, if anything, being heavily damaged incentivizes him to use his big explosions, like vs All Might.

      How is Cap more aware of his margin of error than Bakugo? Neither of them know how strong the other is, nor what the other can do. Cap will protect himself against the standard explosions as best as he can, but he has no counter to stun grenade or the explosions that literally engulf the entire area he takes up. Bakugo can absolutely cover himself while injured, pressing on through pain is what he does, and he’s shown that quite clearly. Hurting Bakugo just pisses him off and makes him shoot out stronger explosions even more.

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    • Is Grace over yet??

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