My friend daggerpen and I invented a cool game: we call it WAR WORLD.
We both hit “Random Article” on the DC Comics wiki until we each amass 7 characters. Then we take turns playing them against each other, and together we determine who would win in a fight. We redraw after every round, and the first to 5 victories wins the game.
The attacker for round one is determined by coin flip, for the defender to react to. From there on we alternate.
If the defender plays the same character as the attacker, both are nullified and the attacker must choose another character from his hand.
In the event of Batman vs. Superman (a common scenario, as they are the subject of the most DC wiki articles), the defender always wins.
Is there anyway Cass could be announced and you don't know about it?
Oh, sure, communication at the bat-office when I was there was often very compartmentalized. Everything was on a need-to-know basis.
This, right here, is everything wrong with the way DC is being run.
isn't she more of a moe waifu?
Only if you think of Batman as everything BUT people punching each other.
Seeing Cassandra Cain as a perfect Mary Sue reveals that you only think about Batman in terms of people punching each other.
HEY, DC COMICS FANS
I’m starting to collect issues with 1 on 1 fights between characters on the cover. What should I include in my collection?
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Actually, let’s do a quick and dirty poll
Reblog if you would watch a Cassandra Cain movie.
Well, it depends who’s writing it.
Lady Shiva vs. the DC Universe.
(SPOILER: Shiva wins.)