Loki's titanic defense stat and vast array of elemental attacks from both ends of the spectrum would ordinarily make him a fearsome foe for many a godlike. Unfortunately, his opponent in the finals is Ryu3, whose Kaiser form cuts most elemental damage by 75% (on top of impressive defenses) and has potent means of bypassing Loki's defenses. Try as he might, Loki won't be able to kill Ryu before he can transform, and like many opponents before him will fall victim to the dreaded Kaiser crunch. Chalk up another Godlike championship for Ryu.
Does this even need to be elaborated upon? She's evasive and particularly strong against the offense he's sporting while he, as a PC, is fully susceptible to her greatest asset: her repertoire of frighteningly accurate instant death abilities. It's a bad matchup for Xenogears' own pugilist protagonist.
Fei Fong Wong: 10
Kanji thought she had improved her cooking. He had seen his senpai eat her cooking with only a little trouble. So he figured he'd be safe to try it.
He was mistaken, and the horrific screams emanating from the men's room spoke volumes on how mistaken he was.
Kanji Tatsumi: 13
Serph was excited about the upcoming match against Landis. Sure, he knew the Suikoden duelist was a magical tank, but Serph had one trick up his sleeve that everyone had long forgotten: his Hunt skills. With the ability to devour monsters, how could he -possibly- lose?
Wait... what do you -mean- a bat-winged, claw-handed, scythe-wielding grim reaper doesn't count as a monster?!