Quote from Poring*checks Plane*
Wait, Kamahl doesn't make saprolings (or any other creature tokens for that matter), so how does that result in double the army?
Even assuming this is true, don't sell V short. He can act as Amon's bodyguard while they close in so Amon can use his powers on them.
Oh, and Kenshin is also "just a strong human", but I'd put him on level with V in combat, being that V's been exposed to experiments that made him a supersoldier and whatnot. He and Kenshin would probably fight to a standstill.
Uhm... not really, because...
Actually, Amon's range is pretty far. The man can manipulate an entire group of people in a large room and incapacitate them, and his bloodbending is psychic. Unlike most Benders (including the Avatar himself) Amon doesn't even have to move to use it, just think about it (his father, who is arguably weaker than Amon himself, could do it while having both his hands tied behind his back), and he's perhaps the strongest Waterbender in the series as a consequence. If the battle gets anywhere within melee range, and Amon is still concious, Kenshin and Kamahl are screwed (he only needs around five seconds with Kamahl to take his powers away by severing his connection to the elements and blocking his chi, and bloodbending at the speed of thought would allow him to incapacitate them long enough to do that). One could even argue that all he really needs is line of sight to operate his bloodbending (and even then, perhaps not because he can "sense" if there's water around... like the water in his opponent's bodies...)
While I'm not going to argue that V could take Kamahl, I'm pretty sure he'd put up a good fight against Kenshin. V was exposed to experiments that made him superhuman, capable of taking down an entire room of armed gunmen with nothing but knives. IIRC, Kenshin can do something similar, leaving the two perhaps evenly matched.
Well, the terrain is cityscape, which V and Amon are both used to fighting in, as opposed to Kahmahl and Kenshin who would rather just fight in the wild or in an arena. Amon and V both have experience in using stealth in a large city area, so the terrain might not be that lopsided in Way of the Warrior's favor. If the rebels get close enough with their stealth capabilities to get the drop on the two warriors, or worse, if they never see their opponents coming...
Quote from ValarinYeah, it's kinda what I thought. Anyone who doesn't think you are right is definitively "wrong", and anyone who doesn't mourn for your plight in life thinks you are "evil incarnate".
Quote from ValarinThey why can't you be respectful, sympathetic, and non judgmental about these "extremists?" (which FYI is a very disrespectful, unsympathetic, judgmental term to use)
If you are saying you just walk down the street minding your own business and you have random people walking up to you out of the blue and say "It's your turn to be discriminated against now, you white male Christian!" then I'm sorry but I don't believe you.
You are trying to portray yourself as a victim, while leaving out the role you are playing in the situation. If you conduct yourself in such a way as to seek out prejudice, chances are you will find it. If you want to find things that offend you, chances are you will find them.
Reminds me of the comment Jon Stewart made about Glenn Beck's "Freedom Town": He wasn't looking for freedom FOR things or people he agreed with, he was looking for freedom FROM things or people that he disagreed with. It sounds like that's what you are thinking you can get in the South: not freedom for your beliefs, but freedom from anyone who doesn't share your beliefs. I would submit that your basic goal here is flawed and should be re-examined.