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Sans and the six souls. (Caution: Card may contain spoilers!)

So anyone who knows anything about Undertale knows who Sans is. He's the punny (older?) brother of the skele-bros. He's portrayed as a lazy and carefree type of guy. His info says he's the easiest monster in the game with only 1 ATK 1 DEF and can only inflict 1 damage at a time. We know better though... Behind that huge smile, and underneath that blue hoodie is an insanely powerful being. His is one of, if not the, most difficult fights in the whole game. He has a hidden ability, "Karmic Retribution," which removes your normal invincibility frames and allows all of Sans' attacks to deal constant damage. He can teleport anywhere he wants to in the world (popular theory that he jumps through the code if the game) using his, "shortcuts." On top of that, Sans is so fast that you can't hit him until after he's tired himself out and falls asleep. Even then, in a split second, he wakes up and dodges that initial attack... which he follows up by gloating and letting his guard down long enough for a surprise attack. With all this in mind, one question burns in my mind... what if Sans absorbed the six souls? I've got the inclination that Sans is strong enough to display the attributes of two aspects of human souls without actually having absorbed any. What if Sans absorbed all six of the human souls though? With his already insane amount of power and speed, he could very easily overtake Asgore for the six souls should he ever feel need. On top of that, we know that when we fight Sans, he's actaully putting forth effort to stop you. He says himself that he, "Can't afford to not care." He's aware of the amount of times he's killed you, and will continue to do so until either you as the player gives up, or he dies. Imagine fighting the same power Omega Flowey has, but on top of that is the power Sans already had, but stronger. Heck, I'd says Sans' soul is close to being as strong as a human soul, and if he absorbed the six souls at the time we came around, he may have had just enough power to bring down the barrier. With that in mind, and the large amounts of Undertale AU's, it definitely a possibility that Sans did absorb six human souls. Maybe he ends up looking the same, but with godly levels of power... Maybe he ends up like the Underfell version of Sans (which is badass looking!) ............ or maybe, Sans would end up like another Undertale character I'm dying to talk about, but need more information for... Maybe he ends up like the mystery himself... the Third Font... The missing doctor... The Man Who Talks in Hands...
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Raiden vs. Zoro

So, first card in a while, and I wanted it to be something good. A clash between a cyborg and a master swordsman. I won't go into their backstories too much, and focus more on how they are now. First up is Raiden (a.k.a. Jack the Ripper). Raiden is a cyborg super soldier that has mastered the use of just about every firearm in existence, but now fights predominantly with a katana that can slice through pretty much anything. The sword was designed to start resonating and breaking apart objects on the molecular level upon contact, which allows the blade to cut through even the strongest metals. Raiden's skill with this sword surpasses most master swordsman in the world, to the point he can deflect oncoming bullets. He can also heighten his senses so that his perception of time around his opponents slows down a great deal. On top of all this, Riaden can enter a state of mind called his, "Ripper Mode," which disables his ability to feel pain and increases his already remarkable speed and power. The only downside of this mode, is that he almost completely forgoes defending himself and just starts slicing wildly at whatever he's fighting. A general downside of Raiden's is that he is mainly machine, and needs particular fuel and maintenance in order to function. After Raiden is Roronoa Zoro (a.k.a Pirate Hunter Zoro). Zoro is one of the best master swordsman in the world of, "One Piece," and uses a very unique three sword style of fighting. He intensely trains his mind and body everyday so that he can surpass every swordsman in the world and become the best. Because of this training, and skill with his swords, he can fight and move faster than an untrained eye can perceive. Zoro can also use an ability called, "Haki," to cover his blades in a black metallic coat. When he does this, his swords become so strong they can literally slice through mountains in one clean sweep. Zoro can also use Haki to boost his own physical abilities as well, allowing him to move even faster and become much stronger. What does everyone think? Who between these two outstanding warriors would come out on top, and why?
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Is the only plane of afterlife Sovngarde?

So after playing a long time in Skyrim, adventuring, fighting, and learning the lore, I've found myself asking a very interesting question... Is Sovngarde the only plane of existence in the afterlife? (With it being slightly different depending on the race.) I ask this question because of one particular character in the game. The Ebony Warrior. The reason he makes me ask is because he is a redguard who, based on redguard mythos, is a demigod of battle. According to some lore, there is a redguard demigod who lives for battle. One of his arms is a blade of ebony, and he stands much taller than normal humans. There isn't a whole lot of relevant information on this demigod (for this post). Although from there is, we can guess that these two chracters are one in the same. While the Ebony Warrior's arm isn't a sword by itself, it could be viewed as the old, "your blade is an extension of yourself," line. If all of this is the case, why then does this warrior want you to send him to Sovngarde? To fight the probably already slain Alduin? To challenge the ancient nord heroes of old? Or maybe because there's nowhere else to go? Granted, there are also the planes of Oblivion, but you specifically have to enter certain contracts with the owners of those planes. If one in Tamriel never makes any contract with a daedric prince, or other worldy being, is Sovngarde the only place that awaits them in the afterlife?
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