Who would win in a fight?
Danny Phantom or Jenny Wakeman?
When I was a kid, I had a whole set-up for a Nicktoons shared universe.
Danny, Jenny, and Aang were the most powerful, in a whole rock-paper-scissors cycle. Danny beat Jenny because he could go intangible. Jenny beat Aang because she was durable enough to withstand anything the Avatar state threw at her. Aang beat Danny because of spirit bullshit and lightning bending fucking up Danny's corporeal form.
Danny. He's Martian Manhunter lite.
>Super Strength, Speed, Durability, Agility
>Telekinesis (He used it exactly once,)
>Weather Manipulation (Temporary)
>Possible Power Mimicry
The man is versatile as hell, there is literally nothing Jenny can do to counter him. Danny's defeats mainly come from jobbing and inexperience.
He and Vlad are City Busters in strength.
To be fair you weren't that far off.
>He and Vlad are City Busters in strength.
When they fused, the only reason Earth and the Ghost Zone were still around was because he wasn't done fucking with it yet.
I'd say they're a little above city busting on their own.
depends on how long the fight goes
Danny could just phase through or posses her
though if she knew there were ghost enemies beforehand her mom will probably install anti-ghost abilities into her
This actually kind of happened with Jenny's fight with Misty in Mist Opportunities.
Misty is kind of like a nerfed Danny. And she kicked Jenny's ass, so that should give us a general idea of how a fight with Danny would go.
At the time, Jenny was fighting at low power, but I can't really see how she could counter the intangibility shit even at full power.
That said, Jenny's real strength is how versatile and upgradeable she can be. The episode with that electric vampire guy was pretty much all about this. He completely fucked her up time and time again, and she kept upgrading herself trying to beat him, and eventually came up with the proper planning and equipment to stop him.
My point here being that Jenny might actually be able to beat Danny if allowed time and resources to prepare, or maybe even a practice round. Were Danny to just fight her out of nowhere there is no way in hell she would ever win. It's kind of like the old "Batman vs. Superman, Batman could win with prep time" argument. Although, considering how cautious and patient Jenny is (not at all) coming up with inventions and plans to beat Danny could prove to be a challenge in of itself.
So, in a fair and sudden fight, Danny would absolutely win. In a planned fight after prep time, Jenny has a chance; not at all a good chance, but still a chance.
The only thing I can think of that could actually put the odds in her favor is some super special anti-ghost deus ex machina Nora comes up with. Again, this would require prep time to make, and as we have not seen anything like this in the show, it seems unlikely to happen.
>Implying Korra would do something constructive and helpful to her and her friends' goals on purpose
>Implying Korra wouldn't be tricked into helping the clearly evil Vexus create some spirit-galaxy-warp allowing the remnants of the Cluster to invade Earth with enslaved spirits
>The average fairy
Are you sure? The main characters do that on a routine basis, but I think I remember them saying that Cosmo was one of the most ridiculously powerful fairies in the history of Fairy World. Could an average fairy do the same thing?
Robots have no soul so he can't interact or be perceived by jenny in any way, and unlike regular possession she is autonomous so he couldn't puppet her around
Is not a match up, they literally can't fight unless he goes regular boy and gets his face slapped
Couldnt Jenny just upgrade some of her weapons into anti-ghost ectoplasm cannons like how the Men in White used?
Also Jenny can resist possession that was shown in the "normal" episode.