Goku vs Trina

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Goku vs Trina

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Before touching that rating button, I'd like to let you know that this pic uses the art style of this recent Canadian cartoon, Grojband.

So yeah, all of the sudden, I had this strange idea in which Goku was battling against Trina Riffin from Grojband. Yeah, since Goku would be considered God in the fictional world, and since Trina is one of those characters that you hope God would spare you from, I figured "Why the heck not?" Oddly enough, I think the battle could end either way. Why? Well, everything that Goku has done is quantifiable while Trina's Diary Mode (or maybe Trina herself) is likely a no-limit fallacy. Why? Well, Diary Mode has been used to screw with power supplies, toy with weather patterns, shoot shit up into the air, channel lightning through wood, fire mountain-busting blasts, and create an interdimensional portal, which requires tearing the fabric of space; all while someone writes crap in a book. Imagine that being placed in combat.

So yeah, both Goku and Trina are duking it out in space. If you ask why it's pitch-black, it's because I don't know how to make the background all spatial-looking.

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I would say Trina because she is a awesome, hyper powered beast thing that tries to kill people, lots...

I wonder who would win
(to me goku)

Flashlight237 responds:

Though it could go either way (since Trina doesn't have a defined limit as of yet), I honestly would say that I'm with Goku for this.

aswome show

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Nov 6, 2013 | 6:06 PM EST
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