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PostSubject: Re: Master Chief vs Commander Shepard   Master Chief vs Commander Shepard - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 16, 2011 12:50 am

Juan Mario wrote:
Both of them have shields, both of them are enhaced superhumans (if we are speaking about Mass Effect 2 Shepard), if we are asuming that Shepard is a soldier, that would be a hell of a fight, but in the end most probably Master Chief would be victorious.


I don't remember Shepard being genetically enhanced the way that Master Chief was on planet Reach
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PostSubject: Re: Master Chief vs Commander Shepard   Master Chief vs Commander Shepard - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 16, 2011 1:08 am

ghost23 wrote:
Juan Mario wrote:
Both of them have shields, both of them are enhaced superhumans (if we are speaking about Mass Effect 2 Shepard), if we are asuming that Shepard is a soldier, that would be a hell of a fight, but in the end most probably Master Chief would be victorious.


I don't remember Shepard being genetically enhanced the way that Master Chief was on planet Reach

He was enhanced through the Lazarus project wasn't he?
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PostSubject: Re: Master Chief vs Commander Shepard   Master Chief vs Commander Shepard - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 16, 2011 1:31 am

BlackStigma wrote:
ghost23 wrote:
Juan Mario wrote:
Both of them have shields, both of them are enhaced superhumans (if we are speaking about Mass Effect 2 Shepard), if we are asuming that Shepard is a soldier, that would be a hell of a fight, but in the end most probably Master Chief would be victorious.


I don't remember Shepard being genetically enhanced the way that Master Chief was on planet Reach

He was enhanced through the Lazarus project wasn't he?

Exactly, after he was revived, he become a superhuman cyborg
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PostSubject: Re: Master Chief vs Commander Shepard   Master Chief vs Commander Shepard - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 16, 2011 2:00 am

Juan Mario wrote:
BlackStigma wrote:
ghost23 wrote:
Juan Mario wrote:
Both of them have shields, both of them are enhaced superhumans (if we are speaking about Mass Effect 2 Shepard), if we are asuming that Shepard is a soldier, that would be a hell of a fight, but in the end most probably Master Chief would be victorious.


I don't remember Shepard being genetically enhanced the way that Master Chief was on planet Reach

He was enhanced through the Lazarus project wasn't he?

Exactly, after he was revived, he become a superhuman cyborg

Yes I know he was enhanced, but not to the extent Master Chief was:

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Surgery is performed on the Occipital lobe of the left cerebral hemisphere of the brain; the occipital lobe is the visual processing center of the brain containing most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex. The surgeon performs a procedure on the Capillaries, the smallest of the body's blood vessels, to reverse the direction of flow of blood in the capillary to boost the flow of blood beneath the rods and cones of the subject's retina. The rods and cones of the eye are light-sensitive receptors located in the back of the eye. Together they are able to detect movement, light and color, and relay that information back to the brain. This procedure produces a marked visual perception increase.[5]

Surgery is performed on the arms, and legs of the subjects body to expose the bone, an advanced carbide ceramic material is grafted onto the skeletal structure to begin skeletal ossification. This process works by breaking down bone and rebuilding it stronger then before. This results in the bones being virtually unbreakable. The coverage of this procedure does not exceed 3% total bone mass due to significant white blood cell necrosis, to make up for that a growth hormone is administered to help strengthen the bones throughout the rest of the body.[5]

A platinum pellet is implanted in the left thyroid gland, this pellet contains a human growth hormone that is released into the body to boost growth of skeletal and muscle tissues. As the hormone is released into the body the pellet dissolves and is absorbed. The hormone targets and stimulates the growth of fast and slow twitch muscle fibers, effectively producing significant gains in muscle mass. The hormone also targets osteoblasts to help boost bone tissue formation and effectively strengthen the bone structure.[5]

In addition to the growth hormone catalyst a protein complex is injected intramuscularly that targets the muscles intracellular molecular machinery to help increase muscle strength and endurance. These injections target the muscles molecules increasing the density of the connective tissues and fibers the more visible result being the muscles quivering and contorting over one another making connecting tendons stronger and decrease lactase recovery time.[5][4][7]

Alteration of bioeletrical nerve transduction to shielded electronic transduction. 300% increase in subject reflexes. Anecdotal evidence of marked increase in intelligence, memory, and creativity.[5]

Source? Halopedian, for the ultimate Halo Nerd, its Arbiteris' home page.
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PostSubject: Re: Master Chief vs Commander Shepard   Master Chief vs Commander Shepard - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 16, 2011 9:28 am

New guy here

A few crappy one-liners by a green storm trooper in a motocross helmet are nothing compared to "I'll cut your balls off and feed them to a Krogan"
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PostSubject: Re: Master Chief vs Commander Shepard   Master Chief vs Commander Shepard - Page 2 EmptySun Jan 16, 2011 10:35 am

ghost23 wrote:
Juan Mario wrote:
BlackStigma wrote:
ghost23 wrote:
Juan Mario wrote:
Both of them have shields, both of them are enhaced superhumans (if we are speaking about Mass Effect 2 Shepard), if we are asuming that Shepard is a soldier, that would be a hell of a fight, but in the end most probably Master Chief would be victorious.


I don't remember Shepard being genetically enhanced the way that Master Chief was on planet Reach

He was enhanced through the Lazarus project wasn't he?

Exactly, after he was revived, he become a superhuman cyborg

Yes I know he was enhanced, but not to the extent Master Chief was:

Quote :
Surgery is performed on the Occipital lobe of the left cerebral hemisphere of the brain; the occipital lobe is the visual processing center of the brain containing most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex. The surgeon performs a procedure on the Capillaries, the smallest of the body's blood vessels, to reverse the direction of flow of blood in the capillary to boost the flow of blood beneath the rods and cones of the subject's retina. The rods and cones of the eye are light-sensitive receptors located in the back of the eye. Together they are able to detect movement, light and color, and relay that information back to the brain. This procedure produces a marked visual perception increase.[5]

Surgery is performed on the arms, and legs of the subjects body to expose the bone, an advanced carbide ceramic material is grafted onto the skeletal structure to begin skeletal ossification. This process works by breaking down bone and rebuilding it stronger then before. This results in the bones being virtually unbreakable. The coverage of this procedure does not exceed 3% total bone mass due to significant white blood cell necrosis, to make up for that a growth hormone is administered to help strengthen the bones throughout the rest of the body.[5]

A platinum pellet is implanted in the left thyroid gland, this pellet contains a human growth hormone that is released into the body to boost growth of skeletal and muscle tissues. As the hormone is released into the body the pellet dissolves and is absorbed. The hormone targets and stimulates the growth of fast and slow twitch muscle fibers, effectively producing significant gains in muscle mass. The hormone also targets osteoblasts to help boost bone tissue formation and effectively strengthen the bone structure.[5]

In addition to the growth hormone catalyst a protein complex is injected intramuscularly that targets the muscles intracellular molecular machinery to help increase muscle strength and endurance. These injections target the muscles molecules increasing the density of the connective tissues and fibers the more visible result being the muscles quivering and contorting over one another making connecting tendons stronger and decrease lactase recovery time.[5][4][7]

Alteration of bioeletrical nerve transduction to shielded electronic transduction. 300% increase in subject reflexes. Anecdotal evidence of marked increase in intelligence, memory, and creativity.[5]

Source? Halopedian, for the ultimate Halo Nerd, its Arbiteris' home page.

Yeah, and that is the reason I said that Master Chief vs Shepard would be a hell of a fight but in the end probably Master Chief would result victorious, He is more enhaced (both have superhuman strenght but Master Chief reaches insane levels of it beign capable of lift almost 1000 lb, both have improved reflexes and superhuman speed, but Shepard can only use them in short emergency bursts of Adrenaline mode, instead of Chief who can use them permanently, Shepard bones were upgraded but not at the same league as the unbreakable bones of a Spartan-II, in the topic that they both are at almost the same level is in the visual upgrade), both have shields but Chief armor offers better protection, and he has EVEN MORE battle experience than Shepard (who is already a hardened elite soldier who has killed thousands of enemies).
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