>>100554105>Bye bye gems.
Weren't going to help, the incursions weren't not only going to keep coming, they were coming in with shorter windows since the universes were being whittled down, you think other places in the multiverse didn't think of that?>As for Namor yes he isn't that bright but he does own 3/4th of the planet. Besides that he is a good leader to that 3/4th of the world.
Oh, so a wealthy landowner with no background in my field of study has the authority to browbeat me on how to structure and write my programs simply because he owns a bunch of land? Weren't you bitching about something like that that in >>100553391
?>Probably important to have that guys input on topics that impact the livelihood of the planet.
Any of other scientists, or the magician, on the team would have a much greater grasp of how their actions affect the world. It's not like their view of the universe just extends to anything just on land.>Besides that he is a good leader to that 3/4th of the world.
And Captain America is an amazing leader that led an intergalactic alliance of alien space empires to a long string of victories against the Builders after they were getting bent over and reamed, what's your point?>Oh and look who solved the damn problem in the end? Doom. The pinnacle of magic genius, and leadership.
Molecule Man, everything hinged on Molecule Man giving Doom the knowledge and power and the means to do what he did in order to salvage the multiverse from the incursions, this is AFTER everything went to shit because of the incursions anyways.