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    Default The Potterverse VS Muggle Strikeforce Zero

    The muggle world has had it with wizards and witches being so up themselves. Thus, they have assembled a small group to "demonstrate" the power of "ordinary" humans, the sciences, and the potential of technology. Strikeforce Zero has one objective: to make the Wizarding World acknowledge that "ordinary" humans are just as good, if not better than wizards and witches if they choose to be. They are:

    -The students of Todoh Academy(Tenjho Tenge)
    -The students of Kanto(Ikki Tousen)
    -The fighters of the underground arena(Grappler Baki)
    -The Tetra Grammaton(Equilibrium)
    -The SGC(Stargate Command)
    -MI6(James Bond)
    -IMF(Mission Imossible)

    Will the Strikeforce be able to make the Potterverse admit that the Muggle world is just as strong as the Wizarding world, if not stronger still?
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    i realise this response is five years or so past the point the thread was posted ( but the forum administrator okayed the restart of past threads for valid conversation ) so was just going to say i think the muggles could pull it through

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    Barring the SGC's sensors piercing through the magic due to alien tech, they never actually find the wizarding world due to the anti-Muggles and unplottable charms.
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    Well, while Hogwarts had a charm on it to make it seem like an old abandoned castle, IIRC, Diagon Allley and other 'common' wizard places didn't if you could get IN to them.

    So all they'd have to do to FIND the Wizards is stake them out and watch them a while. This would be easiest if they could do it right after Voldemort died the first time, as they were breaking the Masquarde all over the place. Otherwise it gets a LOT more tricky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The MunchKING View Post
    Well, while Hogwarts had a charm on it to make it seem like an old abandoned castle, IIRC, Diagon Allley and other 'common' wizard places didn't if you could get IN to them.
    Even temporary locations like the Quidditch Cup area had charms that made it so that muggles conveniently 'remembered' something urgent they had to do elsewhere whenever they got too close.
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    All it takes is a Fidelius around the main base and the Muggles are screwed.

    EDIT: We also don't know the extent of magical protection items, or wards, etc- can wizards simply set up spells to repel bullets, missiles and just walk into battle with absolutely everything bouncing off them? Plus their ability to Apparate and Disapparate, impersonate, mind control and so on pretty much leaves you fucked, despite anyone who goes "hurp derp drop a nuke on them".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siriel View Post
    Even temporary locations like the Quidditch Cup area had charms that made it so that muggles conveniently 'remembered' something urgent they had to do elsewhere whenever they got too close.
    Because it was an International incident on par with the World Cup. Diagon Alley was much more small-time.

    And more to the point, we have feats of Muggles walking around in it, supposedly only confused by how antiquated (and magical) the whole thing was.

    And if the goal is only "prove we're as cool as Wizards", then Napalming Hogwarts or something is really unessicary.

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    All it takes is a Fidelius around the main base and the Muggles are screwed.
    And so are all the wizards that can't hear it directly from the horses mouth.

    EDIT: We also don't know the extent of magical protection items, or wards, etc- can wizards simply set up spells to repel bullets, missiles and just walk into battle with absolutely everything bouncing off them?
    We don't have any feats of such, no.

    Plus their ability to Apparate and Disapparate, impersonate, mind control and so on pretty much leaves you fucked, despite anyone who goes "hurp derp drop a nuke on them".
    Actually, this was the only one of these threads were conquest WASN'T the stated goal. It's just "prove we're equal or better than them".

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    Five years on, I reckon they could do it. They just need to get the timing right for the Triwizards tournament, then crash the party with an airborne Atlantis(the Ancient tech ought to work just fine; the city draws power from space-time itself, and not electricity) while having Ukitsu and Kanu poledancing on the front pier. And touch down. After which, Sean Connery Bond makes a grand appearance out of the Jumper bay, causing every witch within 10,000 miles to fall to their knees in worship.

    And the final blow? Sam Carter in mizugi. Who announces "And for those of you whose minds aren't broken yet, we present HANMA YUJIRO IN A THONG..."

    The transition from eye candy to absolute horror will cause eyes to bleed and colons to asplode from the butt-clenching.
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