You can clearly see his head is being knocked back and whilst that is happening, Ekimu jumps and swings his hammer. Before Kulta can react, thud, he has a hammer in his face. He does not have enough time to react. He is watching as pellets fly at him in shock and once again doesn't get a chance to react
He has.probably been thwarted in his attempts. And this topic is NOT about skill, it is about power
How so? It is a legitimate example (I Goodman business now)
Skill does NOT equal power
BECAUSE THIS TOPIC ISN'T ABOUT SKILL!!!!
As I pointed out before, they're literally the elements, they have your prolonged point, skill and are in their element. A very huge advantage. He does indeed catch a creature, Ketar, and that doesn't mean your powers don't make you powerful cos you can't hunt something down. His powers make him powerful.
Being a skilled warrior doesn't grow you a pair of eyes in the back of your head you know. His power is still not.greater, he has strength. Umarak has probably substantial strength, shadow blending abilities and probably others. These are powerful. Plus the MoCr is not Kulta's power at all, therefore it does not count.
BUT EKIMU ISN'T MORE POWERFUL, WE ARE ON ABOUT POWER. In which he is inferior to both Kulta, Umarak, the Creatures and the Toa. Skill certainly, power no
But I must say Tarvaax you have opened my eyes to the true story, I never knew Kulta wore the MoCo
Thank you @Triple at least someone gets that point, it is an important one. I never thought about the Toa holding him in place, but indeed they do. Also, who wouldn't be surprised if they opened their eyes and saw a small gold guy swinging a hammer at them after literally blasting their face in 5 seconds earlier
"Umarak and his effectiveness at catching the creatures is questionable. Although he is stated to have been created during the formation of Okoto we don't know how long he has actually been active."
Once again however that is not a measure of power by any means. Look at topict title, Tarvaax