Dagon wrote:and the power of his ring is that it allows him to create anything he is capable of imagining.
To a limit, it turns out. Constructs aren't indestructible.
Yeah, and? The Lantern universe is filled with battles that are resolved through the use of force, and no one there has had any issue with constructs not being permanent. Constructs get broken all the time.
Dagon wrote:If we're talking Sinestro Corps Sinestro, he effectively wields the power of two spectrums, being Fear and Will.
Kyle Rayner, for a short time, wielded the power of all seven emotions, and Guy Gardener has used both Rage and Will simultaneously. Also, Yellow rings are fueled by the fear of the victim, not the wielder's willpower.
Yeah, and Sinestro was the original (meaning in this case, the first person to) wield the White Light, which was all the colors of the spectrum in their unified form. Kyle didn't wield all the lights, he ended up being 'chosen' by all seven rings, but he never wore any of them in that instance. The only other lights Kyle (who's my favorite Earth Lantern) has successfully wielded were Blue and Yellow, if we count his being forcibly turned into Parallax as wielding a light as opposed to being possessed by an Entity.
As for the Yellow rings not being fueled by Will, I'm not sure that was ever in question. They do draw some degree of power from the fear of the opponent, but they are primarily powered, like all the rings are, by their central battery. The advantage that a Yellow ring has is that if the wearer can instill fear in their target the wearer gets a boost of power. So, if Sinestro were able to make Loki fear him, Sinestro would get said power boost. But, I'm not really sure how that rustles my initial response in any way.
Dagon wrote:He's also relentless, and in order to actually beat him, you must kill him. I don't mean like "hurr need to kill him!" I mean, you would literally have to kill him.
You should probably finish reading Sinestro Corps War; Hal and Kyle successfully subdue and arrest him, without killing him.[/quote]
That's cute, and while I thank you for your concern, rest easy knowing that I have. What I said was that in order to beat Sinestro, one would have to kill him. Yes, Hal and Guy subdue him, shortly after which he escapes from Oa in search of more mischief. I would have to say that seeing as he was able to get back into action that would indicate Hal and Guy didn't kill him, and honestly, that sort of supports my initial point. Yeah, they subdue him, but he just kept on doing his Sinestro thing, and in fact does so to this day.
And, if you've read anything post Sinestro Corps War, you know that the list of challengers gets longer and tougher. Hal and Guy are certainly no Mongul or Weaponer, and in the New 52 stuff Sinestro at one point fights off an entire planet of people who are bent on kicking his ass, albeit with an assist from Hal.