Based off of this thread >>8639468 and trying to remain as biased and based to lore as possible, here’s how I think a Council Myth fight would go
And to get it out of the way, no OA won’t help Ina because it seems as if OA is on Ina and Sana’s side. At most OA would just observe as a bystander. Ina is stuck with AO (her book with spells), that’s all. And I’m also assuming Irys is also a bystander, as she’s just a messenger of the Gods. Her “Hope” would just be her cheerleading for Myth on the sidelines. And that “Hurr we’re just holding back” shit is utter bullshit. They were just talking out of their ass. And to the anon that said Ame’s timetravel is just head canon shit, I’m still going to count it because a lot of Kiara and Ina’s abilities are too, so we might as well go all out. And like I said, no I’m not considering prep time, but yes that could change the scenarios extremely
Assuming the fight is completely fair, no planning or anything, just Council and Myth meeting in a desert, and assuming they all know each other powers, there’s 1 main goal for each team
Council’s main goal is just to get Sana to remove her limiter. It doesn’t even seem hard to do it seems like if she trips and falls it’ll just happen. She did it what 3 times in debut? All she has to do is remove her limiter and that’s honestly Ame, Gura, Kiara, and Ina dead immediately. Even if they all survive somehow, Ame and Ina are still human, and Gura is a shark hybrid, they won’t survive in space. Kiara and Mori have the highest chance of surviving in space obviously. This of course would throw our solar system out of whack, planets crashing into each other, into the sun, and being thrown into space (as we saw in Sana’s debut). At this point, there’s really not much that needs to be done. Kiara says she will die permanently if she’s eaten/all her feathers are removed/other shit that’s not been explained. So yes, Sana quite literally has to vore Kiara, and Kiara is dead. There’s a lot of argument, but Mori would be the only one to survive on Myth, and all of council didn’t really have to do anything. Kronii could shoot the universe to its destruction and see if Mori would die there, but no one can say for sure. But this is basically a tie/“victory” for Council. Mori can’t really do much at this point, and even IF she can kill Sana, Fauna, Baelz, and Mumei, Kronii is literally Time. She will never go away and even if she could she has bullshit time powers to prevent Mori from ever actually hurting her.
Assuming Ina has some meme magic that can force Sana’s limiter on, that’s one major thread dealt with. Their second task would be to kill Sana after. Sana can still destroy the earth if she sneezes for example, which would be easy to force her to do, and we currently don’t know other ways she could destroy the earth, so killing her after the spell is casted would be the smartest option. Killing her before would risk the limiter falling off and her corpse destroying earth, so it has to be after. After this, it’s purely a “get lucky lol” fight. Baelz will ensure that anything they try will fail due to chaos shittery, and Kronii can control time. She can go back to before things happened, freeze people in time, etc etc. We don’t know the specifics of this but since she’s a time god it should be assumed she can do these things. Gura and Ina should handle Mumei Fauna and Baelz. They’re the easiest to take out, but they would need to figure out to get around chaos shit, but it’s do able. Mori and Kiara would need to focus on Kronii, constantly attacking her and preventing her from doing time shit. In the end though, even if Ina and Gura are successful and they all put their focus on Kronii, I still highly doubt they’d be able to stop her. IIRC she literally went to before the universe existented in an instant, while ame on the other hand, has to do all this https://youtu.be/qwpBX01E8OY to travel anywhere. Kronii could really just redo the fight over and over again until she gets the 1st scenario where they win.
Fuck ame I’m not even considering that shit. And even if we do, the people and personalities are the same basically and nothing much would change.
No one would really win in Myth vs Council, just causalities