If you watched one punch man, then you know how ridiculously strong his punch is, in one of the episodes he even pierced a mountain without even touching it, and the one time when he used his serious punch to eliminate that alien god who wanted to destroy the earth and he reshaped half of the earth's clouds in the process. No one knows how did he get his power and of course, nobody believed that he got it through the 100push ups exercise nonetheless he is the strongest anime character to ever exist, and today you, my friend will be able to adopt Saitama's Power through this simple DataPack, yes it's not even a mod so you'll be able to run it very easy with no issues whatsoever. The Mod mirror the exact moves shown in the anime and even include new ones like stun Punch, The Saitama mode is extremely destructive and you should be careful where you swing these hands, or else you'll end up destroying half of your area since one serious punch in this mod can one-shot an ender dragon who by the way got the highest HP in the game with 150HP, so yea the developer of the data pack succeed at portraiting Saitama's power.
Each character has their own unique traits, abilities, skills. You will have to utilize these carefully to defeat your opponents. For example, Saitama has a powerful punch that can defeat the strongest monsters, including the alien Boros.
I was pretty into modder crimsonfaust's Iron Man mod until I saw their One Punch Man mod (opens in new tab), which looks exactly the right amount of stupid to be a great mod. If you're not familiar with One Punch man, all you need to know is that he's a normal guy who did 100 push-ups, 100 sit-ups, 100 squats, and ran 10 kilometers every day, and then got so strong he can destroy anything in a single punch.
No matter how many Fallout 4 runs you've done, there's always something new to try. Today's build of choice is a little something I like to call One-Punch Man (or Woman or Unspecified; it's an equal opportunity murder machine). It's named both for the popular anime and for the way just one punch makes enemies' heads explode in bloody chunks. It's pretty great.
You don't have to restrict yourself to fisticuffs, either; although punch weapons use less AP, which is something I favour, there are dozens of terrific melee weapons on offer in the game, which we'll discuss later. This build also works tremendously well for heavy Power Armor users, especially if they invest in crafting skills and trick out their gear.
You'll want a weapon perk, and it's up to you whether to take Iron Fist (Strength, punching weapons only) or Big Leagues (Strength, every other melee weapon, but not bashing with firearms). In end-game, you might want to take both, but for now it's best to pick one basket and pile all your precious eggs in it. (Note that you can't use Iron Fist weapons while using Power Armor, so if you're planning on that being part of your style but still want the benefits of legendary effects, go for Big Leagues. Iron Fist still works on unarmed melee attacks in Power Armor, though.)
You can also play an Overt One-Punch Man in regular armour, allowing you to use Power Fist and other punching weapons, and skip both upgrade paths above. Whatever path you choose, after that it's all optional extras:
As you explore, keep an eye out for legendary melee weapons, which drop frequently. Anything like Wounding and Powerful that adds to damage output is obviously handy (poison and radiation not so much, except at very high difficulty levels when you're having extended duels, because the idea is to kill with one punch). Staggering is absolutely fantastic at low levels, and the Bloodied effect is a life-saver. Instigating is terrific for really living up to the One-Punch name, whereas Relentless can help in fights you can't win with one punch - bosses and legendaries, especially on high difficulty levels.
Now, a crossover of the game and the popular superhero anime, \"One Punch Man\" came to life through a video posted by a player on YouTube, which showed that he could defeat all bosses in just one punch, like what the protagonist of the anime, Saitama, usually does.
Looking at the video, the character went into the wilderness to find the mightiest opponents roaming around \"Valheim\" islands, mountains, and other terrains. It just happened that they are no match for the \"One Punch Man,\" who kills them in an instant through a simple punch. 076b4e4f54