Time for a new installment of Vs.[Vincent Valentine]
Vincent is from FFVII.
Vincent appears as a tall, brooding man with long, unkempt black hair wearing a ragged red cloak over black clothes. His left arm below the elbow is covered by a metal gauntlet terminating in formidable claws. His cloak covers the lower half of his face and is held closed by a series of buckles. His eyes are distinctly coloured red. As of Advent Children, his weapon of choice changed to a triple-barrel revolver named "Cerberus", reflected in the silver chain that hangs from the hilt of the gun, as it is shaped in the form of the mythological creature of the same name and the fact that the creature Cerberus has three heads as the gun has three barrels.
Vincent, while not the most physically powerful character in Final Fantasy VII, is a skilled gunslinger and can cast magic well, making him an ideal distance fighter. His weapons include various firearms, each described in-game as "Long-Range Weapon".
Due to Hojo's anatomic reconstruction of Vincent and the presence of Chaos within him, he does not age and possesses a number of supernatural abilities, including metamorphosis and the ability to fly. In "Dirge of Cerebus" his melee attacks took on the form of purple auras. In Final Fantasy VII, Vincent transforms into four different creatures as part of his limit breaks: a bipedal version of a Final Fantasy VII Behemoth, the Galian Beast; the Death Gigas; the devil-like Chaos; and another creature...
In Advent Children, Vincent also assumes a previously unseen amorphous and intangible red form, evocative of his cloak. In Dirge of Cerberus, the Galian Beast was remodelled into a more humanoid form with the ability to shoot homing projectiles and unleash shockwaves, and Chaos was altered to resemble Vincent with demonic features, such as pale skin, yellow eyes, spiked hair, monster fangs, and frayed bat-like wings. Chaos had many powers such as a red/black beam that he used to kill Azul; was able to magically recreate his Death Penalty weapon which shot black/white beam; a melee attack that would release a red aura wherever he struck and ended the combo with a strange ball of energy, and an ultimate attack that he used to charge into Omega and destroy him.
Now for Roland Deschain...[Roland Deschain]
Roland Deschain, is a fictional character, the protagonist of Stephen King's The Dark Tower series.
Roland is alone at the beginning of the series, following the way of ka, a variant of destiny that is similar in concept to other karmic ideologies. The term ka-tet is used for a group of people who are deeply bonded to each other through ka. The seven-book series is about Roland's acquisition of a new ka-tet and the completion of his quest.
Roland is a 30th-generation descendant of his world's version of King Arthur, referred to in the series as Arthur Eld. In Wizard and Glass, during a flashback to Roland's time in the Barony of Mejis, a letter from his father identifies Steven Deschain as a 29th-generation descendent of Arthur Eld from a side lineage. Even his guns were originally made of the melted-down metal from the legendary Excalibur sword. It is hinted that one must possess this sword in order to enter the Tower.
Roland became a gunslinger at the unheard-of age of 14. The big revolvers are described as long and heavy, with blued steel (originally from his world's Excalibur) and sandalwood grips.
So, I ask you this, Who would win?