Have you ever wondered how the villains won so many battles in World B? The Warriors of Cosmos have only ever won the 13th cycle. But why? The Warriors of Chaos only seem to fight to cause anguish to the Warriors of Cosmos. Even worst, they backstab, plot and scheme against one another. because they have no real alliance.
The Warriors of Chaos won due to the number of manikins that overwhelmed the Warriors of Cosmos. Had the manikins defeated the heroes from the 13th cycle, the Warriors of Chaos would have turned on themselves.
So then, if it came down to it, which of the Warriors of Chaos would have won? My guess is that the battle for supreme villain would have came down to five warriors. The other Warriors of Chaos are competent fighters and capable magicians. Yet none of them match the raw power these five have:
However, let’s eliminate them, one by one, as they would. Kefka, while a god, wouldn’t last very long in a fight. His motive is to cause as much chaos as possible. Yet, with the Warriors of Cosmos defeated, he may as well lose his purpose. Kefka would have seen the meaningless of power long ago. Without any reason to continue, he would take defeat and simply fade away…
Exdeath would be a formidable opponent, as long as he’s able to control the Void. ExDeath controls the Void (well, he thinks he can), and the Void is nothing. So Exdeath controls nothing. However, as we see in Final Fantasy V, he lost control. The Void controlled him. And one of his opponents is an emissary of the Void.
If it comes down to one who controls space or controls time, who would win? Emperor Mateus controls the Heaven and Hell, and conceivable everything in between. Ultimecia has the raw power to control time and space. Ultimecia can control time, making it difficult for others to move. Emperor Mateus controls the Heavens and Hell (space), making him omnipresent. Do you think he could win against Ultimecia, who could literally control time and stop any attack?
Together, they’d make a powerful team up, as one controls space and the other controls time. But they might conflict in their goals. And they would need it if they were going to take on the Cloud of Darkness. The Cloud of Darkness, since it is the Void and has the power to end all things. They’re nearly limitless in their destructive power, and each has their own strengths and weaknesses, so who would win?