Gladiator vs Mongol

September 17, 2010

BEGINNING ASSESSMENT: Rome's Ancient entertainers that was to kill or be killed, the Gladiator, comes to a battle with Ghengis Kahn's warriors that ruled all of Asia, the Mongol. Who would win in this fight of East vs West?

GLADIATOR:

SHORT RANGE: Sica Sword.

MEDIUM RANGE: Trident.

LONG RANGE: Sling.

SPECIAL: Cestus & Scissor.

MONGOL:

SHORT RANGE: Ild Sword.

MEDIUM RANGE: Glaive.

LONG RANGE: Bow & Arrow.

SPECIAL: Flinged Mace.

EDGES:

SICA vs ILD. EDGE = SICA.

This was close, but as I've said before, the Sica is made to bend pass armor and shields. It also has slashing power.

TRIDENT vs GLAIVE. EDGE = GLAIVE.

The Glaive has slashing power and it has a little longer range.

SLING vs BOW & ARROW. EDGE = BOW & ARROW.

The Arrows are shot very accurately, and the Bow has much longer range.

CESTUS vs SCISSOR vs FLINGED MACE. EDGE = FLINGED MACE.

The Mace is very, very, deadly, and it's pretty much a bowling ball falling a thousand feet on your face! The Scissor and Cestus aren't very long, either.

BATTLE:

A Gladiator practicing with his killing is alarmed when he hears a roar cry to his west side, and saw a man at the top of a large hill on a horse. The Gladiator pulls out his sling, swings it around, and shoots it. The projectile hit the Mongol's shield, and the Mongol rode his horse closer, and shot an arrow. Like the Mongol, the Gladiator pulled out his shield, and after the arrow hit, he threw his sling again. This time it hit the chest but the armor protected. The Mongol got off his horse, carrying an ild.

As the Mongol got closer, the Gladiator pulled out his trident. The ild fell into the open area of the trident, and the Gladiator flicked his wrist, and sent the ild to the ground. Confronted by the trident, the Mongol reached behind his back, and pulled out his glaive. The glaive also fell into the trident, but the Mongol was able to throw the trident away. The Gladiator ran and put on a scissor. The scissor locked with the glaive.

After some struggling, the Gladiator pulled out his sica and stabbed into the left shoulder of his enemy. The Mongol dropped the glaive, and pulled out his ild. Both blades clashed together, each inflicting scratches at each other. After lacerating the Gladiator's arm, the Mongol ran to his horse and pulled the flinged mace from a pouch. He returned, broke the hand holding the scissor, and whacked the helmet off the Gladiator. Somehow, the Gladiator survived, but not for long. The flinged mace came down on his bare head, and in short terms, the head exploded. The Mongol roared in victory, got on his horse, and rode back to Mongolia.

MONGOL: 558.

ILD: 215.

GLAIVE: 145.

BOW & ARROW: 109.

FLINGED MACE: 89.

GLADIATOR: 442.

SICA: 158.

TRIDENT: 101.

SLING: 32.

CESTUS: 38.

SCISSOR: 113.

ENDING ASSESSMENT: The Mongol's viciousness and Bow & Arrow and swiftness of the sword dominated this game.

BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Mongol's Ild had a perfect 215 kills.

LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Sling wasn't very lethal, having only 32 kills.

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