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Attila the Hun vs William Wallace

by deadliestwarrior_kelly   September 19, 2010 at 12:08AM  |  Views: 789

BEGINNING ASSESSMENT: The warrior that grew the fearsome Hunnic Empire, Attila the Hun. comes to a battle with Scotland's English fighting rebel patriot, William Wallace.

ATTILA THE HUN:

SHORT RANGE: Scythian Axe.

MEDIUM RANGE: Sword of Mars.

LONG RANGE: Hunnic Bow.

SPECIAL: Lasso.

WILLIAM WALLACE:

SHORT RANGE: War Hammer.

MEDIUM RANGE: Claymore Sword.

LONG RANGE: Ball & Chain.

SPECIAL: Targe Shield & Dirk Dagger.

EDGES:

AXE vs HAMMER. EDGE = HAMMER.

The War Hammer is a little longer and it also has a crushing piece on the other side, like an actual hammer. The axe is really good too, but even though it's faster, Wallace has a length advantage.

MARS vs CLAYMORE. EDGE = EDGE!

Both are similar in slashing, and what evens this out is that the Sword of Mars is more versatile, and the Claymore is a lot longer.

HUNNIC BOW vs BALL & CHAIN. EDGE = HUNNIC BOW.

The Hunnic Bow can shoot arrows, longer range, more accurate, and reusable. The Ball & Chain is very horrible, having only one great function, and that's beating you with it in a short range fight.

LASSO vs TARGE & DIRK. EDGE = TARGE & DIRK.

The Targe & Dirk is much more lethal, having great defense and offense with the Targe, and a sneak attack with the Dirk. The Lasso isn't very great, only making you die from being dragged for a while, or causing the Heimen's Fracture.

BATTLE:

Six Hun's, one of them being Attila the Hun, are sitting on their horses, riding to the top of a large hill. When there, they see on another hill, six Scotish men. One is identified as William Wallace, that looks at Attila. He looks back at his men and yells, "FREEDOM!!!," climbs on his horse, followed by the other horse riders. They start riding their horses toward eachother, the soldiers attacking eachother by clashing swords. William sees one of his men get a lasso around his neck, and falls off his horse. The Wallace member died from the Heimen's Fracture. Attila = 6. William = 5.

While the lasso holding man was trying to untangle the dead man from the rope, another Wallace soldier comes up and slashes the neck of Attila's man. The Wallace soldier got off his horse, swung his ball & chain, and threw it, trying to aim for an Hunnic soldier. It hit is chest, crushing it. He fell off his horse, spitting up blood. Another Hun came out of nowhere and shot the Scot in chest with an arrow. Attila = 4. William = 4.

The archer aims at William Wallace, but a hammer-like weapon smashed the archers head from behind. Blood from the head splattered. The hammer holding Scot fights with an axe holding Hun, and the axe was able to slice into his enemy's heart. The Hun with the axe is surprised when his horse suddenly stops, throwing him off. He lands on a targe's spike, and a dagger hits him in the jugular vain. Attila = 2. Willam = 3.

The Scot that just stabbed the Hun gets on his horse, but a sword of mars awaiting from the other side of the white stallion, stabs him in the neck. The Hun pulls out his sword, and tries to help Attila. As he gets closer to the two leaders clashing their swords, the Hun is tackled by a large Scotish brute, and a sword decapitates him. The Scot tries to help William, but after Attila's sword slipped, it stabbed him in the heart. Attila = 1. William = 1.

Wallace takes his sword and clashes it again to his enemy's sword for the umpteenth time, but he was able to slash at the armor of Attila. It ripped open the armor but didn't really wound him. Attila returned the slash, breaking a few rings on the chainmail. At the perfect time, William pulled out his targe, and protected against his enemy's sword. William pushed the shield, sending the spike into the shoulder of Attila. He falls off his horse, and William followed, holding his claymore. He swings it around, accidentaly giving Attila time to grab for his dropped sword. As Attila reaches it, flips around, the blade hitting the targe again, William pulled the shield and the sword away, and stabbed Attila in the guts. Attila coughs, spit up blood, and the claymore is pulled out, revealing blood on the blade. Attila = 0. William = 1.

WILLIAM WALLACE: 548.

WAR HAMMER: 136.

CLAYMORE: 241.

BALL & CHAIN: 6.

TARGE: 84.

DIRK: 81.

ATTILA THE HUN: 452.

SCYTHIAN AXE: 120.

SWORD OF MARS: 211.

HUNNIC BOW: 120.

LASSO: 1.

ENDING ASSESSMENT: Wallace's Claymore and Hammer impaled and killed Attila and his men with the short margin.

BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Claymore slashed and stabbed with a brutal 241 kills.

LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Lasso only wrapped and killed one, pathetic, time.

THE DAILY FOUR

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