BEGINNING ASSESSMENT: India's early killing machine that fought off other nations, the Rajput, comes to a battle with France's later horseback, god-believing Knight!
SHORT RANGE: Khanda Sword.
MEDIUM RANGE: Tabar Axe.
LONG RANGE: Chakram Disc.
SHORT RANGE: Broadsword.
MEDIUM RANGE: Halberd.
LONG RANGE: Crossbow.
KHANDA vs BROADSWORD. EDGE = EVEN!
Both these incredible swords have unbelievable slashing power. Khanda could cut through five cow ribs which would be a thick human, and the Broadsword could cut through an entire human, making them pretty even towards eachothers armor.
TABAR vs HALBERD. EDGE = HALBERD.
The Halberd is more then an axe, it has a spear and a hook to either stab or to pull stuff away.
CHAKRAM vs CROSSBOW. EDGE = CHAKRAM.
Before you guys call me crazy, the Chakram is very accurate and is easier to grab more faster then pulling out more arrows.
KATAR vs MORNINGSTAR. EDGE = KATAR.
There are two Katar's and while one can block or hold a weapon, the one can punch you with its one to three blades, making a powerful punch to a stab. Plus, the Morningstar can be dangerous to even the person wielding it, making it omni-directional.
A Knight is seen riding his horse throughout a grassy clearing with trees on the side. He stops when he sees a man dressed in a greenish-brown cloak, with leather, chainmail, and iron discs in a few places. It's a Rajput. The Rajput readies his chakram, and throws it. The flying disc hit the Knight in the shoulder, trying to dodge, but no damage was inflicted. The Knight shows his morningstar, and commands his horse toward the enemy.
As the horse got closer, the Knight started swinging the morningstar, and when upon the enemy, the Rajput was able to dodge it, pulled out his tabar, and slashed at the shoulder holding the morningstar, and was able to pull him off the horse. The Knight falls down hard, but he kicks his enemy with his iron foot. The Rajput also falls down, but they both get up at the same time. They take out their swords and clash them. Each slash at the others armor, and eventually, the Rajput reached into his cloak pocket and pulled out a katar.
The Rajput delivers a punch with his katar, but only punches a small hole in the armor, but doesn't kill. The Knight ran away toward his horse, pulled off a halberd and a crossbow. He plants the halberd in the ground with the spear end, and steadies his crossbow. The crossbow shoots, and hits the leg of the Rajput. He pulls out the arrow, and throws another chakram. It hits the stomach of the Knight but only slashes the armor again. The Knight pulled out his halberd, and charged.
The Knight was able to use the hook on the halberd to pull away the khanda, then threatened the Rajput with the spear. The Rajput walked backwards, but after reaching behind his back, he pulled out his tabar again, and they started an axe fight. Eventually the spear on the halberd stabbed the side of the Rajput, but he didn't die. But he tricked the Knight. After falling down, the Rajput knows the Knight is looking down to see if he's dead. He is fooled, but the Rajput tightened his grip on the axe, and took it onto the neck of the Knight. The Rajput got up, still having the axe in the neck, and sees blood squirting out. The armor was broken and the Rajput pulled out the tabar. He rose it in victory, and roared in victory.
ENDING ASSESSMENT: Due to having great armor this was very close, only a differing 14 kills. What made this go with the Rajput is the fact that he had more killing like weapons and more versitile.
BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Rajput's Khanda meat slicing Khanda had 162 kills.
LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: Not so bad, the Knight's Crossbow had 92 kills.