BEGINNING ASSESSMENT: China's pacifist that only kills for perfection, takes on Japan's lightning fast murderer, who will win, Agility vs Agility?
SHAOLIN MONK's NEW WEAPONS:
Emei Piercers = SAME.
Twin Hooks = SAME.
Staff = Fire and Wind Wheels.
Whip Chain = Meteor Hammer.
EMEI PIERCERS vs NINJATO. EDGE = NINJATO.
The Ninjato Sword is much faster and longer range. It also has slashing lethality you would find in a katana. The piercers, or daggers, very short, and only stab.
TWIN HOOKS vs KUSARIGAMA. EDGE = TWIN HOOKS.
This was close because both weapons are very lethal but you have to remember that the Hooks are very sharp like swords, the tips can be used as knives, and the handle can block attacks. Those are three functions, a Kusarigama having only two.
FIRE & WIND WHEELS vs SHURIKEN. EDGE = FIRE & WIND WHEELS.
Both are very effective, stars that you throw. However, the areas in the wheels can trap an enemies sword or staff. They are much larger and have more spikes on the weapon. When thrown, they can go longer distances. They can be used as a short range weapon, slashing at a person while still holding them.
CHOPSTICKS vs BLOWGUN. EDGE = BLOWGUN.
The Blowgun has poison lethality and better accuracy. Even though the chopsticks can lacerate flesh it won't kill every time.
METEOR HAMMER vs BLACK EGGS. EDGE = METEOR HAMMER.
The Meteor Hammer has longer range and will kill. It also has a long enough rope to wrap around weapons or people.
An Asian forest shows a Shaolin Monk training himself by doing his excersises. He hears a noise, and sees movement in a tree. A man fully covered in a black gi, the opposite of the Monk's orange gi, jumbs out of a tree, holding a sword. As the Ninja, the twin hooks come out and clash blades. At one point, the hook in the Monk's right hand pulls away the sword. The Ninja flips backwards and pulls his kusarigama out. The Monk also switches weapons, grabbing the meteor hammer out. They both sling their weapons at the same time both wrapping around each other. The rope and chain tie themselves together. After a minute of having both weapons tied together, the Ninja takes the ax side of the kusarigama and cuts the Monk's rope. The Monk grabs his hooks again, and sttarts running.
The Monk turns around and sees a shuriken fly at him. He hardly dodged it, the star gashing his left arm. He throws a star of his own, a fire & wind wheel. The Ninja, to, was gashed by it. While the Monk was running, the Ninja grabbed his ninjato and starts clashing blades once again.
The Ninja finally throws a black egg into the the face of the Monk. Ground up glass scatters around the face, making the monk wipe it out of his face. While doing so, he connects both hooks together. It gashed the leg of the Ninja. He flips backwards, and when he lands, he shoots an arrow. It hits the shoulder of the Monk, not touching the bloodstream. The Monk takes it out, and throws a chopstick. It misses. The Ninja comes back with the ninjato, ready to kill his enemy. Instead he's distracted by an emei. When he stops looking at the rotation of it, a hook comes down and stabs the heart of the Ninja.
SHAOLIN MONK: 545.
TWIN HOOKS: 433.
FIRE & WIND WHEELS: 40.
METEOR HAMMER: 12.
BLACK EGGS: 0.
ENDING ASSESSMENT: The Monk's weapons weren't really lethal except for the murderous Twin Hooks.
BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Twin Hooks were the best weapon by far. It had 433 kills; 22 less than all of the Ninja's kills.
LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Black Eggs got no kills, its usual total.