This is my first time doing a rematch between two Ancient Warriors, but I still think this should of came out differently.
LONGSWORD vs SAGARIS. EDGE = LONGSWORD.
I agreed with the DW team here, the Longsword is a little longer and it has far greater slashing power.
LANCEA vs SPEAR. EDGE = LANCEA.
This was the most ridiculous given away edge, after stiletto vs bowie, because you can throw the Lancea! The Lancea also has that wavy pattern on it, which even Modern repairment would be hard to fix.
SLING vs BOW&ARROW. EDGE = BOW&ARROW.
The Bow&Arrow has far longer range, and it is more accurate.
BURDA vs CHARIOT SCYTHE. EDGE = BURDA.
The Burda has crushing power and the fact the Persian needs a chariot in a more suitable foot on foot battle, is rediculous.
A Persian enters on to a dirt road, surrounded by grassy clearings.He sees a man in front of him about 100 feet away. The Persian shoots an arrow, but it hits the Celt's shield. He starts running, shield still in front, and throws the sling. The Persian pulled up his wicker shield and it protected. He pulls out his spear, and the Celt brought out the lancea. At one point, the lancea stabbed the wicker shield, and pulled it away. The Persian takes out his sagaris axe and was able to take away the Celt's shield. The Celt was ready and quickly took out his burda club.
The club and the axe met, locking together. It was a long struggle, a struggle ended by the Celt's foot. He kicked the Persian down, but when he hit the floor he immediately rolled away, got up, and headed for his chariot. The scythe came at the Celt, but he was able to time it, and jumped over the one on his left. While in mid-air, he used the burda and knocked down the Persian again. Both fell on top of the other, and after a moment of confusion, the Celt brought out his longsword.
This time, the sword and the axe met, both locking again. The Persian turns around his spear that fell down after the tumble, and he knocked the Celt down. While down, the Celt grabs his lancea, that also had fallen, and he stabs the spear arm of the Persian. The spear is dropped, and this gives the Celt time to slash the legs of his foe.
He quickly fell down, and the Celt stabs the Persian in the heart with the lancea, immediately killing. After killing, the Celt sliced off his defeated enemy's neck, rose it to the sky, and roared in victory. He limped off back to his village, aided his wounds, and hung his beheaded trophy in front of his hut.
PERSIAN IMMORTAL: 454.
BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Celtic Longsword had a great 221 kills.
LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: BOTH the Sling and the Scythe were tied with 41 kills.