Samurai vs Mongol
BEGINNING ASSESSMENT: Can Japan's armored, lightning fast, killer, the Samurai vanquish Ghengis Kahn's empire, the Mongol?
SHORT RANGE: Katana Sword.
MEDIUM RANGE: Naginata.
LONG RANGE: Yumi Bow&Arrow.
SPECIAL: Kanabo Club.
SHORT RANGE: Ild Sword.
MEDIUM RANGE: Glaive.
LONG RANGE: Bow&Arrow.
SPECIAL: Flinged Mace.
KATANA vs ILD. EDGE = KATANA.
The Katana has a much greater slashing ability, able to cut through two people at once. It is also very fast, able to fly out of its scabbard in less than a third of a second.
NAGINATA vs GLAIVE. EDGE = NAGINATA.
This was close, but when you take a closer look at both weapons you'll see that the Glaive only relies on stabbing. The Naginata relies on both stabbing and slashing. Also, the Naginata is much faster.
YUMI B&A vs MONGOL B&A. EDGE = MONGOL.
Both are excellent, but the Mongol can shoot his arrows at much longer range, about five football fields. That means we'll get more kills/hits from the Mongol first.
KANABO vs FLINGED MACE. EDGE = FLINGED MACE.
This was really close, but the Kanabo has to worry about a shield, and Mongol's have a very strong shield like the Spartan's, but Samurai don't use shields. The Mace has a lot of crushing power, and if it doesn't kill you on impact, it will paralyze you in pain, and then you will be killed.
A Samurai is seen walking through a grassy clearing. He walks up a hill and sees a Mongol running at him. The Mongol shoots an arrow, but the Samurai dived down. As he gets up he shoots an arrow of his own. It only gashes the leg of the Mongol. The Mongol gets close to the Samurai and pulls out his ild. The Samurai counters it with a katana. They slash at each other's blades. The Mongol finally pulls out his flinged mace. He tries to crush the Samurai's head, but the naginata, now pulled out, is jammed between the opened area's. The naginata is pulled away and falls ten feet away.
The Samurai pulls out his kanabo, ready to do some crushing of his own, but the ild slashed against the armor. He runs, but trips over the hill, rolling head over heels. He gets up, and walks it off like nothing even happened. He pulls up his kanabo again, and goes for the Mongol's foot. He screams in pain, but the ild slices the kanabo again. As the Samurai runs up to grab his naginata again, the Mongol tries to chase him, but his foot injury makes him limp.
The Samurai is seen at the top of the hill with his naginata. He runs down the hill but the mace comes up and hits him in the shoulder. The Samurai starts flipping over again but can't walk it off. In fact, he couldn't even get up. Finaly, the glaive is brought out and the Samurai is stabbed in the heart. The Samurai coughs up blood, and dies. The Mongol leaves the glaive stuck in the body, and limps off with his ild.
FLINGED MACE: 144.
ENDING ASSESSMENT: The Mongol had better long range weapons and he had an amazing crushing weapon.
BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Katana, even though the Samurai lost, had an amazing 162 kills.
LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Yumi, still pretty high percentage, got 100 kills. All weapons were in triple digits.