China's passive martial artist fights the brilliant general of Macedonia!
Short Range- Emei Piercers
Mid Range- Twin Hooks and Staff
Long Range- Fire and Wind Wheels
Special- Whip Chain
Tactics- Never be the aggressor
Alexander the Great:
Short Range- Kopis
Mid Range- Xyston
Long Range- Gastrophetes
Armor- Bronze Cuirass and Helmet, Medium size Bronze Shield
Tactics- Adapt to the Situation
Short Range- Kopis vs Emei Piercers
The Kopis is a good size sword to be used with a shield, and has the ability to hack off limbs. The Emei Piercers can be deadly, but they have no range, and their concealability will not help in a face to face battle. Because of this, Alexander gets the Edge in SHort Range weapons.
Mid Range- Xyston vs Staff and Twin Hooks
Edge- Twin Hooks
The Xyston is a wicked long spear, and can easily stab through the Monks fleshy, non armored body, but I don't see it hitting the extremely quick Monk. It outreaches the Monks Weapons, which would normally give it the edge for me, but it's slow to manuver with it, and the Monk could get around that and get some easy kills from behind. The Twin Hooks are unbelieveable weapons, it can kill in about a million different ways, they can be hooked together and get a range in the 7 feet range, nearly as long as the Xyston. The armor on Alexander will definitely help against this weapon system, but there are a number of ways to get around armor with weapons such as the Twin Hooks. Also, the Staff can be used to knock the Xyston out of the way and get in too close to use the Xyston. The Twin Hooks lethality ives the Shaolin Mink the Edge in Mid Range weapons.
Long Range- Gastrophetes vs Fire and Wind Wheels
The Gastrophetes is a horrible weapon to use against such a fast and deadly warrior like the Monk in the heat of battle, but since the Monk only uses his skills in self defense, Alexander has the chance to kill the Monk before he even takes out a weapon. The Fire and Wind wheels aren't very effective killing tools, as they get very low penetration, and Alexanders armor can deflect them easily, which gives Alexander the Edge in Long range weapons.
Special Weapons- Ballista vs Whip Chain
Edge- Whip Chain
The Ballista is like the Gastrophetes... Except you cant move it. Using this in a one on one battle would be horrible for the User, and against the Monk it might get one shot off before the Monk is on top of Alexander. The Whip Chain has decent range, and a good chance to debilitate Alexander for even a few seconds, giving the Monk time to use a better weapon. The Whip Chain gives the Monk the Edge in Special Weapons.
Armor- None vs Bronze
Alexander was armored enough to cover his important areas, but still be mobile on the battlefield. The Monk was very fast and was nearly unrivaled in dodging attacks, but if he gets hit, it's a 100% chance of at least a graze, which would slow him down. Because of this, Alexander gets the Edge in Armor.
Tactics- Never be Aggressor vs Adapt to Situation
The Monks Tactics of always being peaceful is nice for a Buddhist, but for a warrior getting the first hit can decide the battle in many cases. Alexander may not have faced anyone like the Monk before, but history shows us that he's had no problem overcoming those challenges before, so Alexander gets the Edge in Tactics.
A Shaolin Monk sits in the woods, meditating. He is busy listening to the wind, when suddenly a giant projectile punches into the tree behind him. He opens his eyes to see a giant machine with a man turning a crank on it. The Monk runs back through the trees so the Machine cannot hit him. Alexander, seeing the retreat, abandons his Ballista and pursues the Monk.
The Monk grabs his staff and sets his other weapons up on a tree nearby. Alexander charges in with his Kopis and Shield and quickly realizes that his opponent is unarmored. He charges with his head behind his shield and slashes at where the Monk was, but he's not there anymore. He then gets hit in the back of the legs by the Monks staff.
The Monk knocks his Kopis out of his hand and it gets lodged in a tree. Alexander gets up and swings his shield at the Monk, but the Monk stops the attack with his rock hard hands. He backflips over to his tree and grabs his Twin Hooks, as Alexander drops his shield and readies his Xyston.
The Monk runs at Alexander, baiting him to stab. Alexander quickly thrusts and the Monk Jumps above it; exactly as he thought he would do. Alexander quickly swings his Xyston around him and hits the Monk before he can dodge, knocking him down. Alexander capitalizes by stabbing at the ground, but the Monk rolls and jumps up to take out his Whip Chain.
Alexander backs up and keeps the Monk at bay with his Xyston. The Monk uses this chance to throw a wheel at Alexander, who tries to dodge the attack. The Monk uses the opportunity to roll under the Xyston and knock it out of Alexanders hands. Alexander quickly charges at the Monk and tackles him to the ground. He chokes the Mink nearly to death, when suddenly the Monk takes out his Emei Piercers and stabs his arm. As the Monk rolls away, Alexander runs to the tree with his Kopis.
The Monk charges Alexander with his Emei Piercers, but right as he goes for his neck, Alexander rips the Kopis from the tree and lodges it in the Monks throat. Alexander yells "Macedon!" as the Monk falls to the ground, sword still in his neck.
Winner: Alexander the Great
While both had deadly weapons, Alexanders armor and superior tactics made the difference in the battle.
Alexander the Great- 571 Kills
Kopis- 285 Kills
Xyston- 238 Kills
Gastrophetes- 45 Kills
Ballista- 2 Kills
Best Weapon- The Kopis slashed the Monk 285 times
Worst Weapon- The Ballista got 2 overkills and the Monk
Shaolin Monk- 429 Kills
Emei Piercers- 36 Kills
Twin Hooks- 348 Kills
Staff- 31 Kills
Fire and Wind Wheels- 1 Kill
Whip Chain- 13 Kills
Best Weapon- The Twin Hooks tore Alexander up 348 times
Worst Weapon- The Fire and Wind Wheels got a headshot