BEGINNING ASSESSMENT: India's ancient style fighters that fought off other nations come to the trained pacifist that also had great style.
SHORT RANGE: Katar Daggers.
MEDIUM RANGE: Khanda Sword.
LONG RANGE: Chakram Disc.
SPECIAL: Aara Coiled Sword.
SHORT RANGE: Emei Daggers.
MEDIUM RANGE: Twin Hooks.
LONG RANGE: Fire & Wind Wheels.
SPECIAL: Whip Chain.
KATAR vs EMEI. EDGE = KATAR.
Both Double Daggers are impresive, but the Katars are longer and adds killing power to a powerful punch. The only advance to the Emei is the movement.
KHANDA vs HOOKS. EDGE = HOOKS.
First I have to say that the Hooks are three weapons in one: a sword, daggers, and a shape for a block. There are also two of them, ergo, the TWIN Hooks. The Khanda is also lethal, but is going to have to worry about two Hooks.
DISCS vs WHEELS. EDGE = EVEN!
Both weapons are about the same in size and shape, and are very accurate. In my mind, they are almost the same weapon.
AARA vs WHIP. EDGE = EVEN!
Like the Discs and Wheels, both are about the same weapon. And you might say, "Wait! The Aara didn't get one kill to the Roman Centurion! How will it kill now, Kelly?!?!" Well good point, but the Centurion had chainmail on, which would protect against the flimsy weapon. Against the gi as armor it's going to kill.
In the middle of Asia (about half and half of India and China), there is a Shaolin Monk practicing with his agility, and when he reaches to practice with the twin hooks, he sees a man at the top of the hill holding a sword. The man, now recognized as a chainmail covered Rajput, roars, and runs down toward the Monk.
The Monk sets the hooks down and pulls out a fire and wind wheel. He throws it, and it gashes the arm of the Rajput. The Rajput also readies a chakram, and also grazes the arm of the Monk. The Rajput runs closer, still wielding his khanda. The Monk reaches for the hooks again, but had only time to grab one.
In a blade to blade battle, the Monk was finally able to use the hooked area and pulled away the khanda. To retaliate, the Rajput quickly pulled out two katars and held the hook with one, and stabbed the Monk's shoulder with the other.
The Monk ran away, and pulled out a whip chain. It wrapped around the leg of the Rajput, and tripped him. As the Rajput is down, he pulls out his aara and wraps it around the arm of the Monk. Both pull back their weapons, but the Rajput was stronger and pulled the Monk down.
Both get up, the Monk narrowly escaping a katar jab. As the Monk gets up, he distracts the Rajput with an emei, and uses the other one to try to stab, but the Rajput caught the Monk's arm, twisted it, and the Monk flipped around. He runs for his twin hooks, the Rajput in hot pursuit.
The Monk grabbed both the hooks, and stuck them together, spun around, and it slashed at thigh of the Rajput. The Rajput screamed from the slice, but he ran away, grabbed a chakram, and threw it at the Monk. The Disc came closer and closer, with unbelievable speed, and went straight threw the neck of the Monk. The Rajput roared in victory, holding up his khanda.
SHAOLIN MONK: 480.
TWIN HOOKS: 241.
FIRE & WIND WHEELS: 121.
WHIP CHAIN: 47.
ENDING ASSESSMENT: Even though these two warriors were pretty much neck and neck, the Rajput's Katar's made a difference with the Emei for two times the amount of kills.
BEST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Twin Hooks were able to slash, block, and stab 241 times.
LEAST PERFORMING WEAPON: The Whip Chain only was able to kill the Rajput 47 times.