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Who Would Win?

Battle of the Ninjas

Hey hey hey, week three of Who Would Win is here!

Week 2 was nearly unanimous voted in favor of Sam Fisher taking out Agent 47. This week however, we’re taking out the crowds and the stealth elements and bringing out a couple big hitters who are amazingly agile.

Sneaking out from the shadows are two well-trained ninjas who spray blood like it’s their favorite hobby. Our first combatant, Ryu Hayabusa of the Dragon Clan, wields the legendary Dragon Sword and swings it without discrimination. Whether he’s taking down armed guards or fighter jets, Ryu always finds a way to topple any challenge presented. Our other fighter, Shinobi of the Oboro dojo, is much more skilled with Shuriken but proves to be just as lethal with a sword.

As always, the participants will face off within three different arenas. This week however, each warrior has an advantage/disadvantage in each zone. Weaponry will also be limited to only swords and shuriken, meaning this is a battle of pure weaponry talent. Now it’s time to decide; Who Will Win!?

 

Essential Rules

How?

Three rounds, winner of two takes the overall victory.

 

Who?

Ryu Hayabusa vs. Shinobi

 

Where?

Round 1: New York City rooftops. Birds aplenty, and a single falling can easily kill either ninja.

Round 2: Aokigahara Forest (The Suicide Forest). Plenty of trees for setting ambushes, as long as the dead don’t mind.

Round 3: A dark, dank, and musty cave. Open yet many pathways to traverse, but slippery textures that prevent parkour traversing.

 

Abilities allowed in battle?

Swords and shuriken only.

 

Who Would Win!?


 

Comments

Julian Titus Senior Editor

10/07/2014 at 01:56 AM

While Ryu and Joe Musashi are tearing around trying to combo each other and being generally un-ninja-y, Rikimaru from Tenchu stealth kills both those fools at the same time.

NSonic79

10/12/2014 at 04:15 AM

Oh this one is a hard one. on the one hand you have Ryu with this fighting abilities either from Dead or Alive and with Ninja Gaiden. And then you have Shinobi with his chain combos, wall running and throwing star ability.

Ill go with Shinobi given the story line in the original Ninja Gaiden in how it was he that took out the evil prior to the first Ninja Gaiden game.

Coolsetzer

10/26/2014 at 09:59 AM

Ryu. Just because Shinobi would be distracted by the bouncy :ahem: Dead or Alive women.

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