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Warrior52134
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SonicNinja
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Stealth/any ninja killing style prevails over stereotypical warriors.

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 1/10/2011 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 6 years ago Status: Voting Period
Viewed: 741 times Debate No: 14353
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Warrior52134

Pro

In this debate, I will argue that stealth or any traditional ninja/assassin techniques are more effective than typical warriors/knights.

Ninja - covert agents of feudal Japan specializing in unorthodox methods of warfare. The functions of the ninja included subterfuge, sabotage, infiltration, and assassination, as well as open combat in certain situations. They show a deep contrast to the samurai.

Typical weapons include:
Katanas (used for multiple purposes other than dueling as shown in fiction), daggres, blowguns, darts, knives, shurikens, light armor, etc.

Warriors - a person specialized in combat or warfare.

Common characteristics include:
Swords, shields, heavy armor, etc..


SonicNinja

Con

First, I would like to say that I generally agree with the Pro on this position.
however, there is one warrior I believe we wouldn't take into consideration on this subject: The Ronin

Ronin is a Samurai with no master. because of this, independence and non-loyalty to one's master would usually arise. As such, the honor that the Samurai had would be lost, and puts the Ronin in a position to combat the ninja.

I'm debating for the sake of debating, however, I do intend to argue my point

I with the Pro and myself luck

Debate Round No. 1
Warrior52134

Pro

Warrior52134 forfeited this round.
SonicNinja

Con

clearly this isnt gonna go very well -.-
when the debate is over, i will start a similar one, however, i shall take the role of pro
Debate Round No. 2
Warrior52134

Pro

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SonicNinja

Con

*Sadface*
who ever is actually watching this, please vote for a tie. I'd hate to win by forfeit
Debate Round No. 3
Warrior52134

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SonicNinja

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Debate Round No. 4
Warrior52134

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SonicNinja

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by SonicNinja 6 years ago
SonicNinja
im just saying: we SHOULD have started that on the debate section. to actually debate.
there i'll present arguments
Posted by SonicNinja 6 years ago
SonicNinja
im just saying: we SHOULD have started that on the debate section. to actually debate.
there i'll present arguments
Posted by speeldude 6 years ago
speeldude
Lol ninja vs spartan was already done on Deadliest Warrior. But it presented an incorrect conclusion because it was based on a point system that was proportional to the "deadliness" of an individual attack. It didn't take into consideration either party's fighting techniques and was therefore inaccurate.
I do believe that ninja has a huge advantage over the ronin. Looking at history, ninjas evolved out of the working class that was mistreated by the upper class. Out of necessity they developed both weapons and techniques geared specifically against the Samurai, but applicable in any situation.
Posted by Cobo 6 years ago
Cobo
I really wanna do a spartan Con, here.
But naw
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Vote Placed by Ragnar 3 years ago
Ragnar
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Reasons for voting decision: Tie by request of con.