Who would win this fight?Posted by: Black-Jesus
21 Total Votes
HumansA strike force of three humans from medieval times, armed with everything the human species has to offer at that time; the best armor, best horses, and best weapons.
CrocodilesFIve man-sized crocodiles that aren't exactly happy to have their homes destroyed by you and your fighting
WolvesA pack of eight pissed off wolves, but they are also the most physically fit wolves in the world.
ChimpsThe fight stumbles into a tropical forrest, and with a rush of movement in the trees above six chimpanzees drop from their branches and unleash monkey hell
RhinoA Rhino, juggernaut of the wild, tears down every tree in its rush to join in on the stuggle
SerpentsA group of fifteen or so poisonous, python sized serpents, remembember, you didn't win if the venom kills you
Grizzly BearsA trinity of grizzlies awakened from their hibernation to rip every living thing in their wake in half
HawksA swarm of ten hawks with razor-sharp talons flock around all the other competitors
The medieval part is actually quite hard to decide for the humans. The best physically fit wolves? Over all, the snakes would have trouble taking out the armored knights due to their heavy armor ( if they have that ) but the wolves could overwhelm the humans. While the wolves would have trouble with the snakes. I cannot decide.
"group of fifteen or so poisonous, python sized serpents" what type of python?
Oh god, did you just call chimps 'monkeys'?
It would be better to have the men fighting on foot, considering adding horses into the equation means that it is men + horses and not just men.
Daleks The Daleks are a fictional extraterrestrial race of mutants principally portrayed in the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who. The Daleks were conceived by science-fiction writer Terry Nation and first appeared in the 1963 Doctor Who serial The Daleks, in the shells designed by Raymond Cusick. Within the programme narrative, Daleks are an extraterrestrial race of cyborgs created by the scientist Davros during the final years of a thousand-year war against the Thals. He genetically modified his race (known as the Kaleds), and integrated them with a tank-like, robotic shell. His final modification was to remove their ability to feel pity, compassion, or remorse. The Daleks soon came to view themselves as the supreme race in the universe and began a conquest of universal domination and extermination. Various storylines portray them as having had every emotion removed except hate, leaving them with a desire to purge the universe of all non-Dalek life. Collectively they are the greatest enemies of the series' protagonist, the Time Lord known as the Doctor. During a conflict with the Time Lords, the Daleks were almost completely killed off. This took place off-screen between the 1996 television movie and the 2005 revived series, and was depicted in the 50th anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor". Their defeat was a plot point in several episodes. They are popularly known for their catchphrase "Exterminate!" and are a well-recognised reference in British popular culture.
To BblackkBbirdd , pythons are constrictors and are not poisonous, I said the serpents are python-sized for dramatic effect, they are just large rattlesnakes, and I didn't mean to call chimps monkeys, my bad. And to Philocat, one if the most powerful aspects of humans are their abilities to tame and team with animals, so if any other species wanted to exterminate humans they must also deal with the other species' that humans will throw at them.