Vikings- Warriors from Scandinavia, they were excellent navigators and traders... but in battle, they were violent and even blood-thristy, capable of intense focus on targets and even ignoring pain.
WHO IS DEADLIEST? Main Article: Deadliest Warrior: Competition
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Overall Winner: Celtic Warrior
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The battle begins with the Celt walking out of the forest and into the riverbank to drink some water. On the other side of the river, the Viking walks into the opening. The Viking is like a wolf; wild, aggressive, and hungry. The Celt and the Viking stared each other down, both reaching for their first weapon of choice. All of the sudden, the Viking charges towards the Celt. The Celt acts fast, and quickly draws out his huge claymore sword. The Viking pulls out his ulfberht sword, and cuts the Celt's arm before the Celt could swing the heavy claymore. The Celt back off, but the Viking tries to charge again. This time, the Celt was quick enough to lift up his claymore, and begins to swing the claymore repeatedly over his head and knocks the ulfberht out of the Viking’s hands. The Viking begins to back off, and tries to find a weak spot. The Viking tries to pull out his battle axe, but he is stopped when the claymore cut the side of his neck (almost cutting his head off completely). The Viking tries to ignore the pain, and quickly pulls out his battle axe. The Viking finally stops the propelling claymore with the back point of his axe and knocks the claymore out of the Celt's hands. The Celt runs backwards while trying to pull out his broadsword. The Viking quickly follows with a trail of blood behind him.
The Celt manages to pull out his broadsword and stands in a defensive position. The Celt’s sword and the Viking’s axe clashes together. After blocking and dodging eat other’s attacks, the Celt finds an opening and stabs his broadsword through the Viking’s stomach (surprisingly penetrating through the Viking’s armor). The Viking backs off and pukes out blood, but the Viking is tough, and deals with the pain. The Viking lets out a loud war cry, and throws his axe at the Celt. The Celt tries to move out of the way, but the spinning axe is too fast. The axe misses the vital spots, but manages to cut the Celt’s hand clean off. The hand falls on the ground along with the broadsword, and the Celt yells in pain. With not much options, the Celt makes a run for it into the forest.
The Celt tries to hide behind a tree as the Viking follows him into the forest. The Celt hides behind a large tree, out of the Vikings sight. As the Viking is searching, the Celt thinks of a plan to ambush the Viking unexpectedly. The Celt accidently bumps his injured arm on the tree and yells “AHHRR”! The Viking hears the Celt, and begins to charge to where the noise came from. Knowing that the plan didn’t work, the Celt comes out of hiding to face the Viking. The Celt also starts to run toward the Viking while letting out his war cry. As they are about to clash, the Celt secretly reaches for his halberd in hopes of striking the Viking’s head with a fatal blow. The Viking swings his axe, but misses. The Celt then punches the Viking in the face (which knocks his helmet off) and breaks his nose. While the Viking is distracted by the force of the punch, the Celt swings his halberd toward the Viking, but unfortunately misses due to the Viking noticing the halberd coming at the right time. The Viking dodges the attack, but the halberd does manage to cut part of his index finger off. Because of that, the Viking drops his battle axe. This time, the Viking starts to run in the other direction so that he has time to pull out his Viking spear. The Celt charge after the Viking, with a halberd on his left and a battersea shield on his right. The Viking pulls out his Viking spear and round shield to defend himself against the raging Celt. The Celt’s and the Viking’s spears and shields clash together with great force and ferocity.
After about 10 minutes of smashing, slashing, and tackling, the Celt and the Viking are tired and bloody. The Viking tries to thrust his spear at the Celt, but the Celt moves quickly to the other side, and smacks the Viking with his battersea shield, and the Viking goes down. The Celt tries to stab the Viking through his chest with his halberd, but the Viking quickly places his round shield on his chest, and the halberd penetrates the shield instead. The Viking now has a chance to pull the halberd out of the Celt’s hand while the halberd is stuck on the Viking’s shield. When the Viking starts to stand up, he notices his axe a few yards away. The Viking dashes toward the axe while the Celt tries to pull the halberd out of the round shield. The Viking grabs the Viking and takes aim. The Celt pulls the halberd out, faces the Viking, and starts to run after him. The Viking throws his axe, and strikes the Celt right in the head. The Celt collapses to the floor with an axe in his head, and a pool of blood. The Viking goes on his knees and roars in victory.
The Vikings and the Celts are both strong and formidable warriors, but the Viking was ultimately the winner because of the effectiveness of his weapons and the extremely high pain tolerance.