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Battle vs. Julius Caesar (by BattleGames1)[]

Caesar: Purple Purple Purple Purple Purple Purple

Ramses: Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow Yellow

Just outside the city of Pi-Ramesses, Ramesses II and 5 other maryanuu soldiers (two archers and three soldiers) are riding on their chariots towards a small oasis where it is believed a small scouting party from Rome are spotted. Over at the oasis, Caesar sits on horseback scouting around the place looking for the city upon which he intends his troops to capture. 5 other legionaries are busy restocking supplies around the oasis, their weapons scattered in packs around the area, when suddenly one man spots some figures approaching them in the distance. Caesar, after correctly assuming that the approaching men are Ramesses and his soldier, orders his troops to gather their weapons and prepare for battle, while he himself readies a pilum for firing. As the chariots get closer, Ramesses has one of his men ready his Hyksos bow. As the legionaries are scrambling to get their gear, the Egyptian archer on Ramesses chariot fires off an arrow that hits a slow legionary in the stomach, although the shot doesn't prove lethal. As Caesar fires off his pilum, and misses, the archer fires again, this time killing the wounded legionary in the face as he tries to get up Purple. Just before the archer on the other chariot can fire off one of his arrows, Caesar throws his second pilum and manages to kill the charioteer and, therefore, cause the vehicle to lose control and its occupants to be thrown off. Ramesses sees this and throws one of his javelins at Caesar but it misses him and hits (and deflects off) a legionary's scutum shield. In fact, all the legionaries have their shields and hastas at the ready - forming a defensive formation in front of Caesar. Visibly annoyed, Ramesses tries to steer the chariot around in an attempt to flank them. As the legionaries turn around to compensate for the lack of defence, the maryannu archer from the other chariot fires off another arrow, hitting a legionary in the side and, just his luck, killing him Purple. In response, one legionary readies his arcus bow and returns fire, managing to kill the Egyptian archer before he could load another arrow Yellow. With the circle of defence getting weaker, Caesar gallops away from the oasis, hoping to distract Ramesses while his legionaries finish off the maryannu. Ramesses, unaware and thinking Caesaris retreating to tell his army to come forward, has his archer step out of the chariot and provide the two maryannu soldiers some covering fire. The archer runs off to join the two men behind the fallen chariot. Before he goes off to fight Caesar, Ramesses has his chariot draw up alongside the remaining legionaries. Without any warning, Ramesses swings his flanged mace but only knocks off the helmet of another one as Ramesses then retreats away. Seeing the moment, the two maryannu infantry charge in with their shields and spears. The Romans, not wanting to be outdone, charge in with their shields and hastas. The two sets of warriors clash, whilst the archer continues firing his Hyksos bow. After a few moments of getting nowhere, one of the legionary's manages to knock down his opponent with a shield. Before the Egyptian can get back up one his feet, he sees the Roman legionary stab him in the chest Yellow. The remaining maryannu man breaks combat, unsheathes his khopesh and disarms the hasta from the legionary's hands. The legionary tries to grab his shield but the maryannu soldier slashes him on the cheek before (with a mighty thrust) jabbing the khopesh past the armour of the legionary Purple. Meanwhile, a bit from the melee, Caesar is trying to ride away as fast as he could, when he notices the battle between his legionaries and the Egyptians. Seeing Ramesses in his chariot fast approaching, Caesar hastily readies a plumbata and throws it at the Egyptian archer. By a longshot, the lead dart kills the archer Yellow. A second dart misses the maryannu soldier and hits the shield. The remaining maryannu at this point is still fighting the two legionaries. He manages to take a few swings at them with the khopesh but ultimately doesn't get anywhere. However, in the heat and after fighting for a while, the legionaries begin to tire out but not wanting to be outdone they prepare for a final charge at the remaining maryannu, meanwhile ready with his spear and shield. When the gap closed, the maryannu has managed to thrust his spear in just a small area between the shields that stabs a legionary in the neck Purple. The Egyptian soldier's spear however, gets stuck and the maryannu is forced to retreat to the fallen chariot to pick up his remaining spears but before he could do that, he is stabbed in the back by the lone legionary Yellow. As the maryannu's body collapses rolling towards the body of water, the lone legionary looks towards where Caesar and his horse are about to stop at and runs towards the location. Up where Caesar is, he dismounts and prepares yet another shot with the plumbata darts - he aims at the moving vehicle coming his way and throws but misses. Seeing the gap between Ramesses and him getting closed, Casear throws another dart at the wheels of the chariot, causing Ramesses and his man to fall off. Just as the pharaoh and his subordinate get up, the last soldier is hit in the chest by an arrow fired from the arcus of the legionary from before Yellow. In retaliation, Ramesses throws one of the javelins at the legionary - again it deflects off the shield. The second time Ramesses throw a javelin, he manages to the knock the helmet of the legionary before the javelin embedded itself into the centurion's lower nape, killing him Purple. Now, it is just Casear left to face the Pharaoh. The Pharaoh, with his khopesh drawn, stares down Caesar as the latter prepares to throw another pilum. After a few seconds, Caesar throws the projectile, which Ramesses dodges. As quick as lightning, Caesar grabs and throws another pilum, this time knock Ramesses war helment off. Not wanting to lose his symbol of power, Ramesses stoops to pick up his helmet, unaware that Caesar has mounted his horse and unsheathed the Crocea Mors. As Ramesses puts the helmet back on his head, he turns at the sound of hoofs coming towards him. Ramesses raises his sword ready to strike, but Caesar strikes first and only because with enough force, Caesar managed to stab the Crocea Mors past the bronze chainmail and kill Ramesses Yellow. As his opponent collapses onto the ground, Caesar dismounts his steed and lifts the sword from out of the body. Holding it up in triumph, Caesar yells "For the Glory of the Roman Empire!".

Winner: Julius Caesar

Expert's Opinion[]

In a landslide vote, Caesar won this battle simply because his weapons were made of a material that was superior in metallurgy (in this case iron over bronze) and that Caesar was the better general considering that he has faced chariot warriors before and won over them. If you think this battle was unfair in any way, shape or form or the warriors were poorly represented, then you can go ahead and do a rematch.

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Reason[]

The battle was declared unfair for Ramesses because of Julius Caesar's superior metallurgy.

Battle vs. Darius III  (by Yetimonster)[]

Darius and his driver make their way across the Middle East in a chariot. As the two Persians move forward, Darius suddenly spots a second chariot approaching. The second chariot is that of Ramesses II. Ramesses raises his Khopesh, and orders his driver to charge at Darius. With this, Darius has his driver charge as well. As the two chariots head at eachother, Ramesses raises his Hyksos Bow and fires an arrow at Darius. The arrow strikes, Darius' driver instead, forcing Darius to take control of the chariot to avoid crashing. Once, Darius' chariot comes to a halt, Ramesses and his driver rush at him. Darius pulls his Bow and Arrow, and fires at Ramesse, but kills the Egyptian driver. Darius fires again, but Ramesses blocks the blow with his sheild. Darius grabs for his Spear and Sheild now, and blocks a blow from Ramesses' Flegged Mace. Darius attempts to strike, but the attack fails because of Ramesses' Sheild. Darius attacks again, but Ramesses dodges the blow. Ramesses then hits Darius' arm with the mace, bringing the king to the ground. Ramesses tries to lay in the finishing blow, but Darius rolls out of the way, and stabs Ramesses in the leg. With his opponent injured, Darius takes the oppurtunity to grab a Sagaris and flee. Once Ramesses recovers he spots Darius fleeing, and hurls a Javelin he took of his dead driver. The Javelin misses it's target, and Ramesses arms himself with a Khopesh. Darius stops at the peak of a high cliff. With no where to run, Darius raises his Sagaris and engages Ramesses in combat. Ramesses slashes Darius across the chest, but Darius shakes off the blow. Darius attempts to strike with his Sagaris, but the blow is intercepted by the Khopesh. Darius attacks again, and succesfully hits Ramesses' wrist. However, Ramesses knocks the sagaris away with his sword, and slashes Darius across the leg and arm. Now in great pain, Darius hunches over, and stumbles away from Ramesses. Ramesses prepares to give the final strike, when suddenly, Darius grabs his Akinakes, and stabs Ramesses right through the wrist. Ramesses drobs his weapon before Darius stabs him throught the chest, and hurls his body off the cliff to the chasam below. Darius then raises his Akinakes, and screams in victory "PERSIA!"

Expert's Opinion[]

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Reason[]

The battle has been declared unfair from Ramsses due to Darius' superior metallurgy.

Battle vs. Qin Shi Huang (by Tesla Man)[]

The Military expedition of Ramesses, had ended in faliure, leaving Ramesses and only 5 men, lost in lands far beyond the empires reaches, and as far as Ramesses knows, farther than any empire has gone. he lost himself in a grassy field, with dry, cracked soil, matted against the soles of the soldiers sandals. They were low on food, but they continued on the low food they had left, and they would take any chance they got to scavage food. But now, luck was on thier side, as they made it to the top of a mountain, staring into a valley. the valley was beutiful, a stream spliting the fertile soil, and a grove of trees that beared an unidentified fruit. but they knew this prize wouldnt come easy, for across the stream, on the other side of the vally, The Great Qin, sitting under a tree, featsing on the fruit, surrounded by four Qin warriors, one drinking out of the stream, the other two eating a fruit, and the last one feeding the horse and hooking a chariot to the back.

The starving Ramesses, rode his chariot into the valley, followed by the three soldiers. as they made it to the banks of the stream, Ramesses ripped a fruit off the tree and took a mighty bite out of it, never one taking his eyes off of Qin Shihuang. Qin would constantly glance at Ramesses, feeling disturbed in a way, and he continued to eat his fruit akwardly. Ramesses, dropped his fruit and unsheathed his sword, pointing it at Qin, yelling, as the chariot charged across the stream, followed by the soldiers.

The stream, being atleast 50 feet wide, was wide enough for Qins army to have time to prepare for battle, the soldier drinkig the stream water, ran to the tents, where he met the two other infantry soldiers as they grabbed thier weapons and prepared for battle. The horseman, hooked up the chariot and got in, driving it towards Qin, guesturing for him to get in, and he did so with no hesation. and they charged forward as well.

Meeting about ⅔ of the way across the stream, the two armies clased with unparralel force, on Qin's side, one soldier had stayed back to load his crossbow and aim. he fired, striking one of Ramesses soldiers in the chest, severing an artery, and he fell into the water, spilling blood downstream. Ramesses, seeing this crossbowman was a threat, ordered for the chariot driver to pull up beside him. as they did so, the crossbowman fired another arrow, sriking the driver in the mouth, throwing him into the stream, clashing his head with the rocks, killing him. Ramesses jumped out of the chariot, and splashed into the water, an unsheathed his mace, and smacked the crossbowman in the face, killing him, but also breaking his mace at the shaft.

the 2 of Ramesses soldiers continued to fight the 3 chineese, without and kills on either side. Ramesses took this time to take out his bow aand fire at Qin, he loaded his bow and fired, but Ramesses' aim was disrupted by a turn of the chariot, as the arrow went into the collar bone of the charioteer, instead of Qin. looking down at the dead body guard, Qin grabbed the corpse, and threw it into the water, as he gained cotrol of the reins, charging at the 2 egyptian soldiers. one egyptian backed up as the chariot came plowing next to the seccond soldier, ripping his legs to peices with the chariot sythe. The egyptian was still alive, but not for long as a chineese shoved the tip of his Ji into the soliers back.

the chineese soldier looked up, and swung his Ji at the last egyptian soldier, wich was blocked by the egyptians spear. The soldier then pulled it out, only to be slashed in the neck by Ramesses' Kopesh. The last Chineese soldier pointed the Ji at the two, and took one swing and Ramesses, but he moved to the side quick enough to take his khopesh and smash the wooden shaft in two, as the other soldier grabbed a javelin and threw it, slicing through the soldiers upper leg, making him bleed to death.

Worn and tired, the soldier took a deep breath, and was slashed in the back by a Dao. as the soldier collapsed, Ramesses turned, realising Qin was there, Qin took another slash, cutting Ramesses arm, but not severing it. Ramesses collapsed into the river, bleeding as the blood seeped downstream. Qin unsheathed his dagger, and thrust it towards a kneeling Ramesses, but Ramesses swung his shierd around, as the dagger went through the shield and got stuck. Ramesses grabbed his Kopesh and slashed off Qin's arm, still holding the dagger. Qin grabbed his wrist in pain as Ramesses sliced his Kopesh at Qins face, making him tumble into the water.

Now on land, Ramesses grabbed a fruit from the tree, and took a bite out of it, then spit the bite out, and threw the fruit into the river in discust, and turned around, walking into the neverending field of trees.

Expert's Opinion[]

TBW

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Reason[]

Battle was declared invalid due to Qin being given a weapon he never used.

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