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Battle vs. Lapu-Lapu (by Impaler5150)[]

Lapu Lapu scours his land on the Pacific coast. While looking out, Shaka attempts to kill him by surprise by throwing his iwisa, in which Lapu-Lapu blocked. Lapu -Lapu fired his pana sling dart, which also got counted by Shaka's wicker shield. After a brief staredown, Shaka and Lapu-Lapu run at each other full-force, meeting up on the beach. Shaka Zulu axe, but is parried by Lapu-Lapu's sibat spear. Lapu-Lapu stabs Shaka in his shoulder but Shaka swung the Zulu axe, slicing Lapu-Lapu's leg. Lapu-Lapu staggers off into the forest, with Shaka running right behind him. Shaka stabs at LAPU-Lapu with his iklwa spear, but misses. Lapu-Lapu counters with a slash to Shaka's leg with his kampilan sword. Shaka disarms Lapu-Lapu of the swprd and slings it into the ground. Shaka runs to get his spit of poison and chews some up and holds it in his mouth. Lapu-Lapu slashes Shaka from behind, but gets blinded by the spit of poison. Lapu-Lapu, blinded, is then impaled with the iklwa spear by Shaka. Shaka, victorious, staggers back to his Zulus to lay claim to what was Lapu-Lapu's territory.

Expert's Opinion[]

While Lapu-Lapu was slightly bigger and stronger, Shaka was just too much of a warrior for him.

To see the original battle, weapons and votes, click here.


The battle was declared invalid because Shaka was given poison spit, a weapon that did not exist.

Battle vs. Hattori Hanzo (by MilenHD)[]

It was a normal day in South Africa, King Shaka of the Zulus went to his everyday relax spot at the waterfall with acacias, but since was already an afternoon. Shaka also felt that he is being watched and had a very strange feeling, that's why he raised his shield and his iklwa in order to face whatever was near him. On one of the acacia trees Hattori Hanzo was on the branches and was going to make his move, he jumped and landed silently on the grass.

As Hanzo got closer to Shaka, he was holding three shurikens in his right hand and threw them at Shaka, but the Zulu king realised he is under attack and quickly raised his shield, blocking all the shurikens without realizing where they came from. Hattori was sneaking from behind with his yari, prepeared to stab Shaka, but the Zulu king heard his footsteps and dodge under the incoming yari and he threw his assegai, but he missed because Hattori juked it. As Shaka grabbed his iklwa and charged forward the ninja, Shaka managed to roll under the incoming stab attack of the yari and sliced it in half, Hattori pulled his wakizashi and sliced big portion of the ishlangu shield. Shaka threw his shield away and tried stabbing Hattori with his iklwa but the spear got parried by the wakizashi and Hattori swung his blade, going for Shaka's belly but the Zulu managed to move away from the blade and pull his axe, duel-wielding his weapons and as he swung with his axe, he managed to harm a little bit of Hanzo's shoulder, but with fast reaction Hattori sliced the incoming iklwa in half with his wakizashi.

Shaka now only had his axe and both continued fighting, as Shaka was going to decapitate Hanzo, but the ninja rolled and sliced the king's leg, making him to groan in pain. Shaka swung with full force and knocked Hanzo's wakizashi and Hanzo pulled his pair of sais, Shaka grabbed his iwisa and threw it at Hanzo, but the ninja managed to avoid it without any difficulty. As both warriors clashed again Hanzo got the upper hand and stabbed Shaka in the stomach, the Zulu king swung his axe but missed.

As Shaka was bleeding and trying his best to defend himself, Hanzo stabbed him again this time in the back. Shaka was at the end of collapsing and as he grabbed his iwisa, he tried to smash Hanzo's head, he was forced to drop his heavy axe and as swung and missed with his iwisa Hanzo stabbed him in the throat with his sais, killing the king of the Zulus.

As he polished his sais and put them back on his belt, Hanzo disappeared into the gloom and darkness of the trees.

Expert's Opinion[]

Hattori stealth, steel weapons, his mastery of ninjitsu and his experience as samurai managed to help him win the fight. While Shaka was rough opponent with better physicality and endurance, the terrain helped Hanzo win.

To see the original weapons, votes, and battle, click here.


Battle was declared invalid due to Hattori Hanzo being given weapons he did not use.