It has been another good year for Deadliest Fiction and pat ourselves on the back its time to give out some awards! Once again we the admin team thank our amazing editors, writes, and voters that keep this small but proud community alive.


  • You cannot self-nominate in any category.
  • You can only nominate a maximum of three battles or other users per category.
  • A battle or voter needs at least three votes to be placed on the ballot.
  • Users can nominate up to three users/battles per category. 
  • No ballot stuffing. Users that do so will receive a temporary ban.
  • Only written battles are eligible for nomination.
  • Battle must be written in 2018.
    • A battle published in 2017 but finished in 2018 is eligible for awards.
  • Debates are allowed, but please keep them civil and respectful.
  • If you nom a battle for battle of the year, make sure you have also nomed it for the appropriate category.


Battle Awards

Ancient Battle of the Year

Ancient.png Ancient Battle of the Year: Real Life Holy Grail War

Any battle that didn't involve gunpowder weapons. Ranging from Vikings raiding the coasts of feudal Japan to Beowulf defending his homeland from the invading King Arthur. Which battle do you think is destined for the history books?

Modern Battle of the Year

Modern.png Modern Battle of the Year: 2018: Viet Cong vs. Waffen-SS

  Guns, tanks, explosives, airplanes. All inventions that over the years drastically changed how men went to war. From wars between global superpowers to violent vigilantes taking on even more violent and insane criminal masterminds, which modern battle blew you away?

Fantasy Battle of the Year

Fantasy.png Fantasy Battle of the Year: 2018: Juuni Taisen Battle Royal

Heroic kings leading their armies the forces of darkness. Vampires stalking through the streets of London, looking for some necks to bite only to come face to face with a werewolf. Demigods battling for supremacy of their pantheon. Epic scenarios like this define fantasy battles. Which clash of magic is sure to go down into myth?

Best Sci-fi Battle

Scifi.png Sci-Fi Battle of the Year: 2018: Sinister Six vs Rogues

Boldly going to where none have gone before in a galaxy far, far away. Heroic rebels fighting against their galactic oppressors. The robots bend to end mankind fighting androids build to stop them. Which science fiction battle will define the years to come?

Battle of the Year

Boty3.png Battle of the Year Award

As always there were a lot of good battles this year, and honestly aren't we all winners? But only one can be the ultimate good battle. One that stands out as an example on just how a battle is written. Gentlemen and ladies if there are any here, what is the Battle of the Year?

User Awards

Most Creative User of the Year

Creative.png Most Creative User of the Year: 2018: SPARTAN 119

  Creativity is the lifeblood of this wiki. Its what we use to come up with interesting scenarios and intriguing matchups. Which user this year has been a shining example of how to make use of your imagination?

Editor of the Year

Editor.png Editor of the Year: 2018: Appelmonkey

  Pages need upkeep. They need to be edited. Bios rewritten to better fit our format, pages need to be created and their battle status updated whenever a battle is over. Which user had not only the most edits this year but also made sure the pages were presentable?

New User of the Year

Newuser.png New User of the Year: 2018: Tybaltcapulet

We might make fun of them at times, but even noobs can teach veterans a thing or two. Which new user has shown great promise this year?

Voter of the Year

Voter.png Voter of the Year: 2018: El Alamein

  We don't have any fancy pseudo-scientific test or analytic computers for us to decide who is deadliest. No, that duty falls onto our voters. But which voter used the best reasoning, best formatting, and best watertight logic to decide the Deadliest Warrior?

Author of the Year

Author.png Author of the Year: 2018: Battlefan237

  Writing a battle take creativity, imagination, a good understanding of both the source material you're working with and what you want to accomplish. The users nominated for this category know this way better than I and they make some of the best battles. So, who's battles did you enjoy reading the most?

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