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You know Kane's defenses better than anybody.
— Vladimir to Set
Vladimir Menshikov, also known as Vlad the Inhaler due to his raspy breathing and voice, is a Russian Magician serving as one of the main antagonists in The Kane Chronicles. Vladimir is a descendant of the priests of Ra, the ones who had written the Book of Ra. Vlad, who was originally considered a hero by the House of Life, served as the leader of the 18th Nome in Russia. He served as an assassin for rogue magicians, which, alongside his increasingly chaotic methods, caused him to quickly become a villain. Vladimir's goal is to destroy the Book of Ra and allow Apophis to rise and defeat Ra to plunge the world into chaos. His attempt to destroy the book costed him his eyes, face, and voice, leaving him permanently wounded and disfigured. 

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Battles here were deemed to be unfair or otherwise not in accordance with wiki standards, and have been removed from the statuses of the warriors and displayed below.

Battle vs. Voldemort (by Deathblade 100)[]

Vladimir: BrownBrownBrownBrownBrown

Voldemort: GreenGreenGreenGreenGreen

The battle starts with Voldemort, Nagini and three Death Eaters apparating in the streets of St. Petersburg. They enter a room in the Hermitage and encounter a Russian security guard. Voldemort casts the Killing Curse, which misses. The Russian turns and casts the Ha-di spell, killing a Death Eater.Green Voldemort casts yet another Killing Curse, hitting the magician.Brown  Vladimir and three Russian magicians turn a corner, hearing the noise. Voldemort and his Death Eaters point their wands at the magicians. Vlad casts Sa-Mir causing a Death Eater to writhe in pain. Voldemort casts the Cruciatus Curse at Vladimir, who deflects it with N'dah. Vlad and his remaining Magicians withdraw further into the 18th Nome.

Voldemort takes Nagini to find Menshikov. The other two Death Eaters turn a corner just as a Russian emerges out of a room and casts Ha-Wi at one of the Death Eaters, knocking him down a flight of stairs and breaking his neck.Green Voldemort apparates to the room and releases Nagini onto a Magician. The snake bites into the Russian, severing the Carotid and Jugular veins.Brown As Nagini slithers away, Voldemort casts the Imperius Curse on a magician and forces him to scout out the area for him. 

TBC

Winner: Voldemort

Expert's Opinion[]

Voldemort won due to superior spells and experience. Vladimir was more sane but, his poor sight meant the more experienced Voldemort won the battle.

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

Reason[]

The battle was declared invalid because both combatants had their magic nerfed.

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