Who would win? by TheGunslinger

Who would win in duel at high noon? (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

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TheGunslinger says as a tumbleweed rolls by the crowd watches in awe as two of the greatest gunslingers face off. the bell tolls...

Who would win in a battle (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

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TheGunslinger says if they somehow met on the battlefield... who would win and remember both of them are used to fighting lightly armored enemy's

Who would win in a battle (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

Who would win in a battle (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

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TheGunslinger says what are we, vikings?

Who would win in a battle (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

Who would win in a battle (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

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TheGunslinger says BEARDS MOTHERF*CKER!

Who would win in a battle (By TheGunslinger MaleGold MedalGold TrophySuper Star 4 years ago)

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TheGunslinger says Solduros Historically, Celtic nobles surrounded themselves with elite bodyguards of kings, magistrates, and other important nobles and officials, such as high ranking druids. Among them were the "Soldurii", the greatest warriors of the Aquitanni. Each man pledged his life to a fellow of this brotherhood, and the man pledged to would return this pledge; if the one of these two died, and the other did not, the remaining man would take his own life after the battle, for having failed defend him. Julius Caesar noted that no man ever backed down from this duty, and did so fearlessly. Their skill was tremendous; they fought against great odds and could defeat many times their own number. So great and legendary was their name even to their enemies that it can be found having influenced words such as 'soldier' and 'solidarity'. Spartans Historically, Sparta was the first experiment in what we might recognize today as militarized National Socialism. Their boys were taken from the parents as soon as they were able to walk and trained to be soldiers. They were often beaten and generally mistreated by their teachers until they reached an age where they could fight back. They engaged in heavy physical activity from an early age, exercising and practicing to fight almost as a religion. They were encouraged to steal and be crafty to survive, but were often beaten if caught. There are even some accounts of required sodomy between the young boys and sometimes even wife sharing, with the belief that a military unit should even love together! In this harsh environment, tough and fanatical soldiers are produced. When the Spartans were finally defeated and subjugated by the Romans, one of the more conservative Roman nobles is said to have wept and lamented the passing of a warrior culture without equal. The Spartan mantra is: march back in triumph with your shield, or be brought back lying upon it.