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PostSubject: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:21 am

Basically, I'm gonna pit some monsters against eachother and YOU the viewers, decide who would win!

Note: Large Monsters Only

ROUND 1

Rathian vs Gigginox

ROUND 2

2000 Great Jaggi vs Jhen Mohran

ROUND 3

Mini Uragaan vs Royal Ludroth

ROUND 3

Agnaktor vs Lagiacrus

ROUND 4

Barioth vs Diablos

ROUND 5

50 Rathalos vs Alatreon

ROUND 6

75 Gobul vs Ceadeus

ROUND 7

Uragaan vs Deviljho

ROUND 8

10 Great Baggi vs Barroth



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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:29 am

Thank you for taking over for Vortiene's lazy ass.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:19 am

The correct answer is: Bahanara
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 7:48 am

SPECIAL ROUND

25 Giant Gobuls vs Giant Deviljho
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 4:42 pm

Round 1-Rathian. Even though Ian's fireballs are not as bad as Rathalos I still think Ian would firespam Nox who is weak to fire. Nox is annoying but Ian is a bit faster, Nox would charge and Ian would jump in the air and tail whip Nox after each pass.

Round 2-Jhen. 2000 is a large number of GJaggi but ultimately they are weak and Jhens shear size. Jumps in the sky and takes out 100+ GJaggi each jump, each swipe of his horns not to mention his hide. Not saying Jhen wont take damage.

Round 3-Mini Gaan. Tough call on this one for me at least. I'm guessing in a arena so the playing field is level. I think Gaan would tail whip and toss rocks around then jaw smash, BOOM fire damage to R.Luddy.

Round 4-er um (round 3+) Agnakator. Again a level playing field so no land advantages. Lagia hates fire, Agna doesn't hate electric. Agnaktor has a hard hitting fire laser.

Round 4-Barioth. I think Barioth's breath would win this match. Blos would attempt to tunnel charge under Barry but Barry is pretty dang fast. Not to mention Barioth could get Blos to charge a wall leap out of the way launch a ice blast then claw swipe Blos's wings.

Round 5-I can't comment I haven't faced Alatreon

Round 6-Gobul. Ceadeus is rather slow under water and his water blast wouldn't damage Gobul all that much. Gobul is rather slow but having 75 spike rolling they would ripe up Deus's tail.

Round 7-Deviljho, I think Jho would out power Gaan knock him over and eat his soft fleshy underside.

Round 8-GBaggi. Barroth would easily over power them but I think sleep would be the key factor here. Between 10 of them they would keep putting Barroth to sleep and take advantage of that.

Special round, I haven't fought World Eater yet so I can't comment but my guess would be Gobuls. Jho would try to eat them, and eat a lot but Gobuls also have giant spikes and para spikes.

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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:15 pm

@GrashXL002 wrote:
Basically, I'm gonna pit some monsters against eachother and YOU the viewers, decide who would win!

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ROUND 1

Rathian vs Gigginox

Rathian wins.

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ROUND 2

2000 Great Jaggi vs Jhen Mohran
Jhen mohran

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ROUND 3

Mini Uragaan vs Royal Ludroth
Mini Uragaan ftw

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ROUND 3

Agnaktor vs Lagiacrus
On land: agnaktor
In water: May as well let Agy make a will first before he dies in the water.

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ROUND 4

Barioth vs Diablos
Barioth

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ROUND 5

50 Rathalos vs Alatreon
Hmmm...
On ground, the rathalos might win, but just barely..
In the air, they may have a better chance, but not much more.

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ROUND 6

75 Gobul vs Ceadeus
Gobul wins.

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ROUND 7

Uragaan vs Deviljho
Deviljho wins

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ROUND 8

10 Great Baggi vs Barroth
Great Baggi wins by sleep murder



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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:35 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 10:57 pm

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ROUND 1

Rathian vs Gigginox

Rathian. She performs better on air and poison is a lame status anyway.

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ROUND 2

2000 Great Jaggi vs Jhen Mohran

Jhen.

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ROUND 3

Mini Uragaan vs Royal Ludroth

Royal Ludroth. Mini Gaan can't move fast enough, even with its spindash[/quote]

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ROUND 3

Agnaktor vs Lagiacrus

Agnaktor, because of the element.

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ROUND 4

Barioth vs Diablos

Did you learn nothing from Pokémon? Flying monster are unaffected by the move Dig. Barioth wins by a mile.

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ROUND 5

50 Rathalos vs Alatreon

Alatreon.

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ROUND 6

75 Gobul vs Ceadeus

I'd never watch such a boring match.

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ROUND 7

Uragaan vs Deviljho

You can actually see this match on Gaan quests and Deviljho wins.

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ROUND 8

10 Great Baggi vs Barroth

Barroth.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sun Oct 21, 2012 7:22 am

ROUND 1: Rathian vs Gigginox
Depends on the scenario I guess. In open air, obviously the Rathian, but in a cave? She's gonna have a hard time.


ROUND 2: 2000 Great Jaggi vs Jhen Mohran
Jhen is a wall of HP, so an army of G. Jaggis won't bring it down easily.


ROUND 3: Mini Uragaan vs Royal Ludroth
Size doesn't matter when it comes to Monster Hunter. Minigaan hits like a truck, can knock out the Royal Ludroth with sleep gas and use flame gas and explosive rocks to defend himself. I'd go with Minigaan.


ROUND 4: Agnaktor vs Lagiacrus
Agnaktor wins. Lagriacus' weakness is fire, but Agna's is water, while he's neutral to thunder. And supposing they fought on land, Agnaktor would have the definite advantage.


ROUND 5: Barioth vs Diablos
Supposing it's the Land Arena (the most equal playing field I can think of in this scenario), it could go either way. Barioth is fast, but it's no Nargacuga. At the same time, Tri's Diabloses move faster than Unite's. Unless Barioth spammed it's ice breath or Diablos spammed Dig, I see no clear winner.


ROUND 6: 50 Rathalos vs Alatreon
Supposing they're High Rank Rathaloses, If they all stayed in midair they'd fireball the crap out of Alatreon when he's flying. And I guess Poison would hurt too. However, if Alatreon could land his Thunder and Dragon element attacks...


ROUND 7: 75 Gobul vs Ceadeus
Ceadeus is immune to status effects, ruling out Gobul's Flash and Paralysis, but 75 of them could give Ceadeus a hard time. I'd probably say the Gobul ambush.


ROUND 8: Uragaan vs Deviljho
Hm. I'd probably go with Deviljho. Supposing they both encountered in the Volcano, it's bit of an even playing field. That is, until Evil Joe gets pissed. He hardens up most of his body, so unless Uragaan could get a few hits blowing up rocks under his face or chinning Joe to knock him out, I doubt Uragaan would win.

ROUND 9: 10 Great Baggi vs Barroth
Barroth would just steamroll through those Baggis. Unless the Great Baggis could do enough damage in the time Barroth's asleep enough times, I doubt they'd win.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sun Oct 21, 2012 7:40 am

Wait wait wait, what's with all the people saying Jhen could handle 2,000 G Jaggis, I know G jaggi is weak but have you guys read about velociraptors. Velociraptors would screw stuff way bigger then them up simply because there were 20 of them and oh look, Jaggi are just velociraptors. I'm gonna have to vote the 2,000 great jaggi, I mean come on, that's a BIG number.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sun Oct 21, 2012 9:01 am

@Will wrote:
Wait wait wait, what's with all the people saying Jhen could handle 2,000 G Jaggis, I know G jaggi is weak but have you guys read about velociraptors. Velociraptors would screw stuff way bigger then them up simply because there were 20 of them and oh look, Jaggi are just velociraptors. I'm gonna have to vote the 2,000 great jaggi, I mean come on, that's a BIG number.


But, as said before, Jhen is a WALL OF HP. Without Dragonship stuff, he easily wins against ANYTHING. And I don't think I've ever seen G.Jaggi fire cannons and activate the dragonator.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:42 pm

@GrashXL002 wrote:
@Will wrote:
Wait wait wait, what's with all the people saying Jhen could handle 2,000 G Jaggis, I know G jaggi is weak but have you guys read about velociraptors. Velociraptors would screw stuff way bigger then them up simply because there were 20 of them and oh look, Jaggi are just velociraptors. I'm gonna have to vote the 2,000 great jaggi, I mean come on, that's a BIG number.


But, as said before, Jhen is a WALL OF HP. Without Dragonship stuff, he easily wins against ANYTHING. And I don't think I've ever seen G.Jaggi fire cannons and activate the dragonator.

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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:13 pm

@Will wrote:
Wait wait wait, what's with all the people saying Jhen could handle 2,000 G Jaggis, I know G jaggi is weak but have you guys read about velociraptors. Velociraptors would screw stuff way bigger then them up simply because there were 20 of them and oh look, Jaggi are just velociraptors. I'm gonna have to vote the 2,000 great jaggi, I mean come on, that's a BIG number.


well... yeah, they are a lot of great jaggis...

yet I bet if jhen just rolls half the jaggis would be crushed.

besides... JHEN HAS A HYPER BEAM
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:19 pm

@Will wrote:
Wait wait wait, what's with all the people saying Jhen could handle 2,000 G Jaggis, I know G jaggi is weak but have you guys read about velociraptors. Velociraptors would screw stuff way bigger then them up simply because there were 20 of them and oh look, Jaggi are just velociraptors. I'm gonna have to vote the 2,000 great jaggi, I mean come on, that's a BIG number.

Let's keep in mind that Jhen Morhan is HUGE compared to a smaller Jaggi. (He's a damn mountain)

And its scales are really tough.
A single jhen slam could easily kill 100 G.Jaggi's at once, and a horn swipe can take down more.

The rock throws can take down a few as well.

The Jaggi numbers can drop rapidly within seconds.

Now, if the Jaggi number was tripled... Then things may be different. :D
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:43 am

Just noticed the Special Round.
25 Gobuls vs. the World Eater?
I'm going with the Gobuls, actually, because those are 25 sets of Flash-capable lanterns, backs full of extending spikes and paralysis-inducing tails. Oh, and 25 huge jaws.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Wed Oct 24, 2012 4:43 pm

Note: These all take place in arenas.

ROUND 1:

Rathain won by elemental and territorial advantage.

Gigginox just didn't have the territorial advantage and was fried by Rathian.

ROUND 2:

Jhen Mohran won by sheer size.

In about every attack, Jhen would kill 50-100 G.Jaggi, but they kept fighting and at least broke his leg.

ROUND 3:

Mini Uragaan won by size.

Because of his mini size, Royal Ludroth had problems hitting Mini Uragaan, but both had an elemental advantage, but Mini Uragaan hit too hard. Good fight!

ROUND 4:

Agnaktor won by elemental advantage.

The Lagiacrus was weak on land and Agnaktor burned him to dust. Good fight by the Lagiacrus though!

ROUND 5:

Barioth won by sheer agility.

This was a tough fight. Diablos had a territorial advantage because Barioth isn't as fast on sand, but he kept up the fight and continued to dodge Diablos's reckless charges. Good fight!

ROUND 6:

The 50 Rathalos won by a HAIRS BREADTHE!

This was a VERY interesting fight. They both had elemental advantages, while Alatreon had thunder and dragon to use againt the army of Rathalos, the 50 Rathalos had the fire advantage when Alatreon was in the air. Because of the sheer number of Rathalos, Alatreon died at the last few Rathalos. Great fight!

ROUND 7:

Ceadeus won by luck.

Ceadeus won, as said above, by luck. Because Ceadeus is immune to status effects, even 75 sets of spikes couldn't paralyze him, he took a few critical hits, but kept fighting and won. Good fight!

ROUND 8:

Deviljho by sheer damage.

As we all knew, Deviljho won. Considering Deviljho too is a bit of a HP tank, Uragaan was no match and died quickly. Deviljho showed Uragaan to the path of pain. Quick fight? xD

ROUND 9:

Barroth won by spamming.

As we all know, Barroth LOVES to charge, and he raged at the grat baggis and did it, so Barroth wins by charges. Spammy fight!



Qurupeco gets a bye. (How come it was bird brain?)

SPECIAL ROUND:

Giant Deviljho won by... well because he's Jhozilla.

Giant Deviljho (or Jhozilla), was absolutely BATTERING the Giant Gobuls. He was paralyzed a couple of times, but he won by sheer size and damage. Well done Jhozilla...


PROCEEDING TO NEXT BATCH OF FIGHTS!

WINNERS BATCH


ROUND 1:

Qurupeco vs Barroth

ROUND 2:

Rathian vs Barioth

ROUND 3:

50 Rathalos vs Giant Deviljho

ROUND 4:

Jhen Mohran vs Agnaktor + Deviljho



Mini Uragaan gets a bye; proceeding to the next batch.



VOTE: Mark Ceadeus down for Losers Batch 2 or give him a new round in Winners Batch 2.


PROCEEDING TO NEXT BATCH OF FIGHTS!

LOSERS BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Lagiacrus vs 10 Gobul (To make it fair)

ROUND 2:

100 Great Jaggi vs Giant Gobul (Again, to make it fair)

ROUND 3:

Diablos vs 20 Great Baggi (To make it fair...)

ROUND 4:

Alatreon vs 45 Uragaan (IT'S TO MAKE IT FAIR!!!)

ROUND 5:

Royal Ludroth vs Gigginox





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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Wed Oct 24, 2012 5:17 pm

WINNERS' BATCH:

Peco versus Barroth: Supposing Peco could call in an ally apart from a couple of Jaggis, Qurupeco would win.

Rathian vs. Barioth: Rathian has an elemental advantage with her fireballs, but that's about it. Barioth is fast, but Rathians are pretty nifty. It's pretty much even.

50 Rathalos vs. World Eater: Oooh, this is a good one. Jho has dragon-breath when pissed, but can't fly, so supposing most of the Rathalos stayed out of reach of the dragon breath, Jho would just tire out and get pelted by fireballs and charged from everywhere.

Jhen vs. Agna+Jho: Another good matchup. Again, Jho's dragon-breath takes a good part in this fight, and I'm guessing Agna could destroy Jhen through his soft underbelly. Then again, Jhen is a wall of HP, resists Fire and is just plain massive. He could squash Jho and Agna at the same time. I'm gonna go with Jhen, but TBH it could go either way.



I vote Ceadeus into the 2nd Winners' Batch.



LOSERS' BATCH:

Lagriacus vs. 10 Gobul: Lagriacus has the elemental advantage. But unlike with Ceadeus, Lagriacus can actually be flashed and paralyzed. Probably the 10 Gobuls.

100 G. Jaggi vs. Giga Gobul: A HUNDRED Great Jaggis? Giga Gobul would have to work hard. Unless he constantly flashed and paralyzed the Jaggis, Gobul would go down fast.

20 G. Baggi vs. Diablos: Are you kidding me? 10 Baggis can't deal with a Barroth, and you expect 20 to take care of a Diablos? Diablos wins by a mile.

Alatreon vs. 45 Uragaan: Alatreon. Alatreon may not be able to use Water, BUT Uragaan is also weak to Dragon and Ice. Alatreon would just mow 'em down!

Royal Ludroth vs. Gigginox: Royal Ludroth by a hair. Gigginox's second weakness is water, but then again Royal Ludroth isn't particularly Poison resistant.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Wed Oct 24, 2012 5:21 pm

Peco vs barroth. Barroth (spamming FTW)

Ian vs Barrioth. Ian (elemental advantage and poison)

50 los vs Gigajho. Gigajho (he is freaking Gianormus, a couple of dragon breath and jumps and he swipe the los like fleas)

Jhen mohran vs Agnaktor and Deviljho. Jhen Mohran. (rolling around would be enough to crush both of them)

Lagi vs 10 gobul. Lagi (elemental)

100 great jaggis vs Giga Gobul. Gobul. (I mean, he can eat 10 and while he is eating the others would be para or flashed, even tho it could be a draw cuz gobul would die from stomach ache)

Blos vs Baggi. Blos, (he is just to much for the baggis to handle, even if they sleep him there is a huge probability that one of those stupid baggis would wake him up by a little bite)

Ala vs Uragans, Ala (Ice shard rain spam)



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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Wed Oct 24, 2012 6:50 pm

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Note: These all take place in arenas.
ROUND 7:

Ceadeus won by luck.

Ceadeus won, as said above, by luck. Because Ceadeus is immune to status effects, even 75 sets of spikes couldn't paralyze him, he took a few critical hits, but kept fighting and won. Good fight!
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A single gobul can easily shave down a ceadus (because he just doesn't move) and 75 of them would easily destroy Ceadeus.

I CALL HAX

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ROUND 9:

Barroth won by spamming.

As we all know, Barroth LOVES to charge, and he raged at the grat baggis and did it, so Barroth wins by charges. Spammy fight!
Mega hax
Barroth managed to get away from so much sleep?
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PROCEEDING TO NEXT BATCH OF FIGHTS!

WINNERS BATCH


ROUND 1:

Qurupeco vs Barroth
Barroth, easily.

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ROUND 2:

Rathian vs Barioth
Rathian

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ROUND 3:

50 Rathalos vs Giant Deviljho

Had it been a normal Deviljho (or even 3) the rathalos team would have won, but this is easily the Giant jho's victory since the big jhozilla can reach the flying wyverns while they're in the air.


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ROUND 4:

Jhen Mohran vs Agnaktor + Deviljho
Jhen wins.
Agnaktor tried hard, but jhens heat resistant scales prevented agnaktor from being a threat, and jhens' weight and power easily crushed agnaktor.

Jho actually managed to fight jhen better, but still ended up defeated by jhen's massive size.


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PROCEEDING TO NEXT BATCH OF FIGHTS!

LOSERS BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Lagiacrus vs 10 Gobul (To make it fair)
hmm.. It's a close one, but Lagiacruz could be the winner since it's lightning can fry all 10 of those gobuls at once.
The Gobul could manage to paralyze lagi though..

It all comes down to who does the first move.

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100 Great Jaggi vs Giant Gobul (Again, to make it fair)

The jaggi easily outnumber the gobul (duh), but the giant gobul can easily stun all of them and proceed to roll around to kill them all.


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ROUND 3:

Diablos vs 20 Great Baggi (To make it fair...)

Diablos wins.

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ROUND 4:

Alatreon vs 45 Uragaan (IT'S TO MAKE IT FAIR!!!)

The Uragaan team wins, easily.


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ROUND 5:

Royal Ludroth vs Gigginox

It's a close one, but I think the Gigginox would manage to make quite a bit of giggi babies to sap away the blood of the Ludroth.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Thu Oct 25, 2012 11:11 am

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WINNERS BATCH


ROUND 1:

Qurupeco vs Barroth

Barroth, easily. Qurupeco would never de able to call an ally, since that would leave an enormous opening to Barroth to charge.

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ROUND 2:

Rathian vs Barioth

Hmm... I think Rathian would win, but it would be a tough fight.

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ROUND 3:

50 Rathalos vs Giant Deviljho

The elemental advantage defines it here. Jhozilla's dragonbreath can at least stagger a Rathalos.

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ROUND 4:

Jhen Mohran vs Agnaktor + Deviljho

Jhen. The monsters aren't able to reach his soft spots on the back and inside the mouth.


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[b]LOSERS BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Lagiacrus vs 10 Gobul (To make it fair)

Well... it depends. Water Arena or Land Arena? On Water Arena, Lagiacrus wins because he can use his Volt Tackle and his Thundershock, while it would be much harder for Gobul to paralyze it. On land, however, Lagiacrus can only shoot lightning balls, which aren't that strong anyway - and paralyzing is much easier, as well as burrowing underground.

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ROUND 2:

100 Great Jaggi vs Giant Gobul (Again, to make it fair)

Giant Gobul. He could flash all of the Great Jaggi at once.

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ROUND 3:

Diablos vs 20 Great Baggi (To make it fair...)

Diablos, easily. Diablos is quite strong against sleep.

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ROUND 4:

Alatreon vs 45 Uragaan (IT'S TO MAKE IT FAIR!!!)

Interesting match. Alatreon is quite weak against sleep and, even though Uragaan has only one Sleep attack, the damage from 46 spindashes (44 + 1 with double damage) would be massive. On th other hand, Alatreon's Blizzard attack can simply erase all of the uragaan from the battlefield.

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ROUND 5:

Royal Ludroth vs Gigginox


Pff. Gigginox, by far.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Thu Oct 25, 2012 11:21 am

Did anyone even look up Uragaan's weaknesses? Uragaan is weaker to Dragon than Ice, so Alatreon would win by element. Theoretically.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Fri Oct 26, 2012 9:26 am

WINNER'S BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Barroth because it was obvious.

Qurupeco calls on mates - Barroth charges - Peco dies

SIMPLE

ROUND 2:

Rathian won by a hairs breadthe.

Barioth was fast and downed Rathian a few times, but Rathian had an elemental advantage, despite that though, Barioth had more damage and health anyway. Good fight!

ROUND 3:

Giant Deviljho due to his SIZE.

The Rathalos team were HOPELESS, Jhozilla was too powerful and too tall, so they all died.

ROUND 4:

Jhen Mohran, but only just.

This was actually a close win for Jhen. Agnaktor could burrow underground, attack the belly, and snipe from far distances, while Jho could dragon breath the sides. It was close, but Jhen was just too powerful and killed them both. Great fight!

Mini Uragaan got a bye.

LOSER'S BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Lagiacrus won by elemental and size advantage.

Lagiacrus just shocked all the Gobuls to death. Simple.

ROUND 2:

Giant Gobul.

G Gobul easily flashed and paralized all the G Jaggis, allowing him to bite them all to death, he could also go underground, giving him an advantage.

ROUND 3:

Diablos, like Barroth, lead the CHARGE!

Even with all those G Baggi trying to sleep him, Diablos just pounded them all to the ground, almost effortlessly.

ROUND 4:

This was tough, but Alatreon.

EVEN with 45 rolling half-mountains, EVEN with the elemental disadvantage in the air, Alatreon was just too powerful for the 45 Uragaans, with his ice rain and dragon charge, the Uragaans died swiftly.

ROUND 5:

Gigginox won with health+damage advantage.

This was an EASY one, Gigginox was just belly flopping around and R.Ludroth just couldn't keep up and eventually died. Good fight!

PROCEEDING TO THE NEXT WINNER'S BATCH!

Ceadeus was voted into Winner's batch 3, so here he is.

ROUND 1:

Giant Deviljho + Barroth vs Jhen Mohran

ROUND 2:

Ceadeus vs Lagiacrus + Royal Ludroth + Gobul

ROUND 3:

Rathian vs Mini Uragaan

PROCEEDING TO THE NEXT LOSER'S BATCH!

ROUND 1:

2 Lagiacrus vs Giant Gobul

ROUND 2:

25 Diablos + 15 Gigginox vs Alatreon





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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Fri Oct 26, 2012 11:30 am

Winner's batch:

ROUND 1: Giant Deviljho + Barroth vs Jhen Mohran
A giant steamroller-like head (namely Barroth) bashing at full speed into your chest or arms could be very distracting. The World Eater would deal the bulk of the damage, though, with his powerful jaw and dragon breath. And suppose he was starved... o.O Hungry Jhozilla. God save us all.


ROUND 2: Ceadeus vs Lagiacrus + Royal Ludroth + Gobul
Ceadeus would win this. If it could take down 75 Gobuls, it can take a Lagriacus, a Royal Ludroth and a Gobul easily. Lagriacus might have Thunder, but it's secondary weakness is Dragon.


ROUND 3: Rathian vs Mini Uragaan
Tough fight. Not sure who'd win. Minigaan has a little less power and health than a normal Uragaan, not to mention slower moving about, but Rathian is easy to knock out and Minigaan still hits like a ton of bricks. Supposing Rathian got KOd and Minigaan decided to wallop the head like crazy, it'd be no contest. I guess I'll bet on the Phantom Uragaan, then.



Loser's Batch

ROUND 1: 2 Lagiacrus vs Giant Gobul
Didn't Giga Gobul win against the Great Jaggi Legion?
And also: Are you kidding me? One Lagriacus would be an even match against Giga Gobul, so you're expecting Gobul to be able to fight off two? ***** PLEASE.

ROUND 2: 25 Diablos + 15 Gigginox vs Alatreon
Didn't Alatreon kill off the Uragaans? -_-' Explain. Please.
Diablos is weak to Ice and takes damage from Thunder and Dragon, and Gigginox is weak to Fire. Alatreon doesn't take much damage either from Poison.
Alatreon wins.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Fri Oct 26, 2012 4:40 pm

Gigajho + Barroth vs Jhen. Gigajho (where is barroth?)
yes, Jhen is massive, but even with its massive body the giga jho could get on top of it and eat it pice to pice. and after that he has a little barroth for dinner (yay teamwork!)

Deus vs everyone. Deus

I mean, if this monsters were inteligent and actually plan things they would win
but the lagiacrus would end up killing both of his teamates by shocks and shock.

Ian vs Mini ura. Ian

even if the mini ura is a lil wheel on steroids the poison on ians tail is too much for him.

2 Lagiacrus vs giga gobul, 2 lagiacrus

the lagiacrus are strong AND have electric attacks, even tho I would say it depends on the size of the lagiacrus, if its a gold small crown, the gobull could eat them and end them in one bite.

25 blos and gigis vs alatreon. Alatreon

Diablos start fighting each other for territory, alatreon rains ice ad kills the remaining diablos then spam fireballs to the poor noxes
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Fri Oct 26, 2012 4:54 pm

@GrashXL002 wrote:

ROUND 4:

This was tough, but Alatreon.

EVEN with 45 rolling half-mountains, EVEN with the elemental disadvantage in the air, Alatreon was just too powerful for the 45 Uragaans, with his ice rain and dragon charge, the Uragaans died swiftly.

So much bull shit...

There are freaking 45 mountain splitting chin slamming monsters who would easily KO ala by hitting him!

Not to mention ala wouldn't have a safe place to land with:
-Bombs placed by all of the uragaans
-The rolling uragaans circling the place
-Uragaans spraying sleep gas/explosive fire

This was purely an uragaan win, ESPECIALLY with 45 of them!
There'd be so many bombs placed out that if he'd charge, he'd be exploded so many times that he'd HAVE to stop.


This match was rigged, the uragaans were badly poisoned before the battle.
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