Conan Vs Kratos

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Conan the Barbarian makes another apearance against the Hall of Fame winner Kratos, the God of War.

I now nothing of Conan but he seems a bit out of his lege from what I’ve read, I could be wrong though.

So who walks away from this?

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74 Comments on "Conan Vs Kratos"

  1. man August 10, 2011 at 8:33 am -      #1

    Then Kharn joined the fight…
    But not so seriously,
    Two muscle-bound men wanting to rip the other apart…pass the popcorn.

  2. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 8:49 am -      #2

    Well Conan is pretty smart, if we are talking about the books. He is also quite a good strategist, so he could think of a good location for the battle. With that said, his capabilities don’t reach that far beyond normal men, whereas Kratos’s does. Kratos can take him in his most basic form.
     

  3. Soldier's Shadow August 10, 2011 at 10:23 am -      #3

    I HIGHLY doubt Conan has any trait that’s comparable to Kratos’ in a fight. From what I’ve heard on this site, he’s just a really big guy with tenacity…..like Kratos but our Spartan friend here can toss off Titans from crushing him, react to lightning and move faster than a normal human can with the Boots of Hermes and Wings of Icarus. What about Conan? Anything that stacks up to Kratos?
     
    “He is also quite a good strategist, so he could think of a good location for the battle.”
     
    Neutral battlefield as dictated by FP rules unless otherwise specified so this is moot.

  4. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 10:51 am -      #4

    I already know this is a stomp. It’s essentialy a strong man against a slayer of Gods and Titans. Just trying to give Conan a chance in this lop-sided battle.

  5. Blood Dancer August 10, 2011 at 10:53 am -      #5

    We could just strip Kratos of his End-game stuff. Golden Fleece, Hermes boots, bow of apollo, claws of hades, etc.
     
    Just give him the blades of exile for fairness sake.

  6. Illkhan August 10, 2011 at 11:02 am -      #6

    In all fairness, without superpowers for Kratos he would most likely get pwned by Conan. Even WITH his powers it’s still not a stomp. Conan has killed more uber-sorcerors and Gods than almost anyone in fiction. He also regularly chops up hundreds of bad guys in a few hours without even taking any damage. I’m sure Kratos will probably win though, not much can stand up to video game wank.

  7. Laharl August 10, 2011 at 11:05 am -      #7

    If Conan gets all the items he’s ever had I don’t see Kratos winning.
    If it’s just basic I don’t see Kratos winning.
    Conan is one of the original badasses after all.

  8. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 11:20 am -      #8

    What Gods did Conan kill and what items would help him win? I’m pretty sure Kratos has a more impressive feats as he has killed an entire pantheon of Gods and a few titans.

  9. Soldier's Shadow August 10, 2011 at 11:27 am -      #9

    “We could just strip Kratos of his End-game stuff. Golden Fleece, Hermes boots, bow of apollo, claws of hades, etc.
     
    Just give him the blades of exile for fairness sake.”
     
    Still doesn’t change the massive edge Kratos has in physical attributes.
     
    “If Conan gets all the items he’s ever had I don’t see Kratos winning.
    If it’s just basic I don’t see Kratos winning.”
     
    Care to elaborate?

  10. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 11:31 am -      #10

    Kratos managed to take down the Hydra with basic magic and combat skills. Even when both are scaled down, I don’t see Conan winning

  11. Rorschach August 10, 2011 at 11:55 am -      #11

    Since it’s highly unlikely(at least to me) that Jon will appear to make the weapons or battle locations clear,
    Admin might have to.

  12. ClaytonCarmine August 10, 2011 at 2:03 pm -      #12

    Ya you cant compare a sorcerer to a God, thats like comparing an….okay someone help me think of something to finish this wit. Anyways, Kratos tamed a Phoenix and rode it to whatever the place is called where he killed the sisters of fate and fought the really huge fat ugly chick…Kratos takes it even with just the Blades of Chaos.

  13. NEGATIVE-ZERO August 10, 2011 at 2:07 pm -      #13

    They have a Conan game where he get’s magic abilities don’t they? If the match is too unfair then couldn’t we just use video game Conan?

  14. akelz7 August 10, 2011 at 2:10 pm -      #14

    @Clayton
    He was using the Blades of Athena then…

     
    Otherwise, Kratos is superior in every way possible. Assuming we use the Blades of Exile, uhhh… they never said where they came from and all but they, unlike the blades of Athena, could survive a trip in the river Styx, can use whatever it’s called and bring down a spartan phalanx,  and are the same damn thing as what he’s been using for over a decade so he’s REALLY, REALLY, REALLY fucking good with them.  He’s also a DemiGod which along with his already impressive feats, has him winning in ever physical category there is. I vote for Kratos, even if Conan is the “original badass”. 

  15. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 2:16 pm -      #15

    I suppose we could…but even then, we would have to allow some magic to Kratos, but only his weaker magic. 

  16. NEGATIVE-ZERO August 10, 2011 at 2:19 pm -      #16

    “I suppose we could…but even then, we would have to allow some magic to Kratos, but only his weaker magic.”
    I was just throwing an idea out there. It’s not up to me really.

  17. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 2:20 pm -      #17

    Well then, Kratos wins this in every way possible. You don”t stand a chance against a guy who can throw Poseidon around like a rag doll. 

  18. akelz7 August 10, 2011 at 2:23 pm -      #18

    “I  suppose we could…but even then, we would have to allow some magic to Kratos, but only his weaker magic.”

    Ummm… no. Not at all, actually. Kratos gets his STANDARD magic, and assuming current incarnation, that’s his weird water tornado, the Blades of Exile move, and I forget the other 2, but no nerfing Kratos just to desperately try to not get a total stomp.

  19. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 2:30 pm -      #19

    @akelz7- So I suppose we can’t avoid a total stomp. This was never looking good for Conan.

  20. Laharl August 10, 2011 at 3:05 pm -      #20

    More like Conan has no support what-so ever.
    I bet no-one here know next to anything about Conan from besides the old movies.

  21. ClaytonCarmine August 10, 2011 at 3:24 pm -      #21

    @ Laharl
    please share if you have any information so this fucking isnt a stomp then! quit fuckin complaining and contribute god dammit!
    @ akelz7
    Im used to them being called the blades of chaos, is there any difference anyways?

  22. Random guy August 10, 2011 at 3:29 pm -      #22

    “More like Conan has no support what-so ever.I bet no-one here know next to anything about Conan from besides the old movies.”

    No we don’t, how bout you stop being vague and put forth evidence so we can see what he’s really made of please.

  23. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 3:36 pm -      #23

    The only thing I have besides the movies is the Wikipedia page, and that’s not very reliable. Even so, his feats shown are next to nothing when compared to Kratos’s.

  24. Hac148 August 10, 2011 at 4:55 pm -      #24

    just had an image of kratos and kharn using conans severed head to play hacky sack. good times, good times…..

  25. midnite marauder August 10, 2011 at 5:03 pm -      #25

    Kratos has this easy. Conan is a better fighter then he is as well as more strategic however his strength capacity based off what I seen is impressive but only Master Chief level.

  26. Laharl August 10, 2011 at 5:27 pm -      #26
  27. Hac148 August 10, 2011 at 5:37 pm -      #27

    copied straight from the second link for those who dislike the searching:

    Height: 6’0 – 6’6″
    Weight: 180 – 265 lbs.
    Eyes:  Blue (often described as “smoldering” or “sullen”)
    Hair:  Black, (often described as being “mane-like”)
    Ethnicity: Cimmerian
    Skin: Conan’s skin coloring is considered unusually dark for a Cimmerian (often described as being “sun-bronzed”)
    Distinguishing features: Conan has numerous battle scars, especially on his face

       
    Skills Conan is an accomplished hunter, sword-fighter, horseman, and archer. Conan is familiar with the following weapons: the knife, the axe, the longsword, the broadsword, the short sword, and the bow. The broadsword is his favored weapon. He was one of the most accomplished swordsmen of the Hyborian Age. He is often listed alongside D’artagnan, King Arthur, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ogami Itto and Zorro as one of the greatest fictional sword fighters in history. Conan has above normal strength for a human, often lifting immense objects or enemies. Through years of dealing with sorcerers, magicians and witches he has developed a moderate level of resistance to magic and mind control spells. While primarily known for brute strength, Conan later became a master tactician, leading entire armies into battle.

  28. Blood Dancer August 10, 2011 at 5:56 pm -      #28

    Here’s something from Conan:
    “They stopped short. Conan faced them, not a naked man roused mazed and unarmed out of deep sleep to be butchered like a sheep, but a barbarian wide-awake and at bay, partly armored, and with his long sword in his hand.
    “In, rogues!” yelled the outlaw. “He is one to twenty and he has no helmet!”
    True; there had been lack of time to don the heavy plumed casque, or to lace in place the side-plates of the cuirass, nor was there now time to snatch the great shield from the wall. Still, Conan was better protected than any of his foes except Volmana and Gromel, who were in full armor.
    The king glared, puzzled as to their identity. Ascalante he did not know; he could not see through the closed vizors of the armored conspirators, and Rinaldo had pulled his slouch cap down above his eyes.
    But there was no time for surmise. With a yell that rang to the roof, the killers flooded into the room, Gromel first. He came like a charging bull, head down, sword low for the disemboweling thrust. Conan sprang to meet him, and all his tigerish strength went into the arm that swung the sword. In a whistling arc the great blade flashed through the air and crashed on the Bossonian’s helmet. Blade and casque shivered together and Gromel rolled lifeless on the floor. Conan bounded back, still gripping the broken hilt.
    “Gromel!” he spat, his eyes blazing in amazement, as the shattered helmet disclosed the shattered head; then the rest of the pack were upon him. A dagger point raked along his ribs between breastplate and backplate, a sword-edge flashed before his eyes. He flung aside the dagger-wielder with his left arm, and smashed his broken hilt like a cestus into the swordsman’s temple. The man’s brains spattered in his face.
    “Watch the door, five of you!” screamed Ascalante, dancing about the edge of the singing steel whirlpool, for he feared that Conan might smash through their midst and escape. The rogues drew back momentarily, as their leader seized several and thrust them toward the single door, and in that brief respite Conan leaped to the wall and tore there from an ancient battle-ax which, untouched by time, had hung there for half a century With his back to the wall he faced the closing ring for a flashing instant, then leaped into the thick of them. He was no defensive fighter; even in the teeth of overwhelming odds he always carried the war to the enemy. Any other man would have already died there, and Conan himself did not hope to survive, but he did ferociously wish to inflict as much damage as he could before he fell. His barbaric soul was ablaze, and the chants of old heroes were singing in his ears.
    As he sprang from the wall his ax dropped an outlaw with a severed shoulder, and the terrible back-hand return crushed the skull of another. Swords whined venomously about him, but death passed him by breathless margins. The Cimmerian moved in, a blur of blinding speed. He was like a tiger among baboons as he leaped, side-stepped and spun, offering an ever-moving target, while his ax wove a shining wheel of death about him.
    For a brief space the assassins crowded him fiercely, raining blows blindly and hampered by their own numbers; then they gave back suddenly–two corpses on the floor gave mute evidence of the king’s fury, though Conan himself was bleeding from wounds on arm, neck and legs.
    “Knaves!” screamed Rinaldo, dashing off his feathered cap, his wild eyes glaring. “Do ye shrink from the combat? Shall the despot live? Out on it!”
    He rushed in, hacking madly, but Conan, recognizing him, shattered his sword with a short terrific chop and with a powerful push of his open hand sent him reeling to the floor. The king took Ascalante’s point in his left arm, and the outlaw barely saved his life by ducking and springing backward from the swinging ax. Again the wolves swirled in and Conan’s ax sang and crushed. A hairy rascal stooped beneath its stroke and dived at the king’s legs, but after wrestling for a brief instant at what seemed a solid iron tower, glanced up in time to see the ax falling, but not in time to avoid it. In the interim one of his comrades lifted a broadsword with both hands and hewed through the king’s left shoulder-plate, wounding the shoulder beneath. In an instant Conan’s cuirass was full of blood.
    Volmana, flinging the attackers right and left in his savage impatience, came plowing through and hacked murderously at Conan’s unprotected head. The king ducked deeply and the sword shaved off a lock of his black hair as it whistled above him. Conan pivoted on his heel and struck in from the side. The ax crunched through the steel cuirass and Volmana crumpled with his whole left side caved in.
    “Volmana!” gasped Conan breathlessly. “I’ll know that dwarf in Hell- ” He straightened to meet the maddened rush of Rinaldo, who charged in wild and wide open, armed only with a dagger. Conan leaped back, lifting his ax.
    “Rinaldo!” his voice was strident with desperate urgency. “Back! I would not slay you-”
    “Die, tyrant!” screamed the mad minstrel, hurling himself headlong on the king. Conan delayed the blow he was loth to deliver, until it was too late. Only when he felt the bite of the steel in his unprotected side did he strike, in a frenzy of blind desperation.
    Rinaldo dropped with his skull shattered, and Conan reeled back against the wall, blood spurting from between the fingers which gripped his wound.
    “In, now, and slay him!” yelled Ascalante.
    Conan put his back against the wall and lifted his ax. He stood like an image of the unconquerable primordial–legs braced far apart, head thrust forward, one hand clutching the wall for support, the other gripping the ax on high, with the great corded muscles standing out in iron ridges, and his features frozen in a death snarl of fury–his eyes blazing terribly through the mist of blood which veiled them. The men faltered–wild, criminal and dissolute though they were, yet they came of a breed men called civilized, with a civilized background; here was the barbarian–the natural killer. They shrank back–the dying tiger could still deal death.
    Conan sensed their uncertainty and grinned mirthlessly and ferociously. “Who dies first?” he mumbled through smashed and bloody lips.
    Ascalante leaped like a wolf, halted almost in midair with incredible quickness and fell prostrate to avoid the death which was hissing toward him. He frantically whirled his feet out of the way and rolled clear as Conan recovered from his missed blow and struck again. This time the ax sank inches deep into the polished floor close to Ascalante’s revolving legs.
    Another misguided desperado chose this instant to charge, followed half-heartedly by his fellows. He intended killing Conan before the Cimmerian could wrench his ax from the floor, but his judgment was faulty. The red ax lurched up and crashed down and a crimson caricature of a man catapulted back against the legs of the attackers.
    At that instant a fearful scream burst from the rogues at the door as a black misshapen shadow fell across the wall. All but Ascalante wheeled at that cry, and then, howling like dogs, they burst blindly through the door in a raving, blaspheming mob, and scattered through the corridors in screaming flight.
    Ascalante did not look toward the door; he had eyes only for the wounded king. He supposed that the noise of the fray had at last roused the palace, and that the loyal guards were upon him, though even in that moment it seemed strange that his hardened rogues should scream so terribly in their flight. Conan did not look toward the door because he was watching the outlaw with the burning eyes of a dying wolf.
    In this extremity Ascalante’s cynical philosophy did not desert him.
    “All seems to be lost, particularly honor,” he murmured. “However, the king is dying on his feet–and -”
    Whatever other cogitation might have passed through his mind is not to be known; for, leaving the sentence uncompleted, he ran lightly at Conan just as the Cimmerian was perforce employing his ax-arm to wipe the blood from his blinded eyes.
    But even as he began his charge, there was a strange rushing in the air and a heavy weight struck terrifically between his shoulders. He was dashed headlong and great talons sank agonizingly in his flesh.
    Writhing desperately beneath his attacker, he twisted his head about and stared into the face of Nightmare and lunacy. Upon him crouched a great black thing which he knew was born in no sane or human world. Its slavering black fangs were near his throat and the glare of its yellow eyes shrivelled his limbs as a killing wind shrivels young corn.
    The hideousness of its face transcended mere bestiality. It might have been the face of an ancient, evil mummy, quickened with demoniac life. In those abhorrent features the outlaw’s dilated eyes seemed to see, like a shadow in the madness that enveloped him, a faint and terrible resemblance to the slave Thoth-amon. Then Ascalante’s cynical and all-sufficient philosophy deserted him, and with a ghastly cry he gave up the ghost before those slavering fangs touched him.
    Conan, shaking the blood-drops from his eyes, stared frozen. At first he thought it was a great black hound which stood above Ascalante’s distorted body; then as his sight cleared he saw that it was neither a hound nor a baboon.
    With a cry that was like an echo of Ascalante’s death-shriek, he reeled away from the wall and met the leaping horror with a cast of his ax that had behind it all the desperate power of his electrified nerves. The flying weapon glanced singing from the slanting skull it should have crushed, and the king was hurled half-way across the chamber by the impact of the giant body.
    The slavering jaws closed on the arm Conan flung up to guard his throat, but the monster made no effort to secure a death-grip. Over his mangled arm it glared fiendishly into the king’s eyes, in which there began to be mirrored a likeness of the horror which stared from the dead eyes of Ascalante. Conan felt his soul shrivel and begin to be drawn out of his body, to drown in the yellow wells of cosmic horror which glimmered spectrally in the formless chaos that was growing about him and engulfing all life and sanity.
    Those eyes grew and became gigantic, and in them the Cimmerian glimpsed the reality of all the abysmal and blasphemous horrors that lurk in the outer darkness of formless voids and nighted gulfs. He opened his bloody lips to shriek his hate and loathing, but only a dry rattle burst from his throat.
    But the horror that paralyzed and destroyed Ascalante roused in the Cimmerian a frenzied fury akin to madness. With a volcanic wrench of his whole body he plunged backward, heedless of the agony of his torn arm, dragging the monster bodily with him. And his outflung hand struck something his dazed fighting-brain recognized as the hilt of his broken sword. Instinctively he gripped it and struck with all the power of nerve and thew, as a man stabs with a dagger. The broken blade sank deep and Conan’s arm was released as the abhorrent mouth gaped as in agony. The king was hurled violently aside, and lifting himself on one hand he saw, as one mazed, the terrible convulsions of the monster from which thick blood was gushing through the great wound his broken blade had torn. And as he watched, its struggles ceased and it lay jerking spasmodically, staring upward with its grisly dead eyes. Conan blinked and shook the blood from his own eyes; it seemed to him that the thing was melting and disintegrating into a
    slimy unstable mass.”
    Conan – The Phoenix on The Sword
     
    ““It was prince Kutamun, naked but for a loin-cloth, his harness hacked away, his crested helmet dented, his limbs splashed with blood. With a terrible shout he hurled his broken hilt full into Conan’s face, and leaping, seized the stallion’s bridle. The Cimmerian reeled in his saddle, half stunned, and with awful strength the dark-skinned giant forced the screaming steed upward and backward, until it lost its footing and crashed into the muck of bloody sand and writhing bodies.
    Conan sprang clear as the horse fell, and with a roar Kutamun was on him. In that mad nightmare of battle, the barbarian never exactly knew how he killed his man. He only knew that a stone in the Stygian’s hand crashed again and again on his basinet, filling his sight with flashing sparks, as Conan drove his dagger again and again into his foe’s body, without apparent effect on the prince’s terrible vitality.”
    Conan and the Black Colossus

  29. Evil muNki August 10, 2011 at 5:57 pm -      #29

    The size of an opponent means nothing to Kratos(not sure I need to elaborate).

    Conan’s skills with various weapons is impressive, but when facing someone with the blade of Olympus, i’m not sure his weapons will hold up.

    His “moderate level of resistance to magic” could be useful to a certain degree, although Kratos’s magic will ultimately overpower him. I still don’t see him winning.  

  30. CIDE August 10, 2011 at 7:30 pm -      #30

    ……this entire situation is laughable.  Really, it is. 
     
    A guy that has the strength (“base form”) to lift a mountain, climb and fight for nearly a week straight without rest, and react to potentially hypersonic movements at the very least against a moderately super human dude. 
     
    Even if we reduced both of them to mundane weapons. 

  31. w00tm0ng3r August 10, 2011 at 8:18 pm -      #31

    “……this entire situation is laughable.  Really, it is. ”
    Couldn’t agree more. I seriously thought this match was a joke when I first saw it. I still do.

  32. Sauroposeidon August 10, 2011 at 9:03 pm -      #32

    I assumed this was the real Conan, Laharl, not the Marvel one.. Not that I know much about either but, just sayin’, the comics may not be of much use in this match.

  33. ZomBninjasamurai August 10, 2011 at 9:08 pm -      #33

    The comic came first

  34. Blood Dancer August 10, 2011 at 9:14 pm -      #34

    The comic came first


    The COMICS  Novels came FIRST

  35. Blood Dancer August 10, 2011 at 9:16 pm -      #35

    THE HELL!
     
    WHat happened to the…whatever…The Novels came first.

  36. Sauroposeidon August 10, 2011 at 9:27 pm -      #36

    ZomB the novels came first. The guy who wrote them actually was a pal of Lovecraft and wanted to, believe it or not, have a universal cross over and incorporate the two story lines in to each other. Beyond this all I really know about Conan is that the movie version of him is extremely toned down in terms of personality, not showing the thinking man behind all the muscle. Not that I really cared when enjoying them.

  37. ZomBninjasamurai August 10, 2011 at 9:40 pm -      #37

    Do they share the same continuity?

  38. Blood Dancer August 10, 2011 at 9:41 pm -      #38

    Do they share the same continuity?


    Don’t think so.

  39. ZomBninjasamurai August 10, 2011 at 9:44 pm -      #39

    Well they share the same name, so I would think so, of course, I have never had any interest in Conan at all, so I have no clue.

  40. Blood Dancer August 10, 2011 at 9:51 pm -      #40

    Well they share the same name, so I would think so


    *EYETWITCH*


    You’re kidding, right? I hope so. The Clark Kent from Smallvill also has the same name as the guy from the comics…

  41. ZomBninjasamurai August 10, 2011 at 9:56 pm -      #41

    “You’re kidding, right? I hope so. The Clark Kent from Smallvill also has the same name as the guy from the comics…”

    No, I meant the actual name of the series. It is much more rare for two things with the same name to be unrelated. I have actually met a real person named Clark Kent, I’m not saying hes superman.

  42. CIDE August 10, 2011 at 9:57 pm -      #42

    “You’re kidding, right? I hope so. The Clark Kent from Smallvill also has the same name as the guy from the comics…”
     
    BUT THEY HAVE THE SAME NAME!!!
     
    Sorry, Couldn’t help it. 

  43. w00tm0ng3r August 11, 2011 at 6:21 am -      #43

    The novels precede the comics by nearly 40 years. In fact, the original author of the Conan books died before Marvel even got started.

  44. Hermit August 11, 2011 at 6:56 am -      #44

    Hehe, Detective Conan vs Kratos.

  45. Laharl August 11, 2011 at 7:03 am -      #45

    The license solely belongs to the public domain meaning everything Conan is public domain, meaning it’s all conan(canon)
    You heard me.

  46. Evil muNki August 11, 2011 at 10:10 am -      #46

    @Laharl
    Even if it contradicts another?. Anyway, what feats has Conan accomplished in his Marvel incarnation? 

  47. Blood Dancer August 11, 2011 at 10:25 am -      #47

    The license solely belongs to the public domain meaning everything Conan is public domain, meaning it’s all conan(canon)
    You heard me.


    So If I write and publish a story about Conan hammering the moon with his left nut, then it would be Canon as well?

  48. Laharl August 11, 2011 at 11:26 am -      #48

    “So If I write and publish a story about Conan hammering the moon with his left nut, then it would be Canon as well?”
    Yes, but you would have to sell it and have it publicly recognized.

  49. ItsVaderTime August 11, 2011 at 12:02 pm -      #49

    “So If I write and publish a story about Conan hammering the moon with his left nut, then it would be Canon as well?”
    Would make a neat story.

  50. Laharl August 11, 2011 at 12:24 pm -      #50

    “Even if it contradicts another?”It’s kinda like Mario except public domain.
     

  51. Fang August 11, 2011 at 12:27 pm -      #51

    Conan is more on xena level, and the god and sorcers he defeats are on par with xena’s, me tinks dis be’s a stomp

  52. ZomBninjasamurai August 11, 2011 at 12:28 pm -      #52

    “The license solely belongs to the public domain meaning everything Conan is public domain, meaning it’s all conan(canon)”

    Thanks for clarifying Laharl, I thought so. 

  53. Fang August 11, 2011 at 1:16 pm -      #53

    “Would make a neat story.”

    Quite

  54. NEGATIVE-ZERO August 11, 2011 at 1:22 pm -      #54

    “So If I write and publish a story about Conan hammering the moon with his left nut, then it would be Canon as well?”
    *Thinks about making a comic of Conan killing Kharn the Betrayer.*

  55. Mister Teal August 12, 2011 at 2:50 am -      #55

    Konan vs Cratos

  56. Fang August 12, 2011 at 4:49 pm -      #56

    “Konan vs Cratos”

    Been a while since I’ve seen that, welcome back

  57. The Geek Lord August 13, 2011 at 5:20 pm -      #57

    Well, originally I would have said it’s a stomp in favor of Kratos (ass that he is), but Kratos were just a regular human at the time of battle, then most definitely Conan.

  58. akelz7 August 13, 2011 at 5:35 pm -      #58

    @The Geek Lord

    Kratos isn’t human, he’s a demi-god, and all of his feats still stand. It’s only a stomp if he’s stuck with that plain old sword from the one cinematic in GoW1.  

  59. mrgendrons 2.0 January 28, 2012 at 4:29 pm -      #59

    @Laharl where the heck do you get the logic set of the gow verse being weak? the titans alone are stated to be cosmic in god of war unearthing the legend by greek myth experts and the creators of gow and they were talking about the titans winning the great war at that thus yes the gow verse zeus kills multiple with one slsh from the blade of olympus(kratos has the blade and has tanked blows from it),hermes is on flash levels of speed as of the comics(kratos has his boots) kratos also overpowers hercules who in the gowverse took atlas place to get those”apples” heck kratos in the gow verse was the guy who forced atlas to hold the earth up and atlas messed with the sun in gow easily but got beat in two punches by kratos with the gauntlet of zeus…..geez you sure seem to hate gow and kratos but with this here you have been overuled! =D

  60. StealthRanger February 8, 2012 at 10:21 pm -      #60

    lol, this is so pathetically lopsided in favor of Kratos its not funny
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    Even if we stripped them down to basic weapons….

  61. Evil muNki February 8, 2012 at 10:24 pm -      #61

    Well, I tried to make it more even, but I guess some matches are just crap.

  62. StealthRanger February 8, 2012 at 10:26 pm -      #62

    Sadly this is Kratos’ most recent victory considering he lost his last 2 matches
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    Meh, ignorant lurkers who suggest matches and don’t research characters before putting them against eachother
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    Sad as Conan is awesome

  63. Evil muNki February 8, 2012 at 10:30 pm -      #63

    At first glance two barbaric fighters going at it does sound good, only when one of them killing God’s isn’t taken into consideration.

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    My main concern is the recent storm of stomp matches actually being put up in the first place.

  64. StealthRanger February 8, 2012 at 10:35 pm -      #64

    “one of them killing God’s isn’t taken into consideration”
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    The issue was that Kratos had a massive advantage in strength, speed, reactions, durability and equipment
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    And Conan is a peak human/slight superhuman more in Aragorns league if anything
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    But Kratos has lost his two most recent matches

  65. Evil muNki February 8, 2012 at 10:41 pm -      #65

    Well it’s just a case of trying to find the middle ground. Kratos is either put in fights that are too easy or too hard

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    Also, everyone needs to stop using the excuse that Kratos can’t die as he will just escape from the underworld. I’ve got him killed many times in game…

  66. StealthRanger February 8, 2012 at 10:43 pm -      #66

    “Also, everyone needs to stop using the excuse that Kratos can’t die as he will just escape from the underworld”
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    This. Its both against the rules and he always returns with major help from another god or titan
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    I feel guilty that Kratos’ last match was a ROFLstomp against him. And I suggested it :3

  67. Evil muNki February 8, 2012 at 10:46 pm -      #67

    Don’t. It’s the only way people will get it into their heads that Kratos can die.

  68. Blood Dancer February 8, 2012 at 10:47 pm -      #68

    He’s biologically Immortal, no different than Connor Mccleod.

  69. StealthRanger February 8, 2012 at 10:49 pm -      #69

    I still feel sad that my first suggestion was Kratos’ last match which was a sodomy against him :3

  70. Evil muNki February 8, 2012 at 10:51 pm -      #70

    Elves in LOTR are biologically immortal, but they can still die.

  71. Blood Dancer February 8, 2012 at 10:54 pm -      #71

    @EvilMunki

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    My point with the mcleod comparison was the one you just made. Chop off Mcleod’s head and he’s over. Bleed a LOTR Elf, s/he dies. Fall of a cliff in-game with Kratos he dies.

  72. Evil muNki February 8, 2012 at 10:56 pm -      #72

    Pardon my mistake, thought you were making a case for Kratos.

  73. Blood Dancer February 8, 2012 at 11:02 pm -      #73

    ^ All’s well

  74. Amm0vamp1r3 October 7, 2012 at 6:02 pm -      #74

    If this is video game conan i can debate for him, and i think he could take it…..maybe.

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