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Duel to the Death: Mitch MacLeod

Duel to the Death: Mitch MacLeod

I, Andy Peloquin, challenge you, Garrison Haines-Temons, to a duel to the death! But it is not we who will fight, but our characters… In the black corner, weighing in at 180 pounds, standing a cool 6 feet tall, the Hunter of Voramis! Bucelarii 2 Small Tale of the Tape:
  • Superhuman reflexes, strength, speed--think Captain America, but stronger
  • Thousands of years of weapons training
  • Body has accelerated healing factor--can survive a sword to the heart (can be killed by drowning, iron weapons, beheading, and suffocation)
  • Cannot be killed by anything but iron
  • Accursed dagger that heals him when he kills
  • No magical abilities whatsoever
  • No hesitation to kill if he perceives opponent as a threat/obstacle to his desires--classic anti-hero
In the red corner, we have Mitch MacLeod! Mitch MacLeod Tale of the Tape:
  • Preferred style of fighting is professional wrestling.
  • Described by commentators as a "technical brawler", meaning he is proficient in suplexes, throws, and submission holds
  • Can also slug it out for as long as he wants.
  • Being a professional wrestler requires mental and physical toughness, which he has in spades.
  • It took an entire roster of monsters and demons just to send him to the ICU and he still delivered his story's final blow.
Two enter the ring, only one can leave alive! How would Mitch MacLeod kill the Hunter? Since professional wrestling requires toughness and endurance, Mitch will absorb two strikes from The Hunter's sword just to deliver one massive superman punch. Once the Hunter is wounded, Mitch can pass through his defenses and perform bone-crunching wrestling moves like the Piledriver, the Body Slam, the Belly-to-Belly Suplex, and even a Texas Cloverleaf submission hold. To kill Mitch MacLeod: The Hunter would try to overwhelm Mitch with his inhuman speed, strength, and skill. All he has to do is pierce his skin with Soulhunger, and the dagger will consume the wrestlers' soul. Not even someone with considerable magical abilities can survive Soulhunger's bite--it was created to kill demons. Who would win? Because he can last longer than any opponent The Hunter has ever faced. Mitch could shake the ropes Ultimate Warrior-style and find his second wind, his third wind, and every wind after that until he finally delivers a spine-jarring power-bomb and paralyzes The Hunter like he did to a seven footer named Jack Finnegan. But not even the mighty fists of the technical brawler can put the Hunter down for long. No matter how many times MacLeod takes him to the ground, the Hunter will get back up. With every taste of MacLeod's blood, Soulhunger floods the Hunter with strength and healing and weakens the wrestler. Mitch MacLeod may be the greatest warrior to enter the ring, but the Hunter has defeated demons. Winner: The Hunter. In the end, Soulhunger claims all. Want to find out more about this fearsome wrestler who would dare challenge the legendary assassin of Voramis to the death? Click here to read about Mitch MacLeod… Who do YOU think would win? Did we get the match-up right? Leave a comment below and let me know... Want to match your character against the Hunter? Click here to enter your protagonist/antagonist in a duel to the death!