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predator vs terminator?

Discussion in 'Sci-Fi and Fantasy Talk' started by pebblesdundee, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. pebblesdundee

    pebblesdundee Scout

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    ok, so heres a good one. predator vs Terminator.

    first fight is T-1000 + T-800 (arnie) vs two predators
    second fight is T-1000 +T-1000 vs two predators
    third fight T-1000 vs predator
    and lastly T-1000 vs two predators

    im pretty sure i know the answer but i want to hear your opinion.
     
  2. Starbeast from Planet X

    Starbeast from Planet X Benevolent Galaxy Being

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    Predator vs Terminator

    fight 1: T-1000 + T-800 (arnie) vs two predators
    fight 2: T-1000 +T-1000 vs two predators
    fight 3: T-1000 vs predator
    fight 4: T-1000 vs two predators


    I would like to see these battles on the big screen. In the end I believe the Predators would eventually win. However, those shapshifting bots would be a worthy enemy to deal with at the beginnig. The Predators would resort to using technology ONLY and not engage in ground wars, espeacially one-on-one combat. Cool concept though.
     
  3. pebblesdundee

    pebblesdundee Scout

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    i wonder how the predators self destruct thing would affect the terminators?
     
  4. Kevin

    Kevin Code Monkey Staff Abductee

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    Against the older Terminators, the Terminators would get destroyed. For the T-1000 series, my guess is that the outcome would be partially based on how close the Terminator was to the center of detonation. Whereas the older T's could be destroyed physically by breaking apart their frame, the same type of damage to a T-1000 would not occur because they can just reform from the 'liquid' metal. However, if you put that at the point of detonation then the heat & force might be enough to break up the cells of the liquid metal.
     

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