Feral vs. Alien

Started by Immortan Jonesy, Aug 11, 2022, 10:47:17 PM

Who do you think would be the winner in this match?

I would say Feral wins by a very small margin
5 (10.6%)
I would say the Alien wins by a very small margin
3 (6.4%)
Feral Beats up the Alien without much trouble
7 (14.9%)
The Alien Beats up Feral without much trouble
13 (27.7%)
Both can win depending on the circumstances of the match
19 (40.4%)

Total Members Voted: 47

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BlueMarsalis79

BlueMarsalis79

#15
Depends on the Alien:

A (Alien 1979) Drone using wits might win. A (Aliens 1986) Warrior going head on does not have much chance. A (AlienĀ³ 1992) Runner with momentum might win. A Neomorph would be absolutely mulched. A Planet 4 Alien would have a chance through sheer durability.


SiL

SiL

#16
Celtic showed you're not about to bash an Alien's head in on anything.

What's the Alien doing while the Predator is grabbing it to break its neck? The only reason Wolf could do what he did is the Aliens kept doing nothing.

(Bad Blood)

(Bad Blood)

#17
Quote from: Huntsman on Aug 12, 2022, 11:19:59 AMThe best way to set up an AvP movie, in my opinion, is how the 2004 film did. A hunt gone wrong that allows both species key victories. I think an unarmed Predator is more likely to lose than win. It's the equipment that evens things out. Gauntlets and plasmacasters are their tails and jaws.
Yautja are much more than their gear, I think people forget how strong and fast they are because of the slow AVP fight. I don't think they are nearly as doomed unarmed as everyone thinks. Also that made no sense, Celtic swinging him full strength into stone doesn't crack Grid's dome but when Wolf predator steps on an aliens head in AVPR it's crushed, heck even a shotgun burst apart an aliens head in Aliens and a Predator has a greater output than that. Since there is conflicting source material maybe we will call it a draw lol.

Huntsman

Huntsman

#18
Anytime shows how they can leap through the canopy and lift extremely heavy objects. I'm not saying they couldn't defeat an Alien without weapons but I don't think it'd be a walkover either.

(Bad Blood)

(Bad Blood)

#19
Quote from: Huntsman on Aug 12, 2022, 11:30:44 AMAnytime shows how they can leap through the canopy and lift extremely heavy objects. I'm not saying they couldn't defeat an Alien without weapons but I don't think it'd be a walkover either.
It would certainly be extremely difficult, the predator would not walk out of it without being badly wounded.

Lionhart

Lionhart

#20
Feral makes to many mistakes, exposes himself to easy. While Feral exposes himself the Alien would sneak behind him and it would have been fatality.

Winner Alien

Kailem

Kailem

#21
Feral got messed up pretty badly by just about everything he fought, human or animal. An Alien would slice and dice him no problem.

Pu$$yFace

Pu$$yFace

#22
Quote from: Kailem on Aug 12, 2022, 01:32:58 PMFeral got messed up pretty badly by just about everything he fought, human or animal. An Alien would slice and dice him no problem.
Yea because he had the stones to get right in there, face to face, Predator to Apex Predator and messed them all up. 

KO'ed a damn bear, then gutted him and body slammed him. 

A bear could take a xenomorph.  It would die from the acid blood.  But they're both instinctual and not intelligent like a Pred.

Prey showed you how tough Feral was that he could take all that damage and keep on ticking.  And he wasn't just sniping from afar with a plasma caster.

Naru would wipe the floor mano y mano with Ripley.

SuperiorIronman

SuperiorIronman

#23
Feral didn't strike me as being bothered by the injuries. Angry yes, but not enough he pulled back from the fight like City Hunter. Small good acid will do you when he doesn't give a shit about a missing arm. Cloak doesn't do him any good but outside Covenant, do Aliens have eye that this would work on? Not like he maintained cloak much either given he was often getting into fist fights anyways. 

And further from a quick google search, wouldn't a grizzly bear be stronger physically than the Alien? Not that an Alien couldn't overpower it, but we're talking what I can only assume is a grizzly and any other opponent should be gored or crippled. Further by the time he catches up to Naru only possess minor injuries and was ragdoll by it.

Celtic was at least comparable to Grid. But we're talking a fighter who has no issues getting mangled and left largely unscathed by its fight with the bear and could otherwise take a stab wound that Chopper and Scar otherwise couldn't. I think the fight is with the more modern renditions of the Alien, but Feral is such a breed of stupid I don't find the Aliens defenses meaning all that much to it. Yeah vision might be a problem, but we don't know if Feral had any other vision mode and Prey continued the uncertainty of Predator POV so god only knows if that's a problem to begin with.

BigDaddyJohn

BigDaddyJohn

#24
A first time encounter with a xenomorph could be extremely problematic for Feral, considering how he launches himself forward while fighting... Except this time his opponent would have acid blood... That would f**k him up pretty badly.

Pu$$yFace

Pu$$yFace

#25
I don't know why Feral being able to take  damage from quality opponents, and still keep dishing out lickings, is viewed as a negative against him?

Spoken like people who have never been in a fight.

Durability and being able to withstand pain and punishment is part of what makes a great fighter or warrior.

BigDaddyJohn

BigDaddyJohn

#26
I think an acid blood bath is somewhat way worse than most of what Feral endured in Prey, except for the headshot and cut off arm maybe.

Kailem

Kailem

#27
Yep. Acid blood, double-jaws, impaling tail etc. It was cool seeing a Predator who just got in there and scrapped with stuff in the movie for sure (when the bear fight happened I was like "DAMN this is awesome! I didn't expect them to go hand-to-hand!!"), but against an Alien it'd be a real bad idea.

Wysps

Wysps

#28
I'm not sure the tank approach is the best way when it comes to engaging an Alien.  The acid blood would be the primary issue.

Pu$$yFace

Pu$$yFace

#29
Quote from: Wysps on Aug 12, 2022, 03:58:14 PMI'm not sure the tank approach is the best way when it comes to engaging an Alien.  The acid blood would be the primary issue.
While I agree with this sentiment, but he can still shoot his metallic arrows

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