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Deadliest Warrior: Early National Liberation Front v.s. World War Two Imperial Japan

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Imperial Japan


Submachine Gun: Type 100 Pros: Simple, yet easy to use iron sights Cons: Low powered round

Rifle: Type 38 Arisaka Pros: Little recoil, long reach, very accuarte Cons: Slow rate of fire

Sidearm: Type 94 8mm Pros: Accuarte Cons: Easy to fire off when not pulling trigger, resulting in friendly fire, weaker round

Light Machine Gun: Type 99 Machine Gun Pros: Accurate Cons: Could easily jam wasting an entire magazine

Pros: Powerful at height of empire, held Vietnam for a while.


Early National Liberation Front


Submachine Gun: None

Rifle: Type 38 Arisaka Pros: Little recoil, long reach, very accuarte Cons: Slow rate of fire

Assault Rifle: Type 56 Assault Rifle Pros: Built in bayonet, good iron sights Cons: Heavy, long reload

Sidearm: Captured M1911A1 .45 Pistols. Pros: Large and powerful round Con: Short Masgazine, only used in a scrap

Light Machine Gun: Ruchnoy Pulemyot Degtyareva Pros: Great at long ranges Cons: Needed constant cleaning, often jammed

Pros: Guerilla tactics, used more modern weaponary.



Well there you have it, both sides have deadly weapons, the NLF has great modern weaponary, but lacks a close quarters weapon, and can only use a bayonet for close range, and not to mention the IJA is well trained, while NLF is often untrained rebels. Who will win? Who is the Dadliest Warrior?

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