Posted 28 December 2012 - 04:14 PM
Released from his tomb, Anakaris was grateful for the opportunity to live again. For that, he pledged his loyalty to the death god Seth. Following his new masters wishes, the mummy king added his power the army commanded by Mathyus the Scorpion King.
The first stage of the army’s agenda was to destroy any warriors who were mounting to oppose Seth.
Anakaris took part in an operation to extinguish a particularly dangerous group. He, nor any of the other warriors knew anything about these enemies. Their first time even seeing them was when they emerged from the stargate.
These ‘Masters of the Universe’ as they were titled, showed themselves to be mighty warriors. Soon the more powerful individuals in the Scorpion King’s army had to step in and tackle the enemy.
A warrior who seemed to control the very wind looked like someone who needed to be dealt with. But the shadow man, Ebon, quickly engaged him.
Another seemed exceptionally strong. But the ogre Moloch reached him first.
Then Anakaris spotted a machine which walked like a man. It was plowing through the Anubis soldiers with cannons on its arms and shoulders. The mummy gathered his power and attacked.
Exteneding his arms and turning them into snakes, Anakaris wrapped the Roboto up and flung him up and over before slamming him had onto the ground. Roboto recalibrated himself and pulled free of the mummy’s grip. With his arm cannon, he fired but Anakaris sealed himself in a coffin which absorbed the blast with little damage.
Anakaris magically created another coffin far above Roboto’s head. He started bringing it down at a violent velocity but Roboto used his more powerful shoulder cannon to destroy it before impact.
A surviving Anubis soldier came Roboto’s way and after the automaton dealt with it, he scanned his immediate vicinity for the next attack from Anakaris.
Straight up fight.
Posted 30 December 2012 - 11:11 PM
Hmm, machines and logic vs. ancient Egyptian mysticism. This would probably be tough either way, but in the end Anakaris is probably a bit more manueverable (can't believe I'm actually saying this about Anakaris, heh), and his array of spells might too diverse for even Roboto's logic to strategize against.
Posted 02 January 2013 - 07:15 PM
B Interesting matchup, but the match is still a bit short.
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