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The Fictional Fights -  Round 1 Fight 4 (Rogues)

This Week: Cicero (The Elder Scrolls) vs Cole (Dragon Age)

Who is the greatest fictional fighter? Every story has its own heroes and villains, but who is actually the most powerful? It’s something we have often discussed with worrying passion during lunch breaks, so we thought it was time for the best of the best to duel. We have divided the contestants into three categories: Warriors(No Magic Attacks), Mages (Only Magic) and Rogues(No Guns), and you decide who makes it to the Grand Finals, by voting in our weekly facebook-poll. Gather around and ready yourself for an epic battle, as we move on to the arts of subterfuge, sneaking, acrobatics and cunning. It os time for the Rogues to shine. The category of the charming, strong and deadliest men and women in the history of fiction.

Previously on Fictional Fights:

We have completed the first round of the Warriors and Mages categories, and we've seen a fair amount of epic fights so far. Now is the chance for the advancing contestants to recover with some food, ale and merrymaking around the campfire. They will see action soon enough again, when we reach the semi-finals of the Fictional Fights Tournament next week. We cannot wait to find out who will advance into the Grand Finals..

Roud 1 of Rogues so far:

Fight 1: Arya won against Jack Sparrow

Fight 2: Ezio Auditore won against Black Widow

Fight 3: Legolas won against Aloy


THIS WEEK: Rogues Round 1 Fight 3 (No Guns):


Cicero (The Elder Scrolls):

This insane Jester has spend most of his life serving the Dark Brotherhood, and has gone through excessive training manking him a lethal assassin. As a result, he never leaves a contract unfinished, and he is extraordinarily talented with a blade. Do not be fooled by his comical appearance. The Jester outfit was stolen of the cold body of one of his victims, and his nonsensical persona and endearing rambling only help tell the tale of his dark past. Will he have the last laugh in this fight though?


Cole (Dragon Age)


Cole is referred to as a spirit in human form, so while the spirit manifesting through him might no be mortal, its human form should be. His origins are shrouded in mystery, but he is very handy with a blade, and he is clearly a trained assassin. He is said to be a materialization of the spirit of compassion, but will he have some for the deranged jester he is facing in this round? Can he play his mind games in the dark and endless universe inside the mind of Cicero? It is time to find out.

Let the Fictional Fights begin!

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