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1) Vampires. They have substantial intellect, superhuman strength (to combat werewolves), and are already dead (so zombies can do little to them).

2) Fahrenheit 451, Moby Dick, and Macbeth.

3) I enjoy working out, because it keeps me in good health and the feeling of tiredness after an intense workout is a wonderful one.
 

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1) Vampires. They have substantial intellect, superhuman strength (to combat werewolves), and are already dead (so zombies can do little to them).

2) Fahrenheit 451, Moby Dick, and Macbeth.

3) I enjoy working out, because it keeps me in good health and the feeling of tiredness after an intense workout is a wonderful one.


You are spot on with number one! Far more intelligent.
 

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Werewolves, because I am closeted furry. Not really, but werewolves.

Hard to pick only three.

Playing, reading, drawing.
 

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1.) Vampires, were-wolfs, and zombies! who wins?

Pre-Dracula, when vampires were depicted in a more zombie-like fashion, probably werewolves. Post-Dracula, when vampires suddenly all became independently wealthy geniuses, probably vampires. They now have more resources to pour into weaponry and defensive structures.


2.) Three favorite books?

I have less favorite books and more favorite settings. So, Discworld and Middle Earth. There isn't really a third that compares unless you count the Star Trek setting (though most of the actual novels are garbage. Often fun garbage, but still garbage).


3.) Favorite past time and why?

Horseback riding away from civilization. Great scenery that shows the vast timescale and power of the earth, and being mostly in control of a strong animal and being able to borrow its strength and speed is a great feeling.
 

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1.) Vampires, were-wolfs, and zombies! who wins?


2.) Three favorite books?


3.) Favorite past time and why?
1. uhhhh. hmmm tough one. werewolves are obviously stronger, but they arn't the smartest. vampires are quick and smart, but their bite doesn't always turn you. and zombies... what type? fast, slow, dark souls type? uhhh, if it's fast. zombies, if it's slow, vampire, if it's dark souls type.. could be up for grabs.
2.bible. eragon. and LotR. yes IK, they're all technicnly series, but i can't decide.
3. uh, gaming. it's like reading, but you actualy get to be there persay. well if it's elderscrolls or MOST dragon ages (not counting 3, they limited your choices alot). oh and lets be honest, writing is fun too, but when you game you get to see what's beging described. and also, the modding community.
 

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1.) Vampires, were-wolfs, and zombies! who wins?

Zombies aren't bitches during daytime so...

2.) Three favorite books?

Any Discworld book, Ranger's Apprentice... does Calvin and Hobbes count?

3.) Favorite past time and why?

Working out. Feels productive and invigorating.
 

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1) Werewolves. Anyone saying otherwise probably thinks a lightweight can knockout a heavy weight because "muh speed." Also intelligence only matters during the battle when werewolves transform, in which case you'd rather run on adrenaline than intelligence. They both have equal planning since their is no clause that says vampires are smarter than werewolves in their human forms. So each can plan effectively. In a city setting zombies would kill the werewolves as they have no sense of awareness during the fight and vampires just run.
2) you're gay if you read.
3) Doing nothing all day
 

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1) Werewolves. Anyone saying otherwise probably thinks a lightweight can knockout a heavy weight because "muh speed." Also intelligence only matters during the battle when werewolves transform, in which case you'd rather run on adrenaline than intelligence. They both have equal planning since their is no clause that says vampires are smarter than werewolves in their human forms. So each can plan effectively. In a city setting zombies would kill the werewolves as they have no sense of awareness during the fight and vampires just run.
2) you're gay if you read.
3) Doing nothing all day
 

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1.) Vampires, were-wolfs, and zombies! who wins?

I do silly! Were-wolfs are scared of my assorted collection of magazines, vampires get diabetes from simply drink a tiny Nani litre of my blood, and zombies get smashed and killed by my 6 year-old brother.
2.) Three favorite books? The Nest, Escape from furnace, and the universe in your hands.


3.) Favorite past time and why?

Eating, cause it's great. Naw, but I like learning, for the fun of it.
 
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1) Werewolves. Anyone saying otherwise probably thinks a lightweight can knockout a heavy weight because "muh speed." Also intelligence only matters during the battle when werewolves transform, in which case you'd rather run on adrenaline than intelligence. They both have equal planning since their is no clause that says vampires are smarter than werewolves in their human forms. So each can plan effectively. In a city setting zombies would kill the werewolves as they have no sense of awareness during the fight and vampires just run.
You're talking as if the werewolf and the vampire would meet in a ring, somehow. If that were to happen and the werewolf would have an advantage there, then the intelligent vampire would've disappeared (they do that quite easily) to pick his own battlefield, and the werewolf wouldn't be able to stop him. Adrenaline will, unlike intelligence, run out and is only useful in a brawl, but vampires are assassins, so if the it really wanted to kill the werewolf his own way then there'd be nothing the werewolf could do against it.

Zombies are dumb and useless. Way out of the league of werewolves and vampires.
 

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You're talking as if the werewolf and the vampire would meet in a ring, somehow. If that were to happen and the werewolf would have an advantage there, then the intelligent vampire would've disappeared (they do that quite easily) to pick his own battlefield, and the werewolf wouldn't be able to stop him. Adrenaline will, unlike intelligence, run out and is only useful in a brawl, but vampires are assassins, so if the it really wanted to kill the werewolf his own way then there'd be nothing the werewolf could do against it.

Zombies are dumb and useless. Way out of the league of werewolves and vampires.

I assumed the werewolves would know their setting and can plan where they want to transform allowing them to choose an ideal environment for their adrenaline-like battles. In doing so the werewolf would likely choose a place where vampires cant use much to their environment on their side. Is intelligence always the deciding factor in a life or death fight where one has to react within seconds? The vampire and the werewolf both have the same advantage in planning for the fight, but during the fight the werewolf has the physical advantage while the vampire has the mental edge. If the vampire were actually intelligent they wouldn't engage in such a fight, but since they are engaging its safe to assume they are caught off guard.
Also I think zombies (humans) come with the expectation that they're are more of them than there are vampires/werewolves. The only viable option I see for vampires is to wait it out until they die, but how will they get their blood they need to survive? They could just kill eachother off, and if they can drink human blood then they'd be put in many dangerous situations while virtually making no progress in killing the zombies off.
 

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I assumed the werewolves would know their setting and can plan where they want to transform allowing them to choose an ideal environment for their adrenaline-like battles. In doing so the werewolf would likely choose a place where vampires cant use much to their environment on their side. Is intelligence always the deciding factor in a life or death fight where one has to react within seconds? The vampire and the werewolf both have the same advantage in planning for the fight, but during the fight the werewolf has the physical advantage while the vampire has the mental edge. If the vampire were actually intelligent they wouldn't engage in such a fight, but since they are engaging its safe to assume they are caught off guard.
Also I think zombies (humans) come with the expectation that they're are more of them than there are vampires/werewolves. The only viable option I see for vampires is to wait it out until they die, but how will they get their blood they need to survive? They could just kill eachother off, and if they can drink human blood then they'd be put in many dangerous situations while virtually making no progress in killing the zombies off.
Yeah, there comes the werewolf with the counter-planning. I think it's clear that when two people plans something, the intelligent one is the one coming on top.

Look, I'm not even saying that the vampire necessarily is smarter - it was you who compared intelligence to adrenaline, and you demonstrated yourself just now that you'd need intelligence to make any use of the adrenaline in the first place.

Besides, there's a lot differing in lore here. From what I know, drinking blood for a vampire is mainly to maintain immortality, not a thirst drink he will dry out without. Vampires are undead, so they don't really have any need to eat or fap or shit or anything like that like the werewolf does.

In the end it's completely circumstantial, which makes the question stupid and I think that was OP's point. But the more you weigh up different perspectives, the more evidently stupid it is. Sure, to make zombies a viable option, you'd have to make a bunch of them.

How many? Just enough to be on par with the other two? A vampire like Dracula is obviously far more superior than any other mythical creature, so we need to tone vampire down a bit from that.

What kind of werewolf is this? Lycan? The kind that is "cursed" by being transformed only at full moon? That would be too underpowered and too easily maneuverable.

Who wins? When will we buff/nerf the creatures enough to make it a valid contest, yet have a winner at the same time?

But uhm, yeah. Vampire wins. They're not only physically on par with werewolves in strength and speed, but they also have stealth that in theory should trump anything, even though it's only used in movies and such to creep people out. What a waste of potential. Not to mention all the pros there is in being dead. Except for the zombie, fuck that.
 

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Yeah, there comes the werewolf with the counter-planning. I think it's clear that when two people plans something, the intelligent one is the one coming on top.

Look, I'm not even saying that the vampire necessarily is smarter - it was you who compared intelligence to adrenaline, and you demonstrated yourself just now that you'd need intelligence to make any use of the adrenaline in the first place.

Besides, there's a lot differing in lore here. From what I know, drinking blood for a vampire is mainly to maintain immortality, not a thirst drink he will dry out without. Vampires are undead, so they don't really have any need to eat or fap or shit or anything like that like the werewolf does.

In the end it's completely circumstantial, which makes the question stupid and I think that was OP's point. But the more you weigh up different perspectives, the more evidently stupid it is. Sure, to make zombies a viable option, you'd have to make a bunch of them.

How many? Just enough to be on par with the other two? A vampire like Dracula is obviously far more superior than any other mythical creature, so we need to tone vampire down a bit from that.

What kind of werewolf is this? Lycan? The kind that is "cursed" by being transformed only at full moon? That would be too underpowered and too easily maneuverable.

Who wins? When will we buff/nerf the creatures enough to make it a valid contest, yet have a winner at the same time?

But uhm, yeah. Vampire wins. They're not only physically on par with werewolves in strength and speed, but they also have stealth that in theory should trump anything, even though it's only used in movies and such to creep people out. What a waste of potential. Not to mention all the pros there is in being dead. Except for the zombie, fuck that.
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The werewolf physically, mentally, and sexually dominates the vampire in every lore and every circumstance.

Oh whats that? You want proof? Well I have objective proof for you

In the video the werewolf kills the vampire. It isnt even a match! The werewolf one shots the vampire like the vampire is nothing. Knowing this, we can apply a realistic model and compare this to a gorilla vs a piglet. The gorilla being the metaphorical proxy for the werewolf and the piglet being the proxy for the vampire. Common sense and studies through the years show us that the gorilla is going to defeat the piglet in nearly 100% of the fights. Given that this is circumstantial there is an infinitely small chance that if the piglet is given a knife or a weapon of some sort that it may destroy the gorilla, however, the more unrealistic the item is that the pig comes across the more unlikely our scenario becomes. Honestly dont know why this is being argued when we have video evidence that proves me correct and you incorrect
 

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The werewolf physically, mentally, and sexually dominates the vampire in every lore and every circumstance.

Oh whats that? You want proof? Well I have objective proof for you

In the video the werewolf kills the vampire. It isnt even a match! The werewolf one shots the vampire like the vampire is nothing. Knowing this, we can apply a realistic model and compare this to a gorilla vs a piglet. The gorilla being the metaphorical proxy for the werewolf and the piglet being the proxy for the vampire. Common sense and studies through the years show us that the gorilla is going to defeat the piglet in nearly 100% of the fights. Given that this is circumstantial there is an infinitely small chance that if the piglet is given a knife or a weapon of some sort that it may destroy the gorilla, however, the more unrealistic the item is that the pig comes across the more unlikely our scenario becomes. Honestly dont know why this is being argued when we have video evidence that proves me correct and you incorrect
Hmm. I seem to remember that you used to act mature and intelligent on this site, Marshy. What happened?
 

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Hmm. I seem to remember that you used to act mature and intelligent on this site, Marshy. What happened?
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Pigs are smarter than gorillas therefore they should defeat the gorilla.
Also your statement on how its circumstantial is painfully obvious and its being used on everyone's posts. Vampires, werewolves, and zombies are fiction therefore you can choose what you want. In your prior response you talk about how the lore matters and then close your statement off with "vampires are physically on par with werewolves." (which seems a bit contradictory to the first portion of your post but I could be wrong)
You've already shown you have chosen your lore. Your lore is one which the fight can be reduced to the modern human vs the caveman and thus allowing one outcome. On your latter quote I don't see my statement as immature and stupid. Maybe I added some humor but hell, it essentially proves your prior quote correct. Maybe it didn't get the point across that I wanted it to though.
 

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Vampires, were-wolfs, and zombies! who wins? Vampires.


Three favorite books? It seems like a betrayal to only pick 3 (I read 50+ books a year). There are so many, seriously this list doesn't begin to cover it. But ...

The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley


Favorite past time and why? Research because I love building on existing knowledge.
 

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1.) Vampires, were-wolfs, and zombies! who wins?
Zombies are right out. I think Vampires have the edge against the Werewolves. I watched Twilight.

2.) Three favorite books?
Catch-22, Cat's Cradle, Crime and Punishment

3.) Favorite past time and why?
Building stuff - electronics, software, playing with power tools.
 
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