Tyrannosaurus Rex Vs Fell-Beast

Tyrannosaurus Rex Vs Fell-Beast

Suggested by Sauroposeidon

And lo did the steed of the Nazgûl take flight on wretched webs, stretched taught ‘neath loathsome fingers stretched long and spiked as spears. On its foul breath a cry was carried across the great verdant plains who’s occupants it sought to concur.. and yet, there were none.

No one remained. No man was left to be used as prey on which to hone the carrion fowl’s skills. For man had no place in the savage valley of the tyrant king. Standing upon pillars of bone coiled in tight ropes of muscle was a terrible thing, like a great lindwurm who’s chill howl returned the challenge of the hell-hawk.

The two know, on some deep level, that they must confront each other. To the king, there is a challenger to his throne. To the nightmare thing, there can be no forgiving the tyrant’s merely existing.

Their battle will be climactic, but only one can survive. Who dines only in hell tonight?

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33 Comments on "Tyrannosaurus Rex Vs Fell-Beast"

  1. Rookie October 26, 2014 at 6:13 am -      #1

    T-Rex can’t fly…
    But Fell Beast have some problems with durability if I remember right. I’l side with T-Rex for now.
    Video about Fell Beast (from 0:43):

  2. Darth Bombad October 26, 2014 at 7:36 am -      #2

    Saruro i had no idea you were so poetic!, i’m siding with the Rex for now.

  3. Jake_Uzumaki October 26, 2014 at 9:03 am -      #3

    Considering one sword slash damaged the hide of the neck…and T-Rex jaws are ridiculously more powerful than such I see one bite to the…anywhere other than the wings really likely ending this fight.

  4. Sauroposeidon October 26, 2014 at 9:07 am -      #4

    I just mimicked tolkein based on lines used for the actual fell beast. It’s easy to pretend at talent, but difficult to be talented.

  5. Friendlysociopath October 26, 2014 at 9:20 am -      #5

    Most of the Fell-Beast’s strength comes from the ability to cause fear in humans and sicken them with its stench. Take those away and it becomes borderline useless.

    Along with the sword example, Legolas manages to wound one with an arrow early on in the books if I remember right. As soon as the Fell Beast gets anywhere within biting range of the T-Rex it’s over.

  6. tartorus October 26, 2014 at 1:40 pm -      #6

    I’d give it to the Tyrannosaurus. If it gets ahold of the Fell Beast, it’ll have a good snack. However, the Fell-Beast could harass it by flying in and out of range.

  7. Glutinous-Bicarbonate October 26, 2014 at 2:31 pm -      #7

    What can the beast’s jaws do to the rex before it slips up and gets OHK by the Rex?

  8. Friendlysociopath October 26, 2014 at 2:44 pm -      #8

    “What can the beast’s jaws do to the rex before it slips up and gets OHK by the Rex?”

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQ_-rmuPZC4

    Well, I don’t see any blood on the horse or rider here; although the horse has some armor so that may have defended it from the worst of the bite.

  9. itcheyness October 26, 2014 at 2:53 pm -      #9

    “Legolas manages to wound one with an arrow early on in the books if I remember right.”

    I think it’s implied in the next book that he killed it, since the Isengard Orcs give the Mordor Orcs shit about it.

  10. Jake_Uzumaki October 26, 2014 at 2:58 pm -      #10

    That also brings up the point of can it even get it’s jaws around something to cause serious damage? Maybe I’m underestimating it’s size..

  11. Epicazeroth October 26, 2014 at 3:57 pm -      #11

    @Sauro: That was actually pretty good. Seemed more like Lewis Carroll to me though.
    ===
    If the Fell Beast’s claws can manage to do anything to the T-Rex, it’ll probably win. Frankly, all it has to do is stay behind the Rex. If it can’t hurt the Rex, it likely loses when it’s too tired to fly.

  12. Rhododendron October 26, 2014 at 6:29 pm -      #12

    Isn’t T.rex bigger? I’de give him the advantage depending on the battle field and the likelihood of him plucking the fell beast out of the sky.

  13. Darth Bombad October 27, 2014 at 1:29 am -      #13

    Is this the book or movie Fell Beast? cause in the book he has a beak.
    And it’s believed by many Tolkien meant him to be a pterosaur.

  14. Sauroposeidon October 28, 2014 at 3:46 pm -      #14

    “Is this the book or movie Fell Beast?”

    I left it vague on purpose so feats of both can be used.

    “Isn’t T.rex bigger?”

    It weighs in at around 7 tons, so probably. But then, it also lacks flight.

    The fight was directly inspired by memories of this program.

  15. Rhododendron October 28, 2014 at 4:19 pm -      #15

    @Sauroposeidon
    “The fight was directly inspired by memories of this program.”
    —-
    ^I loved dragons a fantasy made real. but I’m assuming were not gonna use this as a feat.
    ——
    I gonna give it to T.rex unless the fell beast can make T.rex trip or fall. the weight would shatter those puny arms and it’d be very much unlikely to get back up and fight.

  16. Glutinous-Bicarbonate October 28, 2014 at 4:38 pm -      #16

    Aw shiet, that day you have to explain to a kid that, ‘No, dragons still do not exist, even if the Discovery Channel said so.’

  17. Sauroposeidon October 28, 2014 at 5:31 pm -      #17

    As a child, I was surprised when some people thought it was real.

    As an adult, I’m just saddened as more people fall for stuff like mermaids and megalodon. God dammit, Discovery.

  18. Glutinous-Bicarbonate October 28, 2014 at 5:57 pm -      #18

    Did you see this year’s “Megalodon” for Shark Week. “Submarine the fucktastic shiprekr.”

  19. Sauroposeidon October 28, 2014 at 7:30 pm -      #19

    I only saw enough of it to realize what it was and then changed the channel to National Geographic.

  20. Friendlysociopath October 28, 2014 at 7:43 pm -      #20

    Judging from the movies (and RTS games), the Fell Beasts only display basic flight abilities like diving and picking up people, they don’t have the agility to just nip, draw back, nip, draw back (on other words, no “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”).
    Any long-charge dive will only give the T-Rex time to ready himself.

  21. Epicazeroth October 28, 2014 at 8:00 pm -      #21

    Isn’t Megalodon real?

  22. Rhododendron October 28, 2014 at 8:15 pm -      #22

    megalodon never existed?
    —–
    Pfft, next you guys are gonna say Santa/st. nick never existed. :roll:

  23. Sauroposeidon October 28, 2014 at 8:26 pm -      #23

    “Isn’t Megalodon real?”

    I can’t tell if you’re being serious.

  24. Rhododendron October 28, 2014 at 8:40 pm -      #24

    @Sauroposeidon
    Eh, this is the internet. so maybe?
    —-
    anyway seems like rex has this by size,strength and that the fell beasts flying technique isn’t good enough.

  25. Secrecy27 October 28, 2014 at 8:55 pm -      #25

    I can’t tell if you’re being serious.

    No, seriously, what is this about Megalodon not being real? It is, or was real, or are there new/old evidence that google can’t find?

    Or is this about that fake “shark week”?

  26. Darth Bombad October 28, 2014 at 10:24 pm -      #26

    Megalodon was real but breaking news just this week says we’re sure its extinct.

    www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2805633/The-megalodon-extinct-New-study-rubbishes-claim-giant-shark-roams-ocean.html

    So we’re safe from giant sharks….Or Are We!?!….yeah we probably are.

  27. Glutinous-Bicarbonate October 28, 2014 at 10:38 pm -      #27

    No, we aren’t saying it NEVER existed, just complaining about Discovery Channel going full walrus and making mocumentaries about them still existing, and people believing those mocumentaries.

  28. Epicazeroth October 29, 2014 at 8:07 am -      #28

    Oh OK. I was going to be very worried for a moment there.
    ===
    I don’t have the book with me right now, but does anybody know what strength or durability feats the Fell Beast has?
    ===
    Also, I had an idea for a match. I haven’t decided on an opponent (it could be a “What If?”) but does a match involving the LotR EU sound good? The EU being the video games – mainly Shadow of Mordor and War in the North.

  29. Jake_Uzumaki October 29, 2014 at 8:11 am -      #29

    Well apparently one was killed with an Arrow, and a human decapitated the Witch King’s so…durability not so good.

  30. Sauroposeidon October 29, 2014 at 8:56 am -      #30

    “Well apparently one was killed with an Arrow, and a human decapitated the Witch King’s so…durability not so good.”

    Where did the arrow hit? If it went through the eye then it’s a straight shot to the brain case. There’s a couple of other small openings in the skull which if hit from the right angle lead in to the brain case as well. These are the only ways to bring down large animals with guns usually, even in real life.

    Also, swords are pretty vicious things. Yeah the decapitation did seem to happen a little quick, but I am not surprised that the sword pierced the thing’s flesh. On top of that, as a flying animal it probably don’t weigh more than a ton or two, even as a fantasy creature, due to its size. So I don’t expect it to be any better armored than say.. a horse. Realistically, that is.. but I did expect to see a bit more durability on it end.

  31. Jake_Uzumaki October 29, 2014 at 9:08 am -      #31

    @Sauro
    post 5 mentions an arrow wounding it Itcheyness then says that the next book it’s implied the arrow killed it. If I had the books on hand I’d see if I could find the quotes.

    I just mention the sword because the Rex is most likely going to go for a chomp on the long vulnerable neck…and that jaw and teeth combo has a lot more pressure than a sword swing.

  32. Epicazeroth October 29, 2014 at 2:34 pm -      #32

    @Jake: It wasn’t really in question whether a bite would kill the Beast. I was wondering more about tail swipes or indirect hits. Maybe rams, if Rex’s do that.

  33. Xenosmilus December 12, 2014 at 8:25 pm -      #33

    The nazgul’s jaws look too small to do anything but superficial wounds at best to the trex. So trex for the win.

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