Undying One Vs Sarah Kerrigan

Undying One Vs Sarah Kerrigan

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Kerrigan (StarCraft) ordered the swarm to invade Korhal. The swarm surrounded Korhal with dozens of leviathans, preventing reinforcements from getting through. However much to her surprise, she found that all humans are gone for some reason. Just as she and her troops landed to check the situation, an enormous ship appeared. Undying One, first time here (Warhammer 40K), one of the three Chosen Necron Lords of the Void Dragon, started his own invasion on the planet. Now Kerrigan must face the ancient machine and his army.

Undying One can use his army and ship from the Dark Creed novel.

To make this more interesting, let’s make several scenarios of this battle and the one who will win in most of them, will also win in this battle.

Scenario 1: No space ships allowed, land troops only. Nexus Arrangement also not allowed.

Scenario 2: Space forces are allowed to join.

Scenario 3: UO against Kerrigan in one-on-one battle, Nexus Arrangement not allowed.

Scenario 4: Again UO against Kerrigan in duel, but this time UO can use Nexus Arrangement.

Which side will win?

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26 Comments on "Undying One Vs Sarah Kerrigan"

  1. Rookie April 13, 2015 at 12:33 am -      #1

    Some feats for Undying One:

    “The Word Bearers below firing upon a slowly revolving black pyramid hovering above the ground. Where the xenos thing had come from, Aquilius knew not.

    Missiles detonated ineffectively upon the structure’s sheer, black surfaces, and he watched as autocannon rounds stitched across its sides. The heavy-calibre shells ricocheted harmlessly off the dark stone, causing not so much as a crack in its surface. Lascannon beams struck its angled sides, yet the energy was merely absorbed into the alien structure, making its hieroglyphs momentarily glow brighter.
    A widening circle was cleared before the alien prism as the Word Bearers spread out into cover as it descended towards the ground. It came to rest a metre above the marble square, and began to return fire.

    An arc of lightning erupted from one of its rotating armatures, striking a cluster of Word Bearers who had taken cover behind a low balustrade. There was a blinding explosion of light and half a dozen of the traitor Space Marines were sent flying, their bodies blackened and smoking. They hit the ground hard, their bodies twitching as remnants of green electricity flickered across their armour. The marble balustrade was completely obliterated, and a circle of smoking ash marked where the potent arc had hit.

    The other rotating armatures fired, causing destruction to all and sundry, striking anything within a thirty metres radius. A Predator battle tank, a crucified White Consul nailed to the front of its armoured chassis, was reversing away from the deadly xenos prism, its turret-mounted twin lascannons firing desperately and ineffectually. A lightning arc whipped out and struck the Predator, sending it flipping backwards, end over end, a blackened shell flickering with sparks.

    Spider-like robotic constructs the size of Dreadnoughts appeared, looming above the Word Bearers, their arachnid, metal legs clicking beneath them. Clusters of glowing green eyes blinked and locked onto the milling traitors below. Binaric clicks issued from their silver mandibles, and they descended upon the enemy’s ranks, huge metal pincers snapping Traitor Astartes in two.

    Other xenos beings materialised, resembling some kind of bizarre, mechanised centaur. From the waist up they were the manifestation of horrific skeletal humanoids, while their lower bodies were some form of anti-grav skiff. Their right arms had been replaced with multi-barrelled cannons, pulsing with intense, green electrical currents. Moving with unhurried grace, their movements conducted in perfect unison, these new arrivals hovered several metres above the heads of the Word Bearers. They began to unleash the power of their alien weaponry, and Aquilius felt a mixture of horror and awe as he witnessed the beams of light passing right through the bodies of the Traitors, leaving gaping holes in ceramite armour and flesh alike.

    Thousands of skeletal warriors were marching through the streets below, moving in perfect phalanxes. Tens of thousands of Guardsmen flooded the streets, fleeing before them. As the Stormbird pulled higher, Marduk could see hundreds of the black-sided prisms dotted all over the city, and even more xenos constructs were marching from them onto the streets with every passing minute.

    As the Stormbird gained altitude, he saw a Reaver Titan of Legio Vulturus surrounded by six of the monoliths. The fire-blackened forms of two Warhounds lay twitching in smoking heaps nearby, buildings crushed beneath their carcasses. Arcs of energy struck the Reaver repeatedly. It brought one of the pyramids down with a concentrated burst of missiles launched from the pod upon its shoulders. Another was swatted aside by the Reaver’s immense chainfist, the blow tearing the alien prism in half and sending it smashing into a fortified tower, bringing it crashing down. But even the mighty Reaver could not last against the monoliths, and one by one its flickering void shields were brought down by the relentless barrage it was sustaining from all sides. Like a cornered beast, it turned one way and another, seeking escape. It howled its fury as it came under direct assault again, arcs of green electricity ripping one arm away and tearing into its black carapace. It was finally brought down, and its ululating death cry rang out across the city.

    Blinding pillars of light beamed from the ship’s underside down onto the city below, deploying its inhuman armies across the city in a spread of more than fifteen kilometres. Marduk shook his head in wonder. Less than ten minutes after first appearing in the upper atmosphere, the enemy had deployed tens of thousands of its troops and established complete dominion within the city below. Not even Astartes were able to deploy in such force at a speed to match that feat.

    The warriors that marched before the Undying One were unlike any that he had faced thus far. Their bodies seemed to be an armoured mockery of the living, rather than reflections of death as were the other necrons. They moved differently as well, their movements smooth and natural, more like those a living foe, rather than the stilted movements of the lesser warriors. They were tall and slender, easily matching the height of the Terminator-armoured Anointed, though they were a fraction of their bulk, and in their hands they wielded halberd-like warscythes, their blades flickering with green energy.

    Those weapons proved utterly deadly, shearing through Terminator armour with ease. Marduk glimpsed one of the Anointed raising a barbed power sword to parry a blow scything in towards its neck, only to see the blade of the power sword neatly sheared away. The energised necron weapon continued on into the body of the veteran Word Bearer, slicing him open from neck to sternum.”

    About Undying One:

    “Marduk hooked his sacred crozius at his waist and dropped to one knee, prying the archaic combi-bolter from his own dead hand. He fired at the back of the Undying One’s head as he rose, snarling in hatred.

    Displaying unnatural prescience, the Undying One swayed aside from the burst of bolter fire, twirling its energy scythe around its hands as it turned.”

    “Blood welling from the deep wound slashed across his torso, Kol Badar lifted his combi-bolter, spraying bolts from its twin-barrels. The Undying One’s shroud billowed out around it as it turned, and a dense cloud of scarabs was unleashed upon the Coryphaus, biting and clawing at him. Though the miniscule, robotic insects could do little real damage to him, encased as he was within his Terminator armour, they soaked up the fury of his weapon fire, the bolts detonating well before striking their intended target.”

    Can hit faster than Dark Apostle could notice:

    “Marduk lifted his combi-bolter towards his enemy, squeezing the trigger. Before the first bolt was launched from the chamber, the Undying One slid its blade clear of Kol Badar and swung it around. Marduk was knocked back a step, and it was only when he saw blood spraying out in a geyser that he realised something was wrong.

    The pain kicked in a heartbeat later, and the Dark Apostle gazed down in disbelief at his severed arm lying on the ground. His combi-bolter was still clutched in his hand.”

    Nexus Arrangement:

    “The glowing sun at its centre seemed to swell, spilling light outwards in a blinding wave, and as the Undying One threw out its hands, the Nexus Arrangement began to operate as its creator had intended… and a psychic black hole was torn open.

    Across the continents of Boros Prime, unaugmented men and Astartes reeled as the effects of the Nexus Arrangement washed over them. Many of them fell to their knees, gasping, as a terrible, aching pain clutched at the very fibres of their being. It felt as though their souls were being wrenched from their bodies and cast into the abyss, leaving them empty and hollow, mere shells.
    A terrible, all-pervading pall of utter futility descended upon Boros Prime, affecting even the most fervent and strong-willed individuals. Millions of soldiers and civilians simply gave up, their will to fight fading, their will to even live deserting them. Some, men who moments before had been fighting for their lives, dropped their weapons and sank to the ground, a fugue of hopelessness overcoming them. With haunted, unfocussed eyes they stared into the distance, oblivious or simply not caring about what was occurring around them. Others turned their weapons on themselves, unable to live with this gut-wrenching emptiness in their souls.

    Librarian Epistolary Liventius’s eyes were clenched tightly shut, and his teeth were bared in a grimace of pain. A droplet of blood ran from his left nostril.

    ‘My lord?’ said Aquilius in concern. The Librarian was leaning heavily upon his force staff, and after a moment he opened his eyes. They were bloodshot and sunken. He placed a hand to his temple, a shadow passing across his face.

    ‘My powers,’ breathed the Librarian. ‘They are gone.’

    In orbit above Boros Prime, the Infidus Diabolus shuddered as if it had been struck with cyclonic torpedoes. It listed heavily to one side, its hull groaning in protest as the daemons that had infused its essence since before the outbreak of the Horus Heresy were banished. The strike cruiser’s central processing cogitator units sputtered and died. Reliant on the daemon essences bound into its mainframe, the ship’s thinking computers and hard-wired servitors were unable to function as the malicious spirits were driven out. The ship threatened to come apart at the seams, so intrinsic was the warp to its very exist”

  2. pimpmage April 13, 2015 at 1:10 am -      #2

    The necron ship seems a bit overkill. Might leave that out. I read a thread that matched that ship to a fleet of forerunner ships. It seemed to be able to fend off even forerunner hax.

  3. Rookie April 13, 2015 at 2:33 am -      #3

    @pimpmage

    What about land battle and duel scenarious?

    “The necron ship seems a bit overkill.”

    UO is the most impressive Necron Lord in novels so far. His feats are even better than Overlords feats in novels. I think that he have some sort of custom Tomb Ship, because that thing is hax and way too big.
    But anyway Kerrigan’s Swarm also have nice stuff (around 4:10 is a good shot of how big Leviathans are.):

  4. Neon Lord April 13, 2015 at 3:35 am -      #4

    Deploying tens of thousands of Necron Warriors from orbit to ground in less than 10min?

    Stahmp for the space battle. Most likely stomp for the land battle as well. Protoss don’t seem very well equipped to take on a horde as well equipped and tough as Necrons.

  5. Rookie April 13, 2015 at 3:41 am -      #5

    @Neon Lord
    “Deploying tens of thousands of Necron Warriors from orbit to ground in less than 10min?”

    There is more. This his usual method of attack. Ram a space fort, which hold it’s own against Word Bearers Crusade for months.

    “They were halfway down when the heavens exploded.

    Like a star going supernova, the Kronos star fort detonated in an almighty explosion that lit up the planet below in blinding, harsh white light.

    Whatever it was, it began descending into the atmosphere.

    And it was huge.

    At first it was nothing more than a shadow in the heavens, obscured by the crimson miasma hanging in the atmosphere of Boros Prime. It blotted out the twin suns, casting darkness as deep as night across the city below. It loomed large, seeming to spread from horizon to horizon, and it was got nearer.

    At first, Marduk thought perhaps it was a battlecruiser crashing down to earth, a casualty of the ongoing war in orbit above Boros, but he saw that this shape was bigger than that, larger even than Ekodas’s flagship, the immense Crucius Maledictus. The star fort itself?

    It was the underside of a vessel so vast as to put the largest battlecruiser to shame, yet Marduk knew instantly that this was not the falling Kronos star fort. Whatever this vessel was, it had destroyed the orbital bastion, utterly and completely. The rotating clouds continued to part before it. As it descended ever closer, eerie glowing green lights lit up along its black underside. Marduk felt a spike of trepidation.

    The last of the clouds were sent fleeing over the horizon, and the xenos vessel was finally fully revealed. It must have been easily fifteen kilometres across, and it cast its shadow over the entire city. The dull glow of the obscured suns framed it like an eclipse, giving all those below a sense of the vessel’s shape.

    It was an immense, perfectly geometric crescent, curving like a sickle-blade, and it hung in low atmosphere, an executioner’s axe ready to fall. Something so large should not have been able to descend so close to the planet’s surface without being dragged down by the planet’s gravity, no matter how powerful its engines were. Yet still it descended.

    The energy it must have been exerting to resist the pull of gravity and keep its immense bulk from crashing to earth was beyond imagining, far in excess of anything that could be fathomed by a human mind. Nevertheless, while the fierce downwind continued to buffet the city below, they were hardly of the scale that Marduk would have imagined necessary to keep such a structure aloft. Indeed, there appeared to be no blazing engines burning with the heat of a thousand suns upon the vessel’s underside at all.”

    Next he deployed troops and his ship just ignored everything WB fleet did against him (several of WB ships have nova cannons):

    “Marduk cast his gaze towards the slowly spinning three-dimensional display showing the relative positions of the Chaos battlefleet. He paid particular attention to the blinking icon that represented the massive xenos vessel. For now, at least, it remained stationary. Already, the Chaos battleships had begun pummelling its sheer hide with cyclonic torpedoes and ordnance, but they had thus far elicited no response; nor had they caused any noticeable effect.”

    “Protoss don’t seem very well equipped to take on a horde as well equipped and tough as Necrons.”

    Maybe zerg and not protoss?

  6. Neon Lord April 13, 2015 at 7:37 am -      #6

    “Maybe zerg and not protoss?”

    Doh, I had a brainfart. I have a feeling Zerg would do worse though.

  7. Klondike Bar April 13, 2015 at 9:09 am -      #7

    I am not exactly sure what the Zerg could do here. How resistant is the pyramid thing to acid based attacks? Also Leviathins are huge.

  8. pimpmage April 13, 2015 at 11:18 am -      #8

    Protoss motherships create black holes. Depending on the scale of the mothership, the black hole would be a little bigger than the ship itself. And that ship should be the size of a floating city.

  9. Aelfinn April 13, 2015 at 12:06 pm -      #9

    Kerrigan’s psychic attacks ignore a target’s durability, so that should provide a decent advantage at some point.
    =
    Also, I don’t think the Nexus Arrangement will matter either way, as there is no Warp in Starcraft nor is there an equivalent to it.

  10. Rookie April 13, 2015 at 1:35 pm -      #10

    @Aelfinn

    “Kerrigan’s psychic attacks ignore a target’s durability, so that should provide a decent advantage at some point.”

    So Kerrigan might win?

    “Also, I don’t think the Nexus Arrangement will matter either way, as there is no Warp in Starcraft nor is there an equivalent to it.”

    I don’t know, not only it banished daemons and sealed system, but it lobotomized librarian to the point that he wasn’t able to use his psy powers.

    What about land or space battles?

  11. pimpmage April 13, 2015 at 2:11 pm -      #11

    Necron overlords were shown to be able to best sm librarians. Kerrigan might not be that op here.

  12. Aelfinn April 13, 2015 at 5:26 pm -      #12

    “I don’t know, not only it banished daemons and sealed system, but it lobotomized librarian to the point that he wasn’t able to use his psy powers.”

    Which is all explained by cutting off an area from the Warp.
    =
    “What about land or space battles?”

    I think the Zerg lose the space battle here, although for what it’s worth things like the scourge can take down protoss Carriers/other big ships fairly easily. Things might be even on the land battle front, as the Zerg use the whole overwhelming numbers thing, and they fight Terran marines on the reg (who use some big honkin’ guns).
    =
    “Necron overlords were shown to be able to best sm librarians. Kerrigan might not be that op here.”

    Psykers in 40K aren’t really psychic. They just use Warp-magic effectively, which is a separate beast entirely from Kerrigan’s pure psychic powers.

  13. pimpmage April 13, 2015 at 5:44 pm -      #13

    I’d say psykers in 40k come in all flavors and sizes. There are Telekines for example. They can’t make fireballs or turn people inside out, but they can manipulate stuff with their minds extremely easily. Patience Kys from the ravenor series I am currently re reading is such a psyker as this.

  14. Klondike Bar April 13, 2015 at 6:01 pm -      #14

    (Necron overlords were shown to be able to best sm librarians. Kerrigan might not be that op here.)

    Not gonna lie. I really thought we were talking about sailor moon here and almost made a stupid comment. Anyway Couldn’t Kerrigan keep Battlecruisers still with her psionics even before Zerus?

    The torasque(?) fighting necrons would be really funny since neither would ever die.

  15. Neon Lord April 13, 2015 at 6:39 pm -      #15

    “Protoss motherships create black holes. Depending on the scale of the mothership, the black hole would be a little bigger than the ship itself. And that ship should be the size of a floating city.”

    If this is going of in-game scale, that isn’t proof as in-game scale is screwed up in Starcraft.

    ““Kerrigan’s psychic attacks ignore a target’s durability, so that should provide a decent advantage at some point.””

    What do the psychic attacks do specifically?If it’s mind-related, that wouldn’t work against a Necron.

  16. pimpmage April 13, 2015 at 6:50 pm -      #16

    Well, any sort of black hole no matter the size should have the same effect. Infinite mass and the stretching effects should deal with the Necron ship easy enough.

  17. Klondike Bar April 13, 2015 at 7:15 pm -      #17

    (What do the psychic attacks do specifically?If it’s mind-related, that wouldn’t work against a Necron.)

    Usualy the basic attack is just pouring psychic energy into an attack so it forms a bolt of electricity. Also she has been shown able to overpower other bolts of energy or psychic attacks DBZ style. So maybe she could blast away that green Necron lightning stuff.

  18. Ordo11 April 13, 2015 at 8:14 pm -      #18

    Ummm are we forgetting that nova terra, who is considerably weaker than Kerrigan can kill several hundred Zerg with one telekinetic blast and throw around giant stalactites, while she has something in her brain limiting her psy powers.

  19. Neon Lord April 13, 2015 at 9:51 pm -      #19

    “Well, any sort of black hole no matter the size should have the same effect. Infinite mass and the stretching effects should deal with the Necron ship easy enough.”

    Wait, this is Zerg not Protoss so the point is irrelevant.

  20. Ordo11 April 13, 2015 at 11:53 pm -      #20

    He is saying, I think, that the Zerg fleet fight ships that could take down the neuron ships. Also that black hole was made with ps ionic powers of the crew of the mothership.

  21. pimpmage April 14, 2015 at 12:58 am -      #21

    No, I thought the protoss were in the match for some weird reason. I didn’t read the match rules well enough.

    Anyway back to zerg vs necrons. I think zerg might actually have a chance here. They have units that infest a target and effectively mind control it. That could be done to any number of necron infantry or vehicles. Might need to discuss EC.

  22. Neon Lord April 14, 2015 at 4:47 am -      #22

    “Anyway back to zerg vs necrons. I think zerg might actually have a chance here. They have units that infest a target and effectively mind control it. ”

    Like…? Necrons don’t have brains remember. They’re 100% organic, and aren’t like robots in the traditional sense either.

  23. pimpmage April 14, 2015 at 6:01 am -      #23

    “Like…? Necrons don’t have brains remember. They’re 100% organic, and aren’t like robots in the traditional sense either.”

    Infestors can take over mechanical units. This could just be game mechanics… I have never read any of the SC books. Depending on the lore surrounding infestors, it might be a matter of EC. SC tech vs Necron tech.

  24. Neon Lord April 14, 2015 at 8:16 am -      #24

    starcraft.wikia.com/wiki/Infestor

    The lore description here certainly seems very biological based.

  25. Tyran April 14, 2015 at 9:55 am -      #25

    1v1: Kerrigan wins.

    Ground: It can go either way.

    Space: That ship stomps.

  26. Ordo11 April 14, 2015 at 2:34 pm -      #26

    Yeh in Ship to ship Zerg really suck, on the ground they flood you with hydralisks and burrowing enemies.

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