Drizzt Do’Urden Vs Rand al’Thor

Drizzt Do'Urden Vs Rand al'Thor

Here’s a match that has been long overdue in getting produced. Personally, I think Drizzt would wipe the floor with Rand’s remains, that is, if he didn’t get bored to death by the storytelling of the Wheel of Time Series. I tried to read it and I think I would rather watch Al Gore lie talk about ‘going green’ than try to finish any of those books.

So, I can’t give an intelligent answer on the victor, so I’ll place that into your hands, dear reader…

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60 Comments on "Drizzt Do’Urden Vs Rand al’Thor"

  1. =[BF]=JimmieRox January 18, 2009 at 6:41 pm -      #1

    One word.

    Drizzit.

    There you go.

  2. Matapiojo January 18, 2009 at 8:52 pm -      #2

    Well, no.

    I was hoping that this suggestion of mine would ignite a decent amount of posts, but I guess most of the folk that frequent our corner of the interwebs are not much for reading long volumes. Sadly, I stuck out for the entirety of the Wheel of Times series. I am even awaiting the final volume of the series.

    Some of those books were tedious indeed, Jordan likes to go round and round the same plot in different setting. However, that does not take away the fact that Al’Thor is quite a phenomenon.

    First – He is a Blademaster. In the world of WoT, these combatants are every bit as skilled with the sword as are the top Drow warriors from FR’s Underdark. That said, I think Drizzt’s fighting style when he slips into the Hunter would outclass Al’Thor in the end…if only by a slight margin.

    Second (and this is the big one) – Rand is the Dragon Reborn. Not only can he channel Saidar in much more quantities than anyone else, but he can actually channel the True Source of the One Power. In the WoT, this is as big as they come. In all essence, this man is a walking demi-god amongst mortal men. I don’t really need to go into much detail right now. Suffice it to say that Rand has demonstrated powers that project a beam of white light that literally scorches any matter out of existence.

    Poof.

    Was never there.

    That alone (by no means all he can do with the One Power) would completely win this match by a severe landslide.

    Winner is Rand Al’Thor.

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  4. Matapiojo January 19, 2009 at 1:12 am -      #4

    Trust me on this,

    Balefire?

    Not a good thing to be on the receiving end.

  5. LaSt s0n 0f KrYpToN January 19, 2009 at 2:26 am -      #5

    @ mata i have a question i only read drizzt’s books. this balefire is it a laser or a flash of light? i only ask to see if there’s a possibility to dodge it. also what about icingdeath that protects drizzt from all fire and heat, would it help him now.

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  7. TL January 19, 2009 at 5:05 am -      #7

    That picture of Drizzt if full of awesome. It’s almost as if he has transformed into a demon like Dante did.

    Back to the topic at hand:

    Since I have never ever read any of Rand al’Thor’s books, I’m thinking that Drizzt can dominate him in a straight sword fight.

    However, if Rand uses his powers granted to him by being the Dragon Reborn… Drizzt says bye bye.

  8. El Zilcho January 19, 2009 at 9:29 am -      #8

    Balefire ftw.
    Wonder what the chances are that Drizzit has any Cuendillar on him. I’m going to say very unlikely.

  9. Sharagran January 19, 2009 at 10:08 am -      #9

    It’s been a long time since I’ve read the books, but didn’t Rand crack entire landmasses open because of his energy aura alone?

    And yeah, Balefire ftw.

  10. Matapiojo January 19, 2009 at 1:05 pm -      #10

    Well, so far Balefire has only ever been able to be projected by highly powered weavers of the One Power as a beam. It is not, however, a beam of fire contrary to what the name might suggest. It is in essence a kind of laser beam that can be redirected wherever the caster needs to.

    Whatever is in this beam’s path gets instantly obliterated as the matter is simply banished from existence. The person in the receiving end of this beam will have simply ceased to exist from his/her actual birth. Poof, gone forever.

    As for the actual swordfight. In this respect I would favor Drizzt, but only if he slips into the Hunter. Rand is a superb Blademaster in the WoT, if he is wielding the legendary Callandor, the Drow would be in deep trouble.

    As dry as Jordan wrote his story, the power of Al’Thor is pretty godly. I think this man should be in the same playing field as Thor, Kratos, and ofthers of their ilk.

  11. =[BF]=JimmieRox January 19, 2009 at 5:23 pm -      #11

    I haven’t read any of them, are the widley availiable in Britain? What was the authors full name again?

  12. =[BF]=JimmieRox January 19, 2009 at 5:23 pm -      #12

    *widely not widley, silly me!

  13. admin January 19, 2009 at 6:24 pm -      #13

    @=[BF]=JimmieRox – Rand Al’thor is from the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan, and Drizzt is from the Forgotten Realms series (www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/series/forgotten-realms/) written by R A Salvatore

  14. Matapiojo January 20, 2009 at 10:25 am -      #14

    @=[BF]=JimmieRox

    Like admin said by their credentials, these two characters are some of the most popular beings in the world of contemporary fantasy. Both protagonists have gathered several thousands of fans (me being a big fan of both).

    It must be said that despite the similarities they share due to being the protagonists of their respective stories, both characters are meant to tackle two very different themes within the genre.

    On one side we have a man that went from “rags to riches”, so to speak. Flung from a menial existence as a common farmer, to be the absolute most important being centered for the salvation of the world’s existence.

    On the other, we find a character that was born into a tragedy. He faced insurmountable odds from the moment he opened his very unique eyes. His is a story of personal growth from certain doom to absolute grandeur.

    I suppose you are going to have to figure out which is which. Both stories have a large number of pages in their resume, so I hope you are ready to invest your time into them, but I assure you that despite the different writing styles, both will be very rewarding in the end.

    I for one will be picking up the Sword of Truth’s saga as my own homework. You should too…

  15. admin January 20, 2009 at 10:42 am -      #15

    @Matapiojo – Once you’ve finished the Sword of Truth series, I think I’ll be able to post more matches with those characters – I’d take SoT over Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Forgotten Realms and Wheel of Time any day – I think think it’s the most thought out and well crafted series that will someday get the recognition it deserves, and if you haven’t guessed by now, I am a huge fanboy of the the series, so if you have any questions, let me know…

  16. megafire January 20, 2009 at 1:06 pm -      #16

    I would like to correct something on the subject of balefire.

    Whatever it hits has not ‘never existed’ it merely stopped existing a few moments before it got hit. Unless, of course, it’s an extremely powerful one, in which case, I believe, it would be able to erase a couple of days at best.

    However, this does mean that, say, if Drizzt managed to cut off one of Rand’s arms, and Rand would fire a beam of balefire at Drizzt’s sword right after that, he’d get his arm back because the sword didn’t exist at the time his arm got cut off.

  17. Matapiojo January 20, 2009 at 1:45 pm -      #17

    @admin

    Np, mate. As you can tell from a few of my Battle Requests in the past, I’m all for matches involving characters from books. I am determined to bring the Dark Tower saga to the forefront (Roland Deschain pwns hard).

    I absolutely invite any new sagas for me to attack. Right now I’m tackling Glen Cook’s works for the Black Company, but I deffinitly plan on taking the SoT saga as soon as I’m done with this one.

    BTW, I think Rand Al’Thor vs Richard Rahl would be an amazing match-up. Those two seem to be in the same playing field from what I can gather, but I doubt the fight will be a success here.

  18. admin January 20, 2009 at 1:49 pm -      #18

    @Matapiojo – Rand Al’Thor vs Richard Rahl would be a great match. I’m hoping that the SoT series goes a bit longer on the Sci-fi channel and gets more requests for those characters. I’ve had that debate with my friend who read both SoT and Wheel of Time series with him taking Rand’s side while I of course take Richard’s side.

    At the very least, I’ll add it to the list and hopefully others will request it as well.

  19. Matapiojo January 21, 2009 at 7:45 am -      #19

    “I would like to correct something on the subject of balefire.”

    You sir, are correct. I exagerated the effect of the weave for the others to better grasp the concept. I did not mean to missinform any of the participants. However, five minutes, a decade, or a lifetime, the Drow just does not want any part of it no matter what the fine print is.

    @admin

    I was aware of the show running on the network, but I didn’t want that to be my first impression on the story. Once I read the saga, I’ll go and pick up the DVDs. I have not read of any character in the same scale as Rand is, so I am very interested in seeing what Rahl is capable of.

    Also, I thought it was worthy of note. There is a character in WoT that sort of like Richard, has inherited the consciousness of many legendary generals and combatants into his head. Mattrim Cauthon has adopted all of their combat experience and fighting prowess. Something that he uses greatly to his advantage since most everyone underestimates his capabilities…he is a bit of a comic relief in the series.

    Nothing major, but I thought it was a curious factoid. I find his character to be the most interesting of the story right now.

  20. admin January 21, 2009 at 9:59 am -      #20

    @Matapiojo – Not sure how much you know about the SoT series, so I don’t want to give too much away – but let’s put it this way – even without his powers, Richard always finds a way to overcome obstacles in a very ‘common sense’ way…

  21. megafire January 21, 2009 at 2:03 pm -      #21

    Well, Matt doesn’t really have powers. Though he’s a great fighter, has a very delightful common sense to get himself out of trouble and this was before he got boosted by a brand of special creatures.

    After that, he got, as Matapiojo said, a perfect tactical insight with the memories of various great generals, and enough luck to make up for any mistakes he might make.

  22. Matapiojo January 21, 2009 at 2:43 pm -      #22

    More and more I am interested in jumping on the SoT saga. I have not read much so I dont spoil the story, but the main protagonist alone sounds very interesting.

    Arguably, Matt’s luck can be considered a power. Unlike Halo’s MC, we are shown Matt’s luck to manifest even if it is only in his head. Eventhough he has no control over it, Jordan has written varying degrees of intensity in his character’s luck factor taking form in the way of the rattling dice in his head. I think that we can say that at the very least, Matt has the power to be a sort of probability radar.

    Now that I think about this, I have to consider if there is a worthy adversary(ies) for a match involving the Ta’veren trio.

    Rand Al’Thor, Mattrim Cauthon, and Perrin Aybara vs ……..?

    That would be a mighty fantasy battle right there. Those three are trully incredible beings, and together they are far worse. Hhhhmmmm, I must ponder this.

  23. =[BF]=JimmieRox February 1, 2009 at 5:42 pm -      #23

    Haven’t checked this topic in a while, thanks by the way. Also, I guess I was wrong, badly wrong! Wikipedia doesn’t have a whole lot about his abilities, I’ve had to go a lot further to find anything of real detail!

  24. Matapiojo February 2, 2009 at 7:44 am -      #24

    Yea I can see how that happens. There is a ton of info on WoT, but its a little dug in. While its still one of the most popular (and lengthy) fantasy stories out there, it is still part of a genre that is favored by younger audiences. Information is not generally relayed with complete accuracy.

    There is also too much on Al’Thor to write on a wiki. The person that take on that job should be well read on WoT indeed.

  25. Ktar February 11, 2009 at 10:55 pm -      #25

    So I found this thread because I was wondering if anyone had any good disscussions on wether Rand Al’thor or Richard Cypher would win a duel. Why the hell would Drizzt be compared to Rand?

    Well In a sword fight I would LOVE to say Drizzt would win cus hes full of awesome… but then again, Rand did get a heron marked blade and that must mean something.

    But in a fight. Yes.. balefire would pwn Drizzt. Rand is skilled, Drizzt would not be able to dodge it. Drizzt has very limited magic and even without balefire Rand’s magic wins.

    Plus SoT is AWESOME! Is the best of all three series if you ask me. (WoT just wont end, and I got bored with the Icewind Dale Trilogy. Go read the books before watching Legend of the Seeker!

  26. admin February 11, 2009 at 11:13 pm -      #26

    @Ktar – Yes, the Sword of Truth series is awesome, and yes, I am completely biased in that statement!

  27. Matapiojo February 19, 2009 at 9:54 am -      #27

    I am not even interested in Legend of the Seeker until I read SoT.

    Books>T.V.

  28. LaSt sOn Of KrYpToN June 13, 2009 at 10:26 pm -      #28

    i’ve read SoT i personally like Drizzt’s story better. i don’t know who wins this fight i have no clue pertaining to rand’s abilities.

  29. AHEM June 26, 2009 at 7:17 pm -      #29

    A pure swordfight would be very interesting to see. Drizzt slips into the Hunter, where his instincts take over and he becomes a merciless killing machine, a deadly mix of frenzied violence and cold survival logic. Rand, on the other hand, would be using his “Void” technique, which grants him infinite calmness and precision, allowing him to ignore all outer distractions, including pain, while he focuses on his opponent. They’re both blademasters, but I would give the edge to Drizzt based on his superior experience, double-bladed strategy, and the fact that Rand’s main weapons(besides Callandor) are blades of fire, which Drizzt has an advantage against.

    However, as has been stated, Rand’s use of the One Power would end this fight before Drizzt could get within slashing distance of him. Drizzt’s few magical abilities, such as creating areas of darkness, can’t hold a candle next to the powers Rand has displayed.

    So, given the evidence, I think it’s safe to say that Rand has got this one won.

  30. AHEM August 22, 2009 at 6:22 pm -      #30

    I nominate Rand al’Thor for the BankGambling award.

  31. Dayman August 24, 2009 at 9:49 pm -      #31

    I second, assuming that a nomination from a new guy counts.

    It does! – Admin

  32. AHEM August 28, 2009 at 7:08 pm -      #32

    “I second, assuming that a nomination from a new guy counts.”

    Yes! Opinions and nominations from all in this debate!(Especially those in favor of Rand.)

  33. John Anen October 22, 2009 at 4:32 pm -      #33

    Drizzt doesn’t have nearly enough magic to fight a powerful mage. If Rand can go toe-to-toe with Link and Vader, Drizzt’s going down hard.

    I third the nomination for al’Thor.

  34. Random Kid January 6, 2010 at 7:41 pm -      #34

    OMG how can it BE that SO MANY times Rand is totally miss-represented? Idk what book that picture is from but i remember reading it years ago and its NOT rand! Also, I dont know who Drizzt is but if he can’t face gods with at least the potential of wining then all my money is on the that al’Thor boy.

  35. johnnyquest February 12, 2010 at 2:23 pm -      #35

    I’ve read both series and it seems to me that the foes that Drizzt normally has to give his all to defeat, would be a mere hiccup in the day of Rand al”Thor. Sorry Drizzt you lose. Rand FTW

  36. elwkrleskdflksndma February 19, 2010 at 12:50 am -      #36

    anyone else wonder if drizzt has any cuendillar upon him? doubt it even if he did rand can channel the TRUE Power (Not exactly sure why though it just….happened O_0) and the true power is nearly 10x stronger then saidan “while 100x as sweet”(The Gathering Storm, some chapter, some page) and it has been seen able to destroy cuendillar :D I Love Drizzt though and i dont think they would fight they would team:D!!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. AHEM February 21, 2010 at 1:33 am -      #37

    “anyone else wonder if drizzt has any cuendillar upon him? doubt it even if he did rand can channel the TRUE Power (Not exactly sure why though it just….happened O_0) and the true power is nearly 10x stronger then saidan “while 100x as sweet”(The Gathering Storm, some chapter, some page)”

    He channels it through a link he has to . . . a certain person who can use it normally. Unless, of course, the Dark One decided to spontaneously give it to Rand for some reason.

  38. heath March 31, 2010 at 6:51 am -      #38

    Rand would own drizzt i love both of them but rand is on a differant tier

    i dont even think that richard rahl with the power of orden could beat rand if he had th choden kal in his hands hell he could destroy god if wished

  39. UKScott March 31, 2010 at 9:57 am -      #39

    a plain sword fight, then dritz would win quite easey i think, but all out battle then rand will kick his drow butt,

  40. Bret April 1, 2010 at 8:36 pm -      #40

    Everyone always seems to jump right to the balefire which is reasonable but i havent seen a fight where they mention compulsion, which i think is also one of the more powerful weaves rand can do, mabye not as good as grendal, Rand probably despises doing the weave where as grendal embraces it. But making your opponant worship you usually leaves you in the winning circle. Its probable on the same level as the khalans confessor power.
    Also id deff suggest the Night Angel trilogy, i think kyler Stern should be in some of these battles hes crazy good.

  41. Mazrim June 16, 2010 at 7:06 am -      #41

    @Bret
    I find it extremely unlikely that Rand would use compulsion on anybody, even the Forsaken. As you said, he despises it, and, at least as of the eleventh book, does not know how to perform the weave.

    Nevertheless, he does not need it. Considering the foes he has defeated, Drizzt should not be much trouble. That’s the problem with all debates with WoT mages. Balefire beats EVERYTHING.

  42. Andrew Merklin July 6, 2010 at 10:40 pm -      #42

    Okay this is an easy one: give it it to the Dragon Reborn. He would balefire Drittz out of existance before Drittz could even start whirling his scimitars around; this is especially true if Min is jeopardized. So…RAND!

  43. NemoVonUtopia July 28, 2010 at 10:09 am -      #43

    Rand is also Ta’veren which means reality forms around him. On a side note, Rand uses a heron marked blade rather than Callandor which I think he never used as a sword.

  44. aceofqueens September 15, 2010 at 12:32 am -      #44

    all i have to say is that this rand guy sounds like one seriously overpowered, boring mofo.

    Assuming the people on here know what they are talking about, it seems to me that the guy who controls reality would beat the regular blademaster.

    Sorry Drizzt, I think this ones no contest.

    BankGambling award, Rand.

    (although only because he is ridiculously and pathetically overpowered, if people are to be believed.)

  45. Krazycrismore September 15, 2010 at 1:16 am -      #45

    “(although only because he is ridiculously and pathetically overpowered, if people are to be believed.)”

    Compared to other fantasy universes, Rand is very powerful. But, he is not as op in WOT, yes he is the most powerful channeler but, his poer is not given without reason, he neesd it for what he has to face. Yes, he can be very boring at times, he is actually one of my least favorite protagonists. Is it just me, or does Mat seem to be a very good fight for many of the characters that Rand fights? I think that Mat vs Drizzt would be a really good fight.

    Also Rand for FP award.

  46. aceofqueens September 17, 2010 at 1:22 am -      #46

    How does he have a challenge if he controls reality?

  47. aceofqueens September 17, 2010 at 1:23 am -      #47

    unless someone else is an equally skilled reality controller and they cancel each other out, forcing them to fight a regular sword fight.

  48. Rahl-expert October 6, 2010 at 9:51 pm -      #48

    in a matter of swordsmanship, drizzt wins hands down. all of you has said that rand equals any drow fighter, what you fail to realize is that drizzt is better than any of the weaponsmasters of menzoberanzan, defeating his own father who is widely known as the deadliest fighter in menzoberanzan. id never heard of rand (i couldnt stand trying to read WoT) but his one power thing sounds like it would beat drizzt. in a sword fight, drizzt. with magical help, rand. im a die-hard drizzt fan, but the one power isnt even fair from what ive heard

  49. Frothbyte October 21, 2010 at 10:34 am -      #49

    In a sword fight, Drizzt wins pretty solidly. Even if he had both his hands, Rand is at most a very good blademaster, but not the best. He was beaten in a sparring session by another blademaster and also has trouble handling 4-5 good swordsmen.

    Drizzt on the other hand, skillwise is about the best natural swordsman you could ever find (Rahl’s skill is not natural). Plus Drizzt is faster than Rand.

    Still, with Rand’s control of the one power, all he really has to do is sit down and use his power to play with Drizzt. Takes Rand less than a minute to dismantle Drizzt.

    Also for those who said Rand is too powerful… simple Rand alone is not that powerful since he gets nauseus with using his power. With choeden kahl however, only guys like Anakha/sparhawk can beat him.

  50. Cauthan November 5, 2010 at 8:28 pm -      #50

    Rand, obviously. But I would like to correct a few misconceptions made above. First of all, the True Power is NOT 10x stronger than the One Power. It is not any more powerful. It is however worlds more addictive. It also has a tendency towards chaos and destruction, and things done with the true power dont function like the one power. For instance, when Lews Therin was healed so he could recognize the fact he killed his family, the healing was done with the true power. it did heal him of his madness, but it inflicted tons of pain.

    Another misconception is someone stating that Rand can control reality. Nemo didnt say CONTROL. Nemo said the reality forms around him. In the WoT, reality is called “The Pattern”, fabric spun by the wheel of time (The Wheel isnt a physical object).. Each person is a thread in that pattern. Here is what the WoT wiki has to say about ta’veren:
    Ta’veren (pronounced: tah-VEER-ehn) a
    re people whom the Wheel of Time specifically weaves the Pattern around.

    “Ta’veren : “A person around whom the Wheel of Time weaves all surrounding life-threads, perhaps ALL life-threads, to form a Web of Destiny.”

    This is something the pattern does. That being said, Rand doesnt control it. The pattern does.

  51. Rocksolid November 11, 2010 at 11:33 pm -      #51

    I’ve read most of the Sword of Truth series and none of Drizzt’s books, but going to start Wheel of Time shortly. In my opinion Richard Rahl would own most people once he has control of his magic. He is on the level of Sauron then. Kylar Stern would beat anyone with magic because it can’t hurt him when he has the ka’kari, but straight up sword fight he’s still tough though i’d take Lantono Garuwashi from Kylar’s series over just about anyone in straight weapon combat. Then don’t forget Gath of Baal. Beast among men.

  52. Wheeler December 7, 2010 at 7:12 pm -      #52

    ty Rocksolid, that was very enlightening and useful to the topic. Not. Anyway, Rand’s a powerful male channeler, afaik the most powerful (male) channeler alive, maybe ever or maybe since his last incarnation 3k years ago. He’s also the Dragon.

    @Matapioho: It’s saidin, not saidar. Rand’s not a transsexual.

    As Cauthan mentioned, Rand doesn’t control reality because he has a reality-controlling skill. He warps reality to his need or desires because of what and who he is: the most vital thread in the entire Pattern, thus immensely ta’veren.

    With regards to balefire: Rand wouldn’t use fully powered Choedan Kahl-boosted balefire on ANYONE because it could destroy planets and probably cause irreparable damage to the Pattern. Just destroying Natrin’s Barrow was a small risk. Anyway, a little bit of balefire would do the trick just fine.

    It’s useful to point out that Rand from ‘Towers of Midnight’ on is an unknown entity with regards to his skill level, One Power (and True Power) level and capacity and ta’veren reality warping. This might be the first time that the Dragon exists in this particular fashion, remembering his previous life/lives.

    Also, the One Power is so varied in its uses, Drizz’t really has no chance… disables, nukes, stealth, tanking…. It’s the Swiss Army knife of powers, and that’s puting it mildly. And that’s besides all the passive buffs Rand already has (bonded by FOUR women, One Power enhanced perception, sensation, vitality, Flame and Void technique…. etc etc)

  53. Wheeler December 7, 2010 at 8:15 pm -      #53

    Forgot to mention…
    Blademastery: Rand’s the same guy who as Lews Therin Telamon invented swords and swordfighting 3000 years ago. Rand will have a lot of difficulty fighting now that he only has one hand tho, which gives Drizz’t a huge plus depending on if it’s a straight swordfight.

  54. Fang September 22, 2011 at 6:39 pm -      #54

    Hahah wow I look like I was such a noob as rahl-expert. Just wanted to say WoT bored me, I liked SoT books a lot, but liked legend of drizzt best because of the “drizzt is a total badass” effect.

  55. Shgon Dunstan August 15, 2012 at 4:28 pm -      #55

    And so that I post this in every thread with Rand.

    “A Crown Of Swords”
    MMPB. Pg.-361. 364 Ch.15 .” Insects”

    “Suddenly he realized that Shiaine had stopped talking. He turn, ready to continue putting her in her place.
    She was leaning forward in the act of rising, one hand on the arm of her chair, the other raised in a gesture. Her narrow face was fixed in petulant defiance, but not at Carridin. She did not move. She did not blink. He was not sure she breathed. He barely noticed her.
    “Ruminating?” Sammael said.”

    And skipping their long talk.

    “Suddenly Shiaine moved, completing her halted rise from the chair. “You mark me, Bors,” she began, then cut off, staring at the window where he had been standing. Her eyes darted, found him, and she jumped. He could have been one of the Chosen himself from the way those eyes bulged.”

    And there you go, a time-stop weave that can be used on people.

    And as Rand has all of LTT’s memories, and as Sammael is -1 in every way to LTT, Rand is sure to know it.

  56. Lanfear92 October 30, 2012 at 8:46 am -      #56

    First off, the person depicted on the right is NOT Rand al’Thor (Callandor is made of a crystal like material and shouldn’t be black lol) . And in any case, Rand, with the power of the Choedan Kal can destroy entire continents with a single blow. So, yeah, Rand is out of Drizzt’s league. Drizzt will get owned.

  57. Dassadec December 11, 2012 at 6:52 pm -      #57

    This is a swordfight isnt it? Drizzt, without magical gear would cut Rand down(power forged blade and all) in a matter of seconds.
    In terms of magic Elminster, alustriel, and The simbul together might give Rand a fight.

    So really, I see it as a stomp one way or the other.

    I’d like to see a straight sword fight between Richard Rahl and Drizzt

  58. Entreri April 21, 2014 at 3:26 pm -      #58

    Weapons only? Drizzt.

    Magic? No amplifier, Rand would slap around prime Eliminster.

    If Rand had the male sa’angreal Choden Khal, he can destroy any of the greater God/goddess in the Forgotten Realms.

  59. Entreri April 21, 2014 at 3:40 pm -      #59

    No Magic?

    Drizzt easily.

  60. Rookie June 10, 2014 at 5:05 am -      #60

    In pure swordfight Drizzt will most likely win.
    With magic? Rand stomps.

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