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Tuesday Otaku Debate: Lu Bu vs. Miyamoto Musashi

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Last week we entered into the depths of hell as we voted for the worst character to cosplay at a convention, or in your living room if you don’t go to conventions. This all arrived from a theory I have that states that bad cosplay seems to radiate from a couple of characters that just can’t be cosplayed, or ones that are cosplayed so much that they just pollute the entire cosplay community around them. The series that is most responsible for this phenomenon is Kingdom Hearts, though to be more precise Organization XIII cosplay is mostly to blame. So please stop for now, at least give us a break until the next game comes out.

Though, it also appears as if you hate it when fat people cosplay, which I can assure you will never, ever be done away with. As long as anime exists, there will be fat people to cosplay its characters; this is a scientific law my friends.

Fat people: 7
Anyone from Kingdom Hearts: 6

L: 4
Organization XIII: 3
Sonic: 3
All Naruto ninjas: 2
Alucard: 2
Dragon Ball: 2
Furry: 2
Bible Black characters: 1
Tron guy: 1
Non furry, furry character fur furry: 1
Keichi Morisato: 1
Anthropomorphs: 1
Bleach pointy objects: 1
Felicia: 1
Fat Naruto: 1
Final Fantasy: 1
Luffy: 1
Rock Lee: 1
Man-Faye: 1
Franky: 1
Jesus: 1
Ivy: 1
Team Rocket: 1
Sexy no jutsu: 1

Meet me after the jump for a duel to the death!


I can not be the only person alive who wants to see what would happen if the greatest warrior of ancient China had a duel with the greatest swordsman of Japan. Well, I know what would happen, one of them would die. So the real question is, who would win in a duel to the death, Lu Bu or Miyamoto Musashi?

Lu Bu was a minor warlord during the Three Kingdoms era of achient China. He was a master at horseback riding, archery, and fighting with a halberd. However, he is now known for being one of the most difficult opponents to beat within the Dynasty Warriors franchise. Remember: Do not engage Lu Bu!!

Musashi was a Japanese swordsman known for his distinctive fighting style with two swords and his dueling spirit. He is said to have won over 60 duels in his lifetime; however, the only thing to defeat him was cancer. He is also famous for his teachings, which were written in his book, “The Book of Five Rings.”

“Just as one man can beat ten, so a hundred men can beat a thousand, and a thousand can beat ten thousand. In my strategy, one man is the same as ten thousand, so this strategy is the complete warrior's craft.”

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