An army of chickens led by a Roman could defeat an army of Romans led by a chicken
@Sexy Homunculus, nice reworking of that quote
@Sexy Homunculus, I don't think that's true. Just think about how many chickens it would take to kill one roman.
@OkGuy, its a rewording of an Alexander the Great quote. "Better an army of sheep led by a lion than an army of lions led by a sheep." Something like that.
Are these the Zelda chickens?
@WickedStyx, it's very important that we establish this before deciding.
@ShisuiTheTeleporter, if they're Skyrim chickens, well then, that's a whole different story.
@WickedStyx, if they're skyrim chickens, then thousands of guards would start arresting the Romans :P
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@WickedStyx, if they are those poor Romans are done for...
@WickedStyx, The Zelda chickens are actually Cucoos
@Super GingerBoy, it pains me to say this, but I never actually played anything from the Zelda franchise as a kid so I did not know what they were called.
@WickedStyx, no if they were there wouldn't be a war those soldiers would already be puddles of blood
@eleven, but this isn't Link we're talking about...
@WickedStyx, clearly not. The romans would've been defeated in seconds if they were
@WickedStyx, no, those are cuccoos.
@Not Actually a Corgi, someone else has already told me that (Super GingerBoy)
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@Ultramatt, for a sec I got totally accurate battle simulator and epic battle simulator mixed up and was like holy shjt, totally accurate battle simulator has come a long way
Yeah I don't remember this in history class.
@RandomUsername042, I think it was the page after the one that said 99% of ww1 soldiers were black.
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Do the chickens get the avian flu talent specialization?
What a fowl sight this is.
For a second I thought it was TABS.
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Romans. I can't really see a chicken killing anyone let alone trained and armored forces that destroyed civilizations almost as quick as they built them.
@Angryblackrooster, clearly you have not played the Legend of Zelda, my friend
@Angryblackrooster, the same way zombies can destroy humanity: overwhelming numbers.
@Reedmg, it's been a while haha
@Angryblackrooster, that makes sense. But if it was logical numbers the entire roman army versus every living chicken in existence at the time the romans would be out number like 100 to 1 but with a ridiculous kill ratio. But if you use imaginary numbers it seems hopeless for the romans haha.