In single combat, who would emerge victorious?
- The T-1000 is a mimetic poly-alloy (liquid metal) assassin and the main antagonist in Terminator 2: Judgment Day controlled by the series main antagonist Skynet.
- T-1000 is a more advanced Terminator, composed entirely of a mimetic metal alloy, rendering it capable of rapid shapeshifting, near-perfect mimicry and rapid recovery from damage. Furthermore, it can use its ability to quickly liquify and assume forms in innovative and surprising ways, including fitting through narrow openings, morphing its arms into solid metal tools or bladed weapons, walking through prison bars, and flattening itself on the ground to hide or ambush targets.
- Like all Terminators, the T-1000 possesses superhuman strength. It was shown to be capable of overpowering the T-800 in hand to hand combat, despite its more slender frame and lack of mass compared to its predecessor. It could also run fast enough to catch up to a speeding police car, although at times it would drive vehicles if it required further speed.
- The T-1000 is effectively impervious to mechanical damage, such as being dismembered, shot with bullets, or attacked with explosive devices. Wounds close almost immediately, and any detached parts simply flow back into the T-1000′s body. In T:2, this Terminator was even frozen using liquid nitrogen and shattered, but the pieces simply flowed back together after thawing.
- Temperature-based attacks are effective, but temporary. Low temperatures can cause the liquid metal to freeze, which inhibits its ability to move or shapeshift. High temperatures degrade its ability to maintain a disguise; after emerging from a burning truck, the T-1000 appeared in its default liquid-metal state and was only able to reestablish its policeman disguise after cooling for several seconds. Only extremely high temperatures, such as molten steel used in the finale of T:2, are capable of disassociating its molecular structure and permanently destroying it.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi, later known as Ben Kenobi during his exile, was a legendary Jedi Master who played a significant role in the fate of the galaxy during the waning days of the Galactic Republic. He was the mentor of both Anakin and Luke Skywalker, training both in the ways of the Force.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of the greatest lightsaber duelists of his time. A natural swordsman, Kenobi’s ability was evident even at a young age. During his training under Qui-Gon Jinn, Kenobi chose to specialize in Ataru, his relatively advanced skills reinforced by his youth and stamina, which helped compensate for his relative inexperience.
- Though Kenobi focused largely on lightsaber combat he was also very skilled and powerful in use of the Force. He was trained in use of the Mind trick, Force persuasion and the more advanced Dominate Mind skill.
- Kenobi was also capable of a very powerful Force Push, which he used consistently throughout the Clone Wars and against Grievous during their final duel in 19 BBY. He later displayed his mastery of Force Push during his duel with Darth Vader on Mustafar, as neither of them were able to overpower the other while simultaneously using the ability.
- Obi-Wan Kenobi proved himself to be a great military strategist, which resulted in his attaining the rank of High General along with Mace Windu during the Clone Wars. Basic rules and information:
- Combatants are teleported to a roman colosseum-type area about 25 meters apart and must begin to do battle immediately.
- Combatants have no prep-time nor do they have any foreknowledge of their opponent.
- Combatants are aware they’re in a fight, and give their max effort.
- Combatants carry their normal combat load and equipment.