So I see a bunch o people pitting characters from different anime up against eachother. Lets see what you all think of this match up.
From Samurai Deeper Kyo. Alias: Demon Eyes Kyo/Kyo Mibu (also known as "The Thousand Slayer") Gender: Male Occupation: Samurai/Head of the Shiseiten/Last True Crimson King Age: 28 Height: 180 cm Weight: 66 kg Wields: Muramasa Kyo's weapon is Tenro, one of the "Four Great Demon Blades" It was forged by Muramasa, and it is nearly unbreakable. His sword style is The Sword of A Devilish Wind Mumyou Jinpuu Ryuu Satsujin Ken, which was taught to him by Muramasa. It teaches standard fencing skills and defense, but they are far more powerful than any of the skills of other sword styles. It is the most powerful sword school in the Mibu Clan. It utilizes attacks that can cut air and create illusions. He later learns a higher form of the style that utilizes the Four Symbols (Genbu, Seiryuu, Byakko,Suzaku and even Kouryuu, manifesting various different powers based upon the creatures. Kyo's Sword Style is called "Sword of Yang". The Yang Sword nullify an opponent's attack by hitting it with another attack of equal speed and energy. The Yang Sword has to block the opponent perfectly one tiny imperfection and user will take the blow without one to stop it
Now I'm going on BASICS and SWORDSMANSHIP here, which is why I didn't add and abilities or power he actually has access too.. otherwise I honestly think he is super over powered. haha
Next up we have from... yup, you probably guessed it. Ruroni Kenshin: Alias: Hitokiri Battōsai, Himura Battōsai, Himura Shinta Gender: Male Occupation: Rurouni, Hitokiri (former), Ishin Shishi swordsman (former) Age: 28 Height: 158 cm Weight: 48 kg Wields: Sakabatō Shinuchi. aka: Reverse Blade Sword Kenshin is perhaps most well known for his almost inhuman swordsmanship. Having inherited the Hiten Mitsurugi-ryū sword style from his master, Hiko Seijūrō XIII, Kenshin's light frame allows him to use the style's "godspeed" to its fullest, moving so rapidly that he routinely outpaces the human eye. In the unlikely event his first strike misses his enemies, Kenshin uses his sheath to attack his opponent, making it almost impossible to beat him once he takes the battojutsu stance. His own prowess withBattōjutsu earned him his infamous moniker. Outside of Hiten Mitsurugi-ryū, Kenshin has displayed independent sword techniques which are indicative of his own acquired skills.
Okay, well now you have the basics to go off. and if you've seen both shows or read the manga I hope you can understand why I wished to keep it simple and not use any of their individual abilities for this bout. Go ahead and vote, and as always if you find any mistakes or just see something important that I left out post it up with your comment. ^_^ Thanks everyone.