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#1 Posted by King Saturn (220732 posts) - - Show Bio

Could Peter Pan defeat Robin Hood in a sword fight ?

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#2 Posted by vance_astro (89968 posts) - - Show Bio

Pan.

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#3 Posted by King Saturn (220732 posts) - - Show Bio

Alexander Anderson says:

"Which versions? Book vs. Legend? Disney versions?"

Lets go with Book

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#4 Posted by King Saturn (220732 posts) - - Show Bio

Rotten gun says:

"you certainly think outside the box "saturn" ;b"

LOL

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#5 Posted by Sling Shot (3859 posts) - - Show Bio

"Welcome back to Neverland Pan the Man."

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#6 Posted by Alexander Anderson (4306 posts) - - Show Bio

Which versions? Book vs. Legend? Disney versions?

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#7 Posted by Rotten gun (2577 posts) - - Show Bio

you certainly think outside the box "saturn" ;b

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#8 Posted by White Phantom (1835 posts) - - Show Bio

Robin Hood's fame comes from archery, I'm going with Peter.

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#9 Posted by Alexander Anderson (4306 posts) - - Show Bio

Book Peter vs. legendary Robin Hood then...I'm going with Robin Hood, although Peter was one hell of a swordsman for a kid...

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#10 Posted by Nighthunter (29571 posts) - - Show Bio

The winner is Pan...Peter pan :P

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#11 Posted by Kalossus (60 posts) - - Show Bio

I think Peter's ability to fly gives him an advantage and the win.

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#12 Posted by Static Shock (51745 posts) - - Show Bio

I'll go with Peter Pan. I always thought that he was a tight character, both in Disney and the book.

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#13 Posted by Alexander Anderson (4306 posts) - - Show Bio

Flight is a significant advantage, but taking to the air might not be a good choice when you're facing an archer as skilled as Robin Hood.

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#14 Posted by Static Shock (51745 posts) - - Show Bio

Alexander Anderson says:

"Flight is a significant advantage, but taking to the air might not be a good choice when you're facing an archer as skilled as Robin Hood."

Agreed. But, how fast can Pan fly? Is he fast enough to dodge arrows coming at him?

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#15 Posted by Alexander Anderson (4306 posts) - - Show Bio

I haven't read the book since I was a kid, so I don't remember how fast Pan flew. I don't think he did any flying in his duel with Hook, which was pretty intense.

Hook was serious business in the original illustrations:

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#16 Posted by Static Shock (51745 posts) - - Show Bio

Speaking of Peter Pan, does anyone remember that Peter Pan and the Pirates cartoon from FOX Kids? I honestly think that was the best incarantion of Peter Pan, IMO. I just remembered how f@cking tight that cartoon was. Check this out.

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#17 Posted by vance_astro (89968 posts) - - Show Bio

Static Shock says:

"Speaking of Peter Pan, does anyone remember that Peter Pan and the Pirates cartoon from FOX Kids? I honestly think that was the best incarantion of Peter Pan, IMO. I just remembered how f@cking tight that cartoon was. Check this out.http://www.youtube.com/v/jqpGImyUtpE&rel=1 width=425 height=355 type=application/x-shockwave-flash wmode="transparent">"

The first time I saw this cartoon,was the happiest day of my life.Not because of the cartoon of course but that's the reason I remeber.I loved it though.Sadly I only saw a few episodes.

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#18 Posted by The WeatherMan (3261 posts) - - Show Bio

Peter pan. Because he can fly. Simple as that.

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