hey /his/, was the deadliest warrior show accurate?
It was a fun show and they did bring in weapon experts, but they would always have something live experience or something like that for fights.
I started to doubt the integrity of the show with the episode that said somali pirates could beat a columbian drug cartel
It's stupid as fuck don't bother unless you want to laugh
>after 3 thousand computer simulated tests we came to the conclusion that the ninja would beat a tank very easily because the tank would just be too slow and the ninja would be able to use his superior agility to infiltrate and kill the pilots with his trained shinobi fighting style
No. It was actually very stupid. The huge assumptions and glaring mistakes they made were atrocious. That said, I would watch it with my IRL friends every time a new episode came out. Lot's of laughs were had.
it really isn't that accurate
>shaka zulu was the fiercest warrior in all of Africa!
>he would eat the hearts of his enemies!
>and scream ZULU while he cut down foes!
they went from a depiction of the man by James King who was a british trader just after ivory. King basically came up with this depiction of Zulu being a warmonger and a cannibal and everything else when really, before Mandella, he was the most influential man in South African history