|Alexander the Great|
|Weapons||Kopis, Xyston, Gastraphetes, Ballista|
|Battle Status||Lost against Attila the Hun|
|Experts||Peter van Rossum (Sword/Shield Champion)|
Kendall Wells (Bladed Weapon Specialist)
"Alexander wanted to be the greatest conqueror the world had ever seen."- Peter van Rossum.
"I'm not afraid of an army of lions lead by sheep. I'm afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion." Alexander the Great
Alexander The Great, the warrior king, whose brutal tactics carved out one of the largest empires in history;
vs. Attila the Hun, the notorious barbarian horseman, who terrorized and ravaged the European Continent.
- 340 - 323 BC
- Height -5' 7"
- Weight - 155 lbs
- Armor - Bronze Cuirass
- Short Range: Kopis = 120
- Mid Range: Xyston = 225
- Long Range: Gastraphetes = 52
- Special: Ballista = 7
- Armor: Bronze cuirass, Chalcidian helmet, bronze shield.
- Total Kills = 404
Deadlist Warrior Legands WeaponsEdit
- Short Range: Kopis, Makhaira
- Medium Range: Xyston, Sarissa
- Long Range: Gastraphetes, Javelin
- Armor: Bronze Cuirass, Linothorax
- Joke Weapon: Umbrella
- Final Strike: Stabs opponent, then twists the sword upwards before pulling it out.
This battle opens with two of Alexander the Great's soldiers pushing the Ballista toward a city pillaged by Attila and his men. They slowly turn the crank on the Ballista to pull back the band. Inside the city, Attila the Hun is sitting down and having lunch while his men are examining their weapons. They see a flock of birds suddenly take off and realize that something is up ahead. The Macedonian soldier loads the bolt onto the band and, upon Alexander's command, fires it toward Attila's men. One of Attila's men stands up to see what was going on, and is consequently hit with the bolt. Attila gets up and sees Alexander and his men rushing at them, with Alexander on a horse. Attila jumps onto his horse and takes the bow and arrow handed to him by his fellow warrior. The Hun then takes his own bow and arrow and charges at the oncoming soldiers. One of Alexander's men tries to set up his Gastraphetes bow, but is shot by the Hun's arrow. Attila draws his bow and tries to shoot Alexander, but the arrow bounces off his armor. The Hun also tries to shoot Alexander, but Alexander rides in with the Xyston and thrusts it through the Hun, killing him. Attila and his horse run toward Alexander, and Attila attempts to get his lasso around Alexander's neck. This backfires when Alexander grabs the rope and pulls Attila from his horse. Attila yanks on the rope in retaliation and pulls Alexander off his horse as well. Alexander grabs a shield from one of his fallen comrades and draws his Kopis while Attila grabs another shield and pulls out his Scythian Axe. The two begin fighting, and Alexander knocks the shield out of Attila's hands. He attempts to slice Attila, but misses. Attila swings the axe and lodges it into Alexander's shield, pulling on it and removing it from Alexander's hands. Attila then draws his Sword of Mars and the two warriors begin to clash swords. Attila manages to hit Alexander's arm, but as he goes in for the kill, Alexander drops his sword, flips him over, and knocks him into the wall, causing him to lose the Sword of Mars. The two start fighting with their bare hands, until Alexander throws Attila onto the floor. Attila spots his sword on the floor and scrambles to retreive his sword. Alexander grabs Attila's leg and tries to pull him away from the sword, but Attila kicks Alexander in the face. He tries once again to grab his sword and succeeds. Alexander approaches Attila and is promptly stabbed through the neck. Attila thrusts his sword in the air and yells in victory.
NOTE: One of Alexander's men was not seen to be killed during the simulation, but was shown to have died.
- Roman Emperor Caligula, famous for his insanity, was rumored to have graverobbed from Alexander the Great's tomb and wore his bronze breastplate.
- Stock footage from "Ultimate Battles- Alexander the Great" was used in the episode.
- Alexander the Great was portrayed by Jason Faunt in the simulation, who already acted out the role of the Macedonian king in a 2006 film about the Greek conqueror.
- Alexander's chestplate had an image of Medusa, as although she was a demon she was also considered a guardian in Greek culture. Many Spartan shields were decorated with a Medusa head.
- Alexander ordered his men to shave so that long beards could not be grabbed during battle. This probably influenced western culture as people of the western world typically shave.