We continue the SuperFight this week, with last week’s winner taking on a new challenger!

SUPERFIGHT is a game where you argue with your friends over ridiculous fights. The game is very simple. It’s fun for all levels and kinds of players.

The main deck consists of 500 cards, split between character cards (white cards), and powers and weaknesses (black cards). These cards are used to create fights like this:

A KINDERGARTEN CLASS THAT BREATHES FIRE AND IS WEARING JETPACKS vs. A PIRATE SWINGING A SHARK ON A CHAIN AND RIDING A SEGWAY.

As you can imagine, the arguments over who would win the fight are epic and hilarious.

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  1. The cat, because they are crafty little furballs of concentrated evil. The giraffe would fight honorably, but the cat would fight dirty and do whatever it takes to win. Plus, everyone knows that all cats have supernatural powers, so even if the cat were to fight honorably it would still have an enormous advantage unless the giraffe has access to the cat’s only natural enemy, the spray bottle.

    • The giraffe has a giant spray bottle. It’s called a firehose – spraying superglue. If the cat get sprayed. It would immediately try to clean the superglue off its fur, thus gluing its tongue to its body.
      Giraffe wins.

      • Not quite the same. A firehose is a bit unwieldy when it is in use, so it would be harder to move it around as quickly as a smaller spray bottle since cats can move fairly quickly. That doesn’t mean it wouldn’t work, but it wouldn’t be as accurate or as maneuverable as a smaller spray bottle.

        The giraffe COULD distract the cat with emitting light from it’s hands on a nearby wall and then firing the hose, but it would have to time everything precisely since a firehose takes a few seconds to get going and it would need both hands to aim the hose once it starts spraying or else it would get everywhere and trap him as well. If he had a spray bottle, though, he would have one hand free and could just spray with one hand while the other is emitting light to distract the cat.

  2. The cat will win.
    the cat would be able to move quick enough to evade the glue and the tin foil hat will deflect the light back to the giraffe. Plus cats are nature’s serial killers.

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