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Maul vs. Grievous Set by Dimension-Dino

Ray: Alright, the combatants are set. Let’s settle this debate once and for all.

Steel: It’s time for a DEATH BATTLE!


The Malevolence...

A figure in a black, hooded cloak stood in the empty quarters aboard a massive space cruiser. All who had perceived him a threat and tried eliminating him, from battle droids to panicking officials onboard the ship drawing concealed weapons, lay in pieces around him.

All he had to do now was wait...

A noise came from the nearby doorway. A distinct, sharp-sounding "clink", as though something sharp and metal was regularly hitting the ground...and was getting louder and louder as it got closer. It definitely caught the figure's attention, for he turned to the door just as it slid open.

On hearing the door, the figure turned around fully and opened its eyes, revealing they were the same color as open flame. These bright-orange eyes met a pair of yellow, reptilian ones in a death glare.

The owner of the yellow eyes was tall, clad in a floor-length black cape, and seemed to be made entirely of metal. Its mechanical exoskeleton was adorned by white plates to make it resemble an inhuman, beastly skeleton. Yet the odd thing out about this monster were that its eyes were that of a living, breathing being, the skin surrounding the eyes raw and red like they had been burned long ago.

The figure in black's fiery gaze never left his new opponent. He slowly reached up with his gloved hands, gripped his hood, then slowly pulled it away from his head, revealing himself to the repulsive cyborg.

He looked like a demon straight out of Hell itself.

The figure, now revealed to be identifiable as male from appearance alone, was human in appearance...but only just. His skin was the color of fresh blood, and his face was adorned in tattoos the color of obsidian, making him look like a participant in a savage cult built on bloodshed. Horns jutted from his hairless scalp like the lethal spikes of a hellish morningstar, adding even more to his demonic appearance.

The rest of the cloak followed the hood as the figure cast it off himself. A duel was fast-approaching, but it wouldn't be a duel among men so much as it would be between monsters.

The cyborg, Grievous, emitted a sound that could pass off as a snort. “You are a fool to come after me. You think I am unguarded?” He beckoned forward, and more clanking came from behind him.

As the demonic Zabrak, Darth Maul, watched, four droids emerged from the doorway behind Grievous. These were no ordinary droids, though. THESE droids were two meters tall, a little too human in appearance for psychological comfort, and wielded strange, quarterstaff weapons. Once all four of them were standing in front of Grievous, they triggered something in their staffs and each end sparked with bright-violet electrical energy.

Grievous emitted a sinister chuckle, then ordered, “Kill him.”

The Magnaguards advanced on Maul, electrostaffs crackling, yet the zabrak made no effort to back away. From his belt he pulled a lightsaber handle that was oddly longer than most other sabers Grievous had seen.

A blade of crimson energy burst from the handle with a crackle and a hiss, a faint hum ringing through the air as a result of the plasma blade’s existence.

Then another one hissed into existence on the opposite end of the handle. Right about now, Grievous now knew why the handle was a bit longer than he thought.

No matter. The Sith assassin would be hard-pressed to get past four magnaguards.

The magnaguards advanced until the first two got in close and swung with their staffs. With expert maneuverability, Maul sprang between the two and blocked one’s staff with the blade of his saberstaff and ducked under another’s, the crackling tip missing his head. With another whirl and a blur of bright red, the blocked magnaguard fell to the ground with stumps for legs. One swipe of red later and mentioned warrior fell apart from a chest slash that completely bifurcated it.

One down.

The remaining three magnaguards swung and parried with their staffs, blood-red clashing against amethyst-purple. Few Jedi would have lasted in this situation and, most likely would have either retreated or get turned into a charbroiled corpse from the intensity of the staffs’ output.

Too bad Maul wasn’t like most Jedi.

The air rang with the sound of humming plasma as Maul matched each guard move-for-move. When one thrust, he simply whirled away and raised his blade quick enough to block any magnaguard that was waiting for him.

Acting on impulse, Maul reached into the Force and the magnaguard to his right slammed, headfirst, into the magnaguard in front of him. While the two tumbled to the ground, trying to right themselves, Maul whirled and severed the arms of the guard to his left. The thing had tried jabbing him with its staff and paid the ultimate price for it. One swipe later and the magnaguard was cut from its right shoulder to its left hip. It fell to pieces and remained motionless.

Maul sprang into the air just as the two grounded magnaguards were trying to get back up, then plunged his blade into the back of one, impaling the other with the same movement. Both fell motionless as Maul looked up at Grievous, who had spectated the entire fight, then slowly stood to his full height, which was already-intimidating when he was hunched over.

“You send toys to fight Sith?” Maul growled in a low, hoarse whisper, a hint of insult in his voice.

Grievous inwardly scowled, then strode forward, his taloned feet scarring the floor. “Very well, then. I will have to deal with you myself, animal.”

Grievous undid the clasps on his cape and let it fall to the ground. Any Jedi or Sith who did this was obviously preparing for a fight. Maul’s reaction was simple: ready his saberstaff, waiting for Grievous’ next move.

“You won’t last any longer than the rest in this room.” Maul warned.

“You fool. I have been trained in your Jedi arts by Lord Tyranus himself.” Grievous said, then reached down to his hip, which held an array of lightsaber hilts: lightsabers that he had taken from the cold, dead grip of Jedi he had slain personally.

Grievous seized the hilts of all four he had on him, a thumb on each side of his hand ensuring he could grip all of them. The minute he pulled them free of their storage, his arms split down the center and Maul could only watch as two arms became four, each equipped with a lightsaber.

Four cracks and hums and four different bars of blue or green plasma burst from each hand’s fist. To add even more to his intimidation factor, Grievous utilized two rotaries in his shoulder, his arms seeming to circle round to switch places. Rotaries in his wrists actually turned the lightsabers into a disc of energy for a brief time. They spun that quickly.

“I will enjoy taking your saberstaff and adding it to my collection.” Grievous snarled, a malicious smile showing through his voice.

If Maul was intimidated by Grievous’s show of ability, it didn’t show. His fiery eyes continued glowering at his opponent and his dual-sided saber never left its battle-ready position.

Fight by Dimension-Dino

Grievous hunched forward and his two uppermost arms moved towards the front of his body, his wrists slowly rotating. Mentioned rotating increased in speed until the lightsabers were no more than whirling discs of energy, enriching the air with the hum associated with swinging plasma blades.

Maul slowly backed away, his gaze never leaving Grievous’s. On hearing a repeating, high-pitched shrieking noise, he briefly glanced down to see that the whirling blades were carving deep, bright-orange scars into the floor and turning the remains of his own magnaguards into pieces of heat-sheared metal.

Maul did not panic and, in record time, saw the flaw in Grievous’s strategy. One expert thrust of his saberstaff and the crossing arcs of the lightsabers connected with Maul’s own blade with a sharp crackle.

Grievous had many a Jedi counter this technique in that fashion and quickly followed up with an upward thrust from his remaining two arms, which Maul sidestepped and countered with a strike of his own.

Fighting multi-armed enemies proved to be a pain to him now, for one of Grievous’s other arms countered his strike with a sharp parry. The opposite arms swung so fast that Maul vaulted clean over Grievous to escape it. Tucking his legs in, he narrowly avoided landing on the ground legless.

Grievous turned when Maul landed, then began his ruthless assault again. Maul parried like mad as Grievous actually increased his attacking speed. He delivered almost ten striker per second, which wasn’t impossible for Maul, but still very difficult.

Fifteen strikes per second…

Okay, not undoable, but it was starting to overwhelm his defensive tactics…

Twenty strikes per second…

It was official. That was about as far as Maul could go on the defensive and, should he keep up, Grievous would certainly cut him to ribbons.

Maul sprang back in a graceful flip, then chose to re-plan his strategy. Staying in front of this man-droid abomination was obviously a bad idea. Maul was an attacker, not a defensive expert like his slayer, Kenobi. So, Maul instead opted to circling the beast so that he’d at least face two sabers instead of four at a time. Whenever Grievous turned to face him, Maul would circle at least ninety degrees to the side to ensure that Grievous couldn’t lay a full assault on him.

Grievous, though, was a lot smarter than Maul gave credit for. At this point, he had seen the tactic through. He wasn’t falling for THAT anytime soon and, like his opponent, mixed up his strategy. He started hacking low at Maul’s feet and only a mad parry kept Maul’s legs intact.

The Zabrak proved a good bit more resourceful than Grievous had anticipated, for when Grievous brought his arms up, he saw that one of his left hands was missing. In its place was a stump of burnt metal about where the wrist used to be.

With a cybernetic growl, the former Kaleesh general advanced again, sabers becoming blurs of color as they aimed to take off Maul’s head.

Maul had been lucky that time and even HE knew it. Odds were that Grievous wouldn’t let him pull that stunt off a second time. When Maul moved towards Grievous’ left to try and take advantage of his severed arm, Grievous mirrored him. Difference was that this time, he was much faster to act, meaning Maul had to put up a defensive game sooner and had little room for attack.

Maul had to up the ante a bit, and he knew just how to do that.

Maul parried an attack from Grievous again, but before the CIS general could so much as swing his remaining lightsaber, Maul put a hand forward and Grievous slid back a full three meters. Maul cocked a brow. Such a push would have sent any ordinary entity slamming into the door behind Grievous, yet Grievous barely budged.

His answer would have to wait, for in the split second he had to comprehend his metal opponent’s sturdiness, Grievous moved. Whirling blades of blue and green came at Maul like the mouth of a predator, ready to bite him in half.

Maul dropped flat-out on his back, the whirling plasma passing over his face so narrowly that he could smell the ozone. With a flex of his body, Maul flipped back to his feet and swung at Grievous’s back, only to be met with a pair of plasma blades. Grievous’s incredibly-quick electronic reflexes proved effective and he turned and parried Maul’s strike as though the Zabrak made it apparent that was his next move...and blocked his follow-up strike as well.

Grievous and Maul eventually locked blades, fiery-orange locking with reptilian gold, Maul’s now-exposed teeth grit together to form his face into something resembling a feral , snarling beast.

Maul quickly sprang back as Grievous’ lightsaber sprang up...just not quick enough. The green plasma didn’t injure him, but it didn’t leave Maul unscathed.

It cleaved through the center of his saberstaff, causing the crimson blade in his right hand to flicker out of existence. Only a made force-guided leap back prevented his life from ending right there. Maul reached into the force and the motionless body of a magnaguard picked itself up like a marionette and hurled itself at a now-charging Grievous…

A swipe of his arm and a clang of metal later, and the de-powered droid smacked off of Grievous’s forearm and clattered to the floor once again. Grievous swung once again to meet a crackle of crimson against blue, then advanced with his two other arms.

Oddly enough, Maul was holding up a lot better than he had thought. Grievous had once believed that, once reduced to one lightsaber, Maul would be a lot more vulnerable. Yet he was holding up just as well as before, the only difference being that he was mildly inconvenienced.

Maul reached into the Force again and something flew through the air. Reaching up, he caught it just as Grievous swung once more.

A bar of green ignited in time to save Maul from losing his head. The very lightsaber Grievous had dropped when he lost his hand was now in Maul’s possession. Grievous inwardly scowled, but didn’t dwell on it too long and advanced.

Maul seemed to switch tactics now that he had two separate sabers now instead of his traditional saberstaff. Before, Maul was a whirling disc of energy, making an occasional twist and leap with his weapon. Now he seemed a bit more steadfast, making more use of his lightsabers without so much as leaving the ground. He would twist and strike from the sides, but no longer seemed as acrobatic, most likely in caution against his mechanical adversary.

No matter. In just a few seconds, Grievous had the fighting style down and was already working fast on how to counteract it.

Then Maul surprised him.

Mustering as much Force Power as he could, Maul put forth his hand and Grievous, not expecting it now, flew all the way to the transparasteel viewports of the ship, his lightsabers falling from his grip in the process.

Grievous’s back hit the durasteel wall with an audible CLANG before he fell to the ground. To Maul’s surprise, he actually landed on the ground on all six of his limbs, making him resemble a giant, metallic insect of sorts. Rearing back to his feet, Grievous reached to his side, seized a control panel from underneath a now-dead Neimoidian and, with the sudden sound of screeching metal, ripped it from its base and hurled it at Maul.

The demonic-looking Sith charged for Grievous, jumping in mid-sprint and using a graceful flip to clear the metal projectile, which crashed in a shower of sparks behind him. Grievous acted fast and, just as Maul swung a lightsaber at him, a jolt spread through his left hand and the green lightsaber flew from his grip.

In Grievous’s own was an electrostaff, now alit with energy. To ensure that Maul wouldn’t try to return the saber to his grip, Grievous stepped on it with his four-taloned foot (not enough to crush his own trophy, though).

Maul’s snarl couldn’t have looked more bestial. Right now, he was at quite a disadvantage. Grievous’s electrostaff was longer than his lightsaber, meaning he could strike from beyond its reach. If he had his saberstaff, he’d be a little more comfortable with a more evenly-sized weapon, but such was not the case here.

Grievous spun his staff, electricity crackling through the air, then sprang at Maul and spun in a flurry of attacks. Maul parried and evaded, even striking at the staff’s middle in an attempt to even the playing field, yet the middle of the staff didn’t even have a scratch.

Maul cursed those phrik alloys: of the many things a lightsaber could cut, this staff would NOT be among them.

Grievous chuckled, then pushed away the saber’s blade and thrust with the staff, catching Maul in the midsection. Maul jolted in pain, but he had endured far worse forms of electrocution in the forms of Force Lightning. This would be nothing. Maul acted fast and swung his lightsaber at Grievous’s head only to see him back off narrowly enough to watch the blade pass over his eye.

Grievous’s reptilian eyes widened even further as Maul advanced faster and far more aggressive than before. He seemed to be everywhere at once, leaping and ducking around Grievous’s attacks and defenses like a demonic primate, the cyborg’s electronic reflexes being the only thing keeping up with him...barely. This was starting to get a little too close for comfort and any ordinary warrior would have fallen.

Too bad Grievous was no ordinary warrior.

When Grievous pushed Maul off, the two faced each other in a tense stand-off, waiting for the other to move.

Then Grievous decided to take his one leap of faith. He took the electrostaff up over his shoulder like a javelin and hurled it at Maul, who leaped over it and swung with his lightsaber.

Too bad Grievous hadn’t planned on hitting Maul.

The electrostaff hit the transparasteel viewport behind Maul and embedded its crackling tip deep into it, causing it to crack. Mentioned cracks, in the vacuum of space, meant that the viewport would not last long.

When Maul came down, Grievous leaned to his side so narrowly that he lost his right leg to Maul’s blood-red blade. Now on the ground like an insect, Grievous reared up on his remaining leg and, in a move that surprised Maul, he reached up and seized Maul by the throat with his remaining left hand. His twin right hands each seized Maul’s saber-hand by the wrist.

Then the viewport gave way and shattered. Maul’s formerly-feral expression quickly turned to one of realization that he had been suckered.

Both Kaleesh and Zabrak were sucked out into the empty void of space. Difference was that one could survive while the other couldn’t.

Maul’s mouth gaped as he tried breathing in the airless vacuum, but the force of mentioned vacuum was causing his face to bloat and his eyes to bulge from their sockets. Silently, Maul gasped and choked as his eyeballs finally couldn’t take anymore.

Blood burst from Maul’s eyes and any opening his face provided, his internal organs practically combusting from the sudden pressure. The Sith Assassin was no more.

Grievous, on the other hand, had little to fear from the vacuum of space. His body was more machine now than man, his synthskin gutsack protecting his organs from the pressure and his ability to survive long periods without oxygen meant that he could survive extended periods in the void.

Grievous didn’t witness all of the mess, for he knew his opponent was as good as dead now, and released Maul’s body (though he did nab the Zabrak’s blade) then reached forward and fired something from a compartment on his right forearm. A cable shot out and a grappling hook latched deep into the Malevolence’s hull. The cable then retracted, dragging Grievous through until he latched onto the metal hull and crawled about its surface like some sort of robotic parasite on a giant, metal leviathan.

Grievous eventually found a porthole, most likely used by droids for making repairs to the ship, and forced it open. He maneuvered inside and sealed it shut once more. When he touched down on the ground, his gaze fell on the handle in his hand. One hiss and crackle later and a blade the color of flame burst from his fist.

Another fine addition to the collection: the first Sith Lord he had personally killed.

K-o by Dimension-Dino


Steel: Well, sucks to be Maul right now.

Ray: This was actually very close. Grievous’s electronic reflexes are so fast that they actually prove a good match against Maul’s force perception and reflexes. Both had blow-by-blow counters in a duel, too. Maul is fierce but Grievous is cunning, Grievous is powerful but Maul is swift.

Steel: The difference laid in technique, experience, and fighting style. Maul is an attacker, not a defender, so his means of protecting from Grievous are a bit more limited than most. His lack of knowledge in Force Techniques (or flat-out refusal to use them) is one such key to defeat. The main reason Obi-Wan beat Grievous was because of the highly-defensive form of Soresu and that Obi-Wan is one of the most perceptive and Force-savvy Jedi of his generation.

Ray: Grievous is also a cunning and cruel strategist who is not afraid to use unorthodox and underhanded methods in a fight. In other words, if things look bad for him, he will use ANY methods to achieve victory, be it a tactical retreat or taking advantage of whatever is available to him.

Steel: Grievous is also made of tougher stuff than Maul. While cutting off an arm or leg will fill an organic entity with a heap-load of pain, Grievous can lose one and still keep fighting like nothing happened. Grievous also has a one-up of being analytical in battle, too, like the time he exchanged blows with Mace Windu and quickly adapted to his Vaapad style after a brief exchange.

Ray: And while defeating a crime syndicate single-handedly sounds admirable, Grievous has laid waste to entire squadrons of trained soldiers and once took on four or five Jedi masters, including Shaak-Ti, one of the most cunning Jedi in the order.

Steel: In the end, Grievous’s cunning, durability, and sheer cruelty blew Maul into orbit.

Ray: The winner is General Grievous.
Grievous Wins by Dimension-Dino

+More vicious fighter
+Can use the Force
+Actual Sith training
-Limited Force capability
-Not strategic enough to match Grievous
-Too aggressive a fighter

+Used to fighting Force Users
+Smarter and more tactical
+Cyborg body has advantages
+Not beneath underhanded tactics
+More weapons
+Knows when to tactically retreat.
It's a duel to the death between two of the biggest monsters in the pre-Empire Star Wars Universe.
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GiganX3 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2016
Nicely done, I loved it.
Sanokal Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2016  Student General Artist
I'm surprised. Grievous is my favorite villain out of the two but I expected Maul to win. Something of note is that they did eventually face off rather evenly.
Dark-Carioca Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2015  Student Digital Artist
It all depends if this is Grievous before or after his encounter with Mace Windu. Before, he slaughters Maul, he was dealing with several Jedi, most of them which were probably better than Maul. After, Grievous would get rekt really quickly. At that point he was getting worse and worse, to the point where mere padawans would give him trouble. 
ffejgao Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015  Student
One weakness Grievous had was his broken heart. Still, Maul wouldn't think to stoop to that level so no dice. Also, Grievous fought with Windu(you mentioned that) who is >>>Maul. Overall, one of my favorites. The prequels may not have everything about them good but they did have these two awesome characters!
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015
Actually, it was his lung, not his heart. That's why he has that cough in Episode 3.
Tony-Sheelal Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2015
I really like it. Well done. I agree with the outcome. ^^
CynderSnivy Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015
Yay! My fave villan wins!
the13throse Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2015  Hobbyist Writer…

I fucking loved this! Instant fave!

Also, my guy won again!OMG MOAR POEMS! 
darkruler64 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You did Grievous FAR more justice than most Star Wars writers. I appreciate that you didn't allude to Tartakovsky's Grievous, since he only wins when the plot demands it. I admit I was rooting for Maul, but this was a very believable fight. You would have been a good Star Wars novelist.
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015
Thanks. I take example from the best when it comes to fight scenes: Matthew Stover (check out his novelization of "Revenge of the Sith" if you haven't already).
darkruler64 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I have the entire Dark Lord Trilogy...Matthew Stover and James Luceno are incredible writers. My favorite however is Steve Perry, the creator of Shadows of the Empire. His ability to get into the minds of both the good guys and the bad guys astounded me when I first read it.
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015
Must remember to look into it. Sounds intriguing...
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Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2015
You're so reported and I have no sympathy for you.
xgdhyh2000 Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2015
since I was not here what happened
Jose-Ramiro Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I actually expected Grievous to win. 
maltron66 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2015
Did you actually read it?
Jose-Ramiro Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
asdfmovienerd39 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015
I can't be the only one thinking that one monster in Insidious looks suspiciously like Maul.
GodDragonKing Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014
That one was amazing. Can always count on Star Wars for awesome sword fight. Also nice seeing the levels of strategy they were both throwing in, gives a feel a lot like Captain America vs King Bradly, which was my favorite of your matches till Hulk vs Asura.
I wasn't sure about who would win. They both won and lost against Obi-Wan, they both have victories and defeats over other characters. Will definitely give props the ending. Also bit found it a bit amusing how Grievous was making an effort to avoid damaging the lightsabers so he could keep them as trophies.
MythKirby Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Student Artist
Looks like Maul got "Mauled" to death! But I do like General Grievous better than Darth Maul. Probably because I watched Star Wars:The Clone Wars and Grievous was a big part in that. 
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
Which Clone Wars cartoon? The 2-D or the most recent 3-D cartoon?
MythKirby Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Student Artist
3-D. It came out when I was in 4th grade. Now I feel all that nostalgia slapping me in the face. 
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
Maul is in that cartoon, too.
MythKirby Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Student Artist
I only watched Season 1 :/ And mostly remember Mr. Grievous out of all the villains. Probably because he was the most badass looking and hes my overall favorite Star Wars character. 
darthfomalhaut Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2014
Pretty cool read; interesting and nice to see some fan-made Death Battles.
Azurephantom321 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I was hoping grievous was going to win but my favors were leaning towards maul too and I'm confused did I get it right or not?
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014
Re-read it and you'll find the answer.
DarthWill3 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Man... This is no Death Battle like I've ever seen! I thought Maul was gonna win for sure! I mean, he prepared for his duel with Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon by checking the Theed plasma generator complex before they arrived. Plus, he could also use Dun Möch.

You should see the first issue of Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir for the real fight of Maul and Grievous.
mrguy22594 Featured By Owner May 31, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Well at least General Grevious in this battle is better than his whole character in the Star Wars Clone Wars (2008) series.
Soul-Blade22 Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Student General Artist
aw no Maul, you done goofed!!
Damn this fight was amazing...but I got a question: would the fight have ended differently if they were not in space? im just curious as I like to view all sides
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Oh, I'm sure Grievous would still pull some underhanded trick fitting for the environment.
Soul-Blade22 Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Student General Artist
eh true...sneaky bastard haha
Scholarly-Cimmerian Featured By Owner May 24, 2014

Okay, this was an amazing battle. I have to admit, I kind of admit that I expected Maul to win, but I'm happy to be wrong here. Seeing the General win was a nice surprise.
Rando666 Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
Wow, I'm surprised that I got this one right. Well at least Grievous has another saber for his collection. Great work as always and looking forward to the next.
sluglo Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Seems reasonable.
Water-Frez Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I really need to catch up on Star Wars lore. But this fight was awesome! I was leaning more towards Maul, but Grievious winning is a nice surprise!
VenomousCircusFreak Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Student General Artist
Quite a surprise for me, loved the ending
DarthHelios Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Huh, didn't see THAT ending coming, though it DOES make me wonder how much different the battle would have gone had they been on an oxygen rich planet.
Agimat-Warrior713 Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Personally, I was rooting for Maul, but the battle went to Grevious...

Oh well! It was STILL awesome!
JeffersonAirship Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
So what's next, incidentally?
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Good things come to those who wait.
JeffersonAirship Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
All the same, as always, great work. 
Wildgun-Edge Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Well... THAT was a damn fun fight!

A great sword duel between two of Star Wars' most popular! And Grievous' victory, while initially surprising, makes a lot of sense in hindsight, actually.
Dimension-Dino Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
Years of listening to Matthew Stover's "Revenge of the Sith" (which, in many ways, is superior to the movie) have paid off for me, haven't they?
Wildgun-Edge Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
Yes, they most certainly have, it seems... 

Also, Maul's death might have to go up there as one of the nastiest.
YoungSamurai18 Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Terraraptor Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Sweet. We can only hope Disney see's this a puts it in the next movie.
bhut Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Got to admit, I did not expect the general to win. Nevertheless, the battle was epic and Maul gave a good fight. Too bad that he lost, though.
Tohokari-Steel Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Well, the result was a surprise, to say the least, but still awesome, bro! Good job!
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