View Poll Results: Hardest beast?

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  • Grasshopper Mouse

    64 55.65%
  • Tasmanian Devil

    51 44.35%
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    Members Garry Nelson's Left Foot's Avatar
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    Jul 2003

    ***WHC IX 2nd round: game 7***

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    Another intriguing match up. Neither have won the tournament or even made the final but both are very solid competitors who with the right backing could go all the way. Only one will be going to the quarter finals this year though. Who will it be?

    Grasshopper mouse

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    WHC IX performance:

    Group c: 2nd 27votes(18.88%)

    A relatively late entrant to WHC (his first appearance was in WHC VII) he nevertheless has gained a significant support base. It's easy to see why: ridiculously aggressive(to the point that it will cannibalise any other G.M it finds in its territory). They don't merely hunt, they stalk their prey which consists of anything from insects up to poisonous snakes and scorpions as well as other mice. They defend their huge (28 acres) territory with an unmatched ferocity and even find the time to howl like wolves while doing so. In short it's a cannibal mouse that eats poisonous beasts, will fight anything, howls like a madman and has an unmatched ferocity.


    Tasmanian Devil

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    WHC IX performance:

    Group E: 2nd 27 votes(23.28%)

    This little aussie ******* is tough as nails. He's small but very muscular, has great agility and speed, can climb and swim and will eat anything up to small kangaroos. He has been known to dig up the carcass of dead horses and will devour every part of a small mammal.


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