Nick versus V
Words: In one corner: Nick Ryves, demon-person and Knife Nut extraordinaire.
(If his killer looks don’t get to you, his killer blades probably will.)
Ink: In the other: a deeply-thoughtful anarchist who likes reading, old movies, and dynamite.
Ink: And Tchaikovsky.
(Tchaikovsky is to this man what soap is to Fight Club.)
Words: V's got culture going for him, but culture doesn't mean much against knives.
Words: V fights mostly with ideas, which Nick doesn't care for.
Words: Also, when you think about it, Nick is an as-yet-undetermined reservoir of raw power.
Ink: Nick can conjure up storms.
Words: I don't think V can compete with that.
Ink: I think they'd have a wicked-awesome knife fight, and then Nick would skewer him with a sword.
Words: Well-played, V, but you can't take this one.
Ink: Better luck with the British Government.
Ink: This is a tangent, but I do wonder how Nick would respond to music. Music is pre-lingual in some senses, but it's also deeply emotional, which Nick is not.
Words: That does raise an interesting question. I think he wouldn't see the point.
Words: ...but I would pay so much money to see that knife fight.