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==Season 3==
 
==Season 3==
   
===[[George Washington]] vs [[Napoleon Bonaparte|Napoleon]]===
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===Washingtion vs. Napoleon===
 
Napoleon arrives on a hill while George Washington is near trees. This is a combination of Napoleonic Europe and New England.
 
Napoleon arrives on a hill while George Washington is near trees. This is a combination of Napoleonic Europe and New England.
===[[Joan of Arc]] vs [[William the Conqueror]]===
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===Joan of Arc vs. William===
 
This episode was the first to test siege engines on structures and to reflect the tests, the simulated battle revolved around a castle siege scenario. A castle is owned by William [who owned many castles across England]. Joan is outside with improvised walls and shields to defend her cannoniers and archers. William commands his troops from on top of some stairs.
 
This episode was the first to test siege engines on structures and to reflect the tests, the simulated battle revolved around a castle siege scenario. A castle is owned by William [who owned many castles across England]. Joan is outside with improvised walls and shields to defend her cannoniers and archers. William commands his troops from on top of some stairs.
   
===[[US Army Rangers]] vs [[North Korean Special Operations Force]]===
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===US Army Rangers vs. North Korean Special Operations Force===
 
This battle is the first to be set up in a specific geographic location, the Korean Peninsula along the coast of North Korea. This also makes it the first battle to be set in a location that gives one of the warriors an advantage over the other, since the NKSOF are fighting on their own turf.
 
This battle is the first to be set up in a specific geographic location, the Korean Peninsula along the coast of North Korea. This also makes it the first battle to be set in a location that gives one of the warriors an advantage over the other, since the NKSOF are fighting on their own turf.
===[[Saddam Hussein|Saddam Hassein]] vs [[Pol Pot]]===
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===Saddam vs. Pol Pot===
 
An Iraqi town or city controlled by Saddam that Pol Pot invades. According to the show, both warriors had battles in city environments though Pol Pot does have an advantage in the jungle while Saddam would have an edge in this desert.
 
An Iraqi town or city controlled by Saddam that Pol Pot invades. According to the show, both warriors had battles in city environments though Pol Pot does have an advantage in the jungle while Saddam would have an edge in this desert.
   
===[[Crazy Horse]] vs [[Pancho Villa]]===
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===Crazy Horse vs Pancho Villa===
 
Takes place on wild west style plains and grasslands, a common image of cowboy films. Crazy Horse uses the tall grass to hide in while both warriors use the trees as cover.
 
Takes place on wild west style plains and grasslands, a common image of cowboy films. Crazy Horse uses the tall grass to hide in while both warriors use the trees as cover.
===[[FFL]] vs [[Gurkhas]]===
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===FFL vs Gurkhas===
 
A FFL camp near a light forest and guarded by light barbed wire fences and sandbags. This was neutral for both warriors, FFL who trained in the deserts and Gurkhas who lived in the high mountains. However this setup also complemented the battlefield tactics of both warriors featured in the show. The FFL defended their camp, giving the impression of their "active defense" tactics. While the Gurkhas attacked the FFL in the forest, representing their fights and ambushes against the Imperial Japanese Army in the jungles of Burma.
 
A FFL camp near a light forest and guarded by light barbed wire fences and sandbags. This was neutral for both warriors, FFL who trained in the deserts and Gurkhas who lived in the high mountains. However this setup also complemented the battlefield tactics of both warriors featured in the show. The FFL defended their camp, giving the impression of their "active defense" tactics. While the Gurkhas attacked the FFL in the forest, representing their fights and ambushes against the Imperial Japanese Army in the jungles of Burma.
   
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