Werewolf vs Sasquatch Fight
Werewolf vs Sasquatch
One requested fight is two of fiction's greatest unknown creatures,
the elusive sasquatch of the American northwest, and the vicious werewolf of mythology. The werewolf can take two forms, of a human or of a part-man, part-wolf creature that stands over 6 feet tall and has long claws. The sasquatch stands approximately 7 feet tall meaning that it has a very large reach with its heavily muscled arms and is very dangerous from a distance. Both animals
have reputations for being able to move very fast, climb well, and be incredibly dangerous in physical encounters.
In a fight, the werewolf must be in wolfman form to have any chance of being able to stand up to a sasquatch. The sasquatch is too big and fast to not simply crush any human. In wolfman form there will be a big struggle between them. The sasquatch will need to be able to stay agile and move and out of the wolf'
s reach unless it can pin one or both of its arms quickly. The raking claws of the werewolf will instantly inflict deep searing wounds in anything that it connects with.
This time, the sasquatch starts at a distance and must first wade into the werewolf and try to pin one or both of its arms. It is up to chance if the werewolf will connect with one of its big swings while the sasquatch does this. The sasquatch does get in without being clawed too much, and grabs the werewolf by one arm and fo
rces it towards the ground. The werewolf still has its strong wolf jaws though and another arm free, and rakes at the back of the sasquatch. The sasquatch roars in pain and rears back suddenly, and the werewolf is able to get its bearing and bite at the sasquatch. The sasquatch hangs on though and breaks the arm of the werewolf that it has been pinning. The werewolf is in a haze and swings at the sasquatch again but it is still on the ground an
d not very effective. The sasquatch can then easily kill the maimed werewolf and move on.