Trilogy of Fantasy Fish Battle: The Winner

Pick Your Winner

  • Aimara Wolffish

    Votes: 8 88.9%
  • Golden Dorado

    Votes: 1 11.1%

  • Total voters
    9

CristianV

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Within the past two threads, out of all the possibilities, it has been whittled down to two finalist.

The Aimara Wolfish
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The Golden Dorado

Place your bets on who would come out on top. Any experiences and knowledge will help us come to the conclusion, one fish left.
 
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Deadliestviper7

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Dorado, a wolf may have more impressive teeth but that counts little,dorado are faster and that counts in a fight,after all your weaponry counts for nothing if you cant use them
 

CristianV

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Dorado, a wolf may have more impressive teeth but that counts little,dorado are faster and that counts in a fight,after all your weaponry counts for nothing if you cant use them
Just because an aimara doesn’t patrol around doesn’t mean they aren’t fast. Calling them fast would be an understatement, a wolf can move. And wolfs have the attitude. The last fish you’d want to piss off.
 

Deadliestviper7

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Just because an aimara doesn’t patrol around doesn’t mean they aren’t fast. Calling them fast would be an understatement, a wolf can move. And wolfs have the attitude. The last fish you’d want to piss off.
They are decent in a lunge,but they don't have the stamina,but a dorado does
 

moe214

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Wolves are ambush predators where as dorados live in open water. Different types of speed. Wolves are explosive but dorado wins the marathon so to speak. Ime no matter how fast a fish is, if a wolf wants it enough it'll get it somehow. But can't say I've kept a dorado, just read a lot on them. I know smaller wolves that live in waters with piranhas are said to bury their rear end so the p's can only deal with the business end, not sure if aimara do something similar if given the chance, if so my money is on aimara. Open water on the other hand, not sure. 30"+ aimara might have it. I can't say I know anything though.
 
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nzafi

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I just posted a new thread of a guy with a giant tank that has pretty much all the fish in your list except aimara. His dorado just got taken out. Now I believe it was smaller but it got taken out.

These things will always be a toss up and come down to luck.
 

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I just posted a new thread of a guy with a giant tank that has pretty much all the fish in your list except aimara. His dorado just got taken out. Now I believe it was smaller but it got taken out.

These things will always be a toss up and come down to luck.
To some extent all fights are a toss up
 

Deadliestviper7

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Perhaps people who are able to do so,should find pics and videos of aimara and dorado attacking other fish?
 

moe214

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I just posted a new thread of a guy with a giant tank that has pretty much all the fish in your list except aimara. His dorado just got taken out. Now I believe it was smaller but it got taken out.

These things will always be a toss up and come down to luck.
That's what I was trying to get at in his original post. To many variables to really say it'll always go one way, so it won't. You have the specific specimens attitude to take into account, sizes, who's being introduced to who's territory, tank
Size, cover or not etc
 
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