Submitted to us by Mad Mike Schaust, this battle pits two massive warriors against one another in a brutal brawl to the death! In an interesting twist, this also turns out to be a battle of good against evil. Our first fighter is Elendil the Tall, of Tolkien lore. Father of Isildur and one of the few Numenorians to survive the downfall, Elendil sailed to Middle-Earth where he founded the kingdoms of Gondor and Arnor. He was among the tallest of the surviving Numenorians, standing at nearly 7 feet, 11 inches. As a warrior he was strong and swift, wielding the dwarf-forged sword Narsil with masterful skill. Such was his ability that alongside his friend Gil-Galad, Elendil was able to temporarily defeat Sauron’s physical form. As a king, he was wise and just, and Elendil is remembered as a hero among the common people. The second fighter for this battle is Ser Gregor Clegane, from the Song of Ice and Fire series. Known as the Mountain that Rides, Gregor is freakishly big, standing nearly 8 feet tall and weighing over 30 stone, which translates to around 420 pounds! Practically all muscle, Gregor goes into battle clad in the heaviest plate armor, wielding a large shield in one hand and a massive 6 foot long greatsword in the other. Regarding his temperament, he is a villain of the worst sort; Gregor is a man of violent disposition, prone to savagery, rage, and brutal self-indulgence. None can deny that if these two should meet, a fierce battle to the death is the only foreseeable outcome. The only question that remains is who would win that battle? Elendil the Tall or the Mountain that Rides?