Shaka Zulu vs Julius Caesar. Epic Rap Battles of History Season 4. - playithub.net
Published: 2 years ago By: ERB
By: ERBPublished: 2 years ago
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[Filmed on a Canon C500 camera, and Canon Compact Cinema Zoom Lens]
▼ CAST ▼
Shaka Zulu: DeStorm Power
Zulu Warrior: Klarity
Julius Ceasar: Nice Peter
Roman Soldier: EpicLLOYD
▼ CREW ▼
Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist
EpicLLOYD, Nice Peter and Zach Sherwin
Song Produced by:
Nice Peter & Jose ""Choco"" Reynoso
Nice Peter and Jose ""Choco"" Reynoso
Beat Produced by:
Video Editing by:
Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, and Nice Peter
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Costume Designer/Art Director:
VFX and Compositing:
Andrew Sherman and Ryan Moulton
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- However, if you just consider the military forces, and tactics they used; while the Zulu's might be the best warriors in African history, and the fourth reserve to enter the battle a solid tactic, also the Romans used reserves, committed forces through signals and planned action. In the end, unarmored, tribal warriors, even excellent ones, were just the kind of opponent the iron-clad Roman Legion was designed and forged to beat.
- The Zulu's hide shields would be ruined by Pilum, turned heavy or torn, their stabbing spears would not find weak flesh, but segmentata plates or leather and chainmail, their center would be ground down by solid, shielded and formed cohorts, their horns blocked by auxiliary infantry, skirmishers or even encircled and ridden down by cavalry. Between archers, pilum, sword and plate, the pride of southern Africa would lie decimated and dead.
- To be blunt, the 25.000 Zulu that decimated the British rifles at Isandlwana would probably have been crushed by a single legion. No rifles that would jam from heat, no unarmored, loosely spread line to overrun, but be met by a solid wall of inflexible Roman might.
ps: please correct me if im wrong about this, also sorry if i've spelled something wrong.