FANDOM


Crafty Criminals

Triads(Above left), Medellin Cartel (Bottom left), Al Capone (Top, Central), Jesse James (Bottom Central), The West Side Boys(Right)

The Crafty Criminals; Historys most

infamous cut-throats, from the 1760's to Today, vs. The Graphic Guerrillas; History's Irregular Warfare artists, from the 1960's to Today. WHO....IS....DEADLIEST?!?!?!?

WeaponsEdit

Long Range Triad's Type 56
Mid Range Medellin Cartel's Mini Uzi
Short Range Jesse James Colt Revolver
Special Al Capone's Brass Knuckles/Stiletto combo
Explosives The West Side Boy's L16 81mm Mortar

BattleEdit

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred Darkred Darkred Darkred Darkred


In his mansion, Pablo Escobar is haveing a meeting between a Triad who goes by the name of Yuan (because of all the money he makes) a West Side Boy named Nitro (because he is an expert on Explosives), Al Capone and Jesse James. He says "I know your all wondering why your here." to which Jesse adds "And I know that it an't for food, 'cause you've eaten all that!" and he, Yuan and Nitro laugh. Al responds by smacking Jesse on the head and says "Cut it out and listen or I will snap that cap gun of yours in half!" then Jesse jumps out of his seat and points his Revolver at Al shouting "Does this look like a toy to you?!?!?" and the two of them start to argue and Escobar shouts "SILENCE! Or the both of you will leave with Colombian Neckties." and they sit back down, with Jesse holding on to his throat. Escobar continues were he left off, "Anyway, your all here beacause I have an alliance I would like to discuss. Everyone here wants something; you, senor Yuan, you would want a cut of the Coca profits; you, senor Capone, you would like Eliot Ness to 'go away', if you catch my drift; you, senor Jesse, would like some help in finding targets with lots of money that are sitting ducks; and you, senor Nitro, would like more weapons and training for you and the rest of the West Side Boys. I can give you all this, but there is a catch; if I ask for your asstance, you must help, and visa versa." Meanwhile, as the rest of the criminals agree on this, we go over to the front gate, we see two Medellin Cartel thugs, with mini uzis and machetes on there backs, are keeping watch. Suddenly, they hear gun fire, and as they go to see what it is, two hands grab there machetes and slice there throats. As they fall down dead, we see the hand on the left belongs to a member of the Taliban and the one on the right, a member of the IRA. From out of the bush, we find out were the gun shots came from a member of the Khmer Rouge, along with a member of Pathet Lao and a Somali Pirate. The IRA freedom fighter says "I know that none of us like each other, but if this deal goes down, we may as well just shoot our selfs now." and they hed towards the mansion, minus the Taliban, who is going to place a mine, and wait until the time is ready. Just as the crooks are about to leave, Escobar, who is standing right in front of the window, is almost killed by gunfire from the Pathet Lao soldier's M3A1 "Grease Gun". Escobar picks up a mini uzi (which he has hidden in case of times like this) and kills the Pathet Lao soldier.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred Darkred Darkred Darkred

Yuan shouts "It's an attack!" and Jesse adds "YEE-HAW! Now that's more like it!" and they pick up there weapons. As both teams reach the stairs, the IRA fighter fires his AR15, hitting Yuan in the arm. When the IRA rebel reaches the top of the stairs, he runs into Jesse, who pulls out his Colt Revolvers and shoots all twelve bullets into the rebel's body, makeing him a rebel without a pulse. ;)

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred Darkred Darkred

Jesse chuckles at his achievement, he hears a gun cocking, and turns around to see the Khmer Rouge soldier pointing his TT-33 Pistol and smileing, a deadly sign in his line of work.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred Darkred Darkred

Yuan shoots the soldier in the head with his type 56 AK and spits on him.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred Darkred

Suddenly, the Somali Pirate stabs Yuan in the neck with his GrapplingHook.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred Darkred

Al Capone sees him and chase him into the front yard, and the pirate tires to stab Capone, but Capone stabs the pirate in the arm with his Stiletto, and punches the pirate in the face a few times and then stabs the pirate in the temple.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred

Al miss-steps and puts his foot on a patch of dirt, sets off the PMN mine, and blows him and the pirate to pieces.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas: Darkred

The Taliban fighter comes out and Nitro sees him. He aims his Mortar and blows the him to bits.

Crafty Criminals: Green Green

Graphic Guerrillas:

Escobar comes up from behind Nitro and Nitro says "What was that about those weapons?" and Escobar answers "You've got spunk kid. I like that..."

Winner: Crafty Criminals

Battle vs. Covert KillersEdit

MembersEdit

  • Triad: The earliest Triads were the resistance of the Manchu rule in China, during the Qing Dynasty. After the fall of the Qing Dynasty, the rebels became criminals. Today, the different Triads include, Wo Hop To, Sun Yee On and 14k. The various triads have from 50 to 500,000 members. Some of the Triad's most notorious crimes include counterfitting, and Black Market activities.
  • Medellin Cartel:The Medellín Cartel was an organized network of "drug suppliers and smugglers" originating in the city of Medellín, Colombia. The Cartel operated in Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Central America, the United States, as well as Canada and even Europe throughout the 1970s and 1980s. It was founded and run by Pablo Escobar together with the Ochoa Vázquez brothers Jorge Luis, Juan David, and Fabio.

During the height of its operations, the Cartel brought in more than $60 million per day. The total amount of money made by the Cartel was in the tens of billions, and very possibly the hundreds of billions of dollars. There were many "groups" during the Cartel's years, usually white Americans, Canadians or Europeans, organized for the sole purpose of transporting shipments of cocaine destined for the United States, Europe and Canada. While many "groups" were infiltrated and taken down by Federal agents and informers, a few were stumbled upon by authorities, usually due to some small misstep or careless behaviour by a member(s) of a particular "group".

Once authorities were made aware of "questionable activities", the group would be put under Federal Drug Task Force surveillance. Evidence would be gathered, compiled and presented to a Grand Jury, resulting in indictments, arrests and prison sentences, for those convicted. The number of Colombian Cartel Leaders actually taken into custody as a result of these operations, was very few. Mostly non-Colombians, conspiring with the Cartel, were the "fruits" of these indictments.

Most Colombians targeted, as well as those named in such indictments, lived and stayed in Colombia, or fled before indictments were unsealed. However, by 1993 most, if not all, Cartel fugitives had been imprisoned or hunted and gunned down by the Colombian National Police trained and assisted by U.S. Delta Force units and the CIA.

  • Jesse James:


Jesse Woodson James was born in Clay County, Missouri on September 5, 1845. During the Civil War, Union militia raided the James farm, looking for Jesse's older brother Frank, who was part of a pro-secessionist guerrilla group. The Union soldiers tortured Reuben Samuel, Jesse's stepfather, and, according to legend, Jesse as well. Jesse James later joined the Southern cause and was shot when trying to surrender after his group ran into Union calvary near Lexinton, Missouri. After the war, Jesse spent time recovering from his wound.

On February 13, 1866, the first daytime bank robbery in the United States during peacetime was conducted in Liberty, Missouri. It is unclear whether Jesse or Frank James took part, though both were credited as being the leaders. Jesse James did not become famous, however, until December 7, 1869, when the James brothers robbed the Daviess County Savings Association in Gallatin, Missouri. The robbery itself netted little money, but was notable for Jesse shooting the cashier, Captain John Sheets, mistakenly believing he was Samuel P. Cox, the militia officer who killed Confederate Captain William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson during the Civil War. James self-described act of revenge, along with the daring escape he and Frank made through a posse shortly afterword, put Jesse James in the newspapers for the first time and made him the most famous guerrilla turned outlaw.

Several years later, the James brothers joined Cole Younger and his brothers, along with several other former Confederates to form what came to be known as the James-Younger Gang. With Jesse as the public face of the group (though it is likely operational leadership was shared amongst the group), the gang carried out a string of robberies from Iowa to Texas, and from Kansas to West Virginia. They robbed banks, stagecoaches, trains, and a fair in Kansas City, often in front of large crowds.

On September 7, 1876, the James-Younger Gang attempted a raid on the First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota. After the robbery failed, the gang was forced to flee, losing two companions in the process. During the ensuing manhunt, the James brothers eventually split from the others and escaped into Missouri. The Youngers were captured and the rest of the gang were killed. Later in 1876, Jesse and Frank James surfaced in Nashville, Tennessee. Jesse recruited a new gang in 1879 and returned to crime. However, this new gang did not consist of battle-hardened guerrillas, and members soon turned against each other or were captured. Jesse became increasingly paranoid, shooting one member and scaring away another. With the authorities becoming increasingly suspicious, the brothers returned to Missouri in 1881. However, Frank decided to move to safer territory, heading east to Virginia later that year.

With his gang nearly annihilated, Jesse only trusted the Ford brothers, Charley and Robert, and insisted that they stay at his house to protect him and his family. However, James was not aware that Bob Ford had been conducting secret negotiations with Thomas T. Crittenden, the Missouri governor, to bring in the famous outlaw. On April 3, 1882, as the three men were preparing for another robbery, James noticed a dusty picture on the wall and stood on a chair to clean it. Bob Ford then shot him in the back of the head. The Fords made no efforts to hide their involvement (Bob Ford even wired the governor to claim his reward), and surrendered to authorities only to be told they were charged with first degree murder. In the course of a single day, the Ford brothers were indicted, pleaded guilty, and were sentenced to death, and two hours later were pardoned by Governor Crittenden.Jesse Woodson James was born in Clay County, Missouri on September 5, 1845. During the Civil War, Union militia raided the James farm, looking for Jesse's older brother Frank, who was part of a pro-secessionist guerrilla group. The Union soldiers tortured Reuben Samuel, Jesse's stepfather, and, according to legend, Jesse as well. Jesse James later joined the Southern cause and was shot when trying to surrender after his group ran into Union calvary near Lexinton, Missouri. After the war, Jesse spent time recovering from his wound.

On February 13, 1866, the first daytime bank robbery in the United States during peacetime was conducted in Liberty, Missouri. It is unclear whether Jesse or Frank James took part, though both were credited as being the leaders. Jesse James did not become famous, however, until December 7, 1869, when the James brothers robbed the Daviess County Savings Association in Gallatin, Missouri. The robbery itself netted little money, but was notable for Jesse shooting the cashier, Captain John Sheets, mistakenly believing he was Samuel P. Cox, the militia officer who killed Confederate Captain William T. "Bloody Bill" Anderson during the Civil War. James self-described act of revenge, along with the daring escape he and Frank made through a posse shortly afterword, put Jesse James in the newspapers for the first time and made him the most famous guerrilla turned outlaw.

Several years later, the James brothers joined Cole Younger and his brothers, along with several other former Confederates to form what came to be known as the James-Younger Gang. With Jesse as the public face of the group (though it is likely operational leadership was shared amongst the group), the gang carried out a string of robberies from Iowa to Texas, and from Kansas to West Virginia. They robbed banks, stagecoaches, trains, and a fair in Kansas City, often in front of large crowds.

On September 7, 1876, the James-Younger Gang attempted a raid on the First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota. After the robbery failed, the gang was forced to flee, losing two companions in the process. During the ensuing manhunt, the James brothers eventually split from the others and escaped into Missouri. The Youngers were captured and the rest of the gang were killed. Later in 1876, Jesse and Frank James surfaced in Nashville, Tennessee. Jesse recruited a new gang in 1879 and returned to crime. However, this new gang did not consist of battle-hardened guerrillas, and members soon turned against each other or were captured. Jesse became increasingly paranoid, shooting one member and scaring away another. With the authorities becoming increasingly suspicious, the brothers returned to Missouri in 1881. However, Frank decided to move to safer territory, heading east to Virginia later that year.

With his gang nearly annihilated, Jesse only trusted the Ford brothers, Charley and Robert, and insisted that they stay at his house to protect him and his family. However, James was not aware that Bob Ford had been conducting secret negotiations with Thomas T. Crittenden, the Missouri governor, to bring in the famous outlaw. On April 3, 1882, as the three men were preparing for another robbery, James noticed a dusty picture on the wall and stood on a chair to clean it. Bob Ford then shot him in the back of the head. The Fords made no efforts to hide their involvement (Bob Ford even wired the governor to claim his reward), and surrendered to authorities only to be told they were charged with first degree murder. In the course of a single day, the Ford brothers were indicted, pleaded guilty, and were sentenced to death, and two hours later were pardoned by Governor Crittenden.

  • Al Capone:

Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone was born on January 17, 1899 in Brooklyn, New York to Italian immigrants. He became involved with gang activity at a young age after being expelled from school at age 14. In his early twenties, he moved to Chicago to take advantage of a new opportunity to make money smuggling illegal alcoholic beverages into the city during Prohibition. He also engaged in various other criminal activities including bribery of public figures and prostitution. Despite his illegitimate occupation, Capone became a prominent public figure, making a number of charitable donations with money made from his endeavors, and was viewed as a "modern-day Robin Hood" by many.

However, public opinion turned against Capone when his involvement in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre became public. Although he was never brought to trial for this incident, Al Capone was eventually indicted of tax income evasion in 1931, and sentenced to 11 years in jail. He would spend most of the thirties serving his sentence in a number of prisons, most famously in Alcatraz from August 1934 to January 1939, and was finally paroled later that year. However, Capone's mental and physical health had severely deteriorated during this span as a result of neurosyphis, which he had contracted in his youth. Al Capone passed away on January 25, 1948 in Miami Beach, Florida after suffering a fatal cardiac arrest the previous day.

Many members of the group were children abducted after their parents had been killed by the "recruiters". Some of these children were forced to participate in torturing their parents to death in order to brutalise and dehumanise them. (See military use of children.) The West Side Boys were heavy users of homemade palm wine, locally grown marijuana, and heroin bought with conflict diamonds. Conflict diamonds were also used to purchase many of their weapons, which ranged from SLR rifles, AK-47 rifles and RPG-7 grenade launchers to 81 mm mortars and ZPU-2 anti-aircraft guns. Most of their vehicles were hijacked from UN food convoys. One of the hostages rescued during Operation Barras has also claimed that the West Side Boys were supplied with ammunition by corrupt Jordanian UN peacekeepers.

At the time that the West Side Boys were active, large areas of Sierra Leone were controlled by militias. However, there existed no proveable connections to the main rebel group in Sierra Leone, the Revolutionary United Front.

Frequently the subject of British media, due in part to their kidnapping of British soldiers and their flamboyant character, romanticised by the BBC's reporting language: "They were known for wearing bizarre clothing - women's wigs and flip-flops were favourites - and being almost perpetually drunk." (note: Info on Jesse James and Al Capone is from Deadliest Warrior Wiki, Info on The West Side Boys from Wikipeadia)

WeaponsEdit

Weapons the same as the ones above.

BattleEdit



RedRedRedRedRedCovert Killers

BlueBlueBlueBlueBlueCrafty Criminals

In a skyscraper in LA, Pablo Escobar, Al Capone, Jesse James, and a high-ranking member of the Triad are haveing a meeting. Meanwhile, a member of the West Side Boyz is on guard outside with a L16 81mm Mortar. Suddenly, a millitary helicopter lands on the roof! Jason Bourne, Frank Woods, Rico Rodriguez, John Martrix, and Mattias Nilsson jump out. They have been asked by the US Government to stop Escobar and the others. The West Side Boy sees the heli and destorys it with his mortar, but not before the others are able to take cover. Nilsson pulls out his RPG-7 and uses it to kill the West Side Boy.

BlueBlueBlueBlueCrafty Criminals

The Killers head down to the room where Escobar and the others are. Frank Woods throws a Flashbang in the room. In the confusion, Escobar fires his Uzi randomly, but doesn't hit anyone. Woods, on the other hand, kills him with his MP5K.

BlueBlueBlueCrafty Criminals

The Triad answers back by killing Woods with his Type 56.

RedRedRedRedCovert Killers

The Triad knocks down attackers with the butt of his rifle, so that he, Capone, and Jesse can escape. Jesse and Capone are able to get away, but Bourne is able to shoot the Triad in the back with his own assault rifle.

BlueBlueCrafty Criminals

The Killers decide to split up, Rico and Bourne go after Jesse, and John and Nilsson go after Capone. The first group tracks Jesse down to an employee lounge. Bourne walks in and is shot to death by the infamous bank robber.

RedRedRedCovert Killers

Rico then kills Jesse with his own sidearm.

BlueCrafty Criminals

Rico goes to find the others. Meanwhile, with the second group, John and Nilsson have found where Capone went. Nilsson goes into a dark room, but is stabbed by Capone.

RedRedCovert Killers

Capone charges at John. John throws some of his knifes, but they miss. They soon get into a fight, and it looks like Capone is going to win by beating John to a bloodly pulp. But then, he falls over. John looks behind him. Rico shot Al Capone in the eye.

Crafty Criminals

Rico and John silently sneak off.

Winner: Cover Killers



Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.