Deadliest Warrior Kilij vs Pig

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Cenk Tüneygök : Now imagine it's power combined with the momentum of the horse. Because that is what exactly kilij is designed for.

Alltimeboxing : Turks are very good at making swords

Gökhan Avcı : Here is the famous curved Turkish sword Katana is not the best in the world OK is a good sword katana The world's best sword is the sword of the Turks Katana is very much exaggerated Turkish sword lighter, sharper, more robust, more flexible, more balanced First and foremost is of very high quality steel used in construction, there are skill Has nothing to do with Iranians and Arabs göktürk to the origin of this sword goes up to even Turkish Hun time Chinese and Indians have taken this technology from the Turks I would argue that the Turkish sword, the sword is the best in the world

Joshua Hanks : Vegans are terrified

Ian Sterner : Katana? Is that fancy brand of toothpicks?

ejr23 : Damn!  The kilij makes the Espada Ropera and Scottish Claymore look like butter knives!

angelinaramon : When I first saw episode I was like holy shit that is scary brutal, but also just bad ass. Much respect to the Kilij sword.

Sasuke Uchiha : Oh baby that sword is a monster!

Austin Smith : Max's face at 0:13 was just priceless! XD

Frederick Shananaquet : The look on the guy's face at 0:13 lol

oktay Gönlüşen : Katana is moreeeee heavy and useless . You can't use a shield and katana toget her. Adn you can't use katana on horseback. And final katana is slower than Turkish kilic.

C. KARA : Beğendiniz mi atamın kılıcını :) . Biz Türkler savaşı sanata çeviren bir milletiz.

lakshen47 : Holy shit, yes you made a good sword once, get over yourself, Turkish people in the comments :O

Dogan Sinar : Yatagan and Kilij were meant for different sections of the army. According to the historical records, Yatagan were mostly used by Janissaries while Kilij were used by Turkic Cavalry 

5Mariner : I knew who would win the moment I saw that sword!

ArtyCat D : Watered. Steel. I believe it was the Magyars from the 8th and 9th centuries that introduced swords like these into Europe. These people were the Asiatic nomads that preceded the Mongols. Ottoman Turks: Kilij or Kilic. Yataghan was also popular. Persians: Simsir or Shamsir Indians: Talwar or Kastane Arabs: Scimitar. Saif was also used. Eastern Europe: Szabla Napoleonic: Mamluk sword Americanized: Sabre, though not as broad or curved as the above mentioned

Man of Steel : Demon Souls brought me here.

Koc yra : No sword is the best sword, There are good swords, But there isn't a clear winner, Against unarmored targets, cutting swords are wonderful, but against ones in armor, european ones would fare better

Eric Coldfire : I fucking love this sword.

dljprogun : 0:13 Max's face is so funny.

The Real Cr4fty : hungarian sword is similiar :)

El Turco : The Turkish root verb "kır-" means "to break" with the suffix "-inç" makes "kır-ınç" (instrument for breaking) becomes kılınç, then kılıç.

Hamza Changazi : Approved by Chinggis Khaan himself.

DistortionEngine : I'd hate to be the deadliest warrior janitor and have to clean up that mess every day

Byron Lee : Now THATS my kind of sword! I love scimitars!

Ian Sterner : Fuck weeaboos and their katanas

RaxuRangerking : Now THAT is how you make pork chops.

J Logan : Honestly it sails through the pig with no effort beibg a one handed blade while the katana needs two hands....id say the kilij surpasses the katana

rootex : Long and very brutal sword, only tall and strong people can carry such thing one handed not little mongoles. Much respect to turks for inventing such plain and aesthetic sword.

ִ : What an unfair match up, the pig had no chance!

Cardan011 : it is good weapon my people used it on turkish scum for centuries

Malinda Stadter : I miss the days when I could watch a video of a man slicing up a pig with a badass sword and have the comment section actually pertain to the video.

dialkia5 : Max's face is priceless

Pablito Clavito : 'murica

TheEmperor ofMan : Everything about Vlad is badass. Even his team is badass. Romanians, man. 

TheDeinonychus : This show's science may have been crap, but that scene was just awesome.

Nicholas Lehner : I think you got him...

Matthew Pulido : And that little piggy went wee, wee, wee, all the way to hell.

Alxan İsgəndərlı : ottoman sword

Intense Blowjob : Now imagine if it hit full armour 16th century knight.

Deez Nuts : This is the first sword that could rival the katana

Deniz Işıner Çayhan : Actually medieval Turkish warrior's uses morning star, horseman's mace, mace, flail and various bludgeoning weapons against armored targets. Just one type of kılıç(ç like ch) that called kulaklı used against armor. It's a cavalry weapon kind of you can use it while you ride horse really fast. It may cut head two pieces with helmet.( There should be 15 different kind of swords for different missions. One of that i know name is "kirmani", i dont know all of them. ) Also katana is more like blade than the sword. It's razor like sharp but its the warriors heart tooth, its effective but not like legends of it easily breakable.

Murti yakup : and used only one hand =)

Murti yakup : not only christians. and they were not sultans elite forces.. actually i didnt get what you meant by elite forces. btw janniseries werent the elite forces of the ottoman army but spahis(sipahi). plus there are the Delil(deli), azap and etc.

Undamaged : steak in the boot

Souzuke Sagara : a one handet sword and so powerful

Elizabeththegreatest : Is that cool or what?

jay chellath : he did not eat the rise to lift up 100 pound kannda sword ,forget the swing .

Eric Lauder : I can see why Vlad liked this thing.

Alex K : Why does everyone claim curved swords are bad at thrusting? They may not have as deep penetration on a straight forward thrust (although still enough to be deadly), but they can do a whole range of off-center thrusts that are impossible to do with a straight blade. They can be used to stab at a protected region by curving around a parrying blade or shield. The methods of thrusting are different, but still very effective.