What are your stats and what's the biggest animal you think you could fight one-on-one?
>don't lift, no exercise
>could probably kill a goose
>I have never been actually attacked by a dog
Bitch I had to pull two 40-pound dogs apart from each other once and I still have a fucking bite mark on my arm, and that dog loves me to death.
>functional strength (manual labor and grew up working on horse property)
Probably a full grown mountain lion. It'd fuck me up for sure and it'd be a close fight but I'd suplex that faggot into next year
>Work out 5 times a week
>Can manipulate about 600 pounds
>Trained in four different types of martial arts
I never thought about what kind of animal I could take out. What do you guys think? Maybe a small pack of coyotes?
>implying tiny manlet hands could fit around my wrists or stubby manlet legs could reach my ribs
You literally only come up to my shoulder, I could grab your head and cave your face in on my knee without even raising my leg that high
Just by virtue of my height and longer limbs I will always be stronger than you, you could maybe have a chance if I was a fat tub of lard and you were a roided up gym rat but since I'm not fat and I doubt your ripped thats how it's gonna work out
I'm sorry you're a manlet and got cucked by nature
can i use my smarts to trick the animal?
Depends on the area you live in. My room mate and I talk about this like 1x a week whenever we go on our hiking trips
There are realistically only a couple aggressive animals that a human could take on. Cougar and coyote. Either of those could be taken on. Bear, boar, javalina, wolf etc would fuck you up. The only large reptiles, gators and crocs would merc you. All the herbivores would probably stomp you too. Moose, elk, deer, bighorn, bison etc
I'm a complete casual, so I don't actually keep track of any of that. I just kinda work out until I'm tired.
The numbers are from fallen trees, heavy machinery and furniture I have moved about while working, so it's a general strength limit as opposed to a specific number crunch.
I once fought a reindeer buck. He charged me, but right before he reached me I flung a rock in his face. That scarred him real good, and he turned and ran away.
Fuck strength and size when you have opposable thumbs.
My main worry is my neck. His teeth could easily cut through my fingers too so I'd have to be careful about his mouth. Fore and hind claws would be flailing about and I'd probably get some serious lacerations. If he were to attack me first it would be a stalked surprise attack indefinitely. Males and females are both territorial and aggressive so I'll use the male which can top out around 200lb but realistically I'd encounter something around 140-180. I'd use my superior ability to stand on my hind legs and my opposable thumbs to grab him from the gut and just full blown body slam that fucker on his neck followed by some G&P. Knowing that mountain lions drag prey much larger than them I'd assume their neck muscles are relatively large so the G&P would be focused on the soft belly and the ribcage protecting his vitals. Hopefully he will die before I do