Imagine this: we're facing a dangerous threat to the world (any world!). Maybe it's a villainous plan to destroy us all, maybe it's a natural disaster, perhaps it's even the threat of nuclear power - that's for you to decide. Then, once you've defined what we're facing, choose 2 teams from any faction, any universe, any genre to combine forces and face that threat together. The catch - there is only room for one happy ending. So, let the battle begin and let's see who comes out the victor! --Moviepilot.com
Jurassic World, also known as LV-683, is out of contact with its parent company, Weyland Yutani. Ever since issues with the theme park on Earth necessitated its sale to Weyland Yutani, the entire operation was moved to a typical "shake and bake" colony in a nowhere sector. The scientists of Jurassic World (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Weyland Yutani) create extinct dinosaurs on a world far removed from Earth. An entire dinosaur world on another world entirely. In addition to being a huge, planet-wide dinosaur theme park, preserve, and money-maker for the Company, the geneticists of Jurassic World also create biological weapons for the Colonial Marines, namely intelligent and vicious velociraptors and T-Rexes. It has been several weeks since the workers, scientists and tourists have contacted anybody off-planet. The Company executive in charge, John Hammond VIII, decided to keep the profit margins to himself and not notify his corporate bosses. He does what any good up and coming junior Company executive does: he sends in the marines.
Team 1: The Colonial Marines are a corporate-owned army with superior firepower, ready to go to war on any planet that the Company owns.
As an added precaution, Colonial Marine High Command sends a outdated law-enforcement robot that the Company procured from another subsidiary, Omni Consumer Products: the ED-209. Equipped with massive machine guns and rockets and faulty programming. Why not?
Team 2: Predators. The Predators are "an extraterrestrial species characterized by their hunting of other dangerous species for sport and honor...The Predators stalk and kill their prey using a combination of highly advanced technology (Xenopedia.com)." In their never-ending quest for better and more intelligent game, the Predators set a course for Jurassic World with several hunter initiates. These Hunter initiates don't use energy-based weapons for all their killing and tend to rely on blades and stabbing weapons. More of a fair fight.
VS THE DINOSAURS OF JURASSIC WORLD
The Colonial Marines land on Jurassic World, armed to teeth, to find no humans. The disaster we're facing: LIFE HAS FOUND A WAY. Worst case scenario is that the escaped dinosaurs essentially took over the planet, eliminating scientists, Park workers, and tourists that stand in its way. A Tyrannosaurus Rex destroyed the Marine's dropship on the tarmac, mistaking it for an enemy. No escape off the planet for two weeks. The Predators land safely and stealthily, cloaked from prying human eyes. Time to hunt.
Between the Predators and man-eating dinosaurs, the Colonial Marines stand no chance at surviving. However, both man and dinosaur manage to kill several Predators, which just made them more interesting.
The ED-209 unit had great success in killing velociraptors hunting in packs. However, the Predators are way too fast, agile and crafty to get killed by a robot that can't go down stairs. Because it is a non-living machine, there is honor in destroying it with an energy blast from a cloaked Predator.
Eventually, the Marines and Predators come to an understanding that in order for all of them to survive on Jurassic World, they may have to work together. It's Jurassic Park with guns, knives and aliens.
The environment of Jurassic World with killer dinosaurs running wild, even teaming up with a team of Predators, prove to be too much for the Colonial Marines. They are only human, after all. The Predators prove their skill and honor in a deadly game preserve. And dinosaurs are merely practice for experienced hunters like the Predators. It was a worthy endeavor, with Predators collecting both human and dinosaur trophies. Jurassic World, AKA LV-683, is written off as an expensive failure by John Hammond VIII. He even gets a bonus. However, with all the Predator, dinosaur and human blood lying around Jurassic World and Weyland Yutani still an operational Company (with advanced genetics labs on other Worlds, I might add), might a sequel come into play?
What do you think? Good battle?