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Who would win in a war?
Borg Collective vs Yuuzhan Vong
Both start of with 100,000 planets with 100,000,000 planets in this area to control 1% have life
They have 1 year before making contact
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I'm going give my view on who the victory would be. I think the Borg are going be victorious, just cause their ability assimilation and adapt. I'm going list some advantages each side

BORG
Adaption++++++++
Assimilation++++
Super weapons+++
Space combat+++

VUUZHAN VONG
Ship speed++++
Ground combat++
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84%
Borg Collective
84%
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16%
Yuuzhan Vong
16%

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