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    Default The Expendables vs a Alien Queen (Xenomorphs)

    Can they kill one?

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    Since the OP hasn't stated any circumstances or conditions, thus rendering this a default match, the answer is yes. The Expendables standard gear includes enough firepower and explosives to do the job and the fact they start out in the Arena with a 100 feet between them means they'll definitely get a chance to get a bunch of shots off before the Queen gets within melee range of any of them.

    They'll definitely take casualties since I don't think their initial shots will put her down quick enough to avoid that but the Queen will end up dying in the end.
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    for all of her size she is NOT a fast mover. a couple of the Expendables can stand point and lay down some fire while the others back up a ways and repeat that process. sure, she'll get a couple of them... but it would be impossible for her to kill them all. and any single member of the team has enough lethal fire power to take out the Alien Queen. so, while not a curbstomp by any means, there's no way the Expendables are losing this. they've got numbers, attack range, and are in a large open space called Khazan Arena where the queen has absolutely no options apart from bum rushing them and getting killed or running away and getting killed.

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    How does the Alien Queen handle shots from an AA-12 automatic shotgun? Because that's what Hale Caesar carries into battle. And if we include all Expendables in this, including the dead, then they have a sniper in Billy "The Kid".
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