He knows he needs armor after he has learned how to use the sword.
Source: Manual of a Warrior of Light
Contributed by: Aart Hilal
A Warrior trusts other people because, first and foremost, he trusts himself.
He views life with tenderness and determination.
He is as wise as a serpent and as innocent as a dove.
A Warrior of the Light does not accept gifts from his enemy.
Often, warriors find their lives meaningless.
He is now walking from his dream.
Like the fighter, the Warrior is aware of his own immense strength; he never fights with anyone who does not deserve the honor of combat.
He remembers the five rules of combat set down by Chuan Tzu - faith, companions, time, space and strategy.
He rarely knows the result of a battle when the battle is over.
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