Legendary Warrior

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Swordmasters Of The Ginaz - Prequels - Origins of The Swordmasters
... Zon Noret died in a training accident, he charged his son Jool Noret to become the most legendary warrior of Ginaz history ... The style also included advanced fighting techniques for and against warriors protected by personal shields - a fact that probably kept this martial-arts style alive long after fighting thinking-machines ceased to ... Jool Noret's reluctance to bask in fame or accept students, more and more young warriors came flocking in response to the reputation and fame his heroic exploits have gained him ...
Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 501–1000
1904 OT Friend of the discoverer 544 Jetta 1904 OU Jetta, legendary figure of Heidelberg 545 Messalina 1904 OY Messalina, Roman empress 546 Herodias 1904 ... Clara 1907 ZY One of the discoverer's housekeepers 643 Scheherezade 1907 ZZ Scheherazade, legendary Arabic storyteller in 1001 Nights 644 Cosima 1907 AA Cosima Wagner ... polar explorer 877 Walküre 1915 S7 The Valkyries, mythological German warrior women ( has no explanation) 878 Mildred 1916 f Mildred, daughter of American astronomer Harlow ...

Famous quotes containing the words warrior and/or legendary:

    By many a legendary tale of violence and wrong, as well as by events which have passed before their eyes, these people have been taught to look upon white men with abhorrence.... I can sympathize with the spirit which prompts the Typee warrior to guard all the passes to his valley with the point of his levelled spear, and, standing upon the beach, with his back turned upon his green home, to hold at bay the intruding European.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    By many a legendary tale of violence and wrong, as well as by events which have passed before their eyes, these people have been taught to look upon white men with abhorrence.... I can sympathize with the spirit which prompts the Typee warrior to guard all the passes to his valley with the point of his levelled spear, and, standing upon the beach, with his back turned upon his green home, to hold at bay the intruding European.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)