Re: •°o*Ye Olde Castle vol.19
A true warrior is someone who strives to be the best they can be at all things (living life to its fullest) and not necessarily as someone who has prowess in the physical/martial arts of battle, but also in the arts of the psychological, mental and spiritual so that one may have the discipline to change our own behaviour to that of living honourable and in a sacred manner.
A person who lives with honour is noble.
A warrior is someone who lives to a strict code of honour AND lives life to the fullest in full awareness and without fear of the unpredictable nature of life and of the constant presence of death.
Death is not to be seen as something to be feared but only another part of the journey and therefore as with all things it is to be faced with honour.
in the Castle we draw inspiration from the great King Leonidas who has achieved immortality by his true warrior spirit that he showed for his country and his people.
one of his inspiring quotes for all ages:
"In the end, a warrior's true strength is the warrior next to him. So give respect and honor to him, and it will be returned to you. First, you fight with your head."
here is a list of our great Castle's Warriors:
Lead Warrior, All Infantry Units
the Supreme Commander of the armies of the North
the Supreme Commander of the armies of the South
the Supreme Commander of the armies of the West
the Supreme Commander of the armies of the East
the Supreme Air Force Commander of the Southern Skies
the Supreme Air Force Commander of the Northern Skies
General Bonnie the Cat
the Supreme Air Force Commander of the Western Skies
Supreme Commander of the Marine Forces, Northern Front
Supreme Commander of the Special Forces, Southern Front
Supreme Commander of the Special Forces, Northern Front
Supreme Commander of the Special Forces, Eastern Front
Supreme Commander of the Special Forces, Western Front
Commander of Naval Forces, Southern front
Freelancer and Consultant of General habibko of the North
Commander of Naval Forces, Northern front
“The goal, when I took my break of six months, was doing this for the next couple years, not just for one tournament, I understand people who say, ‘Oh, this would be a perfect moment to go.’ But I feel like I’ve put in so much work, and I love it so much, and I still have so much in the tank.”
Last edited by habibko; 11-11-2009 at 09:37 AM.