History Film / TheWarriorsWay

14th Aug '17 8:27:12 PM foxley
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%%* RetiredBadass: [[spoiler:Ron.]]

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%%* * RetiredBadass: [[spoiler:Ron.]][[spoiler:Ron]], hiding in plain sight.



* RetiredOutlaw: [[spoiler: Ron]], who is now trying to live out the rest of his days anonymously in the town of Lode.

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* RetiredOutlaw: [[spoiler: Ron]], who is now trying Ron]] was once an outlaw, using his great skill to live out rob banks and trains. His criminal career ended when the rest of his days anonymously in the town of Lode.woman he loved was shot during a gunfight, and he vowed to never pick up a gun again.



%%* SoftspokenSadist: The Colonel.
%%* SteppingStoneSword

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%%* * SoftspokenSadist: The Colonel.
%%* SteppingStoneSword
Colonel, who delights in rape murder but almost never raise his voice.
* SteppingStoneSword: The Colonel thrusts at Lynne; missing her and getting his sabre stuck in the wall. Lynne uses his sabre as a step to retrieve her own sword, which is stuck higher up in the wall.
14th Aug '17 8:21:53 PM foxley
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%%* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks

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%%* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: Yang does it while battling the ninjas in the laundry. But Yang is The Greatest Swordsman In The World. Ever.
14th Aug '17 8:19:27 PM foxley
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%%* RetiredOutlaw: [[spoiler: Ron]]

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%%* * RetiredOutlaw: [[spoiler: Ron]]Ron]], who is now trying to live out the rest of his days anonymously in the town of Lode.
14th Aug '17 8:16:55 PM foxley
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%%* RetiredGunslinger: [[spoiler: Ron]]

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%%* * RetiredGunslinger: [[spoiler: Ron]]Ron]] turns out to be the surprise version (although not so much of a surprise to anyone who saw the cover of the DVD).
14th Aug '17 7:31:25 PM foxley
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%%* WhipItGood

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%%* WhipItGood* WhipItGood: Both the Colonel and one of his henchmen display expert skill with a bullwhip. The Colonel wraps the lash around Ron's before [[WhatADrag dragging him through the town behind his horse]]. The henchman uses it to yank Lynne's feet out from under her during the fight in the Colonel's room.
14th Aug '17 7:28:09 PM foxley
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%%* GatlingGood

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%%* GatlingGood* GatlingGood: The Colonel's men have at least two miniature Gatling guns that they use to devastating effect against the Sad Flutes.



%%* WhatADrag: The Colonel does this to Ron.

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%%* * WhatADrag: The Colonel does this to Ron.Ron, dragging him behind his horse along the main street.
5th Jun '17 11:14:51 AM JamesAustin
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* FollowTheLeader: to ''Film/NinjaAssassin'', down to the casting of a Korean idol (Jang Donggun from ''Film/ThePromise'').
3rd Apr '17 12:08:14 AM overman2099
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* NonSpecificallyForeign: It's never specified or clear where Yang comes from. He's played by a South Korean, uses a Japanese sword, and his name is most likely Chinese. The citizens of Lode seem to assume he's Chinese since he works in the laundry business, an occupation which was filled mostly by Chinese laborers in that time era.

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* NonSpecificallyForeign: It's never specified or clear where Yang comes from. He's played by a South Korean, uses a Japanese sword, and his name is most likely Chinese. The citizens of Lode seem to assume he's Chinese since he works in the laundry business, an occupation which was filled mostly by a lot of Chinese laborers in that time era.
3rd Apr '17 12:07:33 AM overman2099
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* NonSpecificallyForeign: It's never specified or clear where Yang comes from. He's played by a South Korean, uses a Japanese sword, and his name is most likely Chinese. The citizens of Lode seem to assume he's Chinese since he works in a the laundry business, an occupation which was filled mostly by Chinese laborers in that time era.

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* NonSpecificallyForeign: It's never specified or clear where Yang comes from. He's played by a South Korean, uses a Japanese sword, and his name is most likely Chinese. The citizens of Lode seem to assume he's Chinese since he works in a the laundry business, an occupation which was filled mostly by Chinese laborers in that time era.
3rd Apr '17 12:07:11 AM overman2099
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* NonSpecificallyForeign: It's never specified or clear where Yang comes from. He's played by a South Korean, uses a Japanese sword, and his name is most likely Chinese. The citizens of Lode seem to assume he's Chinese

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* NonSpecificallyForeign: It's never specified or clear where Yang comes from. He's played by a South Korean, uses a Japanese sword, and his name is most likely Chinese. The citizens of Lode seem to assume he's ChineseChinese since he works in a the laundry business, an occupation which was filled mostly by Chinese laborers in that time era.
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