History It / CavaliereSanguinario

5th Jan '13 2:04:36 PM ImpaledJanus
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The vast majority of Blood Knights are {{Badass}} {{Determinator}}s, although not all of them are. It's more about liking fighting than actually fighting.

If there's a whole society of guys like him, you've got a {{Proud Warrior Race|Guy}}. If the character likes the 'killing' part more than the 'fighting' part, they're a PsychoForHire. The EgomaniacHunter also thrives on aimless violent thrill and loves a worthy quarry instead of opponent. If a character is in it for the challenge rather than just the fight, then we've got a SpiritedCompetitor. The Blood Knight's love of combat may be platonic, or it may have [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence sexual undertones.]] It also may overlap with AxCrazy if their love of fighting crosses the line into psychotic violence and instability.

SubTrope of InHarmsWay. SisterTrope to CombatSadomasochist, TheRealMan, and BoisterousBruiser. Compare CavalierCompetitor. May be from a MartyrdomCulture and will often believe that WarIsGlorious. As a rule they are just about always NotAfraidToDie and they all believe WarIsGlorious.

A MonsterKnight has a high chance of being one.

Oh, and just in case it wasn't clear, the character doesn't have to be a literal knight for this trope to apply. It is about the attitude, not the rank.

If you're looking for a person who uses blood to kick ass, try BloodyMurder.

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The vast majority of Blood Knights are {{Badass}} {{Determinator}}s, although not all of them are. It's more about liking fighting than actually fighting.

If there's
La maggior parte dei Cavalieri Sanguinari è fatta di {{It/Detarminator}} {{It/Cazzut|o}}i, ma non tutti, visto che il personaggio riguarda più l'amare il combattere che il combattere stesso.

Se esiste un'intera società di persone simili, è una It/RazzaDiFieriGuerrieri. Se il personaggio ama la parte dell''uccidere' più di quella del 'combattere', allora è uno It/PsicopaticoAPagamento. Il It/CacciatoreEgotista vive di violenza senza scopo e ama una buona caccia invece di uno sfidante. Se il personaggio ama la sfida più della battaglia, è un It/ArdenteCompetitore. L'amore per il combattimento potrebbe essere platonico, o avere [[It/InterazioneTraSessoEViolenza connotati sessuali]]. Può sovrapporsi
a whole society of guys like him, you've got It/PazzoFurioso se l'amore per la battaglia porta a {{Proud Warrior Race|Guy}}. If the character likes the 'killing' part more than the 'fighting' part, they're follia e violenza.

It/SottoTropo di It/AmanteDelPericolo. It/TropoFratello di It/CombattenteSadomasochista, It/IlVeroUomo e It/GuerrieroCasinista. Affine
a PsychoForHire. The EgomaniacHunter also thrives on aimless violent thrill and loves a worthy quarry instead of opponent. If a character is in it for the challenge rather than just the fight, then we've got a SpiritedCompetitor. The Blood Knight's love of combat may be platonic, or it may have [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence sexual undertones.]] It also may overlap with AxCrazy if their love of fighting crosses the line into psychotic violence and instability.

SubTrope of InHarmsWay. SisterTrope to CombatSadomasochist, TheRealMan, and BoisterousBruiser. Compare CavalierCompetitor. May be from a MartyrdomCulture and will often believe that WarIsGlorious. As a rule they are just about always NotAfraidToDie and they all believe WarIsGlorious.

A MonsterKnight has a high chance of being one.

Oh, and just in case it wasn't clear, the character doesn't have to be a literal knight for this trope to apply. It is about the attitude, not the rank.

If you're looking for a person who uses blood to kick ass, try BloodyMurder.
It/CompetitoreCavaliere. Potrebbe venire da una It/CulturaDelMartirio e crederà spesso che It/LaGuerraEGloriosa. Di regola sono It/SenzaPauraDiMorire.

Ah, ricordiamo che non è necessario che il personaggio sia un cavaliere. Deve però essere sanguinario, amare la lotta.

Se state cercando la persona che usa il sangue per uccidere, andate su It/AssassinioSanguinolento.



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5th Jan '13 1:49:20 PM ImpaledJanus
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--> -- '''[[http://magiccards.info/rv/it/3.html Cavaliere Nero]]''', ''ItGiochiDaTavolo/MagicLAdunanza'' [[labelnote:wut]] Ironicamente , il It/TestoDiColore del It/PadrinoDelTropo [[http://magiccards.info/pc/it/115.html Cavaliere Sanguinario]] non è altrettanto evocativo, ma funziona.[[/labelnote]]

WarIsHell? Not for this guy.

Fighting is everything to the Blood Knight. He lives for it. He might deliberately disadvantage himself in order to make fights last longer, and loves to reveal that [[IAmNotLeftHanded he is not left-handed]]. It's not so much winning or losing, morality, the motives of his allies, or even [[GlorySeeker the glory]], that drives this guy so much as the opportunity for a good fight.

He can be heroic or villainous. If heroic, he will frequently be TheBigGuy in an ensemble, the character most likely to solve his problems by force of arms, and he might make the less violent members of the crew a little nervous, especially if he goes off on a [[BerserkButton hair trigger]]. If villainous, he has a good chance of being a WorthyOpponent, since he doesn't want to defeat the heroes, necessarily, just fight them. He might affect a HeelFaceTurn if he can find someone [[DefeatMeansFriendship tough enough to beat him]], or simply drop everything to [[StalkerWithACrush pursue and obsess]] over his [[FoeYay foe.]] However, sometimes, this trait may not be benevolent trope as some {{Big Bad}}s and their [[TheDragon right hand men]] or villains in general are either [[CardCarryingVillain your devoted villain]] or worse who will do [[MoralEventHorizon do all kinds of horrible things]] to trigger his opponent's BerserkButton enough to fight seriously and give them a challenge.

Personality-wise, he can be a FlatCharacter (and quite possibly DumbMuscle) which just shouts [[{{Warhammer40000}} "Maim ! Kill ! Burn!"]], or, if he's a little more sophisticated/developed, he can be a WarriorTherapist, WarriorPoet or even a GeniusBruiser, but the latter cases are more rare. He might be a [[BoisterousBruiser normal, jocular guy]] when he's not brawling, or he might take the fight so seriously that [[TheStoic he blocks out everything else]]. In some cases, the Blood Knight fights because he's [[DeathSeeker looking for a way to die with meaning]]. Many Blood Knights WouldNotShootACivilian, though often, it's because a civilian will not give a good fight. This is not always the case though; if the person is less moral they will specifically target the innocent in order to make their real target want to fight them.

A common version found in Eastern fiction is the Wandering Martial Artist, who [[WalkingTheEarth travels around the world/country]] looking for strong opponents to test his skills against. Luckily, this might be coupled with love of only ''specific'' fights such as a fair duel, meaning he is not otherwise a particularly violent man.

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--> -- '''[[http://magiccards.info/rv/it/3.html Cavaliere Nero]]''', ''ItGiochiDaTavolo/MagicLAdunanza'' [[labelnote:wut]] [[labelnote:*]] Ironicamente , il It/TestoDiColore del It/PadrinoDelTropo [[http://magiccards.info/pc/it/115.html Cavaliere Sanguinario]] non è altrettanto evocativo, ma funziona.[[/labelnote]]

WarIsHell? Not for this guy.

Fighting is everything to the Blood Knight. He lives for it. He might deliberately disadvantage himself
It/LaGuerraEInferno? Non per lui.

Combattere è tutto per il Cavaliere Sanguinario. Vive per la guerra. Potrebbe volontariamente partire
in order to make fights last longer, and loves to reveal that [[IAmNotLeftHanded he is not left-handed]]. It's not so much winning or losing, morality, the motives of his allies, or even [[GlorySeeker the glory]], that drives this guy so much as the opportunity for a good fight.

He can be heroic or villainous. If heroic, he will frequently be TheBigGuy
svantaggio per far durare la battaglia di più, e ama rivelare che [[It/IoNonSonoMancino non è mancino]]. I motivi che lo muovono non sono perdere o vincere, gli scopi dei suoi alleati, neanche la [[It/CercatoreDiGloria la gloria]], ma solo l'opportunità di una bella sfida.

Può essere eroico o dei cattivi. Se eroico, sarà frequentemente It/IlForzuto del gruppo, il personaggio che risolve più spesso i problemi con la forza, e potrebbe rendere i più deboli della ciurma leggermente nervosi, specialmente se ha [[It/PulsanteBerserk una pessima tempra]]. Se parte dei cattivi, c'è una buona possibilità che sia un It/DegnoAvversario, visto che non vuole necessariamente la sconfitta degli eroi, solo combatterli. Potrebbe fare un It/HeelFaceTurn nel caso trovi qualcuno [[It/SconfittaUgualeAmicizia che sia
in an ensemble, the character most likely to solve his problems by force of arms, and he might make the less violent members of the crew grado di sconfiggerlo]], oppure lasciar perdere tutto il resto e dedicarsi alla vita da It/StalkerInfatuato del suo [[It/NemicoYay Nemico]]. A volte questo tratto non è un tropo benevolo, visto che alcuni [[It/ILCattivo Cattivi]] e i loro [[It/IlDrago bracci destri]], così come altri cattivi che tendono a little nervous, especially if he goes off on a [[BerserkButton hair trigger]]. If villainous, he has a good chance of being a WorthyOpponent, since he doesn't want to defeat the heroes, necessarily, just fight them. He might affect a HeelFaceTurn if he can find someone [[DefeatMeansFriendship tough enough to beat him]], or simply drop everything to [[StalkerWithACrush pursue and obsess]] over his [[FoeYay foe.]] However, sometimes, this trait may not be benevolent trope as some {{Big Bad}}s and their [[TheDragon right hand men]] or villains essere [[It/CattiviTesserati molto dediti al Male]] o peggio, potrebbero spingere deliberatamente il It/PulsanteBerserk del nemico in general are either [[CardCarryingVillain your devoted villain]] or worse who will do [[MoralEventHorizon do all kinds of horrible things]] to trigger his opponent's BerserkButton enough to fight seriously and give them a challenge.

Personality-wise, he can be a FlatCharacter (and quite possibly DumbMuscle) which just shouts [[{{Warhammer40000}} "Maim ! Kill ! Burn!"]], or, if he's a little more sophisticated/developed, he can be a WarriorTherapist, WarriorPoet or even a GeniusBruiser, but the latter cases are more rare. He might be a [[BoisterousBruiser normal, jocular guy]] when he's not brawling, or he might take the fight so seriously that [[TheStoic he blocks out everything else]].
modo da portarlo alla battaglia.

Dal punto di vista caratteriale, può essere un It/PersonaggioPiatto (in genere uno It/ScemoMuscoloso) che vuole solo guerra, o, se è un po' più evoluto e civilizzato, un It/GuerrieroTerapista, It/GuerrieroPoeta o anche un It/GuerrieroGenio, ma quest'ultimo caso è raro. Potrebbe essere una [[It/GuerrieroCasinista persona normale e gioviale]] quando non combatte, o potrebbe prendere la lotta così seriamente da [[It/LoStoico bloccare tutto il resto]].
In some cases, the Blood Knight fights because he's [[DeathSeeker looking for a way to die with meaning]]. Many Blood Knights WouldNotShootACivilian, though often, it's because a civilian will not give a good fight. This is not always the case though; if the person is less moral they will specifically target the innocent alcuni casi, il Guerriero Sanguinario combatte perché [[It/CercatoreDiMorte sta cercando di avere una morte che abbia senso]]. Molti Cavalieri Sanguinari [[It/NonSparerebbeAUnCivile Non Sparerebbero A Un Civile]], ma spesso solo perché il civile non lotterebbe di rimando. Non è sempre così, comunque; se una persona ha poca morale, potrebbe colpire innocenti per richiamare l'attenzione del suo vero obiettivo.

Una versione comune nella narrativa orientale è il Maestro D'Arti Marziale Errante che [[It/AndareInGiro gira per il mondo/paese]] cercando nemici forti con cui testare le proprie abilità. Fortunatamente,
in order to make their real target want to fight them.

A common version found
genere lotta pulito, in Eastern fiction is the Wandering Martial Artist, who [[WalkingTheEarth travels around the world/country]] looking for strong opponents to test his skills against. Luckily, this might be coupled with love of only ''specific'' fights such as duelli onorevoli, quindi tende a fair duel, meaning he is not otherwise a particularly violent man.
non essere un uomo violento.
5th Jan '13 1:26:05 PM ImpaledJanus
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->''"La battaglia non ha bisogno di uno scopo; la battaglia è il suo stesso scopo. Non ti chiedi perché una piaga si diffonde o un campo brucia. Non chiedere perché combatto."''
--> -- '''[[http://magiccards.info/rv/it/3.html Cavaliere Nero]]''', ''ItGiochiDaTavolo/MagicLAdunanza'' [[labelnote:wut]] Ironicamente , il It/TestoDiColore del It/PadrinoDelTropo [[http://magiccards.info/pc/it/115.html Cavaliere Sanguinario]] non è altrettanto evocativo, ma funziona.[[/labelnote]]

WarIsHell? Not for this guy.

Fighting is everything to the Blood Knight. He lives for it. He might deliberately disadvantage himself in order to make fights last longer, and loves to reveal that [[IAmNotLeftHanded he is not left-handed]]. It's not so much winning or losing, morality, the motives of his allies, or even [[GlorySeeker the glory]], that drives this guy so much as the opportunity for a good fight.

He can be heroic or villainous. If heroic, he will frequently be TheBigGuy in an ensemble, the character most likely to solve his problems by force of arms, and he might make the less violent members of the crew a little nervous, especially if he goes off on a [[BerserkButton hair trigger]]. If villainous, he has a good chance of being a WorthyOpponent, since he doesn't want to defeat the heroes, necessarily, just fight them. He might affect a HeelFaceTurn if he can find someone [[DefeatMeansFriendship tough enough to beat him]], or simply drop everything to [[StalkerWithACrush pursue and obsess]] over his [[FoeYay foe.]] However, sometimes, this trait may not be benevolent trope as some {{Big Bad}}s and their [[TheDragon right hand men]] or villains in general are either [[CardCarryingVillain your devoted villain]] or worse who will do [[MoralEventHorizon do all kinds of horrible things]] to trigger his opponent's BerserkButton enough to fight seriously and give them a challenge.

Personality-wise, he can be a FlatCharacter (and quite possibly DumbMuscle) which just shouts [[{{Warhammer40000}} "Maim ! Kill ! Burn!"]], or, if he's a little more sophisticated/developed, he can be a WarriorTherapist, WarriorPoet or even a GeniusBruiser, but the latter cases are more rare. He might be a [[BoisterousBruiser normal, jocular guy]] when he's not brawling, or he might take the fight so seriously that [[TheStoic he blocks out everything else]]. In some cases, the Blood Knight fights because he's [[DeathSeeker looking for a way to die with meaning]]. Many Blood Knights WouldNotShootACivilian, though often, it's because a civilian will not give a good fight. This is not always the case though; if the person is less moral they will specifically target the innocent in order to make their real target want to fight them.

A common version found in Eastern fiction is the Wandering Martial Artist, who [[WalkingTheEarth travels around the world/country]] looking for strong opponents to test his skills against. Luckily, this might be coupled with love of only ''specific'' fights such as a fair duel, meaning he is not otherwise a particularly violent man.

The vast majority of Blood Knights are {{Badass}} {{Determinator}}s, although not all of them are. It's more about liking fighting than actually fighting.

If there's a whole society of guys like him, you've got a {{Proud Warrior Race|Guy}}. If the character likes the 'killing' part more than the 'fighting' part, they're a PsychoForHire. The EgomaniacHunter also thrives on aimless violent thrill and loves a worthy quarry instead of opponent. If a character is in it for the challenge rather than just the fight, then we've got a SpiritedCompetitor. The Blood Knight's love of combat may be platonic, or it may have [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence sexual undertones.]] It also may overlap with AxCrazy if their love of fighting crosses the line into psychotic violence and instability.

SubTrope of InHarmsWay. SisterTrope to CombatSadomasochist, TheRealMan, and BoisterousBruiser. Compare CavalierCompetitor. May be from a MartyrdomCulture and will often believe that WarIsGlorious. As a rule they are just about always NotAfraidToDie and they all believe WarIsGlorious.

A MonsterKnight has a high chance of being one.

Oh, and just in case it wasn't clear, the character doesn't have to be a literal knight for this trope to apply. It is about the attitude, not the rank.

If you're looking for a person who uses blood to kick ass, try BloodyMurder.
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