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27th May '17 1:54:25 PM nombretomado
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** The elves of the Valaes Tairn in TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} are essentially what happens when [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingons]], [[FantasyCounterpartCulture Mongols]], and [[VietnamWar the Vietcong]] are given a scimitar and let rip. The literal worst insult in their culture is accusing someone of disgracing the blood of his ancestors - and if you say this to one, ''he will gleefully cut you in half''.

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** The elves of the Valaes Tairn in TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} are essentially what happens when [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingons]], [[FantasyCounterpartCulture Mongols]], and [[VietnamWar [[UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar the Vietcong]] are given a scimitar and let rip. The literal worst insult in their culture is accusing someone of disgracing the blood of his ancestors - and if you say this to one, ''he will gleefully cut you in half''.
23rd May '17 6:58:01 PM indigoazure
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* The Derzhi in Creator/CarolBerg's ''Literature/RaiKirah'' series, of the 'probably based on the Mongols' flavor. Their warrior braids, showing them as blooded warriors, are of high social/cultural importance, and those who do not earn them are relegated to life as underlings. At this point in their history they also have an [[The Empire empire]].

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* The Derzhi in Creator/CarolBerg's ''Literature/RaiKirah'' series, of the 'probably based on the Mongols' flavor. Their warrior braids, showing them as blooded warriors, are of high social/cultural importance, and those who do not earn them are relegated to life as underlings. At this point in their history they also have an [[The Empire [[TheEmpire empire]].
23rd May '17 6:57:30 PM indigoazure
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* The Derzhi in Creator/CarolBerg's ''Literature/RaiKirah'' series, of the 'probably based on the Mongols' flavor. Their warrior braids, showing them as blooded warriors, are of high social/cultural importance, and those who do not earn them are relegated to life as underlings. At this point in their history they also have an [[The Empire empire]].
22nd May '17 9:07:25 PM CaptainMar-Vell92
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** The Kree mixes this trope with modern militarism and the Shi'ar are pretty much SpaceRomans.
18th May '17 7:25:26 AM Akaihiryuu
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*** Another Jem'hadar example. The Jem'hadar bsaically line up to fight Worf in a DuelToTheDeath. He kills several of them, but once he gets to the First he is worn out and unable to win. He is knocked down time and time again, but refuses to stay down. The Jem'hadar then YIELDS to him. Ikat'ika: "I yield. I cannot defeat this Klingon. All I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest."

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*** Another Jem'hadar example. The In "By Inferno's Light", the Jem'hadar bsaically basically line up to fight Worf in a DuelToTheDeath. He kills several of them, but once he gets to the First he is worn out and unable to win. He is knocked down time and time again, but refuses to stay down. The Jem'hadar then YIELDS to him. Ikat'ika: "I yield. I cannot defeat this Klingon. All I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest."
18th May '17 7:24:11 AM Akaihiryuu
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*** Another Jem'hadar example. The Jem'hadar bsaically line up to fight Worf in a DuelToTheDeath. He kills several of them, but once he gets to the First he is worn out and unable to win. He is knocked down time and time again, but refuses to stay down. The Jem'hadar then YIELDS to him. Ikat'ika: "I yield. I cannot defeat this Klingon. All I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest."
16th May '17 8:45:12 PM Sammettik
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* Kimahri and the other Ronso in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' and are even more so in ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 Final Fantasy X-2]]''.

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* %%* Kimahri and the other Ronso in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' and are even more so in ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 Final Fantasy X-2]]''.



* Arceans in ''VideoGame/GalacticCivilizations''.
* Alkari and Mrrshans in ''VideoGame/MasterOfOrion''.

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* %%* Arceans in ''VideoGame/GalacticCivilizations''.
* %%* Alkari and Mrrshans in ''VideoGame/MasterOfOrion''.



* The Minmatar from ''VideoGame/EVEOnline'', particularly the Brutor Tribe.
* In ''Huxley'', the "Alteraver".

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* %%* The Minmatar from ''VideoGame/EVEOnline'', particularly the Brutor Tribe.
* %%* In ''Huxley'', the "Alteraver".



* The Dekans and the Giants from ''VideoGame/RohanOnline''.
* The Deatheaters, the main Fury warrior race, from ''VideoGame/{{Shaiya}}''.

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* %%* The Dekans and the Giants from ''VideoGame/RohanOnline''.
* %%* The Deatheaters, the main Fury warrior race, from ''VideoGame/{{Shaiya}}''.
16th May '17 8:43:40 PM Sammettik
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* The Trophies from ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' are an entire species of Proud Warrior Race Guy since all they do is fight, or watch people fighting. The trophies consider not being able to fight like being dead.
7th May '17 5:52:11 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'', during the final round of "Professor Genki's Mind Over Murder", as the two announcers admire your performance, they express disappointment that they were not around to see "The King" in action. "The King" was the greatest champion on an entire planet of Proud Warrior Race Guys. When the Zin conquered their planet, he challenged Zinyak for his people's freedom, and proceeded to beat every challenge that was thrown his way. Enraged, Zinyak separated his mind from his body and trapped it in the simulation permanently, and nobody knows what became of him after that. [[spoiler:Except you. He became your RobotBuddy after you helped him download his mind into a new body. That's right, the snarky floating ball that spends most of his time either insulting you or flirting with Shaundi used to be just as much of an unstoppable {{Badass}} as you are]].

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* In ''VideoGame/SaintsRowIV'', during the final round of "Professor Genki's Mind Over Murder", as the two announcers admire your performance, they express disappointment that they were not around to see "The King" in action. "The King" was the greatest champion on an entire planet of Proud Warrior Race Guys. When the Zin conquered their planet, he challenged Zinyak for his people's freedom, and proceeded to beat every challenge that was thrown his way. Enraged, Zinyak separated his mind from his body and trapped it in the simulation permanently, and nobody knows what became of him after that. [[spoiler:Except you. He became your RobotBuddy after you helped him download his mind into a new body. That's right, the snarky floating ball that spends most of his time either insulting you or flirting with Shaundi used to be just as much of an unstoppable {{Badass}} badass as you are]].
7th May '17 5:16:23 PM nombretomado
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** The Protoss, especially Fenix. Only the Dark Templar seem more down-to-earth. This might be because most of the Protoss characters encountered and played in the game are members of the Protoss' warrior-caste (The Templar), StarCraft being a war game. Members of the civilian/artisan/scientist/laborer caste (the Khalai) and the clergy/government caste (the Judicators) justifiably don't make much of an appearance.

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** The Protoss, especially Fenix. Only the Dark Templar seem more down-to-earth. This might be because most of the Protoss characters encountered and played in the game are members of the Protoss' warrior-caste (The Templar), StarCraft [=StarCraft=] being a war game. Members of the civilian/artisan/scientist/laborer caste (the Khalai) and the clergy/government caste (the Judicators) justifiably don't make much of an appearance.
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