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13th Nov '17 10:03:06 AM Kittencakes
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* Orube from ''ComicBook/{{WITCH}}'' is this, albeit being female; yet where she comes from, the planet Basiliade, males and females are trained alike in the martial arts from an early age. Orube is one of the best warriors, having been trained both in Basiliade and Kandrakar; unfortunately, her mental training hasn't been quite as effective, and she still sometimes has problems controlling her temper.
11th Nov '17 8:12:04 AM lillolillo
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** The titular heroine is a Themysciran warrior. She gets confronted by the alien Khunds in one comic, and promptly defeats them. This part tends to vary DependingOnTheWriter. Amazons can vary from any level of pacifist to fighing at any provocation.

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** The titular heroine is a Themysciran warrior. She Amazons can vary from any level of pacifist to fighing at any provocation, but all of them (Queen Hippolyta, ComicBook/{{Wonder Girl}}s Donna and Cassandra, Lyta Trevor...) love and excel at fighting.
** Diana
gets confronted by the alien Khunds in one comic, and promptly defeats them. This part tends to vary DependingOnTheWriter. Amazons can vary from any level of pacifist to fighing at any provocation.
7th Nov '17 9:49:29 AM Kenji115
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*** [[spoiler: Averted yet again by the Saiyans of Universe 6, who share very little of the warriir culture embraced by their Universe 7 counterparts.]]

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*** ** [[spoiler: Averted yet again by the Saiyans of Universe 6, who share very little of the warriir culture embraced by their Universe 7 counterparts.]]
7th Nov '17 9:48:25 AM Kenji115
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***[[spoiler: Averted yet again by the Saiyans of Universe 6, who share very little of the warriir culture embraced by their Universe 7 counterparts.]]
7th Nov '17 1:41:27 AM NiGHTS
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*** Another Jem'hadar example. In "By Inferno's Light", the Jem'hadar 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."

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*** Another Jem'hadar example. In "By Inferno's Light", the Jem'hadar 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 ''yields'' to him. Ikat'ika: "I him.
--->'''Ikat'ika''': I
yield. I cannot defeat this Klingon. All I can do is kill him. And that no longer holds my interest."
5th Nov '17 8:17:14 AM Generality
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** Atans in ''Literature/TheTamuli''.

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** Atans in ''Literature/TheTamuli''.''Literature/TheTamuli'' are a deconstruction: beginning as a breeding experiment within the Tamul race, they eventually became so fierce and belligerent that they had to enslave themselves to others so they wouldn't fight to self-destruction.
28th Oct '17 1:20:05 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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A variation on this is the Proud ''[[SoldierVsWarrior Soldier]]'' Race a more low-key version more like the modern military rather than a warrior culture, with more focus on drilling and discipline than just strength at arms. These guys have a tendency to be more technologically advanced and more focused on expansion than conquest they don't see the harm in [[CombatPragmatist dishonorable tactics]], but they're [[NecessaryEvil pragmatic, not ruthless]]; The Proud Soldier Race Guy isn't likely to cause any more harm than absolutely necessary to get what he wants.

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A variation on this is the Proud ''[[SoldierVsWarrior Soldier]]'' ''{{Soldier|VsWarrior}}'' Race a more low-key version more like the modern military rather than a warrior culture, with more focus on drilling and discipline than just strength at arms. These guys have a tendency to be more technologically advanced and more focused on expansion than conquest they don't see the harm in [[CombatPragmatist dishonorable tactics]], but they're [[NecessaryEvil pragmatic, not ruthless]]; The Proud Soldier Race Guy isn't likely to cause any more harm than absolutely necessary to get what he wants.



* "Immigrant Song" by Music/LedZeppelin is about HornyVikings, so this trope is to be expected.



** [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame Most dwarven cultures]] are portrayed as strongly militaristic and belligerent, but still honorable and friendly to their allies. Hobgoblins, on the other hand, run closer to the "psychotically violent" end of the scale as a culture of grim, rigidly regimented raiders; other "[[AlwaysChaoticEvil savage]] [[UnfortunateImplications humanoids]]" like orcs, gnolls, and bugbears also have cultures based around violence (they ''are'' there for players to slaughter en masse, after all), but lack the hobgoblins' formal militarism. 4th Edition has the dragonborn, a new race of mercenaries and warriors who value honor and loyalty.

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** [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame Most dwarven cultures]] are portrayed as strongly militaristic and belligerent, but still honorable and friendly to their allies. Hobgoblins, on the other hand, run closer to the "psychotically violent" end of the scale as a culture of grim, rigidly regimented raiders; other "[[AlwaysChaoticEvil savage]] [[UnfortunateImplications savage humanoids]]" like orcs, gnolls, and bugbears also have cultures based around violence (they ''are'' there for players to slaughter en masse, after all), but lack the hobgoblins' formal militarism. 4th Edition has the dragonborn, a new race of mercenaries and warriors who value honor and loyalty.
10th Oct '17 9:25:47 AM ChronoLegion
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** Another novel has the ''Enterprise'' visit an empire that arose from a group of Chinese colonists on a remote planet. Riker teaches the local nobles how to play poker but finds it far too easy to beat them. Then he realizes why: they never fold. When he asks them about it, they tell him that a true warrior never backs down from a fight. He then explains it in a way that makes sense to them: a good general will cut his losses and pull back his troops in order to win a battle or a war. Once they start seeing the game in this way, they get much better at it. Another local starts a rivalry with Worf and demands a duel to the death. They postpone it until the end of the book, but then they (quite sensibly) decide to settle this matter with a game of poker.
9th Oct '17 6:05:06 PM nombretomado
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* Bringing us to the Kilrathi, from Origin[=/=]ElectronicArts's ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' series of video games.

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* Bringing us to the Kilrathi, from Origin[=/=]ElectronicArts's Origin[=/=]Creator/ElectronicArts's ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' series of video games.
8th Oct '17 6:39:22 PM PaulA
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* [[LarryNiven Larry Niven's]] Kzinti were [[CanonImmigrant imported]] to the Trek universe in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries.''

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* [[LarryNiven Larry Niven's]] Creator/LarryNiven's Kzinti were [[CanonImmigrant imported]] to the Trek universe in ''WesternAnimation/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries.''
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