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30th Nov '16 10:44:32 PM CountDorku
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** Among humans, the Hazat (''[[InsistentTerminology not]]'' House Hazat) are the most openly aggressive and military of the Great Houses. In a setting where duelling owes a lot to ''Literature/{{Dune}}'', the Hazat don't fight with DeflectorShields and daggers; they view the shields as cowardly, and prefer to use somewhat beefier weapons than duelling knives.
20th Nov '16 1:48:23 AM Morgenthaler
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** Cadian Shock Troops are noted to be among the greatest soldiers mankind has ever produced; they are among the only human troops universally respected by even the [[SuperSoldier Space Marines]]. Over 70% of the planet's population is under arms, there are billions of soldiers and population is maintained through special breeding programs. They're also given a lot of live training, given their planet's close proximity to the Eye of Terror, a NegativeSpaceWedgie that continually chucks hordes of demons and insane super-soldiers at them. Every Cadian is either {{Badass}} or dead. Their society is so martial even their civilian clothing is camouflage patterns.

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** Cadian Shock Troops are noted to be among the greatest soldiers mankind has ever produced; they are among the only human troops universally respected by even the [[SuperSoldier Space Marines]]. Over 70% of the planet's population is under arms, there are billions of soldiers and population is maintained through special breeding programs. They're also given a lot of live training, given their planet's close proximity to the Eye of Terror, a NegativeSpaceWedgie that continually chucks hordes of demons and insane super-soldiers at them. Every Cadian is either {{Badass}} badass or dead. Their society is so martial even their civilian clothing is camouflage patterns.
15th Nov '16 12:31:06 PM ChaoticNovelist
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'''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease''' More often than not they can have UnfortunateImplications and tends to just boil down to "[[HumansAreWarriors every human culture]]".

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'''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease''' More often than not they can have UnfortunateImplications and tends They tend to just boil down to "[[HumansAreWarriors every human culture]]".
4th Nov '16 2:24:03 AM Tron80
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* WonderWoman is a Themysciran warrior. She gets confronted by the alien Khunds in one comic, and promptly defeats them.

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* WonderWoman The J'ai in Franchise/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} storyline ''Comicbook/KryptonNoMore'' are a alien race of savage, multi-armed warriors. They have no alternative to war because they donít know anything else.
* Franchise/WonderWoman
is a Themysciran warrior. She gets confronted by the alien Khunds in one comic, and promptly defeats them.
30th Oct '16 6:55:09 AM Rakurai
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' has the [[LizardFolk Amal'jaa]], particularly the Brotherhood of the Ash, a small splinter group who find the acts of kidnapping and pillaging their brethren commit for the sake of appeasing the primal Ifrit to be cowardly and weak.
18th Oct '16 10:33:41 AM TheNerevarine
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* The Phaedons in ''ComicBook/BadPlanet'' are another desconstructed example: large, grey humanoid aliens with [[NoNameGiven no individual names]] that [[TheNeedless don't need to eat or breath]] bred only for fighting and killing. Their constant wars among themselves left their world severely weakened and impoverished, just before an [[PlanetLooters plague of death-spiders that eat resources]] finished them off because they were.
2nd Oct '16 6:21:43 PM Rivanix
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**It is still unknown how the Chozo species truly disappeared so the above is an assumption. The Chozo also did not outright "abandon" their warrior ways. They were getting old and reproduction was less feasible so rather than getting killed off in battle, they decided to go a more peaceful way. Also pursuing scientific and philosophical routes is not a pity.
**Secondly, it's heavily implied that the way they died was from [[{{AIIsACrapshoot}} Mother Brain who turned against them]]. It was created to maintain order and saw the Chozo as incapable of full-filling that goal.
30th Sep '16 10:41:45 PM Elfkaiser
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* The Jennerit from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' have a strong appreciation for warfare and martial combat. As a society, they venerate warriors of all stripes and participate widely as a culture in observing the events held within the numerous Jennerit Fighting Pits found on almost any settled Jennerit world, both within the lower settlements and the floating cities of their throneworld of Tempest.
29th Sep '16 1:53:01 AM DarkHunter
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** The Wrothians are much more technologically advanced, and emphasize the "Proud" aspect, being [[{{Expy}} expies]] of Japanese samurai. Most of their disputes are solved through ritual combat, but they are highly honorable, respectful of their opponents, and they absolutely ''despise'' [[BigBad the Ganglion]], whom they are forced to work for. Appealing to their warrior's pride is how Elma gets them to pull a HeelFaceTurn.

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** The Wrothians are much more technologically advanced, and emphasize the "Proud" aspect, being [[{{Expy}} expies]] of Japanese samurai. Most of their disputes are solved through ritual combat, but they are highly honorable, respectful of their opponents, and they absolutely ''despise'' [[BigBad the Ganglion]], whom they are forced to work for. Appealing to their warrior's pride and honor is how Elma gets them to pull a HeelFaceTurn.
29th Sep '16 1:52:46 AM DarkHunter
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** The Wrothians are much more technologically advanced, and emphasize the "Proud" aspect, being [[{{Expy}} expies]] of Japanese samurai. Most of their disputes are solved through ritual combat, but they are respectful of their opponents and they absolutely ''despise'' [[BigBad the Ganglion]], whom they are forced to work for. Appealing to their warrior's pride is how Elma gets them to pull a HeelFaceTurn.

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** The Wrothians are much more technologically advanced, and emphasize the "Proud" aspect, being [[{{Expy}} expies]] of Japanese samurai. Most of their disputes are solved through ritual combat, but they are highly honorable, respectful of their opponents opponents, and they absolutely ''despise'' [[BigBad the Ganglion]], whom they are forced to work for. Appealing to their warrior's pride is how Elma gets them to pull a HeelFaceTurn.
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