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19th Apr '18 6:00:39 AM AndyLA
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* During Jason Aaron's run, Young Thor of the distant past is the Hunter, present Thor is the Lord, and Old King Thor is the Prophet.

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* During Jason Aaron's run, run in ''Comicbook/TheMightyThor'', Young Thor of the distant past is the Hunter, present Thor is the Lord, and Old King Thor is the Prophet.
* Within Comicbook/{{the Avengers}}, Thor is the Hunter to Iron Man's Lord and Captain America's
Prophet.
12th Apr '18 4:56:06 AM MadAnthony94
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* Italian and Spanish playing cards use Kings, Knights, and Knaves (i.e., a commoner, probably someone who would have served as a foot soldier in war) as the face cards, though some versions add a Queen in there as well.
30th Mar '18 5:14:15 PM BrightLight
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'': Dewey (Hunter), Donald (Lord), Scrooge (Prophet)
5th Mar '18 12:03:52 PM Euodiachloris
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** Alternatively, you can still have the Warrior as the Hunter, the Smith as the Lord (minds his tasks, monitors and regulates himself and his workstation, creates items and what will become legacies of the future -- has apprentices) and the Father as the Prophet (directs the others, an eye to the legacy of the past, is more cerebral and manipulative than the other two). Even the Westerosi, however, mistake the Father for the Lord, often enough. However, the number of messed-up father-figures in the story, not to mention the distain most of the nobility have for the relatively humble Smith, and you can get why they misunderstand their own pantheon. The Faith is skewed against seeing the Smith as being a vital dynamo. As Septon Meribald makes clear:-

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** Alternatively, you can still have the Warrior as the Hunter, the Smith as the Lord (minds his tasks, monitors and regulates himself and himself/ his workstation, workstation in a world that is anything but regular, creates items and what tools that will become legacies of for the future -- has apprentices) and the Father as the Prophet (directs the others, others as to where they should go, has an eye to interpreting/ upholding the legacy of the past, is more cerebral and manipulative than the other two). Even the Westerosi, however, mistake the Father for the Lord, Lord (heck, a lot of High Lords venerate him and petty lords, captains and commanders will refuse to see themselves as governmental "Smiths"), often enough. However, the number of messed-up father-figures in the story, not to mention the distain most of the nobility have for the relatively humble Smith, and you can get why they misunderstand their own pantheon. The Faith is skewed against seeing the Smith as being a vital dynamo. As Septon Meribald makes clear:-
5th Mar '18 10:16:19 AM Euodiachloris
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** Alternatively, you can still have the Warrior as the Hunter, the Smith as the Lord (minds his tasks, monitors and regulates himself and his workstation, creates items and what will become legacies of the future -- has apprentices) and the Father as the Prophet (directs the others, an eye to the legacy of the past, is more cerebral and manipulative than the other two). Even the Westerosi, however, mistake the Father for the Lord, often enough. However, the number of messed-up father-figures in the story, not to mention the distain most of the nobility have for the relatively humble Smith, and you can get why they misunderstand their own pantheon. The Faith is skewed against seeing the Smith as being a vital dynamo. As Septon Meribald makes clear:-
-->''"Without his labour, what would the Warrior defend? Every town has a smith, and every castle. They make the plows we need to plant our crops, the nails we use to build our ships, iron shoes to save the hooves of our faithful horses, the bright swords of our lords. No one could doubt the value of a smith, and so we name one of the Seven in his honour, but we might as easily have called him the Farmer or the Fisherman, the Carpenter or the Cobbler. What he works at makes no matter. What matters is, he works. The Father rules, the Warrior fights, the Smith labours, and together they perform all that is rightful for a man. Just as the Smith is one aspect of the godhead, the Cobbler is one aspect of the Smith.''
4th Jan '18 4:31:21 AM Cryoclaste
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* "We Will Rock You" by {{Queen}}. All together now ("stomp-stomp-clap" optional):

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* "We Will Rock You" by {{Queen}}.Music/{{Queen}}. All together now ("stomp-stomp-clap" optional):
25th Nov '17 12:48:47 PM WaterBlap
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* EgyptianMythology: Osiris (who's dead, or at least, alive in some sense but in the underworld) is the Prophet. His son Horus, out to avenge him by defeating EvilUncle Set, is the Hunter. The Lord would probably be Ra, or maybe Amun (or [[CompositeCharacter Amun-Ra]]), who represents the power of the ruling pharaoh.

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* EgyptianMythology: Myth/EgyptianMythology: Osiris (who's -- who's dead, or at least, alive in some sense but in the underworld) underworld -- is the Prophet. His son Horus, out to avenge him by defeating EvilUncle Set, is the Hunter. The Lord would probably be Ra, or maybe Amun (or [[CompositeCharacter Amun-Ra]]), who represents the power of the ruling pharaoh.
27th Oct '17 11:16:21 AM MadAnthony94
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* EgyptianMythology: Osiris (who's dead, or at least, alive in some sense but in the underworld) is the Prophet. His son Horus, out to avenge him by defeating EvilUncle Set, is the Hunter. The Lord would probably be Ra, or maybe Amun (or [[CompositeCharacter Amun-Ra]]), who represents the power of the ruling pharaoh.
26th Oct '17 12:51:10 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* "We Will Rock You" by {{Queen}}. All together now ("stomp-stomp-clap" optional)

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26th Oct '17 12:50:55 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* "We Will Rock You" by {{Queen}}.

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* "We Will Rock You" by {{Queen}}. All together now ("stomp-stomp-clap" optional)
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