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10:26:08 AM Oct 22nd 2012
A Blood Knight could have "pacifistic tendencies" in the sense described. For instance he could say that War Is Hell, be distraught at the more hellish aspects(suffering of civilians for instance) but say that as he can't stop war and war is his job, he might as well enjoy it.
07:02:00 PM Oct 6th 2012
One thing to note is that if the difference between Cultured Badass and Warrior Poet becomes to annoying again, we really should put our effort into modifying Cultured Badass. For one thing we have a lot of Badasses. For another, the phrase "warrior poet" is, well poetic.
05:37:07 PM Aug 3rd 2011
edited by Hekateras
05:46:37 PM Jan 25th 2011
edited by Kersey475
Would a Blood Knight who reads poetry when not fighting count as this or Cultured Badass?
06:38:24 AM May 22nd 2011
Probably more Cultured Badass. Read the trope description for this page. The Warrior Poet has, on some level, pacifistic tendencies, in that he no longer considers living and dying by the sword as the one and only way do things.
06:58:28 PM Oct 6th 2012
edited by jatay3
"Pacifistic" means "not considering living and dying by the sword as the one and only way to do things"? Wouldn't that make almost every warrior a pacifist?
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