Light10s wrote:What makes a person a warrior? Is it the weapons they wield? The armor they wear? The faces they show? The words they say? Or the scares they shoulder? A hundred different answers can be given, and all maybe true but this is my answer. :!: :mrgreen:
Dreams, Goals, What they are fighting for to accomplish. No matter how pointless it is, How futile, it will never happen, it's still worth it. "I'll keep on fighting, working, challenging until my dream is fulfilled, even at the cost of my life". That is a Warrior, The question is who do (YOU) know is a warrior or the heart of a warrior that has a dream that is worth dieing to accomplish?
An aspect of a warrior is his bravery and I agree with you that there are hundreds of answers that are correct than do describe a warrior. They say that brave men die but once in life, but as Spider-Man told me, cowards die thousands of times, and a warrior is many things but a coward (this is also going beyond the suit itself, the guy who was cosplaying as Spider-Man has had near-death experiences before, hell he even knows what it's like to be Superman...until he hits the ground.) But that doesn't mean a warrior is truly immortal. A warrior, despite being dead can be immortalized through the beliefs of others as more higher and developed life forms, thus a great percentage of us may have a common belief in certain qualities, like a big sword, a set of armor, a horse, etc.
We can be literal and logical about the question but in the end, it isn't complicated, it's actually quite simple to understand because the definition and the parts of a warrior, even the warrior himself, is so broad. For example let's take a great orator in history like Mark Twain and Charles Dickens, as well as a great speaker like Barack Obama and even Hitler (who hasn't watch this dictator spawn a crowd with enormous cheer and morale?) How are these men warriors? Simple. They are warriors, not by strength (literally speaking), but by word, by tongue. Very sharp and well cut and refined. And maybe a little smoky but moist overall if one of them smokes, hahaha.
A warrior is so diverse that you can describe almost anything. They may or may not follow principles, but if not they might as well be savages, murderers, ruthless oppressors, etc. But then again I probably described a warrior by using potentially synonymous qualities. This is how I like to think of this question, so it's really up to us to decide in our minds.