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  • What Are The Similarities Between Vikings And Katana

    Historical accounts give swords the status of legendary, mystical, impervious, and empowering. Swords were seen as giving the wieldier power, and the wieldier seen as being of high social standing, according to the quality of the sword. Both the Viking sword and Katana were masterfully designed according to the environment and materials available in both demographics. The Vikings were not one specific organized group of people. They started out as multiple smaller unorganized tribes. The Vikings were Norsemen originating from Scandinavia in norther Europe. They are known for fighting, steeling, and pillaging other lands to expand their wealth, influence, and power. The Vikings were, however, not as savage as they were made out to be. In trying…

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  • Online Fraud Case Study

    ISSUE Under Arkansas case law regarding the tort of fraud, does an online purchaser of a sword have a claim for actual fraud, when (1) the sword that the seller displayed online turned out to be a replica; (2) the seller was gifted the sword from his brother, and only pulled the sword from the sheathing once prior to placing it in storage; (3) the seller afforded the buyer the opportunity to inspect the sword prior to the sale but the buyer declined due to time constraints; (4) the seller…

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  • Samurai Culture In Japanese Culture

    The Samurai is a very formidable warrior in Japan, wielding many weapons including the Naginata, Katana, bow and arrow and spear. Samurai means one who serves. Unwavering loyalty is expected from these warriors who only practice martial arts. Whether it be to their Daimyo, lord or Emperor they were expected to put their life down before the enemy was able to reach their leader. Honor is one of the biggest and most important of Samurai beliefs. It is more commonly referred to as Bushido. Without…

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  • Natural Selection Definition

    impressionistic depictions of the world. The closest art comes to being selected against is when it is "forgotten". For example, the creation process of the Katana, a traditional Japanese sword, may be defined as an art form through the skills required for this work, the many unique styles of swords, defined in part by different steel hardness and tempered patterns on the blade, and special cultural traditions surrounding the activity, such as purification processes sword smiths undergo before…

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  • Informative Essay On Samurai Weapons

    Have anyone always wondered who was the better warrior in the medieval times? In my opinion the samurai is the better warrior during the medieval times because of their honor, they are more adept. The samurai is the most competent warrior because the samurai had more information about their training so they must be a skilled fighter and a kind person as well. If a samurai had an adequate sword, that means that specific warrior was an adequately trained. In the magazine article, The Sword of the…

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  • Samurai Weapons Dbq

    Even though some might say the lack of armor was a disadvantage to a samurai it benefitted them very much so. If the samurai had more flexibility in his armor he could attack his opponent more swiftly whereas a knight is covered in head to toe of heavy steel. Also, the samurai used a sword called the Katana. The Katana was 42 inches long and the first 5 inches of the blade were razor sharp for obvious reasons such as slicing an attacker. But above all of this the Katana was a symbol of respect…

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  • Shark Clan Short Story

    cargo truck came into Deeptown to provide the Shark Clan with possible materials to rule the largely populated town. Date had practiced hacking encrypted files on his phone, and had created several apps. He was getting quick on hacking, and he could open an encrypted file in about forty-six seconds. Takeda observed the Town Hall, where the Shark Clan’s center of operations had been positioned. He observed the guards paths they took, and at the times that their shifts switched. I created gear…

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  • The Plum Nation

    chinese then suffered from crippling depression that was caused from losing their pokemon cards. While this was happening the plums found foreign chinese technology boom boom blasters (guns) and killed the chinese. The plums then speared across the world, and by 1938 the first plum arrived in america. The plum nation was slow building in america and was almost ready to start major settling there but then world war II came or to the plums, kill the stupid katana plums. The plums of america were…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Future In 2030

    a very close eye on me with his dark and scary movements. Within my mind and soul I can sense his presence circling me. At any time now he will start attacking. He charges at me from behind. My eyes shoot open as I shoot up and do a backflip, jumping over him in the process. When I land, I try to kick him in the back, but he blocks it with his hands. He pushes me back, yet I land safely on the ground. I pull out my katana and swing at him. It missed. He takes his katana out and swings at me. I…

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  • Analysis Of The Film Kung Fury

    and obvious example would be the film 's plot. The plot of Kung Fury is the Kung Fu super-powered, Miami cop. Kung Fury 's mission is to travel back in time and kill Hitler. However, Kung Fury cannot accomplish the feat of time traveling on his own. He receives help from Hackerman, the most powerful hacker of all time, who uses a power glove and a RX modulator to hack Kung Fury back in time. Unfortunately, by mistake Hackerman hacks too much time, and Kung Fury ends up in the Viking age. When in…

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