Xena: Warrior Princess

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  • Xena Vs. Buffy The Vampire Slayer

    Xena Vs Buffy “In a time of Ancient Gods, Warlords, and Kings; a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena a mighty princess forge in the heat of battle, the Power, the Glory, the Passion, the Danger, her courage will change the world.” “In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampire and demons and the forces of darkness. She is the Slayer.” If anyone has ever watch the late 1990’s TV show Xena Warrior Princess and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. One can hear those sayings. When someone watches these TV shows, they find out that in both TV shows that Xena and Buffy are the lead characters. They both have a strong female lead. So I am going to compare and contrast the type of people they fight against,…

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  • Samurai Warrior Culture

    The Age of the Warrior in Japan has a distinct impact on the culture of Japanese Samurai, it defined who they were and their beliefs. (Independence Hall Association in Philadelphia) This initiation of the warrior class in Japan began in 1185 with the period known as the Kamakura Period, which was the longest of the three periods in Medieval Ages of Japan. The time period was mark by the defeat of one of the most distinct families in Japan the Taira family and the leadership of the Kamakura…

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  • How Did The Samurai Class Rule Japan

    Question 1) Who were the Samurai? The Samurai were the warrior class of Japan. Being a Samurai was the greatest honour most men could have. Their masters were the Daimyos and Shogun. Question 2) Who were the Daimyos? The Daimyos were warlords whose status was below the Shoguns but above the Samurai. The Daimyos were wealthy, and this wealth usually came from the taxes they collected from people of lower status to them. Part of the Daimyos wealth had to be shared with higher status warlords and…

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  • The Snake Warriors Summary

    “The Snake Warriors – Sons of the Tiger Teeth: a descriptive analysis of Carib warfare, ca. 1500-1820” by Neil Lancelot Whitehead Neil Whitehead, in his article The Snake Warriors analysed Carib warfare, uses historical texts’ to interpret Carib war culture and society anthropologically. He does this by first, describing Carib military tactics prior to European contact, discussing social and ideological context they were deployed, and also to analyze the effect European contact had on the…

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  • Japanese Feudalism Essay

    overall. They could also play roles as lords as well as giving land to nobles and getting military service. Although, Emperors in Japan were basically just figureheads and really didn’t have power overall. the real power was placed with the Shoguns and Daimyos. One thing leaders did have in common at these times was that they were top of the social structure. Warriors of Europe and Japan shared common similarities and differences. The Samurai warriors of Japan lived by…

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  • Essay On The Crystal Ball

    The witch smiles her sweet grin. “Wonderful!” She rises from her chair and grabs a spherical green object from a nearby shelf. She sets it on the table with a thump. “Is that a crystal ball?” Will asks. The sound of his voice sends my heart into a downward spiral. Heat rises up my spine. Whatever is in the air in this place, it’s making my emotions go haywire. The crystal ball suddenly sparks into a cloud of green, producing sparkles within it. The woman laughs at the sight. “So much attraction!…

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  • Values Of The European Knight And The Japanese Samurai

    the Samurai honored the Bushido code. Common values shared by these codes include: honor, faith, and courage. Although Knights and Samurai shared similarities in terms of fighting styles and philosophies, they differed in terms of armour and weaponry. Samurai were the warriors class of Japan and were tasked with protecting nobles and landowners. The Japanese ideology of Bushido, “The way of the warrior”, defined the samurai class. Samurai were instilled with a deep sense of honor, loyalty,…

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  • The Bushido Code In Musui's Story And The 47 Ronin Story

    The Code for Warriors Is there a code that ancient samurai warriors followed in Japan? Most professions around the world abide by some code. For example, doctors follow the Hippocratic oath, lawyers have the professional code, and engineers follow the code of ethics. For example, the samurais of Japan also lived by a strict code of conduct called the Bushido Code. Many years ago in Japan, the country had an ethical system called Bushido. The Bushido was the code for the country’s samurais…

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  • Differences Between Samurai And Knights

    Loyalty and protection from warriors, serving nobles and masters, in different parts of the world has been around for centuries. The Samurai from Japan, and the Knight from Europe, are both warriors who help to defend their country in times of war. Lords and Daimyos relied on the warriors to protect them. Samurai date back to 1603 and the Knights are from the middle ages Japan’s samurai and European knights . Were the similarities of the knight and samurai greater than the differences? Evidence…

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  • Why Is Sanada Yukimura Important

    The most famous person of the Sanada clan would be Sanada Yukimura a samurai of the Sengoku period. He was a great samurai, but why was he important ? The way he died interested me. When I looked him up a lot of video games popped up. I thought he must be important to be in so many games. Sanada parents were Sanada Masayuki and Kansho-in. He died when he was forty-nine. The Sanada’s family crest is made of six Japanese coins. Even Though he died protecting the Osaka castle, Sanada Yukimura was…

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