lwhitehead

Westos is a culture for the Knight

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I have figured out that Westos's culture is built for the Knight, like in Japanese culture was for the Samurai.

 

LW

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37 minutes ago, Let's Get Kraken said:

All warrior aristocracies functioned like that.

What, in the name of all that is good and holy on this earth, is that profile picture?!

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28 minutes ago, Artos Cold said:

What, in the name of all that is good and holy on this earth, is that profile picture?!

It's nothing good and holy, I'll tell you that much.

It's from a manga/anime called Berserk.

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well I was looking for the same things in history, such as the Samurai I need an enemy equal to Knights in the battlefield and Samurai were the Knights of Asia. 

 

I asked myself what if instead Islam the Order Militare fought Asian forces, 

LW

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Or knights and samurai were products of their culture. 

You'll struggle to find many cultures in history where the noble and rich elite didn't hold prominent standing in that culture's military. 

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Hmmm... now that I think about it, you might just be right. Whoa. Never thought about it like that. Good post.

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The point I was trying to make is that both the Order Militate and Samurai were products of there culture, but the Knight's Templars were the best of Knight culture and Samurai were the best of Japanese culture.

 

So they fight over land that both consider holy or at least want,

 

LW

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The Knight's Templar weren't particularly special, they just accumulated vast amounts of wealth and power through church backed charity, tax immunity and banking. 

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