Guy Gardner is a top member of the Green Lantern Corps, the second one to be chosen from our planet. His sheer willpower, and his complete refusal to back down from any fight, have made him one of the greatest warriors in the universe. This has also given him a notorious reputation in the superhero community as an obnoxious butthead. Despite the disapproval from his peers for his unrelenting offensive tendencies, he's always kept his chin up, and refused to let the opinions of others stop him from doing what he knows is the right thing. A bit of a wild card in terms of attitude, and unwilling to listen to the strict restrictions that bind most of his fellow Lanterns, his determination, skill and unpredictability have made him one of the most feared and respected lawmen in the universe. He has also been a member of Justice League International, and has gone by the name Warrior at one point in his career.
Unfortunately, Guy was put out of commission when he was hit by a bus, and the Guardians instead found a new backup for Hal in architect John Stewart. Stewart went on a number of missions while Gardner was in the hospital. While he was still crippled, Guy Gardner would meet his longtime love-interest Kari Limbo, a gypsy woman with limited precognitive abilities. She told him that he had a great destiny ahead of him, and that one very fateful day of prime importance to him and all the world, he would be the last of a great tradition. After Hal Jordan's ring was damaged by the Crumbler, Guy Gardner had his chance to become a Lantern at last. While Hal traveled to Oa to have it fixed, Guy worked in tandem with Green Arrow to take down the dangerous Professor Ojo. However, when Hal's power battery exploded in his face, he disappeared from the earthly realm and was believed to be dead. Hal Jordan consoled Kari Limbo for Guy's death, and the two slowly began to build an attraction to each other. Finally, after a near-death experience, Hal Jordan proposed to Kari. On the day of their wedding, it was discovered that Guy Gardner had actually been transported to the Phantom Zone. Brainwashed by the Zoners, he teamed up with General Zod against Green Lantern and Superman. Hal was barely able to leave the Zone alive with an unconscious Superman, and returning to Earth, he found Kari would no longer marry him if Guy Gardner was still alive. When Hal went back into the Zone to rescue Guy, he found Sinestro had kidnapped him and taken him to the Antimatter Universe of Qward. After doing battle with his arch-nemesis, Hal finally brought Gardner back. However, he was in a comatose vegetative state that he wouldn't come out of for several years.
Both Hal Jordan and Booster Gold have been shown visions of the path history would have taken if Guy had indeed been chosen as the first Green Lantern, as he has so often wished. Inevitably, he would've died of a yellow plague while on a mission to the planet Ghera. The Guardians have revealed to Hal that even if he had been chosen second, Jordan would still be the Green Lantern of Earth fairly quickly. However, this is later elaborated upon. As Guy is an instrumental figure in the War of Light, his early death would cause a butterfly effect condemning most of the universe. The Sinestro Corps would have won the Sinestro Corps War, and gone on to conquer every planet they see... leading to a world where Sinestro rules all. This is averted by Booster Gold and Rip Hunter, in one of their time-traveling missions.
In the aftermath, Gardner briefly went missing. Still bearing a grudge against Hal, and believing himself meant to be the last true Green Lantern, he teamed up with Star Sapphire and Hector Hammond. Although defeated, disgraced, and wanted dead at this point by nearly half the galaxy for his actions during the Crisis, they still saw potential in Gardner, and kept him on as a Lantern. The Guardians took a brief leave from the universe along with their female counterparts the Zamarons, and Guy was assigned to be mentored by the remaining mortal Guardian... Appa Ali Apsa, on Maltus.
During Legends, Guy Gardner finally returned to Earth. He declared himself leader of the Green Lantern Corps of Earth, and did battle with the seven other Lanterns stationed there for supremacy, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Kilowog, Katma Tui, Arisia, Salakk and Ch'p. He was subdued by Honor Guards Apros and K'ryssma, intending to remove him from the Corps permanently under Appa's strict orders. However, after a plea from Kari Limbo convinced the other Lanterns to vouch for Guy, Appa was persuaded to allow him to continue his career, in the hopes that he would one day reach the full potential he had been selected for. On Apokolips, Darkseid sent his agent Glorious Godfrey to Earth intending to sway peoples' minds against the superheroes, leading to violent anti-vigilante rioting and protests which Guy nearly became a victim of. As resident Green Lantern, he was selected by Doctor Fate to be part of a final team to fight against Godfrey's mobs in Washington, D.C. despite a presidential edict banning superhero activities. Fighting against the Apokoliptian Warhounds, they eventually managed to break Godfrey's control over the populace. Although most of the other heroes immediately forgave those who had fought against them, Gardner insisted that the mind control could not have taken root if there wasn't an already deep-seated distrust for their kind. The heroes present that day decided to band together as a new team to fight for justice. As the previous Justice League had recently been disbanded, they would go on to form a new incarnation, Justice League International.
Before making his decision, he interacted with his fellow Lanterns again during Green Lantern Corps: Red Lantern. Kilowog was brainwashed by a Russian spy into joining the Soviet Union, where he helped Mikhail Gorbachev create the Rocket Red Brigade. Guy Gardner personally made it his mission to invade Russia and take care of the problem, despite the danger of causing an international incident. Kari Limbo attempted to dissuade him, but in his brain-damaged state he did not feel the same love for her he once had. He single-handedly took on both the misguided Kilowog and all seven Rocket Reds, in the process rescuing prisoners-of-war John Stewart and Katma Tui. However, once Kilowog saw the light of oppression, he realized the error of his ways and was forced to fight his close personal friend Rocket Red #1 to the death. Although the ideology of the West had arguably triumphed once more that day, the Lanterns all agreed that what they really learned was that war is hell.
Guy's run in JLI was full of constant personality shifts and endless arguing between team members. This led to a fight with Lobo, the sucker-punching of Blue Beetle during a boxing match, and finally him quitting the team after being "belittled" by Superman. Gardner was romantically involved with his fellow Leaguer Ice, even learning some rudimentary Norwegian. Their relationship ended with her death at the hands of the Overmaster, but recent events have led to her resurrection.
Guy Gardner became a founding member of the new Justice League along with Batman, Martian Manhunter, Doctor Fate, Captain Marvel, Blue Beetle, Mister Miracle, Black Canary and Doctor Light. Although Guy made repeated attempts to gain authority of the group, Batman rebuked him at every turn. These challenges culminated in a fist-fight between the two, famously ending in a one-punch knockout by the Dark Knight putting Gardner to sleep for several hours. Hal Jordan was shown to be staunchly against Guy's membership in the League, but chairman Maxwell Lord chose not to heed his warnings. After waking up from Batman's punch, Guy is shown to have a mild split-personality disorder induced by head trauma. He switches back and forth between his normal aggressive self and a much kinder, sweeter and gentler persona whenever he receives a serious blow to the skull.
After Hal Jordan returned to Earth from a lengthy stay in outer space, he attempted to persuade Guy to allow him to have his sector back. An overly confident Guy refused to listen to reason, and instead insisted that they make the decision in a single no-holds-barred fight in the streets of New York, without their rings. Gardner lost to Jordan in a punch-out, and was forced to give up his ring and quit the Corps. He would go out in search of a new weapon.
Unlike a Green Lantern Ring, a Qwardian Power Ring is more powerful because it has no weaknesses. The yellow ring did not use a battery to recharge, but actually needed to be used against Green Lanterns to restore power. Gardner found this out by accident when a member of the GLC fought him while he had absolutely no power. As the yellow ring of Sinestro spoke Sinestro's native language, Gardner was entirely unable to communicate with the ring, although it seemed to understand him to a degree. It would later be revealed during the War of Light that the yellow rings are operated not by willpower, but by their bearer's ability to instill great fear. For Guy Gardner to be able to use it so well is... well, it's actually really not all that surprising.
Working on his own now, he first went after Goldface to tie up their past feuds. Although Hal Jordan and Tom Kalmaku were also working the case at the time, Guy insisted that he would be the one to beat Goldface first, baiting the Green Lantern into a competition. Using a combination of his brains, brawns, and fighting skills, Guy actually took Goldface down before Jordan could, even after his ring had been stolen, proving he could show Hal up on his own terms.
It was while he had the yellow power ring that Doomsday first appeared. Gardner was with the Justice League at the time. and when Doomsday caused Blue Beetle's craft to crash, Gardner did not wait for the rest of the team. He charged straight in, and was quickly overwhelmed by Doomsday, who pummeled him badly before tearing through the rest of the team. Guy, his face beaten so badly he could barely see, continued in the fight, but was put down again. Guy was forced to sit the rest of the battle out, taken off in an ambulance, but insisting that Superman put Doomsday down. Superman and the monster finally killed each other in single combat.
Guy, although never close friends with the Man of Steel, mourned his death along with the rest of the League. He gathered for Superman's funeral in Metropolis and walked in the honor guard along with the League. Shortly thereafter, while in Chicago, Guy became aware of four super powered beings all claiming to be Superman returned from the dead. Infuriated at what he regarded as pretenders disrespecting the memory of Superman, Guy decided to take action. He went to Metropolis and encountered "The Last Son of Krypton" (later revealed to be the Eradicator) and challenged him to a fight. Impressed with the shaded Superman's prowess and with the brutality he exhibited in defeating some common thugs, Guy was willing to endorse him as the real Man of Steel. When the Cyborg Superman framed the Eradicator for the destruction of Coast City, Guy was the one member of the League who refused to believe the charge. Nevertheless, he went along with the League when they were lured away from Earth in a ruse by the Cyborg.
He rallied together with many other heroes to fight the Parasites during Bloodlines, but was captured by their leader the Taker along with everybody else. After being rescued by the New Bloods, he would help toss the gigantic monster directly into the sun, ensuring that it could no longer harm anyone else again.
After a visit back home to Baltimore, and finding out for the first time that his father was dead before he could confront the old man about his years of abuse, Guy determined to reinvent himself once again, give himself a new look, and let the world know that he was back. Wearing an updated leather jacket, gloves, boots and a logo on his chest, he became Guy Gardner: Warrior.
Because of the actions of Parallax, Guy's ring experienced a massive power surge and burnt out, leaving him without a method of recharging it. Realizing it was unreliable, he asked Blue Beetle to help him, and began reluctantly wearing one of Booster Gold's prototype exo-skeletons based on Kilowog's design for the Rocket Red Armor. Alan Scott informed him of the disaster that had taken place on Oa. Deciding to lead a hand-picked squadron to ground zero, Guy took Alan Scott, Captain Atom, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, the Ray, Arisia and Ferrin Colos. They met and quickly found themselves outmatched by the strength of Parallax. After a final battle between Guy Gardner and Hal Jordan, Guy was defeated, and his ring destroyed by Hal's augmented powers. Depowered again, he was calmly sent back to Earth unconscious.
On a search for powers once again, he journeyed deep into the heart of Africa pursuing his superheroics. A legendary river was said to possess the powers of history's greatest fighters, which it would imbue to those who had the true heart of a warrior. Guy joined the party of Buck Wargo on his quest. Braving Nazis, Zombies and Dinosaurs he finally sipped the "water of the warriors" and found great powers unlocked within him. Surrounding paintings seemed to depict him as some sort of great prophecized local hero of myth. Shortly afterward, he was nearly crushed by a gigantic boulder and seemingly killed. He immediately came back from the experience covered in strange red armor that had been activated by the trauma.
The rest of Justice League International fought Cadre during the events of Judgment Day, and Ice was tragically murdered by Overmaster. As they were on break at the time, Guy would not find out until significantly after it had happened.
Gardner discovered that his past was not what he thought it was. He was actually the descendant of a space-traveling race called the Vuldarians. This discovery eventually led him to discover new powers within himself. These powers allowed him to resume his role as a superhero. He also established a superhero theme bar called Warriors, as both a source of income and a base between his adventures.
His early days as Warrior saw him struggling with his newfound powers. He had difficulty changing his body to any kind of weapon, and these transformations sometimes caused him pain. After a breakdown that led to a confrontation with Superman and Supergirl, with some soul-searching help from his ancestor, Gardner finally came into his own, able to use his new powers and was able to form just about any tactical non-energy based weapon from his body, from guns to bombs, as well as absorb some forms of energy and redirect them through his various 'weapons'. Another ability, the knowledge of warriors from across space and time, was rarely used.
It was during this time that Gardner fought against Dementor, a "brother" of sorts, in that he was also a product of Vuldarian breeding. (Dementor's father raped a woman who carried the Vuldarian seed, and Dementor was born.) Dementor was sent to Hell, but eventually revealed that he was the one responsible for Gardner's constant personality shifts. He finally dealt with his "family", as well as revealed another side of his Vuldarian powers, the ability to heal mortal wounds, such as regenerating a heart.
He was seemingly killed during Imperiex's attack on Earth in Our Worlds at War. However he was later discovered to be trapped in a pocket of Hell in General Zod's country of Pokolistan. After freeing himself from this, his Warrior powers were seemingly boosted. He declared it was his job to do things heroes like Superman couldn't.
After his old colleague Elongated Man's wife Sue Dibny was murdered by a mysterious assailant in Identity Crisis, Guy attended her funeral along with most of the rest of the superhero community. All present were required to wear their costumes, and Guy wore his old Green Lantern garb from his days in the League.
Throughout the next year, he made several appearances on Earth although he was largely confined to space missions. He made it to the speech Superman was supposed to give after the Crisis to the rest of the hero community. Guy managed to return to his home planet in time for Christmas that year as well. He also helped save lives during the rain of the supermen, when the people of Lex Luthor's Everyman Project simultaneously lost their powers during flight and came crashing down to the streets below. After Black Adam went on a rampage and started World War III, Guy was one of the large number of heroes who attempted to put him down.
After his year of punishment was over, Guy Gardner was ready for some long-awaited shore leave. The last mission he had to perform was aiding Soranik Natu on Betrassus, helping fight the treacherous Prince Ragnar. This led to the induction of Princess Iolande into the Corps. Finally, he was allowed some vacation time on the Restoria planet in Sector 3241. Bolphunga the Unrelenting, who had apparently been tracking him for some time, took pleasure in interrupting his stay. Having left his ring in the hotel safe which he was unable to access, Guy had to fight and evade the bounty hunter using only his wits and his reflexes. He finally got it back by using his old college football skills to intercept it in the air while Bolphunga was about to take it, effectively getting the drop on him. As rested as he could expect to be, Guy's next mission was to fight against Ranx the Sentient City and the Children of the White Lobe teaming up with Chthos-Chthas Chthatis.
Mogo was infected by the virus Despotellis. Usually in charge of providing therapy and relaxation for Lanterns on shore leave, the planetoid began brainwashing them to his own purposes. Kilowog and Green Man were both briefly driven insane and attacked their comrades. Lanterns Quond and Tanakata Z were found murdered shortly after implicating Guy Gardner as their killer. Talking with Mogo afterward about the false accusations, instead of the normal theraputic imagery, he was confronted by a construct of his abusive father. Gardner was the first to resist the mind control and warn the others of Mogo's instability. Together with Soranik Natu, Vath Sarn, Isamot Kol and Bzzd they fought Despotellis even as he possessed Kilowog, and excised him from their friends. Mogo destroyed the entire infected area on his surface by colliding with an asteroid. Although their enemy had been defeated, and the Corps was safe once again, the virus heralded the coming of the Sinestro Corps shortly before being driven out.
For a short time, Guy was sent to work with The Corpse, the top secret Black Ops division of the Green Lanterns, unknown to the general public. Run by a Durlan named Von Daggle, it was kept so quiet that in all of his years as a Lantern Guy had never even heard of it before. Along with another recruit, R'amey Holl, they attempted to prevent the Dominators from wielding one of the universe's greatest weapons. This division has no official ties to the Corps, receive no backup or help, work completely undercover, have no ethical standards in their practices, and die alone if they're caught. Daggle attempted to stop one of the Dominion who had gained god-like powers through super science. Guy was supposed to assassinate a Khund telepath, but had difficulty reconciling himself to murder. The beast took advantage of this, and nearly killed him. He would be nursed back to health by the spiritual powers of R'amey Holl, who appeared to be in love with him. The god-like Dominator traveled to Earth, where he intended to avenge his ancestors. Together, the three beat him into submission, and R'amey executed him on the spot. Guy was denied membership by Daggle, and told he had failed their tests because he was weak. Gardner said he would have refused anyway because killing criminals is the easy way out, and he's proud of himself for not living up to their standards. Gardner's memory is wiped to forget the incident, and he returns to his regular duties with no memories of the things he had seen.
Ice, the former love of Guy Gardner's life, was resurrected after years of being deceased during an affair between the Birds of Prey and the Secret Six. In the aftermath of the Sinestro Corps War, the two ex-lovers met once again in Times Square and shared a single long and passionate kiss. Although Guy was ready and willing to resume their relationship, Ice still needed time. Being dead for so long, she still needed to get her life back in order, and wasn't ready for a serious committed relationship. Backing off to give her space, Guy arranged a proper date between them for exactly one month later in the same spot. He also insisted that he would be there for her whenever she needed him.Kyle and Guy both got tired of their home-life on Earth, and decided to move to Oa to better suit their responsibilities as Honor Guards. Rebuilding his old destroyed bar, Guy sets up a new Warriors restaurant for Lanterns to get solid food someplace other than the cafeteria. Salakk requires some convincing, but after a number of derogatory remarks directed at them muses that their entertainment value alone will be worth it. Before leaving Earth, Guy leaves a note on Ice's bedside table explaining his disappearance.
Amidst great success, the new Warriors Bar finally opened up, serving only authentic American cuisine. While Guy had previously had a problem with the way Lantern chef Greet served up Earth meals, the food was very popular when served correctly. Soon after, eyeballs began raining from the skies... taken from murdered members of rookie Lanterns' families, killed by the Sinestro Corps. While Guy was being sent out to investigate, Ice arrived on the planet days early, having hitched a ride with a fellow Lantern to meet up with him. Unfortunately, Guy had to go out and find the killer, but Ice said she would be there waiting for him when he returned. Guy, Kyle, Kilowog and Saarek tracked down the Quintet, a group of brother and sister Sinestros who they imprisoned in Sciencells. Guy and Ice finally share their date together. He asks her to move in with him, and she declines, because she can't live in outer space. The two argue about their feelings for each other, and although they both care immensely, there are simply too many complications. Both of them agree that their current situations will make a relationship impossible, although in the future they both wish to continue things should they not be tied down by as many responsibilities. Guy has fellow Lantern Symon Terrynce escort Tora back to Earth. As an Honor Guard, Guy is requested to accompany the Guardians of the Universe along with Arisia and Sodam Yat on a diplomatic mission to the Star Sapphire Corps on Zamaron during Sins of the Star Sapphire. Queen Aga'po and the Scarred Guardian argued about the value of love as an emotion, and Guy barely held the two back from instigating physical conflict. Although they left safely from the planet, the Book of Oa would be rewritten that night to forbid physical relationships and love between Green Lanterns. Fresh off of his breakup, this only serves to make Guy bitter.
At the beginning of the Final Crisis, Orion of the New Gods was found murdered in a dumpster. Martian Manhunter was also killed by Libra. Guy attended Martian Manhunter's funeral. Alpha Lantern Kraken, at the time possessed by Granny Goodness, framed Hal Jordan for the murder of a God and the attempted murder of his partner. He was taken off of active duty during the investigation. At the trial, Guy uncovered Goodness for the fraud she was and she assaulted the Guardians within their own citadel, attempting to take the powers of the Central Power Battery for the glory of Darkseid. Discovering that Earth was at the center of a doomsday singularity which could wipe out all existence thanks to Darkseid's machinations, Hal, Guy and Kyle all traveled back home with twenty-four hours to save the universe. They faced reality warps and time distortions. After Darkseid had been killed by Batman, they arrived for the ultimate confrontation between Mandrakk the Dark Monitor and Superman's combined forces of the Multiverse. Along with his fellow Lanterns, Guy helped drive a stake made of pure damn willpower through the Dark Monitor's heart, killing him once and for all.
Guy Gardner is an immensely complex character with several different sides to his personality. Multiple interpretations of the character have seen a number of portrayals, and he has also shown development over the years.
Like most superheroes, Guy abhors killing and usually avoids it at all costs. He has provided a number of reasons for this. While he adheres to a strict moral code, he is not entirely inflexible when the situation he's in calls for him to take actions towards the greater good.
During his time with the Corpse, although leader Von Daggle required him to assassinate targets, he had an inner struggle, and ultimately couldn't bring himself to perform an execution like that. He later explained that killing someone is the easy way out, and his style is making the scum of the universe face the music. At the climax of the Sinestro Corps War, when usage of lethal force was enabled for regular Corps members, he was faced with this dilemma again. Trapped and cornered, he had no option but to kill the Sinestros around him in self-defense. Although he expressed reluctance, and concern about keeping up with the standards of his friends, he was willing to if he had to. The choice was taken out of his hands by a wave of Lanterns who came crashing down onto his position and saved him the trouble. He very strongly opposed the executions carried out by the Alpha Lantern Corps during Emerald Eclipse. Sciencell prisoners who participated in the riots were rounded up and killed by mandate of the Guardians. Guy was irate that they were sacrificing the ideals of the Corps by killing unarmed people in cold blood and without trials. Unfortunately, though he argued himself into a suspension, he was unable to prevent the slaughter. However, Guy has killed before in the line of duty. Duel Eknham met his fate at Guy's ring after attempting to kill him and his friends, although the villain had already been divided in half by Mongul.He also has a personal code of honor about fighting. While teaming up with Lobo, who was brutalizing Qwardians, the two had a discrepancy about their personal approaches to violence. Guy had enjoyed kicking their butts, but disapproved of torturing them needlessly afterward, because there was no challenge in beating guys who were already beaten, and no point. Lobo accused him of having a soft spot, which he resented. He also took personal fault with the nuclear arms race early in his career, because there's no glory in missile warfare, and he believed combat should be man-to-man.
Class 100+; while using constructs created by the ring Guy is effectively able to lift/move tremendous weights far heavier than 100 tons with little effort. Without the ring Guy possesses the strength of a man his age,height and build who enages in regular exercise making him capable of press lifting at least his own weight.
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Warrior is a monster.
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|Brakmarian Badge (Quest Items)||(0)||100|
The higher their lvl, the greater their aggress-range against Bontarians. (10 squares witnessed) They are believed to have an agression range of one square per 10 levels, but it can increase, depending on mob size and level, a bonus of 2-4 squares has been seen, in addition to the 10 maximum if a level 100 is present.
|The following is based on Fallout Tactics and some details might contradict canon.|
The Warrior was the nickname of the Player Character in Fallout Tactics. Unlike the Chosen One, he was not a descendant of the Vault Dweller or any of the Vault 13 people. He was a tribal recruited by the Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel as an Initiate. General Simon Barnaky believed he would be a great commander, and after all, he was right. The warrior successfuly accomplishes one mission after another, faster than anyone before him achieving new ranks. Later, he became a legend in the Brotherhood and a new General.
It was the warrior who won the faction war that took place in Chicago, by defeating the threats of an alliance of local raiders, a psychic tribe of Beastlords, who were able to control animals of the wastes, and Gammorin's super mutants, the remnants of the Master's army. However, his greatest deed is winning the war against Calculator's robots. In the end, the warrior either became one with the Calculator, allowed someone else to do this, or simply destroyed the Calculator. Judging on the information about the Midwestern Brotherhood of Steel in Fallout 3, the warrior probably chose to destroy the machine.
The Warrior (ウォリアー Woriā), also known as the Fighter (戦士 Senshi lit. soldier) or the Knight (ナイト Naito), is a Job that appears in various games in the series. It is one of the core basic jobs within the Job System.
Fighters are characterized by equipping swords, shields, and armor, and having high physical stats. The Warrior is usually one of the first obtainable jobs in each game, and variations such as the Dark Knight or Paladin are built up upon its profile. Warriors' abilities include the ability to Cover for an ally, and take physical damage for them. They can also null out physical attacks and have the ability to equip a weapon using two hands, thus increasing its attack power (the downside to this is now the character cannot equip a shield). In later installments, Warriors were given the ability to lower the stats of their opponents.
As an invaluable asset to most parties, the Warrior is often a first choice when it comes to picking a team. The Warrior's upgrade, the Knight, is an even greater source of physical power.
The Warrior is a job ability granted at the beginning of the game by the Wind Crystal. It is a basic, straight forward fighter. The stronger version, the Knight, received from the Fire Crystal is an even greater powerhouse.
When the Wind Crystal shatters, the Knight job class is granted to the party. The class focuses on strong attack and defending abilities.
As Paine's default Dressphere, the Warrior class is available from the beginning of the game. The Warrior sports abilities for both elemental attacks and for assaults on an opponent's stats.
The Warrior is one of the base classes available in the game, with well-balanced overall stats. The Warrior mostly uses physical, offensive abilities.
A type of Sky Pirate (Final Fantasy XII) enemy is called a Knight and uses hard-hitting melee attacks over defensive moves.
The Knight job is available early on in the game. It is a good physical attacker and uses abilities targeted at a foe's stats and equipment.
The Warrior is a Bangaa exclusive job, which is almost the same as the Soldier, Marche's default job. It uses attacks that affect opponents' stats. The human-exlusive Fighter is a more powerful class with more physical attacks for both close and long-range. The Knight job of this game is known as Mog Knight. It is the job class exclusively for the Moogles, and one of the jobs of that race that depends on physical attacks.
Warriors and Fighters both make a return in Tactics A2. Mog Knight has its name changed to Moogle Knight.
The Knight is a class with very high defense and moderate attack power. It wields an arsenal of offensive abilities.
To represent the original Final Fantasy in Dissidia, the Warrior class was chosen to be a character. He is simply named the Warrior of Light.
In the Duel Colosseum, when selected, the Knight job card increases the card selection area by one. Effect is lost after losing a battle or when the card is no longer selected.
Fighter from the NES version of Final Fantasy III
Knight from the NES version of Final Fantasy III
Bartz from Final Fantasy V as a Knight.
Clavat Warriors in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
Lilty Warrior in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
Chocobo as a Knight in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon
|Animist - Assassin - Bard - Beastmaster - Bishop - Black Mage - Berserker - Blue Mage - Cannoneer - Chemist - Dancer - Dark Knight - Dragoon - Elementalist - Fencer - Freelancer - Gambler - Geomancer - Gladiator - Gunner - Illusionist - Juggler - Machinist - Mime - Monk - Ninja - Onion Knight - Oracle - Paladin - Ranger - Red Mage - Rune Knight - Sage - Samurai - Scholar - Sky Pirate - Soldier - Summoner - Templar - Thief - Time Mage - Warrior - White Mage - Viking|
|Final Fantasy III|
|Devout - Evoker - Magic Knight - Magus|
|Final Fantasy V|
|Mystic Knight - Necromancer|
|Final Fantasy X-2|
|Floral Fallal - Full Throttle - Machina Maw - Mascot - Festival-Goer - Psychic|
|Final Fantasy XI|
|Corsair - Puppetmaster|
|Final Fantasy Tactics|
|Ark Knight - Arithmetician - Astrologer - Celebrant - Cleric - Deathknight - Divine Knight - Dragonkin - Fell Knight - Game Hunter - Holy Knight - Netherseer - Nightblade - Princess - Rune Knight - Skyseer - Sorcerer - Squire - Sword Saint|
|Final Fantasy Tactics Advance|
|Animist - Biskmatar - Defender - Hermetic - Judgemaster - Gadgeteer - Morpher - Mog Knight - Runeseeker|
|Final Fantasy Tactics A2|
|Agent - Arcanist - Chocobo Knight - Flintlock - Green Mage - Heritor - Keeper - Lanista - Master Monk - Moogle Knight - Nightshade - Parivir - Raptor - Ravager - Spellblade - Tinker - Trickster|
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The Warrior is the only core melee profession (the Assassin and the Dervish are available in the Factions and Nightfall campaigns, respectively) and has many skills designed to enhance the use of swords, axes, shields, and hammers. Warriors wear the highest armor of any profession (though the Paragon has equal protection against non-physical damage), allowing them to trade hits with the biggest, meanest foes in the game. They also have the primary attribute Strength, which grants extra armor penetration when using attack skills. Many Warrior skills revolve around combining straight-up physical damage with crippling conditions. They also have access to stances which modify their abilities, and shouts to boost the party's performance or even impair enemies. The patron god of Warriors is Balthazar.
Anyone looking to use a sword, axe, or hammer should take Warrior as either their primary or secondary profession. Keep in mind that all characters are restricted to the armor and primary attribute of their primary profession, but even without the Warrior's armor and Strength some secondary warrior builds can be quite effective. Furthermore, taking Warrior as a secondary can be useful even for characters who will never use a melee weapon due to the Warrior's protective shouts and stances.
The Warrior is currently the only pure melee profession as all other melee professions have at least one attribute that is some form of magic.
The Warrior's primary attribute is Strength, which adds armor penetration to attack skills.
|Warrior • Ranger • Monk • Necromancer • Mesmer • Elementalist • Assassin • Ritualist • Paragon • Dervish|
Nick Crush is a professional wrestler, by the name of Warrior. Crush is from Cleveland,OH, a current resident his entire life. He is currently serving in UWE, alongside his Valet for his 15 year career, Valentina. [thumb | ]
Crush broke into the business with the help of the Grand Wizard. Crush would go to Kentucky(Without his parents knowledge) during the weekends, and wrestle for independent shows that the Grand Wizard set up for him, only to drive 8 hours back to his home, hoping his parents wouldn't be up by the time he got home. Crush claimed he never had a real job growing up, and that all he wanted to do was "Win the big one".
Warrior eventually made noise to the ears of former Japanease professional wrestler, Mashiro Chono (the then New Japan Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion). Chono invited Crush to an NJPW taping, and depending on his attitude towards NJPW and Japan all together, Crush would sign on for the New Japan Project.
New Japan Pro Wrestling
Crush debuted with NJPW on November 5th 1986, and stayed until he recieved a call from Tod Gordon to sign on with Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1993. Crush debuted what would be his most recognizable character to date, Warrior.
Warrior was a "Blatant rip-off of "The Ultimate Warrior" claims Crush. Crush would go around, sporting either face-paint, or a mask with face-paint. Warrior, however, wouldn't wrestle too much in New Japan Pro Wrestling, due to a knee injury he suffered at the hands of Kejii Mutoh. Crush was seemingly put on the back-burner of the company, and because of that, Crush felt his style wasn't being used up to par, and decided to take his pink slip on January 2nd, 1992. Crush would continue to wrestle on the indy circuit on and off, until Tod Gordon gave him a call to come wrestle for the up and come Extreme Championship Wrestling(ECW).
Crush would debut in ECW against Stevie Richards on April 24th, 1993. Crush, being accepted highly from the ECW crowd, would always get "Mastermind", or "Anarchy" chants throughout the early days of his ECW career. However, Warrior was a heel, and had begun to insult the crowd. One notable event occurred on September 12th, 1993, to where a fan had heckled Crush so bad that he went by the fan, and told him to "Keep his mouth shut", thus escalating a confrontation to where the fan would jump the guardrail, only to be punch by Crush. Crush, feeling bad for the man, decided to send him a get well soon card, attached with two front row tickets for an upcoming live event.
Crush would eventually get his very first title opportunity in his career against Sabu on August 9th, 1995, at ECW Hostile City Showdown, for the TV Championship. Warrior, always mocking Sabu, and calling him a "Bad version of a Terrorist", would eventually lose to Sabu. Sabu, however, would get the worse of Crush, as Sabu needed 10 stitches on his right bicep. Crush always joked towards Sabu about it, however Sabu would rub the title win back in his face. Crush was told by Paul Heyman (Tod Gordan's replacement), that Crush would need to do something different to his character, just to distinct himself from all the other masked wrestlers in ECW at that time (Rey Mysterio Jr, Pyschosis, Juventud Guerra) in order to keep his job. Heyman, however was joking, but Crush took it seriously, and thats when he brought in his new valet, Valentina(Lizzy Borden) Borden and Crush were ECW's "Match made in extreme", however, Crush felt in real life, that Valentina was only wearing his character down. The next piece of history for Crush would be the Mass Transit Incident. Crush, who was running later to an ECW taping in Revere, Massachusetts, called Paul and told him to replace him. Crush's replacement was a fan by the name of Eric Kulas, who was impersonating a wrestler. Kulas got beat up badly by a wrestler named New Jack, so bad to where the kid had blood dripping everywhere, and the Kulas needed medical attention as soon as the match was done with. Crush noted that on the DVD "The Rise and Fall of ECW"(produced by WWE) he was "1000% responsible for this incident", However Heyman told him he did the right thing. The company was heading towards a close in 2001, and while ECW was trying to stay alive, Crush became the second-to-last ECW Champion. Crush would lose the title January 1st, 2001 to Rhyno.
Crush would not be heard of for quite some time, however that was only because he would be producing shows, such as "Hardcore Homecoming", and wrestling DVD's, such as "The Rise and Fall of ECW". Crush would later join XWA in the summer of 2007.
XWA (Xtreme Wrestling Association) informed Crush of their product. Crush went to their location the next week (Palatka, Florida) and visited backstage. Crush, impressed by XWA, would sign a contract through 2009. However, it came to a short close when Crush asked for released exactly one month later (February 4th,2007). Crush, once again, would not be heard of until May 1st, 2008, when he signed with UWE(Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment)
Crush would show up to the UWE Souled Out PPV, to make his debut against fellow UWE debuter, Dime. Crush, however would lose the match. The following week, on UWE Showdown, Crush would have his first match, only to lose once again.
The Rise and Fall of ECW-DVD ECW Hardcore Revolution-Video Game ECW Anarchy Rulz-Video Game Masermind Matches-Straight-to-DVD release ECW Magazine-Cover of ECW Magazine January 1999 Edition
Nicknames "The Leader of the Anarchy"-ECW/UWE "The Anarchist"-NJPW/Early ECW "The Mastermind"-All Promotions
Signature Moves Train Wreck(Irish whip into clothesline) Big Boot Downfall(Reverse Twist of Fate) SideJacker(Stomp on Ribs)-ECW Twisted Version(Hard Swinging Neckbreaker)-NJPW
History of character is unknown.
Warrior could refer to:
Warrior could refer to several things:
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Warrior monsters are perhaps one of the most versatile, if not the most versatile Monster Type. Many support cards exist for the Warrior Type, and many useful monsters are categorised under the Warriors. Nearly all the Elemental Hero and Destiny Hero monsters are Warriors, in addition to Amazonesses, Dark Scorpions, D.D., Knight, Silent Swordsman, Mystic Swordsman, Sasuke Samurai, Six Samurai, and Cyber Girls.
Warriors also have two Structure Decks, Structure Deck 5: Warrior's Triumph and Structure Deck: Warrior's Strike.
In the OCG, Warriors are called Soldiers.
|Notable Warrior-Type Monsters|
|* Armed Samurai - Ben Kei
|* Reinforcement of the Army
|* Ryu Kokki|
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