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First appearance

Guy Gardner: Warrior #25
(November, 1994)

History

Warriors was a super-hero themed bar and eatery owned by Guy Gardner. Located in midtown Manhattan, the bar functioned similarly to that of other trendy restaurants such as Planet Hollywood or Hard Rock Café. Although the décor spotlighted many famous super-heroes such as Superman and Wonder Woman, a particualar bias was given to members of the Green Lantern Corps. Despite their tumultous history with one another, Guy Gardner maintained a special corner of the bar in honor of the (then-deceased) former Green Lantern, Hal Jordan. Several colorful characters have been known to work at Warriors including Lady Blackhawk, Arisia and Wildcat (Ted Grant). The restaurant was destroyed during a battle with the yellow fear entity known as Parallax.

Guy began establishing a new Warriors, but this restaurant was located on the planet of Oa. He had Kyle Rayner and several Green Lantern rookies help out with the renovations. [1]

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Guild Wars

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Warriors

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 primary Warrior's base armor provides 80 armor and an additional +20 armor versus physical damage. A starting primary Warrior begins with 20 base energy and 2 energy recovery.

The Warrior's primary attribute is Strength, which adds armor penetration to attack skills.

Profession Combinations

See Secondary professions for a Warrior

Attributes

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Starwars

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Warrior could refer to several things:


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Yugioh

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This article refers to the Archetype. For the Type, see: Warrior. For the opening theme, see: WARRIORS
Warriors

The Synchro Warriors

Japanese (kanji and furigana)

ウォリアー

Rōmaji

Woriā

Japanese translated

Warrior

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Warrior

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Warriors are a series of primarily Warrior-Type monsters which are used by Yusei Fudo. All of their Japanese names are comprised of English words wrote in Japanese phoentics followed by 「ウォリアー」 ("Warrior").

In the anime, Yusei uses a series of "Warrior" Synchro Monsters, all of which require a corresponding "Synchron" Tuner to Summon. In the manga, he uses "Warrior" Synchro Monsters that do not require a corresponding "Synchron".

The non-synchro Warriors seem to work in conjunction with the Synchrons to easily Summon out the Synchro Warriors or any other Synchro Monsters. For example, "Level Warrior" can change its level to make a Synchro Summon easier. "Turret Warrior" + "Nitro Synchron" = Nitro Warrior, or "Junk Synchron" + "Speed Warrior" = "Junk Warrior, or "Drill Synchron" + "Shield Warrior" = "Drill Warrior" . In addition, "Turbo Synchron" and "Nitro Synchron" can be used with "Junk Warrior" to Synchro Summon their Warrior counterparts.

Each "Warrior" that requires a Synchron follows its own distinctive color scheme and has a different Attribute. There is currently no WATER "Warrior" Synchro.

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City of Heroes

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From City of Heroes Wiki

Overview

The Warriors are a medium level street gang that can be fought mainly in Striga Isle and Talos Island in City of Heroes and through newspaper missions in City of Villains. They are almost certainly based off the street gang from the film of the same name[1].

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Background

Warriors official info ( Copied from the City of Heroes official website [2] )

All Warriors wear this icon in the back of their jackets. This is, probably, the group's logo

The Warriors are a fierce street gang in Paragon City. They operate primarily out of the Talos Island and Striga Isle zones. Their membership is wide and varied, and they don’t seem to discriminate based on ethnicity, race, or religion. The one common trait that all members share is the ability to fight and to fight well.

The Warriors take their inspiration and colors from ancient Greek soldiers, emblazing their jackets with the image of a crested hoplite helm. They also wear ornate bracers, and many sport detailed tattoos depicting ancient battles. However, their camouflage pants, torn vests, and combat boots are all trappings of modern urban warfare. As a final touch, perhaps symbolizing the glorious crests of their heroes, they all wear red headbands.

The rank-and-file street soldiers of the Warriors consist of Bruisers, Slicers, Slammers, and Choppers. The Warriors train exhaustively in the use of archaic weapons, such as one-handed crossbows, broad swords, and battle axes. This intensive training regime has made them tougher than most street gangs, and they dominate any encounter with the Hellions or Skulls.

Lieutenants tend to carry longbows to target high-flying blasters and teleporting defenders, but their real mastery is in their up-close work. Crushers carry heavy maces, which they use to bash their enemies to a pulp. Swordsmen, called “Slashers” by everyone on the street, are experts with the blade, able to demonstrate both finesse and ferocity. Chopper lieutenants, called “Hewers” among themselves, wield brutal axes and are capable of dealing out gruesome damage.

The Warriors’ martial skills are also seemingly enhanced by some exposure to magical energies. Nowhere is this enhancement clearer than among the bosses, although some suspect that the lieutenants and even some of the street soldiers have also benefited from a magical blessing. The Smasher Elite, Slasher Elite, and Hewer Elite are not only expert fighters, but are magically tough and resilient. Inexperienced heroes may be surprised the first time they land a powerful blow to see the Warrior laugh it off and strike back just as hard.

The Elite rule the roost and run the day-to-day activities of the gang. Although they commonly engage in many base gang activities, like extortion, robberies, and protection rackets, their focus is primarily on the buying and selling of mystical artifacts – running the magical black market, as it were. This often puts the Warriors in conflict with the Circle of Thorns. The Warriors seem to have neutral or even positive connections to the Outcasts and Hellions, however, two other gangs focused on the trade of magical artifacts. The Warriors have had a long-standing rivalry with the Trolls and the Freakshow, but their greatest enemies are the Tsoo, who constantly threaten to usurp their territory and drive them out of Talos Island.

While a number of the Warriors’ bosses have been captured by heroes and served time in the Zig – bosses like Heracles, Alexander, Aeneas, and Patrochus – reports are sketchy on who truly leads the gang. Rumors suggest a man named Odysseus founded the Warriors after he stole a magical artifact from a defeated hero, or possibly did a favor for the Circle of Thorns, or even sold his soul to an Arachnos mystic. To date he has remained hidden, directing his soldiers from the highest levels.

Villain types

Minions

Warrior Bruiser

Warrior Bruiser

A little education can be a dangerous thing. The members of the gang known as the Warriors take their inspiration from ancient Greek heroes and soldiers. They seem to favor the old school weapons over democracy, literature and art.

Powers

Hand Crossbow Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage
Small rapid fire Handheld Crossbow.

Boxing Melee, Smash, Foe Disorient
A decent punch that has a small chance to Disorient foes.

Kick Melee, Moderate Damage, Smash, Foe Knockdown
A modest kicking attack that has a small chance to knock opponents down.

Brawl Melee, Smash
When all else fails, use your own 2 fists.


Warrior Chopper

Warrior Chopper

A little education can be a dangerous thing. The members of the gang known as the Warriors take their inspiration from ancient Greek heroes and soldiers. They seem to favor the old school weapons over democracy, literature and art.

Powers

Hand Crossbow Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage
Small rapid fire Handheld Crossbow.

Gash Melee, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe Knockdown
Gash your opponent with your Battle Axe. This attack is fairly quick for such a large weapon, and can knock down foes.


Warrior Slammer

A low level Warrior, during a relics smuggling operation

A little education can be a dangerous thing. The members of the gang known as the Warriors take their inspiration from ancient Greek heroes and soldiers. They seem to favor the old school weapons over democracy, literature and art.

Powers

Hand Crossbow Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage
Small rapid fire Handheld Crossbow.

Bash Melee, Smash, Low Damage, Weak Foe Disorient
Smash your opponent with your Medieval Mace. This quick attack can sometimes Disorient your opponent.


Warrior Slicer

A little education can be a dangerous thing. The members of the gang known as the Warriors take their inspiration from ancient Greek heroes and soldiers. They seem to favor the old school weapons over democracy, literature and art.

Powers

Hand Crossbow Ranged, Lethal, Low Damage
Small rapid fire Handheld Crossbow.

Hack (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Lieutenants

Crusher

The Crushers are experienced Warriors who specialize in the use of maces. Altough they prefer to get up close and personal with their enemies, Crushers also carry guns in case they need to take down a faraway foe.

Powers

Bow Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Typical Long Bow. Long Range and deadly.

Bash Melee, Smash, Low Damage, Weak Foe Disorient
Smash your opponent with your Medieval Mace. This quick attack can sometimes Disorient your opponent.

Pulverize Melee, Smash, Moderate Damage, Weak Foe Disorient
Pulverize does solid damage and can sometimes Disorient your opponent. Slower than a Bash, but deals more damage.

Clobber Melee, Smash, Low Damage, Foe Disorient
Clobbers your opponent with your Mace. This attack does little damage, but can leave most opponents Disoriented for a very long time.

Shatter Melee, Smash, High Damage, Strong Foe Knockback
This devastating attack Shatters a single opponent and really sends him flying.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal(20%), resist Knockback
Warriors are resistant to smashing and lethal damage and Knockback.

Hewer

The age old axe has always been a popular weapon, especially for those looking to quickly cause great ammounts of gruesome damage with both speed and finess. That description sums up the Choppers perfectly.

Powers

Bow Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Typical Long Bow. Long Range and deadly.

Gash Melee, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Knockback
Gash your opponent with your Battle Axe. This attack is fairly quick for such a large weapon, and can knock down foes.

Chop Melee, Lethal, High Damage, Foe Knockback
The Chop deals heavy damage, altough it is much slower than Gash. This attack can knock back a target.

Beheader Melee, Lethal, Very High Damage, Foe Knockdown
Swings your Battle Axe horizontally at neck level. Deals very high damage, and can send a target flying. However, this attack is very slow.

Pendulum Melee, Cone, Lethal, Very High Damage, Foe Knockback
This devastating attack swings your Battle Axe in a wide arc in front of you. All foes in its arc are dealt a serious blow, and are sent flying!

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal, resist Knockback
Warriors are resistant to smashing and lethal damage and Knockback.

Slasher

Warrior Slasher

Altough they prefer to be called Swordsmen, everyone refers to these Warriors as the Slashers. They are experts at swordplay, and can swing with both finesse and ferocity, making them very dangerous in close combat.

Powers

Bow Ranged, Lethal, Moderate Damage
Typical Long Bow. Long Range and deadly.

Hack (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Slash (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Parry Melee, Minor Damage, Lethal, Self +Defense
You can use this power to Parry incoming melee attacks. The Parry itself does minor damage, but every successful hit will increase your Defense against melee attacks for a short while

Whirling Sword (Melee, Lethal, Damage over Time, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal(20%), resist Knockback
Warriors are resistant to smashing and lethal damage and Knockback.

Bosses

Hewer Elite

Those Warriors most experienced with the axe can work themselves into a wild frenzy as they heedlessly chop through the opposition. The more damage they do, the more confident and resilent they become, shaking off damage in their berserker blood lust. 

Powers

Crossbow Ranged, Lethal, Medium Damage, Foe Knockdown
The Heavy Crossbow is slower to reload that the Hand Crossbow, but it has much longer range, deals more damage and can knock down foes.

Gash Melee, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe Knockdown
Gash your opponent with your Battle Axe. This attack is fairly quick for such a large weapon, and can knock down foes.

Chop Melee, Lethal, High Damage, Foe Knockback
The Chop deals heavy damage, altough it is much slower than Gash. This attack can knock back a target.

Beheader Melee, Lethal, Very High Damage, Foe Knockback
Swings your Battle Axe horizontally at neck level. Deals very high damage, and can send a target flying. However, this attack is very slow.

Pendulum Melee, Cone, Lethal, Very High Damage, Foe Knockback
This devastating attack swings your Battle Axe in a wide arc in front of you. All foes in its arc are dealt a serious blow, and are sent flying!

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal, resist Knockback
Warriors are resistant to smashing and lethal damage and Knockback.

Slasher Elite

Some of the finest swordsmen on the streets, the Swordsmen Elite are experts at using their blades for both offense and defense. They are very tough and resilent fighters, resistent to both smashing and lethal damage.

Powers

Crossbow Ranged, Lethal, Medium Damage, Foe Knockdown
The Heavy Crossbow is slower to reload that the Hand Crossbow, but it has much longer range, deals more damage and can knock down foes.

Hack (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Slash (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Parry Melee, Minor Damage, Lethal, Self +Defense
You can use this power to Parry incoming melee attacks. The Parry itself does minor damage, but every successful hit will increase your Defense against melee attacks for a short while

Whirling Sword (Melee, Lethal, Damage over Time, Lethal) Foe -Defense
The Warrior has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal, resist Knockback
Warriors are resistant to smashing and lethal damage and Knockback.

Smasher Elite

Smasher Elite

These Warriors have been around long enough that they can not only dish out pain, they can take it as well. On the streets of Paragon City, one doesen´t survive long as a mace wielder without building up a resistance to smashing attacks.

Powers

Crossbow Ranged Lethal, Medium Damage, Foe Knockdown
The Heavy Crossbow is slower to reload that the Hand Crossbow, but it has much longer range, deals more damage and can knock down foes.

Bash Melee, Smash, Low Damage, Weak Foe Disorient
Smash your opponent with your Medieval Mace. This quick attack can sometimes Disorient your opponent.

Pulverize Melee, Smash, Moderate Damage, Weak Foe Disorient
Pulverize does solid damage and can sometimes Disorient your opponent. Slower than a Bash, but deals more damage.

Clobber Melee, Smash, Low Damage, Foe Disorient
Clobbers your opponent with your Mace. This attack does little damage, but can leave most opponents Disoriented for a very long time.

Shatter Melee, Smash, High Damage, Strong Foe Knockback
This devastating attack Shatters a single opponent and really sends him flying.

Resistance Auto, Self +Resistances: Smash, Lethal, resist Knockback
Warriors are resistant to smashing and lethal damage and Knockback.

Named Enemies

Warrior Quantum Gunner (Minion)

A little education can be a dangerous thing. The members of the gang known as the Warriors take their inspiration from ancient Greek heroes and soldiers. They seem to favor the old school weapons over democracy, literature and art.

Powers

Quantum Array Gun (Ranged, Negative) Foe -Recharge, -Speed
Your attack and Movement rate have been slowed by the Quantum Array Gun.

Lieutenant Quantum Gunner (Lieutenant)

Altough they prefer to be called Swordsmen, everyone refers to these Warriors as the Slashers. They are experts at swordplay, and can swing with both finesse and ferocity, making them very dangerous in close combat.

Powers

Quantum Array Gun (Ranged, Negative) Foe -Recharge, -Speed
Your attack and Movement rate have been slowed by the Quantum Array Gun.

Elite Bosses

Heracles

Main Article: Heracles

This Warrior tough has stolen Stephanie Peebles´ wedding band. It would mean a lot to her if you could get it back

Powers

Exploding Bolt Ranged, Area of Effect, Lethal, Foe Knockdown
Exploding Crossbow Bolts can knock down foes.

Hack (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
Heracles has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Slash (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
Heracles has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Slice Melee, Cone, Lethal, Moderate Damage, Foe -Defense
You Slice your sword in a wide arc, attacking all enemies in front of you. Slice does less damage than Slash, but can hit multiple foes and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Moderate.

Parry Melee, Minor Damage, Lethal, Self +Defense
You can use this power to Parry incoming melee attacks. The Parry itself does minor damage, but every successful hit will increase your Defense against melee attacks for a short while

Whirling Sword Melee, Point Blank Area of Effect, Lethal, Damage over Time, Lethal, Foe -Defense
You perform a Whirling Sword maneuver, attacking all foes in melee range. This attack wounds your opponents, causing them to take minor damage over time and reduces their defense. Damage: Moderate, Recharge: Slow.

Head Splitter (Melee, Lethal) Foe -Defense
Heracles has lowered your Defense with his Broad Sword.

Resistance
Heracles has Stephanie Peebles Wedding Band, which grants him special resistance.

Named enemies

  • Anton (Slasher Elite)
  • Blade King Caesar (Slasher Elite)
  • Bronze (Slasher Elite)
  • King Mace (Smasher Elite)
  • Lukas Morakis (Slasher Elite)
  • Mace Master (Smasher Elite)
  • Pythagoras (Slasher Elite)
  • Seneschal (Slasher Elite)
  • Search Leader (Hewer Elite)

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