Warrior Hockey Sticks, Gloves, Helmets, Pads & Equipment
Warrior Pro Stock Hockey Equipment
Pro Stock Hockey sells a wide variety of Warrior Pro Stock equipment. Warrior is a premier manufacturer of elite pro stock hockey equipment, including sticks, gloves, pants and other protective equipment. Learn more about Warrior by visiting www.warrior.com
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Looking to the hit ice with NHL-level gear used by the likes of NHL stars, Zdeno Chara, Gustav Nyquist or Martin St. Louis? Then look no further than Warrior, one of the premier hockey gear manufacturers on the planet and a direct supplier to many NHL teams. What does this mean for you? That great pro stock gear is available after every season, often at a fraction of the price you’d pay for new or retail equipment. Pro Stock Hockey gives you the best of both worlds: top quality, fully customized Warrior hockey gear, manufactured specifically for NHL players — at cheap prices, often less than what you’d pay retail for standard equipment. This is a winning on-ice and on-budget proposition! Our lineup of Warrior franchise gear on sale here includes:
- Goalie pads
- Goalie sticks
- Goalie equipment
Warrior Hockey Gear: A Tough Legacy
Warrior got its start in 1992 with founder David Morrow, a former lacrosse player. Morrow took his company’s name from his old Birmingham, Michigan lacrosse team, The Warriors, and the company originally focused on making titanium lacrosse shafts. In 2005, the company acquired Innovative Hockey and began producing high-quality ice hockey gear including sticks, pads and protective gear. The brand is known not only for its innovation but sense of humor, often taking a more lighthearted approach to sport and equipment outfitting. Learn more about Warrior by visiting www.warrior.com
Two of the best-known Warrior stick users are Zdeno Chara and Martin St. Louis, with both opting for unique designs that set them apart from anyone else on the ice. Not surprisingly, Chara uses a massively long stick — 65 inches from knob to heel, which is the maximum the league will allow. What’s more, his Warrior stick has to be made incredibly stiff to keep it from acting like a rubber band every time he takes a swipe at the puck. Forwards know to watch for Chara, since he can seemingly cover the entire ice surface just by stretching out his arm. St. Louis also uses an extremely long stick in proportion to his 5 foot-8-inch frame, and has his Warrior stick customized with an extremely low lie to keep the blade flat on the ice while he’s puck handling. His vintage yellow stick is a fan favorite and is something you won’t find anywhere in a retail store!
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Considering a Warrior helmet, stick, or other protective equipment, but not sure if the price is right? Our pro stock Warrior hockey gear is supplied by NHL teams, but either never used or only used in practices. This gear comes with all the Warrior bells and whistles and you also get the benefit of:
- Best-in-class stick design, used by NHL forwards and defensemen. Remember, these pro stock warrior hockey sticks were custom made for NHL pros, designed and manufactured to the most exacting standards in the entire world of hockey. When you’re using a Pro Stock Hockey stick, you’re using the same thing that has passed every performance test possible in the toughest playing conditions possible — the NHL.
- Great prices! Because we buy in high volume, and due to the nature of the pro stock market, we can offer these fine Warrior items for sale at cheap prices — often well below retail. This allows you to use the best equipment money can buy … and still have money left over to celebrate after the next victory.
- A history of innovation across sports requiring precise stick handling and control.
- Warrior is recognized as an elite supplier of NHL gear, everything from pads to gloves to sticks and helmets.
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Warrior Covert QRL
Product Description: A high-end stick at a high-end price, Warrior Covert QRL delivers quick shots for pure goal scorers looking to top their game.
Released (and quickly turning out to be one of the best hockey sticks) in 2016, the flagship model of the low-kick Warrior line of sticks, Warrior Covert QRL, is specifically designed for quick release shots while shedding excess weight.
From the Manufacturer
Warrior Covert QRL: Construction
A one-piece stick with fully molded blade and shaft, Warrior Covert QRL is made of an improved (stronger and lighter than its predecessors) Minimus flat-woven, aerospace-grade carbon fiber that makes it extremely lightweight and well-balanced. Fiberglass reinforcement improves durability (40% over the QR1 stick).
The shaft has straight side walls with rounded corners and features a grip finish. The Dagger Tapper III is thinner at the top for lower flex and kick point and wider at the bottom to reduce blade torque, all of which makes the stick makes it very responsive. The tacky Pro CorTex grip features ridges for greater control.
The blade is Warrior’s TwinSpar structure, in which carbon structures connect the front and back for more durability and responsiveness, wrapped around the HardCore X Foam core for greater pop.
Warrior Covert QRL: Specifications
- One piece
- Weight: 409 grams
- Flex: 75 (60 in only), 85, 100, 110
- Kick point: Low
- Blade patterns and lies:
- W01-Lupul (60 in only): mid heel curve, 3/8 in deep, slightly open face, round toe; Lies 4/5/6
- W02-Lidstrom (60 in only): heel curve, open face, square toe; Lie 5
- W03-Backstrom: mid curve, 1/2 in deep, open face, round toe; Lies 4/5
- W05-Grandlund (60 in only): heel curve, 9/16 in deep, open face, round toe; Lie 5
- W16-Karlsson (60 in only): mid heel curve, 9/16 in deep, slightly open face, square toe; Lie 5
- W28-Yakupov (60 in only): toe curve, 1/2 in deep, open face, round toe; Lie 4
- W71-Pacioretty (60 in only): mid curve, 9/16 in deep, open face, round toe; Lie 5
- W88-Zetterberg: mid curve, 1/2 in deep, slightly open face, round toe; Lie 4
- Grip: Yes – Pro CorTex Grip / No – Clear
Warrior Covert QRL: Our Take
The Warrior Covert QRL is another gradual improvement on the already great earlier Covert models, with new materials and redesigned taper improving balance, weight, durability, and release velocity.
Warrior touts QRL’s “lightning quick release” as “one of quickest shot releases on the market,” and it is no exaggeration; improvements over its predecessors in the Covert line, including the QR1, are noticeable. Players using the QRL appreciate that it loads and releases energy more quickly. Its very low kick point and thin taper will please snipers who love their wrist and quick snap shots. Given how fast the game can be, the Covert QRL will help improve your shots if you are looking to step it up a notch.
Despite being a very lightweight ice hockey stick (10 grams lighter than its close competitor, Bauer Vapor 1X), the Warrior Covert QRL handles pucks well with a very responsive, stiff blade that enables you to know where the puck is at all time. On the flipside, the blade is perhaps a little too lively on hard passes and shots.
The Warrior Covert QRL stick is also more durable than its lightweight competitors among both Warrior sticks and other brands, retaining its new-stick feel over prolonged heavy use, provided you take few slap shots.
With orange and light-blue accents on a black stick, the Warrior Covert QRL is not only noticeable, it’s good looking on the ice.
The Warrior Covert QRL’s greatest drawback, price, puts this hockey stick in the same category as other brands’ high-end models: ideal for top goal scorers with no budget issues. With the QRL, however, you get what you pay for.
Professional ice hockey players who have used the Warrior Covert QRL include Max Pacioretty, Niklas Backstrom, Torey Krug, and Brendan Gallagher.
Warrior Covert QRL: Pros and Cons
- Quick release
- Balance and feel
Warrior Covert QRL: Verdict
A high-end stick at a high-end price, Warrior Covert QRL delivers quick shots for pure goal scorers looking to top their game.
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Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.
|“It was my idea to train your cats to fight in a Twolegplace. We didn’t come here to join your Clan. We came because we need your help.”|
|— Stick asking for Leafstar’s help to fight off Dodge’s group in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 390|
Stick is a brown tom with yellow eyes.
Stick is a rogue leader of his group that resided downstream in the Twolegplace near SkyClan’s old territory. He and his former mate, Velvet had a daughter, Red, and later on, Stick guided Firestar through the Twolegplace, before SkyClan was reformed. Stick resented Red’s relationship with Harley, a rogue from his rival group, and thought that Harley stole Red from him when she decided to join her mate. While tensions rise with Dodge, Stick and some of his cats sought help from SkyClan, but at first, they were made warriors by Leafstar; however, Stick revealed that he needed Leafstar’s help, not to join SkyClan. During the battle with Dodge’s rogues, Stick attacked Harley in anger, but Red leaped in the way and took the killing blow, which left Stick and Harley devastated by her death. Moons later, he helped lead Leafstar through the Twolegplace and still held a grudge against Harley.
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- Stick: “I can see you haven’t eaten for a long time. Have you come far?“
- Firestar: “Far enough. My name is Firestar.“
- Stick: “I’m Stick, and she’s Cora.“
- —Firestar and Stick’s first meeting Firestar’s Quest, page 158
- In Firestar’s Quest, when an exhausted and tired Firestar stumbles and gets lost in the Twolegplace, he meets Stick and Cora, two cats part of Stick’s group. Firestar thinks that they could be rogues similar to BloodClan, but realizes that they are kind and sympathetic. Stick and Cora offer Firestar some shelter and prey before letting another cat, Shorty, take Firestar to find his mate, Sandstorm.
- “Fear is your best weapon. Fear leaves you hollow, paralyzed, unable to think.“
- ―Stick to SkyClan SkyClan’s Destiny, page 268
- Instead of finding Firestar, Stick, Cora, Shorty, and Coal meet SkyClan and their leader, Leafstar. At first, the four cats become visitors for SkyClan, learning the ways of Clan life and help with fighting off rats. Stick teaches them the way of fighting in the Twolegplace, and afterwards, Leafstar makes the four cats warriors, but Stick and the others refuse to have warrior names. However, with some pressuring from Cora and Shorty, Stick reveals to Leafstar that they have come to ask for help, not to join SkyClan. Though reluctant to help fight, Leafstar is convinced by her deputy, Sharpclaw, and SkyClan accompanies Stick’s group to the Twolegplace. While fighting Dodge, Stick faces Harley and Red in the midst of battle, but his anger overfills him, and he attacks Harley, but Red jumps in the way of her mate, taking the killing blow. Stick is devastated over his daughter’s death, and Leafstar calls the battle to an end, demanding both groups to respect each other’s side of the Twolegplace.
- Harley: “I give you my word that none of you will be harmed until after the meeting is over.“
- Stick: “And what is your word worth?“
- Harley: “That’s not your affair. I’m not offering it to you. If you or any of your cats set paw in Dodge’s territory, you can expect trouble.“
- Stick: “Like I don’t know that!“
- —Harley meeting Stick in the Twolegplace Hawkwing’s Journey, pages 252-253
- In Hawkwing’s Journey, a driven out SkyClan goes to the Twolegplace and reunites with Shorty and the rest of Stick’s group. Though happy to see each other and horrid of the story behind it, Stick offers them a night to rest. When Dodge kidnaps a SkyClan apprentice, Curlypaw, Stick annoyingly tells them that it is no use to get her back, but Shorty defends SkyClan and reprimands Stick, reciting all of what SkyClan has done for them. Stick leads SkyClan to where Dodge is, but instead, they meet Harley, who Stick still has a grudge against because of their previous experiences. When Harley promises no fighting, Stick doesn’t believe him, thinking that his word is worth nothing. As Harley leads SkyClan away, Stick goes back to his own group.
- Stick is a tall and long-legged, scrawny brown tom with a torn ear. He has a scraped, ragged pelt, and yellow eyes.
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This list shows the victims Stick has killed:
|Stick’s warrior ceremony|
Personality and Relationships
- Stick is a loyal cat, who cares deeply for those within his group; however, he lets his anger get the best of him, especially when it becomes personal, though he lets it show too much. Stick is overprotective of his daughter, Red, and holds resentment of Harley, who is also part of his main rival’s group. For more of Stick’s personality and relationships, click here!
- Velvet: Living (As of SkyClan’s Destiny)
- Red: Deceased, residence unknown
= Gender Unknown
- Main article: Stick/Quotes
End of spoiler warning
Notes and references
- ↑ Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, chapter 13
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, chapter 35
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, chapter 16
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 214
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 84
- ↑ Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, page 158
- ↑ 7.07.1 Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, page 157
- ↑ 8.08.1 Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 82
- ↑ Revealed in Firestar’s Quest, page 156
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 268
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 457
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 246
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 247
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 95
- ↑ Revealed in SkyClan’s Destiny, page 134
Warrior Ritual CR1 Goalie Stick Review
Just 3-5 years ago, composite goalie sticks were almost unheard of in the NHL. Up until this point, goalies used wooden or foam core sticks. However, with the release of the Bauer 1S goalie stick (and for 2018, the Bauer 2S goalie stick), goalies started to break the trend.
During the 2017 / 2018 NHL season, we’ve started to see an unprecedented number of goalies using composite goalie sticks. For those that haven’t completely made the switch, Warrior remains a popular brand, or the Bauer 1X stick.
The Warrior Ritual CR1 goalie stick has taken the NHL by storm during the 2017/18 season. First handling of the stick, it’s well balanced and does feel light in the hand. One of the biggest differences between the Warrior stick and Bauer’s 2S stick, is the weight. Bauer’s feels a lot lighter side by side.
However, with that same thing being said, Warrior isn’t trying to be Bauer with this stick. They’ve developed a composite stick that’s far lighter than any other foam core stick on the market today and they’re slowly gaining market share with this approach.
We recommend buying the Warrior CR1 Goalie Stick with Pure Goalie.
One of the biggest reasons the Warrior CR1 goalie stick has become so popular in the NHL this season (2017/2018) is due to the fact that it’s very similar to a foam core stick many NHL goaltenders have previously used.
While the Bauer 1S stick has done really well at levels below the NHL, goalies in “the show” have been a little slower to make the transition. Changing gear can be challenging, especially with something as drastic a difference in weight. We anticipate the 2S making a big push during the 2018/2019 season with the summer to change over gear.
- New SlideGrip technology – does exactly what it says. Let’s the goalies hand slide down the stick more efficiently.
- VibexLite – Vibration Reduction Technology
- HiFused Construction – Super Light balanced feel
- Minimus Carbon 1000
- Clear gloss paddle
- Impact Fiber Layer – Improved shaft durability
- TwinSpar Paddle Reinforcement – Engineered to enhance shooting
Look, we’re in the business of posting goalie training drills on Instagram, so our reviews department has been a bit behind. On top of that, we believe that goalies should have multiple opinions when choosing gear, so we welcome an outside voice!
Here’s a solid video that outlines every bit of the Warrior CR1 (with bits about the design process).
Warrior has 4 different curves available for the CR series of sticks (and warrior sticks in general).
Warrior Covert QRE 4 Stick Junior
Warrior QRE4 junior start from 35 Flex stick gives the skater a traditional and comfortable feel in the hands thanks to the stick’s round edges and straight sidewalls. The Minimus 600 carbon offers a nice blend of fiberglass and carbon, giving skaters a big jump in comfort, playability, and performance over the QRE5 stick. The Minimus 600 is a lightweight, flat-weave carbon composite design that increases the performance of the stick’s construction technologies.
The QRE4 benefits from the new True 1 Phantom construction process the Covert line inherits from the Alpha line. Low co-molding construction provides a much truer one-piece feel, a big improvement over the fused two-piece construction used in past models. This new construction gives the skater improved efficiency and greater energy transfer for quicker, more intense shots.
The signature Covert super-low kick point has been sped up thanks to the new Edge Taper allowing for quicker releases on wrist and snap shots. The new Edge Taper is a new angular taper which drives energy created in the flex process through the hosel to help magnify power and provide a quick release. The unique shaft dimension helps to add torsional rigidity so the blade face remains square to the target, even with big shots; a welcome byproduct of this new design is a quicker release. The unique geometry improves the stick’s overall response and gives the skater an improved, more stable feel.
A full 12k carbon fiber weave in the blade helps to remove weight from the bottom portion of the stick, which in turn helps the player in two key ways: it promises a better balanced feel in the hands and, because there is less weight in the blade, a quicker release, since the recoil is just a little bit faster.
With these upgrades comes a new, two-toned look for the QRE4, with a flat finish throughout except for a gloss finish on the grip.
The QRE4 ice hockey stick is a great first hockey stick for the entry-level player who needs a quick-release stick with performance features, at a price point that get them on the ice.
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Walking stick company provides a leg up for veterans
Joe Daley has long had a love for finding sticks while exploring the area around the Scioto River in Ohio.
Once he finds a branch he likes along the river bank, he sands and varnishes it, turning it into a walking or hiking stick. He describes finding them as “therapeutic” for himself.
While making a trip down to the river in 2018, Daley met a man on the bank who he noticed was living out of his car. After telling the man why he was collecting sticks, Daley learned the man’s name was Paul, and that he was a homeless U.S. military veteran.
All Daley had was $36 from his wallet, but he felt that giving him the money was not enough.
“I knew I was gonna help him somehow,” Daley told Military Times. “I knew that the money was just very temporary.”
When Daley saw the sadness on Paul’s face after he handed over the cash, he realized that this veteran was looking for something more than money.
“Tell you what, if you’re interested, I would love to hire you to sand and varnish these walking sticks I found today,” Daley said to Paul, according to the River Walking Sticks website.
When Daley came back a few days later, he found the sticks finished to his liking. Though Paul is now receiving help and health treatment, the experience stuck with Daley and he wanted to continue his work to help the local veteran community.
That’s how he started River Walking Sticks, a company that employs veterans to make artisanal handstaffs.
“They’re tough guys – they’re very proud,” Daley explained about why Paul and other veterans in similar situations are hesitant to ask for help. “They don’t like to admit that [they need help].”
Fast-forward to the summer of 2021, River Walking Sticks now employs three veterans, with sights set on attracting more through a partnership with the homeless shelter Faith Mission in Ohio.
So far, River Walking Sticks sells four different designs for its walking sticks and canes. Each stick is custom can have an authentic, vintage military button built into it. The sticks are also named with a motivational saying and come with a short bio of the veteran that worked on it.
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In addition to employing veterans, River Walking Sticks also gives a portion of its proceeds to its partner Faith Mission and another organization that works to help veterans who struggle with ideas of suicide called Save A Warrior. Both of these are Ohio-based, like River Walking Sticks.
As River Walking Sticks grows, its mission listed on its website remains “to employ as many veterans as possible by selling thousands, maybe millions, of beautiful custom walking sticks.”
Daley also hopes to expand to a physical building in spring 2022 and hire more veterans to add to the line of walking sticks.
Caitlin O’Brien is a digital intern with Military Times. She started in January 2021. Caitlin attends Hofstra University where she is a double major in journalism and political science.
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90,000 “A true warrior does not like to fight …”
“A true warrior does not love
fight … “
a warrior means, first of all, to be
a fighter, to have an active life position, in any situation to be able to
fight and win. For a warrior, obstacles on the way to the goal are only
additional incentive to achieve it. As the saying goes: “temporary failure –
the inevitable path to success ”.
the parable of two frogs in milk. One of them, having soberly assessed their strengths,
I found the depth of the vessel and the height of its walls the most rational to fold the legs and
drown peacefully. The other, despite the hopelessness of the situation, continued
fight and flounder until she knocked all the milk into butter and could
still jump out to freedom. This is the military approach to business.
lives in constant readiness to fight, to fight, he is ready at any moment
meet death.Accordingly, he lives every day as the last day.
on Earth, every decision, every deed is the last in life. Only worth up to
end to be imbued with this sensation, the soul to accept the military way of life, as
many doubts, questions, petty worries, so poisoning our being, disappear
by themselves. The problems of morality and ethics of behavior are solved by themselves – the latter in
an act simply cannot be unworthy of life. Following the realization
the inevitability and necessity of death, its constant proximity comes
incomparable sense of pungency and fullness of life, surprisingly vivid perception
Peace, a sense of absolute freedom.
this is a free person by and large. This is not someone’s soldier at all, not
a puppet controlled by orders from above, not a mindless machine to guide
military action. The warrior coordinates all his decisions and actions, first of all, with his conscience, with his concepts of duty and honor, with with his God. The warrior is also free from the pressure of any authorities and
public opinion – they mean nothing to him. It has a clear
worldview, firm life position, own opinion and principles,
who are able to defend and assert.In accordance with other people’s orders and
instructions he acts only when they correspond to his own
beliefs and principles.
warriors are much more difficult than just soldiers: they cannot be ordered – only
to convince; they cannot be forced – only carried away; they can only be led to the right
a business. But on the other hand, united by a common idea, connected by a single goal, fulfilling
orders deliberately, as their own and going into battle “not for fear, but for
conscience “warriors are invincible – not like soldiers fighting under a stick or for
a warrior is not poisoned by such feelings as resentment, envy, anger. For example,
any person, faced with a dangerous beast, either enters the battle, or
flees. There are two outcomes – either a man overcomes the beast or the beast devours
person. In either case, it is simply stupid to be offended by this beast. It has
the meaning is only one – action.
in less critical situations, people tend to react in a simpler way: somewhere
keep silent, sacrifice something, make compromises with the enemy, with your own conscience.So then unspoken grievances and hidden anger grind the soul. The warrior is always , any impact reacts to with a response action – in word or deed.
Accordingly, there is simply no room for humiliating petty experiences. On
“Blow on the right cheek” the warrior will not “substitute his left”, so that later “humble
pride in yourself “, to crush in your soul dislike for the offender, trying to” love him as
yourself ”. He will either answer – with dignity and immediately, as they say “an eye for an eye” and
– no offense, or he will not answer at all, but only when he really does not
consider himself offended, for example by being attacked by a child or woman.Malice
in any case, the recent enemy will not harbor, as soon as the incident is
exhausted, may well become his friend.
known to the warrior and envy. Just because having found your destiny, your
place in life, it is difficult to wish for anything else. Well, in addition, in any business for
a warrior is important, first of all, victory. And it is just that you can neither buy nor take away.
Victory is nothing without a fight. Another’s struggle is another’s victory. Someone else’s victory is not
they envy as they do not envy someone else’s struggle.Are jealous of the bottom line
victories in the form of glory, titles, material wealth, and to these things true warriors
are simply indifferent.
the most destructive of human emotions is fear, for a warrior it is only habitual
a sense of danger, a necessary means of mobilizing vitality for the struggle.
Desperate, exhausting, soul-humiliating fear is not known to the warrior. Such fear
experienced in desperate situations, in front of a stronger opponent, irresistible
obstacle.For a warrior, those simply do not exist. As long as the warrior is alive – he
invincible and no one, nothing can be stronger than him. As long as the warrior is alive – he
fights, but in the fire of battles cold, sticky, slippery fear simply does not
a person who has chosen the path of a warrior as his life path, purposefully
walking along it is gradually freed from both envy and fear, he is no longer
knowing resentment and anger, he is disinterested and honest, that is, according to the wise ancient
by definition, he truly becomes “a knight without fear or reproach.”Such
there is simply no reason for a person without an urgent need to apply their
strength, to destroy their own kind, as, incidentally, and anything else. In fact, the true
warriors are the most peaceful people on Earth. Everything they do is done in the name
Peace, Goodness and Justice, according to the laws of Duty and Honor. Slightly paraphrasing
Carlos Castaneda can be said that “a true warrior does not like to fight at all –
he just does it well ”…
In accordance with the dialectic of the Trinity Law, the path of the warrior,
a military way of life, accessible not only to those born “warriors”, but also to “workers”
and “rulers”.Having embarked on the military path, acquiring the qualities inherent in a warrior, they,
nevertheless, they do not cease to be themselves, their inner essence does not change.
are fighting with the same thoroughness, methodical accuracy with which they would carry out
any other purely creative work. It is to them that such images belong and
comparisons as “deadly harvest”, “military labor”. They perform military tasks
diligently and accurately, carefully prepare all their actions, if possible
avoid accidents, danger, risk.Having mastered in a combat situation, they
are able to act very effectively and often live to win, if not
perish in the very first battles. But as voivods, commanders, commanders, they
become extremely rare – this is the lot of “rulers – warriors.”
truly happy born of a warrior and a warrior who became, who understood his vocation and
destiny, living exactly the kind of life that he likes, for which
it was created by the Gods. For the sake of such an awareness, it is not a pity for strength, time, or life.