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Warrior’s Bible
By Eirik Bloodaxe


Being a neo-Viking, naturally my candidates for the warrior’s bible are the Eddas and Sagas, slammed together in one Dagwood Dog sandwich, if only the decaying Christian waste could be removed from them.

For most blokes though, something more generic is needed. I suggest Miyamoto Musashi, “A Book of Five Rings” and Sun-Tzu, “The Art of War,” to be your constant companions. Waiting for that meeting and some dopey cunt is late: meditate on Mushy or bask in Sun. Simple reading, but profound, grasshopper:

“You should not have a favourite weapon. To become over-familiar with one weapon is as much a fault as not knowing it sufficiently well. You should not copy others, but use weapons which you can handle properly. It is bad for commanders and troops to have likes and dislikes. These are things you must learn thoroughly.” Mushy

That advice sharped my whole approach to weapons training and acquisition.

“Victory [in warfare] belongs to the side

That scores most

In the temple calculations

Before battle” Sunny

Think, or stink.

The Great Train Wreck of the West

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PrOctober 12, 2017 7:50 PM UTC

Aren't all weapons and their use outlawed in Oz? If so, what are th legal consequences of having and using them?