Tag: Warrior


  • “Who are you?” asked Mintar

    “Who are you?” asked Mintar, leaning forward a bit, inspecting first me and then Talena, whom he regarded with small interest. “Tarl of Bristol,” I said. “And this is my […]

  • “Do not harm him,” said Kazrak.

    “Do not harm him,” said Kazrak. “He is my sword brother, Tarl of Bristol.” Kazrak’s remark was in accord with the strange warrior codes of Gor, codes which were as […]

  • “Can you read, noble masters?” asked Dorna.

    “Can you read, noble masters?” asked Dorna.“No,” said Florian.“Do you take us for scribes?” said Miles, apparently offended.“No, no, forgive me,” said Dorna. This exchange will be better understood if […]

  • Generally it is taken that there are five high castes

    Generally it is taken that there are five high castes, the Initiates, Scribes, Physicians, Builders, and Warriors, whose colors, respectively, are white, blue, green, yellow, and red. The Merchants often […]

  • Aside from candidates for the status of Warrior

    Aside from candidates for the status of Warrior, none of my caste was permitted to enter the Council armed. Had they been armed, my caste brothers in the last tier […]

  • Within the circle of each man’s sword

    “Within the circle of each man’s sword,” say the codes of the warrior, “therein is each man a Ubar.” “Steel is the coinage of the warrior,” say the codes. “With […]

  • The rations of Gorean warriors are often austere

    The rations of Gorean warriors, in the field, I am told, are often austere. A small sack of grain, commonly Sa-Tarna, the Life Daughter, is often carried in the pack, […]

  • “You wear no insignia on your shield,” he said

    “You wear no insignia on your shield,” he said. “You are outlaw.” Nomads of Gor, p. 33

  • “What is your city?” she inquired

    “What is your city?” she inquired.I wore no insignia on my garments, nor on my helmet or shield. The red of the warrior which I wore was now faded from […]

  • “The delay,” she said, “is rude, and inexcusable.”

    “The delay,” she said, “is rude, and inexcusable. I discover that a brutish warrior, a half-naked, meaningless slave, and my employee, White, are all here before me. I have priority […]


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