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Warrior: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: Warrior cultures often incorporate a ________ around military leaders, are ruled by an elite warrior class, and may even have a warfare based economy.
Anti-cult movementProject MegiddoAPA Task Force on Deceptive and Indirect Techniques of Persuasion and ControlCult of personality

Question 2: Warrior codes often have common features and usually value honour in the forms of ________, loyalty and courage.
PantheismSoulFaithReligion

Question 3: Even true warriors of ordinary are ________, mercenary or a soldier.
Resistance movementWorld War IIResistance during World War IIAxis powers

Question 4: Warriors' ________ is dependent on following the code.
FeudVirtueCrimeHonour

Question 5: In ________, the vassals essentially form a military or warrior class, even if in actual warfare, peasants may be called to fight as well.
FascismMonarchyDemocracyFeudalism

Question 6: The classification of somebody who is involved in acts of violence may be a matter of perspective, and there may be disagreement whether a given person is a hooligan, gangster, pirates, terrorist, rebel, and ________.
OutlawFranceEnglandGermany

Question 7: In some feudal societies, the soldiery was provided through ________ of the peasant class.
Conscientious objectorConscriptionMilitary serviceUnited States

Question 8: ________ societies are not always warrior cultures, since although feats of arms are prized, there is not necessarily an emphasis on battle and war.
MonarchyFascismFeudalismDemocracy

Question 9: One later example of a purported group of fighting women is the legend of the ________ recorded in Classical Greek mythology.
AmazonsAlexander the GreatTrojan WarApollo

Question 10: A warrior culture is a culture that heavily emphasizes ________ and war and greatly prizes feats of arms.
Military historyMilitary strategySiegeBattle
















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