Warrior versus fighter 1

The fighter will show his or her power by using it offensively against any real or perceived opponent, at any place, at any time, under any circumstances. The warrior is he or she who is perennial strategic and tactical in the application of their power, distinguishing between real and symbolic opposition, appropriate and inappropriate locales for battle, right and wrong times for challenge, applicable types of weaponry and tools, and optimal moments to maximize their advantage. Most importantly, they are driven at all times by a goal towards a higher objective, thinking beyond the immediacy of the situation to that higher purpose. It is the critical difference between checkers, where the next move is important, and chess where the relevance of the next move is only calculable with reference to the nature of the game as a whole.


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