Become a Samurai?

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A Samurai is a Japanese warrior who follows a strict code of honor to his noble Lord and to become one you must first learn Bushido, which is the warriors code. You must learn the history of Samurai in details then endeavor to become a weapon expert especially the sword, which is the most sacred weapon. Conduct yourself in a noble manner because the purpose of a Samurai is to support the system values of the Lord.
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1. Learn bushido, or the warrior's code. Bushido is the most central element to being a samurai. It governs the samurai's way of life, fighting and daily life. Bushido teaches ethical
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A Samurai is a member of a noble class of warriors from Japan's feudal system, dating back to the middle of the Heian period (794-1192), when clans of farmers and military officers
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To become a Samurai, you must have been born into a Samurai family. Only in rare instances could one, through great talent of swordsmanship or other related disciplines, be granted the privilege to uphold the way of the Samurai. Some managed through political favour, like English sailor William Adams, who was appointed a Samurai by shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu for being an important diplomat and trade advisor.
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