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  • Bushido – azjatycki gang, występujący w Need for Speed: Carbon, kontrolujący dzielnicę Downtown. Jego szefem jest Kenji. Jeśli gracz zacznie karierę wybierając Mazdę RX-8 jako pierwszy samochód, pierwszym gangiem, z jakim będzie miał styczność, będzie właśnie Bushido. Członkowie Bushido jeżdżą wyłącznie autami tuningowanymi. Na samochodach gangu znajduje się charakterystyczne zielono-czarne malowanie z białymi znakami, które w języku japońskim oznaczają "Bushido" (武士道).
  • O bushido é o tradicional código de conduta dos guerreiros tamuranianos, que diz que um samurai que fracassa em sua missão precisa cometer um suicíduo ritual para se redimir.
  • thumb|right|200px|Samurai in volle wapenuitrusting Bushido (Japans letterlijk "weg van de krijger", 武士道, bushidō) was de veronderstelde erecode van de samurai. Bushido zou een strikte code zijn die loyaliteit, trouw en eer tot de dood eiste. Wanneer een samurai niet zijn eer kon handhaven, kon hij deze terug verdienen door ritueel zelfmoord (seppuku) te plegen.
  • Bushido (武士道 Takeshido lit. Way of the Samurai in the Japanese version)is a skill introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. It is the personal skill of Ryoma.
  • Bushido was the grandson of Mifune and eventually a mediator to the hidden villages.
  • "Bushido" is the eighth episode of Miami Vice's second season. The episode premiered on November 22, 1985 and repeated on February 28, 1986 and July 17, 1987.
  • Bushido is a spell.
  • Bushido ist eine behinderte japanische Lebensphilosophie die unter anderem dazu da ist scheiße die heiß ist und dumm onanieren lässt zu kompensieren.
  • Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi (born 28 September 1978), better known as Bushido, is a German rapper. The word "bushido" is Japanese and means "Way of the Warrior". He also uses the pseudonym Sonny Black, based on Dominic Napolitano. As of 2009, he sold more than 1.5 million albums in Germany alone.[1] He is the owner of the record label ersguterjunge and entrepreneur in the real estate industry.[2]
  • No, really.
  • (Aus Wikipedia der freien Enzyklopädie) Bushido (* 28. September 1978 in Bonn; bürgerlich Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi), auch bekannt unter dem Pseudonym Sonny Black, ist ein deutscher Rapper aus Berlin, dessen Stil sich an den US-amerikanischen Gangsta-Rap anlehnt. Er ist zudem Inhaber des Plattenlabels ersguterjunge und Unternehmer im Bereich der Immobilienwirtschaft.
  • Bushido ([Busch-ai-du] nach George Bushs epochalem Satz: "Yes, I do.") alias So.n Blök, geborener Mohammed Yussef Faschischi ist ein überaus authentischer, international erfolgreicher tendenziell deutschsprachiger Volksmusikant ("Karel Gott des Rap"). Er verkörpert die Straße, er strahlt Gefahr aus, ist ehrlich, erdig, ungeschminkt, "grimmig und Furcht einflößend" (GQ), seine Beats sind heißer als eine von der Wüstensonne versengte Saharadüne.
  • Bushido is a Japanese philosophy, roughly analogous to the Western concept of chivalry. It translates to "the way of the warrior."
  • Bushido bezeichnet: * den Berliner Rapper Bushido * die britische Band Bushido
  • Bushido, literally "the Way of the Warrior" in the language of Hachiman, is a code of honour and behaviour upheld by the Samurai. If a Samurai falls short of the strict demands of this code repeatedly, e.g. cowardice or rudeness, Bushido demands his suicide or "seppuku". In the Fighting Fantasy gamebook, Sword of the Samurai, this is represented by the player's honour score.
  • Ryuku Orsono is a silent Japanese warrior who is named Bushido. He is silent because he only speaks Japanese. He gains revenge because of the death of his mother. Appears in the Screen Blat cartoons. * Toon Bushido resembles Sylvester the Cat. * Mahata Bushido is a parody of Mahata Gandhi. * Bushimaru Nara is a parody of Shikamaru Nara.
  • Bushido is one of the many honorary Titans from the 2003 show Teen Titans and comics. He is a skilled swordsman and skilled at martial arts.
  • Bushido - kodeks honorowy ozumskich wojowników - samurajów. Kategoria:Ozumu
  • Bushido is a Fable that enhances the user's swordsmanship manifested from their willpower and spirit. It is utilized by Runa Kikuichi.
  • My friend told me the best way to see how you do bushido by people speaking English so you can understand it is by watching a movie called Ghost Dog. I rented it but it just had this black dude doing stuff forever and no bushido-crazy chinks going A-cha! so I fast-forwarded though most of it. I started to watch some about halfway through but then my girlfriend called and is like “My dog is having palpitations” and blah blah blah and says I need to go with her to the vet or whatever. Anyway, by the time I got done telling her she can just go by herself with her damn dog the Giants game was about to start and I wasn’t really watching the movie anyway so I turned it off. But it doesn’t really matter, everyone pretty much knows that bushido is all about ninjas kicking ass, no questions asked.
  • thumbBushido es una de las bandas de corredores que aparecen en Need For Speed Carbon el lider de esta banda es Kenji,hasta que fue derrotado por "el jugador".
  • Literally meaning "way of the warrior," Bushido was the code by which nearly all samurai in Rokugan strived to live.
  • A cold weather specialist and graduate of the Cold Weather Leaders Course, Bushido was inspired by famed ninjas Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow, and taught himself the ninja arts in Iceland. He wears a samurai helmet like his father did.
  • Bushido (Japanese 武士道 Bushi-dō) is a Grass-Type Pokémon and the final evolution of Bushy, created by Cherubperson11 for Generation VIII. It evolves from Plantor starting at Level 32.
  • Bushido is a single player Trophy featured in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory HD. It is unlocked when the player completes the Kokubo Sosho mission, after they've saved Admiral Toshiro Otomo from dying.
  • Die Bushido (jap. 武士道, wörtlich: "Weg des Kriegers") sind die vorherrschende Crew der Downtown Palmont Citys. Der Anführer der Crew ist Kenji.
  • A character with Bushido as well as the Parrying skill will be able to block with a sword, though their defense chance with an actual Shield is lowered as they progress as a Samurai. Bushido also offers the only method in the game to entirely avoid direct spell damage: The Evasion ability. A Samurai with 50 Bushido or above may activate the Perfection system by honoring a target creature. This grants a damage bonus dependant on consecutive hits. At 90 skill, it becomes possible to use Bushido in place of Animal Taming for the purpose of controlling and riding Lesser Hiryus.
  • Bushido (武士道) significa literalmente, "caminho do guerreiro" - era um código de honra não-escrito e um modo de vida para os samurais (a classe guerreira do Japão feudal ou bushi), que fornecia parâmetros para esse guerreiro viver e morrer com honra. "Seguir o bushido, é dar ênfase à lealdade, fidelidade, auto sacrifício, justiça, modos refinados, humildade, espírito marcial e honra acima de tudo, morrer com dignidade". go de honra não-escrito e um modo de vida para os samurais (a classe guerreira do Japão feudal ou bushi), que fornecia parâmetros para esse guerreiro viver e morrer com honra.
  • , literally "the way of the warrior", is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry. The Bushido originates from the samurai moral code stressing frugality, loyalty, martial arts mastery, and honor unto death. Born from Neo-Confucianism during times of peace in Tokugawa Japan and following Confucian texts, Bushido was also influenced by Shinto and Zen Buddhism, allowing the violent existence of the samurai to be tempered by wisdom and serenity. Bushidō developed between the 9th and 20th centuries and numerous translated documents dating from the 12th to 16th centuries demonstrate its wide influence across the whole of Japan, although some scholars have noted "the term bushidō itself is rarely attested in premodern literature."
  • Bushidō (武士道) expanded and formalized the earlier code of the samurai, and stressed frugality, loyalty, mastery of martial arts, and honour to the death. Under the bushidō ideal, if a samurai failed to uphold his honor he could regain it by performing Seppuku (ritual suicide).
  • Bushido 武士道 Bushidō, meaning "way of the warrior," is a Japanese code of conduct and a way of life, analogous to the European concept of chivalry. Bushido developed between the 11th to 14th centuries. The ethical and moral foundations of Bushido were formalized into Japanese Feudal Law during the opening years of the Tokugawa shogunate for the members of the Samurai class. According to the Japanese dictionary Shogakukan Kokugo Daijiten: "Bushido is defined as a unique philosophy (ronri) that spread through the warrior class from the Muromachi (chusei) period."
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  • 1986-02-28
  • 1987-07-17
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Shippuden
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English Voice
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  • Cheshire, Katarou
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  • Repeat Airdate
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  • Previous Episode
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  • 19
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  • Bushido
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Poison
  • 200
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  • Samurai
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  • 43
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  • Episode
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  • 39
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  • 162.1
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  • Hobby
ATK
  • 39
meso
  • 17000
ircchannel
  • #cnbushido
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Japanese Voice
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aspd
  • Fast +3
Bug
  • 200
smos
  • Strategy
Row 10 info
  • "Bought and Paid For"
Row 5 title
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  • TV Rating
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  • Anbu
unnamed character
  • No
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  • 1985-11-22
  • Titans Annual #1
Row 3 title
  • Origin
  • Airdate
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  • 42
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  • Hollis Queens, New York
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  • Do-Gooder
Voice
Stand
  • 11042016
Job
  • Thief
GEN
  • VIII
Water
  • 50
Team
  • Multi-Colored
Residence
  • Japan
Date
  • Oct 2010
YouTube
Branch
Origin
  • Japan
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  • Parrying
Age
  • 16
Speed
  • 2
  • 4
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  • Katana
  • Martial Arts, Swords, Axe
Slots
  • 7
Fire
  • 200
Habitat
  • Forest
Other
  • Way of the Warrior
Game
  • Resident Evil: Revelations 2
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  • B-Boy
  • Ryuku Orsono
Hair
  • Black
Name
  • Bushido
  • Bushido
  • Ryuko Orsono "Bushido"
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  • Handgun
  • One-hand Sword
Romaji
  • Bushido
  • Bushi-dō
DOB
  • Unknown
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  • The Bonding Between Bullies
  • Homecoming - Part 2; Calling All Titans!; Titans Together''
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  • A threatening sword in which the words 'Lethal Attack' are engraved.
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  • Stärke
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  • Overgrow
Drop
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  • Bushido
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  • 75
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  • 0.0
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  • Grass King
Media
  • Anime, Manga, Game, Movie
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Image size
  • 200
  • 250
Color
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  • #B00000
  • #4E4848
  • #C11B17
Views
  • 511000000
Cabinet
  • Emperor: Hobgoblin I
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  • Peak Human Agility
  • Master Swordmanship Skills,
  • Peak Human Durability,
  • Peak Human Reflexes,
  • Peak Human Strength,
  • Peak Martial Arts Skills,
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  • Bushido
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Purchase
Family
  • Mother
  • Dead Mother
  • Bushimaru Nara
  • Mahata Bushido
  • Toon Bushido
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  • Bushido
NPC
Classification
  • Samurai
Friends
Motto
  • "The true essence of a man is not what he has, but what he does."
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  • Male
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  • Ryuku Orsono
  • Lloyd S. Goldfine
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  • Samurai
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  • 25
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  • Critical rate +10, damage +2 and damage received -2 if the user's Level is higher than their support unit's.
  • *Weapon Attack: +70
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  • Bushido
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  • Bushido – azjatycki gang, występujący w Need for Speed: Carbon, kontrolujący dzielnicę Downtown. Jego szefem jest Kenji. Jeśli gracz zacznie karierę wybierając Mazdę RX-8 jako pierwszy samochód, pierwszym gangiem, z jakim będzie miał styczność, będzie właśnie Bushido. Członkowie Bushido jeżdżą wyłącznie autami tuningowanymi. Na samochodach gangu znajduje się charakterystyczne zielono-czarne malowanie z białymi znakami, które w języku japońskim oznaczają "Bushido" (武士道).
  • O bushido é o tradicional código de conduta dos guerreiros tamuranianos, que diz que um samurai que fracassa em sua missão precisa cometer um suicíduo ritual para se redimir.
  • thumb|right|200px|Samurai in volle wapenuitrusting Bushido (Japans letterlijk "weg van de krijger", 武士道, bushidō) was de veronderstelde erecode van de samurai. Bushido zou een strikte code zijn die loyaliteit, trouw en eer tot de dood eiste. Wanneer een samurai niet zijn eer kon handhaven, kon hij deze terug verdienen door ritueel zelfmoord (seppuku) te plegen.
  • Bushido (武士道 Takeshido lit. Way of the Samurai in the Japanese version)is a skill introduced in Fire Emblem Fates. It is the personal skill of Ryoma.
  • Bushido was the grandson of Mifune and eventually a mediator to the hidden villages.
  • "Bushido" is the eighth episode of Miami Vice's second season. The episode premiered on November 22, 1985 and repeated on February 28, 1986 and July 17, 1987.
  • Bushidō (武士道) expanded and formalized the earlier code of the samurai, and stressed frugality, loyalty, mastery of martial arts, and honour to the death. Under the bushidō ideal, if a samurai failed to uphold his honor he could regain it by performing Seppuku (ritual suicide). In an excerpt from his book Samurai: The World of the Warrior, historian Stephen Turnbull describes the role of seppuku in feudal Japan: In the world of the warrior, seppuku was a deed of bravery that was admirable in a samurai who knew he was defeated, disgraced, or mortally wounded. It meant that he could end his days with his transgressions wiped away and with his reputation not merely intact but actually enhanced. The cutting of the abdomen released the samurai’s spirit in the most dramatic fashion, but it was an extremely painful and unpleasant way to die, and sometimes the samurai who was performing the act asked a loyal comrade to cut off his head at the moment of agony. Bushidō was widely practiced, varying little over time, and across the geographic and socio-economic backgrounds of the samurai, who at one time represented up to 10% of the Japanese population. The first Meiji era census at the end of the 19th century counted 1,282,000 members of the "high samurai", allowed to ride a horse, and 492,000 members of the "low samurai", allowed to wear two swords but not to ride a horse, in a country of about 25 million. Bushidō includes compassion for those of lower station, and for the preservation of one's name. Early bushidō literature further enforces the requirement to conduct oneself with calmness, fairness, justice, and propriety. The relationship between learning and the way of the warrior is clearly articulated, one being a natural partner to the other. Other parts of the bushidō philosophy cover methods of raising children, appearance, and grooming, but all this may be seen as part of one's constant preparation for death—to die a good death with one's honor intact, the ultimate aim in a life lived according to bushidō. Indeed, a "good death" is its own reward, and by no means assurance of "future rewards" in the afterlife. Notable samurai have throughout history held such aims or beliefs in disdain, or expressed the awareness that their station—as it involves killing—precludes such reward, especially in Buddhism. On the contrary, the soul of a noble warrior suffering in hell or as a lingering spirit is a common motif in Japanese art and literature. Bushidō, while exhibiting the influence of Dao through Zen[1]Buddhism, is a philosophy in contradistinction to religious belief, with a deep commitment to propriety in this world for propriety's sake.
  • Bushido is a spell.
  • Bushido ist eine behinderte japanische Lebensphilosophie die unter anderem dazu da ist scheiße die heiß ist und dumm onanieren lässt zu kompensieren.
  • Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi (born 28 September 1978), better known as Bushido, is a German rapper. The word "bushido" is Japanese and means "Way of the Warrior". He also uses the pseudonym Sonny Black, based on Dominic Napolitano. As of 2009, he sold more than 1.5 million albums in Germany alone.[1] He is the owner of the record label ersguterjunge and entrepreneur in the real estate industry.[2]
  • No, really.
  • (Aus Wikipedia der freien Enzyklopädie) Bushido (* 28. September 1978 in Bonn; bürgerlich Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi), auch bekannt unter dem Pseudonym Sonny Black, ist ein deutscher Rapper aus Berlin, dessen Stil sich an den US-amerikanischen Gangsta-Rap anlehnt. Er ist zudem Inhaber des Plattenlabels ersguterjunge und Unternehmer im Bereich der Immobilienwirtschaft.
  • Bushido ([Busch-ai-du] nach George Bushs epochalem Satz: "Yes, I do.") alias So.n Blök, geborener Mohammed Yussef Faschischi ist ein überaus authentischer, international erfolgreicher tendenziell deutschsprachiger Volksmusikant ("Karel Gott des Rap"). Er verkörpert die Straße, er strahlt Gefahr aus, ist ehrlich, erdig, ungeschminkt, "grimmig und Furcht einflößend" (GQ), seine Beats sind heißer als eine von der Wüstensonne versengte Saharadüne.
  • Bushido is a Japanese philosophy, roughly analogous to the Western concept of chivalry. It translates to "the way of the warrior."
  • Bushido bezeichnet: * den Berliner Rapper Bushido * die britische Band Bushido
  • Bushido, literally "the Way of the Warrior" in the language of Hachiman, is a code of honour and behaviour upheld by the Samurai. If a Samurai falls short of the strict demands of this code repeatedly, e.g. cowardice or rudeness, Bushido demands his suicide or "seppuku". In the Fighting Fantasy gamebook, Sword of the Samurai, this is represented by the player's honour score.
  • , literally "the way of the warrior", is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry. The Bushido originates from the samurai moral code stressing frugality, loyalty, martial arts mastery, and honor unto death. Born from Neo-Confucianism during times of peace in Tokugawa Japan and following Confucian texts, Bushido was also influenced by Shinto and Zen Buddhism, allowing the violent existence of the samurai to be tempered by wisdom and serenity. Bushidō developed between the 9th and 20th centuries and numerous translated documents dating from the 12th to 16th centuries demonstrate its wide influence across the whole of Japan, although some scholars have noted "the term bushidō itself is rarely attested in premodern literature." Under the Tokugawa Shogunate, aspects of bushidō became formalized into Japanese feudal law. The word was first used in Japan during the 17th century. It came into common usage in Japan and the West after the 1899 publication of Nitobe Inazō's Bushido: The Soul of Japan. In Bushido (1899), Inazō wrote: ...Bushidō, then, is the code of moral principles which the samurai were required or instructed to observe.... More frequently it is a code unuttered and unwritten.... It was an organic growth of decades and centuries of military career. Nitobe was not the first person to document Japanese chivalry in this way. In his text Feudal and Modern Japan (1896), historian Arthur May Knapp wrote: "The samurai of thirty years ago had behind him a thousand years of training in the law of honor, obedience, duty, and self-sacrifice.... It was not needed to create or establish them. As a child he had but to be instructed, as indeed he was from his earliest years, in the etiquette of self-immolation."
  • Ryuku Orsono is a silent Japanese warrior who is named Bushido. He is silent because he only speaks Japanese. He gains revenge because of the death of his mother. Appears in the Screen Blat cartoons. * Toon Bushido resembles Sylvester the Cat. * Mahata Bushido is a parody of Mahata Gandhi. * Bushimaru Nara is a parody of Shikamaru Nara.
  • Bushido is one of the many honorary Titans from the 2003 show Teen Titans and comics. He is a skilled swordsman and skilled at martial arts.
  • Bushido - kodeks honorowy ozumskich wojowników - samurajów. Kategoria:Ozumu
  • Bushido 武士道 Bushidō, meaning "way of the warrior," is a Japanese code of conduct and a way of life, analogous to the European concept of chivalry. Bushido developed between the 11th to 14th centuries. The ethical and moral foundations of Bushido were formalized into Japanese Feudal Law during the opening years of the Tokugawa shogunate for the members of the Samurai class. According to the Japanese dictionary Shogakukan Kokugo Daijiten: "Bushido is defined as a unique philosophy (ronri) that spread through the warrior class from the Muromachi (chusei) period." Inazo Nitobe (1862 - 1933), author of Bushido: The Soul of Japan describes Bushido as an unwritten code: "...Bushido, then, is the code of moral principles which the samurai were required or instructed to observe. It is not a written code; at best it consists of a few maxims handed down from mouth to mouth or coming from the pen of some well-known warrior or savant. More frequently it is a code unuttered and unwritten, possessing all the more the powerful sanction of veritable deed, and of a law written on the fleshly tablets of the heart. It was founded not on the creation of one brain, however able, or on the life of a single personage, however renowned. It was an organic growth of decades and centuries of military career."
  • Bushido is a Fable that enhances the user's swordsmanship manifested from their willpower and spirit. It is utilized by Runa Kikuichi.
  • Bushido (武士道) significa literalmente, "caminho do guerreiro" - era um código de honra não-escrito e um modo de vida para os samurais (a classe guerreira do Japão feudal ou bushi), que fornecia parâmetros para esse guerreiro viver e morrer com honra. "Seguir o bushido, é dar ênfase à lealdade, fidelidade, auto sacrifício, justiça, modos refinados, humildade, espírito marcial e honra acima de tudo, morrer com dignidade". Bushido é formado e influenciado pelos conceitos do Budismo, Xintoísmo e Confucionismo. A combinação dessas doutrinas e religiões, formaram o código de honra do guerreiro samurai, conhecido como bushido. O Budismo se relaciona com o bushido, através do destemor do perigo e da morte. O samurai não temia a morte pois acreditava nos ensinamentos budista, que pregava a vida após a morte. Voltaria no encargo de guerreiro em suas contínuas reencarnações. Os samurais não tinham medo do perigo, as técnicas de meditação do Zen, foram usadas como um meio de limitar esse temor. Com os ensinamentos Zen, os samurais buscavam entrar em harmonia com seu Eu interior e com o mundo a sua volta. O desapego era a base do samurai, com a pratica do desapego, o samurai se tornou a maior casta de guerreiros que já existiu. Bushido foi influenciado também, pelos preceitos do Xintoísmo, como a lealdade, o patriotismo, e a reverência aos seus antepassado. Com tal lealdade para com a memória de seus ancestrais, os samurais empenham essa mesma reverência ao imperador e ao seu daimyo ou senhor feudal. Xintoísmo também fornece importância para patriotismo com seu país, o Japão. Eles crêem que a Terra não existe apenas para suprir as necessidades das pessoas. "É a residência sagrada dos deuses, dos espíritos de seus antepassados..." A Terra deve ser cuidada, protegida e alimentada por um patriotismo intenso. O Confucionismo oferece ao bushido, sua crença em relação aos seres humanos e suas famílias. Confucionismo ressalta o dever filial e as relações entre senhor e servo, pai e filho, marido e mulher, irmão mais velho e mais novo e entre amigos, que são seguidas pelos samurai. Junto com estas virtudes, o bushido também prega a justiça, benevolência, amor, sinceridade, honestidade, e autocontrole. Justiça é um dos principais fatores no código do samurai, assim como o amor e a benevolência que são suntuosas virtudes dos samurais. Bushido, literalmente traduzido, significa "Caminho do Guerreiro", bushi "guerreiro" do "caminho". Neste sentido, o ideograma para caminho, em japonês, é equivalente à forma chinesa “Tao”, e exprime o conceito filosófico de absoluto. Este conceito traz a idéia de origem, princípio e essência de todas coisas. "O bushido, significa a vida total do guerreiro, sua devoção a espada, seu respeito às normas ditadas pelo Confucionismo. Não é apenas um sistema de ética a ser seguido pelas classes sociais. É a estrada do cosmo, os vestígios sagrados dos Céus, apontando o Caminho". – O Livro Dos Cinco Anéis. No geral, guerreiro é aquele que busca seu próprio caminho. Muitas pessoas podem estar perfeitamente buscando o caminho sem saber disso. Guerreiro é a pessoa que tem um objetivo, e que por meio deste, passa a ter consciência de seu dom e suas limitações. Através dessa consciência, o guerreiro atinge sua meta, combinada com a vontade de vencer fraquezas, temores e limitações. go de honra não-escrito e um modo de vida para os samurais (a classe guerreira do Japão feudal ou bushi), que fornecia parâmetros para esse guerreiro viver e morrer com honra. "Seguir o bushido, é dar ênfase à lealdade, fidelidade, auto sacrifício, justiça, modos refinados, humildade, espírito marcial e honra acima de tudo, morrer com dignidade". Bushido é formado e influenciado pelos conceitos do Budismo, Xintoísmo e Confucionismo. A combinação dessas doutrinas e religiões, formaram o código de honra do guerreiro samurai, conhecido como bushido. O Budismo se relaciona com o bushido, através do destemor do perigo e da morte. O samurai não temia a morte pois acreditava nos ensinamentos budista, que pregava a vida após a morte. Voltaria no encargo de guerreiro em suas contínuas reencarnações. Os samurais não tinham medo do perigo, as técnicas de meditação do Zen, foram usadas como um meio de limitar esse temor. Com os ensinamentos Zen, os samurais buscavam entrar em harmonia com seu Eu interior e com o mundo a sua volta. O desapego era a base do samurai, com a pratica do desapego, o samurai se tornou a maior casta de guerreiros que já existiu. Bushido foi influenciado também, pelos preceitos do Xintoísmo, como a lealdade, o patriotismo, e a reverência aos seus antepassado. Com tal lealdade para com a memória de seus ancestrais, os samurais empenham essa mesma reverência ao imperador e ao seu daimyo ou senhor feudal. Xintoísmo também fornece importância para patriotismo com seu país, o Japão. Eles crêem que a Terra não existe apenas para suprir as necessidades das pessoas. "É a residência sagrada dos deuses, dos espíritos de seus antepassados..." A Terra deve ser cuidada, protegida e alimentada por um patriotismo intenso. O Confucionismo oferece ao bushido, sua crença em relação aos seres humanos e suas famílias. Confucionismo ressalta o dever filial e as relações entre senhor e servo, pai e filho, marido e mulher, irmão mais velho e mais novo e entre amigos, que são seguidas pelos samurai. Junto com estas virtudes, o bushido também prega a justiça, benevolência, amor, sinceridade, honestidade, e autocontrole. Justiça é um dos principais fatores no código do samurai, assim como o amor e a benevolência que são suntuosas virtudes dos samurais. Bushido, literalmente traduzido, significa "Caminho do Guerreiro", bushi "guerreiro" do "caminho". Neste sentido, o ideograma para caminho, em japonês, é equivalente à forma chinesa “Tao”, e exprime o conceito filosófico de absoluto. Este conceito traz a idéia de origem, princípio e essência de todas coisas. "O bushido, significa a vida total do guerreiro, sua devoção a espada, seu respeito às normas ditadas pelo Confucionismo. Não é apenas um sistema de ética a ser seguido pelas classes sociais. É a estrada do cosmo, os vestígios sagrados dos Céus, apontando o Caminho". – O Livro Dos Cinco Anéis. No geral, guerreiro é aquele que busca seu próprio caminho. Muitas pessoas podem estar perfeitamente buscando o caminho sem saber disso. Guerreiro é a pessoa que tem um objetivo, e que por meio deste, passa a ter consciência de seu dom e suas limitações. Através dessa consciência, o guerreiro atinge sua meta, combinada com a vontade de vencer fraquezas, temores e limitações. Cada pessoa trilha seu próprio caminho, já que existem vários caminhos como o caminho da cura pelo médico, o caminho da literatura pelo poeta ou escritor, e muitas outras artes e habilidades. Cada pessoa pratica de acordo com a sua inclinação. Por isso pode-se chamar de guerreiro, aquele que segue seu caminho específico. Porém, no bushido, a palavra guerreiro significa muito mais do que isso. O termo bushi não pode ser designado a qualquer um. O bushi é diferente, pois seus estudos do caminho baseiam-se em superar os homens. A casta guerreira se distingue das demais por sua fidelidade e honra, a palavra do guerreiro vale mais do que tudo. "Quando o gu'erreiro assume uma responsabilidade, mantém sua palavra. Os que prometem e não cumprem, perde respeito próprio, tem vergonha de seus atos e sua vida consiste em fugir, gastam mais energia dando desculpas para desonrar sua palavra, do que o guerreiro usa para manter seu compromisso. Ás vezes o guerreiro assume uma responsabilidade que resultará em prejuízo. Não torna a repetir esta atitude, mas honra o que disse e paga o preço de sua impulsividade". – Manual Do Guerreiro Da Luz. O caminho do guerreiro é o caminho da pena e da espada, esse conceito vem do antigo Japão feudal e determinava que a nobreza (bushi) dominasse tanto a arte da guerra quanto a leitura, e que ele deve apreciar ambas as artes. O bushi deve aprender o caminho de todas as profissões, se informar sobre todos os assuntos, apreciar as artes e quando não estiver ocupado em suas obrigações militares, deverá estar sempre praticando algo, seja a leitura ou a escrita, armazenando em sua mente a história antiga e o conhecimento geral, comportando-se bem a todo momento para ter uma postura digna de um samurai, tudo isso sem desviar do verdadeiro caminho, o bushido. A etiqueta deve ser seguida, todos os dias da vida cotidiana, assim como na guerra pelos samurais. Sinceridade e honestidade são as virtudes que avaliam suas vidas. Transcender um pacto de fidelidade completa e confiança esta ligado à dignidade. Os samurais também precisavam ter autocontrole, desapego e austeridade para manter sua honra, em função disso, podemos dizer que o samurai é o guerreiro completo e seu código de honra - o bushido - tem forte influência no estilo de vida do povo japonês e oferece uma explicação do caráter e da indomável força interior desse povo. Para o bushido, o caminho do guerreiro exige que a conduta de um homem seja correta em todos os sentidos, dessa forma, a preguiça é um mal que deve ser abominado. Mas existe problemas quando a pessoa se apóia no futuro, pois torna-se preguiçosa e indolente, já que deixam pra amanhã, aquilo que poderia ser feito hoje. Pessoas que agem dessa maneira, não seguem o verdadeiro preceito do bushido, que de um modo geral, é a aceitação resoluta da morte. "Um samurai deve antes de tudo ter sempre em mente, dia e noite, desde a manhã de ano novo, quando pega os palitos para tomar café, até a noite do último dia do ano, quando paga suas faturas, o fato de que um dia irá morrer. Essa é a sua principal tarefa”. – Bushido O Código Do Samurai – Daidoji Yuzan. Se o guerreiro tem plena consciência da morte, evitará conflitos, estará livre de doenças, além de ter uma personalidade com muitas qualidades e diferenciada às dos demais seres humanos. O guerreiro vive o presente sem se preocupar com o amanhã, de modo que quando contempla o rosto das pessoas, sente como se nunca mais fosse vê-los novamente, e portanto, seu dever e consideração as pessoas, serão profundamente sinceros. O verdadeiro guerreiro é aquele que aceita a morte, dessa maneira, ele não irá se meter em discussões desnecessárias que venham a provocar um conflito maior, já que assim ele pode acabar sendo morto, e isso talvez resultaria na sua desonra ou afligiria a reputação e nome de sua família. Se a idéia de morte é mantida, será cuidadoso e suscetível de ser discreto e não dirá coisas que ofendam às outras pessoas. Também não cometerão excessos doentios com a comida, bebida e sexo, usando a moderação e a privação em tudo, permanecendo livre de doenças e mantendo uma vida saudável. O guerreiro deve arder com a morte em desespero. “Naoshige disse uma vez: - O bushido significa a morte em desespero. Várias dezenas de samurais sadios não podem matar um único samurai (que arda com essa morte em desespero). Homens sadios, de mente calmamente bem-compostas não podem realizar um grande empreendimento. Você só precisa ficar desesperado a ponto de morrer. Se a discrição e a consideração do momento fundem-se com seu bushido, você na certa hesitará e ficará aquém de sua espreita”. – Bushido: O Caminho do Samurai - Tsuramoto Tashiro. Resumindo, bushi é aquele que segue o caminho do guerreiro. Miyamoto Musashi dizia: - Os homens devem moldar seu caminho. A partir do momento em que você ver o caminho em tudo o que fizer, você se tornará o caminho. Diretrizes do Bushido 義 - Gi - Retidão 勇 - Yu - Coragem 仁 - Jin - Benevolência 礼 - Rei - Respeito 誠 - Makoto - Honestidade 名誉 - Meiyo - Honra 忠義 - Chuugi - Lealdade
  • My friend told me the best way to see how you do bushido by people speaking English so you can understand it is by watching a movie called Ghost Dog. I rented it but it just had this black dude doing stuff forever and no bushido-crazy chinks going A-cha! so I fast-forwarded though most of it. I started to watch some about halfway through but then my girlfriend called and is like “My dog is having palpitations” and blah blah blah and says I need to go with her to the vet or whatever. Anyway, by the time I got done telling her she can just go by herself with her damn dog the Giants game was about to start and I wasn’t really watching the movie anyway so I turned it off. But it doesn’t really matter, everyone pretty much knows that bushido is all about ninjas kicking ass, no questions asked.
  • A character with Bushido as well as the Parrying skill will be able to block with a sword, though their defense chance with an actual Shield is lowered as they progress as a Samurai. Bushido also offers the only method in the game to entirely avoid direct spell damage: The Evasion ability. A Samurai with 50 Bushido or above may activate the Perfection system by honoring a target creature. This grants a damage bonus dependant on consecutive hits. At 90 skill, it becomes possible to use Bushido in place of Animal Taming for the purpose of controlling and riding Lesser Hiryus. This skill also counts towards your ability to perform Special Moves and gives a damage bonus to the Whirlwind special move.
  • thumbBushido es una de las bandas de corredores que aparecen en Need For Speed Carbon el lider de esta banda es Kenji,hasta que fue derrotado por "el jugador".
  • Literally meaning "way of the warrior," Bushido was the code by which nearly all samurai in Rokugan strived to live.
  • A cold weather specialist and graduate of the Cold Weather Leaders Course, Bushido was inspired by famed ninjas Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow, and taught himself the ninja arts in Iceland. He wears a samurai helmet like his father did.
  • Bushido (Japanese 武士道 Bushi-dō) is a Grass-Type Pokémon and the final evolution of Bushy, created by Cherubperson11 for Generation VIII. It evolves from Plantor starting at Level 32.
  • Bushido is a single player Trophy featured in Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory HD. It is unlocked when the player completes the Kokubo Sosho mission, after they've saved Admiral Toshiro Otomo from dying.
  • Die Bushido (jap. 武士道, wörtlich: "Weg des Kriegers") sind die vorherrschende Crew der Downtown Palmont Citys. Der Anführer der Crew ist Kenji.
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