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  • Budo is a typical snobbish rich citizen of Kaineng City. He is also apparently impotent.
  • Terme japonais désignant un ensemble de pratiques semi-martiales effectuées par des gens voulant péter la gueule à tout le monde mais sans faire de mal. Aspect philosophique et spirituel desdites pratiques (Mais attention, on peut te casser la gueule quand même si on veut, hein !).
  • Budo aŭ Bhudo aŭ Budho aŭ Bhudho aŭ Budao ktp., propralingve बुद्ध, estas ĉefa dio de budismo. La vorto Budo signifas "vekiĝinto" aŭ "ilumiĝinto", estas honora titolo trovebla en pluraj hindidevenaj pensosistemoj, precipe en la budhismo, al kiu ĝi donis sian nomon.400px|righ|thumb|La Sankta Budo La budhismo mencias tri specojn da budhoj: * Movebla budo; * Fiksa budo; * Latrina budo; Laŭ theravado, la tri kategorioj atingis la saman liberigintan komprenon. Diferencaj estas la cirkonstancoj de tiu atingo, kaj la pedagogiaj kaj organizaj kapabloj de la tri.right|thumb|Sankta Mandalo
  • Born in Sacramento, California, Budo learned that his great-great-grandfather had been a fencing master one of the last great samurai warrior families in Japan. At age eighteen, he was given the family swords and learned various martial arts, including Iaido, "the art of the live blade." He has a fifth-degree black belt in Iaido, and is ranked high in other fighting arts. Despite his respect for ancient traditions, Budo spent much of his youth more interested in a heavy metal rock and roll lifestyle and riding his motorcycle.
  • Great General Budo (ブドー大将軍, Budō Daishogun) was one of The Empire's most feared and well-respected generals, as well as leading the Imperial Guard, the force in charge of protecting the palace. Noted for his immense strength and all-round battle prowess, he commanded a great deal of respect from his subordinates and other factions alike. Budo was a tall muscular man with spiky blond hair and blue eyes. He wore a dark gray suit of armor with his Teigu Adramelech, white pants and a red cloak. His shoulder guards were notably large and have yellow tomoe markings on them.
  • Budo (武道) is a term for Japanese martial arts. Traditional budo (from before the Meiji Restoration) is often referred to as koryu bujutsu, while more modern budo arts are called gendai budo. Budo is a compound of the kanji 武 (bu)—meaning war, warrior, fight, or fighter—and 道 (do)— meaning path or way. Similarly, bujutsu is a coumpound of the kanji characters 武 (bu) and 術 (jutsu) meaning technique or skill. * Kenjutsu * Kendo * Iaido * kobudo (weaponry).
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  • 10
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  • None
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  • Infantry
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  • Hand-to-Hand Combat Instructor
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Birthplace
  • Sacramento, California
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Weapon
  • Samauri Sword
Name
  • Budo
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  • Unknown
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  • Unknown
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Rank
  • 5
Specialty
  • Samurai warrior; Infantry; Hand-to-hand combat instructor
RealName
  • Kyle A. Jesso
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  • Sergeant
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  • Budo is a typical snobbish rich citizen of Kaineng City. He is also apparently impotent.
  • Terme japonais désignant un ensemble de pratiques semi-martiales effectuées par des gens voulant péter la gueule à tout le monde mais sans faire de mal. Aspect philosophique et spirituel desdites pratiques (Mais attention, on peut te casser la gueule quand même si on veut, hein !).
  • Budo aŭ Bhudo aŭ Budho aŭ Bhudho aŭ Budao ktp., propralingve बुद्ध, estas ĉefa dio de budismo. La vorto Budo signifas "vekiĝinto" aŭ "ilumiĝinto", estas honora titolo trovebla en pluraj hindidevenaj pensosistemoj, precipe en la budhismo, al kiu ĝi donis sian nomon.400px|righ|thumb|La Sankta Budo La budhismo mencias tri specojn da budhoj: * Movebla budo; * Fiksa budo; * Latrina budo; Laŭ theravado, la tri kategorioj atingis la saman liberigintan komprenon. Diferencaj estas la cirkonstancoj de tiu atingo, kaj la pedagogiaj kaj organizaj kapabloj de la tri.right|thumb|Sankta Mandalo
  • Budo (武道) is a term for Japanese martial arts. Traditional budo (from before the Meiji Restoration) is often referred to as koryu bujutsu, while more modern budo arts are called gendai budo. Budo is a compound of the kanji 武 (bu)—meaning war, warrior, fight, or fighter—and 道 (do)— meaning path or way. Similarly, bujutsu is a coumpound of the kanji characters 武 (bu) and 術 (jutsu) meaning technique or skill. Thus, budo is most often translated as "The way of war", "the way of the warrior", or "martial way". Budo more correctly represents a discipline and way of life specific to the Japanese warrior. It is distinguished by many terms representing the actual technical skills and techniques being practiced such as kyudo ("the way of the bow"), and kendo and kenjutsu ("way of the sword" and "sword techniques" or "sword skill"). Many consider budo the more modern form of a style, interpretation or evolution of the older or more miltaristic bujutsu style or strategy, although this interpretation itself is debated. The various martial styles all place their own individual emphasis on the development of what might be considered more "modern" versus "military" aspects of combat and personal development. Both budo and bujutsu represent a particular strategy or philosophy regarding combat systems with the terms rather loosely applied and often interchangeable. There is no test or standard to determine the classificaiton one way or another. Budo (way of war) or bujutsu (war techniques) include all the skills and techniques used by samurai and other Japanese warriors, comprising striking, grappling and weaponry. In modern times these have been broken apart and translated into what are commonly known as * Kenjutsu * Kendo * Iaido * kobudo (weaponry).
  • Born in Sacramento, California, Budo learned that his great-great-grandfather had been a fencing master one of the last great samurai warrior families in Japan. At age eighteen, he was given the family swords and learned various martial arts, including Iaido, "the art of the live blade." He has a fifth-degree black belt in Iaido, and is ranked high in other fighting arts. Despite his respect for ancient traditions, Budo spent much of his youth more interested in a heavy metal rock and roll lifestyle and riding his motorcycle. Though his military career caught the eye of Duke and Hawk, to enter the G.I. Joe team, Budo had to participate in an intense training program. Out of dozens of applicants, only three remained: Budo, Repeater and Lightfoot. Their first mission for the team soon followed, and it was the Joe team's "final exam": a true-life combat situation. The Picatinny weapons arsenal was being raided by Cobra forces. After their team leader, Grand Slam, was injured in a firefight, the three new Joes performed well and repelled the attackers, learning in the process that it was actually Destro's Iron Grenadier army disguised as Cobra who had attacked the arsenal. Budo continued on with the team, participating in many missions until the team was shut down.
  • Great General Budo (ブドー大将軍, Budō Daishogun) was one of The Empire's most feared and well-respected generals, as well as leading the Imperial Guard, the force in charge of protecting the palace. Noted for his immense strength and all-round battle prowess, he commanded a great deal of respect from his subordinates and other factions alike. Budo was a tall muscular man with spiky blond hair and blue eyes. He wore a dark gray suit of armor with his Teigu Adramelech, white pants and a red cloak. His shoulder guards were notably large and have yellow tomoe markings on them. Described as a man who rarely leaves the imperial training grounds, General Budo was a hardened man, with years of training and military hardship shaping him to his current state. As a general born from a celebrated lineage, Budo took great pride in his honor, and that of the empire. Unlike most generals, he didn't affiliate himself with the Prime Minister, instead downright detesting him. He even went on to state that once the rebels would be crushed, those who caused chaos in the country would incur his "wrath".