Warrior Wisdom Fridays: Christmas With the Warrior, Part Three

 

 

At Christmastime, our selections of the Ultimate Warrior’s inspirational philosophy turn to his thoughts on this, the holiest of seasons, as codified in the text pieces of his 1996 comic book Christmas Special. Please enjoy a glass of eggnog and ruminate on what we may learn here about the true meaning of Christmas.

This has been Warrior Wisdom Fridays. We hope that you have been enlightened and entertained, and that you may take these lessons with you to improve yourself and others. Peace be with you, and Merry Christmas.

10 thoughts on “Warrior Wisdom Fridays: Christmas With the Warrior, Part Three

  1. This last months of ultimate sophistry truly have aided me in my path to inner peace. Thank you for letting the Warrior’s mind-bending advice lie in our humble path.

  2. So he is seen as a courier but in the “Universe of Destrucity” which I guess is 3 universes to the left of Marvels 616 Universe but just off of exit I-81 to Earth C he is seen differently in the mind of some and that is fortunate.

    So…what the hell do they see him as?

  3. DESTRUCITY! Perhaps my favorite new word of the last ten years.

    So, is the C in Destrucity a soft or hard sound? “Destru-kity”, or “Destru-sity”?

    I’m guessing the former, with the whole “Destruction” angle, but you never know. Anyone ever heard Warrior speak this word aloud? :)

  4. So the Warrior decides that the best way to gain followers is to declare war on one of the most beloved icons the world over.

    I guess if this doesn’t work he can always tackle the Pope or push Bono off an overpass.

  5. “This has been Warrior Wisdom Fridays. We hope that you have been enlightened and entertained, and that you may take these lessons with you to improve yourself and others. Peace be with you, and Merry Christmas.”

    No more WWF? :(

  6. @Isaac Sher- In his review of Warrior #1, The Spoony One (www.spoonyexperiment.com) hypothesised that “destrucity” was a portmoneax of “destiny, truce, reality” (this was possible thanks to The Ultimate Warrior giving a dictionary definition of the word as “a truce between one’s destiny and one’s reality), so it would be a soft C.

  7. Everyone should watch that review Spoony made to truly understand how crazy the Warrior really is (answer: Completely) and why it’s a bad idea to mention him and Santa Claus at the same time.