Those who wear it steel–believe me slow and clumsy because of my overweight. But if Walosi gave me this flesh is to give my soul a temple softer, stronger and sharper than any armor they may be burdened.
I hoped that would lead negotiations and that we would not have to surrender ourselves to the ritual duel: if that were the case, it would be warrior–thunder Walosi my opponent and, with my sword, I would be quickly exposed poisoned his blood. Perhaps at bare hands …
Contrary to what their name might suggest, the warriors Thunderbird are not professional fighters. The Aurloks being pacifists, they have no army in the strict sense. But daily life is based to a great extent on hunting, activity where the ability to quickly overwhelm a living is an essential quality. In wartime, this expertise is cleverly recycled and hunters are the first on the front with their hunting tools, whether weapons or firing contact. They then take the name of ayawisgi-Wakiya: Thunder-Warriors.
That lightning, they strike hard and fast, before disappearing into the vegetation and start over. They are nimble fighters whose speed is paramount: the face of heavily armed troops or professional soldiers, they have great difficulty making weight since the confrontation lingers too.
Thunder-Warriors Clan Toad hunters but make poor formidable warriors: promoting the robustness to speed, their toxic blood havoc in armed clashes.