According to Eastern tradition, the pig is naive, straightforward and honest. He is aggressive and full of ambition, but completely lacking in guile. What the pig lacks in cunning he more than makes up in courage. As a fighter, his weight, tusks, and self-confidence are on his side, though his …Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the dog is loyal and faithful, diligent, clever, and energetic. He is tenacious to the point of obstinacy and uses this to his advantage in a fight, latching on with his and persistently maintaining his grip (it’s no wonder a synonym for stubborn is “dogged.”) Diligent, …Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the rooster is proud, disciplined and has a strong sense of duty. He is both brave and vicious when cornered, using his talons to lash out at any perceived threat. Proud, honest, strong sense of duty, ambitious but lacks foresight, self-confident, impatient, liked to show off.Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the monkey is intelligent, quick- minded, full of ideas, and has a knack for problem solving. His constant, energetic movement makes him difficult to corner and unpredictable in a fight. Clever, inventive, flexible, talented, passionate, self-discipline, a good politician, but moving constantly.Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the sheep generally has an artistic personality, and can be quite eccentric. He has great patience, which is probably the single most important quality in his fighting technique. Charitable, elegant in action and appearance, passionate in everything, stimulated easily to pity, good in the arts.Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the horse is characterized by its independence, its zest for life and its straightforward behavior. The horse is quick and clever. He is elegant and light on his feet when he fights, and his showmanship often takes precedence over practical strategy. Hot-tempered, quick, able to use …Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the snake is, above all things, seen as being wise. They are thinkers rather than talkers, and have calm, stable personalities. For this reason, as a fighter, the snake will often wait for his enemy to come to him, or move slowly with little detectable motion …Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the dragon is the luckiest of all the animals. They are healthy, full of vitality and successful at just about everything they try. They can be highly intelligent and talented, and are open and direct in all their dealings. The dragon, with regards to fighting style, …Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the rabbit is a happy creature: gifted and virtuous. He prefers the quiet life to excitement, and is satisfied by maintaining the status quo. Despite his passivity, he doesn’t like anything that threatens his security and will defend himself. Though he is of small stature, his …Continue Reading
According to Eastern tradition, the tiger is one of the bravest and most rebellious predators of the animal kingdom. Unpredictable and violent, the tiger is a ferocious fighter, giving him a dominant upper hand in combat. His self-confidence and willingness to take risks helps earn him a reputation that keeps …Continue Reading
The Ox, according to Eastern tradition, is quiet, patient, prudent, methodical and realistic. He is unhurried and moves slowly which may appear to others as if he is inefficient. Yet, like the practitioners of the Chinese art of Tai Chi, whose slow motions are equally formidable, if not more so …Continue Reading
As it is portrayed by Eastern tradition, the rat is a good worker. He is capable and self-confidant. Cunning and diligent, the rat can be seen moving quickly, darting in and out of tight spaces. Clever, creative, and adaptable, the rat can stop on a dime and change directions in …Continue Reading
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