The Canal's of The Great City of Kasra
These are part of the Canal System of The Great City of Kasra.
Only the Khan, Ubara and First Sword or those invited by the Khan or Ubara or First Sword are allowed here.
Any who enter here, who should not, will pay the ultimate price for their defiance.... death.
These Canal's, are patrolled at all ahn, by a large force of Kasra's City Guard and roaming patrol's of the Kasra Military Cavalry.
Any attempted raid's or attack's, of any kind upon either this gate or the Canal's will be declared an automatic failure, with ALL those attempting such killed.
" but to take truth for granted is not to know it. Truth not won is not possessed. We are not entitled to truths for which we have not fought." (Marauders of Gor, p.7)
"Do not ask the stones or the trees how to live; they cannot tell you; they do not have tongues; do not ask the wise man how to live, for, if he knows, he will know he cannot tell you; if you would learn how to live do not ask the question, its answer is not in the question but in the answer, which is not in words, do not ask how to live, but instead proceed to do so." (Maurauders of Gor, p.9)
"One must turn one's back in time upon the impenetrable wall." (Tribesmen of Gor, p.258)
"The meaning of history lies not in the future. It is like a range of mountains with many summits. Great deeds are the meaning of history. There are many meanings and many summits. One may climb different mountains at different times, but each mountain glows in the same sun." (Beasts of Gor, p.33)
"The machine and the animal must, I suspect, forever be at war, or until one conquers." (Beasts of Gor, p.57)
"I think it is better to build than it is to destroy." "Even though one's work may fall into ruin?" "Yes, even though one's work may fall into ruin." (Explorers of Gor, p.448)
"Too, such things as civilization, and friendship and interchanges depend muchly upon trust." (Blood Brothers of Gor, p.175)
"Civilized men, the small and pale, the righteous, the learned, the smug, the supercilious, the weak-stomached and contemptuous, stand upon the shoulders of forgotten, bloody giants." (Beasts of Gor, p.31)
"A sword must drink until its thirst is satisfied." (Guardsman of Gor, p.17)
"When a Gorean tells you to draw your blade, it is generally not wise to spend a great deal of time discussing the matter. He may have something in mind." (Savages of Gor, p.88)
"Even warriors long sometimes for the sight of their own flags, atop friendly walls, for the courtyards of their keeps, for the hearths of their halls. Thus admit the Codes." (Blood Brothers of Gor, p.306)
"A good fight, I have heard men of the Tahari say, licking their lips, justify any cause." (Tribesmen of Gor, pg. 177)
"It is not always desirable to look deeply into the eyes of a Ubar. (Explorers of Gor, p.237)
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