Ok, since this is in the "Gorean Role Play" section, here's a relevant question, "What does honor have to do with Roleplay?"
If you play a character who's supposed to be honorable, how do you translate that into the roleplay?
If you play a character who's not honorable, ditto?
If you play a character who's not honorable but pretending to be honorable for some reason, ditto?
There are so many possibilities...nobody should be boxed in to having to play a single certain character "type". There would be honorable assassins and dishonorable warriors. There would be honorable slaves and dishonorable Ubars. There would be a vast spectrum of character types to play and act out and each would be affected by daily interactions with others- an honorable peasant might have to do something horrific to avoid slavery, or a dishonorable thief might have to do something that ended up being honorable to gain the prize he desires. There is no set way to play a character, or even a character type.
And here's a shocker: Warrior characters can and should be played as dishonorable sometimes! Every character type should be unique, vibrant, mutable according to how the roleplay goes and the personal choices of the typist of the character. Roleplay should be FUN, exciting, unexpected, interactive! All warriors should not be played the same, just as all slaves should not be played the same. Each character is different, the sum of their background, of their experiences, of their interactions. If more people put any thought into that sort of thing, we'd have some amazing characters to play with in online Gor. So when you start to question "honor", consider that it's really just one small factor in what should be a very rich and complex character development, not the end all/be all of one person's character. To an honorable warrior character, it would be everything, perhaps- there's lots of quotes from the books about how to play that type of character. But there are so many other possibilities for character types as well to consider.
"...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)http://clockworkkitteh.blogspot.com/