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    hang up your shield?

    What do you mean by "hang up your shield?" The translation goes "trying to stop the role of the hero", but is it an idiom?
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    Re: hang up your shield?

    If you hang up your shield, your fighting days are over. So long as a warrior was active, his shield (and sword) would always be at hand.

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    Re: hang up your shield?

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    If you hang up your shield, your fighting days are over. So long as a warrior was active, his shield (and sword) would always be at hand.
    You gave me an instant enlightenment of the meaning, you are truly my great master!!!

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