The most steadfast Centaur, the Fighting Centaur loves to protect “his people.” At his core, he’s like Aeneas, the Trojan soldier who led his people out of danger in the Trojan War.
With more intense Masculine than the Hunting Centaur, the Fighting Centaur is more aggressive and straightforward.
His natural strength is providing stability.
He is intense on the inside, but calm on the outside. He tries to avoid conflict, but stands fast in the face of danger. He seeks power, and likes wielding it, but employs it in the service of others.
Because he’s naturally inclined to impose order on the world, he can sometimes lack flexibility. But this also enables him to provide much-needed stability in chaotic times and places.
What matters most to him is order.
Protecting people and maintaining order provides him with an outlet for his energy. He tends to fit well in existing organizations, as he seeks to manage and minimize the risk to which they’re averse.
He’s intense on the inside, and sometimes needs a respite from responsibility. He gets it by relaxing with his woman and/or close friends at home, or in other comfortable and quiet surroundings.
He looks poised and put-together.
The Fighting Centaur has a direct, unwavering gaze. He may not be big or imposing—his strength lies within.
He tends to hold “protector” positions like policeman, soldier, fireman. He may hold office, or serve in a similar public role. Hinmatu Yalakekt (Chief Joseph), tribal leader of the Nimi Ipu, is a good example of a Fighting Centaur.