a black belt
There are many: Honesty, Strength, Patience, Leadership, Courtesy, Integrity, Self Control, Perseverance, Indomitable Spirit, are all qualities, but I think that the most important is humility.
If I've learned anything in the last 4 years of Martial Arts training its that I don't know anything. No one should ever be arrogant because there is no reason for anyone to brag. We all have our downsides, we all have problems, anything we can brag about can be equalized by our faults as people.
There are several qualities that can help someone improve in karate including:
quick thinking skills
balance - very important
control of your body - essential
these are just a few skills though
When you start taking karate your skills will grow so it does not matter what qualities you take in with you before you start studying to be good at it.
there is no answer.
Karateka - video game - happened in 7800.
Karateka - video game - was created in 1984.
Peter Chong - karateka - was born in 1941.
Willie Williams - karateka - was born on 1951-07-14.
John Jarvis - karateka - was born on 1940-11-10.
Karateka - 1984 VG was released on: USA: 25 November 1984
The cast of Karateka Boxer - 1973 includes: Romy Diaz Eddie Garcia Sofia Moran Joe Sison
5 Second Movies - 2007 Karateka 3-4 was released on: USA: 14 March 2010
You aren't going to find a lot of consensus on this question, it is going to be an opinion. I don't know many karateka in England, but from what I know, I'd give the nod to Iain Abernathy.
Great Khalli is rank 1 and Mark Henry is rank 17 and Great Khalli's weight is 459 and Mark Henry's weight is 378 so Great Khalli is stronger.
Ka is a Japanese suffic that indicates someone that does what ever the first part of the word is. In this case, it is someone who practices karate.