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Rock Ape
2/13/2010 9:56pm,
Discussion thread for Muso Shinden Ryu (http://www.bullshido.org/Muso Shinden Ryu). If you would like to add a comment, click the Post Reply button

Rock Ape
2/13/2010 9:57pm,
99.9% complete, just needs a check of spelling and grammar and we're good to go.

2/15/2010 4:39am,
An excellent article, thank you very much for your time in putting it together. There's only one thing I would suggest:

The sword is not the most ancient weapon of Japan, but it was the most sophisticated one,

This is both ambiguous and subjective. Do you mean sophisticated in terms of construction? metallurgy? spiritual significance? technique? Also, whatever the inherent meaning behind it all are arguable.

Rock Ape
2/15/2010 8:21am,
Yeah, I understand what you're saying, it needs changing, leave that with me.

3/02/2010 4:49am,

Are you going to expand on this article with the sets of kumitachi? The two most common are the Tachi Uchi No Kurai and Tsume Ai No Kurai.

There are also some sets which have elements of jujutsu. They aren't as common, but are still extant.

Just some thoughts upon reading the article mate.


Rock Ape
3/02/2010 11:12am,
To be honest mate I'm not experienced enough to write on those aspects because I've hardly touched them.

If you'd be interested in providing that material, I'd gladly add it and credit you accordingly.