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    So a bunch of guys on a video game forum have a misconception on what martial arts are? Hu, who would of thought it. Personally I was shocked to find out that even though kano practices aikido, I was not going to learn laser eye finishing moves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FictionPimp
    Personally I was shocked to find out that even though kano practices aikido, I was not going to learn laser eye finishing moves.
    Dude... please... say it ain´t so....

    Kano always gave me **** in MK I.

    Don´t tell me I was beaten to death (literally) by an aikidoka!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lights Out
    Dude... please... say it ain´t so....

    Kano always gave me **** in MK I.

    Don´t tell me I was beaten to death (literally) by an aikidoka!
    Fighters: Kano

    Status: Mercenary
    Alignment: Evil
    Weight: 200
    Height: 5' 10"
    Styles: Xing Yi, Aikido, Butterfly Swords

    Aikido
    Name
    Heaven and Earth
    Low Frontal Punch
    Breath Power
    Low Toe Kick
    Side Kick
    Crescent Kick
    Low Side Kick
    Frontal Kick
    Knee Kick
    Low Step Kick
    Neijin
    2 Hit Doom
    Underdog
    Total Karnage
    Destroyer
    Killing Time

    I'm kinda disapointed I've never learned moves called Destroyer or 2 hit doom as they are too deadly to use in class. But hey, at least i'm really good at killing time. But we can see kano's aikido has a lot of attemi and is defiantly not ki society stuff (even if he can do no touch laser knock outs)

    But by bullshido standards, Jax is the ultimate character. Hell he even has a ground and pound.

    Fighters: Jax Briggs

    Status: Special Forces
    Alignment: Good
    Weight: 330
    Height: 6' 8"
    Styles: Muay Thai, Judo, Tonfa



    http://guides.ign.com/guides/17208/page_9.html
    Last edited by FictionPimp; 1/09/2006 2:36pm at .

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    Aikido
    Funniest thing on this thread.

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    You dont mean "Natural" you mean "Comfortable" . The Concepts in Wing Chun are PERFECTLY aligned with the laws of thermodynamics , and therefore TOTALLY in sync with NATURAL LAW .
    I'm not gonna pretend I know everything about physics here, but what the hell has thermodynamics got to do with body structure??

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    therˇmoˇdyˇnamˇics Pronunciation Key (thűrm-d-nmks)
    n.

    1. (used with a sing. verb) Physics that deals with the relationships and conversions between heat and other forms of energy.
    2. (used with a pl. verb) Thermodynamic phenomena and processes.

    Source: The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition


    therˇmoˇdyˇnamˇics (thűrm-d-nmks)
    n.

    1. Physics that deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy.
    2. Thermodynamic phenomena and processes.


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    WTF!? What the hell has that got to do with body alignment and motion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tabogganwheel
    ...but what the hell has thermodynamics got to do with body structure?
    Fireballs.

    Hadouken!
    :new_all_c

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neildo
    Fireballs.

    Hadouken!
    Oh, how could I have forgotten...

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    * bangs head on desk *
    Monkey Ninjas! Attack!

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    Greetings.

    i argue wtih djimber waht i win!??!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FictionPimp
    Fighters: Kano

    Status: Mercenary
    Alignment: Evil
    Weight: 200
    Height: 5' 10"
    Styles: Xing Yi, Aikido, Butterfly Swords

    Aikido
    Name
    Heaven and Earth
    Low Frontal Punch
    Breath Power
    Low Toe Kick
    Side Kick
    Crescent Kick
    Low Side Kick
    Frontal Kick
    Knee Kick
    Low Step Kick
    Neijin
    2 Hit Doom
    Underdog
    Total Karnage
    Destroyer
    Killing Time

    I'm kinda disapointed I've never learned moves called Destroyer or 2 hit doom as they are too deadly to use in class. But hey, at least i'm really good at killing time. But we can see kano's aikido has a lot of attemi and is defiantly not ki society stuff (even if he can do no touch laser knock outs)

    But by bullshido standards, Jax is the ultimate character. Hell he even has a ground and pound.

    Fighters: Jax Briggs

    Status: Special Forces
    Alignment: Good
    Weight: 330
    Height: 6' 8"
    Styles: Muay Thai, Judo, Tonfa



    http://guides.ign.com/guides/17208/page_9.html
    I LOVE the fact that every character has 3 styles, one which is weapons.
    It's so fun, even if they're all grossly inaccurate and unrealistic.

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