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    I dunno guys, check out those Photonic Union and Pulsory Blast attacks, they look totaly legit.

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    For an art that wasn't developed on Earth, I wonder why the Grand Poobah chose to add the "Do" suffix for the name.

    Perhaps the "visitors" were Japanese or Korean? :toothy4:

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    This is beyond horrendous....

    "For an art that wasn't developed on Earth, I wonder why the Grand Poobah chose to add the "Do" suffix for the name."

    And yeah I was thinking the same thing! hah

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    Grand Celestial Do uses Photonic Energy as its power source. Is this energy the same as "chi" or "ki" in eastern martial arts?

    Photonic Energy is a totally different type of energy than "chi" or "ki" found in Earth-based martial art systems. "Chi" does exist, but it is a very primitive form of energy and very low on the evolutionary scale. In fact, the Visitors scoffed at the use of "chi," because of how weak it is compared to Photonic Energy.
    That's awesome.

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    Perhaps they saw the success of Wing Chun and ripped off their history?
    Quote Originally Posted by supercrap
    Wing Chun was handed down by aliens via mind-meld to a 3 legged monkey named Bejoozephar.

    Bejoozephar took a giant dump and shaped it into the statue of a wooden dummy. The local doctor saw this and immediately exploded, showering gore on a travelling salesman. This salesman gallopped off into the sunset on a horse named Bootlicker.

    Bootlicker the horse later married a donkey, and together they had beautiful mules, which they named after jams, as was the fashion at the time. Rasberry, Elderberry and Boisenberry one day found a lump of crap fashioned into the shape of a wooden dummy hidden behind Bootlicker's ears. Then they all exploded, twice, pretty hard.

    Thus, the legend of wing chun was born. You only have the real wing chun if you have a) spoken to at least one of the horses of legend whilst at the same time humming the entire theme tune to fawlty towers or b) donkey punched a girl.

    That's the real history of wing chun.

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    This is a fucking joke. I don't care how many times they say they are serious. You know what? Why doesn't someone just grab one of the students and start pounding his kidneys in? Maybe that way, they won't be able to run away if their "I know you are from Bullshido" sensors go off.

    GOD, I wish I had the money and time. I'd go fight any of them and I'm not even in tip top shape!

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    You know if you kind of squint at it, the Gracie Barra logo looks a little bit like the EA logo.

    I think that is the best fact in this thread.


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    **** GCD

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    That's harsh, man. But delightfully so.

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    I like to find their dojo and visit. I do need a good laught these days!

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