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  1. Beatdown Richie is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    That reminds me of Crocodile Dundee. "You call that a baseball bat? THIS is a baseball bat!"
    There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
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    Wasn't that oversized club originally used for clubbing horsemen down?
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    Do people actually pay schools to learn that ****??????? That's mind boggling.
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    I think blinding powder has been misused. We now know the real reason. Throw it at your enemies so that you can see them.

    I guess this is like paying for a hooker... Paid Fantasies.
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    Ah. A bit like throwing a tin of paint at invisible attackers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawarma
    Wasn't that oversized club originally used for clubbing horsemen down?
    Yup, as well as for crushing a slow moving, heavily armored samurai.....its not a ninjer weapon though. Its well documented in more 'regular' histories. A iron plated version is called a tetsubo or iron staff/rod...I don't recall the name for the plain wood one.
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    ....its not a ninjer weapon though.
    Doesn't score too high in the stealth and sneakiness category, does it?
    There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatdown Richie
    Doesn't score too high in the stealth and sneakiness category, does it?
    No, but if you actually look at the Bujinkan, there are 3 standards of weapons :

    1. Ninjer - shuriken, metsubushi etc
    2. Standard - swords of various types, halberds etc
    3. Obscure - like the giant club...I sometimes think these are included for their kewl factor rather than applicable practice, but thats just my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcarson
    Yup, as well as for crushing a slow moving, heavily armored samurai.....its not a ninjer weapon though. Its well documented in more 'regular' histories. A iron plated version is called a tetsubo or iron staff/rod...I don't recall the name for the plain wood one.

    Tetsubo- Iron *banded* version of a regular short bo, not them big heavy ones. The tesubo, I believe, is taught in some form by yagu shinkage ryu/ itto ryu (but don't hold me by that), and is more simply a bo that you can physically block a sword with more than once that a crushing weapon of doom. That club thing that that guy was holding I've heard described as a "heavy bo", and I'm unaware of any extant schools teaching it (except, of coure, the venerable Bujinkan)

    As far as ridiculous Booj stuff, I hearby nominate each and every "multi-person creative kata"- I can't believe how much these guys are able to **** up an already fucked up idea. I have seen one of these where they literally have an attacker try to flying scissor lock a small girl, who then counters with (I **** you not) a straight out of WWF piledriver. This was a SELF DEFENCE KATA.


    "Carl Sensei, what if this huge guy on the street tried to use some kind of flying scissor lock? I saw it last night on Smackdown and it looked DEADLY"

    "Ah young grasshopper, then you must do as the Great Undertaker has done before you, as documented in the lineage scrolls, and bury your opponent with a piledriver."

    "But Sensei, what if there were multiple opponents?"

    "But do not the scrolls dictate that your back will be watched by your Honored Brother Kane?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatdown Richie
    Doesn't score too high in the stealth and sneakiness category, does it?
    Not when you pull it from your hyperdimentional space, where your comically huge mallet is.

    Baka.
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