9/09/2006 12:12pm, #11
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- Dec 2005
It is my understanding that the famous samurai of yore were famous and well respected because they actually survived large scale confrontations on the battlefield. I am sure there have been great swordsman that died in battle because they were shot with an arrow, or some guy on his side freaked out and started swinging wildly and accidentally killed his comrade (friendly fire FTW?). It's possible that the warriors that died in battle were actually better swordsman than some of those that lived, it's just that they were unlucky.
9/09/2006 12:36pm, #12
9/09/2006 1:43pm, #13Originally Posted by odacon
Yes, they can be taught.
Von Clauswitz, Sun Tzu, espionage, tradecraft...
9/09/2006 2:58pm, #14Originally Posted by odacon
9/09/2006 3:07pm, #15Originally Posted by DerAuslander108カンフー
9/09/2006 3:16pm, #16
Two weeks til my birthday.
I want Dynasty Warriors 5 for PS2 and the Voltron DVD box set.
9/09/2006 3:20pm, #17Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
Don't get it without the extreme legends addon!
9/09/2006 4:19pm, #18Originally Posted by DerAuslander108カンフー
9/09/2006 4:54pm, #19
Originally Posted by odacon
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- Jul 2006
Too many rely on skill, and the knife at the gun fight.
Experience evolves that intuition.
9/09/2006 5:41pm, #20
I never ment this to be a MMa thread. If you read the first post I said swordless samurai.
In the case of the swrord, would a bujinkan, kendo, arma, or one of the kali arts fair better?When You absolutely have to hide a body...try Alaska.