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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere View Post
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    so he's a ninja, the ultimate enemy of pirates, doesn't he know Wing chun is Useless against Pirate Jujitsu?

    Chunner's could never load muskets under pressure

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbbaCadaver View Post
    What's better than Wing Chun? Boxing?
    Only if it's PLUM FLOWER BOXING!

    YouTube - Meihuazhuang II [梅花桩 - 成拳]

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw View Post
    Only if it's PLUM FLOWER BOXING!

    YouTube - Meihuazhuang II [梅花桩 - 成拳]
    was that supposed to be break dancing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sley View Post
    was that supposed to be break dancing?
    It's only THE DEADLIEST BATTLEFIELD TESTED KILLER FIGHTING SYSTEM this side of Silat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw View Post
    It's only THE DEADLIEST BATTLEFIELD TESTED KILLER FIGHTING SYSTEM this side of Silat.
    I legitimately thought it was a dance...


    that may be the most unrealistic system of martial arts south of Yellow Bamboo and tai chi

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    rofl..wing chun and the dancing powers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sley View Post
    I legitimately thought it was a dance...


    that may be the most unrealistic system of martial arts south of Yellow Bamboo and tai chi
    You're clearly not familiar with Chinese martial arts, then. Behold the might of PIGUAQUAN!
    And this is the practical stuff; you can tell because they're doing forms and applications, instead of just forms.
    YouTube - Baji Pigua - Form applications - Master Zhou jingxuan

    Edit: I realize this thread has turned into a lot of ripping on CMA, but I want to illustrate that Wing Chun isn't terribly different from CMA as a whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaiya View Post
    rofl..wing chun and the dancing powers
    wing chun doesn't have t3h r34l dancing thats for Ving Tsun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sley View Post
    wing chun doesn't have t3h r34l dancing thats for Ving Tsun
    Actually, I think you must mean Wing Tsun. It has more t3h r34l than them all, but despite that, Traditional Wing Chun (trademark symbol) definitely has some smoother dance moves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezere View Post
    Eric Von Lustbader was famous in the 80s mainly for his Nicholas Linnear Ninja series (THE NINJA, MIKO, WHITE NINJA) and some fantasy novels. He tried continuing the Ninja series inthe 90s but they sucked badly. He is doing a continuation of the Bourne books now.
    ...oh. Say I take it the 80's books were good? I've never read a ninja novel. Is it all shuriken and tabis, or are there greater underlying messages?

    If we're talking about any book set in the Japanese fuedal period, my favorite would have to be Shogun by James Clavell (if I remember correctly). I remember reading that in the 8th grade, and I have read it at least a google times since then. Of course, I was often confined to my room, and rarely updated my book collection. That may explain it.

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