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  • Eudemic
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    What's better generally, two handed sword or sword and shield?
    Better for who? Better for what? It's kind of like asking which MA is best.

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  • ermghoti
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    Originally posted by Holy Moment View Post
    Hay, f*ckface, kids read these site.
    P*nis

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  • kimjonghng
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    Originally posted by Holy Moment View Post
    So you add modern weaponry to wing chun and you can make a decent chicken kebab? Can I use pak sou to mould the bread dough?

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  • Holy Moment
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    Originally posted by ermghoti View Post
    You typed that with your penis, didn't you?

    He typed that with his penis.
    Hay, f*ckface, kids read these site.

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  • ermghoti
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    Originally posted by Holy Moment View Post
    wing chun works is ssef defense style krav maga and miliutary combatives.
    You typed that with your penis, didn't you?

    He typed that with his penis.

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  • Holy Moment
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    wing chun works is ssef defense style krav maga and miliutary combatives.

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  • Jim Giant
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    Originally posted by Permalost View Post
    Their big curvy blade thing seems to curve the opposite direction of the bat'leth, and there's some other s curve one. I wonder if they smithed any actual bladed versions of the thing. It'd be kind of interesting to see some test cutting.
    I assumed he was just holding it wrong lol.

    I'm sure a steel version would certainly cut well but way to heavy and short range to be an effective weapon.

    I'm wondering if the "weapon is modular. Haven't been able to find it online.

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  • Holy Moment
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  • Permalost
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    Their big curvy blade thing seems to curve the opposite direction of the bat'leth, and there's some other s curve one. I wonder if they smithed any actual bladed versions of the thing. It'd be kind of interesting to see some test cutting.

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  • Kovacs
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    Originally posted by Jim Giant View Post


    They seem to have a reasonable emphasize on fitness but apart from that it looks like a pure performance art. One of the guys is duel wielding Star Trek Bat'leths.

    If that's what they're going for then great, they might be able to train a Z list version of Jet Lee but for self defence it looks pretty useless.
    It's one of the funniest videos I've seen for a martial art for a long time. The weapons section was particularly funny. It's so Larpy it's unreal, which also makes it genius.

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  • Jim Giant
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    What's better generally, two handed sword or sword and shield?
    It's subject to a lot of debate.

    The shield user is at an advantage if they can close distance but the longsworder isn't going to make it easy. I wouldn't like to say one way or the other.

    Also depends on what armour is being used, size of the shield and how much reach advantage the longsworder has.

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  • BJMills
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    Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
    What's better generally, two handed sword or sword and shield?
    Wait wait wait. That has to be contexualized. Are we talking medieval battlefield or zombie apocalypse?

    Might make a difference.

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  • Raycetpfl
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    Originally posted by Jim Giant View Post
    With melee weapons there is usually an inverse correlation between how "interesting" a weapon looks and how effective it is.

    I'd be far more scared of this:


    Than this:


    Beyond hand protection making weapons more complicated will usually result in making them too heavy, fragile or dangerous to the weilder.

    Flashy techniques like duel weilding and spinning attacks are usually a bad idea too. Spins like these guys do leave you way too vulnerable and there are simply better options than duel wielding such as using a shield or a longer more powerful two handed weapon.

    Judging from what I've seen I could probably take out their whole dojo with a 5ft stick.



    Nope:
    http://tradukka.com/translate/en/tlh?hl=en
    What's better generally, two handed sword or sword and shield?

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  • Jim Giant
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    Originally posted by kimjonghng View Post
    the weapons look interesting
    With melee weapons there is usually an inverse correlation between how "interesting" a weapon looks and how effective it is.

    I'd be far more scared of this:


    Than this:


    Beyond hand protection making weapons more complicated will usually result in making them too heavy, fragile or dangerous to the weilder.

    Flashy techniques like duel weilding and spinning attacks are usually a bad idea too. Spins like these guys do leave you way too vulnerable and there are simply better options than duel wielding such as using a shield or a longer more powerful two handed weapon.

    Judging from what I've seen I could probably take out their whole dojo with a 5ft stick.

    Originally posted by Cake of Doom View Post
    She's making it up!
    Nope:
    http://tradukka.com/translate/en/tlh?hl=en

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  • Cake of Doom
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    Originally posted by Speaks Softly View Post
    chay' Do'qu' SoH SoH ghob
    She's making it up!

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