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  • Asriel
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    My character in Star Wars Galaxies was a Teras Kasi Master and played in a Band in the Cantina. Oh the good ol' days....

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  • bad credit
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    Heh, I asked my computer nerd roommate and he said he had been taught a way to do it, but couldn't remember.

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  • halfcut
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    I did the same thing.

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  • Drunken Bear
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    Tilt your head sideways and hit the colon. (on the keyboard not your ass)

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  • Drunken Bear
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    Maybe it's this http://femalemixedmartialartists.blo...rsia-kali.html
    Obviously the spelling isn't quite the same but... "Tersa-Kali"

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  • bad credit
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    Yeah, I READ that Klingon martial arts book; my Uber-Star Trek dork friend still has it. It was fucking terrible. It was literally Kung Fu stances in Klingon garb. Almost as bad as the episodes where Worf is teaching Akido and Tai Chi and calling it Mokbara.

    (Not to mention that Mokbara also uses the Kirk Double Fist Punch, the Star Fleet Back Elbow, and in the Batt'leh fights nobody EVER pokes around to the side with the curved points when their weapons are locked together. Not to mention.)

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  • Kistrael
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    SW Fu = Star Wars Fu

    Or...

    SWF u = Shockwave Flash University.

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  • halfcut
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    Originally posted by http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Perry_%28author%29
    Steve Perry (born August 31, 1947) is a television writer and science fiction author. He has written books in the Star Wars, Alien and Conan universes, as well as all of the Tom Clancy's Net Force series. However, he is perhaps best known for the Matador series. He is a practitioner of the martial art Silat, which inspired him to create the fictional martial arts Sumito and , both of which are essentially fictionalized versions of Silat. Perry is father of science fiction author S. D. Perry.
    I'm such a dork for knowing this, but I remember reading this a few weeks ago. It's a made up martial art style for star wars based on silat.

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  • Drunken Bear
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    Much more fun to think of surely, but hard to imagine that someone would actually put together SWfu.
    Wait WTF am I talking about sounds just as possible as some of the other things I've seen thanks to this board.

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  • DdlR
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    Some guy actually wrote a book on Klingon martial arts a couple of years ago, but the film studio forced him to pull it off the shelves because it was unauthorized.

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  • Kistrael
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    Originally posted by Drunken Bear
    Maybe a bastardization of Pekiti Tersa.
    It's so much more fun to think that it might be SW-Fu.

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  • Drunken Bear
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    Maybe a bastardization of Pekiti Tersa.

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  • bad credit
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    Gawdamit, when I was writing that post there were no replies. Grrr.

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  • bad credit
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    I believe he meant Teras Kasi; which means he's full of shit, a dork, and a weasel. Teras Kasi is a fictional martial in the Star Wars novels and video games. It was made by Steve Perry, a sci fi author who does Silat in real life. He's said he based it on Silat.

    So your delusional lying friend studied an art with no curriculum other than the moves Arden Lyn did in the Masters of Teras Kasi video game, which the author who made it up based on a real life crappy art; Silat.

    That, or he horribly mangled the name of a real art. Either way, he's mispronouncing it. Must not have had decent training if it was real, if the teacher either couldn't pronounce it or get him to.

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