Post by Desalon Manshad on Mar 9, 2018 14:17:38 GMT -5
Hello! I was kind of wondering: when training, do any other saberites out there mentally do better at certain times of the day? I'm asking because I've noticed that during the day, I can have some trouble focusing on training and the generally loud energy of the environment (bright sunlight, lots of people outside, etc.) will kind of get to me at times/that negative inner voice will kind of get to me sort of. However, at night or when it's dark outside, I have a much easier time focusing on training and not letting those toxic thoughts get to me. I am more than willing to train and do my best, and I'm confident that I can overcome this in time, I'm just curious if any other force sensitives out there kind of have this at times, and also so I can figure out what would be a good time to train/record my progress so I can get better at this. Many thanks, hope you're having a good day, and may the force be with you!
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Furiora Helseare: I know, was crazy for me to see as well, although I'm not a huge fan of the rules... honestly never liked "right of way" in fencing. If people score a double neither should count, you're both dead
Mar 2, 2019 13:57:27 GMT -5
Furiora Helseare: "right of way" doesn't exist in a real fight, I don't care if it's "your turn to attack" if I see an opening I can take, I'm taking it.
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Nero Attoru: Right of way has some roots in realism, since attacking is given priority (which makes sense given the fact that the attacker would theoretically strike a killing blow first)
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Nero Attoru: Regardless, epee is a weapon that most people forget, and doesn't use right of way! Two hits gives each fencer a point, reflecting the double kill.
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cyclingswitch: I get why they went with that system though. If you watch Saber Legion fighting instead, it becomes more akin to kendo. It's realistic fighting but it doesn't look like Star Wars anymore.
Mar 23, 2019 20:34:49 GMT -5
cyclingswitch: In Saber Legion, moving your saber around more than you need to to thrust, parry or do a quick strike to the waist or head is basically giving away a point. At least that's what I've seen in the matches I've watched with their style.
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Colin the Grey: Hey guys, whenever someone can find the time to go over my second Shii-Cho formula primer submission, that'll be a huge help. My free time is going to go down hard in a month or so, and I'd like to make more progress in the meantime. Thanks!
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