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Yup, did this with confession evidence in criminal trials last night!
I want to play Dungeons and Dragons.
Me too! I’ve never tried before but it seems like fun.
IM HERE GUYS WHAT DID I MISS??
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My trainer card! Made with the majority of my favourite pokemon! Honourable mentions not included: Arcanine, Magneton and Golduck.
I love him so much. ♥
My other half thinks the original Cheshire Cat was creepy enough…
I think he’s fantastic however incarnated
No, this is a variation on a circle parry and a counter circle parry. Both are commonly taught in French and Italian style foil fencing.
A circle parry is when you avoid your opponents blade by moving your blade around theirs in a circle. A counter circle parry is circling around your opponents circle so that they can’t get their blade past to stab you.
When two fencers know each other well, this often happens. It becomes a game of chicken, it only ends when someone is willing to risk leaving an opening so that they can launch a different attack.
The foil version of this happens at least once a practice on my college fencing team. The only difference is that the blades are horizontal rather than diagonal.
Bolded for sadness
Friendly reminder that the man who choreographed the Star Wars saber fights is called “The Swordsmaster” for a reason.
Also, friendly reminder that MY FEELS HURT.
Reblogging for awesome fencing knowledge! I miss it.