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I really don't know how to explain this. The movies are there for entertainment. Everything you see there is entertainment and has little to no relationship to reality. Please don't think that you can look at anything you see in any movie and assume it in any way represents anything which has or does or would happen in reality. Scholagladiatoria on this ...


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I would not recommend letting go of the weapon unless you are close enough to be able to inflict lots of hurt before the opponent registers that you dropped the weapon. In this case you should be in a position to finish the fight (not just disarm them). Another option you have is: leaving your hand(s) in roughly the same spot, move the tip of the weapon ...


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From a Historic European Martial Arts (HEMA) perspective, you have some options open to you: Punch you opponent. Drop your lower hand and use that hand for punching, while maintaining pressure on the sticks with your other hand. Grab your opponent's weapon with your lower hand, then go to town using the short end of your stick, the point of your stick, or ...


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Sticks don't "get stuck". There's no cross guard to catch the main body of the weapon. If you ended up in a position of stick vs. stick without momentum, it would break into a different position very quickly: You can grab their stick for a disarm, lock, or to open them for an attack (and you'd probably want to do so before they do the same to you) You ...


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I'm no fencing/stickfighting expert, but some options that come to mind include: Kick your opponent Step or duck aside to open a new line of attack Slide your stick down theirs to strike their hand (if we are talking about sticks, not lightsabers) grab your opponent's weapon to disable it, then attack with your weapon, or disarm your opponent if ...


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First, if we are talking about sticks, we are not talking about fencing. Sticks do not come with hand guards, whereas fencing weapons do. Life is not like the movies. If we are talking about sticks, immediately upon parrying, you can slide your stick down your opponent's stick while maintaining contact to attack their hand/wrist. When someone gets whacked ...



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