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Old 09-10-2002, 12:41 AM   #16
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I pratice mostly with weapons such as swords. I take after Ray Park, who played Darth Maul in SW: Epi. I, by wielding the double-bladed weapons. (we fight with unsharpened sword by the way)
I kinda do similar but on a slightly less organised scale. a friend of mine makes weapons(mostly swords and axes) out of wood/fibreglass/latex for live roleplays and re-inactments. So naturally they need to get "test driven" before hand Cue jumping around in the garden and out of trees, reciting film quotes from star wars & brave heart prior to beating the crap out of each other. Tis a fine way to let off steam after a long day
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<-- also hit´s people´s heads with rulers .. does that apply?
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hahaha...ouch! =)
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yes ... I am a rock hard Ninja! especially after about 10 pints of lager and a curry
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