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4-07-2010 @ 9:14PM
Perhaps when you parry, rather than knocking their sword completely away from you, you make it so that it barely grazes you and on their next swing, they didn't come from the position they were planning on so they have to improvise which means a less effective attack.
4-07-2010 @ 9:36PM
So are you saying it was only a flesh wound?
4-07-2010 @ 10:45PM
Obviously it was only a setback!
4-08-2010 @ 8:39PM
My theory has always been when you parry their attack with just your hand and main weapon the shock of absorbing the entire blow of your enemy weakens you and hurts you
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