Number 2: Snake – On one hand: the mouth, venomous fangs emulated in precise finger motor control, designated to aim for the target’s vulnerable spots with pin-point accuracy. On the other: the stinging whip of a rattling tail. Masters of this ability can even fight extremely well while lying on their back from the floor. The weakness of this style as revealed by Yan Tieh (told by his master) is to stop the “head” and “tail” (the opponent’s two arms) from combining, as neither the head nor tail can function well individually. This usually meant pinning the two limbs, at an angle, as far away from each other as possible.
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Holy moly, what a juicebox he was.
I derived no pleasure from that read.
Glad I waited so long to sample his wares.