Fan Film Fight Classes: this is for lightsaber weilders

Discussion in 'Ft. Lauderdale, FL' started by Jesim_Fliter, Apr 11, 2003.

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  1. Jesim_Fliter Jedi Padawan

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    Apr 11, 2003
    I will be running a class that teachs you all the 7 different lightsaber forms...it's real simple here i quote Forms 1,2 and 3.

    The information here on is quoted from the "star wars Insider"

    Form 1:
    "Millennia before the Cone Wars, advanced technology replaced metal swords with energy-beam lightsabers. In this transition the first Form was born. Jedi Masters created Form 1 from ancient sword-fighting traditions, since the principles of blade comabt remained much the same. The basics of attack, parry,body target zones, and the partice drills called velocitites are all here."
    ((those of us in the Royal chessmen already know this form.))

    Form 2:
    "The ultimate refinment of lightsaber-to-lightsaber combat became form 2, advanceing the precision of blade manipulation to its finest possible degree and producing the greatest dueling masters the galaxy has ever seen. Today Form 2 is an archasim studied by almost no one in the Jedi Order, because it is not relevant to current tactical situations, in which Jedi enemies rarely fight with lightsabers. Even with the resurgance of the Sith, confrontation of an enemy with a lightsaber is an exceedingly rare prospect for a Jedi, so they continue to focus on more practical forms. Sith expecting to battle a lightsaber-wielding Jedi, however, find Form 2 a powerful technique."

    Form 3:
    "The third greatest discipline was first Developed in response to the advancement of Blaster technology in the galaxy. as these weapons spread widely into the hands of evil-doers Jedi Developed unique ways of defending themselves. Form 3 thus arose from "laserblast" Deflection training. Over the centuries it has transcended this origin to become a highly refined expression of non-agressive Jedi Philosophy. Form 3 maximizes Defensive protection in a style characterized by tight, efficent movments that expose minimal target are compared to the Relativly open styles of some of the other forms."
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