TRUE WARRIORS NEEDS NO BLADE!!!
oh wait, that's True Generals
So what's his new trick? Aikido?
Old trick, that is. Thors mindfucked me to no end with that, I'm still trying to figure it out.
god fucking dammit Thorkell is awesome
what the shit? is that some sort of panther cobra?
It seems like a glancing hit to the chin, which would shake the brain and cause all sorts of nasty nausea/unconsciousness.
Bawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww x 9000
Yeah, I was thinking along that line, but a punch to the chin would have to be well calculated and powerful, we're dealing with damn long-face Thorkell here.
My thought keeps drifting to martial arts because that'd be the way to knock one out without any weapons in such speed required to not get your face smashed by someone as experienced as Thorkell.
He was already drunk though, so that could've helped.
Thors is pretty hax, so he probably did get that well-calculated and powerful hit to Thorkell's chin before he even realized it was coming. Plus Thorkell was drunk and probably mad beyond reason - he probably thought that Thors was taunting him with the no sword thing.
I guess I'll stay in doubt. Thors is too hax for my feable mind.
Also, fuck you SAO and your godly art, can't resist it.
SAO? What manga is this exactly?
Shin Angyo Onshi, fuckawesome manhwa with amazing art and great story.
That's just me though.
There is a norwegian martial art. It's called Stav. And, besides that, there are several other European hand-to-hand martial arts.
NO SWORDS? BOWS!
a real man swings his phallus
You never see the hit that knocks you the fuck out. This is common sense.
In my boxing class, whenever I get knocked out I always tell the asshole not to fucking kick.
>Stáv is a 1500 year old (living) runic tradition that has been preserved in Norway by the Hafskjold family. (...) Simply, a "Stáv" is thus another way of saying "rune" and to practice Stáv is also to use the runes. This is at once a simple pun allowing one for example to infer the practice of either staff-fighting (which was publicly acceptable in Christian Norway) but also the use of runes (which was not). To those unfamiliar with the Stáv martial art it may seem like suggesting that staff-fighting and the use of runes is an awkward combination, however, the martial aspect of Stáv and the runic philosophy which informs the art are inseparable - no doubt having influenced each other to a great extent within the Hafskjold family.
Red wizardry of sorts!
manly tears ;_;
I finally fucking read this today.
I SHOULD HAVE WAITED LONGER ONLY 40 CHAPTERS BETWEEN WAITING FOR THIS AND BERSERK I'M GOING TO GO NUTS.