'cuz something like that would be hilarious enough to be worth seeing.
Last edited by Sol M; 12-11-2012 at 10:04 AM.
As the goto-technique taught for dealing with a baseball bat? No. One will likely end up in shock with a broken arm, and potentially a banged up head due to the arm not being enough to stop the bat.
And the second blow to the in-shock, broken-armed defender will finish it.
Suffice to say, as the dude showing this technique points out, there are better first choices for dealing with a baseball bat. :D Crappy situation, but that doesn't mean one has to offer up one's arm for destruction as a primary defense. ^_^
Same deal as the nosebone stuff.
This is a murky area. There's no hard and fast rule of where the line is. Point is, mocking specific people isn't a good thing.So, if someone makes a video of himself trying a totally rad move, royally screws it up, then goes "Yeah, I totally intended to do that. <_<", that would be acceptable? :P
“You know what the best thing about magic is?
He's not the only one.
The composite gets the subpar strength of the first form of the mad scientist from Crude Buster, Skinny Tiencha's weaknesses/drawbacks, the weaknesses/drawbacks of Pichu from Super Smash Bros Melee, the aiming skills of the stormtroopers from Star Wars, he also gets the fighting skills and clumsiness of Wolverine: Worst there is (Earth-9291). The composite's fighting style consists of knowing and being able to perform badly performed moves like Hong Kong Phooey's dozens of badly performed moves, the Marvel vs. Capcom 2 version of Dan Hibiki's Gadouken, the Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter version of Dan Hibiki's Otoko Michi.
Pichu and the Storm Troopers were Martial Artists??
I mentioned them as examples of fighters, some people (myself included) believe that fighters, boxers, wrestlers, soldiers and warriors are martial artists regardless of the fighting style they use. I apologize if you disagree with my opinion.
Last edited by Vinegar Mk-II; 12-18-2012 at 07:56 AM.
...screw it, let's say another dude is holding one by the legs... :)
...then as a choice between the bat hitting one in the head or the bat hitting the arm, it's pretty obvious which is preferable.
But that's a last-ditch, no-other-options situation.