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Universal Martial Arts (But also something for Ulv, yes)» Link To Character: https://www.platinumhearts.net/t18675-ulv-auber-approved-0-3-vizard-hazard-rating-a» Upgrading:
(note: "energy" here refers to kinetic energy and can not interact with any other form of energy except for the capstone)
Taijiquan: All things are in eternal flow. A thousand rivers into the sea, and a thousand seas into the sky, which descend again upon the rivers. So too is the style of Taijiquan, The Watercourse Way. It is a counterattack style with very little direct offensive application, thus making it perfect for monks and other ascetic who seek enlightenment through physical perfection rather than train to fight. Though, it is still a powerful style when utilized correctly.
The main focus of the style is the flow of energy through every being, and the harnessing of that flow. The two main styles are "Flow Control" and "Flow Dispersal".
Flow Control is, as it might sound, the controlling of the flow of energy within you and another. When you oppose any moving thing, their energy enters your body, and a clash begins. If their energy is superior, your energy yields. But this is not something that is an absolute. Instead, with Flow Control, one might encompass their energy in a river and direct it elsewhere, releasing a combined gestalt of two energies back at the foe. This allows a person to grasp 10% of the opponent's force per skill level in Martial Skill and then redirect it back. The remaining force is soaked into the body in transit. This can be dangerous if you try to control the force of a being with power sufficient to rend you apart even with the reduction.
Flow Dispersal is, also, as it might sound. Rather than redirecting the force, you take it and filter it in a self-decaying loop. This translates as negating 5% of the enemy's attack power per skill level in Martial Skill, and suffers the same problems as Flow Control but in a higher degree as you are taking even more of the enemy's force head on.
At Master Martial Skill, one may be able to enact the "Forbidden" Technique of Taijiquan, Divine Qi Annihilation Strike. This technique is deemed "Forbidden" as it goes against the principles and practices of the style itself. To use this, the person focuses a good thirty percent of their spiritual energy into the point of impact and then strikes it into their opponent. This blast hijacks the enemy's own flow of energy and smashes their body's supply of energy, causing physical and spiritual injury. The damage this causes scales with your tier vs their tier.» Why:
I've been using it long enough, I felt the need to write it up for posterity and other people.» Extra: