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  1. OREO
    04-25-2014 06:07 AM
    Hey Blaze!

    It's me Erio (Tim)
  2. Kaitou
    04-17-2014 06:14 PM
    At this point, none of us can be like that.

    Not even in America.

    So how you been lately? You been away too long!
  3. Tyki Mikk
    04-15-2014 05:21 PM
    Tyki Mikk
    You know what, there is another female poster that I talk to on here that is also really into darts, so you should try talking to her sometime. Her username is Velvet.
  4. Tyki Mikk
    03-28-2014 02:39 PM
    Tyki Mikk
    We've both been pretty busy lately. >.>

    I'm fully aware this isn't the typical opinion, but... not really, no. Playing a sport seems pointless to both watch and take part in. At least with a martial art I can more easily convince myself there is some sort of practical purpose, which I can't do with most sports. You know, besides the whole 'exercise and have fun!' bit.
  5. Kaitou
    03-26-2014 09:38 PM
    Sadly, that's a bad thing though. Technology

    I'm a hypocrite tho, cause I always have my phone with me.
  6. OREO
    03-21-2014 07:54 PM
    Hey Blaze.
  7. Kaitou
    03-11-2014 10:32 AM
    Damn I thought I replied to you.

    Word, but then again, it's the people you easily relate to and can have a lot more in common. And yeah.

    Well, Dairys are so old school now. Nowadays, people do use their phones.
  8. Tyki Mikk
    02-25-2014 06:07 PM
    Tyki Mikk

    All positions in a team are important, just in different ways. Somebody in the role of chuken cannot win or turn the tides in a match without the actions senpo and jiho, then after fukusho and taisho. To be chuken is merely to be the most steady of pillars.

    Well, if your master is really not in the position to help you with questions, then I guess go ahead and keep asking me stuff. Will do my best.
  9. Tyki Mikk
    02-19-2014 03:57 AM
    Tyki Mikk
    No, no 2v2, not like what can happen in some kihon-dosa practice.

    There is a lot to explain about team shiai, way too much for me to cover it all. It would be better for you to ask your own sensei. While I am a 4th dan and can give knowledge/advice/whatever without it being frowned upon, there will be some differences in what is deemed proper. Even if it is not by much.

    Here is some of what happens in my experience:

    The senpo is the one who sets the 'flow' of a match. So is usually the most aggressive and flashiest. Usually the 2nd least experienced member of the team, but sometimes to properly intimidate the opposing senpo a more experienced kendoka will be this. It is usually frowned upon.

    Next is jiho. The least experienced. Their main job is to pay attention and learn from the pace the senpo has set, carrying it on in their own match against the opposing jiho, for the chuken round to then take over. Varying levels of aggression, but usually not as much as in senpo.

    Then the match in the middle, chuken. Also known as the backbone. In all of the strategies I've come across, the most steady and consistent player has this position. The responsibility of scoring a point for the team is really high. It is up to chuken if senpo and jiho fail to score anything. Either the first or last point made has to be made here in order to move on.

    The other two are a little more political based.

    Fukusho is basically the vice-captain. Ideally even stronger than the chuken, but like with jiho sometimes a weaker member will be placed here in the hopes that the chuken will have already ended the team match from getting the final point. Chances are that not all of the previous three kenshi scored, so like chuken it is up to this position to 'end' a team match.

    Taisho is the captain. The one who has the task to also inspire the others, not just win. A more mature form of senpo. Also technically the best kenshi, with 'best' sometimes implying the one with the most knowledge and not necessarily skill. A very poor team might place an inexperienced person here, but that is rare and such strategy never gets very far.
  10. Diddy
    02-19-2014 03:19 AM
    Whatsapp is a valid point but you're on Skype like twice a year !!

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