THAI KiCkBOXiNG

(also called Muay Thai; known as Lethwei in Burma) Martial Arts Style

Thai Kickboxing, or Muay Thai, is both a brutal martial art and the most popular spectator sport in Thailand. Because this style uses the hands, elbows, knees and feet to strike, it is sometimes called the "science of eight limbs." Although the modern sport requires the combatants to wear boxing gloves, the knees and elbows are not padded, and these are used to deliver devastating attacks that serve to make Thai Kickboxers some of the toughest fighters on Earth and the careers of most Thai Kickboxers painfully short.

Prerequisite: Combat Martial Arts

Style Maneuvers

Unarmed 4 ranks: Low Kick: on a successful attack to your opponent's Foot, Calf, Knee, Thigh or Groin, your opponent must make a Fortitude save equal to your attack roll +10 or have his movement reduced by one-half for the next 1-4 rounds.

If you are using the injury rules, this is in addition to any effects from injuries.

Unarmed 8 ranks: Attack Focus (unarmed): +2 to attack rolls

Unarmed 12 ranks: Body Blow: On a successful attack to your opponent's stomach or chest, your opponent must make a Fortitude save equal to your attack roll +10 or be flat-footed for the next 1-4 rounds. If you are using the injury rules, this is in addition to any effects from a stomach or chest hit due to injuries.

Unarmed 16 ranks: Attack Specialization (unarmed): +3 to damage rolls

Unarmed 20 ranks: Endurance Training: +2 Constitution

Kick Boxing Guide

Kick Boxing Guide

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