Grappling and Multiple Attacks

Any grappling move that counts as an attack is permitted as part of a multiple attack sequence during a maneuver. You must usually attempt different actions (takedown and pin, kick and break free, break free and grapple, etc.). You can't make repeated attempts at a takedown, pin, or lock; try to injure an opponent repeatedly through strangling or an Arm Lock, Neck Snap, etc.; or take multiple shots at breaking free. However, you can try the same move against different body parts or opponents, grapple and attempt an instant follow-up, or - if making an attack that must follow a parry, such as Arm Lock - insert attacks between the parry and the follow-up. For instance, if you parried using Judo and then made two attacks, you could feint and then use Arm Lock.

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