Martial arts of the Indian subcontinent also include the Sikh sport of gatka (see Victorian Singlestick, p. 157) and a brutal form of bare-knuckle boxing. India long regarded archery as a sport of kings and warriors; the specifics vary, but it's game-mechanically similar to Kyujutsu (pp. 179180), although more commonly performed from a chariot than from horseback. Many arts are lost to modern knowledge, leaving behind only names and brief descriptions.
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