Jujutsu

Lightweight Judo

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Maneuver

Phs

Pts

OCV

DCV

Damage/Effect

Atemi Strike

V

4

-1

+1

2d6 NND(1)

Block

V

5

+1

+3

Block, Abort

Breaking Throw

V

5

-2

-2

Grab One Limb; Vd6 HKA (2 DC), Disable; Target Falls

Choke Hold

V

4

-2

+0

Grab One Limb; 2d6 NND(2)

Disarm

V

4

-1

+1

Disarm, +10 STR to Disarm roll

Escape

var.

4

+0

+0

+ 15 STR vs. Grabs

Joint Lock

V

3

+0

-1

Grab One Limb, + 10 to STR for holding on

Joint Lock/Throw

V

4

+1

+0

Grab One Limb; 1d6 NND(3); Target Falls

Legsweep

V

3

+2

-1

STR +1d6 Strike; Target Falls

Sacrifice Throw

V

3

+2

+1

STR Strike; You Fall, Target Falls

Slam

V

3

+0

+1

STR +v/5; Target Falls

Strike

V

4

+0

+2

STR +2d6 Strike

Takedown

V

3

+1

+1

STR Strike; Target Falls

Skills

Breakfall * KS: Jujutsu

Skills

Breakfall * KS: Jujutsu

Style Disadvantage

The dangerous Joint Break maneuver is not taught in normal Judo; it is taught in Jujutsu. The Strike and Atemi Strike maneuvers, which can represent several types of punches and kicks, are from the older style of Jujutsu; only player characters who study at a school which teaches these techniques will be able to learn them.

Note: students of the older, more warlike form of Jujutsu could also learn the following Weapons Elements: Blades, Chain & Rope Weapons, Clubs, Polearms, Staffs. Some substyles are also designed to be used by armored warriors (optionally, a +1 point Element, "Use Art in Armor"; refer to the discussion of "Hindering Circumstances" in Chapter Three for details).

Optional Rules: The Choke Hold is automatically a head location, but receives no extra damage for being a head location. The Strike and Atemi Strike take 3d6 location rolls. None of the other maneuvers take location rolls.

Special Abilities: None.

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