Based in the city of the same name in the Celebes, this substyle is known for its unusual cross-legged stances, which are used to turn quickly and evade an attack. There is very little forwards-backwards movement in Kendari Silat; it is suited for use in narrow or cramped quarters, such as alleys or ships.
To be counted a practitioner of Kendari Silat, a character must know the Block, Dodge and Punch maneuvers. Kicks are almost never used; if they are, they take a 2d6+7 location roll.
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