Gatka Self Defence

History Gatka is a Sikh weapon-oriented martial art with origins in the Punjab region of India. Gatka has been used to great effect on a number of occasions in recent history, from the streets of Shanghai in the 1930's (where Sikh Gatka warriors were used as riot police) to Sikh regiments in World War II, which were almost exclusively composed of Gatka warriors. Gatka fighting techniques are based on movements called Panthra, which are initially practiced without weapons to perfect the footwork...

Pentjak SiLAT

Mastery Accurate Kick 1, Accurate Kick 2, Accurate Kick 3, Pressure Points 1, Pressure Points 2, Pressure Points 3, Stunning Strike 1, Stunning Strike 2, Weapon Mastery 1 (Weapons from Indonesian weapons group only). Bonus Feats Acrobatic, Alertness, Archaic Weapons - Indonesian, Athletic, Axe Kick, Back Kick, Block, Improved Block, Circle Kick, Combat Expertise, Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Elbow Slam, Heel Kick, Immovable, Jab, Jump Kick, Leg Sweep, Nerve Strike, Poise, Snap Kick, Two-Weapon...

Kidney Punch

This is an extremely painful and dangerous attack, illegal even in most full-combat fighting sports. Prerequisite One of the following Boxing, Cobra, Eagle, Jujutsu, Karate, Kung Fu, Leopard, ROSS, Streetfighting, Thai Kickboxing, Tiger. Effect This feat increases your punch damage by one die size (e.g. from 1d6 to 1d8). In addition to suffering normal punching damage, the target of this attack must succeed at a Fortitude save (DC 10 + your Strength modifier + your level - target's level) or be...

Zen Archery Kyudo

One of the most amazing expressions of the art of Zen is the ability to strike the bull's-eye of a target while blindfolded. Prerequisite Kyudo, Zen Mastery 10 Ranks, Blind-Fight. Effect This feat allows the Zen Mastery skill to have its normal effects on ranged attacks as well as melee attacks. Normal Zen Mastery normally only aids melee attacks. a sweet southern belle and dragged her off to Japan, where she didn't even speak the language. And then you let her have a half-breed, mutt girl who...

Achilles Lock Thai Kicksoxing

You execute a leg-lock on an opponent that places extreme stress on the Achilles tendon. This is a dangerous submission hold illegal in most matches. Prerequisite Thai Kickboxing, BAB 5 . Effect In addition to normal grapple damage, this maneuver inflicts a -2 Defense penalty on the target for 1-4 rounds after it is applied, unless the target succeeds at a Fortitude save DC 10 your Strength modifier your level - target's level . Special Achilles Lock is a submission hold. If you use this...

Uppercut

By bringing your fist up directly under the chin of your opponent, snapping his head back with the blow, you can often fell a formidable opponent in one swift, unexpected punch. Prerequisite One of the following Boxing, Drunken Master, Jujutsu, Leopard, ROSS, Thai Kickboxing, Tiger. Effect Your punch damage is increased by one die size e.g. from 1d6 to 1d8 when using this maneuver. If a character makes a critical hit with an uppercut, then the attack is treated as a Knockout Blow in addition to...

THiGH KiCk

You kick your target's thigh, gradually whittling away at her mobility. Prerequisite One of the following Capoeira, Dragon, Hapkido, Jujutsu, Karate, Kung Fu, Panther, Savate, Shao-Lin, TaeKwonDo, Thai Kickboxing, White Crane, Wing Chun. Effect Each time you hit with this attack, your target suffers normal kick damage and must make a Fortitude save DC 10 your Strength modifier your level -target's level . Failure means the target takes a -1 Dodge penalty to her Defense for the rest of the...

RiDGEHAND

This is an open-hand attack where the hand is held open and straight, and attacks are made with the edge of the hand. Colloquially known as the Karate Chop, this maneuver is in fact used by many eastern styles. Prerequisite One of the following Jujutsu, Karate, Kung-Fu, Shao-Lin, Wing Chun. Effect Your punch damage is increased by one die size e.g. from 1d6 to 1d8 , and you add one-and-a-half times your Strength modifier to the damage. You may only use this feat once per round, but you may make...

Wing Chun

History Wing Chun was developed approximately three-hundred years ago in Southern China by a Buddhist Nun named Ng Mui, and it is named after Ng Mui's first student, Yim Wing Chun. Legend states that Ng Mui was fleeing the destruction of her Shao-Lin monastery and sought shelter at a monastery in Yim Wing Chun's town. The Nun took pity on the girl, who was being harassed by a local ruffian that sought to intimidate her into accepting his marriage proposal. After training with Ng Mui, Yim Wing...

Boxing

History Boxing can be definitively traced to the Ancient Olympic games as far back as 688 BCE, although its origins are doubtless much older. As with wrestling, boxing appears to be an almost universal activity in the ancient world for both combat and sport. Modern competition boxing bears little resemblance to these ancient matches, in which no protective gear was worn, no time limit was imposed, no score was kept, and matches sometimes lasted over twelve hours, continuing until one combatant...

White Crane

You imitate the grace of the White Crane in combat. This style is also one of the five animal styles associated with the Shao-Lin temple Crane, Dragon, Leopard, Cobra, and Tiger. If you wish to simulate one of these Shao-Lin animal styles, you should take both the Shao-Lin Kung Fu and Dragon style feats, then take a mix of maneuvers from each style. There is also the Hung Gar style, which is a combination of Shao-Lin Crane and Shao-Lin Tiger styles. If you wish to simulate that style, you...

Hypnotic Gestures Ki

By weaving your hands or weapons in intricate patterns, you fascinate your opponent, rendering him vulnerable. Prerequisites Ki and one of the following Arnis, Cobra, Ninjutsu. Effect You fascinates up to 2d4 HD of creatures for as long as you maintain your gestures. Once you stops making hypnotic gestures, the effects wear off in two rounds, giving you time to either attack your foes or make a Hide check. This ability counts against your Ki. You may only call on your Ki for any purpose a...

Deai Aikido

Deai means the moment of truth and is the spiritual meeting of two opposing forces. Prerequisite Aikido, Ki, Inner Peace. Effect This ability allows you to move with great speed and decision, adding your remaining Ki your Wisdom modifier minus any Ki abilities used previously that day to your Initiative and Defense for one minute per level. If Initiative is only rolled once per combat, you may reroll with the increased bonus. This ability exhausts your Ki for the rest of the day. After you use...

The LegendAry Master

There is a Master, a man of great wisdom and battle prowess. This Master can teach the character things no one else can. Often, these secret teachings involve feats in the Ki tree, but they could also be extremely powerful Signature Moves or an entirely new style the GM wishes to introduce into the campaign. Perhaps the character seeks the Legendary Master for advice on solving a specific problem or dealing with a specific opponent. Whatever his motivation, the character will find that this...

Rencong

The Rencong is one of the most bizarre weapons ever invented. An Indonesian weapon associated with Pentjak Silat, the Rencong is a knife meant to be held with the feet. The weapon adds to kicking damage, and if the wielder also uses a weapon in his hand, then all the normal penalties for two weapon fighting apply. Traditional use involves wielding a Kujang with one hand and the Rencong with the opposite foot, which allows the wielder to surprise his opponent with the Rencong. Trained...

Feats

Kata, Knowledge history 1 Rank, Knowledge philosophy 1 Rank Knowledge history 2 Ranks, Knowledge tactics 2 Ranks Attacks of Opportunity vs. one Style Defensive Martial Arts, Improved Disarm, Defensive Martial Arts or Improved Trip Combat Martial Arts or Defensive Martial Arts Combat Martial Arts or Defensive Martial Arts Combat Martial Arts or Defensive Martial Arts Combat Martial Arts or Defensive Martial Arts Combat Martial Arts or Defensive Martial Arts Combat Martial Arts or Defensive...

Shaolin kung fu

History The Shao-Lin temples are legendary schools for numerous styles of Kung Fu, including Wing Chun and several animal styles including Dragon and Crane styles . In the history of the Shao-Lin, it is difficult to separate Chinese propaganda from superstitious myth that has the students of the Shao-Lin able to perform almost superhuman feats the television show Kung Fu did much to spread the mythology of the mystical Shao-Lin temple to America . What follows is as unbiased an account of the...

T martial arts styles

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