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  | [[Gregor Erhart Fechtbuch (MS E.1939.65.354)|MS E.1939.65.354]] (1533)
 
  | [[Gregor Erhart Fechtbuch (MS E.1939.65.354)|MS E.1939.65.354]] (1533)
  | [[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (MSS Dresd.C.93/C.94)|MS Dresden C.93]] (ca. 1542)
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  | [[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.10825/10826)|Codex 10825]] (1540s)
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  | [[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.10825/10826)|Cod. 10825]] (1540s)
  | [[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.icon. 393)|Codex Icon 393]] (1550s)
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  | [[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.icon. 393)|Cod.icon 393]] (1550s)
 
  | [[Lienhart Sollinger Fechtbuch (Cgm 3712)|Cgm 3712]] (1556)
 
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Some 19th century scholars assumed that Lecküchner's name was a corruption of "Liechtenauer" and a reference to [[Johannes Liechtenauer]], the grand master of the primary German [[longsword]] tradition. However, biographical information from historical records, as well as the colophon in the manuscript itself, thoroughly disproves this theory. Lecküchner's system of [[Messer]] fencing does, however, seem to be related in some way to the longsword teachings of Liechtenauer from the previous century. His teachings are organized in a similar fashion using similar terminology, and often his [[Recital]] (''Zettel'') is nearly identical to that of Liechtenauer.
 
Some 19th century scholars assumed that Lecküchner's name was a corruption of "Liechtenauer" and a reference to [[Johannes Liechtenauer]], the grand master of the primary German [[longsword]] tradition. However, biographical information from historical records, as well as the colophon in the manuscript itself, thoroughly disproves this theory. Lecküchner's system of [[Messer]] fencing does, however, seem to be related in some way to the longsword teachings of Liechtenauer from the previous century. His teachings are organized in a similar fashion using similar terminology, and often his [[Recital]] (''Zettel'') is nearly identical to that of Liechtenauer.
  
Two potentially-autograph copies of Lecküchner's treatise are preserved: the [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cod.Pal.Germ.430)|Codex Palatine German 430]], completed in 1478, and the [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cgm 582)|Cgm 582]], completed on 19 January 1482 (the year of his death).<ref>The [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cgm 582)|Cgm 582]] states on [http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00002184/image_434 folio 216v] that "This material was composed by the Reverend Johannes Lecküchner, at that time of the parish in Herzogenaurach, in the year of our Lord 1478, but this book was written and completed in the 82nd year on the eve of St. Sebastian." (''Composita est materia illa per domine Johanne Lecküchner tunc tempore plebanus jn Hertzogaurach Anno domini M°CCCC° septuagesimo octauo sed iste librum Scriptum est et completus Anno 8° secundo jn vigilia sancti Sebastiani'').</ref> The Cgm 582 mentions in the last paragraph that a previous draft had been produced, which is presumed to be a reference to the CPG 430. Despite the Cgm 582 being the more extensive and elaborate of the two, it is the CPG 430 that seems to be the source for all later repetitions of Lecküchner's teachings. A slightly abridged version of this treatise (probably based on a lost intermediary) was included by [[Hans von Speyer]] in the [[Codex Speyer (MS M.I.29)|MS M.I.29]] in 1491, and similar (but not identical) abridged versions were reproduced by [[Gregor Erhart]] in 1533, [[Paulus Hector Mair]] in the 1540s, and [[Lienhart Sollinger]] in 1556.
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Two potentially-autograph copies of Lecküchner's treatise are preserved: the [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cod.Pal.Germ.430)|Cod. Pal. Germ. 430]], completed in 1478, and the [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cgm 582)|Cgm 582]], completed on 19 January 1482 (the year of his death).<ref>The [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cgm 582)|Cgm 582]] states on [http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00002184/image_434 folio 216v] that "This material was composed by the Reverend Johannes Lecküchner, at that time of the parish in Herzogenaurach, in the year of our Lord 1478, but this book was written and completed in the 82nd year on the eve of St. Sebastian." (''Composita est materia illa per domine Johanne Lecküchner tunc tempore plebanus jn Hertzogaurach Anno domini M°CCCC° septuagesimo octauo sed iste librum Scriptum est et completus Anno 8° secundo jn vigilia sancti Sebastiani'').</ref> The Cgm 582 mentions in the last paragraph that a previous draft had been produced, which is presumed to be a reference to the CPG 430. Despite the Cgm 582 being the more extensive and elaborate of the two, it is the CPG 430 that seems to be the source for all later repetitions of Lecküchner's teachings. A slightly abridged version of this treatise (probably based on a lost intermediary) was included by [[Hans von Speyer]] in the [[Codex Speyer (MS M.I.29)|MS M.I.29]] in 1491, and similar (but not identical) abridged versions were reproduced by [[Gregor Erhart]] in 1533, [[Paulus Hector Mair]] in the 1540s, and [[Lienhart Sollinger]] in 1556.
  
 
Preceding the treatises of Lecküchner and Liechtenauer in the MS M.I.29 are brief notes by a [[Magister Andreas]] explaining equivalences in concepts and terminology between the two,<ref>[[Hans von Speyer]]. Untitled [manuscript]. [[Codex Speyer (MS M.I.29)|MS M.I.29]]. Salzburg, Austria: [[Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg]], 1491. ff 5r-7r</ref> perhaps indicating that by this time Lecküchner's teachings had been integrated into the Liechtenauer school of fencing. This notion is further supported by the appearance of Lecküchner's Recital alongside Liechtenauer's in [[Marxbrüder]] captain [[Peter Falkner]]'s treatise of ca. 1495.
 
Preceding the treatises of Lecküchner and Liechtenauer in the MS M.I.29 are brief notes by a [[Magister Andreas]] explaining equivalences in concepts and terminology between the two,<ref>[[Hans von Speyer]]. Untitled [manuscript]. [[Codex Speyer (MS M.I.29)|MS M.I.29]]. Salzburg, Austria: [[Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg]], 1491. ff 5r-7r</ref> perhaps indicating that by this time Lecküchner's teachings had been integrated into the Liechtenauer school of fencing. This notion is further supported by the appearance of Lecküchner's Recital alongside Liechtenauer's in [[Marxbrüder]] captain [[Peter Falkner]]'s treatise of ca. 1495.
  
One final note of interest is that in 1531, printer [[Christian Egenolff]] published a fencing anthology entitled ''[[Der Altenn Fechter anfengliche kunst (Christian Egenolff)|Der Altenn Fechter anfengliche kunst]]'', and included in it a brief treatise on the Messer attributed to Master Hans Lebkommer. This is likely a misspelling or alternate rendering of "Lecküchner" given that the text appears to be a brief summary of Lecküchner's teachings, intermingled with the Messer teachings of [[Andre Paurñfeyndt]] (uncredited).
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One final note of interest is that in 1531, printer [[Christian Egenolff]] published a fencing anthology entitled ''[[Der Altenn Fechter anfengliche kunst (Christian Egenolff)|Der Altenn Fechter anfengliche kunst]]'', and included in it a brief treatise on the Messer attributed to a certain Master [[Hans Lebkommer]]. This is either a misspelling or alternate rendering of "Lecküchner"; the text appears to be a brief summary of Lecküchner's teachings, intermingled with the Messer teachings of [[Andre Paurenfeyndt]] (uncredited). Since there is no indication that it was actually written by Lecküchner (who was long dead by that time), and in order to avoid confusion here, this otherwise anonymous treatise can be found on the Lebkommer page.
  
 
== Treatise ==
 
== Treatise ==
  
Lecküchner's two manuscripts contain a number of substantial differences, some of which can be interpreted as corrections in the later edition and others which are less explicable. In this compilation, we've merged the translations of both texts and selected in most cases the longest or most detailed description available. While we judge that this will be of the most use to the practitioner, readers interested in a deeper cut should go straight to the source and read the original PDF prepared by [[Grzegorz Żabiński]], [[Russell A. Mitchell]], and [[Falko Fritz]] (see the sidebar); this excellent document not only separates out the two translations wherever the texts differ but also offers original transcriptions of both as well as a lengthy introduction to give them greater context.
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The two manuscripts whose creation seems to have been personally overseen by Lecküchner contain a number of substantial differences, some of which can be interpreted as corrections in the later edition and others which are less explicable. In this compilation, they're treated as mutually-authoritative and translated separately; it's possible that a future version of this article will merge the translations together and describe the differences in footnotes. Both of these manuscripts were prepared late in Lecküchner's life based on one or more lost earlier versions. The [[Codex Speyer (MS M.I.29)|Salzburg version]] seems likely to be a faithful copy of one of those versions, so it is presented in the first transcription column to illustrate how the text expanded over time.
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The typical Wiktenauer style is to break up the Recital into verses in a standard fashion according to their rhyme scheme. In the case of Lecküchner, however, the Recital is already broken into discrete lines in most extant copies, but the precise separation varies from copy to copy. The format of the various copies has therefore been preserved in this table in order to allow comparison (even though that means leaving the Vienna version completely un-separated). In the translation, the verses that are common to multiple copies are rendered in <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">red text</span>, while the verses that are unique to [[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cgm 582)|Munich version Ⅰ]] appear in '''black text'''.
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:''To view a version of this table without illustrations, see [[Johannes Lecküchner/No illustrations]].''
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! <p>{{rating|start|Partial Translation (from the Heidelberg)}}<br/>by [[Grzegorz&nbsp;Żabiński]], [[Russell&nbsp;A.&nbsp;Mitchell]], [[Falko&nbsp;Fritz]]</p>
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! <p>{{rating|C|Draft Translation (from the Munich)}}<br/>by [[Grzegorz&nbsp;Żabiński]], [[Russell&nbsp;A.&nbsp;Mitchell]], [[Falko&nbsp;Fritz]]</p>
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! <p>[[Codex Speyer (MS M.I.29)|Salzburg Transcription]] (1491)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Codex_Speyer_(MS_M.I.29) edit]&#93;</span><br/>by [[Dierk Hagedorn]]</p>
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! <p>[[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cod.Pal.Germ.430)|Heidelberg Transcription]] (1478)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Kunst_des_Messerfechtens_(Cod.Pal.Germ.430) edit]&#93;</span><br/>by [[Grzegorz&nbsp;Żabiński]], [[Russell&nbsp;A.&nbsp;Mitchell]], [[Falko&nbsp;Fritz]]</p>
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! <p>[[Kunst des Messerfechtens (Cgm 582)|Munich Ⅰ Transcription]] (1482)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Kunst_des_Messerfechtens_(Cgm_582) edit]&#93;</span><br/>by [[Carsten&nbsp;Lorbeer]], [[Julia&nbsp;Lorbeer]], [[Johann&nbsp;Heim]], [[Robert&nbsp;Brunner]], [[Alex&nbsp;Kiermayer]]</p>
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! <p>[[Oplodidaskalia sive Armorvm Tractandorvm Meditatio Alberti Dvreri (MS 26-232)|Vienna Transcription]] (1512)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Oplodidaskalia_sive_Armorvm_Tractandorvm_Meditatio_Alberti_Dvreri_(MS_26-232) edit]&#93;</span><br/>by [[Dierk Hagedorn]]</p>
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! <p>[[Gregor Erhart Fechtbuch (MS E.1939.65.354)|Glasgow Transcription]] (1533)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Gregor_Erhart_Fechtbuch_(MS_E.1939.65.354) edit]&#93;</span><br/></p>
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! <p>[[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (MSS Dresd.C.93/C.94)|Dresden (Mair) Transcription]] (1542)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Opus_Amplissimum_de_Arte_Athletica_(MS_Dresd.C.93) edit]&#93;</span><br/>by [[Pierre-Henry Bas]]</p>
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! <p>[[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.10825/10826)|Vienna (Mair) German Transcription]] (1550s)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Opus_Amplissimum_de_Arte_Athletica_(Cod.10825) edit]&#93;</span><br/></p>
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! <p>[[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.icon. 393)|Munich (Mair) Transcription]] (1540s)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Opus_Amplissimum_de_Arte_Athletica_(Cod.icon._393_I) edit]&#93;</span><br/></p>
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! <p>[[Opus Amplissimum de Arte Athletica (Cod.10825/10826)|Vienna (Mair) Latin Transcription]] (1550s)&nbsp;<span class="noprint plainlinks" style="font-weight:normal; font-size:85%;">&#91;[https://wiktenauer.com/wiki/Index:Opus_Amplissimum_de_Arte_Athletica_(Cod.10825) edit]&#93;</span><br/></p>
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<p>Here begins the foreword on the Messer and states that who wants to fight well with the Messer, should learn the proper art and obey to this art and skill written below. This way, he will be able to stand with the rightful art in front of the princes and lords, and his art will be better rewarded to him than to other masters who do not know these things and cannot perform them. Namely, there are many masters of the sword who do not know the art of the Messer and cannot excogitate it properly. Who is able to perform this thing and this art, there are numerous serious elements by which he can beat the masters well and skillfully force them so that they must let themselves be beaten, thrust, led, thrown and held against their wish.</p>
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<p>Here the master ended the foreword and now he gives you a good teaching. Understand it this way: when you come to a man in the ''Zufechten'', you should not stand still with the Messer and wait for his strokes. That is because the swordsmen who only want to displace are beaten a lot, because as they try to displace, they cannot perform any rightful art and this way, as they do not want to do anything but displace and they want to look at other men’s strokes and work, they are beaten and weakened in spite of their entire art.</p>
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<p>Here the master states and announces the base of the Messer fencing and says: “simultaneously,” “before” and “after,” etc. You should understand it this way that you should learn properly before all other things these two things, that is the “before” and the “after” and the “strong” and the “weak,” and the word “simultaneously,” as the base of the entire art of fencing comes therefrom. And if you learn and understand these things properly, and additionally you do not forget the word “simultaneously” in all the elements you have performed, you can be well a good master of the Messer and you can teach the princes and lords so that they stand well with the rightful art in friendly and in serious combat.</p>
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<p>Then, the “before” is that if you are coming with a stroke sooner than he so that he has to displace. So work “simultaneously” skillfully with the Messer in front of you or with other elements and do not let him come to any work afterwards. This way, you have acquired the “before.”</p>
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<p>And if he comes sooner than you with the work or with the stroke and you have to displace it, work “simultaneously” skillfully with the Messer or otherwise with the elements. This way, you take the “before” from him with your “after,” and this is called the “before” and “after.”</p>
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<p>Then, you should also know before all other things the “weak” and the “strong” of the Messer. Be aware that from the hilt to the middle of the Messer there is the “strong” and from the middle down to the point there is the “weak.” And how you should fence therefrom, you find written afterwards, and also what the word “simultaneously” is.</p>
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<p>Here teaches the master how one should hold himself in the Messer fencing and how one should prepare to it. And firstly, you should fence with one hand with the Messer and you should have the other one on the back. If you want to fight with the empty hand, as in Messer-taking, grasping, clenching the arms etc., you should turn the hand from the back to the chest when you want to perform something on him on the inside over the arm.</p>
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| <p>Secondly, the six hidden strokes are described and mentioned in the text, from that many good elements come, if one can perform them right and know how to prepare them skillfully. And how you should perform them with three elements, you will be taught afterwards.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The ''Zornhau'', ''Wecker''<br/>''Entrüsthau'', ''Zwinger'',<br/>''Geferhau'' with ''Wincker''</span></p>
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<p>Here the master names the six hidden strokes, as each is called with its name, so that you can learn the elements in a better way. And he says that the first is called the ''Zornhau'', the other the ''Wecker'', the third the ''Entrüsthau'', the fourth the ''Zwinger'', the fifth the ''Geferhau'' and the sixth is called the ''Wincker''. These are the six elements and are the main elements, as you will see afterwards.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The ''Bastei'', displace<br/>Draw after, overrun and set off<br/>The change through, twitch<br/>Run through, press the cutting off<br/>Run off, take over<br/>Go through, bow, take the defense<br/>Hang, the windings against the openings<br/>Strike the stroke from below, learn to discourage</span></p>
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<p>Here the master lists the other main elements: these are seventeen. The first are the four guards-they are referred to as the text says: the ''Bastei''.</p>
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| <p>Then, the other element is called displacing-it is referred to as the text says: displace.</p>
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| <p>Then, the third are the drawing after-it is referred to as it is said: drawing after.</p>
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| <p>Then, the fourth are overrunning-it is referred to as it is said: run over.</p>
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| <p>Then, the fifth are setting off-it is referred to as it is said: set off.</p>
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| <p>Then, the sixth are changing through-the master refers to it as he says: change through.</p>
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| <p>Then, the seventh is called twitching-it is referred to as he says: twitch.</p>
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| <p>Then, the eighth are running through-they are referred to as it is said: run through.</p>
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| <p>Then, the ninth are cutting off or the four cuts-it is referred to as it is said: cutting off.</p>
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| <p>Then, the tenth is called pressing the hands-it is referred to as he says: press.</p>
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| <p>Then, the eleventh are running off-it is referred to as he says: run off.</p>
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| <p>Then, the twelfth are taking over-it is referred to as he says: take over.</p>
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| <p>Then, the thirteenth are going through-it is referred to as he says: go through.</p>
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| <p>Then, the fourteenth is called the bow-it is referred to as he says bow.</p>
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| <p>Then, the fifteenth is called taking the Messer-it is referred to as it is said: take the defense.</p>
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| <p>Then, the sixteenth are the hangings-they are referred to as it is said: hang.</p>
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| <p>Then, the seventeenth are winding with the Messer-the master refers to it for us as he says: wind against the openings.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">What is turned against you<br/>The ''Zornhau'' point break it well<br/>If you want to ashame him<br/>Learn to take away on the Messer</span></p>
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<p>As the master divided the Messer fencing into the different techniques and described each of them with a name. Now he begins to speak about the first part of the division, that is about the ''Zornhau''. And one is to know that the ''Zornhau Ort'' breaks all the strokes from above but is still nothing else but a simple peasant stroke.</p>
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| <p>Then, do it this way: when he strikes from above from the right side to the head, strike from your right side<ref>Unnecessary repetition, a scribe’s mistake.</ref> also from above angrily<ref>I.e., rapidly</ref> above together to displace him. Then Let “simultaneously” your point shoot forwards towards his face or the chest and “simultaneously” turn your Messer against his, so that the long edge stands above and the short edge is below. If he becomes aware of the point, wind again the point on his left side towards the face, so that always the long edge is above. If he becomes aware of the point, pull up the Messer on the upper Messer’s blade against his Messer and strike to him at the other side to the head. This is called taking away on the Messer.</p>
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| <p>'''The ''Zornhau Ort'' is turned against you<br/>strike the receipe: lower the long point and thrust at the chest.'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches the break against the ''Zornhau Ort'', and the text states: The ''Zornhau Ort'', etc. You should understand it this way: if he delivers the ''Zornhau'' with the ''Ort'' against you, strike to his hand on the wrist inside of his same hand.</p>
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| <p>Then, if he delivers the ''Zornhau Ort'' to you and wants to thrust at your face, lower your Messer with straight arm and lower the point to his chest and push him well back and put the left leg well back.</p>
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<p>Then, if he strikes from above his right side, strike also angrily together with him and turn the point to the face against the Messer, so that the right edge is above. If he becomes aware of the thrust, let your point “simultaneously” go down and go between you and him high with it and strike to his right side from above to the head with the long edge etc.</p>
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| <p>'''You should lower through the point<br/>weaken the head with reaching it with the cross stroke'''</p>
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| <p>'''If he wants to strike crosswise to the ears<br/>Lower the point down to the chest if you want to dupe him.'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a break against the element described above and says: If he wants to strike
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crosswise, etc. You should understand it in this way: If he is stroking the cross stroke to your ears and
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| <p>[35] Then, you can also do it with the short edge and also strike or you can strike to the head with the ''Entrüsthau'', as soon as you let the point sink, it all goes right, so that you can perform it rightfully.</p>
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| <p>'''From the ''Zornhau'', learn to deliver low to the right<br/>Strike shortly or learn to cut through the mouth'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches an element that you should deliver out of the ''Zornhau'', and says: From the ''Zornhau'' learn, etc. You should understand it this way: if you have done the ''Zornhau'' on him, you should lower the point and you should go with the lowered Messer with the arm high between you and him, so that the hilt is standing above. Then, “simultaneously” bend your hand and strike with the short edge in his face or cut through his face with the short edge.</p>
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| <p>[38] </p>
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| <p>'''If he has bound with the short edge<br/>Wind the point in the rightway so you will find him'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the element described above, and he says: If he wants with the short edge, etc. You should understand it this way: if he wants to cut or strike at you with the short edge to your face, as it is described before, wind “simultaneously” the point against his Messer and thrust at his face on his right side.</p>
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| <p>[39] </p>
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| <p>'''Learn to directly take away<br/>Strike a good deal long with the edge to the head'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches the taking away with the long Messer and says: Directly to take away, etc. If
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you strike the ''Zornhau'', wind your Messer against his one, so that the long edge is standing above
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itself. “Simultaneously” wind again to your right side against his left side, so that the long edge is
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below and the blunt one is above, and thrust straight at his face. “Simultaneously” strike skillfully
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along the Messer to his right side with the long edge to the head.</p>
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| <p>[40] </p>
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| <p>'''If he has taken away straight on the Messer<br/>remember to step sideways<br/>Remain, strike, cut or thrust<br/>turn your flat on his one which breaks the takings away.'''</p>
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 +
<p>Here the master teaches the breakings against the takings away and says: On the Messer straight, etc. You should understand it this way: if he takes away on you with straight Messer, as it is stated above, “simultaneously” step aside to your right side well away out of his stroke and remain standing still, and strike to him with the long edge of your Messer on his head. Or turn your Messer against his one, so that the long edge is standing upwards, and thrust to his face or strike with the short edge to his face.</p>
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<p>Then, if he takes you away on the Messer, turn your Messer with the back of your Messer a bit on his one and strike at him from above to the opening, so that you strike through his head, amen.</p>
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| <p>[42] </p>
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| <p>Then, or drive with the flat of your Messer on his Messer during the taking away and strike to his head with the long edge. And notice, as you fall with the flat on his Messer, that you hit it cleanly. “Simultaneously” go high with the long edge and strike to his head, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>[43] '''Then, another breaking against the taking away:'''</p>
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 +
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| <p>[44] Then, another breaking: “simultaneously” as  he takes away, thrust at his face.</p>
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| <p>[45] </p>
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| <p>'''If you want to break the taking away with the flat of the Messer<br/>Wind in the rightway if you want to take revenge.'''</p>
 +
 
 +
<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the breaking described above and says: If you want the flat, etc. You should understand it this way: if you have taken away on the Messer and he stands still with the Messer and lets you take away and if “simultaneously” he falls with the flat of his Messer on your one, and wants to strike you to the head, “simultaneously” wind against his Messer on his right side, so that you touch him at the head, as it is depicted below. Or, wait till he goes high and wants to strike to the head-then, go also high and wind over his Messer to his left side, so that the short edge is standing above, and thrust to the face to the same side. This is a very good breaking. The text follows.</p>
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| <p>[46] </p>
 +
| <p>'''If he wants to hurt you with taking away<br/>Learn to set the point to the face in the right way.'''</p>
 +
 
 +
<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the takings aside and says: If he wants with taking aside, etc. You should understand it this way: if he has taken away on the Messer with the long edge, wind your flat on his one, and remain standing there. Then, put the thumb on the flat of your Messer and thrust to his face of his right side.</p>
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| <p>[47] </p>
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| <p>'''If he sets the point to the face to the right<br/>Lower the point, go straight to the chest-this is the keep'''</p>
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 +
<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the breaking described above and says: If he sets to the face, etc. You should understand it this way: if you want to take away and he wants to break it with the point, as it is described above, lower your point with a straightened arm and put the left foot well back and thrust straight to his throat or chest.</p>
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| <p>[48] </p>
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 +
<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Strike, thrust, notice<br/>In the binding whether “soft” or “hard”<br/>Pay attention to “before”, “after” and “simultaneously”<br/>Consider rightfully the course of the “war”</span></p>
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<p>Now, the master has said about the first element, that is about the ''Zornhau''. Now he says a good teaching, that is, if one strikes or thrusts together with you, you should notice well, as one Messer sparks on the other, whether he is “soft” or “hard” in the binding. And as soon as you realise this, work “simultaneously” in the “war” according to the “soft” and to the “hard” to the next opening.</p>
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 +
<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Strike, thrust, notice<br/>In the binding whether “soft” or “hard”<br/>Pay attention to “before”, “after” and “simultaneously”<br/>Consider rightfully the course of the “war”</span></p>
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<p>Now, the master has said about the first element, that is the ''Zornhau''. Now he says a good teaching, that is, if one strikes or thrusts together with you, you should notice when one Messer touching the other, whether he is “soft” or “hard” in the binding. And as soon as you realise this, work “simultaneously” in the “war” according to the “soft” and to the “hard” to the next opening.</p>
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| <p>[49] Know that if you can work properly with the “war” and you lead it well, he is hardly able to escape from you You can do your work on him, so that he is hardly able to come from you without having been beaten. And what is “before” and “after,” you have heard before, and what is the “war” you will be taught afterwards. ''The text follows.''</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The “war” dissolve<br/>Above and below, wait for the openings</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says what the war is and what one should perform therefrom towards the four peaks, that is to the four openings. Now, it is to be known that the war are the “windings” in the Messer and the work therefrom with the point to the four openings. This is called the “war”.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches what the “war” is and what one should work therefrom towards the four peaks, that is to the four openings. Now, it is to be known that the “war” are the “winding” in the Messer and the work therefrom with the point to the four peaks. This is called the “war”.</p>
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| <p>[51] Now, you should perform the war this way: if you strike the ''Zornhau'' together with him, as soon as he displaces, go high with the arm and wind him the point on his Messer from above to the face to his left side. If he sets the thrust aside, go to the lower peak to his right side and set him the point on. If he follows your Messer with the displacement, seek another peak with the point, downwards to the left side. If he becomes aware of the point, seek the fourth peak with the point, to the face to his right side. And when you want to prepare for the war, you should cleverly understand to always go high with the arm in front of the head, and sink the point to the peaks.</p>
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| <p>Now, perform the war this way: if you strike the Zornhau on him, as soon as he then displaces, go high with the arm and wind him the point on his Messer from above to the face on his left side. If he displaces the thrust aside, go high to the other side to the other peak under his right arm on the chest. In case he follows the thrust, work to the next opening that you can find.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches that you in the Zufechten, that is, while you come to the man, should not strike to his Messer, but you should remember the four peaks.</p>
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| <p>[56] Take one of the openings and do not pay attention to what he does against you. Strike to it bravely; in case he displaces, strike quickly to the other peak, to the next opening that you can acquire. You should also wait for the body of the man and not for the Messer. ''The text follows.''</p>
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| <p>Take the peaks with no fear and do not pay attention to what he does against you. Strike to it bravely; in case he displaces, strike quickly to the other peak, to the next opening that you can acquire.</p>
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| <p>[57] <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you have grasped that<br/>The peaks are acquired<br/>If you want to take revenge<br/>And break skillfully the four peaks<br/>Double from above<br/>And mutate from below</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says that if one strikes to you honestly and you want to take revenge on him and break skillfully the peaks, so that you can beat him at his own game, be it pleasant or painful to him, perform the doubling against the “strong” of the Messer and the mutating against the “weak.” I tell you for the truth that he is hardly able to guard himself against the strokes and is hardly able to come to the strokes before your strokes.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you have grasped that<br/>The peaks are acquired<br/>If you want to take revenge<br/>And break skillfully the four peaks<br/>Double from above<br/>And mutate from below</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says that if one strikes to you honestly and you want to take revenge on him and break skillfully the peaks, perform the doubling against the “strong” of the Messer and the mutating against the “weak.” I tell you for the truth that he is hardly able to defend himself against the strokes and is hardly able to come to the strokes.</p>
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 97v.png|10|lbl=97v.10}}
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| <p>[58] </p>
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| <p>Then, if you strike to him from your left side and bind him on his Messer with the long edge, go quickly high with the arm and remain standing on the Messer and strike to him behind the blade of his Messer with the blunt edge.</p>
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| <p>[59] </p>
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| <p>Then, perform the doubling this way: if he strikes to you from above coming from his right shoulder, so strike from your right with strength the same way as he from above to the head. If he displaces the stroke with the strength, wind the hilt under your right arm and go quickly high with the arm and strike him with the long edge behind the blade of his Messer to the head.</p>
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| <p>[60] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>Then, it was said about the doubling. Now, it is said about the mutating that you should perform it this way: if you strike to him from your right shoulder strongly from above and he displaces and is “weak in the Messer,” wind to him on your left side on to his Messer and go with it well high with the arms. Then, hang the point to him from above over his Messer and go with the arm high over his Messer, and thrust at him to the other peak.</p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 011r.png|3|lbl=11r.3|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 011v.png|1|lbl=11v.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cgm 582 011v.jpg|2|lbl=11v.2}}
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{{section|Page:MS 26-232 97v.png|13|lbl=97v.13}}
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| <p>[61] </p>
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| <p>Then, have you bound from your left side with the long edge at his Messer: go high with the arm and remain with the same edge at his Messer and wind to his left side over his Messer and thrust at him to the other peak of his left side. This way you can perform the two elements from all the strokes after you have feeled whether he is “soft” or “hard” “on the Messer.”</p>
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| <p>[62] </p>
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| <p>'''If he wants to mutate<br/>Twitch the point-this will decorate you'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the mutating and and speaks: If he wants, etc. You should
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understand it this way: if he wants to do the mutating, at the moment when he wants to go over your
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Messer with his own one, wind with your Messer to your left side in the hanging point and thrust at
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him quickly to his face.</p>
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| <p>[63] </p>
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| <p>'''If he wants to do the mutating to the right<br/>Wind in the hanging point and you should be guarded'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should break the mutating and speaks: If he wants, etc. You should understand it this way: if he wants to do the mutating to your right side, wind against him quickly the hanging point so that the right edge is above.</p>
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| <p>[64] </p>
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| <p>'''The hanging point to your left side<br/>Wind: if you want to deflect the mutating'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should break the mutating on the left side and speaks: The hanging point, etc. You should understand it this way: if he does the mutating on your left side, wind against him the hanging point and thrust at him to the next opening.</p>
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| <p>[65] </p>
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| <p>'''If you have deflected the mutating in the hanging point<br/>You may hurry straight to the face'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the mutating and says: The mutating in, etc. You should understand it this way: if you have wound against the mutating and you are in the hanging point, go “simultaneously” to his face with the long point and thrust at him into the face.</p>
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| <p>[66] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Do the ''Wecker'' skillfully<br/>Turn the point to the face<br/>Who is doing ''Wecker'' well with steps<br/>Stretches many strokes a lot</span></p>
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<p>Here the master has explained and told about the first chapter with his characteristics. Now he commences to the other chapter and says: Do the ''Wecker'' skillfully, etc.</p>
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{{section|Page:MS M.I.29 050v.jpg|4|lbl=50v.4|p=1}} {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 051r.jpg|1|lbl=51r.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 011v.png|3|lbl=11v.3|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 012r.png|1|lbl=12r.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cgm 582 014v.jpg|1|lbl=14v.1}}
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| <p>[67] </p>
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| <p>Now notice that the ''Wecker'' is one of the four displacements against the four guards, as with it one obtains the ''Stier'' and the ''Eber'', and the strokes from below.</p>
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| <p>[68] </p>
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| <p>Then, perform the ''Wecker'' this way: when you come to a man with the ''Zufechten'' and he stands against you and holds his Messer in front of the head in the guard of the ''Stier'' on his left side, put your left foot forwards and have your Messer on your right shoulder or in the ''Schrankhut'' at the right leg and leap with the right foot well to your right side and strike to him with the right edge well on his Messer. “Simultaneously” wind the point into his face.</p>
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| <p>[69] </p>
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| <p>'''The ''Wecker'' turns the point to the face<br/>Overcoming the point is the end'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the ''Zornhau Ort'' and speaks: The point to the face, etc. You should understand it this way: if he does the ''Wecker'' against you and wants to thrust to your face on your left side, “simultaneously” wind against his Messer on his right side and thrust to his face on his right side.</p>
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| <p>[70] </p>
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| <p>'''Learn to do the ''Wecker'' to the right<br/>Shorten, you should angle it out'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches an element from the ''Wecker'' and speaks: Learn to the right, etc. You should understand it this way: if you do the ''Wecker'' from your left side against him on his right side, “simultaneously” as you have done the ''Wecker'', strike against him with the short edge to his head, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>[71] </p>
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| <p>'''Do the ''Wecker'' with the point to the right<br/>Hang it or stretch straight'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how you should use the point from the ''Wecker'', and speaks: To the right with the point, etc. And you should understand it this way: if you have done the ''Wecker'' on his right side from your left side, “simultaneously” wind against his Messer in the hanging point, so that the long edge is above and thrust to the face on his right side.</p>
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| <p>[72] </p>
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| <p>'''Do the ''Wecker'', let the point go to the face<br/>Wind again to the left, you should not spare with the point'''</p>
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<p>Here the master states a breaking against the element described above and speaks: Do the ''Wecker'', to the face, etc. You should understand it this way: if he thrusts with the hanging point to your face, “simultaneously” let your Messer go down below his arm and go high with the long point and thrust to his face.</p>
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| <p>[73] </p>
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<p>Then, know that the ''Schranckhut'' is good and one can perform many elements therefrom.</p>
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| <p>[74] You should also perform the ''Wecker'' therefrom on both sides and perform the ''Schranckhut'' this way: When you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer with the point to your right side on the ground and the long edge be turned upwards on the Messer, and expose yourself with the left side. If he strikes to you from above to the opening, leap out of the stroke with your right foot well to the right side and wind the hilt of the Messer under your arm and strike to him with the long edge to his Messer and turn the blunt edge to his head.</p>
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| <p>You should also perform the ''Wecker'' therefrom on both sides and perform the ''Schranckhut'' this way: if you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your right foot forwards and hold your Messer with the point on the ground on your left side, so that the blunt edge is against the man. And expose yourself with the right side. If he strikes from above to your opening, leap out of the stroke with your left foot well to his right side and wind the hilt of your Messer under your arm and strike with the long edge on his Messer and turn the short edge on his head and work “simultaneously” as you know it well.</p>
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| <p>[75] Then, assume the ''Schranckhut'' on the left side this way: if you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your right foot forwards and hold your Messer with the point at your left side on the ground, so that the short edge is above on the Messer. And expose yourself with the right side. If he strikes to your opening, step with your left foot well out of the stroke to your left side and strike at him while stepping with the short edge over his Messer near the hand and turn the long edge to his head or thrust at his face as before.</p>
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| <p>Then, perform the ''Schranckhut'' on your right side in this way: when you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer with the point to your right side so that the point is on the ground and the short edge is against the man, and expose yourself with the left side. Then, step with your right foot well out of the stroke to your right side and strike to him with the short edge on his Messer close to the hand. Then, turn the long or the short edge on his head or thrust to his face as before. You can also perform the ''Wecker'' to the ''Stier'', as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Do not do the ''Wecker'' to the left, strike short<br/>Change through the right and strike</span></p>
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<p>Here the master states an element against the guard from the ''Luginsland'' and against the ''Stier''. And perform it in this way: when you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man and he stands in these guards or stances announced above, and you stand in the ''Schranckhut'', do as if you wanted to strike the ''Wecker'' to him to his left side, but do not deliver the stroke. Instead, “simultaneously” change through to the other next peak and thrust at his face to his right side, or as you change, strike the short edge over his Messer to his right side and let the point fall well over his Messer to his left side, and strike with the right edge through his head. Amen.</p>
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| <p>[77] </p>
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<p>Here the master states a good element. If one stands in the guard of the ''Luginsland'' or in the ''Stier'' or so, and strikes to you from the ''Luginsland'', rest in the ''Schranckhut'' on your left side and strike to him with the blunt edge to his Messer and “simultaneously” go high with the arm and change through and thrust at his face or chest to his left side.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the changing through from the ''Wecker'', if he wants to do the ''Wecker'' from his left side to your right side, and speaks: If he strikes the ''Wecker'' from the left, etc. You should understand it this way: if he strikes the ''Wecker'' from his left side to your right side and “simultaneously” wants to change through to your left side, remain directly with your Messer to his left side and thrust at his with the direct point or Messer to the throat or the face, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>[81] <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Do the ''Wecker'' to the flats<br/>Of the masters, if you want to weaken them<br/>As it clashes above<br/>Stand away-this I want to praise</span></p>
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<p>Here the master states a good element that you should perform this way: if you come to the man with the ''Zufechten'', put your Messer on your right side in the ''Schranckhut'' or hold it on your right shoulder. If he strikes to you from above to the opening, strike also firmly against his stroke with the right edge. And as soon as the Messers spark together, wind “simultaneously” to the face with the point and thrust at him to the upper peaks. Or do the element that is also meant in the text: as soon as the Messers spark together, strike “simultaneously” with the short edge to the head to his left side. And “simultaneously” strike skillfully to the other opening to his right side. “Simultaneously” skillfully again to the other lower peak of his left side, “simultaneously” again to the upper peak of his right side, etc.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Do the ''Wecker'' to the flats<br/>Of the masters, if you want to weaken them<br/>As it clashes above<br/>Stand away-this I want to praise</span></p>
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<p>Here the master states a good element that you should understand this way: if you come to the man with the ''Zufechten'', put your Messer in the ''Schranckhut'' or hold it on your right shoulder. If he strikes to you from above to the opening, strike also firmly against his stroke with the right edge. And as soon as the Messers spark together, wind “simultaneously” the point to the face and thrust at him to the upper peaks. Or do the element that is also meant in the text: as soon as the Messers spark together, strike “simultaneously” with the short edge to the head to his left side. And strike “simultaneously” again skillfully from one peak to the other, as you know it.</p>
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<p>Here the master states a common breaking against the ''Wecker'' and speaks: He does the ''Wecker'', etc. You should understand it this way: if one does a ''Wecker'' on you, notice, as one Messer is going to spark on the other, “simultaneously” wind your Messer against your left side and hang the point to his chest and push him well from you.</p>
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| <p>'''If he is going to expose himself with the ''Wecker''<br/>You should hook the head long'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches another breaking against the ''Wecker'' and speaks: With the ''Wecker'', etc. You should understand it this way: if he has done the ''Wecker'' on you, notice, as he has stroke against your Messer, “simultaneously” twitch your Messer towards you and let the point go down towards your left side and strike to him over his Messer directly to his head, as it is depicted below.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the ''Wecker'' and speaks: If he wants to use the ''Wecker'', etc. You should understand it this way: if he does the ''Wecker'' on you as above, “simultaneously” go through to his right side over his Messer and thrust at him to the head or face, as it is depicted below.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the ''Wecker'' and speaks: If he has done the ''Wecker'', etc. You should understand it this way: if he strikes the ''Wecker'' from his right side to your left side, “simultaneously” wind your Messer to your left side and go with the hanging point high and strike to him with the ''Entrüsthau'' to his head. Or, set him the point on, as you know it well.</p>
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<p>Here the master states a good element against these who cannot fight or against the “peasant strokes.” And do it this way: if one strikes to you with a great peasant stroke, and wants to strike you honestly through the head with the Messer, hold your Messer in the ''Schranckhut'' or at the shoulder or at the knee, so that the point is against the face of the man. And as you stand then in a stance, you can use the element, and do it on him this way: if he strikes to you, strike also together with him between the Messer and the man with the long edge. And as soon as the Messers spark together, go around the head with the Messer, and strike him to the neck. If you do not want to hurt him hard, strike to his arm. If it occurs at a “''Fechtschul''” tournament, strike to his stomach to his left side, roughly and peasantly, so that he feels it well. ''The text follows.''</p>
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<p>Here the master states a good element against these who cannot fight or against the “peasant strokes.” And do it this way: if one strikes to you with a great peasant stroke, and wants to strike you honestly through the head, hold your Messer in the ''Schranckhut'' or at the right shoulder or at the knee, so that the point of your Messer is against his face. And as you stand then in a stance, you can use the element, and do it on him this way: if he strikes to you, strike also together with him between the Messer and the man with the long edge. And as soon as the Messers spark together, go “simultaneously” to your left side around the head towards your right side with your Messer, and strike him to the neck. If you do not want to strike to his neck or head, strike to his left arm or to the stomach to his left side, roughly and peasantly, so that he feels it well.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the element announced above and speaks: With the bow, etc. You should understand it this way: if he wants to strike around his head and wants to strike to your neck, bend under his Messer and displace with the bow if you want.<ref>I.e., avoid the stroke by means of bowing forwards.</ref> “Simultaneously” wind over his Messer to his right side and “simultaneously” step behind him and strike to his head.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the element announced above and speaks: If he wants to roughly, etc. You should understand it this way: if he wants to strike a rough stroke to your stomach or to your head, notice, as soon as he wants to go around his head and wants to strike to you, go “simultaneously” skillfully to his neck or face. And thrust at him and push him with it from you, as it is depicted below.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a nice element from the ''Wecker'' and speaks: Do the ''Wecker'' politely, etc. You should understand it this way: do the ''Wecker'' from your right side to his left side and “simultaneously,” as soon as one Messer sparks on the other, turn your hand always against his Messer, so that the short edge touches him slightly on his left side. “Simultaneously” let your point go down towards the ground and go between yourself and him high to your left side and strike to him to his right side, with the short or the long edge to the head. Or, thrust, cut or do what you want.</p>
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<p>Then, the master states an element against the “weak” in the displacement and perform it this way: if you have “bound” him firmly with the ''Wecker'' on his Messer, and he is “weak in the binding”, wind “simultaneously” your Messer to his right side and take him by his neck. And come to help your right hand with the left one on the “binding,” and as you have pressed him a bit down, let the left hand go from the Messer, and hold him firmly with the right one. If he raises his Messer with the “strong,” strike to him again quickly below his Messer to his head or neck.</p>
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<p>Here the master commences to speak about the third element in the Messer and explains it with its features and speaks: the indignation etc. Now notice that the ''Entrüsthau'' breaks the guard from the ''Luginsland'' and all the strokes that are struck from above downwards. And perform it this way:</p>
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| <p>[96] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Do the ''Entrüsthau'' to the strong<br/>Notice your work with it</span></p>
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<p>It is to be known that when you strike to him with the ''Entrüsthau'', you should do it with the “strong” of your Messer. If he displaces, go high with the “strong” of your Messer to the “weak” of his Messer. If you grasp with the “strong” his “weak,” you should mutate to him over his Messer to the other peak from above to the neck. In case you cannot come to this, work from the doubling behind the blade of his Messer and strike to his head. If he is too strong in the displacement, so that you cannot come to these elements, work with the crosspiece or with the “guarding nail” and push his Messer with it aside, and strike with the ''Entrüsthau'' to the other peak.</p>
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| <p>[97] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Do the ''Entrüsthau'' to the peaks<br/>If you come in, you will succeed</span></p>
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<p>Here you are taught that you should always remember the four peaks, so that you can have the man the surer and you can strike to him bravely. And do not strike to the Messer, as you were taught before. If one comes to you in the ''Zufechten'' and stands against you in the guard of the ''Luginsland'', leap with the right foot against him well to your right side and strike to him with ''Entrüsthau'' to the upper peak. If he displaces, strike quickly to the lower peak of his right side-that is, strike the stroke from one peak to the other and if you want to be successful, you should strike with every ''Entrüsthau'' to another peak. If he displaces, strike quickly to the upper peak of his right side-that is, strike the stroke from one side to the other and if you want to be successful, you should leap far with every ''Entrüsthau'' to the side, and move well around with your arm. This way, you have the man the surer and you can give a good stroke to his head. “Simultaneously” you should pay attention that you hold your shield, that is, the displacement, well in front of your head.</p>
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| <p>[98] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The feint deceives<br/>It strikes the peaks as it wishes</span></p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should feint with the ''Entrüsthau'', as with the feints the masters who want to displace only and who strike to one’s Messer are duped a lot.</p>
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| {{section|Page:Cgm 582 026v.jpg|1|lbl=26v.1}}
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| <p>[99] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>Now, perform the feint this way: do as if you wanted to strike with the ''Entrüsthau'' to the upper peaks of his left side, and while striking, as you are close to the Messer, stike to him to the other peak of his right side to the head.</p>
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| <p>[100] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you feint in a double manner<br/>Cut the cuts with force</span></p>
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<p>Then, you should understand it this way: hold your Messer on your right side, so that the point is on the ground and the thumb is below on the flat of the Messer. And when he is high in the ''Luginsland'' and you have noticed that he let himself be deceived easily and follows eagerly with the displacement, go high in front of your body with the Messer and let the point hang towards the ground and go with the Messer above your left shoulder till over the middle of your head, so that the point goes out over the back and the hilt is against the man. And do as if you wanted to strike to his left side and “simultaneously” strike to his right ear with the ''Entrüsthau''.</p>
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| <p>[101] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>Then, if you want to do the feint to the right, do this way: stand with the left foot forwards as above. While you lead your Messer in front of your body, step with the right foot to your left one and menace him as if you wanted to strike to his left side. Then, nod with the upper part of your body towards his left side for a moment and “simultaneously” step with your left foot towards his right side and strike with the ''Entrüsthau'' to his right ear. “Simultaneously” go high with the Messer and do as if you wanted to strike to his left side and nod a bit with the body to his left side. “Simultaneously” step with your right foot behind his right one and strike again to his right side with the doubling and strike the short edge behind the blade of his Messer to his face. “Simultaneously” step again around him and go high with the Messer as above, and step with the left foot well behind his right one and strike to his neck. “Simultaneously” go high and step behind him and strike to his stomach-this is called the hitter. “Simultaneously” even step around him well and strike again to his neck.
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 018v.png|2|lbl=18v.2|p=1}} {{paget|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430|019r|png|lbl=19r|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 019v.png|1|lbl=19v.1|p=1}}
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| <p>[102] </p>
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| <p>Then, if you do not want to perform this element announced above, cut him with the doubling through his face. Or, if he wants to go “simultaneously” from the binding, cut him firmly to the next opening.</p>
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| <p>[103] </p>
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| <p>'''If he wants to do the ''Entrüsthau'' and measure to the peaks<br/>You should not forget the ''Sprechfenster'''''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the feints and Entrüsthaue and speaks: If he wants to, etc. You should understand it this way: if he wants to do feintswith the Entrüsthau, you should break it with the Sprechfenster, that is with the long point, and seek the openings with it in a masterly way, as you know it well.</p>
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| <p>[104] <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The ''Zwinger'' breaks,<br/>As a buffalo strikes or thrusts,<br/>Who wants to draw the changing,<br/> The ''Zwinger'' wants to rob him</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says about the fourth element and chapter that is called the ''Zwinger''. Perform it this way: if you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer on the ground with the point, so that the thumb is below on the Messer. If he strikes from above to the head, turn your Messer and strike against his stroke with the blunt edge long from the stretched arm from above over his Messer to his face. If he defends against it cleverly, and falls with this, and changes through below, remain with the long point long in front of his face, so that he is able to do nothing and cannot come through below.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The ''Zwinger'' breaks<br/>What a buffalo strikes or thrusts<br/>Who trusts in changing<br/>The ''Zwinger'' wants to rob him</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says about the fourth element and chapter that is called the ''Zwinger''. Perform it this way: if you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer on the ground with the point, so that the thumb is below on the Messer. If he strikes from above to the head, turn your Messer and strike against his stroke with the blunt edge long from the stretched arm from above over his Messer to his face. If he defends against it cleverly, and falls with this, and changes through below, remain with the long point long in front of his face, so that he is able to do nothing and cannot come through below.</p>
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| <p>[105] </p>
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<p>Then, you can break this with the ''Zwinger'' when one wants to thrust at you from the ''Eber''. And this goes from both sides, and if you want otherwise, from above.</p>
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| <p>[106] </p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">The ''Geferhau'' with its point<br/>Waits for the face and the chest</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the ''Geferhau'', the fifth element and chapter. You should do it this way: if one stands in the guard of the ''Bastei'', and as you come with the ''Zufechten'' to him, put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer with the stretched arm high above your head in the guard of the ''Luginsland''. Then, leap to him with the right foot and strike with the long edge from above, and remain with your arm high and move your point downwards to his face or chest.</p>
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| <p>[107] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Strike the ''Geferhau''<br/>Simultaneously show the changing through</span></p>
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<p>Then, you should deliver the element this way: if he stands against you in the ''Luginsland'', as you come to him, strike against his Messer. If he goes high and wants to set the stroke aside, “simultaneously” let your point go down forwards and change through and thrust to his right side at the face with the stretched arm, and “simultaneously” do what you prefer.</p>
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| <p>[108] </p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">You should shoot the ''Wincker''<br/>And provoke the masters with it<br/>Learn to do the ''Wincker'' in a double manner<br/>To the right from the left</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the sixth element that is called the ''Wincker'' and is one of the main elements in the Messer and strikes well the “free fighters” who displace freely, and is a new stroke and element in the Messer, and is peculiar and good.</p>
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| <p>If you want to do the element, do to him this way: stand with your left foot forwards and hold your Messer on your right shoulder. If he stands in the ''Luginsland'', strike from your right shoulder with the stretched arm long to him with the long edge. And as you strike wind against his Messer and strike to his head with the short edge. “Simultaneously” let your Messer go down towards your body and go through “simultaneously” to your left side with the lowered point and strike to his head towards his left side with the short edge.</p>
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<p>Then, put your Messer on your left side, so that the point remains on the ground and the thumb is above on the Messer, or stand in the ''Schranckhut'', so that the right foot is forwards. If he stands in the guard of the ''Luginsland'', strike always to his right side with the short edge. “Simultaneously” go through with the Messer and lower the point and go with the Messer to his left side. This way, you have the element in a double manner from both sides.</p>
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| <p>Then, if you do not want to go through, so that it is the last thing for you to go through from his right side, remain standing with the Messer and wind towards your left side, so that the short edge is below, and thrust at him at the face.</p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: if he stands against you in the ''Luginsland'', strike from your right shoulder directly from above an upper stroke to him with the long or stretched arm to his left side. Now notice, in the stroke, as the stroke goes to the head, “simultaneously” wind towards his Messer, so that the short edge is below, and do not complete the stroke. Instead, in the stroke, let your point go down and go down through with your Messer to your left side and strike to him with the short edge to the head. “Simultaneously” wind your Messer towards you and strike to him to the same side to the head with the long edge, and “simultaneously” do what you prefer. This element can also be done on both sides.</p>
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| <p>[113] </p>
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<p>Then, as you strike with the long edge to his right side to his head, “simultaneously” wind your Messer towards yourself and go high with the arm and thrust at his face to his right side. “Simultaneously” wind again towards him to his right side and thrust to his right side again to his face.</p>
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| <p>[114] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you want to deceive the masters<br/>You should enjoy the ''Wincker''<br/>What comes in a crooked manner or wrongly<br/>This is rightful for the ''Wincker''</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the element that is called the ''Wincker'' and speaks: If you want… the masters, etc. You should understand it this way that this element goes rightfully to anyone who displaces in a crooked manner or wrongly, then this element has its priority.<ref>I.e., is faster or better</ref></p>
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| <p>Do to him this way: if he displaces in a crooked manner, strike from your right shoulder from above a free upper stroke to his Messer and as you strike, turn your Messer before one sparks on the other, and go high with the arm and strike the short edge to his head.</p>
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| <p>[116] </p>
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| <p>Then, if you have not hit him, as it is already stated, with the stroke, go with the point against your left side and thrust at his throat or chest, or take away on the Messer, as you know it well.</p>
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| <p>[117] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">You should praise the four guards<br/>If you want to win in the Messer combat<br/>''Bastei'' and the ''Luginsland''<br/>''Stier'' and the ''Eber'' should be known to you</span></p>
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<p>It is to be known that the master has stated and explained the six strokes or chapters. Now he speaks here about the seventh chapter and main element. And first about the four stances in the Messer, which one can consider and defend himself from them with the rightful art.</p>
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| <p>[118] </p>
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<p>Then, the first stance or guard is called the ''Bastei''. Assume it this way: put your left<ref>Munich: "right".</ref> foot forwards and hold your Messer with the stretched arm in front of you with the point on the ground, so that the short edge is above.</p>
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| <p>[119] </p>
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<p>Then, the other guard or stance is the ''Luginsland''—assume it this way: put your left<ref>Munich: "right".</ref> foot forwards and hold your Messer with the stretched arm high in in front of your head and the long edge or the sharp edge stands against the man.</p>
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| <p>[122] </p>
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<p>The fourth guard is called the ''Eber''. Assume it this way: hold your Messer at the right leg on the right side with the hilt at the hip, so that the blunt edge is above and the point is forwards against the face of the man.</p>
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<p>Then, assume the ''Eber'' this way: put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer at the right leg on the right side with the hilt at the hip, so that the blunt edge is above and the point is forwards against the face of the man.</p>
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| <p>[123] Then, you should also perform the guard from the left side with the Messer. And assume the guard this way: hold your Messer at your left side at the left hip, so that the long edge is turned upwards and the point stands upwards against the face of the man. ''The text follows''.</p>
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| <p>Then, you should also perform the ''Eber'' from the left side with the Messer. And assume the guard this way: hold your Messer at your left side at the hip, so that the long edge is turned upwards and the hilt is a bit lowered towards the ground and the point stands upwards against the face of the man, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>[120] </p>
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<p>Then, assume the ''Stier'' this way: put your left foot forwards and hold your Messer on the left side with the hilt in front of your head, so that the short edge is against you and the point against the face.</p>
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<p>The fourth guard is called the ''Stier''. Assume it this way: stand with your left foot forwards and hold your Messer on the right side with the hilt in front of your head, so that the short edge is against you and the point against the face.</p>
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| <p>Then, assume the Stier on the other side side as it is depicted below.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">You should love the four displacements,<br/>If you want to win the stances,<br/>Mind yourself not to displace,<br/>Displacing makes a man have efforts</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the eighth chapter or element. These are the four displacements that break the four guards.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">You should refrain from the four displacements<br/>If you want to force the stances<br/>Mind yourself not to displace<br/>Displacing makes a man have efforts</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the eighth chapter or element. These are the four displacements that break the four guards.</p>
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| <p>Now you should know that there are four displacements and know that no displacement against the four guards belongs here because the four strokes which break the four guards.</p>
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| <p>Then, the first stroke is the ''Wecker''. It breaks the guard from the ''Stier''.</p>
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| <p>The other is the ''Entrüsthau''. It breaks the guard from the ''Luginsland''.</p>
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| <p>Then, the third is called the ''Zwinger''. It breaks the guard from the ''Eber''.</p>
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| <p>[129] Then, the fourth is the ''Geferhau''. It breaks the guard that is called the ''Bastei''. How you should perform the elements, you have been taught to a great degree before, as the strokes are dealt with, and how one should break the four guards with them.</p>
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| <p>Then, the fourth is the ''Geferhau''. It breaks the guard that is called the ''Bastei''. How you should perform the elements, you have been taught to a great degree before, as the strokes are dealt with, and how one should break the four guards.</p>
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| <p>Then, the text also speaks: Mind yourself not to displace. This to say that you should not displace a lot, if you do not want to be ashamed and beaten otherwise, as you have been taught before.</p>
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| <p>'''If the ''Eber'' and the ''Stier'' intend to defend themselves<br/>You should turn the ready long point to him'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the ''Eber'' and the ''Stier'' and speaks: If...intend, etc. You should understand it this way: if he stands in the ''Eber'' on his left side and wants to thrust at you to your right side, go with long stretched point “simultaneously” to his face, and fall with the rear foot well outside, so that you hit him at his face. And you should know that the breakings with the long point are better than these announced above from the strokes, as the strokes cannot protect themselves on their own against the long point and they are broken with it.</p>
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| <p>Then, if he stands in the ''Eber'' on his right side and wants to thrust at you from the guard to your left side, put the Messer on the ground so that the thumb is above on the flat and the short edge is against the man, and go with the ready long point to his face, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>Then, if he stands in the ''Stier'' on his right side and wants to thrust at you from the same guard, “simultaneously” go readily high and thrust at his face with the long point, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>[134] </p>
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| <p>Then, if he stands in the ''Stier'' on his left side and wants to thrust at you as before, go high with the stretched point and thrust at his face or throat or chest, as it is depicted below. And with these breakings you break the four guards always in the best way.</p>
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| <p>[135] </p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">You should set on<br/>And hurt him on the four ends<br/>If he comes from above or from below<br/>The straight point is bound to him</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the settings on and the setting on is a good honest element and it goes close to the four peaks. And it should be performed as soon as you want to finish with the Messer, and perform the settings on this way: assume the guard of the ''Bastei'', and if he wants to strike or thrust from above from his right side, come “before” and shoot the long point to his next opening of his left or right side.</p>
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| <p>[136] </p>
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| <p>Then, if he strikes from above from his left side, come “before” with the displacement and shoot the long point long to his right side to the next opening.</p>
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| <p>[137] </p>
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| <p>Then, if he strikes at you from below from his right side, shoot the point long to him to the next opening of his left side.</p>
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 99r.png|15|lbl=99r.15}}
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| <p>[138] </p>
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| <p>Then, or if he strikes to you from below from his left side, shoot the point long to him to the lower opening of his right side. If he becomes aware of the shoot and displaces, remain with the Messer on his one, and work skillfully to the next opening.</p>
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| <p>[139] </p>
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| <p>Then, you should also know that as soon as you come together in the ''Zufechten'', and as soon as he only raises his Messer and wants to strike around, you should fall in the point and thrust at the next opening.</p>
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 99r.png|17|lbl=99r.17}}
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| <p>[140] </p>
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| <p>If he does not want to go with the Messer, you should go yourself with your Messer. And as often as you end a stroke, fall “simultaneously” in the point. If you can perform the settings on properly, he is hardly able to go without injury from you. ''The text follows''.</p>
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| <p>[141] </p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Learn to draw after<br/>Make the cuts point to the defence<br/>Learn to do them in a double manner<br/>You should expose yourself with the art</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the tenth and element, that is the drawing after, which are numerous and diversified, and should be practiced with great care against the “free fighters,” who fight with long free strokes and do not know the rightful art of the Messer and against those who cannot do much in the rightful art but still believe that they know a lot, although they know nothing. And against those who strike to the stomach and grab at the openings for the sake of being praised. The drawing after should also be done against those who withdraw from the man or deliver strokes that miss.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Learn to draw after<br/>Make the cuts point to the defence<br/>Learn to do them in a double manner<br/>You should expose yourself with the art</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the ninth chapter and element, that is the drawing after. They are numerous and diversified, and should be practiced with great care against the “free fighters,” who fight with long free strokes and do not know the rightful art of the Messer. And they deliver strokes that miss and strike to the breakings and to the sides and who withdraw from the man.</p>
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| <p>[142] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>And do the drawing after this way: if you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man, put your left foot forwards and stand in the guard of the ''Luginsland'' and see what he does against you. If he strikes from above long from his right shoulder to you, make sure he does not reach you with the stroke and notice, in the moment as he lets his Messer go down towards the ground with the stroke, leap with the right foot and strike to him from above to the opening of his right side sooner than he comes high again with the Messer.</p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 027r.png|2|lbl=27r.2|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 027v.png|1|lbl=27v.1|p=1}}
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| <p>[143] </p>
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<p>Then, another element. If he delivers a stroke that misses and you strike to him “after,” and he goes quickly high with the Messer and displaces, remain firmly with the right edge on his Messer. If he raises his Messer, leap with you left foot well behind his right one and strike to his head to his right side. “Simultaneously” do what you want to do.</p>
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| <p>[144] </p>
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<p>And notice always whether he is “soft” or “hard” in the binding. That is why you should know the “feeling of the Messer.”</p>
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| <p>[145] </p>
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<p>Then, an element: if he delivers a stroke that misses in front of you, and you strike at him “after,” and then you bind on his Messer towards his left side. If he strikes then from the displacement with the ''Entrüsthau'' quickly around you to your right side, come “simultaneously” with the ''Entrüsthau'' forwards under his Messer against his left side to his neck. Or, perform the cuts, or go high with the hilt and lower the point to his face or chest and push him backwards. “Simultaneously” work towards the peaks.</p>
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<p>Then, a drawing after: if you stand in the guard of the ''Bastei'' and he falls with his Messer on yours before you raise it, remain below “on the Messer” and raise up. If he wants to strike at you “on the displacement” or wind in “on the Messer,” do not let him come away “from the Messer” and work “simultaneously” to the next peak.</p>
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| <p>[147] </p>
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<p>Then, an element: assume the guard of the ''Bastei'', stand with your left foot forwards, and if he wants to strike from his right side to the Messer, “simultaneously” avoid the stroke with the Messer on his right side and thrust at him with the stretched arm over his Messer.</p>
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<p>Then, you can do the drawing after on both sides and also bring cuts to it. And do him this way: if he delivers a stroke that misses in front of you, be it from the right or the left side, strike to him merrily to the opening. If he goes high and binds you from below on the Messer, notice as soon as one Messer sparks on the other, go “simultaneously” with the long edge to his arm, and press with the cut downwards, or cut “simultaneously” through his face.</p>
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<p>Then, you can do the drawing after on both sides and also bring cuts to it. And do him this way: if he delivers a stroke that misses in front of you, be it from the right or the left side, strike to him merrily to the opening. If he goes high and binds you from below on the Messer, notice as soon as one Messer sparks on the other, go “simultaneously” with the long edge to his arm, and press with the cut downwards, or cut through his face.</p>
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| <p>[150] </p>
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| <p>'''If he wants to sway around the head<br/>You should strike to the neck to the left'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a drawing after and speaks: Around the head, etc. You should understand it this way: if he remains in the horizontal stance on his left side against your right, and wants to strike around his head to your left side, remain “simultaneously” with your Messer and go readily down and strike to his neck, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>[151] </p>
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| <p>'''If the duffers deliver strokes that miss<br/>Give the draw after to the old hood'''</p>
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| <p>[152] </p>
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| <p>'''Bowing with the shield to the right should defend you<br/>If he wants to go after in the drawing after'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should displace the drawing after and speaks: Bowing with, etc. You should understand it this way: if you have delivered a stroke that missed to your right side, you should go with bowing under his Messer, so that the thumb is below on your Messer and the hilt is against your left side. If he wants to draw after, catch the stroke on the flat on your Messer, so that the short edge is against him.</p>
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| <p>'''Overwind the bowing, learn to thrust at the cheek<br/>And to break the bowing with the point'''</p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: if he wants to go high with the bowing and displace the drawing after, wind “simultaneously” over his Messer to his right side and thrust with the point to his right cheek to his right side.</p>
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| <p>'''If he wants to enjoy the overwinding with the point<br/>Go over with the pommel, strike to the face and do the thrusting'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the counter-breaking and you should understand it this way: if he winds to your right ear and wants to thrust at your cheek as before, “simultaneously” go with the hilt over his “weak” of the Messer and strike or thrust at his face.</p>
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| <p>[155] </p>
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| <p>'''You should bow to the left<br/>If the drawing after wants to dupe you'''</p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: if you have delivered a stroke that missed to yout left side and he wants to attack you after, go with the bowing under his Messer, so that the long edge is against him, as it is depicted below.</p>
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| <p>'''Wind the point to the left to the bowing<br/>Do the war and he will be duped'''</p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: if he goes against you with the bowing from his left side, work against him with the war to his ear of his left cheek and wind to his left side, so that the thumb is inside against you and the long edge is below, and thrust at his face or where you want.</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a breaking against the breaking announced above. If he winds to your face as above, strike “simultaneously” high with the lowered point with the long edge to his face or thrust at his throat.</p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: if he strikes to you face as announced above, or he wants to thrust at it, remain standing and thrust with the long point with the stretched arm at his face, thus he is not able to reach you with his stroke.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Overrun the lower hurt<br/>Be strong and ashame him<br/>If the displacement is delivered to it<br/>Be considerate, wind the point short</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about the tenth chapter, that is about the overrunning, and speaks: Overrun, etc. Understand it this way: if you come with the ''Zufechten'' to the man and he strikes to you from below, do not displace it but notice, as his lower stroke or half-stroke goes to you, strike to him from your right shoulder from above long and shoot the point long to his face, and set on to him, so that he is not able to reach you from below. If he goes from below high and displaces, remain with the long edge firmly on his Messer and “simultaneously” go high with the arm, wind and hang the point to his face. Amen.</p>
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<p>Here the master says how one should overrun in the Messer and speaks: Strike the ''Entrüsthau'' to him, etc.<p>
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| <p>[161] Understand it this way: if he stands in the guard of the ''Luginsland'', hold your Messer on the right side, stand with the left foot forwards and go with the ''Entrüsthau'' to his left side, quickly to him. “Simultaneously” go from below above his Messer with the hilt to your left side and pull your Messer on his Messer back, and go high with the hilt, and strike witht the left hand in the middle of your Messer. Then, thrust at his face with the armed hand or “simultaneously” hit him with a “thunderstroke” to his head or go with the “weak” downwards to his lower peaks.</p>
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| <p>Understand it this way: if he stands in the guard of the ''Luginsland'', hold your Messer on the right side, stand with the left foot forwards and go with the ''Entrüsthau'' to his left side, quickly to him. “Simultaneously” go from below over his Messer with the hilt to his righ side and pull your Messer on his Messer back, and go high with the hilt, and drop your left hand onto the middle of your Messer. Then, thrust at his face with the armed hand or so.</p>
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| <p>'''Overrun with the striking point<br/>To the head, to the stomach, the neck, strike the death stroke'''</p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: as you have gone over his Messer, as it is stated before, and you have pulled your Messer towards yourself, strike in the middle of your Messer with your left hand and turn the right hand on your Messer around, so that the thumb stands above, and strike to him with the hilt at his head. Then, step “simultaneously” with the right foot well behind his right one and step with your left foot also well behind him and strike to him with no displacement with the hilt at his stomach. “Simultaneously” step behind him once again and strike to him with the hilt at his neck.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you want to get through with overrunning<br/>Grab the neck and learn to throw over the leg</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says how you should overrun the man and grab at the neck and throw. And you should understand it this way: go to the man as before from your right side to his left, and “simultaneously” wind firmly with the hilt over his Messer and come to help to your right hand. Then, go with the left hand in the “weak” of your Messer blade and go to his throat to his left side. Then, press him firmly with the hand or arm below his throat and step with your left leg behind his right leg and push him over it.</p>
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<p>Here the master states a breaking against the verses announced before and their elements. And first of all, against the first two verses, as he speaks: Strike the ''Entrüsthau'' to him, etc.</p>
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<p>Then, do the first breaking this way: if he goes high with the hilt over your Messer back as it is announced before, and wants to thrust at your face with the armed hand with the short point, “simultaneously” as he goes high with the hilt to your Messer, windt your edge over against him and cut him with the long edge over his hand and press firmly downwards to his left side.</p>
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<p>Then, another breaking: if he goes with the hilt as before and wants to thrust at your face with the armed point, wind your Messer against your left side so that the long edge is above and “simultaneously” lower your point to his chest and push him “simultaneously” with the thrust firmly backwards. Amen.</p>
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<p>Then, a breaking: if he goes with the hilt as before and wants to thrust at your face as before, set the thrust aside with the empty hand and drop your Messer. “Simultaneously” grab the blade of his Messer close at his hilt with your right hand, and also with your left turned hand, as you have displaced with it. Grab the “weak” of his Messer and press upwards from you and pull with your right hand below between both his arms and pull firmly to your right side, so that you take his Messer.</p>
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<p>Then, do the first breaking this way: if he goes over your Messer with the hilt and comes with the armed hand on your neck and wants to push you through his right or left leg, break it this way. Grab with your right hand from behind at his elbow and push him well to your right side, and grab with your left hand between both his arm well at his throat to his right side. Then, step with your left foot well behind his left one and throw him over your left hip.</p>
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<p>Then, another breaking: if he goes over your Messer with the hilt, as it is stated before, grab with your left hand at his left one and with your right push him at the elbow from you. Then, leap with your right foot to his left and deprive him of his balance.</p>
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<p>Then, another breaking: grab above over his right arm in the blade of his Messer with your right hand close at the hilt and pull towards your right side. “Simultaneously” grab with your left turned hand in the “weak” of his Messer and pull firmly to your right side, in that way you strike his Messer at his head.</p>
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<p>Then, another breaking: if he stands as before and has you at the throat as before, and you grab at his Messer over his right arm and you feel that he is too strong for you and you cannot pull the Messer to your right hand, “simultaneously” grab with your left hand behind his right hand at the hilt and pull downwards firmly to your left side.</p>
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<p>Then, a breaking: if he goes over your Messer as before and holds you at your neck as before, go high with your left hand behind his right one between his hands and hilt, and press with it firmly to your right side and turn quickly to the side announced before.</p>
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| [[File:Cgm 582 064v.jpg|400px|center]]
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| <p>[203] </p>
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| <p>'''Then, a good teaching'''</p>
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<p>Then, notice a good teaching and the third element. If he has displaced or has bound otherwise on your Messer, and he does not hold his point on the Messer against your face or the opening of your body, and lets his point go out sideways at you to the side, change through merrily. But if he remains with the point against the face or against the openings, do not change through, but remain on the Messer and work with it to the next opening, so that he is not able to draw after to you or set on.</p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 034v.png|3|lbl=34v.3|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 035r.png|1|lbl=35r.1|p=1}}
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| <p><br/></p>
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| [[File:Cgm 582 065r.jpg|400px|center]]
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| <p>[204] <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you want to strike long from the left from below<br/>You should enjoy the changing through</span></p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should change through in the Messer from long straight strokes from below from both sides and firstly to the left side. Notice, go to him with strokes from below from your left side, so that the right foot goes forwards and the left one follows the right and the feet come together while stepping. And strike the strokes from a straightened arm long. Thus, if you come in the ''Zufechten'' to him, do as if you wanted to shoot the point to his right side at the face, and “simultaneously” change through from below close at the hilt and thrust at his face to his left side.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If you want to strike long from the left from below<br/>You should enjoy the changing through</span></p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should change through in the Messer from long straight strokes from below from both sides and firstly from the left side, so that the right foot goes forwards and the left one follows the right and the feet come together while stepping. And strike the strokes from a straightened arm long. Thus, if you come in the Zufechten to him, do as if you wanted to shoot the point to his right side at the face, and “simultaneously” change through from below at the hilt and thrust at his face to his left side.</p>
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| {{paget|Page:Cgm 582|065r|jpg|lbl=65r}}
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 99v.png|14|lbl=99v.14}}
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| {{section|Page:MS Dresd.C.93 166v.png|1|lbl=166v.1}}
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| <p>[205] <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">From the left let shoot long to the right<br/>Wind, thrust, it will annoy him</span></p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a good element from the strokes from below announced before and says: From the left long, etc.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">From the left let shoot long to the right<br/>Wind, thrust, it will annoy him</span></p>
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<p>Here the master teaches a good element from the strokes from below announced before and says: From the left long, etc.</p>
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| {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 035v.png|2|lbl=35v.2}}
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| {{section|Page:Cgm 582 065v.jpg|1|lbl=65v.1}}
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 99v.png|15|lbl=99v.15}}
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| {{section|Page:MS Dresd.C.93 166v.png|2|lbl=166v.2}}
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{{section|Page:MS Dresd.C.93 167r.png|1|lbl=167r.1}}
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| <p>[206] </p>
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<p>You should understand it this way: go to him with a stroke from below from your left side to his right side with the straightened arm and with a twofold step as before, so that the thumb is above on the flat of the Messer and the blunt edge goes forwards. Then, if you come to the man, shoot the long point directly to his face, so that the thumb is above. If you have not hit him with the point, remain standing with the Messer and wind your Messer to your left side on his Messer, so that the short edge is above and the right edge is below. Then, step well to his right side with the left foot, and step well around him and thrust at his face. If you want, do “simultaneously” the doubling to his right side behind the blade of his Messer. You can hit him with it, but before you hit him you should do a double feint.</p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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 +
<p>You should understand it this way: go to the man with the strokes from below from your left side to your right side with the straightened arm and with a twofold step as before, so that the thumb is above on the flat of the Messer and the blunt edge goes forwards. Then, if you come to the man, shoot the long point directly to his face, so that the thumb is above. If you have not hit him with the point, remain standing with the Messer and wind your Messer to your left side on his Messer, so that the short edge is below and the right edge is above. Then, step well to his right side with your left foot, and step well around him and thrust at his face. If you want, do the doubling to his right side behind the blade of his Messer. You may hit him with that.</p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 035v.png|3|lbl=35v.3|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 036r.png|1|lbl=36r.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cgm 582 065v.jpg|2|lbl=65v.2}}
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| <p><br/></p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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| <p>[207] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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 +
<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Who can do the wheel<br/>Is able to double the changing through</span></p>
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 +
<p>Here the master speaks about the element that is called the wheel and speaks: Who can do the wheel, etc.</p>
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{{section|Page:MS M.I.29 066r.jpg|2|lbl=66r.2}}
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| <p><br/></p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 036r.png|2|lbl=36r.2}}
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| <p><br/></p>
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{{section|Page:Cgm 582 066r.jpg|1|lbl=66r.1}}
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| <p><br/></p>
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{{section|Page:MS 26-232 100r.png|2|lbl=100r.2}}
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|-
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| <p>[208] </p>
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| <p>You should understand it this way: if you want to do the wheel, strike at him from your right shoulder a direct driving stroke with the stretched arm and stand with the left foot forwards and go with the point above yourself so that the blunt edge is above. And let it go away from above from your right shoulder well behind yourself and again high from below, so that the point is always against the man. And do as if you wanted to shoot the point at his face to his left side and “simultaneously” go high with the point and change through to his right side at the face.</p>
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| {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 066r.jpg|3|lbl=66r.3}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 036r.png|3|lbl=36r.3|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 036v.png|1|lbl=36v.1|p=1}}
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| {{section|Page:Cgm 582 066r.jpg|2|lbl=66r.2}}
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 100r.png|3|lbl=100r.3}}
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| {{section|Page:MS Dresd.C.93 167v.png|1|lbl=167v.1}}
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| [[File:Cgm 582 066v.jpg|400px|center]]
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| <p>[209] <br/></p>
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 +
<p>Then, stand with your left foot forwards and do the wheel from your left side and step with your right foot forwards and with the left foot always follow the right one till you come to it. When you can reach him with the point, do as if you wanted to shoot the point from your left side to his right side and “simultaneously” let the point sway through down at his hilt and thrust at his face to his right side. Thus, you can also change through with the other strokes, as from the strokes from below, and driving strokes. ''The text follows''.</p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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 +
<p>Then, stand with your left foot forwards and do the wheel from your left side and step with your right foot forwards and with the left foot always follow the right one till you come to it. When you can reach him with the point, do as if you wanted to shoot the point from your left side to his right side and “simultaneously” let the point sway through down at his hilt and thrust at his face to his right side. Thus, you can also change through with the other strokes, as from the strokes from below, driving strokes, half-strokes and twofold strokes from below.</p>
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{{section|Page:MS M.I.29 066r.jpg|4|lbl=66r.4|p=1}} {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 066v.jpg|1|lbl=66v.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 036v.png|2|lbl=36v.2}}
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| rowspan="2" | [[File:Cgm 582 067r.jpg|400px|center]]
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| <p>[210] </p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Twitch from the hits<br/>Of the masters if you want to dupe them<br/>If he wants to bind on you<br/>Twitch quickly, so you will find him</span></p>
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<p>Here the master says how one should twitch in the Messer and know that twitching is also one of the main elements and twitchings are numerous and various, and they are to be performed against the masters who bind firmly on the Messer with the displacement and also against those who remain standing “on the Messer” and wait whether one wants to get away from them. If you want to dupe and deceive such masters, do the twitching against him.</p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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 +
<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Twitch from the hits<br/>Of the masters if you want to dupe them<br/>If he wants to bind on you<br/>Twitch quickly, so you will find him</span></p>
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 +
<p>Here the master says how one should twitch in the Messer and know that twitching is also one of the main elements and is numerous and various, and they are to be performed against the masters who bind firmly on the Messer and are strong in the displacement. If you want to dupe and deceive such masters, do the twitching against him.</p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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 +
{{section|Page:MS M.I.29 066v.jpg|2|lbl=66v.2|p=1}} {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 067r.jpg|1|lbl=67r.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 037r.png|1|lbl=37r.1}}
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{{section|Page:Cgm 582 067r.jpg|1|lbl=67r.1}}
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| <p><br/></p>
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{{section|Page:MS 26-232 100r.png|4|lbl=100r.4}}
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| <p>[211] Bind with the ''Entrüsthau'' on his Messer on his left side and “simultaneously” strike with the same stroke to his right side and as the Messers spark together, “simultaneously” twitch back with the arm and do a thrust from the stroke, and thrust in the twitching to his left side at the face.</p>
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| <p>Bind with the ''Entrüsthau'' on his Messer on his left side and “simultaneously” strike with the same stroke to his right side and as the Messers spark together, “simultaneously” twitch a little back with the arm and do a thrust from the stroke, and thrust in the twitching to his left side at the face.</p>
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| {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 067r.jpg|2|lbl=67r.2}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 037r.png|2|lbl=37r.2|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 037v.png|1|lbl=37v.1|p=1}}
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| {{section|Page:Cgm 582 067r.jpg|2|lbl=67r.2}}
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 100r.png|5|lbl=100r.5}}
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| {{section|Page:MS Dresd.C.93 168r.png|2|lbl=168r.2}}
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| [[File:Cgm 582 067v.jpg|400px|center]]
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| <p>[212] Then, if you want, let the Messer go through and strike at him again with the blunt or the sharp edge at his right side to the upper peak. And what the going through is, you will be taught afterwards.</p>
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| <p>Then, if you want, let the Messer go through and strike at him again with the blunt or the sharp edge at his right side to the upper peak. And what the going through is, you will be taught afterwards. And make sure that you do the going through according to my meaning, as I have stated them to be different in the Messer than in the sword.</p>
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| {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 037v.png|2|lbl=37v.2}}
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| {{paget|Page:Cgm 582|067v|jpg|lbl=67v}}
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| {{section|Page:MS 26-232 100r.png|6|lbl=100r.6}}
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| [[File:Cgm 582 068r.jpg|400px|center]]
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| <p>[213] </p>
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<p>Then, strike to him from the right side from above firmly to the head. If the goes to it and wants to displace, twitch your Messer to yourself before he binds on it and thrust at his other peak of the other side. Do it in all the hittings of the Messer.</p>
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| {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 067r.jpg|4|lbl=67r.4}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 037v.png|3|lbl=37v.3}}
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| <p>[214] </p>
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<p>Then, if he has bound on your Messer and stands against you on the Messer and waits whether you want to pull back, do as if you wanted to pull back and do as if you wanted to twitch, and remain on the Messer and twitch your Messer till the middle of the blade towards yourself. Then, thrust on the Messer again quickly at the face or chest.</p>
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<p>Then, if he has bound on your Messer and stands against you and waits whether you want to pull back and [do] as if you wanted to twitch, and remain on the Messer and twitch your Messer till the middle of the blade towards yourself. Then, thrust on the Messer again quickly at the face or chest. And if you want to twitch, you always have to wind your Messer against his one, so that the long edge is above, as you have heard it before.</p>
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{{section|Page:MS M.I.29 067r.jpg|5|lbl=67r.5|p=1}} {{section|Page:MS M.I.29 067v.jpg|1|lbl=67v.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 037v.png|4|lbl=37v.4|p=1}} {{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 038r.png|1|lbl=38r.1|p=1}}
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{{section|Page:Cgm 582 068v.jpg|1|lbl=68v.1}}
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|-
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| <p>[215] </p>
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| <p>Then, if you do not hit him rightly with the thrust, work with the doubling or with other good elements.</p>
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| <p>[216] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>Then, another twitching. If you stand in the ''Bastei'' and he strikes from above at you to your left side, step in a twofold manner to your right side out of the stroke and twitch your body out of the stroke. Then, strike at his upper opening and do not let yourself be bound on the Messer.</p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 038r.png|3|lbl=38r.3}}
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| <p>[217] </p>
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<p>Then, if he strikes at you from the ''Luginsland'' and you also stand it in, twitch your Messer to yourself while he strikes and do not let him come on it. Instead, if he strikes from his right side to your left one, twitch your Messer to yourself and step to his right side with a twofold step and strike at his upper peaks. You can perform it on both sides.</p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 038r.png|4|lbl=38r.4}}
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| <p>[218] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>Then, if he has bound you on the Messer on your left side and wants to strike around to the other peak, do not displace. Instead, strike to the other peak and step in a twofold manner away to his right side and strike at his neck or at his head.</p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 038v.png|1|lbl=38v.1}}
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| <p>[219] </p>
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| <p><br/></p>
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<p>Then, a quite good twitching. If you want to do it, do it this way: if you stand in the guard of the ''Luginsland'' and he has bound you on your Messer on your left side and wants to strike around to your right side, twitch your Messer towards yourself and raise the hilt to the head, so that the short edge is against you, and let the point go down to your left side. Then, set the point in his throat or chest and push him with it backwards.</p>
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{{section|Page:Cod.Pal.germ.430 038v.png|2|lbl=38v.2}}
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| <p>'''If the gate stands open<br/>Go into it in the feint with the point'''</p>
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<p>Here the master teaches how one should work with the point and how to twitch in the feints, and speaks: If stands open, etc. You should understand it this way: go crosswise close to the man to his left side and do as if you wanted to strike to his right side. Go over your head so that you come above the middle of your head so that the point comes out backwards and the hilt is against the man. Then, strike again to his left side, and as you surely come to his left side to the Messer, do not strike to his Messer so that you hit it. Instead, do as if you wanted to hit it and “simultaneously” twitch your Messer close at his crosspiece towards yourself, and thrust at his face to his right side, so that the short edge is below and the thumb lies on the flat.</p>
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| <p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Strike your flat to the ''Luginsland''<br/>Twitch the point through to the hand<br/>If he has displaced the thrust<br/>Fall simultaneously in a twofold manner and he will be wounded</span></p>
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<p>The sense or the meaning of the text you should understand this way: if he stands in the guard of the ''Luginsland'', strike from your right shoulder with the flat against his Messer, so that the long edge is against you. And as you strike, step with your right foot well to his right side to his right foot and strike equally to his Messer. And as the Messers are surely to spark together, “simultaneously” twitch your Messer to yourself with the hilt against your left side, and thrust the point firmly with no displacement rudely at his face to his right side.</p>
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| <p>And make sure that you step after your left foot with your right foot as you thrust, so that the step is twofold.</p>
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<p>Then, whether you have hit him with the thrust or not, wind after the thrust “simultaneously” to your left side, so that the thumb is below on the Messer and the long edge is turned against the man. And go with your Messer over the middle of your head to your right side and do as if you wanted to strike at his left side. “Simultaneously” go again to his right side and “simultaneously” go again high with the Messer so that the thumb is below. And step with your right foot well to his right one and strike again at him to the same side behind the blade of his Messer, with the short edge to his face. And step well with your left foot behind his right one and strike at his neck. “Simultaneously,” if you want, you can hit him.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If he is strong<br/>Run through primarily<br/>You should approach to the hands and the arms<br/>And wait cleverly the grabbing<br/>You should observe the limbs<br/>You should reach for knee-bending</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about a main element, that is about the running through and how one should run through the other.</p>
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<p><span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">If he is strong<br/>Run through primarily<br/>You should approach to the hands and the arms<br/>And wait cleverly the grabbing<br/>You should observe the limbs<br/>You should reach for knee-bending</span></p>
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<p>Here the propagator of the art speaks about a main element, that is about the running through and how one should run through the other.</p>
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| <p>[225] Now notice that the running through and hand-to-hand combat belong against the masters who rush in eagerly and are high with the arms and displacement, and want to push you over with force.</p>
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| <p>Now notice that the running through and hand-to-hand combat is to be performed against the masters who rush in eagerly and are high with the arms and displacement, and want to push you over with force.</p>
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| <p>[226] Now, do the running through this way: if he strikes against you with an upper stroke, strike also together with him the ''Entrüsthau'' closely, so that the hands touch surely on each other, and “simultaneously” grab with your left hand behind his elbow on the outside and push him from you to his left side. “Simultaneously” drop your Messer and grab with your right hand or arm on the outside at his right knee-bending and lift him up and throw him away from you.</p>
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| <p>Then, do the running through this way: if he strikes against you with an upper stroke, strike also together with him the ''Entrüsthau'' close to him, so that the hands touch surely on each other, and “simultaneously“ grab with your left hand behind his elbow on the outside and push him from you to his left side. “Simultaneously” drop your Messer and grab with your right hand or arm on the outside at his right knee-bending and lift him up and throw him in front of you.</p>
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<p>Then, if you both have bound, grab his right hand with your left one and raise with it high, and come to help your left hand with your right hand. Then, turn with your back against him and break his arm over your right shoulder with both hands.</p>
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| <p>Then, if you both have bound as before, grab with your right hand at his right one and come to help your right hand with your left hand forwards at the joint, and turn your left shoulder against his right arm. Then, raise it high above it and break his arm over your left shoulder. And take care that the elbow comes always on the shoulder, and do it as it is depicted below.</p>
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<p>Then, if he has run into you and you against him, grab his right hand with your left one on the inside and turn it from you. Then, raise his arm well high and “simultaneously” run with the head through his arm to his right side, and put his right arm with your left hand on the neck and over your left shoulder. Then, rise well high with the neck and with the shoulders and break his arm firmly over it.</p>
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<p>Then, another element: if he has run into you and you have also done so, grab his right hand with your left one and lift his arm well above you. Then, go with the head through the arm and grab with your right hand at his right knee-bending, and lift him up with the shoulders. Then, grab with your right hand in his right knee-bending and lift him up at the leg and throw him over the back.</p>
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<p>Then, an element: grab with your left hand in his right one and turn it from you to your left side. Then, step with your right foot behind his right one and grab with your right hand from the front around his body and throw him forwards over the hip of your right leg.</p>
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| <p>Then, another element: if he runs into you with the stretched arm and you do against him, run him through with the head through his right shoulder under his right arm on his right side, and step with your right foot in front of his right one. Then, go with your right arm under his right one and around his body from behind and lower your stance a bit, and grab him on your right hip and throw him behind yourself.</p>
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<p>Then, if one runs into you to your right side and is high with the arms, and you are also, hold your Messer at his one and go with the hilt over his right hand and turn yourself to him with your left side towards his right one. And leap with your left foot in front of his right one and go with the arm well around his body from behind, and lower your stance a bit. Then, catch him on your left hip and throw him forwards on his face. Or, let him fall on your Messer, as you certainly know.</p>
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| <p>Then, if he is too strong for you, so that you cannot throw him easily over your hip, go with the hilt of your Messer firmly on the nape of his neck and pull with it to your right side, so that you throw him certainly.<p>
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<p>Then, if one runs into you and holds his Messer and his arms low, grab with your left turned hand in his right one on the inside and leap with your right foot behind his right one. Then, go with your right hand from the front around his neck and throw him over the right hip.</p>
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| <p>Then, if you have grabbed him on the outside at his right arm with your right hand, pull his right one firmly with your right one, and go with the left hand around his neck on the outside and throw him over your left leg or hip.</p>
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| <p>Then, if one runs into you on the Messer and holds his hand low, go with your hilt on the outside up over his arm over the right hand, and press with it firmly down. Then, pull it well to your chest and grab him with the left hand at his right elbow and leap with the left foot in front of his right one and push him over it.</p>
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| <p>Then, go to him as before and push him with your left hand to his left side on his right arm and go with your right hand “simultaneously” behind his right elbow and push him well to his left side. Then, go with your left hand on the inside to his right knee-bending and step with your left foot in front of his left one and throw him in front of you.</p>
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| <p>Then, the text speaks: The joints you should, etc. If you come to him in the ''Zufechten'', fall with the left hand on the inside from above over his Messer and grab “simultaneously” with your left hand down to your Messer in the middle of it. Then, go firmly with your Messer on his one on the outside, and leap with the entire body “simultaneously” to his left side, in this way you take his Messer.</p>
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| <p>Then, go on him as before and go with your left arm over his Messer. “Simultaneously” go with your left hand in the middle of your Messer and let the point go out on your left side. Then, go from inside with the hilt on his hand and leap to your left side, in that way you take his Messer.</p>
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| <p>Then, if he strikes at you, leap with the bowing under his Messer and grab with your left hand over his Messer. Then, grab “simultaneously” your Messer with your left hand in the middle, and raise the point to his right side, and press into his wrist of his right hand with the sharp edge, in that way he has to drop the Messer.</p>
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| <p>Then, do him as before: fall over his right arm and come to help the right hand in the reach as before, and go with the front part of the Messer between his and the Messer on the inside and press firmly, in that way you take his Messer. This way you should work in the joints of the arm and the hand.</p>
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| <p>Then, an element: fall with your left hand over his right on the inside and pull it to your left side. Then, drop your Messer, and “simultaneously” grab with the right hand in his knee-bending and throw him in front of you.</p>
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| <p>Then, as you have found the joints of the hand with the “weak” of the Messer and the point, you can also find them with the hilt of the Messer on the outside and inside, and you can take his Messer, as you have been taught above.</p>
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| <p>[269] <span class="red" style="font-weight:bold;">Learn to shoot over the arms<br/>And clench then skillfully<br/>So that you can lead him<br/>Force to run or not to move</span></p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about a skillfull element with which one can bind and clench and hold one. And when one wishes, one forces the man with this element that he must stand still. And when you want to do it, so that he must run quickly or slowly-thus, he must do it. And you also force him so that he himself has to crawl into a bag, if you want to have it done. That is why the element is called by masters the “Hidden Grab,” as one should not make this element common and should not let anyone know it. Thus, this element is well-paid.</p>
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<p>Here the master speaks about a skillfull element with that one can bind, clench and hold one, when one wishes, so that one forces the man with this element that he must stand still or run. And you force him that he has to crawl into a bag, if you want to have it otherwise. That is why the element is called by skilled masters the Unnamed, as this element should not become common. One should also not make it common or let any-one know it, thus it will be well-paid to him.</p>
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