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Reach Item. When you fence with someone and come against their sword such that you both have bound up, extend both your sword and your arm far away from yourself and place yourself in the scales with your body low so that you have reach and measure in your sword so that you can defend anything that is your necessity to deal with. Reach means that you stand behind your sword and extend yourself. Measure means that you stand low (as is pictured here) and make yourself small in body, so that you are great in sword.

Measure Item. As you bind up against their sword, slash in long at their face using your point and wind in at their face using your short edge (as is pictured here), so you can wrench in with your pommel or weapon in hand or thrust into their face.

Weak Item. If you bind someone up against your sword, then see if they are soft or hard. If they are hard, then wind into their face as was written before. But if they are soft, then seek the weak of their sword and wind over to your right side (as is pictured here), then you can snap at their face and seek their openings.

Strong Item. If you hew in from above into the opponent's sword and they hold strong, then rise up into the air with your sword against their sword back toward the weak of their sword and your hilt stays against their sword and wind the short edge against their throat (as is pictured here), then you can draw them to the ground with power.

Before Item. If you bind someone up against your sword and they slash in strongly at your head, parry them with your short edge and force into them so that they must strike. Then if they strike on the other side, lay your sword against their left shoulder (as is pictured here), then strike them in their ear. This is called being situated inside and also called the before.

After Item. If someone hews in at you strongly from above, be careful and parry the hew with the short edge. Then if they are as swift and cut before you can get situated inside, allow them to hew freely and fall upon their sword with your short edge (as is pictured here), then bind them up and strike them in the ear and go forwards.

Feeling Indes Item. If the opponent binds into your sword and winds into your face or conducts other techniques, then wind out as well and go swiftly forwards into them and as soon as they will employ something, fall strongly into their arms and shove them back as is pictured here, such that you thrown them on their back.

Item. If you bind someone up and they wind in at your face, then wind in as well and stand firm in the winding and on their sword, feeling, like this so that you do not allow them to come away from your sword, so that they cannot come to any work. This is the greatest measure of the sword and stay strong in the scales[1] as is pictured.

Item. If you bind up into the opponent's sword and they wind in at your face with their short edge, then you as well wind up high in the air and when they rise up and will parry it, hew a suddenly retracted cut at their elbows with your long edge (as is pictured here).

Item. When you have hewn at the opponent's elbow (as was previously pictured), if they then parry that hew, shove their sword sword down with your hilt and with [both] your pommel and with both of your arms fall across them and lay your short edge against their throat and draw it (as pictured here).

Item. One more play. When you suddenly retract toward their elbows and they parry the cut, remain standing with your sword against theirs and lunge forwards with your right foot as if you will strike on their other side and slice out toward their left ear (as is pictured here). This is called the coupling to the outside.

Item. One more such play. When you suddenly retract toward their elbows and they parry the strike, rise up high with both of your hands and let your left hand pass and drop across both of their arms and slap it back toward your left side and thrust through between yours and theirs with your own sword and lay your sword against their throat (as is pictured here), then you break off their arm and sever their throat.

Item. When they have caught your sword under their armpits in this way and will extend to slash or stab you, then flee behind them away from their strike and fall forward into your sword with your left and wind it forwards right there (as is pictured here) so that you break off their arm.

Item. If someone has struck at your elbow and grasped your sword with their left hand as before and will thrust through between you and them toward your throat as before, then clasp their sword's blade into your left hand and lay that against their throat (as is pictured here) and lunge in behind, then you throw them on their back.

Item. If someone binds against your sword, wind in your short edge at their face and indes, go and lunge forwards with your left foot and fall across their hands with your pommel and clasp your blade into your left hand and lay it against their throat (as is pictured here), then you throw them on their back.

Item. If someone binds against your sword and winds into your face, then you wind as well and let your pommel pass as before and fall across them and lunge behind them and lay your sword against their head (as is pictured here), then you throw them on their back.

Item. If someone winds in into your face, them immediately grab your sword's blade with your left hand and stab them across their sword and into their testicles (as is pictured here). This is quite a good remarkable play.

Item. A good sword disarm. When someone binds you up against their sword, wind up with your short edge and Indes, enter them firmly and grasp into their bind between their hands with your left hand and go across their blade with your pommel and shove toward their mouth (as is pictured here), then you take their sword.

Item. Quite a good obscure device for a particularly strong man. When someone binds into your sword and will wind in or thrust, wind up firmly as well and go strongly against their sword with your short edge and give them a great shove onwards with both hands. If they are turned away before you, strike them upon the head (as is pictured here).

Item. One more good sword disarm. When someone binds you up against their sword, immediately pass into the bind with your right hand past their sword between both of their hands and pull toward yourself and with your left hand push away the cross of their sword and thrust the pommel into their face (as is pictured here).

Item. One more sword disarm. When someone binds you up and will wind into your face, remain engaged with your long edge and rise up high and with your pommel pass in between their hands and with your left hand clasp your blade and wind against their head (as is pictured here).

Item. One more sword disarm. When someone binds against your sword, bind in strongly as well and duck it back behind you and let your left hand pass and [reach] past their sword over their right arm [and] grab between their hands and pull backwards (as is pictured here).

Item. A good play. When someone binds against your sword, swiftly wind in and with your pommel, drop over and with your left hand, grab your blade and with your left foot, lunge in behind and lay your sword against their throat and pull them onto their back and thrust your sword into them (as is pictured here).

Item. A good play for someone strong. When you bind someone up against your sword, act as if you will wind into their face and thrust firmly against their sword with your cross and rise up high and let your sword go, dropping over your head and cast yourself down around both their feet (as is pictured here), then you throw them.

A good sword disarm. When someone binds against your sword, with your left hand slip in both sword's blades and with both your pommel and your right hand go down through their sword and pull backwards (as is pictured here), then you take their sword.

  1. alt: fulcrum