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What are the 12 striking techniques of arnis?
This technique instructs you strike your opponent in these areas:
- left temple
- right temple
- left shoulder
- right shoulder
- left chest
- right chest
- left knee
- right knee
- left eye
- right eye
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Telekinesis can only be found from the Baknamy Merchant in the Necrohol of Nabudis after the events in the Pharos at Eidorana are completed.
Arnis originated from the Philippines. The early Filipino farmers were the first to use it for self-defense.
it is use in self defense
The Basic Blocking Techniques in Arnis are: 1. Outward Block 2. Inward Block 3. Downward-Inward Block 4. Downward-Outward Block 5. Rising Block 6. Vertical Block
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left temple of opponent right temple left temple left shoulder right shoulder stomach left chest right chest left knee right knee left eye right eye head
Arnis is a stick that is 28 inches long. It is a Filipino martial art, and is used as self defense.
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Start with the left temple,right temple,left arm,right arm,left chest,thrust to the stomach,right chest,left foot, right foot,left eye,right eye and lastly the crown.
The History of Arnis dates back before the colonization of the Spaniards, during those periods it was called Kali and the techniques of the art is focused on bladed weapons fi…ghting. Kali was widely practiced throughout the archipelago; both nobleman and commoners were enthusiast and practitioners of the said art. Also during those days Kali is being taught in a school like training grounds, which was called Bothoan along with military tactics, Alibata (Native Alphabet), and herbal medicines. On the dawn of April 27, 1521 the Portuguese navigator and warrior named Ferdinand Magellan was defeated by a native warrior chief named Lapu-lapu this was the recorded incident which Kali was used against foreign invaders. Forty years after that event, on April of 1564 another warrior navigator from Spain named Miguel De Legaspi landed in Abuyog Leyte Philippines. He was aware of the unfortunate fate of Magellan so took a non-hostile approach to avoid battle with the native. He befriend the warrior chief Malitik, it is at this point he witnessed the deadly fighting skills of the natives through a demo to entertain them. Afterwards he traveled to the nearby island of Sugbo and met another warrior chief named Tupas, he took a non-hostile approach to again avoid confrontation. For the second time he witnessed the formidable fighting techniques of the natives through a demo. Years have passed by Spain was able to colonize the Archipelago thru the use of religion and what was then regarded as modern weapons such as Muskets and cannons. The Spaniards claimed the Archipelago and named it "Philippines" in honor of the King Philip of Spain. This was the start of the dark age of Kali, in the year 1764 the Spanish overlords banned the practice of Kali to the natives. Using the alibi that the natives were wasting time practicing it instead of tilling the fields. However the natives knew too well that their colonizers were just afraid that such skills would be used in a revolution against them because due to oppression the revolutionaries were gaining support from the natives. The natives, hidden from the watchful eyes of their colonizers, practiced Kali secretly. Due to some cultural influence of the Spaniards the term Escrima, Estoque, Fraile, and Kaliradman were used to regard the native fighting system. It was also during these period when the natives were able to develop the stick fighting techniques of the art, which was proven to be as versatile as the bladed weapons technique. Even the Moro-Moro stage play to entertain the colonizers was utilized as an excuse to practice the fighting system. In 1873 the fighting system was renamed "Arnis" derived from the word Arnes which means colorful trapping on defensive armors used on the Moro-Moro plays. Some of the heroes of the Philippine revolution were also practitioners of Arnis namely Andres Bonifacio, the spouses Diego and Gabriela Silang, and the young General Gregorio Del Pilar. The National Hero Jose Rizal was also reported to practice the fighting system. As well as the founder of Aglipayan Church Rev. Gregorio Aglipay was also recorded as a practitioner of the art.
There are various types of Arnis, which is a Philippines style of marital arts that includes weapons. There is Eskrima, Estocada, Estoque, Garrote, Sitbattan, Sinawali, an…d Pagkalikali.