Holy censors! The gargoyle moved!
I shouldn’t be surprised, right?
That kid is in big trouble.
Totally Clouds father. XD
Who sees what messes the students leave uncleaned? The gargoyle sees!
Better than security camera? Better than security camera!
“Take that , bedbugs!”
He’s been reminding me of link on Legend of Zelda this whole time. Cue the sword! XD
That’s what it is! YES!!!
— clac —
That little blond snot is going to have to clean up a head wound as well as the mud he tracked in soon, isn’t he? (the gargoyle monitor is going to throw that round thing it is holding at his head, isn’t it?)
Silly Ilias, you’ll never pass the exam like that Your guard should be lower. Remember, point the tip of your sword at the base of your opponent’s throat. This makes it difficult for him to focus his eyes on your blade and prevents him from gauging its length and position, making it harder for him to close ground with you to strike. I can understand the one-handed thrust since that’s an arming sword, not a hand-and-a-halfer, but the stance and guard are really going to be what dooms you, come exam time.
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