Sir Måns Knutsson Kotte
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Backhand from kneeling
If you opponent has stepped in on you, one of your options are to throw a backhand. But you need to raise your arm straight up before initiating the blow so that the blade goes over you opponents shield.
Christian defence thrust
A clip that demonstrates how to protect yourself from wrapshots a small bonus attack is included
Shows the importance of the position of the sword/axe/madu that you use when fighting.
Christian feint and thrustTutors:
From your knees, faking a high forehand hitting the opponents leg.
Low wrap kneeling
Most kneeling fighters are aware of the standard attacks against them. They know that a wrapshot is the most likely shot to hit them when the opponent is standing on top of them. Therefor they raise their shield to protect the head exposing the belly. By taking advantage of that, this clip shows how to set the kneeling opponent up for a low wrapshot aimed towards the exposed belly.