Vlad's Story - Chapter 7As I made my way inside the school I spotted a flow of burgundy curls whisk by. My teal eyes flitted over to her as she rushed down the hall to her locker from where she was standing next to Sarah a few moments earlier. Quickly I made my way after her, my gaze trailing her up and down and absorbing everything it could. From her black low rise converse, up to her pink spring dress that flowed around her knees, her sparkly baby doll blue eyes, and her half pinned up curls that framed her cheeks and neck. She truly was the most innocent and gorgeous thing I had ever seen. She seemed to have sensed my presence, for as soon as I walked up to her and was about to speak, she swung open her locker door right in my face without even glancing in my direction. I frowned and sighed some.Vlad's Story - Chapter 72 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“I don’t want to talk to you,” she said blankly. I slid to the other side of her and leaned against the lockers.
“Why not? I thought we were past the point of you being al
OCT Guide: Hosts, Judges, and CompetitorsContents:OCT Guide: Hosts, Judges, and Competitors3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
-Qualities for a Good Host
-Qualities for a Good Judge
-Qualities for a Good Competitor
-General Tips for Running an OCT
-General Tips for Competing in an OCT
Believe it or not, being a host isn't as great as you might think. Being a judge is no better. Often times people create an OCT without putting forethought into what they're committing to, which is why so many OCTs usually end up abandoned or never getting off the ground.
Qualities for a Good Host
+While anyone can make a group and start up an OCT, here are a number of things you should consider before doing so.
-Time: Being a host requires having lots, and lots of free time. You may think that the biggest aspect of time is spent on judging, but that's far from truth. Hosts are constantly answering questions, making sure things are submitted to correct folders, posting updates, organizing events, planning, and dealing with members. The audition phase is by far the most taxing part of th
Ansatsuken: The Style of the Murderous FistAnsatsuken: The Style of the Murderous Fist6 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Ansatsuken: 暗殺拳 Murderous/Assassin's Fist
This deadly fighting style is used by many, but mastered by few. As one can deduce from the name, its primary use is for assassination, as nearly every move, special or otherwise, is designed to be a crippling or killing blow to the target.
The style is based not off of a certain style per se, but a loose concept, the origin of which is unknown. Some link it to Japan's Feudal Eras, others trace it to other countries. The elderly Chinese fighter known as Gen practices this concept with two interchangeable styles of Kung Fu, the Mourning Mantis and Hateful Crane. This analysis, however, will focus on the version created by Goutetsu.
Goutetsu: The founder of Ansatsuken Karate. He combined moves from Karate, Judo and Kenpo, and, with the application of ki, made his own style. The end result was a style that is, as a whole, lethal. He was aware of how violent his art was, but apparently did not think much on it. He knew about th