Form 1 teaches the basic attack and parry motions, focusing on the primary target zones of the body. This form is the foundation form of which the other forms are built, and thus, is the form first taught to all younglings. In the hands of a master this form is the best against multiple opponents. This form is ok in the terms of blaster deflection and not the best for one-on-one duels.
Form II – (Makashi)
Form 2 is superior in lightsbare-to-lightsabre duelling, and many consider is the most elegant of the seven forms. This form focuses on precision and fancy footwork, which involves keeping both feet on an invisible line. This form relies on patience, so the wielder can find a flaw in their opponent’s technique. This form works poorly against blasters, and works well against multiple opponents.
Form III – (Soresu)
Form 3 focuses on defence. It works well against blaster fire. This style requires the user to focus inward and remain calm