03-11-2012, 11:44 AM
One Punch Man
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Re: New Member for the Straw Hats
Zoro is clearly a japanese definition of a swordsman.
how about a swordsman/woman with the chinese definition of swordmanship
japanese swordmanship philosophy is about the relationship between the man and the sword until it becomes part of it body etc.
chinese swordmanship philosophy view the sword as a tool. A master swordmanship discard the tool and attains the philosophical level of "swordsmanship without a sword", which means that he/she reached the level of overcoming the sword without a sword.
I never saw an unbiased fight between this two philosophy.
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