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Creator: Dimaria Southern
Martial Art Name: One Draw Style
Other Names: One Hit Style
Description: The One Draw Style is a relatively uncommon style that focuses upon defeating one's enemies with a single attack or as little as possible. The style is not for everyone, as it is reliant on the user have great patience, willpower/fortitude and calculating focus. They need to be able to endure or outlast their targets, so as that they can find a sufficient opening to deal the a single blow on their target and finish them with such. Every action counts with this style as one slip up can cost them, whether they are defending or attacking.

There are two classifications of fighting styles with this style. There are the speed types who rely on speed too keep their enemies away from them and outlast them. Then there is the endurance types who endure everything their foes throw at them before dealing their killing blow. When attacking their are also two types; the power type and the precision type. Power types opt for finishing battles with nothing but the sheer force of their attack, without any regards to holding back, whereas the less common precision types are usually skilled combat analyses who find opens in their opponent's offense and then strike where it hurts most.

The style was initially developed by a swordsman who sought to improve the standard Iaido techniques, albeit since then a few skilled fighters have managed to use it in hand to hand combat. Much like that of a game, their attacks have come to be known as "Finishers". Accumulation is everything to the users of the style, and the more time they restrain from attacking is the more power they can draw. Attack is extremely limited and users can only strike a single time and become incapacitated soon after from the sheer effort put into that single attack.

Given the nature of the style, while fighting most users also opt for weakening their foes. They'd gradually where on their foes, leer them into traps, play mind games, tire them out. Any and everything they use is all for the sake of setting up their finisher and ending it there. It can be a rather troublesome and handicapped, albeit effective when it matters most.

Every user of the style is equipped with a single offensive technique. And while most fighters exhibit the ability to focus/charge their moves to gain more power behind their strikes, users of this style has only this single move as their primary offense. By focusing/charging they are able to increase both the tier and number of instances for the technique, per post. Albeit, regardless of how many posts the user stop charging at, the technique is one done at full power and even using it's weakest form, users are only able to use it as many as on time.

Specialties: Slashing, Blocking, Breathing / conservation.
Sub-Specialties: Dodging, Instincts, Pressure Points / deconstruction.
History: Derived from that of the standard Iaido, The One Draw style was developed soon after by a rogue swordsman who was intent on improving upon the foundation of the standard technique. The style had caused him much suffering, as time after time he was defeated, people laughing at him as they saw no reason as to why he refused to draw his sword. With time, came mastery over the technique, which eventually lead to it being handed down. To this day, it remains a rather uncommonly taught style, both for it's impractical use and how few people know it.

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