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A Quick Thank You

Thanks to all those who’ve become Patrons of How to Fight Write, we’re currently about 1/6th of the way to our first goal. Which is huge! Really, that’s amazing. You’re amazing! Thank you!

I know this is a crazy season, where money is tight and we thank you so much for giving us support in these hard times.

For those who haven’t seen our new campaign yet, I hope you’ll check it out. Even if it doesn’t seem like much, a single dollar per month can add up to a lot and really makes a difference.

More than anything else, Starke and I want to be able to keep giving back to this wonderful community and continue helping you all fulfill your writing goals. With your support, we’re a few steps closer to making that dream a reality.

So, thank you! If you haven’t seen it yet then please check it out, consider becoming a Patron, and help us produce even more cool stuff to help with all your fight scene needs!

-Michi and Starke

Hey, I know you said you were done with one-armed fighter questions, but I figured I’d provide some info on fencing since you mentioned the sport wasn’t your area. I’ve met and fenced several one-armed fencers, who were all very good. Two arms are not required for the sport – this means that a character who is dueling traditionally (with an epee, for instance), could also be one-armed since use of the off-hand was usually illegal in formal duels. I guess that’s v specific, though.

Cool, thank you.

All I meant with the “finally done with” bit was, I’d cleared all the one armed questions in the inbox, not that I wasn’t willing to talk about it any further.

-Starke