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The skills under this classification are :
- Ryu Tsui-sen, or Dragon Mallot Flash,
- Ryu-kan-sen, or Dragon Wind-up Flash &
- Ryu-sho-sen, or Strike of the Soaring Dragon,
This is one of Kenshin's favourite styles, since he used it more often than others..
The user has to leap as high as possible to gain power, then at the highest point, the user flips , facing down, & drops straight at the opponent. The strike is aimed at the mainly at the shoulders or the head.
If executed correctly, this can be very deadly.....
My comments : Very powerful....imagine being chopped into half......
Ryu-kan-sen : Dragon Wind-up Flash
This style involves just simply a swing at the opponent's neck when the user is beside the opponent.
This Skill has 3 variants (i don't know the Japanese form for the third):
My comments : imagine having your head chopped off....
Ryu-kan-sen - Tsumuji Dragon Wind-up Flash Twister :
Much more aggressive that the basic one, Tsumuji is executed in front of the enemy, targeting his throat.
Ryu-ken-sen - Arashi Dragon Wind-up Flash Storm :
A lot more aggressive than tsumuji, Arashi resembles that of ryu-tsui-sen, but the user performs a somersault on the spot and hits the opponent on the head/back of the neck.
Ryu-sho-sen : Stike of the Soaring Dragon
An opposite of ryu-tsui-sen, ryu-sho-sen involves a upward cut, aiming at the opponent's throat. The sword is helo by the left hand, with the right supporting the blade. The right hand serves as a support & also a push as the blade comes in contact with the opponent.
Due to its contradiction with ryu-tsui-sen, both ryu-sho-sen & ryu-tsui-sen can be used together.
My comments :
Ryu-tsui-sho-sen : this move combines both the ryu-sho-sen & ryu-tsui-sen into one continous strike, increasing the attack's power, doing more damage.
A normal ryu-tsui-sen would be executed first, then, once the opponent was hit, immediately execute ryu-sho-sen. With the increased momentum, and the double strike, the damage done could be twice of that of ryu-sho-sen & ryu-tsui-sen executed individually.
- ryu-sho-sen - talk about losing your head...
- ryu-tsui-sho-sen - pretty troublesome, but well worth it.