see you across the sea bitches~ -- I've heard this expression before, except for the 'across the sea' part. It was used in a comedy movie called 'Blubberella' about a overweight woman who was a Damphir.
Did you take it from there or it just happened to cross your mind?
ask the guy who took bruce lee's one inch punch. the key flow that a well trained martial artist can use can bypass most conventional armor. just like with dragon armor for the US military, it can survive the explosion of a frag grenade at point blank, but the blast's shockwave would kill the wearer, same for a .50 call round
In a trailer he was standing straight up and jabbed at an armored plate (linked to when it happens) [link] Wheras Bruce Lee gets into a position where he can kinetic link his whole body into his fist. A very specialized, technically difficult and complex move that staggered his opponent but it still didn't knock him out.
depends on the biological atributes of Drell, they may not need the same kind of stances for kinetic link as humans due to muscle and bone structure. and the may have just dazed the guy in the armor enough to snap his neck
I don't think you understand what kinetic linking is. What Bruce Lee did, and what boxers (preferably) do, is when they push forward to deliver the blow, the kinetic energy starts from the feet and travel up their body (the momentum), down their arm and out their fist. tl;dr, all the energy to push their entire body forward is concentrated into their fist. If you weigh 80 kg and manage to link your momentum to your fist, you are looking at a lot of kinetic energy in a single spot. It got nothing to do with bone structure or muscles.
its the follow through, the energy that travels from the feet to the end of the fist. i get it. but biology does effect the amount of movement you do need. and its a freaking video game, the footage isn't even in the game play.
I'm pugnacious. and i wanted to make sure you weren't mindlessly criticizing. you know what you were talking about, but it detracted from the piece, just like our argument detracted from your point. just trying to give free lessons.