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  • Forest Crane (Sneaky, Careful)

    h3. Forest Crane Form Forest Crane stylists merge situational awareness, circular movements, and defensive posture to create a reactive style that uses the environment and an opponent’s own aggression against them. Forest Crane practitioners are among …

  • Forest Dragon (Sneaky, Flashy)

    h3. Forest Dragon Form Forest Dragon practitioners stand proud and powerful in the center of any situation, relying on their solid stances and powerful blocks and strikes to direct a conflict. They seek firm footing and advantageous positions, allowing …

  • Forest Monkey (Sneaky, Careful)

    h3. Forest Monkey Form To the Forest Monkey practitioner, everything in the field of battle is part of it. Walls provide springboards and striking surfaces to shove or push an opponent into. Common objects become distractions, impediments, and even …

  • Forest Phoenix (Sneaky, Clever)

    h3. Forest Phoenix Form Few can match the Forest Phoenix stylist for fluid defense and opportunistic attacks. Moving easily throughout any terrain, they use constant motion and evasion to keep opponents off-balance. Kicks, sweeps, nerve strikes, and …

  • Forest Serpent (Sneaky, Quick)

    h3. Forest Serpent Form Practitioners of Forest Serpent use speed and misdirection in ways that make them some of the cagiest fighters in the land. They will never commit to an action or position they cannot quickly retreat from and prefer to lure …

  • Forest Tiger (Sneaky, Forceful)

    h3. Forest Tiger Form Forest Tiger stylists are easily the most dangerous of the Forest styles, but among the most reserved of Tiger styles. They focus on situational defense and positioning, but only to set up an opponent for a deadly counterassault. …

  • Ghost Crane (Clever, Careful)

    h3. Ghost Crane Form Ghost Crane practitioners use sweeping movements that seem deceptively slow but are in fact swift and effective. This seeming weakness of their style creates gaps in their opponent’s attacks and defenses, who find themselves …

  • Ghost Dragon (Clever, Flashy)

    h3. Ghost Dragon Form More than nearly any other style, Ghost Dragon seeks to find a balance between physical and spiritual, attack and defense. Stylists use cautious but powerful strikes, locks, and sweeps combined with blocks and evasions that use no …

  • Ghost Monkey (Clever, Sneaky)

    h3. Ghost Monkey Form Ghost Monkey concentrates on the mastery of internal energies to augment the style’s acrobatic defenses and attacks. Pushes, feints, sweeps, and pressure point strikes hinder an attacker, making him easier to outmaneuver and …

  • Ghost Phoenix (Clever, Flashy)

    h3. Ghost Phoenix Form Ghost Phoenix practitioners embrace the transitory nature of battle, seeking ideal pathways for their attacks and defense. Observing foes closely, they align their movements with an opponent allowing them to deliver disabling …

  • Ghost Serpent (Clever, Quick)

    h3. Ghost Serpent Form Ghost Serpent practitioners are some of the most elusive, graceful, and unpredictable fighters. Their swift, smooth strikes slide past defenses to find vital points in an opponent and their subtle shifting dodges and blocks turn …

  • Ghost Tiger (Clever, Forceful)

    h3. Ghost Tiger Form Those who practice Ghost Tiger combine ruthless aggression and a finely honed fighting spirit into a deadly combination. Punishing kicks, punches, and open hand claw strikes to vital areas assault both their opponent’s bodies and …

  • Iron Crane (Forceful, Careful)

    h3. Iron Crane Form Iron Crane stylists are a strange mix of hard and soft, linear and circular movements. They remove many of the flourishes and distracting motions that accompany other Crane styles, preferring stripped-down, no-nonsense fighting that …

  • Iron Dragon (Forceful, Flashy)

    h3. Iron Dragon Form Iron Dragon stylists are some of the toughest fighters around. Eschewing fancy maneuvers for strong blows and hard blocks, the style favors taking lesser blows to open a foe up to a disabling lock or punishing strike. What the Iron …

  • Iron Monkey (Forceful, Sneaky)

    h3. Iron Monkey Form A mix of impressive circular defensive movements and linear striking techniques, Iron Monkey practitioners employ sweeping blocks and evasions that flow into potent kicks, punches, pushes, grabs, and open hand claws. To the …

  • Iron Phoenix (Forceful, Clever)

    h3. Iron Phoenix Form Favored by female warriors and those desiring a mix of power and maneuverability, Iron Phoenix provides a mixture of strong fundamental attacks and defenses and elaborate evasions and feints. Practitioners of this style seek to …

  • Iron Serpent (Forceful, Quick)

    h3. Iron Serpent Form Iron Serpent practitioners use power and speed to compensate for direct defense. They seek to end fights quickly with a series of quick jabs, kicks, and grabs that all have surprising power behind them. Evasion and blocking are …

  • Lightning Crane (Quick, Careful)

    h3. Lightning Crane Form Lightning Crane stylists rely on quick deflecting blocks and subtle but effective evasions executed quickly and without wasted energy. Attacks come in the form of quick hand strikes, low kicks, and the occasional sweep or throw …

  • Lightning Dragon (Quick, Flashy)

    h3. Lightning Dragon Form While many Kung Fu styles trade speed for power or power for speed, Lightning Dragon teaches practitioners to find power in speed. Twisting strikes and coiled movements generate fast movements that fuel strong attacks, with …

  • Lightning Monkey (Quick, Sneaky)

    h3. Lightning Monkey Form Lightning Monkey practitioners use their agility and speed to provide alarming attacks and frenetic defense. Each movement flows into another with incredible swiftness. Rolling evasions become quick strikes which transform …

  • Lightning Phoenix (Quick, Clever)

    h3. Lightning Phoenix Form Lightning Phoenix stylists understand that mobility grants opportunity and victory. Using evasion, sweeps, and circular strikes they create new avenues of attack and retreat exploitable by swift strikes and sudden movements. …

  • Lightning Serpent (Quick, Sneaky)

    Lightning Serpent Form There are no faster fighters than the Lightning Serpent practitioner. Favoring speed above all else, stylists train to be fast on attack, fast on defense, and fast to gain and give ground. Jabs and swift kicks are key to wearing …

  • Lightning Tiger (Quick, Forceful)

    h3. Lightning Tiger Form Lightning Tiger practitioners learn that fast movement and powerful attacks dominate a battleground. Mixing quick close attacks and leaping or rushing distance strikes, this style forgoes elaborate defenses in favor of simply …

  • Stone Crane (Careful, Clever)

    h3. Stone Crane Form One of the most defensively solid styles, Stone Crane relies on solid stances and limiting an opponent’s ability to attack. Practitioners use blocks, circular evasion, locks, and pressure point strikes to avoid attacks and hinder …

  • Stone Dragon (Careful, Flashy)

    h3. Stone Dragon Form Stone Dragon stylists favor power and defense, using a foundation of strong defensive stances and blocks to protect from opponents. On attack, they are careful not to overcommit and use sweeps, low kicks, and short-ranged strikes …

  • Stone Monkey (Careful, Flashy)

    h3. Stone Monkey Form The most static and conservative of the Monkey styles, Stone Monkey practitioners rely on balance and precision to win the day. Thrusting kicks, punches, and claw-like strikes are delivered with solid force that nevertheless does …

  • Stone Phoenix (Careful,Clever)

    h3. Stone Phoenix Form Viewing the earthen element of their style as more philosophical and spirituals, Stone Phoenix practitioners are easily the most mobile of the Stone styles. Stylists use retreating movements and circular evasions to add …

  • Stone Serpent(Careful,Quick)

    h3. Stone Serpent Form Stone Serpent stylists stand their ground as much as possible while still slipping and moving to avoid various blows. Attacks are straightforward and quick, with locks, grapples, and disabling strikes being common. This is not to …

  • Stone Tiger (Careful, Forceful)

    h3. Stone Tiger Form Stone Tiger practitioners meld solid defenses and aggressive attacks into an erratic but effective style. There are few movements in Stone Tiger that are not designed to block a blow or crush an opponent, making it a disconcerting …

  • Storm Crane (Flashy,careful)

    h3. Storm Crane Form One of the most fluid and adaptable of styles, Storm Crane favors soft deflecting defenses mixed with circular redirection of momentum leading to attacks. Practitioners use their superior balance to turn dodges and blocks into …

  • Storm Dragon (Flashy,Forceful)

    h3. Storm Dragon Form Practitioners of Storm Dragon Kung Fu devote themselves to balancing attack and defense, persistence and restraint. Flowing, fluid defenses lead into strong kicks and fist techniques and locks, throws, and holds let the Stylist …

  • Storm Monkey (Flashy,Sneaky)

    h3. Storm Monkey Form Always in motion, Storm Monkey practitioners strive to be everywhere opponents are not. Rolls, controlled falls, and dodges help the stylist flow around incoming attacks. Punches, kicks, and sweeps are delivered with acrobatic …

  • Storm Phoenix (Flashy,Clever)

    h3. Storm Phoenix Form Often seen as a feminine style even among the Phoenix styles for its grace and reliance on maneuverability, Storm Phoenix stylists are nevertheless found among men, women, and eunuchs. Acrobatic strikes and dodges flow into low …

  • Storm Serpent (Flashy,Quick)

    h3. Storm Serpent Form Storm Serpent style users prize flexibility and speed over all. Using swift strikes, twisting locks, and nerve strikes they seek to slow opponents to better exploit their weaknesses. Practitioners are cautious not to overcommit …

  • Storm Tiger (Flashy, Forceful)

    h3. Storm Tiger Form Storm Tiger practitioners learn to direct and employ force and energy against their foes in a number of ways to keep them off balance and operating at diminished strength. Pushes, nerve strikes, disabling claw hand strikes, sweeps, …

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