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  • n. Obsolete spelling of quillon.


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  • We did lots of work on the edge parry sequence with stringing the basic seven moves into a an alternating fourteen move sequence, and then adding a variety of options for the eighth attack as a killing denouemont - quillion strikes, grapples, throws, punches, disarms, dagger strikes and a good old fashioned sword thrust to the kidneys.

    Rapiers, sabres and sticks - oh my!

  • Fencing today was mostly about close measure techniques, so we've lots of fun with pommelling, quillion strikes, disarms and some nasty little wrist mangling tricks.

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  • Then he turned to glance at the knife and the quillion.

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  • Did you think I let you see the quillion in my office by accident?

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  • 'If this crystal really is quillion, and it would prove what she is, why wouldn't she hide it better?'

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  • When quillion is used to bleed the magic from a wizard, it glows orange with the power of his gift, his Han.

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  • The eyes glowed orange in the dim light, orange with the power of the gift it had absorbed from the quillion.

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  • But I wanted to see the quillion, so I waited around a corner, until the Sister came to her office.

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  • This time, the orange glow from the quillion brightened.

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  • When, and only when, all his magic has bled into the quillion, it will give off an orange glow.

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