Dark Jedi Master Gen Zeridian
Invented by Head Master Gen Zeridian, Form G is clearly attuned
to take specific advantage of both her sexuality and her suggestive eyes,
which cause males to lower their defenses or weaken their attacks almost to
a standstill. Form G favors rhythmically balanced fluidic “dance” like movement
and the refined grace of Form II. Form “G” contains the defensive blaster
parrying attributes of Form III and the flawless timing of Form “V” with
a high support of agility and harmonious movements. Form “G” favors a one
handed approach but can also use two. One highly distinct attribute of Form
“G” is that the wielder holds consistent eye contact with their opponent’s
eyes and hand movements. This tactic is used to detect an opponent’s strategy
almost before it is even carried out, in a very disciplined “farseeing” manner.
In Form “G” the wielder holds their blade at a vertical angle,
pointing down with both hands on the lightsaber hilt, allowing a snap forward
sweep of the blade at first attack, with a rolling of the wrists, into a
180 spin, allowing the wielder an easy shield against an on coming sneak attack
while also adding power through their firmly grounded stance. In Form G three
quarters of the body is presented so that there is a minimum visual target
for an opponent to attack or track
With these advantages Gen Zeridian’s fighting style was fairly
unequaled in combat. However the drawback to Form G is that one must be focused
at all times to properly carry out its demanding and often taxing series
of movements, which are solely made to throw an opponent visually off balance.
Form G requires the highest of mastery in the Dark Jedi arts, it is not a
Jedi technique nor a Sith method. Form G relies on distraction and manipulation
over speed and power and does not draw upon the more malevolent powers of
the dark side.
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