Warning: Plot details follow. Mal : We've done the impossible, and that makes us mighty. Mal: We're not gonna die.
Should I punch in a real life fight? This question has been asked in every martial arts studio the world over. With varying answers from each instructor.
We can't die, because We are just too pretty for God to let us die. Somebody on this boat has to make an honest living.
Human fingers curl in on themselves, the thumb folding over the outside. We attack, not with open hands, but with the force of the knuckles. We are advanced.
I'm trying to make a list of cards for which Maze of Mirrors actually provides a beneficial effect when it changes "Villain" to "Hero". The heroes, however, are swimming in them. You might get 5 or more points of damage to all non-hero targets with this power, which is a win even with the damage being redirected into your face. Updated Intel: Rarely do more than one or two villain cards enter play in a round.
I have never really been in a fistfight. I've had some schoolyard scuffles, sure, but never had to launch or dodge a closed-fist punch. I was reminded of this rather abruptly the other day, when I saw a friend of mine nearly get in a fistfight in a parking lot.
If you're lucky, you'll never have to defend yourself through physical violence. But if that time ever comes, or if you're ever enrolled in a Fight Club against your will, would you know what to do? You've seen punches thrown on TV plenty of times, but do you actually know how to throw one correctly?