Apr
12

“Penetrate the Soft and Absorb Force,” by Nev Sagiba

Before the sporty mindset ever entered into the consciousness of man, battle was a strategic event which required killing the opponent. Killing is hard work as no-one dies easily. Unlike the movies appear to portray, battles lasted for a few hours and then withdrawal to rest and refresh became necessary in-between waves of activity, unless the resources could afford to work in shifts, as did for example the Roman Empire’s killing machine used for invasion…

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