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Welcome to the Huaquandao style project!!
Welcome to my second moveset project. I have been putting this on hold for quite some time and now I have FINALLY got around to doing it. The purpose of this one is to see how the Hana Hana no Mi can be used when combined with Chinese martial arts (a.k.a Kung fu or Wushu) Before we start, let it be clear that this project is not about Nico Robin, only the devil fruit. Just wanna get that out there. However, I am going to refer to the user as Robin for simplicity sake. As for the style, here's a description:
Huaquandao (meaning “Way of the Blossoming Fist”) is a fighting style that combines Chinese martial arts with the powerful abilities of the Hana Hana no Mi. It is a multi-style fighting system that is mainly made for dealing with multiple enemies, with various sub-styles of its own.
Now that we got that out of the way, here's the list:
WARNING: The list is a little messy right now, just letting you all know.
Like the Rokushiki Robin project, this project has been moved to Google Docs for more space as well as so I can edit it in one place instead of editing it in multiple places which was a pain in the ass tbh.
Click here to see the movelist
As usual, the list will be updated every now and then. Also as usual, you guys are welcome to help me out if you like, such as come up with more attacks, better names, ideas, explanations or what not. I would really appreciate it big time tbh since I don't think I can do this one by myself at all. lol
For more info on chinese martial arts, go here or here
Last edited by Shojin; May 10, 2014 at 05:12 AM.
Nico Robin is my favorite mate of the Mugiwara crew, and I have long enjoyed reading your fanfics that explore her powers in greater detail.
I'm not very good with names or Chinese martial arts, but if I think of any names, I'll be sure to post them. Good luck with this!
^Thanks, I'll do my best! ^_^
More techniques added in the Chè Yídòng Mùshì section!
More techniques added in the Chè Yídòng Mùshì section!
Once again, More techniques added in the Chè Yídòng Mùshì section (Geez, I really gotta make some techiques for the other two sections-_-). Also, I've added a link to a playlist of vids for reference.
Added a new sub-style in the Chè Yídòng Mùshì section: SPIDER!!
Last edited by Shojin; February 23, 2011 at 10:40 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Made some adjustments to the movelist, along with adding a new section, the Sub-styles section, as well as a new icon (F) which indicates a technique that can be use for feinting. ^_^
Also, more techniques have been added in the Chè Yídòng Mùshì section, along with FINALLY adding a technique in the Hōnghōng Zǔhéshì section, with two of them being influenced from a 1993 martial arts movie called "Last hero in China".
Last edited by Shojin; August 30, 2011 at 11:15 PM.
Made some major changes to the moveset with the main forms now being five instead of three.
Chè Yídòng Mùshì (Sprouting Mobile Tree form) - In this form, Robin fights using the extra limbs connected to her own body in conjunction with his/her real limbs while she is constantly moving, with her body being the “tree”, her arms being the "branches", her legs being the “roots”, and the sprouted copies of her arms and legs being the “flowers”. Mainly used for offensive close combat.
Chè Zhāshi Mùshì (Sprouting Sturdy Tree form) - A form that is similar to Chè Yídòng Mùshì, only instead of moving, Robin remains perfectly still as an actual tree while staying on her gaurd trying to particapate her foes' attacks. Another main difference being that in this form, Robin's sprouted limbs usually do the blocking and parrying while her real limbs usually do the countering. Strictly used only for defensive close combat.
Feixing Mushi (Flying tree form) - In this form, Robin fights while in Wings form. The techniques in this form mainly constists of swift aerial and diving attacks. Mainly used for aerial combat.
Chè Cāozòng Shì (Sprouting Manipulative Seed form) - In this form, Robin (the seed) fights from a safe distance using only the copies of her limbs (the flowers) to attack her enemies, similar to when using the Hana Hana no mai normally, only instead of using it for typical submission holds, Robin uses Chinese martial arts techniques (mainly Qinna and Dim Mak techniques) to subdue her enemies. Mainly used for mid to long range combat.
Hōnghōng Zǔhéshì (Blooming combination form) - In this form, Robin fights with a mixed form of the other 4 forms.
Just got done translating almost all the styles and techniques to chinese. Although I doubt they are 100% accurate, but they'll do for now.
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4 techniques added! 3 in the Chè Yídòng Mùshì section and 1 in the Chè Zhāshi Mùshì!
Also, there is a new unnamed style in the Sub-styles section!Quote:
Omg, how long has it been since I did any updates to this project? 2 years perhaps?
Anyway guys, I'm finally back and I got something to show you all! Remember that one drawing that I did back in 2007?
Well It's about to get an upgrade so it could be used as the the new title art for the project, redone by Scruffyronin!
Here's the preview:
Full version coming soon, plus new technique additions after so long!