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    Default Complementary Angle Techniques

    What are some of the archetypical SD techs that illustrate the idea of using a complementary angle to increase the effectiveness of your counter?

    A complementary angle is defined as a strike or a block that follows a path parallel to an attacking weapon, a defensive posture, or the contour of an attacker, or any other given line of attack. It sllows for clear entry to various desired target areas.

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    Default Re: Complementary Angle Techniques

    The off beats of Parting Wings comes to mind.

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