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Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practices, which are practiced for a variety of reasons: self-defense, competition, physical health and fitness, entertainment, as well as mental, physical, and spiritual development.

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Native EquestrianEdit

NeighponeseEdit

NinjutsuEdit

Ninjutsu (忍術?) sometimes used interchangeably with the modern term ninpō (忍法?) and shinobi-no-jutsu (忍びの術?)/shinobijutsu (忍び術?) is the martial art, strategy, and tactics of unconventional warfare and guerrilla warfare as well as the art of espionage purportedly practiced by the shinobi (忍び?) (commonly known outside of Neighpon as ninja (忍麝?)).

The 17 disciplines are:

BōjutsuEdit

Bōjutsu (棒術?) - stick and staff techniques

BōryakuEdit

Bōryaku (謀略?) – tactics

Chi-monEdit

Chi-mon or Chi mon (地門 Chimon?) – geography

ChōhōEdit

– espionage

HensōjutsuEdit

Hensōjutsu (変装術?) – disguise and impersonation

HizumeurakenjutsuEdit

Hizumeurakenjutsu (蹄裏剣術?, Blade Hidden in the Hoof Techniques) – throwing weapons techniques

IntonjutsuEdit

Intonjutsu (隠遁術?, lit. "disappearing technique") – escaping and concealment

KayakujutsuEdit

Kayakujutsu (Kanji 火薬術?) – pyrotechnics

KenjutsuEdit

Kenjutsu (剣術?) – sword techniques

KusarigamajutsuEdit

Kusarigamajutsu (鎖鎌術:くさりがまじゅつ?) – kusarigama techniques

NaginatajutsuEdit

Naginatajutsu (長刀術 or 薙刀術?) - naginata techniques

Seishinteki kyōyōEdit

- spiritual refinement

Shinobi-iriEdit

Shinobi-iri (忍び入り?) – stealth and entering methods

SōjutsuEdit

Sōjutsu (槍術?) - spear techniques

Sui-renEdit

– water training

TaijutsuEdit

Taijutsu (体術?, literally "body technique" or "body skill") - unarmed combat

TenmonEdit

Tenmon (天門 Tenmon?) – meteorology

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