Transcriptions | Johannes Lecküchner | Winding

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If you want to fool him,
and you are lying below,
wind on the left, go through with winding,
strike, thrust and cut learn finding.
To the head, to the body,
whatever you wish, that work for.
In all the art,
feel for soft or hard.

Here the Master and Multiplier of Arts closes with the last piece and its properties. [Rep.v.] When you both have bound in the uneven displacement on your right side and you lie below his Messer, Indes wind your Messer to his opening on his left side and wave strongly at it. [Continued on next page]

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[Continued from previous page] It was said that you shall reach out for the opening a little. Let your Messer go through in front of your body from his left side to your left side swiftly and with a lowered point. Strike at his head on his right side or set your point into his face or chest.

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So if you lie on his right side and he as well on the same as before, Indes turn your Messer completely down beneath his Messer, letting your edge or flat touch his shoulder slightly on his right side. Indes let your Messer go through between both your sides or bodies with the point facing down and the true edge leading. Indes set the point to his chest or strike at his left ear with the back edge. Hold your Messer in front of your head and with the hilt over you at all times, letting the thumb rest on the downside flat of the Messer.

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When you lie on his Messer on his right side and he stands with the hanging point across, Indes wind the back edge onto his head strongly and let your hilt go up. If he wants to rush after with the displacement, Indes strike across to his ear on his right side with the back edge.

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