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    Default 9-Yin manual = all kinds of martial arts ??

    my online friend found out this sentence:

    "The ‘Nine Yin Manual’ contained all kinds of martial arts techniques; therefore, it was more than enough for Yang Guo to defend himself. If Yang Guo wanted to defeat Zhou Botong, it would be no easy task; but now that he’s just concentrating on defending, Zhou was not able to do anything to him"


    source: wuxiasociety.com/return-condor-heroes-chapter-34/14/




    i feel that this sentence is so awkward and questionable, how could it possible that 9 yin contains all kinds of martial arts with only 2 volumes of book?

    please share your opinion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post
    my online friend found out this sentence:

    "The ‘Nine Yin Manual’ contained all kinds of martial arts techniques; therefore, it was more than enough for Yang Guo to defend himself. If Yang Guo wanted to defeat Zhou Botong, it would be no easy task; but now that he’s just concentrating on defending, Zhou was not able to do anything to him"


    source: wuxiasociety.com/return-condor-heroes-chapter-34/14/




    i feel that this sentence is so awkward and questionable, how could it possible that 9 yin contains all kinds of martial arts with only 2 volumes of book?

    please share your opinion...
    Nice post..
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    On the sideline Guo Jing was watching with full attention; whether it was an attack or a defense, every single one was a wonderful move, beyond his wildest imagination. The Nine Yin Manual contained the deepest martial arts theory in the world: whether it be internal or external energy cultivation, bare hands or swordplay, all kinds of the most profound martial arts imaginable. After Guo Jing memorized the content by heart – although he did not understand every single one of them, those theories were actually ingrained in his brain. Now he watched those two combatants exchanging exquisite moves, those theories came flooding back into his mind, forming a fuzzy shadow in his brain.

    Early on he listened to Huang Yaoshi and Ouyang Feng’s flute versus zither battle. That was an invisible internal energy battle; extremely difficult to clearly see their relation with the theory in the manual. This time the battle was using fists and kicks, much easier to perceive. In his delight, his heart was itching to try what he had seen.

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