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By juggjery on Dec 09, 2013 01:11 AM
Seung Pei Sao is the dual dagger technique of JowGa Kung Fu compelling Youtube vids are kind of hard to come by, mostly just slowspeed and/or student demonstrations.

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The only entry for double daggers currently listed in Wiktenauer is the uncaptioned Mathern Fechtbuch.

posted by zamboni at 1:50 PM on January 17

The second season of Spartacus has Saxa, female dual daggers, and The Egyptian, dual wielding, but no traditional daggers (though always small blade weapons). The other dual wielders, Spartacus and Gannicus, are using swords, but aren't the berzerk types, they are both shown as very agile and smart, and might work, too.

Li Mei, Mortal Kombat, dual sai?

posted by MinusCelsius at 1:52 PM on January 17 [1 favorite]

See the Assassin's Creed videogames. I know the two most recent iterations allow you to wield dual blades (sword and dagger, for example, not just twin hidden blades). I can't recall whether the older titles do. The fighting style is gorgeous.

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Belkar Bitterleaf from The Order of the Stick webcomic. Here's an awesomelooking reimagining of the character on DeviantArt.

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One of the leading characters from 80s British series "Robin of Sherwood" was Nasir, a saracen who fought with two swords. There seem to be a few videos on Youtube that show him fighting.

posted by NailsTheCat at 2:11 PM on January 17

"V," or Guy Fawkes, the (anti?)hero in "V for Vendetta" did some dualwielding with knives in the Wachowski movie version, at least. Particularly so in his faceoff against the Secret Police Chief and his flunkies in the last act, but also in other scenes, I'm pretty sure, such as his rescue of the heroine in an alley, and his attack on the TV station. Many of the knives were wielded and then thrown.

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