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Old 03-15-2015, 08:32 AM   #2
DouglasCole
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Default Re: Interpreting a grappling move

Figure 1: The attacker has established a grapple on the foe's right arm and torso. It also looks like he's got the defender in a compromised position. In TG that would be the equivalent of achieving a side position.

Figure 2: I believe the attacker is attempting to intimidate any that might be watching by disco dancing.

Figure 3: The attacker spends Control Points to force a posture change, dropping the defender to face up.
Edit: Force Posture Change is TG-speak for a takedown

Figure 4: The attacker maintains his grapple on the arm.
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