MEED – traditional knife fighting
MEED (knife) is traditional armed combat with forearm-length objects such as knives, axes or sickles.
Only a few things are known about the ancient Pahuyuth knife warriors, as they preferred to move in the shadows and operated covertly behind enemy lines. They often carried only simple hand or tool knives, which enabled them to infiltrate enemy positions and defeat the enemy from the inside.
The specialty of MEED is to turn the opponent’s weapons him him or use random objects from the environment as improvised weapons. For this reason, MEED-warriors in civilian life are usually unarmed, which is also part of their traditionally handed-down shadow warrior codex.
„Knives are like the claws of a predator and not like the sting of a bee.“