MEED (knife) is traditional armed combat with forearm-long objects such as knifes, hatchets or scythes.
Only few things are known about ancient Thai knife fighters, since they used to remain in the shadows and often fought concealed in enemy territory.
Armed with simple tool or household knifes they infiltrated the enemy’s positions and defeated him from within.
The specialty of MEED is the exploitation of the opponent’s weapons by turning them against the attacker or using random objects from the surrounding as improvised weapons.
In civil life MEED practitioners are usually unarmed, which is also part of their traditional codex.
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