T'gara

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T'gara is a script that is available on some erithian weaponry, such as a katana.

Verb Traps

VERB FIRST THIRD
RUB You reverently lay your katana across both palms and bow to it. You weigh it within your hands for a moment then grasp it with one hand and sight down its length, carefully assessing it. Satisfied, you nod and return it to your side. XXX reverently lays her katana across both palms and bows to it. She weighs it within her hands for a moment then grasps it with one hand and sights down its length, carefully assessing it. Satisfied, she nods and returns it to her side.
TURN Slipping into a back stance, you hold your katana with both hands at an angle above your left shoulder. With precision-perfect grace you move the blade into a gentle arc through the air while taking an enormous step forward and end the move with the blade resting by scant inches above your right shoulder. Slipping into a back stance, XXX holds her katana with both hands at an angle above her left shoulder. With precision-perfect grace she moves the blade into a gentle arc through the air while taking an enormous step forward and ends the move with the blade resting by scant inches above her right shoulder.
WAVE You raise your katana overhead and then launch a vicious slash downward, pulling the blade back up, then slash in the other direction. XXX raises her katana overhead and then launches a vicious slash downward, pulling blade back up, then slashes in the other direction.
RAISE Moving into a back stance, with your front leg straight while resting your weight upon your back leg, you raise your katana so that it is parallel to your right cheek. Ever so slowly, as you release a steady breath, you move your left hand, with only two fingers raised, across the length of the blade and hold the position with perfect poise Moving into a back stance, with her front leg straight while resting her weight upon her back leg, XXX raises her katana so that it is parallel to her right cheek. Ever so slowly, as she releases a steady breath, she moves her left hand, with only two fingers raised, across the length of the blade and holds the position with perfect poise.