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  • Combat Strategies
    • The Arashikage Mind-Set
        • Ninja conditioning trance that clears the mind of all distracting personal thoughts, and allows you to become a lethal machine (Issue #103 The Amazing Welkin) Ninja technique Snake-Eyes uses while strapped in to the brainwave scanner. (Issue #128 Winds of Change!)
    • Attack Formation Delta Niner
        • Topper and his crew engage the enemy using Attack formation Delta Niner.
    • Attack Pattern Omega
        • Federation attack plan. Sisko orders Attack Pattern Omega when attacking the Klingons. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior) Sisko orders Attack Pattern Omega attacking Jem'Hadar. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
    • Attack Pattern Sierra Four
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Basic Maneuver 88
        • After being thrown into an alien prison, Boimler testifies about being put on the spot on the bridge when he is asked for advice, and he suggested Basic Maneuver 88, which gets show down by the entire crew. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • The Bat
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • The Beatle
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • Beluga's Last Dive
        • Strategy that Tiger and Wolf employ while tracking down a hacker under the threat of an actual Y2K disaster at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Basically running really fast, Josh learns, nothing to do with Belugas. (Season 3 episode Haven is for Real)
    • Beta Nine
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Brain Freeze!
        • Wolf attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • The Bronco Buster / Viking Vag
        • Vicki Viking's wrestling move. (Season 1 episode Money's in the Chase)
    • Bullet Tornado
        • Also known as Man Sprinkler. Gunfight technique where two guys stand back-to-back with their guns drawn while they're surrounded by bad guys, move that Jake and Boyle want to use. (Season 4 episode The Last Ride)
    • Coma Lock
        • Patented wrestling move of World Class Wrestling's Professor Werner von Brawn. (Season 2 episode Bart the Daredevil)
    • The Crane
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • Crystal Amber Shield!
        • Tiger defense move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Cum Bucket!
        • Wolf attack move while saving Josh from Stu's men. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • Cum Whisk!
        • Wolf attack move while saving Josh from Stu's men. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • Delta Seven
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • The Devil's Claw
        • Danny identifies the bruises on Mr. Yang's neck, throat and shoulder as The Devil's Claw, an ancient technique taught in K'un-Lun that strikes the pressure points, carotid and subclavian arteries, an extremely difficult technique. (Season 2 episode Target: Iron Fist)
    • The Double Half Wappinger
        • One of Greg and Nathan's wrestling moves they made up, mentioned by Nathan's father, named after their home town. (Season 3 episode AKA The Double Half Wappinger)
    • Evasive Maneuver Pattern Delta
        • Sisko orders evasive maneuver pattern Delta while aboard the Mirror Universe version of the Defiant. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • The Five Point Palm Exploding Heart Technique
        • No description available
    • Fluffy Fingers
        • When Michael seeks Daryl's advice on how to handle Stanley's insubordination, Daryl tells him to tickle him. Daryl: "Well, see in the gang world, we use something called fluffy fingers. That's where if somebody really gets in your face, you know, just start tickling them. And he starts tickling you. You know, pretty soon you're laughing and hugging. Before you know it, you've forgotten the whole thing. Y'all can just go to church together and get an ice cream cone." (Season 4 episode Did I Stutter?)
    • Gelding Grip
        • Harry and the gang's childhood hero The Red Ranger had a secret gelding grip. (Season 5 episode Who Was that Mashed Man?)
    • Gut Knife!
        • Tiger attack move during assault on the Kronitorium guards. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Gut Punch!
        • Wolf attack move against the Killer Machine, which fails to harm his opponent. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • The Half Wappinger
        • One of Greg and Nathan's wrestling moves they made up, mentioned by Nathan's father, named after their home town. (Season 3 episode AKA The Double Half Wappinger)
    • The Hammer and Sickle
        • One of the new wrestling moves Ruth demonstrates as her new Russian persona Zoya the Destroya. (Season 1 episode This is One of those Moments)
    • The Horse
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • Hugging the Donkey
        • Maneuver that Lt. Gordon Malloy uses to survive a Krill destroyer attack on The Orville. (Season 1 episode Old Wounds)
    • Hyena's Whisper
        • Strategy that Tiger suggests as they enter The DieCathalon's Death Arena, and Wolf agrees, especially in an arena that size. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Hyperstrike
        • One of Roxie's attack moves in the video game Striking Vipers. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
    • Jiu Ryo Ki Kung-Fu
        • Jesse's fighting style, mentioned on his mySHOUT page that Skyler finds after star-69ing the phone number from the suspicious "AT&T telemarketing call" that Walt answered while they were eating, which was actually from Jesse, and then running a phone trace through Finder SPYder search engine: "General Interests: Fine herbage! Keeping in real, Jiu Ryo Ki Kung-Fu (Blue belt with shuriken certification) Banging the skins with my smokin band 'TwaughtHammer'. European motocross (plan to attend Wheelie School in Vegas this summer) MILFs, MILFs, MILFs, MILFs!" (Season 1 episode Cat's in the Bag…)
    • Joe-jitsu
        • Joe's personal style of jujitsu. "The 16 fold path to enlightenment." Obnoxious mouthing off is the cornerstone of Joe-jitsu. (Season 5 episode Padded Suit)
    • Keg Toss!
        • Wolf attack move during battle with the time cops at Iowa State University. (Season 3 episode Return of the Present)
    • Kimagure
        • New record added 8/2/2022
        • After being killed in Daredevil, Elektra Natchios is revived by blind martial arts master Stick. He teaches her the ancient art of Kimagure, which provides its practitioners with precognition as well as the ability to resurrect the dead.
    • Kiss of the Dragon
        • A puncture in the back of the neck that traps all the body's blood in the head, causing side effects of quadriplegia, bleeding from the head's orifices, and a painful death via a brain aneurysm.
    • The Lebanese Cannonball
        • Wrestler Beirut's signature move (Season 1 episode Money's in the Chase)
    • Lobster's Bluff
        • Strategy that Tiger and Wolf agree on as they enter The DieCathalon's Death Arena. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Millenium Falcon Maneuver
        • Technique that Hugh uses to escape detection with Bender by hiding beneath the boat, inspired by Han Solo's move in The Empire Strikes Back.
    • The Monkey
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • Nami-jitsu
        • New record added 7/28/2022
        • The secret technique from the Orient that the Major mentions.
    • N'yengoren Strategy
        • Strategy that Jadzia Dax: If we assume he has adequate defenses, a minimum of fifty guards, then we should use a N'yengoren strategy. (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Omega One
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Omnite
        • Logan, like all sandmen, is trained in Omnite, a martial art built from many others. "Each culture had evolved a method of personal combat. From Japan: jujitsu. From China: kempo and karate. From France: savate. From Greece: boxing and wrestling. The finest points of each art were combined in Omnite."
    • Pantak Jab
        • Peacekeeper hand-to-hand combat maneuver that can take someone down with one blow. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Paring Knife!
        • Wolf attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Pelican's Folly
        • 
Strategy that Wolf suggests as they enter The DieCathalon's Death Arena, but Tiger shoots down, on account the bionic pumas would sniff them out before they could hide enough rocks in their mouths. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
    • Pi Alpha Two
        • One of the evasive patterns that the crew calls out when Captain Pike asks for recommendations that will introduce randomness and chaos in order to prevent Control from anticipating the Discover's next move. Saru: Beta Nine, Admiral Cornwell: Pi Alpha Two, Burnham: Delta Seven, Owosekun: Omega One. (Season 2 episode Project Daedelus)
    • Picard Maneuver
        • Battle tactic invented by Starfleet Captain Jean-Luc Picard when in command of the U.S.S. Stargazer when it was attacked by a Ferengi vessel. (Season 1 episode The Battle)
        • Joke Dr. Jurati makes, before realizing there actually is a real Picard Maneuver, originally from Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Battle. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • Pike Maneuver
        • New record added 7/21/2022
        • Name dubbed by Ortegas to maneuver Captain Pike implements during a confrontation with the Gorn. (Season 2 episode Memento Mori)
    • Planet Sterilization Pattern Number Five
        • Commodore Oh's plan to destroy the synth planet Coppelius. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • Plush Rush
        • Name for an attack move that Ducky and Bunny propose in order to get the key to the cabinet where Forky is being kept in the Second Chance Antiques store.
    • The Potato Soup
        • One of the new wrestling moves Ruth demonstrates as her new Russian persona Zoya the Destroya. (Season 1 episode This is One of those Moments)
    • Puck Shot!
        • Wolf attack move during assault on the Kronitorium guards. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Radok Sien
        • Plan that Michael Burnham suggests using against dilithium raider Wen. Book comments that last time he got his nose broken and his face swelled up so much that his catGrudge refused to look at him for days. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • The Rat
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • The Riga Hammer
        • Superhero Captain Latvia's signature move, knocks enemies down instantly. (Season 4 episode Captain Latvia)
    • Rough Toilet Paper
        • One of the new wrestling moves Ruth demonstrates as her new Russian persona Zoya the Destroya. (Season 1 episode This is One of those Moments)
    • Sōsetsuken
        • The Lee brothers are characterized as successors of a fictional martial art known as Sōsetsuken, also known as Twin Sever Fist, which combines techniques from karate, tai chi and Shorinji Kempo.
    • Science Wand!
        • Wolf attack move during assault on the Kronitorium guards. (Season 1 episode A Date with Destiny)
    • Scorpion Formation
        • Secret battle tactic of the Arashikahe ninja clan, an unbeatable form, according to Firefly, but Snake Eyes beats it by taking out the tail. (Issue #133 Recon by Fire)
    • Scorvian Neural Strike
        • The fighting move that gives Matala away as a spy. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • The Stag
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • The Strawberry Basket
        • Nana Boyle's signature punch that Boyle uses in his boxing match with Terry, when they're fighting for Jake's tickets to the premier of the Kwazy Kupcakes movie - a dirty punch to the groin. (Season 7 episode Ding Dong)
    • Striking Cane Block!
        • Tiger defense move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Super Man Seat Grab Barrel Roll
        • New move Xander is working on.
    • Table Throw!
        • Tiger attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)
    • Temporal Pincer Movement
        • Andrei Sator had half his team moving forward through the event, monitoring them, and then attacking at the end, moving backwards, knowing everything.
    • The Tiger
        • Before fighting Cassandra's father, Jeff Wong, he says he knows all seven animal styles, then lists eight.
    • Tornado Fury
        • One of Roxie's attack moves in the video game Striking Vipers. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
    • Torque!
        • Wolf attack move while saving Josh from Stu's men. (Season 2 episode The Ballad of Pup-E Q. Barkington)
    • Tree Slam!
        • The Killer Machine attack move against Wolf. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
    • Vodka for Breakfast
        • One of the new wrestling moves Ruth demonstrates as her new Russian persona Zoya the Destroya. (Season 1 episode This is One of those Moments)
    • Vulcan Neck Pinch
        • Lone Star uses the Vulcan Nerve Pinch from Star Trek to render a Spaceball unconscious.
        • Spock's nerve pinch doesn't work on NBC executives. (Skit: Star Trek: The Last Voyage, Season 1 episode hosted by Elliott Gould) Spock saves a choking customer at Cap'n Kirk's, after the Enterprise gets turned into a restaurant. (Host William Shatner 12/20/86 Star Trek V: The Restaurant Enterprise)
        • When asked how he escaped from the psychiatric facility, if not with violence, Spock replies with, "I performed what is colloquially referred to as a Vulcan nerve pinch."
    • The Way of the Inner Anvil
        • Ninja trance state - a technique that mimics death, used by Snake-Eyes to "still his breath and heartbeat to the semblance of death itself" in order to fool Dr. Venom and escape from the Brainwave Scanner (Issue #10 A Nice Little Town Like Ours…)
    • The Windmill
        • Offensive maneuver Max uses to attack Jack Frost, Mr. James' new personal security consultant (Season 5 episode Stinkbutt)
    • Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner
        • Name for an attack move that Ducky and Bunny propose in order to get the key to the cabinet where Forky is being kept in the Second Chance Antiques store.
    • Wrist Bite!
        • Josh attack move during the fight with the Biotics at the Kronish Ball. (Season 1 episode Justice Desserts)

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