Dustin Reagan wrote:
Darijan R. wrote:M's Ablaufen is a passive Moulinet where he attacks and you void and attack yourself (you let it run off). M's (Umb)schnappen became a similar action but the attacking edge is changed (basically Twerhaue in the vertial plain.
Thanks, Darijan. That is very similar to how I interpreted Ablaufen. However, I don't think that it's required that he is attacking you (or vice-versa). Instead, this is just a handwork that one can do from a bind that is about to occur.
To do Ablaufen
, you need his sword. You also need it to be directed strongly towards you or somewhere else. If you pre
-disengage you are doing Zucken
means to let it run off with a strong link to "water (river, rain etc.) running off". Something that ain't there, can not run off.
How do you see Umbschlagen? I personally see it as basically Twerhaue to the other side, with the short edge or flat (flick) in the horizontal plane.
(striking over (to the other side)) is the general principle of changing attacks from inwendig
(inside to outside) and can be done with Oberhau
attacks as well as others like, as you correctly mentioned, the Schneller
(flick). It is often used to describe what is happening while another technique is used: Wenn du mit der Twer umb schlägst
(as phrase often seen in Meyer) -> When you with the Twer