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    #1

    Cool flicking wide

    In this sentence:

    He flicks his blades (swords) wide?

    What does it mean?

    Maybe that he hits with the wide of the swords blade."

    Thanks for any help


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    #2

    Re: flicking wide

    You need to give context again. Is this person holding one - two -three- more swords? What is he doing??

    Are his swords broadswords or rapiers?

    What might he be doing if he flicks them?

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