>>2647>shoot the bastard until he stops coming.
Yep! Using the best specialized tools available is always preferred.
More options, and a higher ability to do the things needed. It also means training in the use of the tool. All of them, and that induces you.>that the fight is only going to be one on one, and that there are rules.
Fake punk ass martial arts do that, even some with good intentions.
It all boils down to two things.
How do I make things worse for the opponent(s)?
And how do I make things better for myself (and possibly allies)?>because there's already going to be a dozen or more of them tap-dancing on your face while you try to apply that neat submission hold Sifu taught you back in the kwoon while you were getting that Purple Belt.
Mhmm. If you haven't already won before the conflict even had a hint of starting, you probably have lost.
You need to be intelligently ruthless. Have it honed into your very being.
In the worst situation, having your body on you at all times as your weapon is good. Better than not having anything.
The first thing is to attain better tools needed, a way out, or a way to your allies.
Tools of war are a force multiplier. A really big force multiplier.>For dozens of foes
I'd recommend Bagua. Basicly turning your body into an imitation of a tank. Also walking better is always nice. Having your hips assist is cool.
Also cheat and use the environment to your advantage.>Armed dozens of foes
GTFO, and don't let them get their attention on you.
Speaking of running away in style parkour or free running opens up more escape options, and options of entry.