Summary:Likely named after the Japanese words for “Darkness” and “Staff,” a martial art of blind-fighting.

Teams/Players: Two opponents.

Uniforms/Equipment: The Anbo Jyutsu uniform comprises light protective armor and a helmet with an opaque visor, often with Japanese stylings. A staff is used with a proximity sensor on one end and a padded cushion on the other.

Rules/Play: Sweeping blows to an opponent’s legs are one of the most common maneuvers. As players deepen their knowledge of the art, they attune more closely to the soft noises of the room, even using an opponent’s breathing to guess their position and points of vulnerability.

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