First, it takes a sense of courage and confidence to issue such a determined sound into the typical meek conflagration of unobtrusive sounds.
Second, a yell, roar, snarl, or perhaps even a growl, is likely to be unexpected by your opponent and if you do it with confidence, the move can plant the seeds of doubt in their mind, if it doesn’t unnerve them completely.
However, if you say, “If you don’t leave now, I’m gonna break your #*!
”If you mean it, you believe what you say and you say it with confidence, you are almost guaranteed to intimidate your potential attacker and possibly even send them packing.
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Logical Spiritualism Intimidation tactics are only intended for use when violence and direct physical conflict cannot be avoided.You’re not doing any violence towards anyone but yourself and yet, you may eliminate the need to fight by use of these outlandish scare tactics.It’s a virtual lock that if your potential attacker doesn’t turn tail and run outright, they will be confused, shaken and very much at risk of losing any physical confrontation with you, because you’ve already planted the seed of doubt in their head on two levels.You need to laugh, because it’s amusing someone would have the audacity to fight you and only you know how badly you’re about to hurt that person.”Okay, it’s unlikely that someone would actually do this, primarily because it’s easier and less painful to inflict damage on your opponent, but wouldn’t this be an interesting tactic for a pacifist?
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