The breaking of joints and crushing of bones are the hallmarks of the Maula Kae. Its students have learned that many so-called warriors become frightened children when relieved of their weapons or shown just how many weaknesses their bodies possess. Though weapons have their uses, most Maula Kae practitioners forgo them in favor of the more primitive and brutal combat to be found in a grapple.


Maula Kae was originally the wrestling style of the goliaths. For many years, the goliaths had no need to name it, but, when others began to learn it, those races insisted that the style and its attacks needed names and those below are what has evolved to fill that need.

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