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As seen in Final Fantasy Tactics, hamedo comes from the Japanese hame (panel) and do (counter). In the game, characters fight each other from panels (squares on a map), and a hamedo is the ability to counter attack before a person in an adjacent panel can attack.
He tried to stab me, but I gave him the hamedo first.
#japanese #martial arts #video games #final fantasy #fighting
by bagodix November 19, 2013
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