So here's an example of how you might respond if you came upon a situation where you had to defend against two swords.
So you can see distance and timing is very crucial in the execution of this type of movement.
It's very difficult to avoid an actual sword attack. It takes many, many years of training to actually avoid a real sword. It's not an easy thing to do, that's for sure.
The first attack comes in, you want to come in and parry with the back of your sword, right? Maybe ome down. And then you've got to give the second attacker a chance to come in, right? Without him here.
And from here, I'm more putting them together and joining them as one unit which is really my goal.
You've got to take multiple elements and combine them into one, essentially.