There is only one outcome if you decided to play dirty and pick a fight with Kenshiro with a weapon: You Are Already Dead. In Samurai Harem: Asu no Yoichi , when Yoichi has an early fight with Washizu, it starts out as a fist fight, which the former enjoys despite getting hit rather hard. Then Washizu pulls out a weapon in the manga, a knife. In the anime, a ridiculously oversized pair of boxing gloves resembling a spiked mace. In both versions, Yoichi destroys the weapon and berates Washizu for relying on those things instead of his own strength, and promptly beats him in one blow. In Outlaw Star , resident ass-kickers Suzuka and Aisha seem to regularly wipe out rooms of gun-wielding foes with nothing more than a wooden sword and bare hands, respectively.
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