...well, I did do Mantis for a while. (stupid dojo friggin' 2 hours there, and 4 hours back)
Abu did Aikido because I encouraged her to. (Ueshiba Morihei is an amazing man)
I was trained a bit on... (shush Naruto fans, go to your corner) Ninjutsu, and a bit of Nin-po.
I learned some Tai Chi from my bro. I trained myself on some Qui Gong. I studied some Hapkido and Jujutsu.
An old friend of mine did Tae Kwon Do. ( HAHAHAHAA!!! )
But I learned my interest and discipline in all those arts weren't as strong as they would be.
I believe it was because I was RARELY taught any spiritual sense by any teachers... and to me, that's more important.
... I created/creating Kitsune for myself.
To work with the way I fight and how my diet is.
To me, fighting is the same as all things. All things can say something about you, it can even say something about the other things you do.
I'm more of a meditator and a philosopher... and just the same as those, my fighting style is rather contemplative rather than aggressive.
...but... if I happen to get excited (Abu remembers being on the receiving-end of this) or extremely angry, I tend to... lose control.
I'm more of an animal when it comes to down-and-dirty fighting. Instinct and irrationality. (FYI: Like an animal, there's no such thing as a "fist" .... all claws and fangs baby! )