"During WWII it was discovered that the spitfire could turn more quickly than the ME109 as even though it did larger arc turns it did so with greater airspeed due to more efficient lower drag elliptical wings. Turning tightly is not always the fastest way to turn, it uses more energy. Of course if anything gets in the way of the fast moving blade during a turn it is going to be damaged a lot more than by a slowly moving stalled blade attempting a tight turn, and that is no doubt a bonus when 'hedge trimming' a wall of opponents." Functional poetry. Roy plays with swords (metal music on for sure), dreaming of 'hedge trimming' long lines of illuminati, and creates a new fin. Classic.