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Its not like you can see anything in the water around here anyway.
 

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Closed. Its not that I don't want to know what's happening around me. Its that I don't want my lids peeled back or flush my eyeballs. In most situations I know what is happening around me. And if my eyes are open murky waters and white water would limit what I do see. So i say "might as well keep em closed."
 

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closed for combat roll, open for practice rolls

I usually have them closed during a combat roll as instinct is to close my eyes when I hit the water. I open my eyes when I practice in flatwater. I like to see my setup and the blade to make sure that I am rolling correctly. I have opened them up before doing combat rolls after I miss one and want to make sure that I can get it.
 

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I find it helpful to keep one eye open and one eye closed when rolling. Which eye is open and which is closed depends on which side I'm rolling on.
 

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Closed, its not like you can do anything upside down anyway.

I tend to close my eyes and worry about getting the heck out of the water. I think a river trip looking down at the water is a lot more fun. What can you do if you do see something hairy?
 
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