In Ringeck and Pseudo-Peter von Danzig have a technique for breaking Alber, the Fool’s guard using the Scheitelhau. There is some dispute about how to do it, but the counter to this is explicitly described as kron.
The counter to kron is to wind the sword and thrust at the breast. This is where the section ends. But elsewhere we see this passage:
When you fence against him from low strikes or out of a strike, or stand against him in the guard named Fool, if he feints then with the sword onto yours as and when you so come forth, then stay low with your sword on his and lift upward, if he winds on the sword bringing his point at your face or chest, then don’t let him come off the sword and from there follow after him to work your point to the next opening.
— Pseudo-Peter von Danzig translated by Mike Rasmusson
Using this passage requires two assumptions.
- The Scheitelhau is used as a feint.
- Kron can be described as “stay low with your sword on his and lift upward”
If these assumptions hold true, the counter to kron is winding and the counter to that is your own winding.